List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SCOTTISH NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY (Friockheim Branch) Disused Scottish North Eastern Railway (Friockheim Branch) Rev: [Reverend] J. Black Friockheim
A. Lyall Esqr. Gardyne Castle
Mr. W.H. Duncan Friock Mains
Company's Documents.
040 [Situation] Through N.En. [North Eastern] division of Parish.
This railway (now disused) diverges from the Arbroath & Forfar line at Friockheim village and joins the Scottish North Eastern main line at Heughhead.
CAIRN KNAP Cairn Knap (Tumulus)
Cairn Knap (Tumulus)
Cairn Knap (Tumulus)
Rev: [Reverend] J. Black
A. Lyall Esqr.
Mr. W.H. Duncan
040 [Situation] ¼ mile East of Kaim Hill.
An old established name given to an artificial mound, on the Estate of Middleton. A number of years ago, this "Cairn" or "Tumulus" was opened and found to contain two stone Coffins and a great number of human bones.
Friock Wood
Friock Wood
Rev: [Reverend] J. Black
A. Lyall Esqr.
Mr. W.H. Duncan
040 [Situation] About ¾ mile N.E. [North East] of Middleton.
Applied to a wood, situate on the South Side of Friockheim & on the Estate of Middleton.

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Kaim Hill Omitted

Cairn Knap [note]
Knap.- a hillock Dr. [Doctor] Jamieson's Scot. Dicty. [Scottish Dictionary]

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