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GASK HOUSE Gask House William Florence Silverwells
James Dingwall Oldmill
James Morrison Maryfield
019 A handsome and commodious house; with Farm Steading and garden attached; in good repair; formerly occupied, as a hunting Seat, by one of the Earls of Kintore. The property of the Earl of Fife.

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County of Aberdeen: Parish of Turriff

Note: [page signed by] George Rose Civilian Assistant

Note: Gask House - additional information supplied by Final Examiner on reference to this field:- The date of the erection of this
house cannot be ascertained, it is comparitively modern, with no architectural features suggestive of it's date, it is supposed to have been erected about the 14th Century. It formerly belonged to the Forbeses, and was afterwards occupied for four years by the late Lord Kintore as a hunting seat.

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