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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FORT [Dinwoodie Mains] British Fort (site of) James Johnstone Dinwoodie Mains
Robert Nevison GameKeeper, Dinwoodie
Parish Statistics
033 [Situation] ⅓ mile NE. [North East] by E [East] from Dinwoodie Mains.
A small station, nearly in the shape of an oval, surrounded by a bank of earth, still very distinct, situated on Dinwoodie Mains.
BROTHER'S WOOD Brother's Wood James Johnstone Dinwoodie Mains
Robert Nevison GameKeeper Dinwoodie
James Jardine DalmaKeddar
033; 034 [Situation] ½ Mile NE. [North East] from Diwoodie Mains
A small wood, of mixed timber, of about from twenty, to thirty, years growth, situated on Dinwoodie Mains. Was so named by the Maxwells of Munches, in remembrance of a deceased brother.
DINWOODIE PLANTATION Dinwoodie Plantation James Johnstone Dinwoodie Mains
Robert Nevison Dinwoodie, GameKeeper,
James Jardine DalmaKeddar
033 [Situation] 20 Chains S.E. [South East] from Dinwoodie Mains
A long and narrow wood, of fir, and oak, of about from twenty to thirty years growth, situated on Dinwoodie Mains.

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Parish of Applegarth Sheet 33.12, trace 4

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