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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BARON'S HOUSE (Site of) Site of Baron's House
Site of Baron's House
Site of Baron's House
Site of Baron's House
Baron Nisbet's House
Captain Hamilton M.P. Proprietor
William Cassels Gardener
J. Christie Stewa
Reverend Joseph Loudon Parish Minister
New Statistical Account
018.01 "One of the cross stones at which the Barons anciently held their courts stands near the site of Baron's Nisbet's house (the adjoining orchard to which is called "Baron's Yaird")
New Statistical Account.
The site of this house, of which there is nothing known by the personal authorities quoted , except the name, as pointed out by William Cassels, gardener, and stsated by the other authorities is in the orchard known as the "Baron's Orchard" at the place shown in position on trace. There is a stone lying at the site of the house, about 3 feet in length bearing some carving of an ornamental kind, and at the top of it is cut a cross, now , as well as other cuttings or designs, much defaced.The site of the house is well known to the authorities mentioned. There is a stone cross in the field adjoning the orchard on the east side.

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Site of Barons' House; The situation is described in the transcription as 018-10 when it should read 018-01. Notification sent.

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