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Perthshire volume 21

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info
OS1/25/21/1 [Page] 1 PARISH OF DRON. SHEET 110. No. 5.,6,7,9,10,11,13,14,&.15. SHEET 120. No. 2,&.3. INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Dron Ph. [Parish] -- 3 Burnside -- 5 Bell's Croft -- 10 Balmanno Castle -- 12 Baiglie -- 13 Beautyfield -- 14 Baiglie Burn -- 15 Balmanno Hill -- 21 Bein Inn -- 23 Beinsnook T.P. [Turnpike] -- 25 Church -- 8 Crossgates -- 13 Clochridgestane -- 22 Dron Mill (Flour) -- 7 Dron Hill -- 21 Dron Burn -- 21 East Dron -- 7 Edmund's Grave (A Cairn) -- 11 Farg Water -- 16 Fildie Burn -- 22 Gowk's Den -- 5 Gowk's Den Burn -- 5 Glenfarg Cottage -- 14 Greenend -- 15 Glenfarg House -- 23 Glen Farg -- 23 Joug Tree -- 12 Kilknockiebank -- 14 Little Fildie -- 22 Manse -- 8 Mundie -- 17 Mill Burn -- 25 Meikle Fildie -- 24 Newbigging -- 13 Ochil Hills -- 17 Pitkeathly Loch -- 6 Pottie Mill (Corn & Flour) -- 15 Pottiehill Wood -- 24 Pottiehill -- 24 Ram's Heugh -- 11 Rocking Stone -- 19 School -- 8 Site of Chapel & Grave Yard -- 16 Standing Stone -- 22 West Dron Hill -- 6 Wyllie Burn -- 6 West Dron -- 7 Welwood's Grave -- 9 Wood Burn -- 11 Wright's Pottie -- 15
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OS1/25/21/3 DRON Ph. [Parish] of Dron Ph. [Parish] of Dron Ph. [Parish] of Dron Ph. [Parish] of Dron Ph. [Parish] of Dron Ph. [Parish] of Dron Ph. [Parish] of Dron New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] Fullarton's Gazetteer Sheriff's List of Meresmen Oliver and Boyd's Almanack Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] Johnston's Co. [County] map Valn. [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County] 1857-8 110 ; 120 [Situation] In the S.E. [South East] of Perthshire. A parish in the south-eastern part of Perthshire. It is bounded on the north by the parish of Dunbarney on the south by the parishes of Forgandenny and Arngask and the Farg water which separates it from Fifeshire On the west by Dunbarney and Forgandenny and on the east by the parish of Abernethy from which it is partly separated by Farg Water. It is about 3½ miles in length from east to west and about 3 miles in breadth being one of the smallest and most thinly peopled parishes in the County of Perth. A portion of this parish which is sometimes called Glenearn is isolated or detached from the rest being surrounded by the parish of Dunbarney on the north and east and the parish of Forgandenny on the south and west - see Descriptive Remark for Dron (Detached) The parish of Dron is in the presbytery of Perth and Synod of Perth and Stirling Patron the Crown. There is no detached of this parish except that above noticed and there are no detached portion of any other parish within Dron.
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OS1/25/21/5 BURNSIDE Burnside James Wilson Burnside Thomas Mackie Burnside Mr William Murray Morison's Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the west side of the parish. The name applied to a few houses on the farm of West Dron occupied by the farm servants.
OS1/25/21/5 GOWK'S DEN Gowks Den James Wilson Mr William Murray Forbes Gatheram 110 [Situation] In the west portion of the parish. Gowk's Den is the name applied to a Wooded ravine on the farm of West Dron.
OS1/25/21/5 GOWK'S DEN BURN Gowk's Den Burn James Wilson Mr William Murray Thomas Mackie 110 [Situation] In the western portion of the parish. A small stream rising on West Dron Hill, it flows northwards through the Gowk's Den from which it takes its name
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OS1/25/21/6 WEST DRON HILL West Dron Hill James Wilson Burnside Mr William Murray Farmer Forbes Gatheram West Dron 110 [Situation] In the west portion of the parish. A small hill on the farm of West Dron the property of the earl of Wemyss & March
OS1/25/21/6 WYLLIE BURN Wyllie Burn James Wilson Mr William Murray Thomas Mackie Burnside 110 [Situation] Flowing along the west side of the parish. A small stream issuing from Pitcaithly Loch flowing northwards forming the western boundary of the parish
OS1/25/21/6 PITKEATHLY LOCH Pitcaithley Loch Pitkeathly Loch James Wilson Mr William Murray Thomas Mackie Mr. Martin Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster 110 [Situation] At the west side of the parish. A small loch in the West of the the Parish.
