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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WHAMMOND'S LOAN Whammond's Loan
Whammond's Loan
Whammond's Loan
Whammond's Loan
Whammond's Loan
Mr D Stewart Hillhead
Mr Hannay, Factor
Mr. J. Keir Waterston, Fearn
Mr P Gordon Land Steward
Mr. MConnachie Schoolmaster
026 A well known name applying to a Public & ill kept Road branching southwards from the Ph. [Parish] Road by Hillhead to the Farm of Waterston in the adjoining Ph. [Parish] of Fearn. It also extends northwards from the Ph. [Parish] Road to the point where the "Cattle Rake" crosses it going to Fearn Ph. [Parish]
BRACKLAWBURN Bracklawburn
Bracklawburn
Bracklawburn
Bracklayburn
Bracklawburn
Estate Map
Mr. Hannay, Factor
Mr. Gordon, Steward
Valuation Roll
New Stat [Statistical] Account
026 An old steading occupied by cotters. It belongs to Careston Estate the property of Lord Fife.
CHURCH [nr Bracklawburn] Church
Church
Church
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Milne Incumbent
Mr McConnachie, Schoolmaster
Mr. Stewart, Hillhead of Careston
026 A plain stone building with grave yard around it enclosed by a wall. The church is small being capable of holding a congregation of between 2 & 300.

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Careston Parish

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