Perthshire volume 40

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OS1/25/40/1 KINCLAVEN [parish] Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Old Stat: [Statistical] Account New Stat: [Statistical] Account Fullarton's Gazetteer Sheriff's Returns County Directory Valuation Roll Johnstone's County Map Revd [Reverend] Mr Ross Ph [Parish] Minister Oliver and Boyd's Almanac Johnstone's Coy [County] Map Earl of Mansfield K.T. [Knight of the Order of the Thistle] Estate Plans. 063 ; 073 ; 074 "The name of this parish seems to be derived from the three Celtic words, Caen, a head or headland; Cil or Kil a church or churchyard; and avon, a flowing stream or river, - which is an etymology perfectly descriptive of the local circumstances on the north-east corner of the parish. The parish is bounded on the north by the River Tay, dividing it from Caputh parish: on the east and south by the same river dividing it from Cargill; on the South-west and west, by the parishes of Auchtergaven and Little Dunkeld. The River Tay circles round more than one half of its whole frontier, coming in on the north-west, flowing in large and sweeping sinuosities round the north, receiving the Isla on the north-east, and leaving the parish on the south. Just before leaving the parishit forms a cascade, and falls into a very deep Linn, called the "Linn of Campsie", containing great quantities of excellent salmon. The surface rises gently from the Tay, and is diversified with rising ground all accessible to the plough, and of inconsiderable elevation. Airntully situated in the south-west, And an Antiquated place is the only village in the parish. Two or three hamlets
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OS1/25/40/2 KINCLAVEN [parish] Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Old Stat: [Statistical] Account New Stat: [Statistical] Account Fullarton's Gazetteer Sheriff's Returns County Directory Valuation Roll Johnstone's County Map Revd [Reverend] Mr Ross Ph [Parish] Minister Oliver and Boyd's Almanac Johnstone's Coy [County] Map Earl of Mansfield K.T. [Knight of the Order of the Thistle] Estate Plans. 063 ; 073 ; 074 "hamlets or clachans, straggle along the public roads. Three principal roads intersect the parish respectively northward, eastward, and north-eastward, the second and third along the Tay, and the first through the village of Airntully from Perth to Caputh". The main line from Perth to Aberdeen called the Scottish North Eastern Railway passes through the Eastern side of this Parish, also the Perth and Inverness Railway passes through the parish. The only antiquities in this parish worthy of note are the ruins of the Royal Castle of Kinclaven. Fullarton's Gazetteer & New Stat: [Statistical] Account.
OS1/25/40/2 [Page] 2 [continued from previous page] [note] There is no portion of this parish detached, nor is there any portion of any other parish contained within the boundary of this parish.
OS1/25/40/3 HAUGH OF KERCOCK Haugh of Kercock Haugh of Kercock Haugh of Kercock Haugh of Kercock Haugh of Herco John Syme, occupier Valuation Roll McKenzie & DicKson, Solicitors and Factors Perth County Directory Johnstone's Co. [County] Map 063 A farmhouse with offices and vegetable garden attached; property of Major General Richardson.
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OS1/25/40/5 SILVER WELLS Silver Wells James Logie, Silverwells James Sime, Old England John Dow Laguna 073 Two excellent spring wells a little to the South west of the Farm of Silverwells.
