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13.—COUNTY OF PERTH.

I.—COUNTY BOUNDARIES.

The county of Perth had four detached parts, viz., :—(a.) The parishes of Culross and Tulliallan, adjoining the counties of Fife and Kinross ; (b.) Part of the parish of Kippen, surrounded by the county of Stirling and (c.) and (d.) Two detached parts of the parish of Caputh, each surrounded by the county of Forfar. It contained two detached parts of other counties, viz., part of the county of Forfar, consisting of a detached part of the parish of Kettins, and part of the county of Stirling, consisting of part of the parish of Logie. There were twelve parishes situated partly in the county of Perth and partly in other counties, viz., Abernethy, Alloa, Alyth, Arngask, Caputh, Coupar-Angus, Forgandenny, Fossoway & Tulliebole, Kippen, Lecropt, Liff Benvie & Invergowrie, and Logie. It was also found necessary to deal with the parish of Fowlis-Easter, which is for certain purposes united to the Forfarshire parish of Lundie.

The county boundaries have been dealt with as follows :—

A. With the County of Clackmannan

1.—Alloa.

A very small portion of the parish of Alloa was situated in Perthshire, the rest of the parish being in the county of Clackmannan. It extended to about 3 acres, was situated at Gogar Haugh, and is the property of Mrs. Merries Stirling. By the Order printed at p. 50, no change was made in the county boundary, but this small portion of Alloa was transferred to the parish of Logie and to the county of Stirling. See County of Stirling, Logie, infra, p. 276.

(Sheet 30 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

B. With the County of Fife.

1.—Abernethy.

The parish of Abernethy was situated partly in the county of Fife and partly in the county of Perth. The division of the parishes between those two counties was correctly shown on the Survey maps, with this exception, that the lands of Easter Colzie, in the south east corner of the parish, should have been shown as part of the county of Fife. By the Order printed at p. 46 the whole of the lands of Easter Colzie, Nochnarrie, and Pitlour, to the county of Perth. These excepted lands remain in the county of Fife, being transferred to Fife parishes, Easter Colzie to Newburgh, and Nochnarrie and Pitlour to Strathmiglo. (See County of Fife, Abernethy, &c., infra, p. 256.)

The following subjects have thus (while remaining in the parish of Abernethy) been transferred from the county of Fife to the county of Perth :—

Place Description Proprietor
Balvaird, Farm, Earl of Mansfield.
Do. Cottage, land, and woodlands, Do.
Mucklebein, Farm, Do.
Catochil, Lands and house, John Thom.
Dumbarrow, Farm, John Pratt Anderson.
Do. House, offices, garden, and woodlands, Do.
Do. Cottage and garden, Do.
Glentarkin, Farm, Do.
Pittuncarty, Farm and woodlands, Rev. William Stoddart.
Colzie Hill, Lands and house, Robert Landale of Pitmedden.

For changes on the parish of Abernethy see County of Fife, Abernethy, &c., p. 25.

(Sheets 40 and 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

3.—Arngask.

The parish of Arngask was situated partly in the county of Fife, partly in the county of Kinross, and partly in the county of Perth. By the Order printed at p. 46 it has been placed wholly in the county of Perth.

The following subjects have thus (while remaining in the parish of Arngask) been transferred from the county of Fife to the county of Perth :—

Place Description Proprietor
Arngask, Manse, offices, garden, glebe, and woodlands, Heritors of Arngask.
Do. Mansion-house, garden, offices, servant's houses, land, and woodlands, Henry Gibson Cameron Corbett.
Do. Farm (part), houses, and land, Do.
Damhead, Old tollhouse and land, Do.
Gallaknowe, House and land, Do.
Balvaird, House, smithy, and land, Earl of Mansfield.
Blindwells, Farm (part), houses, and land, Misses Margaret Scott Glass and Catherine Glass.
Newton of Balcanquhan, Do. Do.
Do. House, offices, garden, land, and woodlands, Do.
Do. Houses, Do.
Do. House, land, and granary, Arngask Kirk-Session.
Do. House, shop, and garden, Trustees of late Robert Rumgay.
Conland, Farm and woodlands, Representatives of late James Marshall.
Edenshead, Lands, Do.
Pitillock, Farm and woodlands, Representatives of late James Marshall.
Duncrievie, Moor, Do.
Glenfarg, House, land, and part of lodge, Mrs. Elizabeth Lettibridge or Burton.
Newfargie, House, office, garden, lands, and woodlands, Do.
Haughs of Newfargie, Land, Do.
Letham and Forester's Seat, Farm, David Anderson Smeaton.
Do. Woodlands, Do.
Muirfield, House, garden, byre, and land, Mrs. Margaret Henderson.
Summerfield, House and land, James Skinner.
Old Fargie and Fargie Bank, Land, houses, and garden, Peter M'Arthur.
Damhead, House with gardens, John Allan.
Do. House, shop, and garden, Peter Anderson.
Do. House with gardens, Robert Barcklay.
Do. Joiner's workshop, &c., Alexander Deas.
Do. House, wright's shop, & garden, Henry Deas.
Do. House with gardens, James Dick.
Do. Do. David Gordon.
Do. House, shop, stable, garden, &c., David Harley.
Do. House and garden, Mrs. Mary Deas or Simpson.
Do. House with gardens, Rev. John Young.
Do. Stationmaster's house, North British Railway Co.
Part of the North British Railway line (2 miles 19 chains),   Do.
Glenfarg Station (part),   Do.

