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Perthshire volume 07

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/25/7/1 AUCHTERARDER [parish] Auchterarder Auchterarder Auchterarder Auchterarder Auchterarder Auchterarder Auchterarder Sheriff's List of Parishes Revd.[Reverend] A.H.Gray Parish Minister Old Statistical Account New Statistical Account Fullarton's Gazetteer Oliver and Boyd's Almanac Johnston's County Map The parish of Auchterarder is in the Presbytery of Auchterarder, Synod of Perth and Stirling. Patron the Earl of Kinnoul. The parish is bounded on the east by Dunning parish; on the South by Glendevon parish; on the West by the Blackford Parish; And on the north by Trinity Gask parish. The parish contains about 11227 Statute Acres which includes a Detached portion containing 12½ acres, which is bounded on the east, and west, by Dunning parish; on the north by Findo Gask parish; and on the south by Trinity Gask parish. There are no detached portions of another parish situated within the parish of Auchterarder. The name of the parish is derived from the principal town in it, dignifying the summit of the rising ground which describes exactly its situation on the ridge of an eminence in the middle of Strathearn, commanding on the north and east, an extensive prospect of the adjacent country. The greater part of the parish is a flat and level country, lying on the south of the River Earn; it also includes some part of the Ochil Hill, particularly Craig Rossie. These hills are clothed to their summit with grass, and afford good sheep pasture. Almost the whole of the lower part of the parish is arable, and the northern declivity of the hills is arable a considerable way upwards.
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OS1/25/7/3 MILLANDS Millands Mr.William Johnston tenant Mr David Louden Mr Charles Morris Newbigging By Auchterarder Val [Valuation] Roll 1855-56 Valuation Roll 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwelling house, and offices, One storey, thatched and in 'good repair'. To which are attached, Tile works, garden etc.; the property of Lady Graeme of Inchbracky. Residing at Aberruthven Cottage, By Auchterarder.
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OS1/25/7/4 MAINS OF ABERUTHVEN Mains of Aberuthven Lease Mr. John Mailer tenant Mains of Aberuthven By Auchterarder Mr David Lowden, Nether Fordon, By Auchterarder Val [Valuation]-Roll- 1855-56 108 A farmsteading, dwelling house, and offices, two storeys, slated, and excellent repair. Property of the Earl of Camperdown. Lundies Near Dundee.
OS1/25/7/4 RUTHVEN WATER Ruthven Water Mr. David Lowden Mr.John Thompson, Drumtry Co.[Cottage] Mr.Robert White, Drumtry Mill, By Auchterarder. 108 With exception of the Earn, this is the only stream of any note in the parish. It rises in Gleneagles- flows through Kincardine Glen, touches the westend of Aberuthven village, and empties itself in the Earn, about a mile north of the village, aforesaid.
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OS1/25/7/5 EAST FORDUN East Fordun Col. [Colonel] Hunter, Auchterarder House, near Auchterarder. Mr. A. Morison, East Fordun. By. Auchterarder. Mr. D. Lounden, Nether Forden. By. Auchterarder. Val [Valuation] -Roll-1855.56. 108 A two story farm.house slated, and in good repair, steading attached, which is one story in height and slated. Mr.A.Morison, tenant Pr.[Property] of Colonel Hunter, Auchterarder House,
OS1/25/7/5 NETHER FORDUN Nether Fordun Mr. D. Louden. Mr. A. Morison. Col. [Colonel] Hunter Val [Valuation] -Role.-1855.56.- Val [Valuation] -Role . - 1857-58 108 A two story farmhouse, slated and in good repair, steading attached, which is one story in height and slated, Mr. D. Louden tenant. Col. [Colonel] Hunter Pr. [Proprietor]
OS1/25/7/5 DRUMTARSAL Drumtarsal Mrs. E. McEwan, Drumtarsal By Auchterarder. Lease (1856) Mr. A. Morison Val. [Valuation] Roll for 1857-8 108 A farmhouse and steading. both are slated and one story in height. Mrs Elizabeth McEwan, tenant, Col. [Colonel] Hunter Pr. [Proprietor].
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OS1/25/7/7 BELHIE Belhie Mr. Lorimer tenant Mr. Reid, Auchterarder Mr. A. Morrison East Fordun By Auchterarder Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 108 A farm house, Steading, and offices, the former two stories high, all slated and in good repair. Mr. Lorimer tenant, Earl of Camperdown, Pr. [Proprietor]
OS1/25/7/7 MINNOWBURN Minnowburn Mr. Robert Wilson, Minnowburn By Auchterarder Mr. D. Louden, Nether Fordun By Auchterarder Mr. J.E. Scott, Lingfield, Aberuthven Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 108 A small farm house & steading both are one story in height, slated & in good repair. Tenanted by Mr. Robert Wilson. Property of the Earl of Camperdown.
OS1/25/7/7 WAUKMILL Waukmill Mr. A. Kelly, Loanfoot, By Auchterarder Mr. J. Hart, Kirklands Mr. J. Stevenson, Hall of Aberuthven 108 A cot-house one story high, thatched and in good repair, occupied by farm laborers; Property of the Earl of Camperdown
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OS1/25/7/8 MOUNT Mount Mr. A. Morrison Mr. D. Louden, Nether Fordun Mr. J. Kelly Loanfoot 108 A cothouse one story high, thatched and in good repair. Property of the Earl of Camperdown, of Camperdown
OS1/25/7/8 ABERUTHVEN WOOD Aberuthven Wood Mr. A. Morrison Mr. J. McCleish, gamekeeper Mr. D. Louden 108 A large plantation, situated about a mile north west from the village of Aberuthven, the trees are chiefly fir. Property of the Earl of Camperdown.
OS1/25/7/8 ABERUTHVENWOOD COTTAGE Aberuthvenwood Cottage Mr. J. McCleish Mr. A. Morrison Mr. D. Louden 108 A large house, one story high, slated and in good repair, occupied by Mr. John McCleish, gamekeeper. Property of the Earl of Camperdown.
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OS1/25/7/9 TUMULUS (Supposed to be Roman) [Aberuthven] Tumulus Mr. Reid, Solicitor, Aucherarder Mr. J. Taylor, Aberuthven near Auchterarder Mr. J. McCleish, Aberuthvenwood Cottage, By Auchterarder 108 It is situated about a quarter of a mile north of the Village of Aberuthven. There were a number of Stone Coffins turned out it a few years ago, by the men who were employed in levelling it. It is on the Property of the Earl of Camperdown. It is supposed to be roman.
OS1/25/7/9 ST KATTAN'S CHAPEL (In Ruins) St. Kattan's Chapel Mr. Reid Solicitor Mr. J. Taylor Mr. Campbell, Solicitor, Auchterarder 108 A small building, which is partly in ruins, Situated a small distance west of the Village of Auchterarder. It was dedicated to St. Kattan - was one of the Parish Churches appropriated in 1200 to the abby of Inchaffray.
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OS1/25/7/10 A Mausoleum of the Dukes of Montrose erected within the graveyard "There is another ruin in the parish, the Old Church of Aberuthven. This parish appears to have been united to Auchterarder before the Reformation. The Minister, however of the United parishes continued to live in the Manse of Aberuthven, and often preached in that church. The dedicatory name was taken from old documents in the possession of Mr. Reid Solicitor.
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OS1/25/7/11 GAS WORKS [Aberuthven] Gas Works Mr. J. Stevenson, Hall of Aberuthven, By. Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter, Auchterarder House Mr. J. Taylor, Aberuthven By. Auchterarder 108 situated at the east end of the village of Aberuthven, Property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme.
OS1/25/7/11 Supposed Remains of DRUIDICAL TEMPLE [Aberuthven] Druidical Temple (Remains of) Mr. J. McCleich Mr. J. Taylor Mr. Lorimer, Belhie By. Auchterarder 108 A standing Stone about six feet in height above the surface, situated about three quarters of a mile north of the village of Aberuthven. It is in a natural state. On the Property of the Earl of Camperdown. It is supposed to be the remains of a Druidical Temple.
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OS1/25/7/12 FREE CHURCH [Aberuthven] Free Church Rev. [Reverend] Mr. J. McDonald, Aberuthven By. Auchterarder Mr. Small, Teacher, Aberuthven By. Auchterarder Mr. Stevenson Aberuthven, By. Auchterarder 108 A small plain building situated at the east end of the village of Aberuthven. It was erected in 185- With sittings to accommodate three hundres, Rev. [Reverend] Mr. J. McDonald Minister.
OS1/25/7/12 FREE CHURCH SCHOOL [Aberuthven] Free Church Shool Rev. [Reverend] Mr. J. McDonald Mr. Small, teacher Mr. J. Scott 108 A substantial one storey house, adjacent to the Free Church. The average number of pupils is above sixty. Mr. Small teacher
OS1/25/7/12 SCHOOL [Aberuthven] School Mr. Small Mr. J. Scott, teacher Mr. Stevenson 108 A small one story house situated in the village of Aberuthven. It is partly supported by government and partly by subscriptions, average number of pupils is about 60, Mr. John Scott teacher
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OS1/25/7/13 ABERUTHVEN MILL (Corn) Aberuthven Mill Mr. J. Hart, residing at Kirkland Mr. Duncan, Damside Mr. A. Kally, Loanfoot By. Auchterarder 108 A corn and barley mill and dwellinghouse the former is two stories, and the latter one storet in height, all in good repair, Mr. Hart tenant, James B. Duncan esqr. Damside pro. [Proprietor].
OS1/25/7/13 HALL OF ABERUTHVEN Hall of Aberuthven Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme Mr. J. Stevenson, tenant Estate plan Val. [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 108 A farm house two stories high steady partly two and one iin height both are slated and in very good repair, Mr. James Stevenson tenant, property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mr. Graeme
OS1/25/7/13 MOOR DAM 140
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OS1/25/7/14 BAILLIELANDS Baillielands Mr. J. Sharp, tenant Baillielands By. Auchterarder Lease 1858 Col. [Colonel] Hunter Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 Val [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 108 A two story farmhouse and steading which is partly one & two stories in height, all are slated and in good repair, tenanted by Mr. J. Sharp. Property of the Earl of Camperdown.
OS1/25/7/14 ABERUTHVEN COTTAGE Aberuthven Cottage Hon. [Honourable] Mr. Graeme Mr. J. Stevenson Estate Plan 108 A dwellinghouse, with suitable offices attached all are slated and in good repair, residence & Property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mr. Graeme.
