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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHESTERS WOOD Chesters Wood
Chesters Wood
Chesters Wood
Chesters Wood
Property Plan
Mr. Phillips
Mr. Fowles
Mr. J. Stewart
039 [situation] About 1 Mile N.E. by E. [North East by East] of Hillend.
A Wood of Forest trees. the property of the Earl of Moray.
WEST MOSS PLANTATION West Moss Plantation
West Moss Plantation
West Moss Plantation
West Moss Plantation
Mr. Asher, Clerk to Mr. Phillips Donibristle Estate
Revd. [Reverend] Hugh Ralph
Mr. Fowles
Mr. J. Stewart
039 [situation] About 1 1/8 Miles N.E. [North East] of Hillend.
A narrow plantation of Fir mixed with a few Forest trees at the Eastern end. the property of the Earl of Moray.
TODHILL PLANTATION Todhill Plantation
Todhill Plantation
Todhill Plantation
Property Plan
Mr. Fowles
Mr. J. Stewart
039 [situation] About 1 Mile N. [North] of Hillend.
Part of an extensive Wood of mixed Fir and Forest trees the property of Captain Henderson, Fordel House

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53 Plan 39B. Dalgety Parish

[Note - Chesters Wood] Chester or Chesters. The name given to a circular fortification &c. The designation of a number of places, such as farm towns, either by itself, or in conjunction with some other word, as Chesterhall &c. Jameson

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