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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HILL OF TURLUNDIE Hill of Torlundie

Hill of Turlunide

Hill of Turlundie
Hill of Turlundie
"Buchan" by the Rev. [Reverend] J.B. Pratt M.A. [Master of Arts]
Mr. Alexander Mackay Ground Officer Greenspeck
Mr. G. Rattray, Turlundie Cottage
Mr. F. Brown Church Street
006 An eminence of Considerable height and prominence overlooking the village of New Pitsligo. It is mostly cultivated and forms one of the principle features in the district.
NEW PITSLIGO New Pitsligo
New Pitsligo
New Pitsligo
New Statistical Account
Mr. Chivas, Banker & Factor
Mr. G. Brown High Street
006 A village of considerable extent, situated near southern extremity of the Parish of Tyrie. It is chiefly comprised of two streets running partallel along the eastern slope of the Hill of Torlundie. The principal buildings are the Quoad Sacra, Congregational and Free Churches, Episcopal Chapel and School. About centre of the High Street is a commodious market Place, where markets are held four times during the year, here is the Commercial Inn. The streets High and Low are repaired by the County Road Commissioners, the remainder, lanes and side walks, by the feuars of the various properties. The schools are the Episcopal, and Side Parochial. A branch of the Union Bank of Scotland is situate in High Street, a little further north is the Post Office. The Gas Works, Poorhouse, Police Station and Free Church are situate in Low Street. The feus are held under perpetual lease.
Post Office Post Office A branch of the Union Bank of Scotland is situate in High Street, a little further north is the Post Office.
Gas Works Gas Works The Gas Works, Poorhouse, Police Station and Free Church are situate in Low Street. The feus are held under perpetual lease.

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