List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Peikie Bridge
Robert Cunningham Farmer Lower Kenly
William Wilson Miller Peikie Mill.
013 [situation] A little South from Lower Kenly.

A small one arched bridge, built over the Kenly Water, and close to Peikie Mill. It is supposed by some to have been built by James 6th for the use of travelers going between the royal boroughs of St. Andrews & Crail.
(From subsequent Enquiry made in the locality, no date can be fixed for the erection of this bridge, only all agree in considering it to be old. There is no tradition regarding it.)
PEIKIE MILL (Barley) Peikie Mill
Peikie Mill
Peikie Mill
Robert Cunningham Farmer Lower Kenly.
William Wilson Miller Peikie Mill.
Rent Receipt
Sta: Acct: [Statistical Account]
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
013 [situation] Adjoining Peikie Bridge.

A small barley mill two stories high, with the residence of the Miller which is also two Stories high, and offices; all of which are in good repair. There is a garden attached and a farm of about 22 acres of arable land. Tenanted by William Wilson. The property of John Duncan Thornbank.

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