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List of names as writtenVarious modes of spellingAuthorities for spellingSituationDescription remarksNote
CHAPELTOWN OF KILNMAICHLIE
Chapeltown of Kilnmaichlie Chapeltown of Kilnmaichlie Chapeltown of Kilnmaichlie Chapeltown of Kilnmaichlie Chapeltown Chapelton Chapeltown of Kilmaichlie
Thomas Smith Dalrachie William Grant Dalrachie James Leslie Parkhead Mr. Alexander Smith Tomintoul List of Roads and Bridges Robertson's Map of Banffshire &c 1822 New Statistical Account
035
An ordinary sized farm house, with garden, offices and farm attached. the property of Sir G. McPherson Grant Ballindalloch.
CÀRN A' BHODAICH
Carn a Bhodaich
Thomas Smith Dalrachie William Grant Dalrachie James Leslie Parkhead William Alexander Smith Tomintoul
035
A large cairn of stones in the field immediately east of the farm house of Chapeltown, and supposed to be a sepulchral cairn.
CAIRN [Chapeltown of Kilnmaichlie]
035
In the same field a similar cairn was removed some years ago, in which there was found a stone cist or coffin, containing bituminous earth. It was surrounded by large flagstones set on end & in the form of a circle: the whole being covered by a cairn of stones.
A STONE COFFIN FOUND HERE [Chapeltown of Kilnmaichlie]
035
In the same field a similar cairn was removed some years ago, in which there was found a stone cist or coffin, containing bituminous earth. It was surrounded by large flagstones set on end & in the form of a circle: the whole being covered by a cairn of stones.
CHAPEL WELL
Chapel Well
Thomas Smith Dalrachie William Grant Dalrachie James Leslie Parkhead William Alexander Smith Tomintoul
035
A copious Spring of excellent water, in the same field with, and a few chains south of, "Carn a Bhodaich" - said to be a Holy Well.

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Co. [County] of Banff -- Ph. [Parish] of Inveravon

[Note to Càrn a' Bhodaich:]
Old Man's Cairn is the
meaning of this name

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