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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIGSTON BURN Craigston Burn Mr. Ledingham
Mr. George Ironside
Mr. William Hay
A burn; part of which separates this parish from that of "King Edwd. [Edward]" and passes through "Craigston Domesne"
SCHOOL [Boys and Girls] School
(Boys and Girls)
Mr Ledingham
Mr George Ironside
Mr William Hay
011 A government School which is also in the receipt of Local Emoluments Viz. Heritors contributions and Childrens fees. The property of Lord Fife.
Site of ST JOHN'S WELL St. John's Well
(site of)
Mr Ledingham
Mr George Ironside
Mr William Hay
New Statistical Account
011 The Site of a Well which was closed up about 15 years ago. It was Known by the name "St. John's Well" but the origin of the name is not Known. On the property of Lord Fife

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[page] 9
County of Aberdeen. Parish of Turriff.

Note: [page signed by] Robert Kane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]

Note: Craigston Burn -- See 'p' for description.

Note: "There are other wells which are called Saints wells, as one at Slap, Known by the name of St. John's Well, vide New Statistical Account p [page] 983.

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