OS1/25/21/6 [Page] 6 Prish of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 9 Trace 5 [Note under Pitkeathly Loch:] See also spelling Pitkeathly in Name Sheets parish of Dunbarney
OS1/25/21/7 WEST DRON West Dron Forbes Gatheram (Steward) Rev. [Reverend] Charles Goodall Mr Robert Martin Schoolmaster 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. A large farm with suitable offices attached the property of the Rt. Honble. [Right Honourable] the Earl of Wemyss & occupied by Mr William Todd
OS1/25/21/7 EAST DRON East Dron James McIntosh Rev. [Reverend] Charles Goodall Mr Robert Martin 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. A large farm with offices attached the property of Mr Belshes & occupied by Mr John Richmond
OS1/25/21/7 DRON MILL (Flour) Dron Mill Rev [Reverend] Charles Goodall Mr Robert Martin Mr David Dow 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. A small flour mill driven by Dron Burn the property of Mr Belshes & occupied by Mr David Dow.
OS1/25/21/7 [Page 7 Ph. [Parish] of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 10 Traces 1 & 2
OS1/25/21/8 MANSE [Dron] Manse Ph. [Parish] Revd. [Reverend] Charles Goodall Mr Robert Martin Mr David Dow 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. A large house adjoining the Ph. [Parish] Church occupied by the Rev. [Reverend] Charles Goodall Minister of Dron
OS1/25/21/8 SCHOOL [Dron] School Ph. [Parish] Rev. [Reverend] Charles Goodall Mr Robert Martin Teacher Mr David Dow 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. The Parish School is situated a little north from the Church, it has a comfortable dwelling house attached for the use of the Schoolmaster. The average attendance is about 45.
OS1/25/21/8 CHURCH [Dron] Church Ph. [Parish] Rev. [Reverend] Charles Goodall Mr Robert Martin Mr David Dow 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. The Ph. [Parish] Church is a neat little building surrounded by a graveyard. it was erected in 1826 & has seats for 300. The average attendance is about 100 & the communicants number 80. In the east of the Graveyard a stone marks the last resting place of the Rev. [Reverend] John Wellwood a Minister of the Ch. [Church] of Scotland in the time of the Reformation.
OS1/25/21/8 [Page] 8 Ph. [Parish] of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 10 Traces 2 & 3
OS1/25/21/9 WELWOOD'S GRAVE (1679) Welwood's Grave Revd. [Reverend] Mr Goodall Dron Mr. Martin Schoolmaster Dron 110 [Situation] Near the SE [South East] corner of the parish Church. This name applies to a common Grave or headstone in the Ch. [Church] yard of Dron & opposite the S.E. [South East] corner of the Ch. [Church]. Tradition asserts that John Welwood was a Preacher & the son of a clergyman, but that he, himself was not a regularly ordained Minister, although it is said he had had a "Call"; at, and before the time of his death he was preaching in & about Perth but after his death the magistrates of that city would not (probably dare not) permit his remains to be interred in consecrated ground within their jurisdiction. Some of his friends, in this dilemma, took his body thence & brought it to Dron, where however the Minister of that parish would not allow his remains to pass the gate of his Ch. [Church]. Wellwood's friends therefore took the body over the wall & buried it in one Corner of the Ch. [Church] yard. On the Grave stone John Welwood is said to have been a "Minister of the Gospel" but this (continued) [continued on page 10]
OS1/25/21/9 [Page] 9 Ph. [Parish] Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 10 Trace 3.
