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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COLLACE [parish] Collace
Old Stat: [Statistical] Account
New Stat[Statistical] Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer Sheriff's Returns Valuation Roll Mr Clark Writer Factor
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Ph [Parish] Minister
Mr J Stewart Kinrossie, Johnstone's Coy. [County] Map
074 ; 075 ; 086 ; 087 "The etymology of Collace is uncertain, it is situated in Gowrie, on the north of the Sidlaw Hills, bounded on the north by the parish of Cargill; on the east by the parish of Abernyte; on the South & South-east by the parish of Kinnaird, and an isolated portion of Forfarshire; and on the west by the parish of St Martins. There are two villages in the parish Collace and Kinrossie, no markets are held within the parish. Perth being so near (7 miles) is the nearest Market-town. The only antiquity is the celebrated British fort on Dunsinane Hill."
New Statistical Account.

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There is no portion of this parish detached nor is there any portion of any other parish containes within the boundary of this Parish.

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