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OS1/25/40/7 DRUM OF AIRNTULLY Drum of Airntully Drum of Airntully Drum of Airntully Mrs McKenzie, occupier Mr James Waterson, North Airntully J. Condie Esq Solicitor and Factor Scone 073 A dwelling house with byre and pendicle attached: property of Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
OS1/25/40/7 LAGUNA Laguna Laguna Laguna John Dow occupier Valuation Roll J. Condie Esqr. County Directory 073 A farmhouse with offices attached: property of Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
OS1/25/40/7 LAGUNA COTTAGE Laguna Cottage Laguna Cottage J. Condie Esq Valuation Roll James Waterson, North Airntully 073 A fine dwelling house with offices attached; property of Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
OS1/25/40/7 NORTH AIRNTULLY North Airntully North Airntully North Airntully Mr James Waterson Occr [Occupier] Valuation Roll J. Condie Esq County Directory 073 A farmhouse and offices; property of Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart. [Baronet] of Murthly
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OS1/25/40/8 CLEIKIMINN CleiKiminn CleiKiminn CleiKiminn Valuation Roll James Watson, North Airntully J. Condie Esqr. 073 Several dwelling houses situated a little to the north of the Village of Airntully: property of Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
OS1/25/40/8 GARTH Garth Garth Garth Mr Matthews occr [occupier] Valuation Roll J Condie Esqr. 073 A fine farmhouse and offices; property of Sir William Drummond.
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OS1/25/40/9 TORR Torr Torr Torr George Keay Mr Waterston North Airntully James Miller 073 A row of Cottages the property of Sir William D. Stewart, Bart [Baronet] of Murthly,
OS1/25/40/9 THORNY Thorny Thorny Thorny George Keay Occr [Occupier] J Condie Esqr. Writers Perth,and Factor for Sir William D Stewart Estate map 073 A small farm house and Offices the property Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
OS1/25/40/9 MIDDLETON Middleton Middleton Middleton George Keay J. Condie Esqr. Estate map 073 An Unoccupied dwelling house and some offices which formerly had a farm of land attached, but is now blended with that of Airntully
OS1/25/40/9 CRAWBUTTS Craw butts Craw butts Craw butts James Campbell Occupier J Condie Esqr. Estate map 073 A farm house and offices, the property of Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
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OS1/25/40/10 AIRNTULLY Airntully Airntully Airntully Airntully Arntully Arntully or Arntilly J. Condie Esqr. Writer and Factor Perth George Keay Estate map County Directory & Coy [County] Map Old & New Stat. [Statistical] Accounts Fullerton's Gazetteer 073 A small straggling Village the property of Sir William D. Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
OS1/25/40/10 WEST AIRNTULLY West Airntully West Airntully West Airntully George Keay J. Condie Esqr. Estate map & Coy [County] Directory 073 A large farm steading iv the Village of the same name, the Property of Sir William D. Stewart.
OS1/25/40/10 BANK OF AIRNTULLY Bank of Airntully Bank of Airntully Bank of Airntully Bank of Airntully Mr Miller Occr [Occupier] J Condie Esqr. Estate map County Directory 073 A farm house and offices the property of Sir William D. Stewart
OS1/25/40/10 OLD MILL OF AIRNTULLY Old Mill of Airntully Old Mill of Airntully Old mill of Airntully Old mill of Airntully David Dow Occr [Occupier] John Condie Esqr. Estate Map County Directory 073 A corn mill with dwelling house offices, and a small farm of land attached the property of Sir William Drummond Stewart Bart [Baronet] of Murthly
OS1/25/40/10 BENCHILL BURN 073 Examined, Authenticated, and described by Examiners of 6th Division, in N. [Name] Sheets for the parish of Auchtergavin,
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OS1/25/40/11 SOUTH MILL OF AIRNTULLY South Mill of Airntully South Mill of Airntully South Mill of Airntully South Mill of Airntully John Logie Occr [Occupier] David Dow Peter Geekie Esqr. Estate map, 073 A small dwelling house and some offices attached, formerly a corn mill stood here the ruins of which still exist
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OS1/25/40/13 EASTER BROWNMUIR Easter Brownmuir Easter Brownmuir Easter Brownmuir James Young Occr [Occupier] McKenzie & Dickson Writers, Perh Estate map 074 A farm house and offices, the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton and Ballathie
OS1/25/40/13 WESTER BROWNMUIR Wester Brownmuir Wester Brownmuir Wester Brownmuir James Young McKenzie & Dickson Factors Estate map 074 A farm house and offices, the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton & Ballathie.
