List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Burnfoot Cottage
James Davidson Esq. Proprietor & occupier
P. Grant Esq.
012 A handsome cottage built on the western bank of the Caledonian Canal. It is in excellent order, and is the residence of the proprietor, James Davidson Esq Collector of Dues for the Canal.
Patrick Grant Esq. Sheriff Clerk & occupier
James Davidson Esq. Burnfoot Cottage
Mr. William Sinclair, Balnafettack
Plan dated 1827 in possession of P. Grant Esq.
Plan dated 1815 in possession of P. Grant Esq.
New Statistical Account of Scotland
012 This is a handsome two storey building situated in a good commanding position, and the residence of Patrick Grant Esq. Sheriff Clerk of the County. The Offices attached to it are good slated buildings. there is a small property annexed, which at one time was church lands and held of the Abbot of Arbroath; and a Chapel once stood in what is now the garden. Cosmo Innes, the historian, has told Mr. Grant that he has seen Charters, dated by an ancient Bishop of Moray and Ross, from "his manse at Kilmillies", and it is very probable that his was the ancient orthograph. Property of Ewan Baillie Esq. of Dochfour.

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