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Forfar (Angus) volume 13

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info
OS1/14/13/1 CARESTON Careston Careston Caraldston or Careston Careston Careston Careston Careston Careston Careston Old Stat [Statistical] Account New Stat [Statistical] Account Fullarton's Gazetteer Sheriff's Returns Valuation Roll County Map Estate Plans Land of the Lindsays Memorials of Angus & Mearns 026; 033 "Many centuries before the erection of this parish, the lands of which it consists are said to have taken their name from Carald, a Danish leader, who in his flight from the battle of Aberlemno, was slain & in order to perpetuate his memory, his victors raised over his place of sepulture a barrow, & on it erected an obelisk named from him, Carald-stane, or Carald's-stone, contracted afterwards into the more modern term Careston (The barrow here referred to is believed to be that shown on plan 33-2) Others derive the name of this parish from the Ancient but now disused Celtic word Carald which at one time denoted the quality red, as having the colour of the rock which forms the middle portion of the subsoil of this parish. New Stat [Statistical] Account "The parish of Careston is of recent origin, & formed a part of that of Brechin down to a late period. the act for erecting the district into a separate [continued on page 2]
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OS1/14/13/2 CARESTON (Continued) [continued from page 1] parish was not obtained until the year 1641. It is the least of any parish in Angus-Shire, both as regards extent & population, and the fifth in the Kingdom". Land of the Lindsays It is bounded on the North by the parish of Menmuir; on the West by the parishes of Fearn & Tannadice; on the South by the parish of Aberlemno; and on the East by the parish of Brechin. The River South Esk touches on the south and forms its boundary for a short distance. The Noran Water (a small river) falls into the South Esk in the parish. The only Antiquities in the parish are Careston Castle (which is habitable but unoccupied at present) Fuirdstone Castle (site of) and the Tumulus or Law already referred to. The principal Proprietor is the Right Honble. [Honourable] the Earl of Fife. There is no portion of this parish detached nor is there any portion of any other parish contained within the boundary of this parish.
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OS1/14/13/3 MONYTIMBER Monytimber Monytimber Monytimber Monytimber Monytimber Moneytimber Lease of Hillhead Mr. P. Gordon Land Steward Mr McConnachie, Schoolmaster Mr Hannay, Factor Mr. D Stewart, Hillhead County Map 026 An extensive piece of thinly wooded land belonging to the Estate of Careston. It extends from the march of the Parish, adjoining Fearn, to the part eastwards of the same wood which is named the North Wood. Formerly this was a fine wood and in Roup Bills - i.e. Auctioneering Notices, it always went by the name "Monytimber", the meaning of which is muchtimber, originating it is supposed from the former closeness and value of the wood itself. The Right Honble.[Honourable] the Earl of Fife is propr.[proprietor]. The name Monytimber extends eastwards to the indent near the east margin of Trace 5, formed by a part brought under cultivation. "North Wood" begins from this point.
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OS1/14/13/4 NORTH WOOD North Wood North Wood North Wood North Wood North Wood of Careston Mr. P. Gordon Land Stewart Mr. D. Stewart Hillhead Mr McConnachie Schoolmaster Mr. Hannay, Factor Plan of Brechin Feus 026 The eastern half, or about the half, of an extensive belt of wood running along the northern By. [Boundary] of the parish, and extending from its north-western extremity, adjoining Fearn Ph. [Parish], to its north eastern adjoining the Parish of Menmuir The western part of the belt is known as Monytimber - See the other side. These names are so well known that recently the name "North Wood" was entered in the Registrar's Book respecting a birth.
OS1/14/13/4 PEATHILL Peathill Peathill Peathill Peathill Peathill Valuation Roll Estate Map Mr P Gordon, Land Steward Mr. Hannay, Factor Land of the Lindsays 026 A good Farm Steading the property of the Earl of Fife.