OS1/25/40/13 DERRY MILL (Corn) Derry Mill (Corn) Derry Mill (Corn) Mills of Derry Mills of Derry McKenzie & Dickson Writers Perth James & Robert McKenzie Occrs [Occupiers] Estate Map Valuation Roll (1863) County Directory 074 A corn mill and Thrashing mill with a dwelling house; Offices; and a small farm of land attached, the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton & Ballathie.
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OS1/25/40/14 BOATLANDS Boatlands Boatlands Boatlands James Lamb Occr [Occupier] McKenzie & Dickson Writers, Perth Estate map 074 A dwelling house and byre, with a small pendicle of land attached, the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton & Ballathie
OS1/25/40/14 WESTER KERCOCK Wester Kercock Wester Kercock Wester Kercock William Watson Occr [Occupier] McKenzie & Dickson Factors Estate map 074 A farm house and offices the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton and Ballathie
OS1/25/40/14 EASTER KERCOCK Easter Kercock Easter Kercock Easter Kercock East Kercock James Patton Occr [Occupier] McKenzie & Dickson Factors Estate map County Directory 074 A farm house and offices the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton and Ballathie
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OS1/25/40/15 SILVERWELLS Silverwells Silverwells Silverwells James Logie occr [occupier] Valuation Roll McKenzie & Dickson Solicitors & Factors, Perth 074 A farmhouse and offices, property of Major General Richardson of Tulliebelton
OS1/25/40/15 NINEVEH Nineveh Nineveh Nineveh Isaac Young occr [occupier] Valuation roll McKenzie & Dickson 074 A farmsteading in indifferent repair, property of Major General Richardson
OS1/25/40/15 OLD ENGLAND Old England Old England Old England James Sime occr [occupier] Valuation roll McKenzie & Dickson 074 A farmhouse with offices attached, property of General Richardson
OS1/25/40/15 MUIRHEAD Muirhead Muirhead Muirhead Robert Gardner, Postman Muirhead Valuation Roll McKenzie & Dickson 074 This name is applied to a small district comprising four small farm-steadings with a few acres of land attached to each. A yellow band on traces shews its extent, property of Major General Richardson
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OS1/25/40/17 BISHOPHALL Bishophall Bishophall Bishophall Bishophall James Simm Occr [Occupier] Messrs McKenzie & Dickson, Writers, Perth, & Factors for the Estate Estate map County Directory 074 A farm house and offices the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton & Ballathie
OS1/25/40/17 BALGREEN Balgreen Balgreen Balgreen Balgreen Robert Menzies occr [occupier] Messrs McKenzie & Dickson Estate map County Directory 074 A small farm house and offices the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton & Ballathie
OS1/25/40/17 WOODFIELD Woodfield Woodfield Woodfield Woodfield John McGregor Occr [Occupier] Messrs McKenzie & Dickson Estate map County Directory 074 A small farm house and offices the property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton and Ballathie
OS1/25/40/17 WOODEND Woodend Woodend Woodend Woodend John McGregor Occr [Occupier] Messrs McKenzie & Dickson Estate map County Directory 074 A dwelling house and byre which formerly had a farm of land attached, but is now blended with that of Woodfield
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OS1/25/40/18 CHURCH [Kinclaven] Church Church Church The Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Ross John McGregor Mr Stewart Meikleour 074 A tolerably sized edifice being the parish church, it has a small grave yard and is situated on a small eminence on the northeast corner of the parish.