For subjects transferred from Kinross to Perth, see Arngask, infra, p. 203.

(Sheet 40 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

3.—Culross and Tulliallan.

These parishes formed a detached part of Perthshire, lying on the Forth between the counties of Clackmannan and Fife. They have now transferred to the county of Fife by the Order printed at p. 45.

For details see (County of Fife, Culross and Tulliallan, infra, p. 251.

C. With the County of Forfar.

1.—Alyth.

The parish of Alyth was situated partly in the county of Forfar and partly in the county of Perth. By the Order printed at p. 45 it has been placed wholly in the county of Perth.

The following subjects have thus (while remaining in the parish of Alyth) been transferred from the county of Forfar to the county of Perth :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Borland—Borland, Land, hill, pasture, and house, Heirs of Patrick M'Kenzie.
Wynd of Borland, House, Do.
Hillock, House and land, Do.
Estate of Coldrach—Coldrach, Farm, Cottage, and grass parks, Trustees of late Patrick Allan of Hospitalfield.
Estate of Drumfork—Drumfork, House, garden. Servants' houses and grass parks, James Duncan.
Do. House. Land and grazing, Do.
Estates of Drumore, &c.—Drumore, House, garden, and hill, Andrew Usher.
Do. Houses, Do.
Duan, House, pasture land, and woodlands, Do.
Whitehouse, Farm, Do.
Estate of Dunay or Wards of Borland—Dunay, House, farm and hill ground, Peter Fleming.
Lower Whitehouse, House and pasture land, William Fleming.
Estates of Milltown, &c.—Blacklunans, House, Trustees of late William Shaw.
Milton of Blacklunans, Farm and houses, Do.
Leyhillocks, Pendicle, Do.
Millton, House, Do.
Milltonmuir, Moor, Do.
Mount Blair, Hill pasture and lodge, Do.
Shaw's Croft, House and pasture land, Do.
Westerton, Cottage and moor, Do.
Westerton and Parks, Farm, Do.


(Sheet 50 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

3.—Caputh

In adjusting the boundaries between Forfarshire and Perthshire it was necessary to deal with three of the eight detached parts of the parish of Caputh. The whole of the parish except these three detached parts was situated in the main portion of the county of Perth. One of these three detached parts formed part of the county of Forfar. It was situated at Balbeuchly, and has been annexed to the parish of Auchterhouse (see County of Forfar, Auchterhouse, &c., supra, p. 192). The remaining two of those three detached parts were also detached parts of the county of Perth. The one was situated at Foffarty, and has been transferred to the county of Forfar and to the parish of Kinnettles. The other was situated at Broughty Castle, and has been transferred to the county of Forfar, and to the parish of Monifieth (see County of Forfar, Caputh, supra, p. 168).

For other changes on the parish of Caputh, see Caputh, infra, p. 236.

3.—Coupar-Angus.

The parish of Coupar-Angus was situated partly in the county of Forfar and partly in the county of Perth. By the Order printed at p. 37 it has been placed wholly in the county of Perth.

The subjects thus transferred are for the most part situated in the police burgh of Coupar-Angus. The county boundary previously ran through the town. It now follows the eastern boundary of the parish of Coupar-Angus, and accordingly all subjects in the town of Coupar-Angus are now placed within the county of Perth. It would serve no good purpose to enumerate the various small properties and their proprietors.

The following subjects have been transferred from the county of Forfar to the county of Perth :—

The Town of Coupar-Angus, in so far as previously in Forfarshire, including subjects in Abbey, Abbeyhill Road, Dundee Road, Millar Street, Precinct Street, Queen Street, and Thornally Road. Also the following subjects :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Coupar-Angus—Abbey, Land, E. A. Stuart Gray of Gray.
Meadowside, Farm, Do.
Thornally, Land, Do.
Coupar-Angus, Land, inn, stabling, and house, Caledonian Railway Co..
Do. Glebe, Heritors of the Parish.
Part of the Caledonian (Scottish North-Eastern) Railway line
(1 mile 21 chains or thereby) in the vicinity of Coupar-Angus Station,
  Caledonian Railway Co..
Coupar-Angus Station (part),   Do.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

4.—Fowlis-Easter.

This parish, which was united for educational and other purposes with the Forfarshire parish of Fowlis-Easter, has been transferred to the county of Forfar by the Order printed at p. 37.

For details see County of Forfar, Fowlis-Easter, supra, p. 189.

5.—Kettins.

The parish of Kettins had a detached part which was also a detached part of the county of Forfar. It was situated at Bandirran, and adjoined the Forfarshire parishes of Collace, Kinnaird, and St Martins, and a detached part of Caputh. By the Order printed at p.38 this detached part has been transferred to the parish of Collace and to the county of Perth.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the county of Forfar to the county of Perth (and at the same time from the parish of Kettins to the parish of Collace) :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Bandirran—Bandirran, Mansion-house, garden, policies, servants' houses, grass parks, and woodlands, Trustee for W. M. Macdonald of St. Martins.
Do. Pendicle, houses, and farm, Do.
Mill, Nabirran, Farm, Do.
East Bank Park,    

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)


6.—Liff Benvie & Invergowrie.

