List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr Lyall, Factor
Mr Sevewright Tt. [Tenant]
Mr Lawrence, Greenden
034 A small holding of Wealtheston old farm. The name is well known although it does not appear in the Co. [County] Roll. It is said to derive its name from the Old Road to Forfar crossing a Ford near the present dwelling. The Old Road referred to is now Public & runs west from the house of Redford, but it took its name from the former course of this road crossing the Burn to the north of the house.
ANDERSON DEN Anderson Den Mr Lyall, Factor
Mr Sevewright
Mr Lawrence, Greenden
034 The Burn of this Den comes from Greenden (33-5.6) which see. It is well known from about the farm of Gowanhead to the Loch in Kinnaird Deer Park as Anderson Den. A branch of this stream to the west of Wealtheston supplies a Mill Dam of Farnell Mill, but from the Dam on this Trace the water course is conveyed underground to the Mill.

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Farnell Parish

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