List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Noran Park
Valuation Roll
Estate Map
Mr Robertson Schoolmaster
Mr. Tosh, Tenant
025 An out-farm now of "Wellford" the property of James Carnegie Gardyne Esq. This name appears mostly in two words, but it has been adopted in one word following the form in which the name of the Estate Noranside, in one word, generally & indeed always appears.
Haerpit Haugh
Haerpit Haugh
Land of the Lindsays
Mr. Tosh Wellford
Mr. J. Duncan Auchnacree
025 A little haugh adjoining the Noran on the lands of Noranpark. In the "Land of the Lindsays" the following is said with reference to large stones in the Haugh of which only one now remains, and this appears more like a natural rock than a loose stone placed there. - "The district of Ferne, so far as known, has little to boast of in the way of prehistoric traces, though a few warlike remains, and the old names of places, would favour the supposition of the parish having been the scene of some unrecorded engagement. The discovery of Stone Coffins & Urns
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Co. [County] Forfar -- Fearn Parish

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