OS1/25/7/14 ABERUTHVEN INN Aberuthven Inn Mr. J. Littlejohn Sign Board Mr. J. Thomson 108 A two story house situated about the centre of the village of Aberuthven. It has stabling attached, the house is slated and in good repair. Property & residence of John Littlejohn
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OS1/25/7/15 ABERUTHVEN Aberuthven Aberuthven Aberuthven Aberuthven Aberruthven Aberuthven Aberuthven Hon. [Honourable] Mr. Graeme Mr. J. Stevenson Estate Plan Old Statistical Account Stobie's County Map New Statistical Account Fullarton's Gazetteer 108 A small village situated two and a half miles east from Auchterarder, on the Perth Turnpike road. It contains, an Inn, Church, and two Schools. The houses are chiefly two stories in height, the majority of the inhabitants are employed at hand-loom weaving. Property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mr. Graeme.
OS1/25/7/15 OIL MILL (Wood Turning) Oil Mill Mr. Joseph Hill, tenant Mr. J. Stevenson Col. [Colonel] Hunter 108 A turning mill and dwelling house, the former is two stories and the latter one in height, both are slated and in good repair. Mr. Joseph Hill, tenant, Earl of Camperdown, Pr. [Proprietor]. It was once an Oil Mill
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OS1/25/7/16 LOANFOOT Loanfoot Mr. A. Hally, tenant Mr. A. Morrison Mr. J. Steveson, Hall of Aberuthven Val. [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 108 A farmhouse two stories high, with offices attached, which are one storey, slated, and in good repair. Mr. A. Hally tenant. Property of the Earl of Camperdown.
OS1/25/7/16 LOANHEAD Loanhead Mr. William McFarlane, occupier, Loanhead By. Auchterarder Mr. A. Hally, Loanfoot - By. Auchterarder Mr. A. Morrison, East Fordun Val [Valuation] Roll - 1855.56 108 A cothouse, one storey high, with an outhouse attached, slated, and in good repair, occupied by Mr. William McFarlane. Property of the Earl of Camperdown
OS1/25/7/16 POST OFFICE [Auchtergaven] Post Office Mr. J. McKewen, occupier Ticket on Window Mr. J. Stevenson 108 A post receiving office, subordinate to Auchterarder, situated in the Village of Aberuthven. Mr. J. McKewen Post master. Property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mr. Graeme
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OS1/25/7/17 DRUMTOGLE MILL (Corn) Drumtogle Mill Drumtogle Mill Drumtogle Mill The Hon [Honourable] Mrs Graham, Proprietress Aberuthven Cottage, By. Auchterarder Estate Plan Mr. Stevenson (acting as Factor) Aberuthven By Auchterarder Val [Valuation] Roll 1855-56 Val [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 108 A Corn mill situated about one mile north east from Aberuthven, and at the side of the Ruthven Water, Slated & in good repair, Robert White Tenant The Hon [Honourable] Mrs Graham Proprietress
OS1/25/7/17 DRUMTOGLE Drumtogle Drumtogle Drumtogle The Hon [Honourable] Mrs Graham Estate Plan John Thomson Tenant, Drumtogle By. Auchterarder Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 Val [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 108 A two storey farm house, with offices detached, both slated and in good repair. Tenant John Thomson Proprietress The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graham.
OS1/25/7/17 NORTH STRATHY North Strathy North Strathy North Strathy The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graham Estate Plan Andrew McFarlane Tenant, North Strathy By Auchterarder Val. [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 Val. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 108 A two storey farm house, with offices attached, slated and in good repair Andrew McFarlane Tenant The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graham Aberuthven Cottage near Auchterarder
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OS1/25/7/18 MIDDLE STRATHY Middle Strathy Middle Strathy Middle Strathy The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Estate Plan Robert Salmond, Steward Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 108 A farm house one storey high, with offices attached, Slated and in good repair. Tenant Robert Wilson Tenant The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Prop [Proprietrix].
OS1/25/7/18 FREE CHURCH MANSE [nr Westburn] Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Free Church Manse The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme John Thomson, Drumtogle Mr. Steven Marshall of Aberuthven By, Auchterarder 108 A large two storey dwelling house with offices, Garden & small ornamental ground attached, the house and offices slated & in good repair. Tenant Revd. [Reverend] James McDonald Prop. [Proprietrix] The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme
OS1/25/7/18 WESTBURN Westburn Westburn Westburn The Hon [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Estate Plan Mr. Donald Scott, Tenant, Wetburn, By. Auchterarder Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 Val [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 108 A farm house two storeys high with offices attached, slated and in good repair Donald Scott Tenant The Hon [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Proprietress
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OS1/25/7/19 STRATHYPLAIN Strathyplain Strathyplain Strathyplain The Hon [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme, Aberuthven Cottage By Auchterarder Estate Plan Mr. John McOwen, Tenant, Strathyplain By. Auchterarder 108 A farm house two Storeys high, with suitable offices attached, slated and in excellent repair. Tenant, John McOwen. Proprietress, The Hon [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme
OS1/25/7/19 SCOTTISH CENTRAL RAILWAY Scottish Central Railway Scottish Central Railway Scottish Central Railway Mr. J. Rennie, Station Master, Blackford Mr. J. Marshall, Station Master, Auchterarder Mr. J. Miller, Station Master, Crieff Junction 108 A double line of railway extending from Perth southward to Larbert Junction, it is in excellent repair and as telegraphic communication.
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OS1/25/7/21 KIRKTONLEES Kirktonlees Mrs. Dow, Kirkton Lees Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter, Auchterarder House, Mr. Reid, Writer Auchterarder Valuation Roll 1857-8 108 A one storey farm house with office houses, slated and in good repair. Property of, and tenanted by Mrs. Dow.
OS1/25/7/21 [Page] 21 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. 25 Inch Sheet 108, plan 13
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OS1/25/7/23 EAST KIRKTON East Kirkton East Kirkton East Kirkton Peter Stewart East Kirkton Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter Auchterarder House Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Mr. Reid Writer Auchterarder Valuation Roll 1857-8 108 A one storey farm house with office houses, the whole slated and in good repair. Property of Colonel Hunter, Auchterarder House, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. Tenanted by Peter Stewart.
OS1/25/7/23 WEST KIRKTON West Kirkton Alexander McGlashen West Kirkton Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid Val[uation] Roll 1855-56 Val [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 108 A one storey farm house with office houses, the whole slated and in good repair. Property of Miss Malcolm Auchterarder Castle, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. Tenanted by Alexander McGlashan.
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OS1/25/7/24 MIDDLE FORDUN Middle Fordun Middle Fordun Middle Fordun Mrs. McAnan, Middle Forden Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 Val [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 108 A one Storey farm house with office houses, slated and in good repair. Property of Col. [Colonel] Hunter. Tenanted by Mrs. McAnan
OS1/25/7/24 WHITEFOLD Whitefold Mrs. Gow, Whitefold, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid Val [Valuation] Roll 1855.56 108 A two storey farm house with office houses, the whole slated and in good repair. Property of Col. [Colonel] Hunter. Tenanted by Mrs. Gow.
OS1/25/7/24 WEST FORDUN West Fordun Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid Alexander McGlashan 108 A two storey farm house with office houses, slated and in good repair. The farm is in the hands of Col. [Colonel] Hunter.
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OS1/25/7/25 ST MACKESSOG'S WELL St. Mackessog's Well Mr. Reid Alexander McGlashen Mr. Miller, Wright, Auchterarder 108 This is a small well Situated on the North side of Auchterarder, and between the Pow Hillock and the old Parish Church. It is named after St. Mackessog - the patron saint of the old Ph. [Parish] Church. The water of this is considered superior to any in the vicinity of Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/25 KIRKTON BURN Kirkton Burn Mr. Reid Alexander McGlashen Miss Malcolm 108 This burn may be said to have its source in a pond a little on the South west of West Kirkton. It flows in an easterly direction and close to the old Parish Church, and empties itself into the Earn near the Mount It changes its name after passing the mill dam at Newbigging.
OS1/25/7/25 [Page] 25 County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. 25 Inch sheet 108, plan 14.
OS1/25/7/26 ST MACKESSOG'S CHURCH (Ruins of Old Parish Church) Church (Ph. [Parish] Ruins of) Mr. Reid Col. [Colonel] Hunter Alexander McGlashen 108 This old parish church is Situated between Auchterarder and Auchterarder House, about a quarter of a mile South from the latter, and on the eastern side of the main road, nothing earlier than A.D. 1200 is known concerning this ruin It was dedicated to St. Mackessog. It is of a rectangular shape. The four walls and one partition are the only remains. The highest part of this ruin is about 25 feet. The present parish church is in the town of Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/26 [Page] 26 County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. 25 Inch sheet 108 plan 14 The new Statistical Account is wrong in giving St. Mungo as the dedicatory name of this church. Mr. Reid, Solicitor, Auchterarder, has a Charter in which the church at Auchterarder is mentioned as being dedicated to St. Mackessog and the one at Aberuthven to St. Kattan. The present parish church is in the town of Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/27 NEWBIGGING Newbigging Newbigging Newbigging Newbigging Colonel Hunter Mr. Charles Morrison, tenant Mr. John Scott, Arns Valuation Roll 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, two, offices, partly one, and partly two storeys, slated, and in good repair; the property of Colonel Hunter, Auchterarder House.
OS1/25/7/27 KIRKLANDS Kirklands Kirklands Kirklands Kirklands James B. Duncan Esqr. Damside Mr. John Hart, tenant Mr. Charles Morrison Valuation Roll 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, two, offices, partly one, and partly two storeys, the whole, slated, and in excellent repair; the property of James B. Duncan Esqr. Damside.
OS1/25/7/27 DAMSIDE Damside Damside Damside Damside James B. Duncan, aforesaid Mr John Hart Mr John Lawrence, Pothill Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 A neat mansionhouse three storeys, with offices, ornamental grounds, orchard, garden &c. &c. attached; the property and residence of James B. Duncan Esquire.
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OS1/25/7/28 POTHILL Pothill Pothill Pothill Pothill James B. Duncan Esqr., Damside Mr. John Kawrence, tenant Mr. John Hart, Kirklands Valuation Roll 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, two, offices, partly one and partly two storeys, the whole, slated, and in good repair; the property of James B. Duncan Esqr.
OS1/25/7/28 DAMSIDE FARM Damside Farm Damside Farm Damside Farm James B. Duncan Esqr. Mr. John Hart, tenant Mr. Charles Morrison 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, two, offices, one storey, the whole, slated and in indifferent repair, the property of James B. Duncan Esqr.
OS1/25/7/28 WESTERTOWN Westertown Westertown Westertown Westerton Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme Mr. J. Stephenson, Factor Estate Plan Valuation Roll 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, one, offices partly one, and partly two storeys, the whole, slated and in good repair; the property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme, Aberuthven Cottage.
