List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STRATHENDRY CASTLE (Remains of) Strathendry Castle (Remains of)
Strathendry Castle
Strathendry Castle
Strathendry Castle
Mr. Downy
E Logan Esq.
Mr. Wilson Senr. [Senior]
Mr. Wilson Junr. [Junior]
023 [situation] 1⅜ Miles W. [West] of Leslie.
Near Strathendry House, and where the outbuildings now stand formerly stood Strathendry Castle. part of it still remains but it is joined with the stable and is used as part of them. there is nothing Known of the date of its erection, and I could not find that it has any History, it went gradually to decay

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8 Plan 23B Leslie Parish

"In the parish is the old Castle of Strathendrie, which
formerly belonged to a family of the same name, of no small
note in Fife." Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]

" Above Leslie, a Mile to the North West of it, upon an high ground,
at some distance from the Water of Leven, is Strathenry an old
building, the Possession anciently of the Strath - henries of that
Ilk. The Anno 1496. Forrester a son of Carden's married the Heiress, And it continued
in the name of Forrester, till King Charles II's time" Sibbald's Fife & Kinross Page 145

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