List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Tollbooth [continued from page 37] building has an ancient appearance and is supposed to have been built in 1607, it is situated at the N.E. [North East] corner of the Harbour and is now used as a Store &c.
"Its existence as a burgh was at an early period recognised by the Legislature, and an Act of Parliament in 1607, c. 10, ordains 'the said Burgh of Stonehaven to be in all time coming the head Burgh of the Sheriffdom of Kincardine." (New. Stat. Act. [Statistical Account] P. [Page] 229-30)
Town Spire Town Spire
Town Spire
Town Spire
James Tindal Esq (Pr. [Procurator] Fiscal)
Mr. R. Duthie (Stonehaven)
Mr. James Wood (Stonehaven)
017.04 A building at the N.E. [North East] Corner of John Street and its junction with High Street. There is a public Clock and Barometer in this Spire, and a Bell which is rung to Summon the people to and from work.

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Stonehaven -- Parish of Dunnottar

[signed] B. Render
Corp RE [Corporal Royal Engineers] 2/6/64

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