List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Chapelpark Wood
Chapelpark Wood
Mr. John McBean, Gamekeeper
Mr. Alexander Burnett, Wedderlairs
Mr. J Mackie, Chapelpark
037 This name applies to a narrow belt of plantation and extending in length from the Burn of Keithfield to the Brainjohn Wood. The name is derived from the farm so called near which it extends.
BACKHILL OF COURTSTONE Backhill of Courtstone
Backhill of Courtstone
Backhill of Courtstone
John Hepburn Esq. Surveyor
Mr Adam Smith Tenant
Mr Forbes Angus Tenant
037 This name applies to Three ordinary Cottages or Crofts with outhouses, gardens & a few acres of land each. This was formerly part of the farm of Courtstone, from which it is named.
Valuation Roll 1859-60
A.F Douglass Esq Factor
Mr. I. Scrogie Tenant
037 A good farm house with offices garden etc attached, formerly there was an old house stood about here, at the end of which there was a shelving or projecting stone, sometimes used as a seat, and commonly called the Courting Stone, which was the origin of the present name Courtstone.

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Parish of Tarves

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I believe that both J Mackie in Chapelpark and I. Scrogie of Courtstone should end with an e and not an r

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GreenflyNZ, EAS, Lochaberlass

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