OS1/25/40/18 MANSE [Kinclaven] Manse The Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Ross John McGregor Mr Stewart Meikleour 074 Immediately south is the Manse, a fine dwelling with Offices, a garden, and a very small Glebe attached. All the Glebe attached to this manse, is that small portion of stipled ground about the Church
OS1/25/40/18 KINCLAVEN 074 There is no Village of Kinclaven but the name has been to the Church and Manse for the sake of distinction. [initials] JB Lt R.E. [Lieutenant Royal Engineers]
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OS1/25/40/19 MUIRSIDE Muirside Muirside Muirside Robert Robertson occr [occupier] Valuation Roll J. Condie Esqr. Factor, Scone 074 A small farmsteading in indifferent repair; property of the Earl of Mansfield Scone Palace
OS1/25/40/19 MYRESIDE Myreside Myreside William Kay occr [occupier] McKenzie & DicKson Solicitors & Factors Perth 074 This name is applied to a smal farmsteading, and another house a few chains to the north east of it; property of General Richardson
OS1/25/40/19 CLEANSIDE Cleanside Cleanside Mr. Panton, occr [occupier] Valuation Roll McKenzie & Dickson 074 This name applies to a farmhouse and offices, and other two dwelling houses a few chains off in a north easterly direction: property of Major General Richardson.
OS1/25/40/19 COURT HILL Court Hill Court Hill Mr. Panton, Cleanside Robert Robertson New Stat [Statistical] Account 074 An elevated portion of ground in the north east of the parish planted with copse wood and a few firs; property of General Richardson
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OS1/25/40/20 MILLHOUSE Millhouse Millhouse Millhouse Helen Thomson occr [occupier] Val. [Valuation] Roll Mr Burns, Kinclaven 074 A small farmsteading; property of Lady Keith & Nairne, Tulliallan Castle
OS1/25/40/20 KINCLAVEN [farm] Kinclaven Kinclaven Kinclaven Mr Burns, occr [occupier] Valuation Roll Mr Panton, Cleanside 074 A farmhouse and offices; property of Lady Keith.
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OS1/25/40/21 BOATHOUSE Boathouse Boathouse Boathouse Mr Aitchison Occr [Occupier] Mr Stewart, Landsteward Meikleour Val. [Valuation] Roll (1863) 074 A dwelling house and Offices. Occupied by the boatman in charge of the Ferry The property of Lady Keith of Tulliallan
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OS1/25/40/23 RIVER TAY River Tay River Tay River Tay River Tay Mr Stewart New Stat. Acct [Statistical Account] Old Stat. Acct [Statistical Account] Rev. [Reverend] Mr Ross Kinclaven 074 A large river which issues from Loch Tay, in Breadalbane, and running in a South Eastern direction, passing the towns of DunKeld and Perth, and having its influx with the sea at Dundee, forming the boundary of this Parish on the North & East.
OS1/25/40/23 KINCLAVEN FERRY Kinclaven Ferry Kinclaven Ferry Kinclaven Ferry Kinclaven Ferry Mr Aitchison, Leasee Mr Stewart, Meikleour Board of regulations New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account] 074 A public Ferry on the River Tay. on the parish road leading from Stanley to Blairgowrie, immediately south is a dwelling house and offices occupied by the Ferryman. The property of Lady Keith of Tulliallan Castle
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OS1/25/40/24 KINCLAVEN CASTLE (Ruins of) Kinclaven Castle (Ruins of) Kinclaven Castle (Ruins of) Mr Stewart Meikeour Rev. [Reverend] Mr Ross Kinclaven Mr Aitchison Kinclaven Ferry New Stat. [Statistical] Account Old Stat. [Statistical] Account Fullarton's Gazetteer 074 The remains of a strong building situated in the east of the parish on the banks of the River Tay. Portions of the outside walls are all that now remains, they are about 5 feet thick and forming a complete square. The river is its only natural defence. The only tradition that can be gleaned in the locality regarding it is, that it was burned by Sir William Wallace and his followers.
OS1/25/40/24 [Page] 24 74-3 -- Parish of Kinclaven -- Perthshire "The royal castle of Kinclaven, now in ruins, is the only object interesting to the Antiquarian in the parish. It is said to have been built by Malcolm Canmore and continued to be occasion- ally occupied by the royal family during several centuries after it was erected." New Stat. [Statistical] Account "Kinclaven Castle on the banks of the Tay remains in ruins, and unless destroyed by some modern Goth, Will continue for ages to exhibit an example of the ancient strongholds of Scotland." Old Stat. [Statistical] Account
OS1/25/40/25 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
OS1/25/40/25 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.
