List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PLASHBURN Plashburn Mr Thomson Elcho
Mr Lang. Kirkton Orchard
098 [Situation] In the S. [South] eastern portion of Forteviot (Detd.) [Detached]
A comfortable dwelling house one Storey high with a vegetable garden attached it is occupied by farm labourers. And is the property of Sir Thomas Moncrieff Moncrieff Ho. [House]
STANDING STONE [Plashburn] Standing Stone Mr Thomson, Farmer, Kirkton
Mr Lang
098 [Situation] In the eastern portion of Forteviot (Detd.) [Detached]
A large stone about 8 feet in height Situated on an eminence N.W. [North West] of Hilton house. Mr. Thomson of Kirkton of Mailer informed me that there is nothing traditionary about this stone only that it is called the "Standing Stone." It is the opinion of all the intelligent who has seen this stone that it is a memorial of some extent of a period long past It is one of those stones called Cal Stones in other localities.
EDINBURGH-PERTH AND DUNDEE RAILWAY Edinburgh Perth and Dundee Railway Mr Thomson
Mr Lang
098 ; 110 [Situation] In the S. [South] Eastern portion of Forteviot (Det) [Detached]
A line of railway extending north through Fifeshire to Perth and Dundee and joins the Scottish Central Railway at Kirkton Junction on this plan.
SCOTTISH CENTRAL RAILWY Scottish Central Railway See Name Book for Ph. [Parish] of Forgandenny

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