This parish was situated party in the county of Forfar and partly in the county of Perth. It has now been placed wholly in the county of Forfar by the Order printed at p. 37.

See County of Forfar, Liff, &c., supra, p. 190.

D. With the County of Kinross.

1.—Arngask.

The parish of Arngask was situated partly in the county of Fife, partly in the county of Kinross, and partly in the county of Perth.

By the Order printed at p. 16 it has been placed wholly in the county of Perth.

The following subjects have thus (while remaining in the parish of Arngask) been transferred from the county of Kinross to the county of Perth :—

Place Description Proprietor
Barley Mill, House, meal mill, lands, and woodlands, Robert Bruce of Glendeuglie.
Smiddyhill, House and garden, Do.
Birniehill, Farm, Alaxander Elder of Newhill.
Easter Blair, Do. John Keay of Butterwell.
Wester Blair, Lands, Heirs of J. B. Reid.
Do. House, byre, and garden, James Clark.
Candy Barley Mill, House, Trustees of late Arthur Hay Barclay.
Glendy and Candy, Farm, Do.
Glendy, Mill, land, and woodlands, Do.
Craigfary & Shirend, House, lands, and woodlands, John Luke, heritable creditor of J. B. Reid.
Damhead, House and garden, Miss Euphemia Constable.
Do. Land, Alexander Deas.
Do. Land and houses, William Deas, joiner, Perth.
Do. Do. William Deas, builder, Damhead.
Do. Inn, offices and land, David Dick.
Duncrevie, House, barn, byre, and land, Alexander Coventry.
Do. House, offices, and land, James Lilburne.
Do. Shop and houses with gardens, Do.
Duncrevie, House and garden, Miss Jane Lilburne, liferentrix.
Do. Do. Robert Lilburne.
Do. House, offices, garden, policies, and servants' houses, Representatives of late James Marshall.
Do. House land, and woodlands, Do.
Do. House, offices, and smithy, Do.
Hilton of Duncrevie, Farm, workshop, and land, Do.
Langside, Farm, Do.
Rashiefold, Land, Do.
Duncrevie, House, shop, and lands, James Simpson.
Do. Hoses with gardens, Do.
Do. House and land, Catherine Templeton.
Rashiefold, House, offices, and land, Mrs. Agnes Small.
Redfordneuk, Farm, Mrs. Mary Mailer or Thomson.
West Plains, Lands, James Niven of West Plains.

For subjects in the parish of Arngask transferred from the county of Fife to the county of Perth, see Arngask, supra, p. 199.

(Sheet 40 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

2.—Forgandenny and Forteviot.

The parish of Forgandenny was situated partly in the county of Kinross and partly in the county of Perth. By the Order printed at p. 47 the Kinross-shire part was transferred to Perthshire, and it was at the same time transferred to the parish of Forteviot.

For details as to alterations in these parishes, see Forgandenny, &c., p. 244.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the county of Kinross to the county of Perth :—

Place Description Proprietor
Auchtenny, Farm, house, and woodlands, James Calder of Ardargie.
Middlerigg, Farm and woodlands, Do.

(Sheet 40 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

3.—Fossoway & Tulliebole.

The parish of Fossoway & Tulliebole was situated partly in the county of Kinross and partly in the county of Perth. By the Order printed at p. 48 a small portion of the Perthshire part of the parish was transfrred to the parish of Glendevon, and the parish of Fossoway & Tulliebole, as thus altered in area, was placed wholly in county of Kinross.

For details see Blackford, &c., infra, p. 220, and County of Kinross,Fossoway, &c., infra, p. 267.

E. With the County of Stirling.

1.—Alloa.

A small part of the parish of Alloa was situated in the county of Perth, adjoining the Perthshire part of the parish of Logie. By the Order printed at p. 50 it has been transferred to the county of Stirling and to the parish of Logie. See County of Stirling, Logie, infra, p. 278, or County of Clackmannan, Alloa, infra, p. 271.

2.—Kippen.

The parish of Kippen was situated partly in the county of Perth and partly in the county of Stirling. A portion of the Perthshire part of the parish was also a detached part of Perthshire. The whole parish has now been placed in the county of Stirling by the Order printed at p. 52.

For details see County of Stirling, Kippen, supra, p. 278.

3.—Lecropt.

The parish of Lecropt was situated partly in the county of Perth and partly in the county of Stirling, By the Order printed at p. 50 that part of the parish which lay to the east of the west boundary of the Scottish Central Railway line was transferred to the parish of Logie. At this time a small part of the parish of Logie which lay to the west of the west boundary of that railway, and on the right bank of the Allan Water, was transferred to the parish of Lecropt. Then the parish of Lecropt, as thus altered in area, was placed wholly in the county of Perth.

The following subjects were thus transferred from the county of Stirling to the county of Perth

(1.) Part of the parish of Logie transferred at the same time to the parish of Lecropt.

Place Description Proprietor
Keirfield, Part of grass park west of railway, Archibald Stirling of Keir.

(2.) Part of the parish of Lecropt (which continues to form part of that parish).

Place Description Proprietor
Cottonhaugh, Farm, Archibald Stirling of Keir.
Deafleys, Land and houses, Do.
Inverallan, Do. Do.
Keirfield, Part of grass park west of railway, Do.
Langleys, Farm, Do.
Moss, Do. Do.
Netherton, Do. Do.
Overton, Do. Do.
Westleys, Do. Do.
Lecropt, School, Lecropt School Board.
Do. House and garden, John Wilson.
Fishings in River Forth,   Magistrates and Town-Council of Stirling.

