List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Colinton House
Colinton House
Rev [Reverend] S. Balfour
Lord Dunfermline
County map
006 [Situation] 1/4 Mile N. [North] from Colinton Church.
A large and well constructed Mansion House erected in 1820 the residence and property of Lord Dunfermline. adjoining is a park and extensive Flower & Kitchen Garden.
CASTLE (Ruins of) [Colinton House] Castle (Ruins of) This name has been ascertained by Capt. [Captain] James Roayl Engineers when examining on the ground. 006 [Situation] About 10 Chains South of Colinton House.
A little S.E. [South East] of the building [Colinton House] is the remains of the Old Mansion House once the residence of the Foulis family which since 1820 has become ruins. It is called a castle in the locality
WOODHALL MILL (Barley) Woodhall Mill (Barley] J. Hunter
W. Cameron
006 [Situation] About 7/8 mile W. by S. [West by South] from Colinton Church.
A Mill, dwelling house, Offices & 12 acres of land attached occupied by John Hunter & the property of Sir William Foulis. This Mill is exclusively for the grinding of Barley

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