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BURN OF FEDDAN Burn of Feddan
Burn of Feddan
Burn of Feddan
W Brodie Esqr
Revd [Reverend] John McEwan
Mr A. Paxton
010.10 This name is given to a small burn which drains a marsh in the adjoining county of Nairn and runs in an Eastern direction for about three miles when it enters a small lake in front of Brodie Castle
Brodie Castle
Brodie Castle
William Brodie Esqr proprietor
Revd [Reverend] J McEwan
Mr A Paxton
010.10 This is a lage irregular building four stories high situated in an extensive demense about 4 miles to the west of Forres. The present building was erected in 1604, on the site of a former castle, which was destroyed by fire about that time
The Statistical Account says;- Brodie House is an irregular castlellated building, a large addition to the old mansion house was built by the present proprietor in the Old English Style of architecture. The dates 1602 and 1846 appear on some of the windows, cut in Stone

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