List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Glenferness House
Glenferness House
Mr .Dougall Proprietor
William Grigor Esq. Elgin
Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Mackenzie, Ardclach
008 Is a very handsome edifice beautifully situated on the S. east side of the River Findhorn about two miles south west from Ardclach Parish Church. The Proprietor has recently erected a private cemetery within the grounds. It is situated on the hill directly north of the mansion. The gardens which are commodious and well laid out are convenient to the house, also the offices
PRINCESS' STONE (Sculptured) Princess' Stone (Sculpture)
Princess' Stone (Sculpture)
Princess' Stone (Sculpture)
Rev: [Reverend] Mr Mackenzie
Mr. McPherson Glenferness
Mr. Leslie, Drumlochan
008 The Following extract is taken from the New Statistical Account:- There is a curious obelisk, situated in a haugh on Glenfairness, on the river side, and about a mile below the old bridge of Dulcie. Characters somewhat similar to those on Sueno's Pillar, near Forres, are sculptured on it, but it is scarcely half the height of the Forres obelisk. The sculpture is nearly the same on both
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County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach

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The remarks on the Princess Stone go over the page, the notes on the stone come from page 31/32 Ardclach Parish Nairnshire New Statistical Account

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