List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Burn of Balmaleedy Burn of Balmaleedy
Burn of Balmaleedy
Burn of Balmaleedy
George Taylor Esqr (Kirktonhill)
Mr. J, Blyth (Marykirk)
Mr James Cross Spearmill
026.08 A small stream rising on the Farm of Balmaleedy and flowing along the South side of Kirktonhill Park until it enters the village of Marykirk, through which it flows for a Short distance, when it enters the Mill Lade mentioned in the extracts for Spearmill. This Burn in the old writings is called the Burn of Aberluthnet, and is termed now by Some as Burn of Marykirk, but it is Best known by the name given. Burn of Balmaleedy
Spear Mill Spear Mill
Spear Mill
Spear Mill
G Taylor Esqr
Mr J, Blyth
Mr J. Croll
026.08 A farm Steading with Meal Mill and Saw Mill attached. The Buildings are in bad repair, and are to be taken down and rebuilt this Summer. Proprietor G, Taylor Esqr. (May 13

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