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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MUIRSIDE Muirside
Muirside
Muirside
William Brodie Esqr Brodie Castle
Revd [Reverend] John McEwan, Manse, Dyke
Mr Alexander Paxton, Schoolmaster Dyke
010.10 This is a farm house, one story high, with steading attached both of which are thatched, and in fair condition William Brodie Esqr proprietor
LITTLE BURN Little Burn
Little Burn
Little Burn
William Brodie Esqr
Revd [Reverend] John McEwan
Mr Alexander Paxton
010.10; 010.11 This name applies to a small Stream, which issues out of a small lake opposite Brodie Castle, and runs in an Eastern direction passing through the village of Dyke, and enters the muckle Burn, about half a mile to the south fo that village
MANSE [parish church, Dyke] Manse
Manse
Manse
William Brodie Esqr
Revd [Reverend] John McEwan
Mr Alexander Paxton
010.10 This is a substantial building two stories high, situated at the west end of Dyke village, at the side of the Little Burn It is slated and in good repair. It is the Manse of the Established Church of Scotland & is the property of the Heritors

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Elginshire -- Ph [Parish] of Dyke & Moy

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