OS1/25/40/25 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
OS1/25/40/25 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
OS1/25/40/25 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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OS1/25/40/26 KINGSMYRE Kingsmyre Kingsmyre Kingsmyre James Crichton, occr [occupier] Earl of Mansfield J. Condie Esqr. Factor 074 A small comfortable looking cottage on the banks of Kings Myre property of Lord Mansfield
OS1/25/40/26 BROADRISK Broadrisk Broadrisk James McKenzie occr [occupier] McKenzie & DicKson Solicitors Perth 074 Two dwelling houses with vegetable garden attached, property of General Richardson
OS1/25/40/26 JERUSALEM Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem Earl of Mansfield J. Condie Esqr. Val. [Valuation Roll] 074 A small farmsteading with pendicle attached; the property of the Earl of Mansfield
OS1/25/40/26 GUTTERHOLE Gutterhole Gutterhole Gutterhole Earl of Mansefield J. Condie Esqr. Val. [Valuation Roll] 074 A dwellinghouse with byre and a portion of ground attached, property of the Earl of Mansfield
OS1/25/40/26 HONEYHOLE Honeyhole Honeyhole Honeyhole Honeyhole Earl of Mansefield J. Condie Esqr. Val. [Valuation] Roll County Directory 074 A small farmsteading property of the Earl of Mansfield
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OS1/25/40/27 FAIRYKNOWE FairyKnowe FairyKnowe FairyKnowe Earl of Mansfield J. Condie Esqr. Factor Valuation Roll 074 A small farmsteading, property of the Earl of Mansfield
OS1/25/40/27 CHARLESTON Charleston Charleston Charleston Charleston Charleston Thomas Batter occr [occupier] Estate Map J. Condie Esq Valuation Roll 074 A farmhouse and offices, property of the Earl of Mansfield
OS1/25/40/27 KING'S MYRE King's Myre King's Myre King's Myre Thomas Batter, Charleston James Creighton, Kingsmyre James Gellatly, FairyKnows 074 A small lake situated a little to the north east of the farmhouse of Charleston. property of the Earl of Mansfield.
OS1/25/40/27 NEWBIGGING Newbigging Newbigging Newbigging Newbigging Newbigging David Barns orrc [occupier] Estate Map Val. [Valuation] Roll & New Stat. Acct [Statistical Account] J Condie Esqr. County Directory 074 A farmhouse and offices, property of the Earl of Mansfield
OS1/25/40/27 INNERNYTIE Innerytie Innerytie Innerytie Innerytie Robert Robertson occr [occupier] Estate Map J. Condie Esqr. County Directory 074 A large farmsteading, in good repair, property of the Earl of Mansfield,
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OS1/25/40/29 BROOMKNOWES BroomKnowes BroomKnowes BroomKnowes Lord Mansfield Peter Geikie Esqr. Factor Val. [Valuation] Roll (1863) 074 A dwelling house and byre with a small pendicle of land attached, the property of Lord Mansfield, Scone Palace
OS1/25/40/29 GREENHEAD Greenhead Greenhead Greenhead Greenhead Lord Mansfield Peter Geekie Esqr. Val. [Valuation] Roll (1863) County Directory 074 A dwelling house & byre with a pendicle of land attached, the property of Lord Mansfield
OS1/25/40/29 SCHOOL [nr. Greenhead] School School School School Lord Mansfield Peter Geekie Esqr. Estate map Mr Alexander 074 A small plain edifice being the parish school. It has a dwelling house, with a byre, and a small pendicle of land attached
OS1/25/40/29 INNERNYTIE SIDING Innernytie Station Innernytie Station Innernytie Station Lord Mansfield Peter Geekie Esqr. Mr Alexander 074 A siding on the Scottish North Eastern Railway, where Luggage trains stop twice a week for the accommodation of the produce of this locality
OS1/25/40/30 NEBS OF THE GATE Nebs of the Gate Nebs of the Gate Nebs of the Gate Mr Stewart, Meikleour James Alexander occr [occupier] Valuation Roll (1863) 074 A dwelling house and byre with a small pendicle attached, the property of Lady Keith
OS1/25/40/30 CIRCLE [Nebs of the Gate] Circle Mr Stewart, Meikleour James Alexander occr [occupier] Valuation Roll (1863) 074 At the road side is a circular vallum of earth with an opening in the east side. It has all the resemblance of those circles on the Muir of Gormack, & of those near Percy. Lord Mansfield & Messrs Geekie & Stewart can form no idea of what it has been. Some of the people of the locality call it a Roman Camp. It is planted with Fir I think it probable that this has been a cairn of which the top has been hollowed out leaving it now a circular vallum
OS1/25/40/30 WEST WOODEND West Woodend West Woodend West Woodend Messrs Mckenzie & Dickson Writers Perth Factors Estate map Val. [Valuation] Roll (1863) 074 A small farm house and offices the property Major General Richardson of Tullybelton.
