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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EASTER KINCLUNE Easter Kinclune
Easter Kinclune
Easter Kinclune
Valuation Roll
Mr. Thomas Ellis Occupier
Mr. J Henderson Wester Kinclune
061 A farmsteading consisting of dwellinghouse offices and garden the property of Carlos Pedro Gordon Esq Wardhouse, Kennethmont Ph. [Parish] Aberdeenshire
FICHLIE Fichlie
Fichlie
Fichlie
Valuation Roll
Mr. Gordon Occupier
Mr. Ellis
061 A large farmsteading consisting of dwellinghouses offices & garden the property of C.P. Gordon Esq of Wardhouse.
PEEL OF FICHLIE Peel of Fichlie
Peel of Fichlie
Peel of Fichlie
Mr. P Gordon Fichlie
Mr. Ellis
Mr. Henderson
061 The Statistical account of 1843 says, with reference to this Antiquity, "At Fechly, is a Mound upwards of 60 feet high and surrounded by a fosse, partly natural, partly artificial, breadth from 12 to 41 feet, and depth from 8 to 35 feet, the breadth of the Mound on the summit is 127 feet by 200 feet on which are the remains of a vitrified tower."
A present owing to the cultivation of the ground and even of the Mound itself this description scarcely answers. No local information Can be had respecting it. When examines it was under corn.
FOSSE [Peel of Fichlie] Fosse
Fosse
Collections of the Shires
Statistical Account
061 The Statistical account of 1843 says, with reference to this Antiquity, "At Fechly, is a Mound upwards of 60 feet high and surrounded by a fosse, partly natural, partly artificial, breadth from 12 to 41 feet, and depth from 8 to 35 feet, the breadth of the Mound on the summit is 127 feet by 200 feet on which are the remains of a vitrified tower." A present owing to the cultivation of the ground and even of the Mound itself this description scarcely answers. No local information Can be had respecting it. When examines it was under corn.

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Parish of Towie

Note: Peel of Fichlie -- Peel, a place of strength (Jamieson)

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