(Sheet 39 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

4.—Logie.

The parish of Logie was situated partly in the county of Clackmannan, partly in the the county of Perth, and partly in the county of Stirling. Part of the Clackmannanshire portion formed a detached portion of that county. The effect of the Order which deals with this parish (printed at p. 60) may be described in general terms as follows:—

The area of the parish has been altered (1) by the disjunction of the portions attached to the main portion of the parish of Clackmannan, and of the small portion already noticed (Lecropt, supra) as having been transferred to the parish of Lecropt ; and (2) by the addition of the Perthshire part of Alloa parish and of portions of Lecropt parish east of the west boundary of the Scottish Central Railway line. The parish, as thus altered in area, was placed wholly in the county of Stirling.

For details see County of Stirling, Logie, infra, p. 282.

II.—PARISH BOUNDARIES.

The boundaries of the Perthshire parishes were unusually complicated, and presented problems of great difficulty and complexity. Owing to the manner in which parishes were entangled with each other, it is necessary to deal with them for the most part in groups, with the view of securing that the changes on each parish shall be detailed in one group. This is possible in the case of all parishes except, two, viz. the parish of Caputh, of which detached parts were scattered without the slightest regard to geographical convenience, and the parish of Dunkeld & Dowally, one detailed part of which will be dealt with in a differrent group from that in which the main portion of the parish is placed. In all cases the usual cross references are given.

1.—Abernethy.

The parish of Abernethy has been altered in area through the transference of certain parts of the parish which were formerly in Fife to the Fife parishes of Newburgh and Strathmiglo by the Order printed at p. 46.

For details see County of Fife, Abernethy ,&c., infra, p. 256.

2.—Auchterader and Dunning.

Each of these parishes had a small detached part, there being, however, this peculiarity that the detached part of Dunning was separated from the main portion of Dunning only by the detached part of Auchterarder. By the Order printed at p. 53 the detached part of Auchterarder was transferred to Dunning, and thus the detached part of Dunning has been united to the main portion of the parish. The detached part of Auchterarder lay in the north—west corner of Dunning parish.

The area thus transferred from the parish of Auchterarder to the parish of Dunning was—

Place Description Proprietor
North Strathy, Farm (part), John Stevenson of Aberuthven.

(Sheet 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

3.—Auchtergaven, Corie, Crieff, Fowlis-Wester, Little Dunkeld, Methven, Moneydie, Monzie, Moxzievaird & Strowan, Muthill, and Redgorton.

Out of these eleven parishes eight had to be dealt with as having detached parts. The other three (Comrie, Little Dunkeld, and Muthill) were affected by the manner in which those detached parts were treated. For the sake of clearness it may be well to tabulate the condition of the eight parishes referred to, with reference to their detached parts.

Parish Number of
Detached Parts
Where Situated
Auchtergaven, One, Moneydieroger, in the south of the parish of Moneydie.
Crieff, Two, (a.) Auchilanzie, surrounded by the parish of Fowlis-Wester.
(b.) Glenshervie (included in Ordnance Survey maps in Monzievaird detached No. 2).
Fowlis—Wester, One, Auchnafree, in Glenalmond.
Methven, One, Tullybeagles, almost surrounded by the parish of Auchtergaven.
Moneydie, One, Moneydieroger, beside the detached part of the parish of Auchtergaven.
Monzie, Three, No. 1 . Innerpeffray, south-east of Crieff.
No. 2. Auchnafree, north of the parish of Monzievaird & Strowan.
No. 3. Logiealmond, in Glenalmond, north of the parish of Methven.
Monzievaird & Strowan, Four, Nos. 1 & 2. Cultibregan, surrounded by the parish of Comrie.
No. 3. Easter Meiggar, in Glenartney.
No. 4. Auchnashelloch, in Glenartney.
Redgorton, One, Mullion, north of Monzie detached No. 3.

These parishes are all dealt with in one Order (printed at p. 53).

The following are the changes made, the subjects affected being detailed as usual under the parishes to which they are transferred :—

(1.)—Auchtergaven

(a.) The detached part of Auchtergaven has been transferred to the parish of Moneydie by Clause III. of the Order (supra, p. 55).—See Moneydie, infra.

(b.) Part of Auchtergaven adjoining the detached part of Redgorton has been transferred to the parish of Monzie. The boundary of the part transferred is given in Clause IV. of the Order (supra, p. 55.).—See Monzie, infra, p. 213.

(c.) The detached part of Methven has been transferred to Auchtergaven by Clause II. of the Order (supra, p. 55).

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Methven to the parish of Auchtergaven :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Tullybeagles—Balquharren, Farms, Dowager Marchioness of Lansdowne.
Do. House, smithy, and land, Do.
Do. Houses with gardens, Do.
Bellstane, Farms, Do.
Berryhill, Farm, Do.
Gibbieston, Do. Do.
Glack, Do. Do.
Do. House and garden, Do.
Halfway, Farm, Do.
Millton, Do. Do.
Tullbyeagles, Lodge, moor, and woodlands, Do.

(Sheets 47 and 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(2.)—Comrie.

