List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BULLIONFIELD PAPER WORKS Bullionfield Paper Works Mr Gillespie Manager
Mr Robertson Bullion
Oswald Dawson Dundee
Valuation Roll 1858
053 [Situation] In the Southern end of The parish
A large mill for the manufacture of paper situated about 4 miles west of Dundee on the Perth Road, the property of Charles Cowan M.P. [Member of Parliament]
Paddock Stone
Paddock Stone
Paddock Stone
Mr. Thomson Balgarthno
William Robb Invergowrie Loan
Alexander Guthrie Invergowrie Loan
James Dickson, Schoolmaster
053 [Situation] About 20 chains north of Bullion
A large block of Whinstone about 6 feet in height standing on the side of the road from Invergowrie to Liff, Tradition says it was thrown from Fife (by his Satanic Majesty) to where it now stands - several stone coffin, Bones &c have been ploughed up near this stone at various times.
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Mr. Gray Occupier
Mr. Thomson Balgarthno
Alexander Guthrie
Valuation Roll 1858
053 [Situation] In the southern portion of the parish.
A small farm steading with a neat dwelling house and commodious outhouses attatched. The property of Alexander Clayhills Esqr.

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Sheet 53 Plan 7 Traces 5 & 6 -- Parish of liff & Benvie

Paddock Stone [note]
(Supposed Memorial of Battle)

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