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OS1/25/7/29 BACKBURN Backburn Backburn Backburn Backburn Mrs. Dow, Kirkton Lees Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid Val[uation] Roll 1855.56 108 Three cottar houses situated on the Crieff and Auchterarder road and about 1½ miles from the latter. Property of Mrs. Dow, and Miss Malcolm.
OS1/25/7/29 KIRKTONPARK Kirktonpark David Fenton, Kirkton Park, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid 108 A one storey farm house with office houses, slated and in good repair. Property of Miss Malcolm Tenanted by David Fenton
OS1/25/7/29 PINER BURN Piner Burn Piner Burn Piner Burn Mr. Reid Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mrs. Dow, Kirkton Lees Nr. [Near] Auchterarder 108 A small burn rising & running through Backburn, in a easterly direction and empties itself into the Earn near to Knikell Bridge.
OS1/25/7/29 [Page] 29 County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. 25 Inch sheet-108, plan 14.
OS1/25/7/30 AUCHTERARDER HOUSE Auchterarder House Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid Alexander McGlashen 108 A very handsome house situated about a mile and a half north-east from Auchterarder. Property of and tenanted by Col. [Colonel] Hunter.
OS1/25/7/30 THE KING'S WOOD The King's Wood Miss Malcolm Auchterarder Castle Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter Mr. Reid 108 A narrow neck of wood on the south side of Auchterarder, and close to Auchterarder Castle on its north side. It is situated near to the ruins of [---] which was once the seat of some of the Kings of Scotland from which it has very probably derived its name.
OS1/25/7/30 THE POW HILLOCK The Pow Hillock Col. [Colonel] Hunter Alexander McGlashen Miss Malcolm 108 A small arable knowe situated on the south side of Auchterarder.
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OS1/25/7/31 RUTHVENSIDE Ruthvenside Ruthvenside Ruthvenside Ruthvenside Colonel Hunter Mr. John McFarlane, Auchterarder Mr. David Graham, Ruthvenpark Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 Two dwelling houses, one storey, slated, and in good repair; the property of Colonel Hunter, Auchterarder House.
OS1/25/7/31 CASTLEGARRICK Castlegarrick Castlegarrick Castlegarrick Castle Garrick Colonel Hunter Mr. Robert Gowans Mr John McFarlane Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 A dwellinghouse, one storey, thatched, and in good repair; the property of Colonel Hunter, and occupied by Mr Robert Gowans.
OS1/25/7/31 RUTHVENBANK Ruthvenbank Ruthvenbank Ruthvenbank Ruthvenbank Colonel Hunter Mr. John Scott, Arns Mr. John McFarlane Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 A dwellinghouse, two storeys, slated, and in good repair; the property of Peter Clark Esqr., Milton, and occupied by Mr. James Smith.
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OS1/25/7/32 RUTHVENPARK Ruthvenpark Ruthvenpark Ruthvenpark Colonel Hunter Mr. David Graham Mr John McFarlane 108 A dwellinghouse, one storey, slated, and in good repair, the property of Mrs Hezlop, of Auchtrarder, and occupied by Mr David Graham
OS1/25/7/32 AUCHTERARDER FARINA MILL Auchterarder Farina Mill Farina Mill Farina Mill P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Coul Mr. Peter mcNaughton, Manager Mr John Hart Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 A building, two storeys, slated, situate about a mile east of Auchterarder, having all the accommodations requisite for the manufacture of starch. Property of P.B. Smeaton Esqr., Coul, by. Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/32 NETHER COUL Nether Coul A. Mailor Esqr. Broadfold Mr. Peter McNaughton Mr. John Scott 108 Comprises the Dye Works and Dyer's residence, situate on the Ruthven Water, about a mile east of Auchterarder. The principal building of the works is two - the dwellinghouse, one storey, both slated, and in good repair; the property of A. Mailer, aforesaid.
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OS1/25/7/33 PAIRNEY BURN Pairney Burn Pairney Burn Pairney Burn Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme's Estate Plan Mr. J. Spehenson Mr. J. Christie, Brewer, Auchterarder 118 Formed by two small streams, the confluence of which, is about half a mile north of Corb Law. For about the first half mile of its course, it forms the boundry between the parishes of Dunning, and Auchterarder; and joins the Ruthven Water at Nether Coul.
OS1/25/7/33 MEANIE BURN Meanie Burn Meanie Burn Meanie Burn Col. [Colonel] Hunter, Auchterarder Ho. [House] Mr. Charles Mirrison Mr John Scott Estae Plan - Col. [Colonel] Hunter's possession. 118 In the continuation of Kirkton Burn. It is called Meanie Burn from the Mill Dam, west of Newbigging, to where it joins the River Earn, north west of the Mount. An adjacent farmsteading is called Monnowburn a similar but different name.
OS1/25/7/33 [Page] 33 County of Perth Parish of Auchterarder Pairney Burn - The original orthography retained to agree with the name of the farm house in 118/3 - See page 59 - As only a small part of this stream forms the boundary between Auchterarder & Dunning Parishes, the greater part being in Auchterarder, the termmiation ie is changed into ey on 118/8 of Dunning Ph. [Parish] to agree with Auchterarder. O.M.O [Ordnance Mapping Office] July 1865.
OS1/25/7/34 ARNS Arns Arns Arns Arns Hon. [Honourable] Mrs graeme Mr J Stephenson Estate Plan Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, one, offices, partly one, and partly two storeys, the whole, slated, and in good repair; the property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme, and occupied by Mr. John Scott.
OS1/25/7/34 LADYWELL Ladywell Ladywell Ladywell Ladywell Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Mr J. Stephenson Estate Plan Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, one, offices, partly one and partly two storeys, the whole, slated and in good repair, the property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme, and occupied by Mr David Campbell.
OS1/25/7/34 SHINAFOOT Shinafoot Shinafoot Shinafoot Shinafoot Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Mr J. Stephenson Estate Plan Valuation Roll for 1857-8 108 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, two, offices, partly one, and partly two storeys, the whole, slated and in good repair; the property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme, and occupied by Mr. Mungo Gow.
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OS1/25/7/35 GAS WORKS [Auchterarder] Gas Works Gas Works Gas Works Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker Mr. J Ogilvy Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster 118 A well built dwelling house and requisite buildings the whole slated and in excellent repair situated near the eastern extremity of Auchterarder, The Property of the Gas Company
OS1/25/7/35 [Page] 35 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. Lochy Burn - For authorities and descriptive remarks see Name Book of Blackford Parish
OS1/25/7/36 POWHILLOCK Powhillock Powhillock Powhillock Mr. Reid, Writer Auchterarder Col. [Colonel] Hunter, Auchterarder Ho. [House] Mr. Smetton, Banker 118 A Small dwelling house, the remains of a farm Steading, about a quarter of a mile north of Auchterarder, on the road to Kinkell, Occupied by a cottar. Property of Col. [Colonel] Hunter.
OS1/25/7/36 GREENBANK Greenbank Greenbank Greenbank Mr. Miller, Cabinet Maker, Auchterarder Agent for the property Dr. [Doctor] Forbes, Tenant Mr. Reid 118 A dwelling house two Storeys high with garden and offices attached, occupied by Dr. [Doctor] Forbes. Property of Mr. Isdale, Kenmount near the Bridge of Earn, by Perth.
OS1/25/7/36 TIPPERWHY (Well) Tipperwhy Tipperwhy Tipperwhy Mr. Reid Mr. Smitton, Banker Auchterarder Mr. J. Christie, Abbey Brewery 118 This name applies to a well on the north Side of the New Feaus, the meaning of this name is not known although it is evidently an Anglicized Gaelic word.
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OS1/25/7/37 COLEARN Colearn Colearn Colearn Miss McIntosh, Occupier Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. J. Ogilvy 118 A handsome and commodious house two Storeys high Slated and in excellent repair. It has garden and Offices attached, the Property of Mr. A. McIntosh, Office, at Swan & Edgar's. 10 Picadilly, London.
OS1/25/7/37 CLIFTON COTTAGE Clifton Cottage Clifton Cottage Clifton Cottage Mr. A. Wilson, proprietor Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. J. Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster 118 A neat one Storey house Slated and in excellent repair the Property of Mr. A. Wilson, Railway Inn. Tenant, Mr. Payne.
OS1/25/7/37 ABBEYHILL Abbeyhill Abbeyhill Abbeyhill Mr. William Christie, Proprietor Mr. J. Christie Mr. Reid 118 A handsome & commodious two Storey house Slated and in excellent repair. The property of and occupied by Mr. W. Christie.
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OS1/25/7/38 CENTRAL BANK OF SCOTLAND [Auchterarder] Central Bank of Scotland Central Bank of Scotland Central Bank of Scotland Mr. Smitton, Banker Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. J. Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster 118 A well built two Storey house sSated and in good repair, in which is the Office of the Central Bank of Scotland. The property of the Trustees of the late P Clark. Mr. J. Smitton, Banker, Trustee
OS1/25/7/38 UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND [Auchterarder] Union Bank of Scotland Union Bank of Scotland Union Bank of Scotland Mr. W. Young, Proprietor & Banker Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. J. Ogilvy, Schoolmaster 118 A handsome mansion house attached to which is the office of the Union Bank. The house bears the name of Belvidere. It is the property of W. Young Esqr. who is the Banker.
OS1/25/7/38 BELVIDERE Belvidere Belvidere Belvidere Belvidere Mr. W. Young, Proprietor Mr. Reid Mr. J. Ogilvy Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A handsome mansion house and offices, garden &c. attached, in excellent repair. The property of W. Young Esqr. Banker & Writer Auchterarder. Who occupies it.
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OS1/25/7/39 WOODSIDE Woodside Woodside Woodside Woodside Woodside James Smeaton Esqr. of Easter Coul P.B. Sleaton esqr. Coul Mr. James Thomson, tenant Valuation Roll for 1857-8 Stobie's County Map 118 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, two, offices, partly one, and partly two storeys, the whole, slated and in good repair; the property of James Smeaton, Easter Coul Near Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/39 BUTEND Butend Butend Butend James Smeaton esqr. P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Mr. James Clark, tenant 118 A dwellinghouse, one storey, slated, and in good repair; the property of James Smeaton Esqr.
OS1/25/7/39 DRUMMONDSFOLD Drummondsfold Drummondsfold Drummondsfold Drummondfold Lease (in Mr. Reid's possession) Mr. Reid, Writer, Auchterarder P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Mr. John McNaughton, tenant Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse and offices, one storey, the whole slated, and in good repair; the property of the Rev. [Reverend] John Smeaton
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OS1/25/7/40 TECHNAD BURN Technad Burn Technad Burn Technad Burn Mrs. Mailer, Cornhill Mr. James Thomson, Woodside Mr. John McNaughton D'fold [Drummondfold] Near Auchterarder 118 A small stream rising a little distance west of Black Maller, and flows in a northerly direction until it joins the Ruthven Water in Kincardine Glen.
