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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BOATH HOUSE Boath House
Boath House
Boath House
Revd. [Reverend] J. Reid
Mr. A. Laidlaw
Mr. J. Mann
002 A large square mansion three stories high with an Ionic front in all other respect plain and unassuming and quite modern, the out offices are adjacent and in keeping with the mansion modern and in good repair the property and residence of Sir James Dunbar Bart. [Baronet]
BOATH MILL (Corn) Boath Mill (Corn)
Boath Mill (Corn)
Boath Mill (Corn)
Revd. [Reverend] James Reid Auldearn Manse
Mr. Adam Laidlaw Auldearn School
Mr. J. Mann Meadowfield
002 A Corn mill and farm steading, the mill is worked by water power one storey high slated & in good repair, the steading consists of a dwelling house and outoffices all one storey high thatched and in good repair, the property of Sir James Dunbar, Bart. [Baronet] Boath
KINNUDIE Kinnudie
Kinnudie
Kinnudie
Kinnudie
Kinnudie
Revd. [Reverend] J. Reid
Mr. A. Laidlaw
Mr. J. Mann
Mr. Hugh McIntosh occupier
Ranald Macdonald Esqr. Factor Cluny Castle Aberdeenshire
002 A farm steading dwelling house and out office the former two the latter one storey high Slated and in good repair the property of John Gordon Esqr. Cluny Castle, Aberdeenshire

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