List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Pader or Pater Well
Lord Southesk
Memorials of Angus & Mearns
034 "The foundations of the Kirk are yet to be seen, surrounded by several well sculptured gravestones and an adjoining spring called Pader or Pater Well, is noticed in an old rhyme regarding the love story of a young lady of Kinnaird"
Memos. [Memorials] of Angus & Mearns
Upon the authority of the Earl of Southesk the well called "Pater Well" is situated as above described at the place shewn upon Examination Trace.
Kirk Loch
Kirk Loch
Lord South Esk
Mr. Lyall, Factor
Mr Sevewright Red Den
034 A small natural loch to the south of Kinnaird Parish Old Burying ground & close to it. This name is well known, & being derived from the Old Ch. [Church] near, of which no traces of the building now exist,
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Co. [County] Forfar -- Farnell Parish

Pater Well [notes]
Cannot the site of this
Church be shewn on Plan?
[overwritten by]
Note. The Church is presumed to have
stood within the Burial Ground - but
could not be identified.
[Signed] C Harrison
2d. Corpl. R.E. [2nd Corporal Royal Engineers]

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