OS1/25/7/40 MUIR OF AUCHTERARDER Muir of Auchterarder Muir of Auchterarder Muir of Auchterarder Mr. Reid, Writer, Auchterarder Mr Sinclair Inspector of Poor Auchterarder Mr David Lawson, Gallowhill, Nr, [Near] Auchterarder 118 This name applies to a number of dwellings two of which are in this parish - situate on the road between Auchterarder and Ardoch. The houses in question are one storey, slated and in good repair Various proprietors.
OS1/25/7/40 GALLOWHILL Gallowhill Gallowhill Gallowhill Gallowhill Mr Reid Mr. David Lawson, tenant Mr. Sinclair, inspector of poor, Auchterarder Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A dwellinghouse, one storey, slated, and in good repair; the property of Colonel Hunter, of Auchterarder House.
OS1/25/7/40 [Page] 40 County of Perth Parish of Auchterarder Muir of Auchterarder - This name was formerly applied to Common Lands in Auchterarder parish, but as the Common Lands are now all cultivated, the name is retained to these houses.
OS1/25/7/41 ABBEY BREWERY Abbey Brewery Abbey Brewery Abbey Brewery Mr. J. Christie Senr [Senior] Proprietor & Tenant. Mr. J & A Christie, Brewers Mr. Reid Writer 118 A fine two Storey house Situated towards the east end of Auchterarder, with Brewery Attached, the whole Slated and in good repair, the house is occupied by Mr. J. Christie Senr. [Senior], who is proprietor of the whole the Brewery carried on by Mr. J & A Christie, this place is said to have had some connection with the Abby of Inchaffray, but what is not known.
OS1/25/7/41 FEUS BREWERY Feus Brewery Feus Brewery Feus Brewery Mr. D. Farquharson, Proprietor Scott & Co. [Company] Brewers, Tenants. Mr. Reid, Writer. 118 A good sized Brewery at the eastern extremity of Auchterarder, the whole slated and in good repair, The property of Mr. D Farquharson, who is one of the firm of Scott & Co. [Company] who are Tenants.
OS1/25/7/41 NEW FEUS New Feus New Feus New Feus Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker. Mr. J. Christie, Brewer. 118 This name applies to the whole of the houses east of the Railway Inn. They are for the most part one storey in good repair, and inhabited by weavers, and laborers, whose property they are.
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OS1/25/7/42 FREE CHURCH [Auchterarder] Free Church Free Church Free Church Revd. [Reverend] W. Milne, Minister Mr. P.M. Ross, Schoolmaster, Free Church. Mr. Reid, Writer. 118 A handsome church built in the year 1843 by subscription the tower was added in 1845. It is seated for 800 The average number of communicants are 690 and the average attendance about 700.
OS1/25/7/42 MANSE [Free Church-Auchterarder] Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Revd. [Reverend] W. Milne. Mr. P.M. Ross. Mr. Reid. 118 A handsome two Storey dwelling house two Storey high, Slated and in excellent repair. Occupied by the Revd. [Reverend] W Milne.
OS1/25/7/42 SCHOOL [FreeChurch-Auchterarder] Free Church School Free Church School Free Church School Revd. [Reverend] W Milne. Mr. P.M. Ross. Mr. Reid. 118 This school is Situated within the walls of the Free Church and above the Session house. The average number of Scholars is 50 Boys & 40 Girls. Education , Classics & Mathematics Reading writing & geography. Schoolmaster Mr. P.M. Ross.
OS1/25/7/42 [Page] 42 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Free Church Manse - Note - As this Manse is so convenient to the Free Church to which it belongs it is considered superfluous to prefix Free Church to the Manse; and, although the parish Manse is convenient to this one the character of writing will distinguish both sufficiently. Free Church School - Note - As this school joins the Free Church and forms part of that building it is superfluous to write Free Church in the name of the school.
OS1/25/7/43 MILTON Milton Milton Milton Milton Mr. James Caw, Proprietor. Mr. Reid, Writer, Auchterarder Mr. J Ogilvy, Schoolmaster Ph. [Parish] School. Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A neat one Storey dwelling house with office, garden and dyeworks attached, the whole in good repair. The property of Mr. J Caw, who resides there and carries on the works.
OS1/25/7/43 WEST MILL (Corn) West Mill West Mill West Mill Mr. J Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster Mr. Reid, Writer. Mr. Smitton, Banker. Mr. Wallace, Tenant. 118 A large and commdious mill for Corn & Barly with houses attached the whole Slated and in excellent repair. The property of Col. [Colonel] Hunter Tenanted by. Mr. Wallace.
OS1/25/7/43 POST OFFICE [Auchterarder] Post Office Post Office Post Office Mr. J. Stewart, Proprietor, & Postmaster. Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker 118 A well built two storey house, centrally situated, there are 4 Sub Offices in connection with this one. There are 4 deliveries per diem, & 4 dispatches 2 north & 2 south. Mr. J Stewart, Postmaster.
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OS1/25/7/44 CHURCH [Auchterarder] Church (ph. [Parish]) Church (ph. [Parish]) Church (ph. [Parish]) Mr. J Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster. Mr. Reid, Writer. Mr. Smitton, Banker. 118 This church was rebuilt in 1784 and in 1812 it was enlarged, it is seated for --. The average number of Communicants is 500. The Church is situated about the centre of the town and is a plain building.
OS1/25/7/44 MANSE [parish-Auchterarder] Manse (Ph. [Parish]) Manse (Ph. [Parish]) Manse (Ph. [Parish]) Mr. J Ogilvy. Mr. Reid Mr. Smitton. 118 A handsome two Storey house with offices, garden & glebe attached. The whole are Slated and in excellent repair. Occupied by the Revd. [Reverend] Young.
OS1/25/7/44 SCHOOL [Auchterarder] School (Ph. [Parish]) School (Ph. [Parish]) School (Ph. [Parish]) Mr. J Ogilvy. Mr. Reid. Mr. Smitton. 118 A plain building two storeys high with schoolmasters house on the 2nd flat. The whole slated and in good repair number of pupils 70 Boys 68 Girls, Education, Classics and Mathematics, Reading, Writing and Geography. Mr. J Ogilvy Schoolmaster.
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OS1/25/7/45 MANSE [South U.P.-Auchterarder] South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse Revd. [Reverend] G. Jack, Occupier Mr. Reid, Writer. Mr. Smitton. 118 A well built two Storey dwelling house, Situated close to the church, it is Slated and in excellent repair The Property of the congregation of the S.U.P. [Scottish United Presbyterian] Church.
OS1/25/7/45 TOWNHEAD SCHOOL Townhead School Townhead School Townhead School Mr. William Laurie, Schoolmaster. Mr. J Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster. Mr. Reid, Writer. 118 A large and commodious school with masters house detached the whole slated and in excellent repair. It is supported by the School Fees and a Govt. [Government] Grant, Pupils 68 Boys, 50 Girls. Mr. W. Laurie Schoolmaster.
OS1/25/7/45 SHEDDAN'S SCHOOL Sheddan's School [Endowed] Sheddan's School [Endowed] Sheddan's School [Endowed] Mr. Hannah Lundie, Schoolmaster. Mr. Reid, Writer. Mr. Smitton, Banker. 118 A Substantial and commodious School with Schoolmasters house detached, it was founded by John Sheddan and endowed with the interest of £1,000 on condition of 12 poor children being taught gratis. It has since been enlarged, and at present there are 126 Scholars 70 Boys & 55 Girls, Education, Classics & Mathematics, Reading Writing & Geography. Schoolmaster Mr. Hannah Lundie.
OS1/25/7/45 [Page] 45 County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse - it is superfluous to prefix the name of the church to the Manse as both are so contiguous, and this Manse cannot be taken for the Manse of another church it being so close to the church to which it belongs.
OS1/25/7/46 NORTH UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Auchterarder] North U.P [United Presbyterian] Church North U.P [United Presbyterian] Church North U.P [United Presbyterian] Church Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker. Mr. J Ogilvy. 118 A small church built in the year 1813 by Subscription, it is seated for 500. The Average number of Communicants is 250. Minister the Revd. [Reverend] Dr. W. Pringle.
OS1/25/7/46 NORTH UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MANSE [Auchterarder] North U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse North U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse North U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker Mr. J. Ogilvy. 118 A small one Storey house, Slated and in good repair, situated about ¼ of a mile south of the Church. Occupied by the Revd. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] W. Pringle.
OS1/25/7/46 SOUTH UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Auchterarder] South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church Revd. [Reverend]G. Jack, Minister U.P. Mase Auchterarder Mr. Reid. Mr. Smitton. 118 A neatly built church situated about the centre of the Village of Auchterarder it was built in 1860 and is seated for 650. The average number of communicants is 517. Revd. [Reverend] G. Jack Minister.
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OS1/25/7/47 AUCHTERARDER CASTLE (Remains of) Auchterarder Castle (Remains of] Auchterarder Castle (Remains of] Auchterarder Castle (Remains of] Miss Malcolm, Proprietress Mr. Reid. Mr. Smitton. 118 The remains of this Castle are situated about ¼ of a mile to the north of the town, and in the farm yard of the Castle Mains, & consist of a remnant of a wall, which is cemented so firmly, that it was hardly possible to pull it down. It is said to have been used as a hunting seat by King Malcolm Canmore, and also that Edward 1st passed a night there on the 20th June 1296. The whole of the dykes and building in the vicinity are partly built with stone from the Castle.
OS1/25/7/47 CASTLE MAINS Castle Mains Castle Mains Castle Mains Castle Mains Miss Malcolm, Proprietress Mr. Reid. Mr. Smitton. Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A comfortable two Storey farm house with offices attached, the whole Slated and in excellent repair; the property of Miss Malcolm and occupied by her.
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OS1/25/7/48 AUCHTERARDER [town] Auchterarder Auchterarder Auchterarder Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker. Mr. J Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster. 118 The Burgh of Auchterarder was once of considerable consequence, although its priviledges are now lost, it is about 1½ miles long and consists of one Street. There are 4 Schools 5 Churches 8 Inns 2 Brewerys 2 Banks, and the head district post office, situated within it, the houses are generally of the Smaller Class, and the property of the Inhabitants. It is situated at the west end of Strathearn. There is also a weekly market held on Saturday evening for grain.
