List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AUCHMULL CASTLE (Ruins) Auchmull Castle (Remains of)
Auchmull Castle (Remains of)
Auchmull Castle (Remains of)
Old Stat. [Statistical] Account
Land of the Lindsays
John Lindsay, Auchmull
014 This Castle or tower has been about 30 feet square, A portion of it - parts of the North and South and the whole of the West end - still stand about 3 feet high and about 2½ feet in thickness. The remainder is only traceable.
"It was occupied by the farmer down to 1772-3 when he found it so inconvenient, that he offered to bear the cost of a new house on the proprietor's agreeing to let him have the wood, iron &c. out of the old Castle..... and the work of destruction once begun, had only its limit in the complete annihilation of the stronghold.... and only a small portion of the foundations are now traceable" ...
Jarvise's Land of the Lindsays
"One of the family" (the Lindsays) "about the beginning of last century" (the 17th presumably) "built a small Castle called "Auchmull" in this Parish".
Old Stat [Statistical] Account

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Cos. [Counties] Forfar & Kincardine -- Parish of Edzell

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