List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Church Church Lieut, Col. [Lieutenant Colonel] Ramsay, Banchory Lodge
Revd. [Reverend] George Hutchison
Mr. James Stewart, Inspector
006.09 Erected in 1824 "It is a plain substantial building, in the Gothic style, sufficiently neat and commodious within, but defective in having the tower in front too low, and in having neither a vestry nor porch behind. It affords accommodation for about 1300 persons. It has no free unappropriated sittings."- Extract from Statistical Account
Manse Manse Lieut. Col. [Lieutenant Colonel] Ramsay
Revd. [Reverend] George Hutchison
Mr James Stewart
006.09 A plain, substantial building, two storys in height, erected in 1798. "In a wall, opposite the Manse is a hollow, which represents with the original stones the shape, size, and situation of a coffin, found when excavating the ground for the present road to Aberdeen. It contained an urn of tolerable workmanship with some ashes." Extract from Statistical Account.

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