List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Wester Logie Wester Logie
Wester Logie
Wester Logie
Wester Logie or Logie Leith
Logie Leith
Wester Logie
Estate Plan
Valuation Roll 1862-63
Mr James Milne (Tenant)
Mr R Duthie Stonehaven
W.F. Martin Assessor of Taxes Stonehaven
Rent Receipt and Lease of Farm.
012.16 A small farm Steading on the Estate of Cowie the property of Alexander Inness Esqr Cowie House.
This place is generally spoken of in Stonehaven as Logie Leith but the proprietor is his writings etc calls it Wester Logie - [initialled] B.R.
Slughead Slughead
Mr James Milne
Mr R Duthie
Johnstons Co [County] Map
012.16 A crofters residence on the Estate of Cowie about 1 mile from Stonehaven.
Cowie House Cowie House
Cowie House
Cowie House
Mr R Duthie Stonehaven
Revd. [Reverend] John Watt (Fetteresso)
Alexander Innes Esqr (Proprietor)
012.16 A good substantial mansion house with outhouses etc attached the whole surrounded with woods and gardens the property and residence of Alexander Innes Esqr.

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Parish of Fetteresso

[Note Slughead] -- "Slugaid - A Slough or deep miry place, the throat or gullet. (Gaelic)

[Note Cowie House] -- "Coille - A Wood, a forest, a grove." (Gaelic)
In the old writings this place is spelt
Colly or Collie.
[initialled] B.R.

"William Fraser and his spouse Margaret
Murray had the thanedom of Colly or Cowie
from David II (Mems [Memorials] of Angus & Mearns." Page 12 *

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