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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WOODSIDE Woodside
Woodside
Woodside
Peter Stewart occupier
Valuation Roll
J. Condie Esqr. Factory Scone
074 A small farmhouse with offices attached property of Sir William Drummond Stewart, Bart. [Baronet] of Murthly
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [nr. Woodside] U.P. [United Presbyterian]Church
U.P. [United Presbyterian]Church
U.P. [United Presbyterian]Church
Rev. [Reverend] Mr Young, Kinclaven
James Crichton Forester, King's Myre
Peter Stewart
074 A plain oblong building surmounted by a belfry.
MANSE [U.P.-Woodside] Manse
Manse
Manse
Rev. [Reverend] Mr Young, Kinclaven
James Crichton Forester, King's Myre
Peter Stewart
074 A little to the south is the manse, a plain house with offices vegetable garden and a small portion of ornamental ground attached
BLACK WOOD Black Wood
Black Wood
Black Wood
James Crichton
James Gellatly Fairy Knowes
Peter Stewart
074 A portion of fir wood immediately south of the U. P. [United Presbyterian] Manse & north east of woodside a yellow band on traces shows its extent property of Sir William Drummond Stewart
CONIEHILL WOOD Coniehill Wood
Coniehill Wood
Coniehill Wood
Coniehill Wood
James Crichton
James Gellatly, Fairy Knowe
Peter Stewart
074 A small portion of fir wood separated from the Black Wood on the north east by a public road, its extent is shown by a yellow band on trace, property of Major General Richardson of Tulliebelton

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