List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST JOHN'S WELL St John's Well
St John's Well
St John's Well
Mr James Andrew. Chapeltown.
Mr A Andrew Chapeltown
Dr [Doctor] Adamson Hazelbrae.
022.06 A copious Spring of pure water, on the left bank of the river Deveron, Situated in the vacinity of Chapeltown - traditionally said to be a Holy Well.
Rent Receipt. 1865.
Valuation Roll. 1865-6
Mr James Andrew Tenant
New Statistical Account
022.06 A farm house, with good offices and farm attached, Situated on the side of the river Deveron, on the estate of Netherdale, the property of Innes Esqr.
CHAPEL (Site of) [Chapeltown] Chapel (site of)
Chapel (site of)
Chapel (site of)
Mr James Andrew
Mr A Andrew
Mr Dawson Inverkeithnie
022.06 In the immediate vicinity of the farm house of Chapeltown, the present tenant when improving and trenching the ground, a few years ago discovered and removed the foundation walls of an edifice, said to have been the remains of an ancient Roman Catholic Chapel which existed here previous to and at the Reformation.

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