(a.) Detached parts Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of Monzievaird & Strowan have been transferred to Comrie by Clause XIII. of the Order (supra, p. 57).

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Monzievaird & Strowan to the parish of Comrie

Place Description Proprietor
Drummond Castle Estate—Meiggar, Woodlands and moor, Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
Do. Cottage, Do.
Easter Meigar, Farm, Do.
Do. Hill (part), Do.
Wester Meiggar, Farm, Do.
Trian, Do. Do.
Estate of Dunira—Cultybraggan, Farm (part), Trustees of Sir Sydney James Dundas ofDunira.
Drumchork, Do. Do.
Milntuim, Do. Do.
Milmuick, Land, G. Charnley Dewhurst of Aberuchill.

(b.) Part of the parish of Muthill was also annexed to Comrie by Clause XV. of the Order (supra, p. 57). The part thus dealt with is situated at Cowden, and lay between the main portion of Monzievaird & Strowan and Monzievaird & Strowan detached No. 3.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parishof Muthill to the parish of Comrie ;—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Cowden—Cowden, House, garden, and land, Robert M'Naighton of Cowden.
Do. Pendicle and House, Do.
Estate of Strowan—Bogton, Cowden, Farm, Thomas James Graham-Stirling of Strowan.
South Cowden, Farm (part), Do.
West Cowden, Woodlands, Do.
Mill of Fortune, Land, house, and steading, Do.
Over Mill of Fortune, Farm (part), Do.

(Sheet 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(3)—Crieff.

(a.)The detached part of Crieff, situated at Glenshervie, was transferred to the parish of Monziervaird & Strowan by Clause X. of the Order (supra, p. 56). For the subjects thus transferred from the parish of Crieff to the parish of Monzievaird, see Monzievaird, infra, p. 214.

(b.) The part of the parish of Crieff which lay on the right bank of the Earn was by Clause XVI. (supra, p. 57) transferred to the parish of Muthill. For details as to this subjects thus disjoined from Crieff and Muthill, infra, p. 215.

(c.) By Clause VIII. of the Order (supra, p. 56) the detached part of Crieff situated at Auchilanzie was transferred to the parish of Fowlis-Wester, and so also was the whole of that portion of Crieff which lay in the basin of the River Almond. This comprises the large area which lies to the north of the parish of Fowlis-Wester. For details as to the area and subjects thus disjoined from Crieff see Fowlis-Wester, infra, p. 210.

(d.) By Clause IX. of the Order (supra, p, 66) the portion of the parish of Monzie which contained the village of Monzie, and also Monzie detached No. 1, was annexed to the parish of Crieff. :—

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Monzie to the parish of Crieff

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Monzie—Monzie, Castle, garden, lawn, offices, and servants' houses, George Johnston of Lathrisk.
Do. Grass parks and woodlands, Do.
Monzie, House, sawmill and land, Do.
Do, Public School, Do.
Braes of Monzie and Hill, Land and houses, Do.
Broughty, House, Do.
Craigentore, Cottage and land, Do.
Inver, Craigentore, Land, Do.
Cuilt, House, Do.
Dronie, Land, Do.
Ibert of Monzie, Land and houses, Do.
Parknook, Land, Do.
Tombuie, Do. Do.
Estate of Ochertyre—Hill of Callander, Farm (part) and moor, Sir Patrick Keith Murray of Ochertyre.
Monzie, Parish Church, manse, and glebe, Heritors of the Parish.
Do. Schoolmaster's house, School Board of the Parish.
Craigentore, Cottage, offices and garden, Trustees of Gilmerton Free Church.
Estate of Innerpeffray—Innerpeffray, Lodge, garden, park, and offices, Trustee for the Hon. Arthur Drummond of Cromlix.
Do. Woodlands and houses, Do.
North Mains of Innerpeffray, Farm (part) and moor, Do.
South Mains of Innerpeffray, House and farm, Do.
Muir of Innerpeffray, House and land, Do.
Coble Haugh, Innerpeffray, Do. Do.
Millearn, Farm (part) and moor, Do.
Parknook, House, Do.
Powmill, Farm, Do.
Shearerstone, Pendicle (part), Do.
Westhill, Farm, Do.
Innerpeffray, House, library, and school buildings, Governors of the Innerpeffray Mortification.
Estate of Dollerie—Altens, House, garden, and woodlands, Anthony George Murray of Dollerie.
Altena Haugh, Land, Do.
Dollerie Muir, Farm (part) and moor, Do.
Part of the Caledonian Railway (Crieff and Methven) line (50 chains),   Caledonian Railway Co..

(Sheet 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(4.)—Fowlis-Wester.

(a.) The detached part of the parish of Fowlis-Wester, situated at Auchnafree, has been transferred to the parish of Monziervaird & Strowan by Clause XI. of the Order (supra, p. 66).—See Monziervaird & Strowan, infra, p. 214.

(b.) The part of the parish of Fowlis-Wester which lay in the basin of the River Bran was transferred to the parish of Little Dunkeld by Class VII. of the Order (supra, p. 66).—See Little Daunkeld, infra, p. 212.

(c.) The part of the parish of Fowlis-Wester which lay to the north of the Almond and in the basin of the Almond was transferred to the parish of Monzie by Clause VI. of the Order (supra, p. 65).—See Monzie, infra, p. 213.

