List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Back Moss
Back Moss
Mr Alexander Coutts. Old Balgove
Mr George Chalmers Oldtown
Mr Robert Scorgie Ironbrae
037 A portion of rough ground so called, used as a peat-moss. but a portion of it has been reclaimed and brought under cultivation from time to time, and a dwelling house or Croft etc. erected thereon or adjacent which is called Blackmoss or Croft of Blackmoss
Valuation Roll 1859-60
A.F. Douglas. Esqr. Factor
Mr Robert Scorgie Tenant
037 An ordinary farm house with offices garden etc attached known by this name, the property of The Right Hon. [Honourable] The Earl of Aberdeen
SCHOOL [nr Ironbrae] School
Mr Robert Scorgie
Mr Alexander Coutts
Mr John Smith Builder
037 A small building used as a School until very recently, with a house and garden etc for the Schoolmaster etc. The building is now in such a dilapidated state, that the school at present is given up but it is intended to erect a new one here soon The school is altogether on the master's own adventure, but The Earl of Aberdeen grants the house etc free, or the ground and site of the same.

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