OS1/25/40/30 HILLOCKS OF BALLATHIE Hillocks of Ballathie Hillocks of Ballathie Hillocks of Ballathie Mrs Scrimegour Occr Occr [Occupier] McKenzie & Dickson, Writers, Perth James Alexander 074 2 small dwelling houses the property of Major General Richardson
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OS1/25/40/31 LOANHEAD Loanhead Loanhead Loanhead Alexander Jackson, occr [occupier] Valuation Roll McKenzie & DicKson, Solicitors & Factors Perth 074 A small farmsteading, property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton.
OS1/25/40/31 BALLATHIE Ballathie Ballathie Ballathie Ballathie Valuation Roll McKenzie & DicKson County Directory Fullarton's Gazetteer 074 A fine mansion house with offices vegetable garden and a small portion of ornamental ground attached, property of Major General Richardson of Tullybelton
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OS1/25/40/33 GREEN'S LANDING Green's Landing Green's Landing Green's Landing Muirhead Lord Mansfield, Scone Palace Peter Geekie Esqr. Factor Scone Rental Estate Map. 074 A dwelling house and byre, with a small pendicle of land attached. The property of Lord Mansfield. About 32 years ago Dr [Doctor] Green ascended with a balloon at Perth, and descended here, hence the name.
OS1/25/40/33 INVERNESS AND PERTH JUNCTION RAILWAY Perth & Inverness Railway Perth & Inverness Railway Perth & Inverness Railway Perth & Inverness Railway Inverness & Perth Junction Railway Inverness & Perth Junction Railway Inverness & Perth Junction Railway Mr Farquharson, Station master Cargill Mr Hopkirk, Station master, Woodside Mr McClement, Taymount Peter Geekie Esqr. Factor Scone Palace Bradshaw's Railway Guide Company's bills of lading &c. Secty [Secretary] & Engineer to Company 074 A single line of Railway branching from the "Scottish North Eastern" at Stanley Junction and terminating at Inverness. The portion from Stanley to DunKeld till recently was called the "Perth and Dunkeld Railway" but now since it is opened the whole length to Inverness, it is designated the Perth & Inverness Railway
OS1/25/40/33 KNOCKSHINNAN Knockshinnan Knockshinnan Knockshinnan Knockshinan Knockshinnan Knockshinan Lord Mansfield Scone Palace Peter Geekie Esqr. Factor, Scone Rental Estate map County Map Old Stat. [Statistical] Account 074 A farm house and offices the property Lord Mansfield.
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OS1/25/40/34 NEWFARM Newfarm Newfarm Newfarm Newfarm Robert Gellatly occr [occupier] Rent receipts George Condie, Solicitor and Late Factor, Perth Val. [Valuation] Roll (1863) 074 A fine farm house having offices attached. The property of the Duke of Athole.
