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OS1/13/46/24

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PITCULLO (Ruins of) Pitcullo
[in ruins]
John Pitcairn Esqr. Pitcullo
Walter Walker Muirhead
006 [situation] About 1 3/8 Miles S by E [South by East] from Balmullo
A ruin immediately adjoining the present house of Pitcullo. It [had] been formerly the Mansion house but is now rapidly going to decay It is the property of John Pitcairn Esqr. There is a tradition in the locality that in 1540 this was occupied by Cardinal Beaton as a shooting lodge.
PITCULLO Pitcullo John Pitcairn Esqr. Pitcullo
Walter Walker Muirhead
006 [situation] About 1 3/8 Miles S. by W. [South by West] from Balmullo
A neat and well constructed building three stories high, built in the modern style of Architecture Situated on the N.W. [North West] side of the road leading from Cupar to Newport the property and residence of John Pitcairn Esqr.

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[Page] 24 Parish of Leuchars Plan 6D Trace 6

[Note - Pitcullo (Ruins of)] G [German] Text

[Note - Pitcullo (Ruins of)] "There are three ruins of old mansions of a castellated form, kept in partial repair, these are Earlshall, Pitcullo and Airdit." Stat: acct: [Statistical Account] of Fifeshire.

[Note - Pitcullo (ruins of)] East of it (Craigfordie) is Pitcullo." Sibbalds Hist [History] of Fife.

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