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OS1/14/13/5 CATTLE RAKE Cattle Rake Cattle Rake Cattle Rake Cattle Rake Mr. Gordon, Steward of Careston Mr. D. Stewart, Hillhead of Careston Mr. A. Airth, Windsor Mr. A. Doig, Hilton of Fearn 026 The name of a well known Drove Road between Tarnton Moor (corrupted from Trinity Moor) in Brechin and the south - extending or did extend formerly it is said, as far south as England. It is only to be found at the present time in small detached parts not reclaimed as it appears in this Parish. Westwards, in the Parish of Fearn, it is converted into a Statute Labour Road, after it passes Windsor Farm, but the name is not identified with it where it has become a Stat [Statute] Labour Road, nor is it understood to apply to the continuation of the same Road farther westwards in the Parish of Tannadice. Between Careston & "Tarnton Moor" it is said, by the authorites quoted, to exist in part at "Little Brechin", and westwards from Careston, it is, upon the same authorities, to be seen at Newtyle Parish - some twenty miles south west.
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OS1/14/13/7 WHITESIDE OF CARESTON Whiteside of Careston Whiteside of Careston Whiteside of Careston Whiteside of Careston Whiteside Crofts Whiteside Whyteside Croft Mr. P. Gordon Land Steward Mr. Hannay, Factor Mr. M Connachie, Schoolmaster Mr. D. Stewart Hillhead Estate Map Co. [County] Map Valuation Roll 026 A few small holdings between the farm of Peathill, in the west, & the Parish By. [Boundary] in the east and the lands of which apply from the Roadside, at the Parish school (26.15 Trace 1) to the "North Wood". The name is invariably used in speaking as adopted on Examination Trace. Some of the allotments of Whiteside have distinctive names of long standing and are well known, such as Ormondhill &c. Lord Fife Proprietor (See "Cowhill" Trace 1.26-15)
OS1/14/13/7 ORMONDHILL Ormondhill Ormondhill Ormondhill Ormondhill Ormond Hill Croft Estate Map Mr. Hannay, Factor Mr. P. Gordon Land Steward Mr. M Connachie, Schoolmaster Valuation Roll 026 A well known name in the Whiteside of Careston, applying to one of its Pendicles.
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OS1/14/13/9 HILLHEAD OF Careston Hillhead of Careston Hillhead of Careston Hillhead of Careston Hillhead of Careston Hillhead of Careston Hillhead or Hillhead of Careston Hillhead Hillhead Hillhead Hillhead Mr D. Stewart Tt. [Tenant] Mr Hannay Factor Mr P Gordon, Steward Mr McConnachie Schoolmaster Mr Keir, Waterston Carts of Tenant (on some of the carts) Valuation Roll Estate Map New Stat [Statistical] Account Old Stat [Statistical] Account 026 A farm steading on the Hillhead above Castle of Careston. It is a name always used in the form given on the Examination Trace, although that mode does not appear on the Estate Map nor in the Val. [Valuation] Roll. There is more reason for adopting the name as generally used from the Hillton of Fearn, in the adjoining Parish on the Estate of Fearn, being near the Hillhead of Careston.
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OS1/14/13/10 BIRK WOOD Birk Wood Birk Wood Birk Wood Birk Wood Birk Wood Birch Wood Mr Gordon Land Steward Mr Hannay, Factor Mr. J Keir, Waterston Mr M'Connachie Schoolmaster A. Young Whiteside of Careston Estate Map 026 A mixed wood at the south-west corner of the policies of Careston invariably used in speaking in the Scottish form "Birk" for Birch. (Jameison)
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OS1/14/13/11 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]
OS1/14/13/11 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.
OS1/14/13/11 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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OS1/14/13/12 MANSE [nr parish church] Manse Manse Manse Revd [Reverend] Mr Milne Mr. McConnachie, Schoolmaster Valuation Roll 026 The parsonage house of Careston situate close to the Church. There is a good garden & office houses attached. Occupied by the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Milne Incumbent of Careston Kirk.
