List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MONCREIFFE COTTAGE Moncreiffe Cottage William Bissett Factor Moncreiffe Cottage
Mrs. Drummond Easter Moncreiffe
110 [Situation] About ⅝ mile E by N [East by North] of Bridge of Earn village.
A Small Cottage occupied by the Moncreiffe factor. The property of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe
EASTER MONCREIFFE Easter Moncreiffe William Bissett
Mrs. Drummond Easter Moncreiffe
110 A commodious farm House with Suitable Offices attached the Property of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe
(C/a [Civilan assistant] Patton)
BUTTER WELL Butter Well Sir Thomas Moncreiffe
Mr. Mackay Agent to Sir Thomas Moncreiffe
110 [Situation] In the NE [North East] portion of the parish.
This name applies to a Spring of very Clear water which rises out of Moncreiffe Hill, adjacent to Ruins of Easter Moncreiffe house. It gets its name from the fact of its being a great favourite with butter makers, it is locally well known by this name.


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