List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INVERMARK CASTLE (In Ruins) Invermark Castle (Ruin)
Invermark Castle (Ruin)
Invermark Castle (Ruin)
Invermark Castle (Ruin)
Invermark Castle (Ruin)
Invermark Castle (Ruin)
New Stat. [Statistical] Account
Land of the Lindsays
Rev. [Reverend] W. Low
Mr. Stocks, Factor
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Jervises Memorials
006 This Castle or tower is entire except the roof, It is a quadrangle with walls about 50 feet in height and 3 in thickness, The postern — a massive iron gate — still remains in the South side There are now no remains of a moat but traces of other buildings are still to be seen near it. The stone wall round it is of recent erection,
"The only building of antiquity is the old Castle of Invermark, situate opposite the Manse, It was built in 1526, It was long the residence of the Lindsays the proprietors of the Parish, The roof was taken off 40 years ago but the walls which are upwards of 3 feet thick and remarkably strong may stand for other three centuries,"
New Statistical Account.
Inbhir, a confluence, Mark, supposed to be a Norse word signifying a forest.
David Christison, Auchronie
Duncan Michie, Ground Officer
Rev. [Reverend] W. Low
006 A small dwelling house on the farm of Auchronie occupied by a Shepherd,

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