(d.) The detached part of the parish of Crieff at Auchilanzie, and all that part of the parish of Crieff which lies in the basin of the Almond, were by Clause VllI. of the Order (supra,p. 66) transferred to the parish of Fowlis-Wester. The effect of this clause on the main portion of the parish of Crieff was to cut off all that part of the old parish which lay north of the old parish of Fowlis-Wester and north of the watershed between Glenalmond and Glenturret, near Stonefield Hill.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Crieff to the parish Fowlis-Wester

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Cultoquhey—Auchilanzie, Farm, James Maxtone Graham of Cultoquhey.
Estate of Abercairney—Bachanty, Do. Charles Stirling Home Drummond-Murray of Abercairney and Inchbrakie.
Do. Mill lands, Do.
Connachan, Lodge, house, and moor, Do.
Fendoch, Houlton and Dalminar, Farm, Do.
Fendoch, House, Do.
Sma' Glen, Fendoch, Do. Do.
East Fendoch and Renanach Muir, Land, Do.
Estate of Glenalmond—Glenalmond, House, garden, and servants' houses, Mrs. Margaret Malcolm Patton.
Do. Grass parks and woodlands, Do.
Do. Home farm, Do.
Conyachan, Farm, Do.
Corriemuckloch, Do. Do.
Do. House and land, Do.
Dalick, House, Do.
Little Downie, Farm, Do.
Meikledownie, Do. Do.
Greenfield, Do. Do.
Lethendy, House, Do.
Milrodgie, Houses, Do.
Shilligan, House, Do.

(Sheet 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(5.)—Little Dunkeld

By Clause VII. of the Order (supra, p. 56) the part of Fowlis-Wester which lay in the basin of the River Bran was transferred to Little Dunkeld. This district is situated near Amulree. The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Fowlis-Wester to the parish of Little Dunkeld :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Logiealmond—Auchmore, Farm (part), Earl of Mansfield.
Aultmad, House, Do.
Dalreaoch, Farm, Do.
Dullator, Do. Do.
Little Findownie, Do. Do.
Girrion, Do. Do.

(Sheet 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(6.)—Methven.

(a.) The detached part of Methven situated at Tullybogle has been transferred to the parish of Auchtergaven by Clause II. of the Order (supra, p. 55).—See Auchtergaven, supra, p. 208.

(b.) The part of Monzie detached No. 3, which lay south of the River Almond, was by Clause I. of the Order (supra, p. 55 )transferred to the parish of Methven. It is situated at The Cairnies.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Monzie to the parish of Methven:—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of the Cairnies—The Cairnies,   Mrs. Margaret Malcolm Patton of Glenalmond.
Spotsfield,   Do.
Almondbrae,   Thomas M. Harris.
Annfield,   Do.
Ashton,   Do.
The Cairnies,   Do.
Do.   Do.
Millhole,   Do.
East Tulchan,   Do.
Woodburn,   Do.
Trinity College, Glenalmond,   Trustees of Trinity College.

(Sheets 47 and 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(7.)—Moneydie.

The detached part of Auchtergaven at Moneydie was by Clause III. of the Order (supra, p. W) transferred to Moneydie.

The following subject has thus been transferred from the parish of Auchtergaven to the parish of Moneydie :—

Place Description Proprietor
Moneydieroger, Farm, Earl of Mansfield.

(Sheet 43 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one—inch scale.)

(8.)—Monzie.

The effect of the alterations on the area of Monzie is to transfer the parish centre to the part of the parish which was the centre of population and of wealth The new parish of Monzie is now situated in Logiealmond and does not differ greatly in extent from the quoad sacra parish of Logiealmond.

(a.)Monzie detached No. 1 at Innerpeffray, and also the part of the parish in which the parish church is situated, were transferred to the parish of Crieff by Clause IX. of the Order (supra, p. 56).—See Crieff, supra, p. 209.

(b.) The part of Monzie detached No. 3, which lay south of the Almond, was by Clause I. of the Order (supra, p. 55) transferred to Methven.—See Methven. supra, p. 212.

Monzie detached No. 2 at Auchnafree was transferred to Monzievaird & Strowan by Clause X. of the Order (supra, p. 56).—See Monzievaird & Strowan, infra, p. 214.

(d.) By Clause IV. of the Order (supra, p. 55) the part of Auchtergaven which lay to the west and south-west of the boundary there described was transferred to Monzie. The area thus dealt with is the southern part of the tongue of Auchtergaven which lay between the detached part of Methven and the detached part of Redgorton.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Auchtergaven to the parish of Monzie :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Strathord—Corrody, Grazings, Duke of Athole.
Drumquhare, House, Do.
Drumquhare and Cockerston, Farm, Do.
Gourdie Hill, Do. Do.
Carse of Kinglands, Do. Do.
Hill and Park of Kinglands, Do. Do.
Hill of Logiebride, Do. Do.
Shenval, Farm and moor, Do.
Westerton, Farm, Do.
Woodend, Do. Do.

(e.) By Clause V. of the Order (supra, p. 55) the detached part of Redgorton at Mullion ws annexed to Monzie. The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Redgorton to the parish of Monzie :—

Place Description Proprietor
Lynedoch Estate—Burnieston, Douglaston, and Succoth, Farm, Earl of Mansfield.
Head of Mullion, Do. Do.
Leys of Mullion, Do. Do.
Mains of Mullion and Littleton, Do. Do.
Myreton, Do. Do.
Rohumman Lands, Do.