OS1/14/13/12 MILL OF CARESTON (Corn) Mill of Careston (Corn) Mill of Careston (Corn) Mill of Careston (Corn) Valuation Roll Estate Map Mr P Gordon, Land Steward 026 A Corn Mill on the Noran belonging to Careston Estate. There is a farm attached to this holding.
OS1/14/13/12 MAINS Mains of Careston Mains Mains West Mains Estate Map Mr. P. Gordon Steward Land of the Lindsays Valuation Roll 026 An old steading in the policies of Careston occupied by workmen of the neighborhood. There is an evident misapplication & impropriety in the term West as given in the Roll. It is not used on the Estate as West Mains but generally as "Mains" only which from being within the policies is adopted on the Examination Trace.
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OS1/14/13/13 CARESTON CASTLE Careston Castle Careston Castle Careston Castle Careston Castle Careston Castle Careston Castle Valuation Roll Mr Hannay Factor Mr Gordon Land Steward New Statistical Account Land of the Lindsays Jervise's Memorials 026 "Under this head (antiquities) may be mentioned the Castle of Careston, the main part of which was erected 440 years ago by the Earl of Crawford who, tradition says also built Finhaven his chief residence. The West wing which is evidently the oldest, is said to have been built by one of the Carnegy family, & most likely when they came into the possession of the property of Careston. The East wing is thought to have been built by Major S Keene, soon after he acquired the Estate. Both wings project to a good distance from the main body of the house but are connected by a long lobby in front. Although the Castle cannot boast much ornament in its construction it is on the whole a stately edifice & carries in [continued on page 14]
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OS1/14/13/14 Careston Castle (Continued 026 [continued from page 13] in its appearance an aspect of grandeur well suited to a baronial residence." New Statl. [Statistical] Account The Castle is not in a ruinous state, but it has not been occupied for a considerable time. The pleasure grounds around the Castle, the office houses, & the policies generally are in a neglected condition. The wings of the Castle are represented on the Examination Trace by the divisions shewn in the building , & the "lobby", which is a low building of one story, is separated also on the Trace from the body of the Castle by a division. The Square portion of the Castle & the wings are of similar height, the divisions being adopted on the Tracing as explanatory of its description. The office house behind the Castle stroked on the Examination Trace is supposed to be of a great age as any part of the Castle. The whole of the policies of Careston are kept as permanent pasture ground, with the exception of the small holding of the Park Trace 5.26-15, which see. Careston is the Earl of Fife's property.
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OS1/14/13/15 SCHOOL [nr Pitforthie Den] School School School School Valuation Roll Mr M'Connachie Schoolmaster Mr. Gordon Steward of Careston Mr. Hannay, Factor 026 The parochial school of Careston in which there is a Post Office kept.
OS1/14/13/15 POST OFFICE [Careston School] 026 The parochial school of Careston in which there is a Post Office kept.
OS1/14/13/15 PITFORTHIE DEN Pitforthie Den Pitforthie Den Pitforthie Den Pitforthie Den Estate Map Mr. Gordon Steward Mr. M'Connachie, Schoolmaster Mr. Hannay, Factor 026 This name is frequently mentioned in connexion with Careston in a work called "Land of the Lindsays", and the Den is the only object on the Estate, in Careston Ph. [Parish], to which the name is retained. The name applies along the banks of the stream within the policies of Careston
OS1/14/13/15 PARKSIDE Parkside Parkside Parkside Parkside Valuation Roll Estate Map Mr Gordon Steward Mr Hannay, Factor 026 A well known name applying to a pendicle in the Whiteside of Careston.
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OS1/14/13/16 COWHILL Cowhill Cowhill Cowhill Cowhill Valuation Roll Estate Map Mr Gordon Steward Mr. Hannay, Factor 026 A small holding to the south of the Road, which road may be said to separate the Whiteside of Careston from this pendicle & the Smithy - Craignook. Cowhill is an old & well known name. It belongs to Careston Estate.