OS1/25/21/10 BELL'S CROFT Bellscroft Bellscroft Bellscroft Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Goodall Dron Mr. Martin Schoolmaster Dron Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. This name refers to a small piece of land (about 7¾ Acres) adjoining the Ch. [Church] yard of Dron bequeathed by a Mr. Bell (hence it's name) formerly a minister of Dron Ph. [Parish] to the [support] of a Divinity Student who must study at St. Andrews. It was first to go to the son of a clergyman, 2nd. to the son of a burgher of Perth or failing these to the most deserving stu[dent] in the university, the son of a clergyman having always the preference. The awarding [of] this benefit is vested in the Presbytery of Perth. [Signed] Thomas Dudgeon Sergt. R.E. [Sergeant Royal Engineers]
OS1/25/21/10 [Page] 10 Ph. [Parish] Dron -- Trace 3. Sheet 100 No. 10. Welwood's Grave (Continued) [continued from page 9] this, according to the present accepta[nce] of the word, was not, it seems the case. The inscriptions on the Tombstone are th[us:] South face "Here lyes a follower of the Lamb Throu' many tribulations came, For long time of his christian race, Was presented from place to place, A Scottish Prophet here behold Judgement & Mercy he fortold The gospel banner did display Condemned the Sins of that sad day And valiantly for truth contended Until by death his days were ended. North face HERE LYES THE REV- ERAND MR JOHN WEL- WOOD MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL IN THE CHU- RCH OF SCOTLAND WHO DYED AT PERTH APRILE 1679 ABOUT THE 30 YEAR OF HIS AGE. [Note below Bell's Croft:] Croft A piece of ground adjoining a house Jamieson's Dicty. [Dictionary] It is evident from the application of the above name that it should be written as two words, viz. Bell's Croft
OS1/25/21/11 EDMUND'S GRAVE (A CAIRN) Edmund's Grave John Thomson Newbigging Mr Robert Martin Rev. [Reverend] Charles Goodall 110 [Situation] On Balmanno Hill. A small mound on Balmanno Hill where one of the Roman Generals in Agricola's time was buried. On a close inspection of this object it appears to be a cairn of loose stones partially overgrown with turf. It is situated near the summit of Balmanno Hll rather towards the E. [East] end.
OS1/25/21/11 RAM'S HEUGH Ram's Heugh John Clark Shepherd James Heard Balmanno Mr Robert Martin 110 [Situation] In the central portion of the parish. A semicircular bank or precipice over which Dron Burn runs and which here forms a cascade of about 30 feet high.
OS1/25/21/11 WOOD BURN Wood Burn James Dowie Mundie Mr Robert Martin John Thomson 110 [Situation] In the western portion of the parish. A small stream rising on Mundie Farm & flowing eastward till it joins Dron Burn above Dron Mill
OS1/25/21/11 [Page] 11 Ph. [Parish] of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 10 Traces 6. 5. 1. 2 & 4 [Note above and below Edmund's Grave:] On plan 110 No.14
OS1/25/21/12 BALMANNO CASTLE Balmanno Castle Rev. [Reverend] Charles Goodall Mr Robert Martin Mr David Dow Occupier 110 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish. Balmanno Castle is an ancient mil[itary] fort, 5 storeys high, It is surrounded on all sides by a moat about 6 feet wide. A large farm is attached with suitable offices, the property of Mr Belshes & occupied by Mr David Dow.
OS1/25/21/12 JOUG TREE [Balmanno Castle] Jug Tree Mr Robert Martin Mr David Dow John Thomson 110 [Situation] A few chains E. [East] of Balmanno Castle. A tree stands on the right entrance to Balmanno Castle that was used at one time in punishing criminals with the Jugs. Hence it derives the name of the Jug Tree.
OS1/25/21/12 [Page] 12 Ph. [Parish] of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 10 Trace 3. [Note below Balmanno Castle:] Balmanno Castle, formerly the seat of the Murray Baronets of Balmanno, is now the property of Alexander Murray Hepburn Belshes Esqr. of Invermay nephew of the last baronet who was killed at the age of twenty two at Long Island in the American War. It is a fine specimen in perfect preservation of the Old Scottish Castle and mansion-house part of it of great antiquity. It is now partly occupied by the farmer". New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Perthshire p. [page] 864 [Note below Jougs:] Jougs A sort of pillory Jamieson's Dictionary
OS1/25/21/13 BAIGLIE Baiglie Baiglie Baiglie Mr Chalmers occupier Charles Gairns Beautyfield Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. A farmhouse with farm attached the house occupied by Mr. Chalmers and the farm tenanted by Mr. Dow of Balmanno the property of General Belshes
OS1/25/21/13 CROSSGATES Crossgates Crossgates Crossgates Alexander Grieve Crossgates Mr. Chalmers Baiglie Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. A few Cottages with vegetable gardens a Smith's Shop &c attached occupied by Alexander Grieve and property of General Belshes
OS1/25/21/13 NEWBIGGING Newbigging Newbigging Newbigging Alexander Grieve Crossgates Mr. Dow Balmanno Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. This was at one time a farmhouse and offices but now made into different dwellings for the farm laborers of Mr. Dow of Balmanno who is the tenant under the proprietor, Genl. [General] Belshes
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OS1/25/21/14 BEAUTYFIELD Beautyfield Beautyfield Beautyfield Charles Gairns Occupier Alexander Grieve Crossgates Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. A small farmhouse with offices and farm attached occupied by Charles Gairns and property of Mr. Ardnott.
