List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRAWL'S WELL St Braul's Well
St Braul's Well
Brawl's Well
Dalrymple's Annals
Mr. McNicoll, Huntlyhill
Estate Plan of Smithyhill
020 A fine, and strong, spring of pure water. In the immediate neighbourhood of the well the name is altogether lost. Mr McNicoll, Teacher, Huntlyhill, however, recollects a very old woman, now dead, speak of it by this name, Though the name has been lost, medicinal properties are still ascribed to it, - "St Braul's Well is in a field adjoining the church, to whom (though nothing is now known of him) the Kirk had likely been dedicated "
Dalrymple's Annals in a note at foot of page 262. Land of the Lindsay's
MANSE [nr Brawl's Well] Manse
Rev. [Reverend] Robert Grant
William Cameron, P [Parish] Teacher
Val. [Valuation] Roll
020 A superior dwelling house the property of the heritors of the parish, and occupied by the parish minister.

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Parish of Stracathro

Brawl's Well [note]
Lt.Col. [Lieutenant Colonel] Bayly R.E. [Royal Engineers]

The Spring now issues at the side of the wood and forms the
boundary of the Estate of Stracathro
[Initialled] JB

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