OS1/25/40/34 WEST TOFTS Westtofts Westtofts Westtofts West Tofts West Tofts Robert Gellatly George Condie Esqr. Peter GeeKie Esqr. County Directory Johnstone's Coy [County] Map 074 A small district comprising of a number of small pendicles The property of the Duke of Athole. see yellow band on traces for boundary
OS1/25/40/34 NEWLANDS Newlands Newlands Newlands Newlands Lord Mansfield Peter GeeKie, Esqr. Factor Estate map County Map 074 A dwelling house with a small pendicle attached. The property of Lord Mansfield.
OS1/25/40/34 TAYMOUNT Taymount Taymount Taymount Lord Mansfield Scone Palace Peter GeeKie, Esqr. Factor Estate map 074 A fine farm house and offices the property of Lord Mansfield
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OS1/25/40/35 SCOTTISH NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY Scottish North-Eastern Railway Scottish North-Eastern Railway Scottish North-Eastern Railway Scottish North-Eastern Railway Mr Farquharson Mr Hopkirk Peter GeeKie Esqr. Tickets 074 A Railway extending from Perth to Aberdeen.
OS1/25/40/35 MAINS OF TAYMOUNT Mains of Taymount Mains of Taymount Mains of Taymount Mains of Taymount Mains of Taymount Lord Mansfield, Scone Palace Peter GeeKie Esqr. Estate map Val. [Valuation] Roll (1863) County Directory 074 A farm house and offices The property of Lord Mansfield
OS1/25/40/35 TAYMOUNT HOUSE Taymount House Taymount House Taymount House House of Taymount Taymount Lord Mansfield Peter GeeKie Esqr. Estate Map Val. [Valuation] Roll (1863) County Directory 074 A fine mansion having Offices, garden, and some ornamental ground attached The property of Lord Mansfield
OS1/25/40/35 CAMPSIE LINN Campsie Linn Campsie Linn Campsie Linn Linn of Campsie Campsie Linn Lord Mansfield Peter GeeKie Esqr. Mr McClement Taymount Old & New Stat: [Statistical] Accounts Fair Maid of Perth. 074 A reef of rocks crossing part of the Tay opposite to Taymount House. The Waterfall is not great, at least in the present state of the river it does not appear more than a foot or two.
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OS1/25/40/36 BELLYMORE Bellymore Fishing Bellymore Fishing Bellymore Fishing Lord Mansfield Peter GeeKie Esqr. Factor Estate Map. 074 A Fishing station on the River Tay at Campsie Linn. The property of Lord Mansfield
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OS1/25/40/37 STANLEY JUNCTION Stanley Junction Stanley Junction Stanley Junction Mr HopKirk Station master Mr Farquharson Station master TicKets 074 This name applies to the junction of the Perth & Inverness Railway with the Scottish North-Eastern. At it is a Station, and is situated about ¼ of a mile from the town of Stanley.
OS1/25/40/37 BURNHEAD Burnhead Burnhead Burnhead Lord Mansfield, Scone Palace Peter GeeKie Esqr. Factor, Scone Estate map 074 A dwelling house and byre with garden attached. The property of Lord Mansfield