OS1/14/13/16 CRAIGNOOK Craignook Valuation Roll Estate Map Mr Gordon Steward Mr. Hannay, Factor 026 Another pendicle similar to the above. The Smithy of the Parish is kept at Craignook
OS1/14/13/16 SOUTH DRUM South Drum South Drum South Drum South Drum Estate Map Mr Gordon, Steward & occupier Mr M Connachie Schoolmaster Mr. Hannay, Factor 026 A good cottage with a neat garden attached. It is occupied by the Steward of Careston Estate. It stands on the south side of the Toll Road near the ninth mile stone from Forfar.
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OS1/14/13/17 NORTH LODGE [Careston] North Lodge North Lodge North Gate Mr Hannay Factor Mr. Gordon, Steward Valuation Roll 026 See South Lodge Trace 33-3 Trace 1. This Lodge gate is near the Ph. [Parish] School
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OS1/14/13/18 ROUGHPARK WOOD Roughpark Wood Roughpark Wood Roughpark Wood Roughpark Wood Mr. Gordon Steward Mr. A. Young Whiteside Mr. Keir Waterston Mr Hannay, Factor 026 A wide belt of wood on the south-east of Careston policies Pitforthie Den passes through it.
OS1/14/13/18 THE PARK The Park The Park The Park The Park of Careston Estate Map Mr Gordon Steward Mr Hannay, Factor Valuation Roll 026 A small farm or field, in which there is a dwelling within the policy wall of Careston. It is the only piece of land in the policies let for tilling, the whole of the remainder being kept as permanent ornamental pasture ground. Being, within the grounds it is described as "ornamental" in addition to the description arable, as in the present state of the Estate it is most likely to follow either the improvement of being kept in its original state if the mansion or Castle be occupied, or else be kept as arable ground should the policies be let for farming.
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OS1/14/13/19 NETHER CARESTON Nether Careston Nether Careston Nether Careston Nether Careston Nether Careston Nether Careston Valuation Roll Estate Map Mr. Gordon, Steward Mr. Hannay, Factor New Stat [Statistical] Account Land of the Lindsays 033 A good farm steading near the point where the Noran passes under the Brechin & Forfar Road. It is the property of the Right Honble.[Honourable] the Earl of Fife. (See "Lawshed" below)
OS1/14/13/19 LAW (Stone Cists and Urns found) Law-shed (Remains of) Urns & Stone Cists found Law-shed (Remains of) Urns & Stone Cists found Law-shed (Remains of) Urns & Stone Cists found Law-shed (Remains of) Urns & Stone Cists found Land of the Lindsays Mr. Gordon, Steward of Careston Mr. A. Young, Whiteside Mr M'Connachie, Schoolmaster 033 "Many centuries before the erection of this Parish, the lands of which it consists are said to have taken their [name] from Carald, a Danish leader, who, in his flight from the battle of Aberlemno, was slain not far from the present farm house of Nether Careston and in order to perpetuate the memory of this achievement, his victors raised over his place of sepulture a barrow, and on it erected an obelisk, named from him Carald's Stane, contracted afterwards into the more modern term Careston. The obelisk has long since been removed but the barrow yet remains". New Statl. [Statistical] Account. [continued on page 20]
OS1/14/13/19 [Page] 19 Co. [County] Forfar -- Careston Parish Law [note] Barrow shade applied to some parks in the policies of Careston. Law Shed pronounced as given in the "Land of the Lindsays"
OS1/14/13/20 Law Shed (continued [continued from page 19] "The necessary adjunct", (in reference to a castle at Balnabriech (Brechin Ph [Parish]) which the author in shewing its Gaelic derivation as probably Bal-na-breith and implying "the town of judgment or sentence") "the Law or Cairn stood on an adjoining field, called the Law Shed, where many rude stone Coffins and Urns were found on reducing the Cairn which lay nearly due south of the site of the reputed monument of Carril." Land of the Lindsays. The personal authorities given are familiar with the account of the stone Coffins or Cists, & Urns being found, in the Law. It is still remarkable in the field where it stands, particularly from the Law standing on a slight eminence but the remains shewn are those of the Law which as before stated is still to be seen. Nothing is known of the site of the barrow or tumulus on which it is said the monument stood. - About 30 years ago there were trees on the Law Shed & a wall enclosed it.
