List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Cowie Cowie
Valuation Roll 1862-63
Estate Plan
Mr R. Duthie (Stonehaven)
New, Stat, Act,
[Statistical Account]
012.16 A small fishing village on the sea shore half a mile north from Stonehaven.
St Mary's Chapel St. Mary's Chapel (In Ruins)
St. Mary's Chapel (In Ruins)
St. Mary's Chapel (In Ruins)
St. Mary's Chapel (In Ruins)
Mr R. Duthie
Revd [Reverend] John Watt
Revd [Reverend] Alexander Silver
New, Stat, Act, [Statistical Account]
012.16 "The picturesque remains of the Church of Cowie, strike the eye of every traveller on the road leading to Stonehaven, the effect no doubt, injured by its having had placed to it a dead house, lately erected. It was dedicated to the virgin Mary. Its length is 67 feet, and width 18 1/2, and it is surrounded by a burial ground in which many bodies continue to be interred". (New Stat Act) [Statistical Account] The outside walls of this chapel are still in a good state of preservation. The dead house is at the West End. [initialled] B.R. 17/8/64

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