List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Carse Haw
Carse haw
Robert Halley Pro. [Proprietor]
James Reid Drum
Andrew Morrison
021 [situation] 15 Chains N.W. [Northwest] of Drum.
A neat cottage & Garden with a few acres of good land, situate at the E. [East] end of Crook of Devon is the property of Mr Robert Halley
CROOK OF DEVON T.P. Crook of Devon T.B. [Toll Bar]
Crook of Devon T.B. [Toll Bar]
Crook of Devon T.B. [Toll Bar]
Act of Parliament
Alexander Young. Collectr. [Collector]
John Miller
021 [situation] 10 Chains N.W. [Northwest] of Drum.
A turnpike gate having a small house & Garden attached on the N. [North] side of the road at the E [East] end of Crook of Devon Village.
William Moncrieff Esqr.
Estate Map
John Miller
021 [situation] 1/2 Mile N.E. by E. [North East by East] of Drum.
A small cluster of houses midway between Crook of Devon Village & Tullibole Castle, chiefly tenanted by small occupiers of land or feus.

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[Note - Carse Haw] Ha. Haw, The Manor house Jameson.

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Occasionally a place situation is given at a distance from itself, commonly where that place name has frequently been used as the local reference point as is the case here . This is probably an error.

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