OS1/14/13/20 [Page] 20 Co. [County] Forfar -- Careston Parish [Note to Land of Lindsays quotation] I conceive this to be purely conjectural [Initialled] JB
OS1/14/13/21 WARDEND Wardend Wardend Wardend New Statl. [Statistical] Account County Map Mr. P. Gordon Land Steward 033 A couple of cot houses now belonging to N. [Nether] Careston farm and generally understood under that name, the old & proper name - Wardend being little known. The writer of the N. S. [New Statistical] Account of this Parish attributes or supposes the name to be derived from a supposed Fort of the Romans which is thought to have been at the confluence of the Noran with the South Esk. "Some writers say", the author of the Land of the Lindsays adds in a Marginal Note, referring to pre-historic traces in the neighbourhood being very meagre, "that (ad Esicam) the pass of the Romans in A.D. 81, was at the junction of the Noran & South Esk, in the parish or Careston; but it is generally supposed to have been at Montrose or some place thereabout."
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OS1/14/13/22 NORAN WATER Noran Water Noran Water Noran Water Noran Water Noran Water Noran Water Noran Water Noran Water Noran Water Estate Maps Co. [County] Maps Mr Gordon Steward of Careston Mr Tosh, Wellford Fearn J. Gibb, Gamekeeper Fearn Mr M Connachie Schoolmaster Land of the Lindsays New & Old Statl. [Statistical] Accounts Fullarton's Gazetteer 018; 026; 033 A little river which rises in the hills of Fearn Parish & flows to the South Esk which it joins in this Parish, forming the boundary of Fearn Ph. [Parish] and also of Careston for some distance. In rainy seasons it becomes quickly swollen, and to a dangerous extent sometimes.
OS1/14/13/22 GATESIDE Gateside Gateside Gateside Gateside Gateside Valuation Roll Estate Plan Mr Gordon Steward Mr. Hannay, Factor Land of the Lindsays 033 A good dwelling still remains at Gateside, which was formerly a farm steading, but the offices are mostly away now. It belongs to Careston Estate the property of the Earl of Fife.
OS1/14/13/22 [Page] 22 Co. [County] Forfar -- Careston Parish Noran Water [note] "The water of Noran is so peculiarly limpid, that there is yet a tradition that one of our queens, in olden times, washed her cutch or cap in its stream, near the place where the farm-house of Nether Careston is now situated & pronounced the Noran to be the clearest stream in Scotland" New Stat [Statistical] Account
OS1/14/13/23 SOUTH LODGE [Careston] South Lodge South Lodge South Gate Mr. Hannay, Factor Mr. P. Gordon, Steward Valuation Roll 033 A term which from custom establishes the south Lodge gate of Careston as a proper name being always so distinguished from the other Lodge - the North. See N. [North] Lodge. Remarks on South Lodge also applies to the N. [North] Lodge.
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OS1/14/13/24 RIVER SOUTH ESK South Esk See adjoining Ph. [Parish] of Aberlemno. 033 Described in Aberlemno Ph. [Parish]
OS1/14/13/24 COLINSHAUGH Colinshaugh Colinshaugh Colinshaugh Valuation Roll Estate Map Mr Gordon Steward 033 A farm steading on the south of the River (South Esk) where the Parish of Careston crosses it at the south-eastern extremity of its bounds. The Earl of Fife is Proprietor.
