List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
East Bank
Mr. Peter Crichton (Schoolmaster)
Mr. William Drummond
088 [Situation] Near the east of Longforgan village.
A neat built farm house with offices & arable farm attached. The Property of George Patterson Esqr. Tenanted by William Drummond
CASTLE HUNTLY (15th Century) Castle Huntly
Castle Huntly
Castle Huntly
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Richie
Mr. Peter Crichton (Schoolmaster)
Stobie's Co. [County] Map
088 [Situation] About ⅜ mile SW. [South West] of Longforgan village.
A fine building on the summit of a rock, a short distance to the west of Longforgan, the date of the building of this castle is uncertain, but it is said to have been built by Andrew the 2nd. Lord Gray of Fowlis, and named after his Lady, a daughter of the Earl of Huntly. There are magnificent gardens, extensive and richly furnished attached, The Property of George Paterson Esqr.

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Ph. [Parish] Longforgan -- Sheet 88 No. 5 Traces 3 & 4 Collected by Joseph Clegg RE. [Royal Engineers]

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