OS1/25/7/48 EVANGELICAL UNION CHAPEL [Auchterarder] E.U. [Evangelical Union] Chapel E.U. [Evangelical Union] Chapel E.U. [Evangelical Union] Chapel Mr. Hutton, Painter, Auchterarder Mr. Reid. Mr. Smitton. 118 A small and neat church built 1858, and seated for 200. There is not a resident minister for this chapel. It is an Evangelical Union Chapel, and belongs to the Morisons
OS1/25/7/48 MILTON HOUSE Milton House Milton House Milton House Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker. Mr. J Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster. 118 A commodious two storey house with offices and garden attached the whole in excellent repair. The property of the Trustees of the late P. Clark, at present unoccupied. Mr. J. Smitton, Banker, Auchterarder, Trustee.
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OS1/25/7/49 STAR INN [Auchterarder] Star Inn Star Inn Star Inn Mr. A Kerr, Innkeeper. Mr. Reid, Writer. Mr. Smitton, Central Bank. 118 A neat & comfortable Inn with stabling and offices attached the whole slated and in good repair. The property of Mr. William Dun, 48 Maitland Street, Glasgow. Tenanted by Mr. A Kerr.
OS1/25/7/49 CROWN INN [Auchterarder] Crown Inn Crown Inn Crown Inn Mr Duncan Cameron, Innkeeper. Mr. Reid, Writer Mr. Smitton, Banker 118 A well built and comfortable house two storeys high, Slated and in excellent repair, the Property of John Monteith, Cairns, St. Mungos, Gleneagles. Tenanted by Mr. Duncan Cameron.
OS1/25/7/49 RAILWAY INN Railway Inn Railway Inn Railway Inn Railway Inn Mr. A Wilson, Proprietor and Occupier Mr. Reid. Mr. Smitton. Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A neat two Storey house Slated and in good repair, with stabling attached The Property of and occupied by Mr. A. Wilson.
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OS1/25/7/50 RUTHVENSIDE Ruthvenside Ruthvenside Ruthvenside Ruthvenside Mr. David Hally, Tenant Mr. Reid, Writer, Auchterarder Mr. Smitton, Banker, Auchterarder Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A small dwelling house one Storey high with Smithy, the whole Slated and in excellent repair, the Property of Mr. J. Thomson, 79, Nethergate Dundee. Mr. D. Hally Tenant.
OS1/25/7/50 BANKHEAD Bankhead Bankhead Bankhead Bankhead Mr. Daniel Syme, Proprietor, Draper Auchterarder. Capt. [Captain] J. Morrison, Aberdeen Militia Tenant of Woodend Mr. Reid. Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A small neat farm house & Steading the whole Slated & in excellent repair. The property of Mr. Daniel Syme. Tenant, David Black.
OS1/25/7/50 WOODEND Woodend Woodend Woodend Woodend Mr. James Syme, Proprietor, Dtaper Capt. [Captain] Morrison, Aberdeen Militia Tenant Mr. Reid. Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A Small farm house with Steading attached the whole Slated and in good repair The Property of Mr. James Syme. Tenanted by Capt. [Captain] J. Morrison.
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OS1/25/7/51 CASTLETON MILLS (Woollen Yarn) Castleton Mills Castleton Mills Castleton Mills Mr Reid Mr Ramag, foreman of the Works, Mr. Sinclair 118 This name comprises a large spinning mill, and several dwelling houses. The former is two storeys high - was erected for the manufacture of Woollen Yarn. Property of William Holly & Co. [Company]. The latter are partly one, and partly two storeys, Slated, and in excellent repair; the propy [property] of Miss Malcom, Auchterarder Castle.
OS1/25/7/51 LOWER BORELANDPARK Lower Borelandpark Lower Borelandpark Lower Borelandpark Nether Boreland Park Mr Reid Mr Sinclair Mr. Ramag Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A number of tenements lying between Castleton Mills & the parish Boundry. The dwellings are one storey, partly slated, and partly thatched; the property of Col. [Colonel] Hunter.
OS1/25/7/51 UPPER BORELANDPARK Upper Borelandpark Upper Borelandpark Upper Borelandpark Upper Boreland Park Mr Reid Mr Sinclair Mr Ramag Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 Several tenements, situate a short distancenorth west of the Village of Auchterarder. The dwellings are one storey, thatched. Prop. [Property] of Col. [Colonel] Hunter.
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OS1/25/7/52 AUCHTERARDER T.P. Auchterarder Main Bar Auchterarder Main Bar Auchterarder T.P. [Turnpike] Auchterarder T.P. [Turnpike] Auchterarder T.P. [Turnpike] As written on list of tolls Muir Improvement Act 1860 Mr Reid. Mr. Smitton, Banker Mr. A. Christie Mr. J. Murdoch, Auchterarder 118 A turnpike situated at the west end of the Village of Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/52 UPPER STRATHEARN COMBINATION POOR HOUSE Upper Strathearn Combination Poorhouse Upper Strathearn Combination Poorhouse Mr Reid, Writer Mr Sinclair Mr. J Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster Mr. Smitton, Banker 118 A large edifice (having by the way a more sprightly aspect than the majority of work houses) situated in the western corner of the parish. It was erected to accommodate the poor of eleven parishes
OS1/25/7/52 CARLOWNIE BURN Carlownie Burn Carlownie Burn Carlownie Burn Curlouny Burn Curlouny Burn Curlouny Burn Carlounie Burn Carlounie Burn Mr. J. Cunningham Mr. A. Christie Mr. W. Christie Mr. Monteith, Brioch, by Crieff Mr. James Thomson, Woodside Mr. John McNaughton D'fold [Drummondsfold]. Lease of Toswell Common Hill dated 10 Augt [August] 1801 Mr. W. Young, Writer & Banker, Auchterarder, Agent for the Property 118 A Small Stream which forms the South west boundary of the Ph. [Parish] it flows in a northerly direction and fall into the Ruthven Water near to Kincardine Castle.
OS1/25/7/52 [Page] 52 County of Perth Parish of Auchterarder Upper Strathearn Combination Poor House - The authorities will not agree to Substitute Union for Combination in this name. The name Supplied is the one used in all Deeds and Documents connected with it. Carlownie Burn - All the Authorities agree to writing the name Carlownie Burn in preference to Carlounie Burn. See Carlownie Hill in Glendevon parish.
OS1/25/7/53 EASTER COUL Easter Coul Easter Coul Easter Coul Easter Coul James Smeaton Proprietor Mr. P. B. Smeaton Coul Mr. Andrew Christie Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A neat house, with offices attached, two storeys high, slated and in excellent repair James Smeaton Tenant and Proprietor
OS1/25/7/53 CROFTSPINK Croftspink Croftspink Croftspink James Fleming Tenant Mr Smeaton Coul Mr. Christie, Brewer, Auchterarder 118 A small cotter house, one storey high, thatched, and in fair repair. Tenanted by James Fleming farm laborer Proprietor P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Coul
OS1/25/7/53 THORNTON HOUSE Thornton House Thornton House Thornton House James Marshall Station Master Auchterarder David Lowe Tenant Inspector of Way Mr Christie 118 A dwelling house, two storeys high slated and at present undergoing repairs Tenant David Lowe Railway Inspector Property of the Scottish Central Railway Company
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OS1/25/7/54 AUCHTERARDER STATION Auchterarder Station Auchterarder Station Auchterarder Station James Marshall Station Master Mr Christie Brewer Auchterarder Dr. [Doctor] Forbes M.D. [Medicinae Doctor] Auchterarder 118 A neatly built substantial Station House, two storeys high, with 1st & 2nd Class Waiting rooms, Slated, and in good repair. James Marshall, Master. It is situated about ¾ of a mile S [South] of Auchterarder Village
OS1/25/7/54 THORN Thorn Thorn Thorn Thorn John Moies Tenant P.B. Smeaton Propr [Proprietor] Mr Christie Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A farm house two storeys high, with offices; the whole slated and in middling repair Tenant John Moies Proprietor P.B. Smeaton Esqr.
OS1/25/7/54 LOCHIE Lochie Lochie Lochie Lochie Lochee Mr Christie Dr [Doctor] Forbes Mr William Sheddan Proprietor New Statistical Account Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A pretty farm house two Storeys high with offices attached, slated and in good repair Tent [Tenant] & Propr [Proprietor William Sheddan, Lochie near, Auchterarder
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OS1/25/7/55 RYECROFT Ryecroft Ryecroft Ryecroft The Non. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Estate Plan Mr. A. Christie 118 A small cotter house one storey high, thatched, and in good repair Proprietress The Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme
OS1/25/7/55 UPPER COUL Upper Coul Upper Coul Upper Coul P.B. Smeaton Esqr Alexander Cameron Mr. A. Christie 118 A farm house one storey high with attics, and offices attached slated and in good repair Tenant Alexander Cameron Proprietor P.B. Smeaton Esqr
OS1/25/7/55 GREEN'S BURN Green's Burn Green's Burn Green's Burn P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Mr. A. Christie Dr [Doctor] Forbes M.D. [Medicinae Doctor] 118 A small stream rising in the ochils between Craig Rossie & Ben Effric, and flowing into the Pairney Burn immediately below Upper Coul It is on the Hon. [Honourable] Mrs Graeme's Estate
OS1/25/7/55 [Page] 55 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Sheet 118-3
OS1/25/7/56 COUL Coul Coul Coul Coul P.B. Smeaton Esqr James Smeaton, Easter Coul Mr Andrew Christie Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A gentleman's seat with offices and pleasure ground attached. The dwelling house is two storeys high, and is, as well as the offices slated. P.B. Smeaton Tenant & Proprietor
OS1/25/7/56 BLACK SWILTH Black Swilth Black Swilth Black Swilth P.B. Smeaton Esqr James Smeaton Mr P Lawrence Stationer Auchterarder 118 A large deep linn on the Pairney Burn, formed by the junction of the Green Burn. It is surrounded by perpendicular rocks, and can only be approached at the lower end
OS1/25/7/56 DALRY BURN Dalry Burn Dalry Burn Dalry Burn P.B. Smeaton Esqr Coul Mr James Christie Brewer Auchterarder Mr John Moies, Thorn 118 A small Stream rising in the Ochil Hills about 3½ miles south of Auchterarder village, and flowing in a northern direction untill it falls into the Ruthven Water near Fosswell Law Mill It only bears the name of Dalry Burn from where the Auchterarder & Glen Deoon Road crosses until its mouth
OS1/25/7/56 [Page] 56 County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. Sheet 118-3.