OS1/25/21/14 KILKNOCKIEBANK Kilknockiebank Kilknockiebank Kilnockie Bank Kilknockie William Tod occupier Mr. Chalmers Baiglie Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 Morison's Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. A farm house with suitable offices and farm attached occupied by William Tod and property __ Bell Esqr.
OS1/25/21/14 GLENFARG COTTAGE Glenfarg Cottage Glenfarg Cottage George Melrose occupier Mr. Chalmers Baiglie 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. A small cottage with vegetable garden attached occupied by George Melrose Gamekeeper and property of __ Bell Esqre.
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OS1/25/21/15 WRIGHT'S POTTIE Wrightspottie Wrightspottie Wrightspottie Wright's Pottie Wright's Pottie Wright's Pottie Wright's Pottie Mr. Chalmers Baiglie Mr. Stewart Occupier & Proprietor David Ogilvy Pottie Mill Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 Morison's Co. [County] Map Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Goodall Mr. Martin Schoolmaster 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. A small thatched house having a Vegetable garden and a few acres of land attached the property and residence of Mr. Stewart.
OS1/25/21/15 POTTIE MILL (Corn & Flour) Pottie Mill Flour & Corn) Pottie Mill (Flour & Corn) Mill of Pottie David Ogilvy Miller Mr. Chalmers Baiglie Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish. A large flour and Corn Mill with dwelling house, offices and Vegetable garden attached Occupied by David Ogilvy and property of __ Bell Esqre.
OS1/25/21/15 BAIGLIE BURN Baiglie Burn Baiglie Burn Mr. Chalmers Baiglie Charles Gairns Beautyfield 110 [Situation] Running through the eastern portion of the parish. A small stream that rises near Little Fildie and runs in a Northerly direction till joins Dron Burn. It takes the name Baiglie Burn at the place where it crosses the road (stat Lab [Statute Labour]) West from Glenfarg Cottage (see adjoining plan)
OS1/25/21/15 GREENEND Greenend See Name Book parish of Abernethy
OS1/25/21/15 [Page] 15 Parish of Dron -- Sheet 110 No 11 Trace 5
OS1/25/21/16 Site of CHAPEL AND GRAVE YARD [Pottie Mill] Site of Chapel Site of Chapel Site of Chapel David Ogilvy Pottie Mill William Murray Pitcaithly Mr. Chalmers Baiglie 110 ]Situation] Near Pottie Mill. This applies to the place where an Old Chapel or place of worship once stood, there was a graveyard attached to the Chapel as from time to time human bones are dug up in the small garden attached to the dwelling house at Pottie Mill There are none who can remember of having seen any portions of the old Chapel standing and very little information can be derived concerning it
OS1/25/21/16 FARG WATER Farg Water See Name Sheets for Ph. [Parish] of Forgandenny
OS1/25/21/16 [Page] 16 Parish of Dron -- Sheet 110 No 11 Trace 5 [Notes:] As there appears to have been a Grave Yard attached to this Chapel, the designation Site of Chapel and Grave Yard had better be written on plan. "There were in former times two small Chapels in this parish besides the parish Church. One of these, which stood in the east corner of the parish at the mouth of Glenfarg where now stands the mill of Pottie is now totally in ruins no vestiges of it remaining except some part of the foundation below ground" New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Perthshire page 864
OS1/25/21/17 MUNDIE Mundie Mundy Mundy Mr William Lennie Neal Anderson Shepherd James Heard Balmanno Val. [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County] 1857-58 Morison's Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the SW. [South West] part of the parish. A small farm with convenient offices the property of Mr James R. Wilson & occupied by Mr William Lennie. The steading is built on an old camping-ground of Sir W. Wallace, & while he was there on one occasion one of his attendants of the name of Mundie committed suicide which caused the place to be called Mundie ever since.