(f.) By Clause VI. of the Order (supra, p. 55) the part of Fowlis-Wester which lay north of the River Almond and the basin of the Almond was annexed to Monzie. The area thus dealt with lies south of the part of Fowlis-Wester transferred to Little Dunkeld and north of The Cairnies.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Fowlis-Wester to the parish of Monzie :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Logiealmond—Logiealmond, Woodlands and shooting lodge, Earl of Mansfield.
Logie Lodge, Houses and croft, Do.
Castlehill, Farm, Do.
Craiglea, Slate quarries, Do.
Upper Culnacloich and Drums of Culnacloich, Farm, Do.
Frenchton, Do. Do.
Louisafield and Williamston, Do. Do.
Kipney, Cottages, Do.
Easter and Wester Kipney, Farm, Do.
Larikilligan, Farm (part), Do.
Morningside, Farm, Do.
Tomilin, Do. Do.
Morningside East, Do. Do.
Shelligan, Cottages, Do.
Tomafours, House, Do.

(Sheets 47 and 18 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(9.)—Monzievaird & Strowan.

(a.) Detached parts Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of this parish have been transferred to the parish of Comrie by Clause XIII. of the Order (supra, p. 57).—See Comrie, supra, p. 208.

(b.) Monzievaird & Strowan detached No. 4 was by Clause XTV.of the Order (supra, p. 57), transferred to the parish of Muthill.—See Muthill, infra, p. 215.

(c.) The detached part of Crieff in Glenshervie (shown on the Ordnance Surrey maps as part of Monzie detached No. 2) was by Clause X. of the Order (supra, p. 56) annexed to Monzievaird & Strowan.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Crieff to the parish of Monzeivaird & Strowan :—

Place Description Proprietor
Corrieenachan, Grazings, David Robertson Williamson of Lawers.
Corrieveligs, Do. Do.
Glenshervie, Do. Do.

(d.) Monzie detached No. 2 at Auchnafree was by Clause X. of the Order (supra, p. 56) annexed to Monzievaird & Strowan.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Monzie to the parish of Monzievaird & Strowan :—

Place Description Proprietor
Auchnafree, Grazings and moor, David Robertson Williamson of Lawers.
Do. Do. Do.

(e.) The detached part of Fowlis-Wester at Auchnafree was by Clause XI. of the Order (supra, p. 56) annexed to Monzievaird & Strowan.

The following subject has thus been transferred from the parish of Fowlis-Wester to the parish of Monzievaird & Strowan :—

Place Description Proprietor
Stronavella, Farm, David Robertson Williamson of Lawers.

(f.) The area marked on the Ordnance Survey maps as "Lands claimed by no parish," was annexed to Monzievaird & Strowan by Clause XII. of the Order (supra), This district lies to the west of Monzie detached No.2. It is understood to consist of—

Place Description Proprietor
Auchnafree, Farm (part), David Robertson Williamson of Lawers.

(Sheet 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(10.)—Muthill

(a.) Part of the parish of Muthill at Cowden, north of the NewtonHum, was transferred to the parish of Comrie by Clause XV. of the Order (supra, p. 57), For details regarding the part so dealt with, see Comrie, supra, p. 208.

(b.) the part of the parish of Crieff which lay south of the Earn was by Clause XVI. of the Order (supra, p. 57) annexed to MuthilL It is situated at South Foot.

The following subject has thus been transferred from the parish of Crieff to the parish of Muthill :—

Place Description Proprietor
Drummond Castle Estate—South Forr, Farm, Lord Willoughby of Eresby.

(c.) Monzievaird & Strowan detached No. 4, at Auchnashelloch, was by Clause XIV. of the Order (supra, p. 57) annexed to Muthill.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Monzievaird & Strowan to the parish of Muthill :—

Place Description Proprietor
Drummond Castle Estate—Auchnashelloch, Moor and houses, Lord Willoughby of Eresby.
Dalchruin, Farm, Do.
Findoglen, House, Do.

(Sheets 39 and 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(11.)—Redgorton.

The detached part of Redgorton at Mullion was by Claus V. of the Order (supra, p. 55) transferred to the parish of Monzie. For details see Monzie, supra, p. 213.

4.—Bendochy, Blargowrie, Caputh, Kinloch, Kirkmichael, and Rattray.

The following table shows the condition of these parishes with reference to detached parts.

Of the eight detached parts of Caputh only two are here dealt with, the parish being considered as a whole at p. 236, infra. The parishes of Kinloch and Kirkmichael had no detached parts, but it was found necessary to deal incidentally with their boundaries in dealing with the detached parts of the other parishes mentioned.

Parish Number of Detached Parts Where Situated
Bendochy, Two, No. 1 Persie, towards the north of the parish of Blairgowrie.
No. 2. Drimmie, north of the parish of Rattray.
Blairgowrie, Two, No. 1. Creuchies, north of the parish of Bendochy.
No, 2. Blackcraig, north-east of the parish of Clunie.
Caputh, Two here dealt with, No. 4. Craigton, on the south-east of Kirkmichael.
No. 7. West Gormack, on the east side of KInloch.
Rattray, One, Bleaton Hallet, on the south-east of Kirkmichael.


