List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNBARNEY Dunbarny Ph. [parish]
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical account]
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Sheriffs list of meresmen
Oliver, & Boyds, Almanak
Stolies Co. [County] Map
Old Stat. Acct. [Staistical Account]
Valn. [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County] 1857-58
Parochial Records 1594
Parochial Records 1682
Parochial Records 1735
Records of Parish 1793 and all subsequent records of these to the present time.
William Brown Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
098 ; 110 [Situation]In the SE [South East] pf Perthshire.
A parish in the SE [South East] of Perthshire About 4 miles in length and 3 in breadth. It is bounded on the north by the River Earn which separates it from Forteviot and by the parishes of Perth an Rhynd On the South by the parishes of Dron and Abernethy; On the west by the parish of Forgandenny and on the east by the parishes of Rhynd and Abernethy. It is intersected by the river Earn and its scenery is considered very attractive The Ochil Hills approach near its Southern boundry and appear almost to enclose it. The soil of the parish consists principally of clay, and loam and has been cultivated with great success. The principall object of attraction is the mineral wells of Pitkeathly which attracts great numbers of persons to the village of Bridge of Earn during the Summer Season. This Parish is in the presbytery of Perth and the Synod of Stirling and Perth. Patron Sir Thomas Moncrief Bart. [Baronet] There are no detached portions of this parish, nor are there any detached portion of any other parish within that of Dunbarney

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Part of the valley or district
Called Strathearn
runs through this
parish - Should it
not be written on the
1/2500 scale. It should
be on the one Inch
at least? J.C.

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