OS1/25/7/57 MILLBANK Millbank Millbank Millbank Millbank John Gardener Proprietor James Duff Tenant Mr Andrew Christie Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A small dwelling house one storey high, partly thatched and partly slated in good repair James Duff Tenant John Gardener Kingwells Proprietor
OS1/25/7/57 SUNNYBRAE Sunnybrae Sunnybrae Sunnybrae Sunnybrae Mr William Young Writer Auchterarder Mr H Moncrieff, The Feus Propr [Proprietor] Auchterarder Mr Andrew Christie Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 Two small pendicles one storey high slated and in fair repair Tenants George Wilson and Andrew Dunn Henry Moncrieff Proprietor Feus Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/57 EAST MILL (Corn) East Mill East Mill East Mill Eastmill P.B. Smeaton Propr. [Proprietor] Coul Mrs Cant Tent [Tenant] Mr Andrew Christie Valuation Roll for 1857 118 A large corn mill two storeys high also two dwelling one storey high and offices attached; the whole slated, and in good repair Tenant Mrs Cant Proprietor P.B. Smeaton Esqr Coul Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/57 [Page] 57 County of Perth Auchterarder Ph. [Parish] Sheet 118-3
OS1/25/7/58 KINGSWELLS Kingswells Kingswells Kingswells Kingswells Mr John Gardener Resident & Propr. [Proprietor] Mr Andrew Christie Brewer Auchterarder Dr [Doctor] Forbes M.D. [Medical Doctor] Auchterarder Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A Substantial dwelling house two storeys with offices attached, slated and in -- repair This name includes the above house and a few dwelling houses on the E [East] side occupied by different tenants & the property of David [N---] Carter Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/58 RUTHVENBANK CHEMICAL WORKS Ruthvenbank Chemical Works Ruthvenbank Chemical Works Ruthvenbank Chemical Works Mr James Smith Tenant Peter Clarke Esqr Miton Ho [House] Proprietor Mr Andrew Christie 118 A large buidling situated at the N[orth] side of the Ruthven Water, one storey high, s;ated and in good repair James Smith Tenant Peter Clarke Esqr Milton House Auchterarder Now deceased Trustees of the late P Clarke Proprietor Mr. J. Smitton, Auchterarder, Trustee.
OS1/25/7/58 FOSSWELL SAW MILL Fosswell Saw Mill Fosswell Saw Mill Fosswell Saw Mill P.B. Smeaton Esqr Proprietor Mr. H. Drummond Tenant Mr Andrew Christie 118 A saw mill and two dwelling houses all one storey high, slated and in good repair H Drummon Tenant P.B. Smeaton Esqr Proprietor Coul Near Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/58 [Page] 58 County of Perth Auchterarder Ph. [Parish] Sheet 118-3
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OS1/25/7/59 PAIRNEY Pairney Pairney Pairney Pairney Mr David Graham Tenant The Hon, [Honourable] Mrs Graeme Estate Plan Valuation Roll 1857-8 118 A farm house two Storeys high with suiable offices attached, slated and in good repair Tenant David Graham Proprietor The Hon: [Honourable] Mrs Graeme, Aberuthven Cottage, by Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/59 KAY CRAIG Kay Craig Kay Craig Kay Craig Mr David Graham James Smeaton Easter Coul Mr Andrew Christie 118 A large Craig on the west side of the Pairney Burn. The rocks are about 100 feet high on the east side and almost perpendicular. The name is derived from old Scottish way of pronouncing Jack Daw.
OS1/25/7/59 CASTLE CRAIG Castle Craig Castle Craig Castle Craig Mr David Graham P.B. Smeaton Coul Mr Andrew Christie 118 A small conical shaped hill on the east side of the Pairney Burn, and at the base of Craig Rossie. There is a small flat piece of land on which is said to be the remains of a Pictish Fort. There are not any traces remaining of this fort and as the information is very meagre it is not inserted upon the plan.
OS1/25/7/59 [Page] 59 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Sheet 118-3
OS1/25/7/60 EAST MILTON East Milton East Milton East Milton John Monteath Tenant & Proprietor Mr Andrew Christie Dr Forbes 118 Several small houses, tenanted by different proprietors; the houses on the west are one storey, and those on the east a two storeys high; the whole slated and in good repair. John Monteath, Peter George, & James Buchan, Tenants
OS1/25/7/60 BROADFOLD Broadfold Broadfold Broadfold Broadfold Mr Andrew Meiller Propr [Proprietor] & tenant P.B. Smeaton Coul Mr A Christie Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A farm house two Storeys high with suitable offices attached, Slated and in excellent repair Mr Andrew Meitter Tenant and proprietor
OS1/25/7/60 THORNY HILL Thorny Hill Thorny Hill Thorny Hill Mr Andrew Christie David Graham, Pairney farm Dr [Doctor] Forbes 118 A small hill Situated on the north of the road leading from Auchterarder to Dunning, and about 1½ miles from the former place. It is on the Aberuthven estate
OS1/25/7/60 [Page] 60 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Sheet 118-3
OS1/25/7/61 CRAIG ROSSIE Craig Rossie Craig Rossie Craig Rossie Craig Rossie Mr Smitton Coul Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Estate plan. Mr James Stevenson (Ground Factor) Hall of Aberuthven Aberuthven New Statistical Account Old Statistical Account 118 This is the most northern hill of the Ochils in the parish of Auchterarder. Its summit commands a view of Strathearn and Strathallan, also of Ben Lomond and most of the hills in that part of the country. From it also may be seen Dundee and the estuary of the Tay. It is the property of Mr Graeme Inchbrakie, Nr. [Near] Crieff.
OS1/25/7/61 HOLOGROGIN Hologrogin Mr Smitton Estate plan Mr James Stevenson 118 A hollow on Craig Rossie, Situated on its northern face and about midway between the foot and the summit of the hill
OS1/25/7/61 [Page] 61 County of Perth Ph. Auchterarder 25 Inch Sheet 118, Plan 4 Crieff Junction Railway - For Authorities and description see Name Book of Blackford Parish - 118/2 & 6
OS1/25/7/62 SLACK Slack Slack Slack Mr. Hart Kirkland Nr. [Near] Aberuthven Mr. Smitton Mr. Graham Pairney Nr. [Near] Auchterarder 118 A hollow in Craig Rossie a short distance southward from Hologrogin. On its north side there is a large bed of corse stones. Mr. Hart resided on the farm of which Slack is a part, for upwards of thirty years. Slack is on Mr. Graham's farm.
OS1/25/7/62 [Page] 62 County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder 25 Inch Sheet 118, plan 4
OS1/25/7/63 GREEN'S FALLS Green's Falls Mr. Taylor Andrew Flockhart Andrew Guild Coulshill Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. 118 This hill is Situated in the South of the parish of Auchterarder, and between the source of Glenclach burn and Cadgergate Head.
OS1/25/7/63 DUN MUIR Dun Muir Mr. Taylor Andrew Flockhart Mr. Mailer WEst Eind Nr. [Near] Auchterarder This is a low hill situated situated immediately south of Green's Falls, and between the latter and the Coul Burn.
OS1/25/7/63 CRAIG MEED Craig Meed Estate Plan Mr. Taylor Mr. Mailer Andrew Flockhart 118 A few rocks Situated in the South-eastern corner of the parish of Auchterarder, and on the northern side of an old cart track. They are the rocks in that part.
OS1/25/7/63 [Page] 62 County of Perth, Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. 25 Inch sheet 118, plan 16.
OS1/25/7/64 HEUCH OF COUL Heuch of Coul Heuch of Coul Heuch of Coul Heuch of Coul Mr. J Christie Mr. J Murdoch. Mr. J Fenton. New Statistical Account 118 A remarkable rocky chasm on the north west side of Craig Rossie, through which flows the Pairney Burn.
OS1/25/7/64 [Page] 64 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/65 OCHIL HILLS Ochil Hills Ochil Hills Ochil Hills Mr. Reid, Writer, Auchterarder Mr. Smitton, Banker, Auchterarder Mr. Ogilvy, Schoolmaster, Auchterarder 118 This range of hills occupy about ⅓ of the Ph. [Parish] the remainder being within Strath Earn. The northern Slopes are well Cultivated, and the hill pastures are of the best description for sheep and cattle.
OS1/25/7/65 ROMAN OUTPOST (Remains of) [Ben Effrey] Roman Outpost (remains of) Extract from Inquiry respecting the Site of the Battle of "Mons Grampius" by Lieut Col. [Lieutenant Colonel] Miller, CB. [Companion of The Most Honourable Order of the Bath] F.R.S. [Fellowship, Royal Society], London. Mr. Reid, Writer Auchterarder 118 Upon the Summit of Ben Efrey are situated the remains of a Camp the origin of which is doubtful to many, but when its position is considered, as well as its forming one of the chain extending from Caerpon to the Wall, its erection may be attributed to Agricola. This camp has had a triple rampart of Stone, and earth on the South Side which is the weakest.
OS1/25/7/65 [Page] 65 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Roman Outpost - The description in this case, also in page 70, is not to be depended on they were considered to be Outposts to the Camp at Ardoch and it was considered superfluous to add Camp of Ardoch to the name.
OS1/25/7/66 STRATH EARN Strath Earn Strath Earn Strath Earn Mr. Reid, Writer, Auchterarder Mr. Smitton, Banker, Auchterarder Mr. Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster 108 ; 118 Nearly two thirds of the Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder is included within Strath Earn. It is a fine agricultural district, and studded with numerous gentlemens Seats, Strath Earn is of great extent, reaching from Crieff to several miles east of the Bridge of Earn where the river joins the Tay.
OS1/25/7/66 RIVER EARN River Earn River Earn River Earn Mr. Reid. Mr. Smitton. Mr. Ogilvy 108 A considerable Stream forming partly the northern Bdy [Boundary] of the Ph. [Parish] it rises in Loch Earn and flows in an Easterly Direction through a beautiful country, till it empties itself into the Tay Several miles below Perth, for many miles along the upper part of this River, is Situated Some of the Finest Scenery in Perthshire
OS1/25/7/66 [Page] 66 County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/67 COUL HILL Coul Hill Mr. Smeaton Mr. Halden Peter Keorn 118 A hill about ¾ of a mile south east from Ogle Hill. It is partly covered with heathy pasture and partly with rough pasture.
OS1/25/7/67 MALLER BURN Maller Burn Estate plan in the possession of Mr. Young, Writer, Auchterarder Mr. Mailer Mr. Sheddan, Bellshill 118 This burn rises on the east side of Corn Hill, flows north-westerly & joins the Cloan burn near Bellshill.
OS1/25/7/67 CLOAN BURN Cloan Burn Mr. Sheddan (Pothill) Mr. Halden Mr. Mailer 118 Thus burn rises on the north-west of Steel's Knowe, its general course is northerly, and empties itself into the Ruthven near the Dye Works.
OS1/25/7/67 [Page] 67 Perthshire, Ph. [Parish of Auchterarder 25 Inch Sheet 118, plan 7
OS1/25/7/68 CLOANDEN Cloanden Mr, Halden Proprietor Mr. Mailer Mr. Sheddan, Pothill. 118 A two storey dwelling house with office houses, all in Excellent repair. Property of and tenanted by Mr. Halden, Cloanden, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/68 BROADGATE Broadgate Mr. Sheddan, Lochie, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. Proprietor Mr. Halden. Mr. Mailer. 118 A one storey farm house with office houses, slated and in middling repair. Property of Mr. Sheaddan, Lochie. Tenanted by farm laborers.
