List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAPEL FIELD Chapel Field Mr. Buchan, Farmer, Chapelton 019 A name applied to the field in which was situated the Chapel which formerly stood here, no trace of the Chapel exists nor can its site be found.
Kilgery & Kilgerre
Mr Will Writer, Brechin
J Carnegy Arbuthnot Esqr. prop [proprietor]
P. [Page] 138 Land of the Lindsays
P. [Page] 247 Land of the Lindsays
019 A farm steading the property of J. C. Arbuthnot Esqr. - once an extensive forest was here in which the Kings of Scotland hunted, vide Land of the Lindsays.
DONALDSON'S DEN Donaldson's Den
Donaldson's Den
Donaldson's Den
Mr Will Writer, Brechin
Plan of the Farms
Robert Easton
019 A narrow glen now nearly cultivated, Its extent is shown on traces -

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Parish of Menmuir

Chapel Field [note]
"This old chaplainry stood in a field near the farm-house
of Chapelton of Dunlappie. The stones of the chapel were
taken to build the farm steading, and a fine spring, about a
150 yards south-east of the site of the Chapel, still bears the found
name of Ladywell in honour of the Virgin."
Land of the Lindsays p [page] 248

Kilgarie [note]
"In Gaelic Kil-gearr-ie means the Kirk of the little
short hill so named perhaps from the Chapel having
stood under Lundie Hill - which is the lowest & shortest of
adjacent mountains." Land of the Lindsays p [page] 247

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