List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INGRASTON (Remains of) Arch (Ancient)
Arch (Ancient)
Ingraston (Remains of )
Ingraston (Remains of )
R Gordon Esqr Halmyre
Thomas Kirkpatrick
Mr. McKenzie W.S. [Writer to the Signet] Hill St. Edinr [Edinburgh]
Mr Rankin S.S.C. [Solicitor in the Supreme Court] Queen Street Edin [Edinburgh]
007 This is the only remains of the ancient manor house of Ingraston. About 30 years ago, it the house was in an ruinous state, and was all pulled down, the stones were taken to build the present farmhouse of Ingraston. The then proprietor ordered the present arch, to be rebuilt, and made in its original state, and on the same ground. It is the property of Mr. Woodrep Garvald House.

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[Note] -- This house was of some Antiquity And was the Mansion house of the Estate of Ingraston. The existing Remains are left for the purpose of Indicating where the house stood -- Mr McKenzie of Dophinton, (And Hill St. Edinr [Edinburgh]) An adjoining proprietor, States that the proper name of this Mansion was "Ingraston" and recommends this to be written on plan.

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