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OS1/25/17/17

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SKAVINS Skavins
Skavins
Skavins
Skevens
George Brewster Occr. [Occupier]
Mr. Alexander Ritchie Resident Factor
Mr. Clark, Writer, Coupar Angus & Factor for the Estate
County Map
086 A small farm house and offices the property of Jojn Mellis Nairne Esqr. of Dunsinnan
NEWHALL Newhall
Newhall
Newhall
James Rattray Occr. [Occupier]
Mr. Alexander Ritchie
Mr. Clark
086 2 small farm houses with offices, one of which is on trace 3. The property of John Mellis Nairne Esqr. of Dunsinnan
CASTLE (Site of) [Newhall] Site of Castle
Site of Castle
Site of Castle
Site of Castle
Mr. Stewart, Kinrossie
James Rattray
John Welsh Collace
Mr. Alexander Ritchie
086 The ruins of this building were standing about 6 feet high, about 50 years go when they were excavated by the present proprietor of Dunsinane. The walls were very strong and built with polished free stone, some of the stones are to be seen in the door of the old church (now the family mausoleum, there were also found a Bronze ring: and 2 ancient copper coins. Mr. Stewart, Tailor of Kinrossie, says the only account he can find of this Castle is the following from the "Records of Service". In the General Registry Office Edinbro [Edinburgh]:
"Hallyburton of Pitcur Succeeds to the lands of Kinrossie; Thorngreen the south town of Kinrossie commonly called the Moat or Newhall of Kinrossie"

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