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OS1/14/13/25 Site of FUIRDSTONE CASTLE Site of Fuirdstone Castle Land of the Lindsays New Statl. [Statistical] Account Mr Peter Gordon, Careston 033 "It is also said that Careston was known at one time by the name of Fuirdstone. This is assumed from a decreet of valuation of the tiends in 1758, in which the expression occurs of 'the lands and barony of Caraldstone, formerly called Fuirdstone, with the tower, fortalice, manor-place, &c' But according to Lord Spynies Charter of the lands in 1606, this passage admits of a different and more likely interpretation, and merely signifies that a part of the lands of Careston were so called. This stronghold is mentioned by Monipennie in 1612, as the Castle of "Barnabriech". The ruins of a large house, called the "Castle of Fuirdstone", were erased from a field west of the farm house of Balnabriech, about the beginning of this century, and, to this day, the plough turns up ruins of old buildings near the same place. The name had doubtless originated from the number of fords which are at this part of the river." Land of the Lindsays.
OS1/14/13/25 [Page] 25 Co. [County] Forfar -- Careston Parish [Note] "The present incumbent has in his posession a decreet of Valuation of the tiends of date 1758, wherein the Lands of Careston are designed by the name of Fuirdstone in the follow: ing manner. 'All & whole these parts of the lands and barony of Careston alias Balnamoon, particul: :arly after specified, viz. the lands and barony of Caraldstone, formerly called Fuirdstone, with the tower, fortalice, manor place' &c. The tower of Fuirdstone referred to was situated on the farm of Wester Balnabriech, and its remains were removed by the late tenant in the course of his improvement of the above farm. It is not unlik: :ely that the fore-mentioned tower and other buildings therewith connected constituted the first mansion- house on the Estate of Careston". New Statl. [Statistical] Account. [Volume signed] John Bayly Major R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/14/13/26 [Page] 26 [Volume] 13 OS1/14/13 Date Stamp: Ordnance Survey M.S. [Manuscript] Store 19 Dec. [December] 1918 Southampton Ph. [Parish] of Careston Co. [County] Forfar Co. [COUNTY] FORFAR PARISH OF CARESTON 1/2500 Scale
OS1/14/13/27 [Page] 27 Index Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Birk Wood -- 26 -- 14 -- 10 Bracklawburn -- 26 -- 14 -- 11 Cattle Rake -- 26 -- 10 -- 5 Church -- 26 -- 14 -- 11 Careston Castle -- 26 -- 14 -- 13 Cowhill -- 26 -- 15 -- 16 Craignook -- 26 -- 15 -- 16 Colinshaugh -- 33 -- 3 -- 24 Fuirdstone Castle Site of -- 33 -- 3 -- 25 Gateside -- 33 -- 2 -- 22 Hillhead of Careston -- 26 -- 14 -- 9 Law -- 33 -- 2 -- 19 Monytimber -- 26 -- 10 -- 3 Manse -- 26 -- 14 -- 12 Mill of Careston -- 26 -- 14 -- 12 Mains -- 26 -- 14 -- 12 North Wood -- 26 -- 10 -- 4 North Lodge -- 26 -- 15 -- 17 Nether Careston -- 33 -- 2 -- 19 Noran Water -- 33 -- 2 -- 22 Ormondhill -- 26 -- 11 -- 7 Peathill -- 26 -- 10 -- 4 Pitforthie Den -- 26 -- 15 -- 15 Parkside -- 26 -- 15 -- 15 Roughpark Wood -- 26 -- 15 -- 18 River South Esk -- 33 -- 3 -- 24 School -- 26 -- 15 -- 15 South Drum -- 26 -- 15 -- 16 South Lodge --- 33 -- 3 -- 23 The Park -- 26 -- 15 -- 18 Whiteside of Careston -- 26 -- 11 -- 7 Whammond's Loan -- 26 -- 14 -- 11 Wardend -- 33 -- 2 -- 21