OS1/25/7/68 HOLTONMILL Holtonmill Mr. Halden. Mr. Sheddan, Pothill Mr. Smeaton (Proprietor) Coul Nr. [Near] Auchterarder 118 A Small cottar house, slated and in middling repair. This was once a flax mill. Property of Mr. Smeaton. Tenanted by Mr. Patten
OS1/25/7/68 [Page] 68 Perthshire, Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder 25 Inch sheet 118, plan 7
OS1/25/7/69 [Page] 69 [Blank Page]
OS1/25/7/70 WEST EIND . West Eind Wester Eind Mr. Mailer Proprietor Mr. Halden. Mr. Sheddan (Pothill) Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A two storey farm house with office houses, all Slated and in good repair. Property of Mr. Mailer, West Eind, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/70 ROMAN OUTPOST (Remains of) [Ogle Hill] Roman Outpost (Remains of) Mr. Halden Mr. Smeaton. Mr. Mailer Mr. Sheddan, Lochie Mr. Sheddan, Pothill. 118 This is the remains of a Roman or Pictish camp, situated on the summit of Ogle Hill. The most part of this camp is entirely defaced. The south-eastern part of it is the most complete - one part of the embankments -- about five feet in height. It appears to have been of a form approximate to the oval. Mr. Halden is of opinion that this is a Pictish camp. The remainder of the authorities agree in calling it a Roman camp.
OS1/25/7/70 [Page] 70 Perthshire Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. 25 Inch sheet 118, plan 7
OS1/25/7/71 GREEN MALLER Green Maller Mr. Mailer (Proprietor) WEst Eind Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Estate plan Mr. Taylor Fosswellbank Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. 118 A very conspicuous Knowe, crowned with a small patch of wood, Situated about half a mile south from West Eind. Mr. Mailer's property.
OS1/25/7/71 OGLE HILL Ogle Hill Mr. Smeaton Coul Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Mr. Mailer West Eind Mr. Halden Cloanden Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. 118 This is the next hill of the Ochil range westward of Ben Effrey. Its Summit is nearly all covered with wood. Part of this hill is Mr. Smeaton's property and part Mr. Halden's.
OS1/25/7/71 BELLSHILL Bellshill Valuation Roll 1862-3 James Sheddan (Proprietor) Mr. Mailer. 118 A one storey farm house with outhouses, slated and in middling repair. Property of and tenanted by James Sheddan Bellshill, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/71 [Page] 71 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder 25 Inch sheet 118, plan 7.
OS1/25/7/72 FOSSWELLBANK Fosswellbank Fosswellbank Fosswellbank Foswellbank Estate Plan Mr. Taylor (Under Factor) Mr. Mailer Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A large two storey dwelling house with office houses attached, the whole in Very bad repair. Property of Bishop Austin, South America. Tenanted by Mr. Taylor.
OS1/25/7/72 UPPER CLOAN Upper Cloan Over Cloan Peter Keorn Upper Cloan Nr. Auchterarder Mr. Halden, Proprietor Mr. Sheddan Pothill Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A two storey farm house with office houses attached slated and in Good repair. Property of Mr. Halden,. Tenanted by Peter Keorn.
OS1/25/7/72 POTHILL Pothill Pathill Mr. Sheddan (Proprietor) Mr. Mailer Mr. Taylor. Valuation Roll for 1857-8 Stobie's County Map 118 A one storey farm house with office houses, slated and in good repair. Property of and tenanted by, Mr. Sheddan, Pothill, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder.
OS1/25/7/72 [Page] 72 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder 25 Inch sheet 118. plan 7.
OS1/25/7/73 CRAIGLY BURN Craigly Burn Mr. Taylor (Under Factor) Fosswellbank Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Mr. Stewart (Keeper) Ruthvenside Nr. [Near] Auchterarder Estate Plan 118 A burn rising on the South face of Little Law, and flowing in a south-westerly direction untill it joins the Coul Burn about ten chains south-east of the junction of the Hodyclach and the Coul burns.
OS1/25/7/73 HODYCLACH BURN Hodyclach Burn Mr. Taylor Mr. Stewart Estate plan 118 This burn, a tributary of the Coul, rises about twenty chains directly east from Cadgergate Head, flows northerly, and joins the Coul Burn about midway between the junctions of the Mortley and Craigly burns with the Coul Burn
OS1/25/7/73 [Page] 73 Perthshire, Ph. [Parish] Auchterarder 25 in [Inch] sheet 118, plan 16.
OS1/25/7/74 CADGERGATE HEAD Cadgergate Head Estate Plan Mr. Taylor Andrew Flockhart Devon Hill Glen Devon Nr. [Near] Stirling 118 The point at which the statute Labor road between Auchterarder and Yetts of Muckhart intersects the south boundary of the parish of Auchterarder. Mr. Flockhart lived about these parts for nearly twenty years.
OS1/25/7/74 SIM'S HILL . Syme's Hill Sim's Hill Sim's Hill Sim's Hill Estate Plan Mr. Taylor Mr. Flockhart Mr. J. Cunningham, Auchterarder Mr. Christie Mr. W. Christie 118 This hill is situated on the south-eastern corner of the parish of Auchterarder. The ridge of this hill along a wire paling, forms part of the boundary of the parish.
OS1/25/7/74 GREEN LAW Green Law Estate plan Mr. Taylor Mr. Young Writer Auchterarder 118 Syme's Hill and Green Law are names for different parts of the same hill. The latter is Situated directly between the former and Cadgergate Head.
OS1/25/7/74 [Page] 74 County of Perth, Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder 25 Inch sheet 118, plan 16. Sim's Hill - See also Glendevon parish Name Book for the mode of spelling adopted here.
OS1/25/7/75 LITTLE LAW Little Law Mr. Taylor Mr. A. Guild Estate plan 118 A large hill which affords excellent pasture for Sheep, situated south of the Meikle Law. Property of Bisop Aston.
OS1/25/7/75 CORB LAW Corb Law Mr. Taylor Mr. Stewart Estate plan Stobie's County Map 118 ; 119 A large and high hill situated in the parishes of Glendevon and Auchterarder, and at the South eastern extremity of the latter. It affords excellent pasture for sheep
OS1/25/7/75 GLENCLOCH BURN Glencloch Burn Mr. Taylor Mr. A. Guild Estate plan 118 A large stream which joins the Coul Burn a short distance south of Coulshill, after a short course in a Northern direction.
OS1/25/7/75 [page] 75 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Sheet 118.12.
OS1/25/7/76 COULSHILL BURN Coulshill Burn Coulshill Burn Coulshill Burn Coulshill Burn Coulshill Burn Coulshill Burn Mr. Taylor Mr. Stewart Estate plan Mr. A. Christie Mr. J. Cunningham, late Shpherd at Coulshill Mr. William Christie 118 A stream which rises a short distance west from Corb Law. It flows through a glen of the same name and from thence it is known as Pairney Burn
OS1/25/7/76 HILL END Hill End Mr. S. Taylor Mr. A. Guild Estate plan Mr. J. Cunningham Mr. William Christie 118 A large hill situated a little north from Coul Hill. It affords excellent pasture for Sheep. Property of Bishop Aston.
OS1/25/7/76 MUCKLE LAW Muckle Law Mr. Taylor Mr. A Guild Estate plan 118 A large hill which affords excellent pasture for Sheep situated south of Hill-end. Property of B. Aston
OS1/25/7/76 [Page] 78 County of Perth Ph. of Auchterarder sheet 118.12 Black Hill - for Descriptive Remarks, see Name Book of Parish of Dunning.
OS1/25/7/77 HADYDARN BURN Hadydarn Burn Mr. Taylor Under Factor, Fosswellbank Mr. Stewart, Gamekeeper, Ruthvenside Mr. A. Guild, Coulshill Estate Plan 118 A small stream, which joins Coul Burn at Coulshill farm, after a course of about a mile in a northern direction.
OS1/25/7/77 MORTLEY BURN Mortley Burn Mr. Taylor Mr. Stewart Estate plan 118 A small stream which rises between Muckle Law and Little Law. It flows in a South-western direction and throws itself into Coul Burn half a mile South from Coulshill
OS1/25/7/77 COULSHILL Coulshill Mr. A. Guild, tenant Mr. Taylor Estate plan Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A two storey farm house slated, and in good repair, Steading attached which is also slated and in good repair. Property of Bishop Aston, Demererar, South America.
OS1/25/7/77 [Page] 77 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/78 BEN EFFREY Ben Effrey Mr. J. Stevenson, Hall of Aberuthven Mr. J. Cumming, Pairney Estate plan 118 A high, but small peak, Situated about half a mile west from Craig Rossie. On its west side is a large Craig which is almost perpendicular and quite inaccessible. The remainder of the hill affords good pasture of sheep &c. Property of the Hon[ourable] Mrs. Graeme.
OS1/25/7/78 BELDHILL BURN Beldhill Burn Mr. Cumming Mr. Stevenson Mr. J Taylor Mr. J. Cunningham, Auchterarder, late Shepherd at Coulshill Mr. A. Christie, Brewer, Auchterarder 118 A small stream shich rises at the east side of Upperbeld Hill flows in a South-western direction and joins the Pairney Burn at Nether Beldhill.
OS1/25/7/78 [Page] 78 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Sheet 118.8.
OS1/25/7/79 BELD HILL Beld Hill Beld Hill Beld Hill Beld Hill Beld Hill Mr. Stevenson Estate plan Mr. J. Cunning Mr. A. Christie, Brewer, Auchterarder Mr. J. Cunningham 118 A small hill situated a short distance south from Ben Effrey. It affords excellent pasture for Sheep. Property of the Hon [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme, Aberuthven Cottage.
OS1/25/7/79 UPPER BELDHILL (In Ruins) Upper Beldhill Mr. Stevenson Estate plan Mr Cunning 118 The remains of a dwellinghouse, and offices, situated a little south of Upperbeld Hill. Property of the Hon. [Honourable] Mrs. Graeme.
OS1/25/7/79 NETHER BELDHILL (In Ruins) Nether Beldhill Mr. Stevenson Estate plan Mr. J. Cunning 118 The remains of a dwellinghouse and offices situated at the vonfluence of Coul Burn with the Pairney. Property of the Hon [Honourable] Mrs Graeme
OS1/25/7/79 SMALL BURN Small Burn Mr. Taylor Mr. Stewart Estate plan 118 A small burn rising at the north of the Muckle Law, and after a short course throws itself into the Pairney Burn.
