List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COWAN DEN Cowan Den Geoge Robertson Turriff
James Webster Balmellie
Alexander Webster Balmellie
011 A small Gully, a part of which is used as a vegetable garden, it is situated about half a Mile on the Eastside of the Town of Turriff, and is the property of the Right Hon. [Honourable] Earl of Fife.
This Den is supposed to have been one of the boundaries of a certain portion of land given by James 2nd to the prebendary of Turriff. The name is a corruption of St. Congan, the patron Saint of the Ph. [Parish]
Note: [initialled J. B. John Bucklow]
BRICK AND TILE WORKS [Turriff] Brick and Tile Works Mr. Wallace Tenant
George Robertson, Turriff
James Scott Turriff
011 The Kiln of this work is almost in Ruins, but it is still in use, there are six Men regularly employed in it, the Clay used is said to be very good, it is brought from the Clay pit. Situated near to the Market Ground, they are about Forty Chains Appart.
PANTON HOUSE Panton House William MacKay, Tenant
Mr. Angus Turriff
Mr. Wallace Turriff
011 A nice Dwelling House Situated on the South side of Fife Street. Garden Attached, and is well Known by this Name.

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County of Aberdeen. Parish of Turriff.

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