OS1/25/40/37 [Page] 37 74-13 -- Kinclaven -- Perthshire Burnmouth Fishing -- omit By order A. Gwin Corp Eng [Corporal Engineers]
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OS1/25/40/39 [Page] 39 [Volume] 40 OS1/25/40 [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE 28 APR. [APRIL] 1898 SOUTHAMPTON Co. [County] PERTH PARISH OF KINCLAVEN
OS1/25/40/40 [Page] 40 Index Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Airntully -- 73 -- 12 -- 10 Bank of Airntully -- 73 -- 12 -- 10 Benchill Burn -- 73 -- 12 -- 10 Boatlands -- 74 -- 1 -- 14 Bishophall -- 74 -- 2 -- 17 Balgreen -- 74 -- 2 -- 17 Boathouse -- 74 -- 3 -- 21 Black Wood -- 74 -- 5 -- 25 Broadrisk -- 74 -- 5 -- 26 Broomknowes -- 74 -- 6 -- 29 Ballathie -- 74 -- 6 -- 31 Bellymore -- 74 -- 9 -- 36 Burnhead -- 74 -- 13 -- 37 Cleikiminn -- 73 -- 8 -- 8 Crawbutts -- 73 -- 12 -- 9 Church -- 74 -- 2 -- 18 Cleanside -- 74 -- 2 -- 19 Court Hill -- 74 -- 2 -- 19 Coniehill Wood -- 74 -- 5 -- 25 Charleston -- 74 -- 5 -- 27 Circle -- 74 -- 6 -- 30 Campsie Linn -- 74 -- 9 -- 35 Drum of Airntully -- 73 -- 8 -- 7 Derry Mill (Corn) -- 74 -- 1 -- 13 Easter Brownmuir -- 74 -- 1 -- 13 Easter Kercock -- 74 -- 1 -- 14 Fairyknowe -- 74 -- 5 -- 27 Garth -- 73 -- 8 -- 8 Gutterhole -- 74 -- 5 -- 26 Greenhead -- 74 -- 6 -- 29 Green's Landing -- 74 -- 9 -- 33 Haugh of Kercock -- 63 -- 14 -- 3 Honeyhole -- 74 -- 5 -- 26 Hillocks of Ballathie -- 74 -- 6 -- 30 Innernytie -- 74 -- 5 -- 27 Innernytie Siding -- 74 -- 6 -- 29 Inverness & Perth Junction Ry [Railway] -- 74 -- 9 -- 33 Jerusalem -- 74 -- 5 -- 26 Kinclaven -- 74 -- 2 -- 20 Kinclaven -- 74 -- 2 -- 18 Kinclaven Ferry -- 74 -- 3 -- 23 Kinclaven Castle (Ruins of) -- 74 -- 3 -- 24 Kingsmyre -- 74 -- 5 -- 26 King's Myre -- 74 -- 5 -- 27 Knockshinnan -- 74 -- 9 -- 33 Laguna -- 73 -- 8 -- 7 Laguna Cottage -- 73 -- 8 -- 7 Loanhead -- 74 -- 6 -- 31 Middleton -- 73 -- 12 -- 9 Muirhead -- 74 -- 1 -- 15 Manse -- 74 -- 2 -- 18 Muirside -- 74 -- 2 -- 19 Myreside -- 74 -- 2 -- 19 Millhouse -- 74 -- 2 -- 20 Manse -- 74 -- 5 -- 25 Mains of Taymount -- 74 -- 9 -- 35 North Airntully -- 73 -- 8 -- 7 Nineveh -- 74 -- 1 -- 15 Newbigging -- 74 -- 5 -- 27 Nebs of The Gate -- 74 -- 6 -- 30 Newfarm -- 74 -- 9 -- 34 Newlands -- 74 -- 9 -- 34 Old Mill of Airntully -- 73 -- 12 -- 10 Old England -- 74 -- 1 -- 15 River Tay -- 74 -- 3 -- 23 Silver Wells -- 73 -- 4 -- 5 South Mill of Airntully -- 73 -- 16 -- 11 Silverwells -- 74 -- 1 -- 15 School -- 74 -- 6 -- 29 Scottish North Eastn [Eastern] Railway -- 74 -- 9 -- 35 Stanley Junction -- 74 -- 13 -- 37 Torr -- 73 -- 12 -- 9 Thorny -- 73 -- 12 -- 9 Taymount -- 74 -- 9 -- 34 Taymount House -- 74 -- 9 -- 35 U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church -- 74 -- 5 -- 25 West Airntully -- 73 -- 12 -- 10 Wester Brownmuir -- 74 -- 1 -- 13 Wester Kercock -- 74 -- 1 -- 14 Woodfield -- 74 -- 2 -- 17 Woodend -- 74 -- 2 -- 17 Woodside -- 74 -- 5 -- 25 West Woodend -- 74 -- 6 -- 30 West Tofts -- 74 -- 9 -- 34