OS1/25/7/79 [Page] 79 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder Sheet 118. plan 8. & 12
OS1/25/7/80 COUL BURN Coul Burn Mr. Stewart Mr. Taylor Estate plan 118 A stream of considerable size rising at the South of the Little Law. It flows for the most part in a northern direction, and joins the Pairney Burn at Nether Beldhill
OS1/25/7/80 LEE BURN Lee Burn Mr. Taylor Mr. Stewart Estate plan 118 A small stream rising a little to the north east of Muckle Law, joins the Pairney Burn a short distance east of Nether Beldhill.
OS1/25/7/80 GLEN OF COULSHILL Glen of Coulshill Mr. Taylor Mr. Stewart Estate plan Mr. A. Christie, Brewer, Auchterarder Mr. J. Cunningham, Auchterarder, late Shepherd at Coulshill 118 A small and narrow glen which is watered by a burn of the same name, situated on the south western extremity of the Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder, and a short distance north west from Corb Law. Property of Bishop Aston.
OS1/25/7/80 [Page] 80 County of Perth Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder sheet 118.12
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OS1/25/7/82 CORNHILL Cornhill Mrs. Mailer (Proprietress) Cornhill, Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. Mr. Mailer, West End Nr. [Near] Auchterarder. Mr. Sheddan Lochie Nr. [Near] Auchterarder 018 A large two storey farm house with extensive office houses, slated and in good repair. Property of Mrs. Mailer.
OS1/25/7/82 CORN HILL Corn Hill Mrs. Mailer (Proprietress) Mr. Mailer Mr. Sheddan 118 One of the northern hills of the Ochils in the parish of Auchterarder. It is the extreme north-western hill in the parish. It is entirely covered with heathy pasture. Property of Mrs. Mailer.
OS1/25/7/82 CRAIG HEAD Craig Head Mrs. Mailer (Proprietress) Mr. Mailer Mr. Sheddan 118 A small Knowe planted with fir trees, situated about half a mile South from Cornhill. There a quarry on its summit and a few rocks on its north east side.
OS1/25/7/82 [Page] 82 Perthshire Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder 25 Inch sheet-108. plan 10.
OS1/25/7/83 MALLER HILL Maller Hill Maller Hill Maller Hill Estate Plan P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Mr Robert Stewart 118 An eminence, situated a short distance south of the Black Maller, whose probable height is about 1000 ft. [feet]
OS1/25/7/83 STRONE Strone Strone Strone Estate Plan P.B. Smeaton Esqr Mr Robert Stewart 118 A conspicuous elevation situated a short distance south-east of Maller Hill, and is, perhaps, about the same height.
OS1/25/7/83 [Page] 83 County of Perth Parish of Auchterarder
OS1/25/7/84 HEADDYKE Headdyke Headdyke Headdyke Headdyke Headdykes P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Coul Mr. Robert Stewart, Gamekeeper Mrs Mailer, Cornhiill, Auchterarder Valuation Roll for 1857-8 Stobie's County Map 118 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, and offices, one storey, slated, and in good repair; the property of Mrs. Mailor, Cornhill, and tenanted by Mr James Shedden, Bellshill
OS1/25/7/84 BANKFOLD Bankfold Bankfold Bankfold Bankfold P.B. Smeaton Esqr Mr Robert Stewart Estate Plan Valuation Roll for 1857-8 118 A farmsteading, dwellinghouse, and offices, one storey, thatched, and in indifferent repair; the property of P.B. Smeaton, Coul, by Auchterarder and occupied by Mr J. Doughlas
OS1/25/7/84 BLACK MALLER Black Maller Black Maller Black Maller Estate Plan P.B. Smeaton Esqr. Mr Robert Stewart 118 An elevated portion of ground, overgrown with heath and furze, sitated on the south west side of the farm of Headdyke.
OS1/25/7/84 [page] 84 County of Perth Parish of Auchterarder
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OS1/25/7/86 STEELE'S KNOWE Steele's Knowe Steele's Knowe Steele's Knowe Mr Mailer, Westeind Mr Taylor, Factor, Fosswell Bank Estate Plan 118 A conspicuous hill in the Ochil Hills situated at the extreme south of the parish. It is covered with excellent pasture for sheep.
OS1/25/7/86 [page] 86 County of Perth Auchterarder Ph. [Parish] Sheet 118-Plan 15 Carlownie Hill - For authorities and descriptive remarks See Name Book of Glendevon Parish [signed] J.E. Pratt Capt. [Captain] R.E. [Royal Engineers] Decr. [December] 31st 1863
OS1/25/7/87 NAME BOOK OF THE PARISH OF AUCHTERARDER IN THE COUNTY OF PERTH For the Detached portion of this parish in Dunning Parish
OS1/25/7/88 88 Names of Objects -- Page Abbey Brewery -- 41 Abbeyhill -- 37 Aberuthven -- 15 Aberuthven Cottage -- 14 Aberuthven Inn -- 14 Aberuthven Mill (Corn) -- 13 Aberuthven Wood -- 8 Aberuthvenwood Cottage -- 8 Arns -- 34 Auchterarder Parish) -- 1 Auchterarder (Town) -- 48 Auchterarder Castle (Remains of) -- 47 Auchterarder Farina Mill -- 32 Auchterarder House -- 30 Auchterarder Station -- 54 Auchterarder T.P. [Turnpike] -- 52 Backburn -- 29 Baillielands -- 14 Bankhead -- 50 Bankfold -- 84 Beld Hill -- 79 Beldhill Burn -- 78 Black Hill -- 76 Belhie -- 7 Bellshill -- 71 Belvidere -- 38 Ben Effrey -- 78 Black Maller -- 84 Black Swilth -- 56 Broadfold -- 60 Broadgate -- 68 Butend -- 39 Cadgergate Head -- 74 Castle Craig -- 59 Castlegarrick -- 31 Castle Mains -- 47 Castleton Mills (Woollen) -- 51 Carlownie Burn -- 52 Carlownie Hill -- 86 Central Bank of Scotland -- 38 Church -- 44 Clifton Cottage -- 37 Cloan Burn -- 67 Cloanden -- 68 Colearn -- 37 Corb Law -- 75 Corn Hill -- 82 Cornhill -- 82 Coul -- 56 Coul Burn -- 80 Coul Hill -- 67 Coulshill -- 77 Coulshill Burn -- 76 Craig Head -- 82 Craigly Burn -- 73 Craig Meed -- 63 Craig Rossie -- 61 Crieff Junction Railway -- 61 Croftspink -- 53 Crown Inn -- 49 Dalry Burn -- 56 Damside -- 27 Damside Farm -- 28 Supposed Remains of Druidical Temple -- 11 Drummondsfold -- 39 Drumtarsal -- 5 Drumtogle -- 17 Drumtogle Mill (Corn) -- 17 East Fordun -- 5 East Kirkton -- 23 East Mill (Corn) -- 57 East Milton -- 60 Easter Coul -- 53 Evangelical Union Chapel -- 48 Feus Brewery -- 41 Fosswellbank -- 72 Fosswell Saw Mill -- 58 Free Church -- 12 Free Church -- 42 Free Church Manse -- 18 Free Church School -- 12 Gallowhill -- 40 Gas Works -- 11 Gas Works -- 35 Glencloch Burn -- 75 Glen of Coulshill -- 80 Greenbank -- 36 Green's Burn -- 55 Green's Falls -- 63 Green Law -- 74 Green Maller -- 71 Hadydarn Burn -- 77 Hall of Aberuthven -- 13 Headdyke -- 84 Heuch of Coul -- 64 Hill End -- 76 Hodyclach Burn -- 73 Hologrogin -- 61 Holtonmill -- 68 Kay Craig -- 59 Kingswells -- 58 Kirklands -- 27 Kirkton Burn -- 25 Kirktonlees -- 21 Kirktonpark -- 29 Ladywell -- 34 Lee Burn -- 80 Little Law -- 75 Loanfoot -- 16 Loanhead -- 16 Lochie -- 54 Lochie Burn -- 35
OS1/25/7/88 Free Church Manse 42 crossed out
OS1/25/7/89 89 Names of Objects -- Page Lower Borelandpark -- 51 Mains of Aberuthven -- 4 Maller Burn -- 67 Maller Hill -- 83 Manse -- 44 Manse -- 42 Manse -- 45 Meanie Burn -- 33 Middle Fordun -- 24 Middle Strathy -- 18 Millands -- 3 Millbank -- 57 Milton -- 43 Milton House -- 48 Minnowburn -- 7 Mortley Burn -- 77 Mount -- 8 Muckle Law -- 76 Muir of Auchterarder -- 40 Nether Beldhill (In Ruins) -- 79 Nether Coul -- 32 Nether Fordun -- 5 Newbigging -- 27 New Feus -- 41 North Strathy -- 17 North U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church -- 46 North U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse -- 46 Ochil Hills -- 65 Ogle Hill -- 71 Oil Mill -- 15 Pairney -- 59 Pairney Burn -- 33 Piner Burn -- 29 Post Office -- 16 Post Office -- 43 Pothill -- 28 Pothill -- 72 Powhillock -- 36 Railway Inn -- 49 River Earn -- 66 Roman Outpost (Remains of) -- 65 Roman Outpost (Remains of) -- 70 Ruthvenbank -- 31 Ruthvenbank Chemical Works -- 58 Ruthvenpark -- 32 Ruthvenside -- 31 Ruthvenside -- 50 Ruthven Water -- 4 Ryecroft -- 55 St Kattan's Chapel (In Ruins) -- 9 St Mackessog's Church (Ruins of) -- 26 St Mackessog's Well -- 25 School -- 12 School -- 42 School -- 44 Scottish Central Railway -- 19 Sheddan's School -- 45 Shinafoot -- 34 Sim's Hill -- 74 Slack -- 62 Small Burn -- 79 South U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church -- 46 Star Inn -- 49 Strath Earn -- 66 Strathyplain -- 19 Steele's Knowe -- 86 Strone -- 83 Sunnybrae -- 57 Technad Burn -- 40 The King's Wood -- 30 The Pow Hillock -- 30 Thorn -- 54 Thorny Hill -- 60 Thornton House -- 53 Tipperwhy -- 36 Townhead School -- 45 Tumulus (Supposed to be Roman) -- 9 Union Bank of Scotland -- 38 Upper Beldhill (In Ruins) -- 79 Upper Borelandpark -- 51 Upper Cloan -- 72 Upper Coul -- 55 Upper Strathearn Combination Poor House -- 52 Waukmill -- 7 Westburn -- 18 West Eind -- 70 West Fordun -- 24 West Kirkton -- 23 West Mill (Corn) -- 43 Westertown -- 28 Whitefold -- 24 Woodend -- 50 Woodside -- 39