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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAPEL (Disused) [Megginch Castle] Chapel and Grave Yard J. M. Drummond Esq
James Stewart
099 [Situation] About 11 chains SW. [South West] from Megginch Castle. -

A Small modern building a Short distance S.W. [South West] from Megginch castle Surrounded by a plantation; it adjoins a Small Grave Yard which is the Family Burying Ground or place of the Dummonds of Megginch
BURIAL PLACE of the Drummond Family [Megginch Castle] Chapel and Graveyard J. M. Drummond Esq
James Stewart
099 [Situation] About 11 chains SW. [South West] from Megginch Castle. -

A Small modern building a Short distance S.W. [South West] from Megginch Castle Surrounded by a plantation; it adjoins a Small Grave Yard which is the Family Burying Ground or place of the Dummonds of Megginch

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Parish of Errol -- Sheet 99 No.2 -- Trace 6

Note. - This chapel is not so ancient nor of
such importance as to write it as an antiquity

[Note] -- "This chapel was erected in 1679
and was rebuilt in 1781. It was formerly
used as a Chapel but is now used
as part of the family burial place ". -- Answer to remarks on Name Sheets by Mr. Duggan

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