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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ABERDALGIE HOUSE Aberdalgie House Rev [Reverend] John Sharp
Mr Alexander Drysdale
097 [Situation] A few chains E. [East] of the parish Church
(Built on the site of the old mansion house of Oliphant family) A large handsome dwelling house & garden, extensive orchards & offices attached the property of the The Earl of Kinnoull & occupied by his factor Mr Lorrimer.
Site of ABERDALGIE CASTLE Rev [Reverend] John Sharp
Mr Alexander Drysdale
097 [Situation] A few chains E. [East] of the parish Church
(Built on the site of the old mansion house of Oliphant family) A large handsome dwelling house & garden, extensive orchards & offices attached the property of the The Earl of Kinnoull & occupied by his factor Mr Lorrimer.
CHURCH [parish] Church Rev [Reverend] John Sharp
Mr Alexander Drysdale
097 [Situation] Near the central portion of the parish
A small but suitable building in the graveyard of Aberdalgie. It was built in 1773 & has sittings for 300, average attendance being about 100 & average Communicants 90.
MANSE [parish] Manse Rev [Reverend] John Sharp
Mr Alexander Drysdale
097 [Situation] A few chains N W. [North West] of the parish Church
A large handsome house a little west of the church. It has a garden, glebe & offices attached & is occupied by the Ph. [Parish] minister Mr John Sharp.

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Parish of Aberdalgie -- Sheet 97 No. 16 Trace 4

[Aberdalgie House on the site of Aberdalgie Castle note] see extracts and notes in opposite page

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