OS1/25/21/17 Ochil Hills Ochil Hills See Name Book for parish of Forgandenny
OS1/25/21/17 [Page] 17 Ph. [Parish] of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 13 Trace 3.
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OS1/25/21/19 ROCKING STONE [Balmanno Hill] Rocking Stone Revd [Reverend] Mr. Goodall Dron Mr. Martin Schoolmaster Dron 110 [Situation] On the S. [South] western side of Balmanno Hill near the parish boundary. This name applies to a large Whinstone Bowlder which, apparently by nature, has got poised in a state of equilibrium on a very small concavity of an other rock underneath, this concavity or pivot is so nicely formed for the end of the boulder and the centre of gravity of the latter falls so truly in that the stone can be easily moved or rocked (hence its name) slightly from side to side. The Rocking Stone appears to be about 4 feet high at one end & 3 ft. [feet] at the other and rests on its Pivot in a slanting position, the weight of the boulder is probably 2 Tons, it is situated towards the S. [South] West end of Balmanno Hill. [Signed] Thomas Dudgeon Sergt. R.E. [Sergeant Royal Engineers]
OS1/25/21/19 [Page] 19 Ph. [Parish] of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 14. Trace 2. [Additional note:] On the South Side of the hill opposite to the church and manse stands what is called the rocking Stone of Dron presenting at once a monument of ancient ingenuity and superstitution. It is a large mass of whinstone, of an irregular figure about 10 feet in length and seven in breadth and stands in a sloping direction New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Perthshire page 864
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OS1/25/21/21 DRON HILL Dron Hill Heill of Dron Mr Neal Anderson Shepherd Mr William Lennie Farmer Mr Alexander Melrose Morison's Co. [County] Map 110 [Situation] In the south side of the parish. A small hill on the farm of West Dron & in the south of the Parish.
OS1/25/21/21 BALMANNO HILL Balmanno Hill James Heard Balmanno Mr Dow Little Fildie Mr Alexander Melrose 110 [Situation] In the southern portion of the parish. A large hill east of Dron hill on the farm of Balmanno. There is a rocking stone on the S. [South] western extremity of this hill.
OS1/25/21/21 DRON BURN Dron Burn James Heard Mr William Lennie Neal Anderson 110 [Situation] Running through the central portion of the parish. A small stream rising on the farm of Mundie & flowing eastward through the parish.
OS1/25/21/21 [Page] 21 Parish of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 14 Traces 1. 2. & 3. [Notes above and below Dron Hill:] on what plan on 110.14 [Note below Balmanno Hill authorities:] "Balmanno" Orthy. [Orthography] Val: [Valuation] Roll and New Stat: [Statistical] Account. [Indecipherable pencilled notes at bottom of page, possibly erased]
OS1/25/21/22 LITTLE FILDIE . Little Fildie Little Fildie Little Fildie Mr Dow Occupier Mrs. Fuller Clochridgestane Mr Alexander Melrose Val. [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County] 1857-58 110 [Situation] In the southern portion of the parish. A small house on Balmanno [Hill] the property of Mr Belses & occupied by Mr Dow Shepherd
OS1/25/21/22 FILDIE BURN . Fildie Burn Fildie Burn Mr Dow Mrs Fuller Mr Melrose 110 [Situation] Forming part of the southern boundary of the parish. A small stream rising on Balmanno Hill & flowing south east towards Farg Water
OS1/25/21/22 CLOCHRIDGESTANE Clochridgestane Clockridgestone Mrs Fuller Occupier Mr Alexander Melrose Mr Dow Val: [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County] 1857-58 110 [Situation] In the southern portion of the parish. A small farm with suitable offices attached the property of Mr Bell & occupied by Mrs Fuller. It gets its name from a stone standing in the farm yard said to have been used [for] some religious observances.
