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OS1/19/18/41

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Brown Hill of Morphie Brown Hill of Morphie
Brown Hill of Morphie
Brown Hill of Morphie
Brown Hill of Morphie
Valuation Roll for 1862 & 3
Revd [Reverend] Thomas McIntosh
Mr Alexander Edward
Mr Nielson
027.06 Two dwelling houses and offices. The property of Baron Graham Esqr, Morphie. This name also applies to the house &c on Plan27/5 they are Crofter's residences.
Lochside Lochside
Lochside
Lochside
Lochside
Valuation Roll for 1862& 3
Revd [Reverend] Thomas McIntosh
Mr Alexander Edwards
Mr Nielson
027.06 A name given to a group of dwelling houses gardens &c situated about half a mile west from the village of St Cyrus, the name is well known and it is supposed to be derived from a Loch that was once here, the ground is very low. Property of various small proprietors
Burnside Burnside
Burnside
Burnside
Revd [Reverend] T McIntosh
Mr Robert Milne
Mr A Neilson (Inspector of Poor)
027.06 A good substantial dwelling house on the Ecclesgreig Road near St Cyrus. It is in good repair and said to be one of the first houses built here.
Davysland Davysland
Davysland
Davysland
Davinaland
Valuation Roll (from 1859 to 63)
Mr A Neilson
Revd [Reverend] Thomas McIntosh
James Murray (Tenant)
027.06 A small crofters' residence on the Estate of Ecclesgreig. Mr Neilson states that Davysland is the proper name for this place, and it is so written on all the parish documents, Mr McIntosh considers the name as given in Valuation Roll to be correct. Neither of the names are well known. Property of W.F.Grant Esqr, Ecclesgreig.

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Parish of Saint Cyrus

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