List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TEMPLE BRAE Temple Brae Mr T Lawrence High Street Turriff
Revd. [Reverend] T Duncan Aberdeen
William Gould High St. Turriff
011 A small ridge of steep ground lying on the south side of Castle Street, now used as vegetable gardens by the inhabitants of Turriff, it is supposed to have been owned by the Knights Templars who had an establishment her in the 13th century. "Hence the name".
TOWN HALL [Turriff] Town Hall Mr. T Lawrence High St. Turriff
Revd [Reverend] T Duncan Aberdeen
William Gould High Street Turriff
011 A large and commodious building, situated in Castle Street, a portion of it is used as a private school, it is supposed to occupy the site of an old Castle, known by the name of "Castle Rainy" (over)

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County of Aberdeen. Parish of Turriff.

Note: [page signed by] John Bucklow Lce. Corpl. [Lance Corporal] R.E. [Royal Engineers]

Note: "Town Hall on site of Castle Rainy"

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The place entry is written "TOWN HALL on site of CASTLE RAINY"

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