OS1/25/21/22 STANDING STONE [Clochridgestane] Clochridgestane Clockridgestone Mrs Fuller Occupier Mr Alexander Melrose Mr Dow Val: [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County] 1857-58 110 [Situation] Near the NE [North East] side of the above farm house. .. a stone standing in the farm yard said to have been used [for] some religious observances
OS1/25/21/22 [Page] 22 Parish of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 14 Traces 3 & 6. [Note below Standing Stone:] This stone is nothing but a small whin boulder with a slight hollow in the upper part nothing further is known of it than what is given in Descriptive Rks. [Remarks] which is merely tradition. The stone is not exactly in the farm yard but about two chains NE [North East] See trace (signed) Thomas Dudgeon Sergt. R.E. [Sergeant Royal Engineers]
OS1/25/21/23 BEIN INN Bein Inn Bein Inn Bein Inn Bein Inn Mrs. Ewan Occupier J Galloway Toll Keeper John Eadie Farmer Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 110 [Situation] In the extreme SE [South East] corner of the parish adjoining the parish boundary. A small Inn on the turnpike road from Kinross to Perth and about 8 miles from the latter, the property of Mr Bell. Edinburgh.
OS1/25/21/23 GLENFARG HOUSE Glenfarg House Glenfarg House Glenfarg House Mrs. Ewan J Galloway John Eadie 110 [Situation] In the extreme SE [South East] corner of the parish adjoining the parish boundary. A plain substantial dwelling house two storeys in height, situated in Glen Farg about 8 miles from Perth the property of Mr. Bell, Edinr. [Edinburgh]
OS1/25/21/23 GLEN FARG Glen Farg Glen Farg Glen Farg Mrs. Ewan J Galloway John Eadie 110 [Situation] In the SE [South East] corner of the parish. A beautiful wooded Glen stretching from the village of Aberargie in the parish of Dron, to Damhead in Kinrosshire, it is traversed for a considerable distance by the Farg Water and the Edinburgh & Perth road.
OS1/25/21/23 [Page] 23 Sheet 110 Plan 15 -- Parish of Dron -- Trace 5
OS1/25/21/24 POTTIEHILL WOOD Pottiehill Wood Pottiehill Wood Pottiehill Wood John Anderson farmer John Dow Shepherd John Eadie Farmer 110 [Situation] In the SE [South East] portion of the parish. A large tract of Fir Wood on an elevated position, a little to the west of Pottiehill Farmsteading. Property of Mr. Bell Edinr. [Edinburgh]
OS1/25/21/24 POTTIEHILL Pottiehill Pottiehill Pottiehill John Anderson Occupier John Dow Mr. Paterson Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 110 [Situation] In the SE [South East] portion of the parish. A farmsteading consisting of a substantial dwelling house with commodious outhouses attatched. the property of Mr. Bell Edinr. [Edinburgh]
OS1/25/21/24 MEIKLE FILDIE Meikle Fildie Meikle Fildie Meikle Fildie Meikle Fildie Rent receipt 1857-8 Mr. Eadie Occupier Mr. Anderson Pottiehill Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8 110 [Situation] In the SE [South East] portion of the parish. A farmsteading consisting of a substantial dwelling house with commodious outhouses attatched, the property of Mr. Bell Edinburgh.
OS1/25/21/24 [Page] 24 Sheet 110 Plan 15 -- Parish of Dron -- Traces 1, 2, &, 4.
OS1/25/21/25 MILL BURN Mill Burn Six Inch Sheet No. 8, of Fife & Kinross 110 [Situation] At the SE [South East] corner of the parish. A small stream which forms the Boundary between the parishes of Arngask & Abernethy, and falls into the Farg Water at Bein Inn
OS1/25/21/25 BEINSNOOK T.P. [Turn Pike] Beinsnook T.P. [Turn Pike] Six Inch Sheet No. 8, of Fife & Kinross 110 [Situation] In the extreme SE [South East] corner of the parish. A Turnpike on the Perth & Kinross Trust Road at Glenfarg House
OS1/25/21/25 [Page] 25 Parish of Dron -- Sheet 110 No. 15 Trace 6 [Signed] James Carpenter C.A. [Civilian Assistant] 30th. Jany. [January] 1860 C. N. Martin Capt R.E. [Captain Royal Engineers] 31st. January 1860
OS1/25/21/26 [Page] 26 [Volume] 21 OS1/25/21 [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE 28 APR. [APRIL] 1898 SOUTHAMPTON PERTH PARISH OF DRON 110 No. 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, &. 15. 120 No. 2, &. 3.