These have been dealt with by the Order printed at p. 68.

The following are the changes effected :—

(1.)—Bendochy.

(a.) Bendochy detached No. 1 by by Clause V. of the Order (supra, p. 70) transferred to the parish of Kirkmichael.—See Kirkmichael, infra, p. 218.

(b.) Bendochy detached No. 2 was by Clause II. of the Order (supra, p. 69) transferred to the parish of Blairgowrie.—See Blairgowrie, infra.

(c.) Blairgowrie detached No. 1 and also the part of Blairgowrie which lay to the east of the boundary between the estate of Rosemount on the west and the estate of Parkhead on the east, were transferred to the parish of Bendochy by Clause I. of the Order (supra, p, 69). The boundary of the second portion thus transferred is a road running from the parish of Rattray on the north through part of the old parish of Blairgowrie to the parish of Bendochy, passing to the east of Rosemount.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Blairgowrie to the parish of Bendochy :—

Place Description Proprietor
Banff Estate—Brewlands of Tullymurdoch, Farm, Sir James Henry Ramsay of Banff, Bart.
Creuchies, Do. Do.
Mains of Creuchies, House, Do.
Hatton of Myde, Farm, Do.
Welton, Do. Do.
Parkhead Estate—Easter and Wester Parkhead, Houses and land, Patrick Playfair.


(Sheets 48 and 56 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(2)—Blairgowrie.

(a.) Blairgowrie detached No. 1, and the part of which consisted of the estate of Parkhead, were by Clause I. of the Order (supra, p. 09) transferred to the parish of Bendochy.—See Bendochy, supra.

(b.) Bendochy detached No. 2 has been by Clause IT. of the Order (supra, p. 69) annexed to Blairgowrie.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Bendochy to the parish of Blairgowrie :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Rannagulzion—Rannagulzion, Mansion-house, land and houses, Sir James Henry Ramsay of Banff, Bart.
Burnside, Land, Do.
Drimmie, School buildings, Do.
Cairns of Drimmie, Farm, Do.
Milton of Drimmie, Mill and farm, Do.
Gallowhill and pendicles, Farm, Do.

(c.) The north part of the main part of the parish of Kinloch (marked on the maps as Cochrage Muir) was annesed to of Blairgowrie.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kinloch to the parish of Blairgowrie by Clause III. of the Order (supra, p. 69); and thus Blairgowrie detached No. 2 was united with the main part of the parish of Blairgowrie.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kinloch  to the parish of Blairgowrie :—

Place Description Proprietor
Cochrage, Farm, John Livington Campbell of Achalader.
Blackcraig, Hill and pasture lands, Trustees of the late Patrick Allan Fraser of Hospitalfield.

(Sheets 48 and 56 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(3.)—Caputh.

See Caputh, infra, p. 236.

(4.)—Kinloch.

(a.) The northern part of Kinloch, consisting of the lands of Cochrage and Blackcraig, has been transferred to the parish of Blairgowrie by Clause III. of the Order (supra, p. 69).—See Blairgowrie, supra, p. 217.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Caputh to the parish of Kinloch :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Gormacks—Gormacks, Mansion-house, garden, and woodlands, Charles Hill Whitson of Parkhill.
Do. Land and houses, Do.

(Sheet 56 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(B.)—Kirkmichael.

(a.) By Clause V. of the Order (supra, p. 70) Bendochy detached No. 1 has been annexed to Kirkmichael.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Bendochy to the parish of Kirkmichael :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Balmyle—Bridge of Cally, House and shop, George Constable of Balmyle.
Remeddie, Cottage, Do.
Strone, Mansion-house, offices, policies, and woodlands, Do.
Do. Carpenter's shop and cottages, Do.
Mains of Strone, Farm, Do.
Stronebrae, Do. Do.
Estate of Cally—Cally, House, garden, policies, and woodlands, James Charles Constable of Cally.
Do. Farm, Do.
Cally, Houses, James Charles Constable of Cally.
Cally Mill, Houses and land, Do.
Corriefoddly, Lodge, Do.
Cromald, Farmhouse, Do.
Estate of Persey—Persey, Woodlands, James Patullo of Ashmore and Persey.
Do. Inn, house, and land, Do.
Mains of Persey and Craighead, Farm, Do.
Craighead, Houses, Do.
Mains of Persey and South Persey and Burnside, Farm, Miss Helen J. S. Davidson and Marriage-Contract Trustees of Mrs. Hannah Crawford.
Persey, Church, manse, and lands, Trustees of quoad sacra Church of Persey.
Strone of Cally, School buildings, Persey School Board.

(b.) By Clause VI. of the Order (supra, p. 70) Caputh detached No. 4 was annexed to Kirkmichael.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Caputh to the parish of Kirkmichael :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Dalruzian—Craigton, Farm, James Small of Dirnanean.
Do. Houses, Do.
Dalruzian, Houses and carpenter's shop, Do.
Do. Hill grazing, Do.
Milton of Dalruzian, Farm, Do.
Do. House and land, Do.

(c.) By Clause VII. of the Order (supra, p. 70) the detached part of Rattray was annexed to Kirkmichael.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Rattray to the parish of Kirkmichael :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Bleaton Hallet—Bleaton Hallet, Mansion-house, offices, lodge, and lands, James R. Anderson of Bleaton.
Bleaton, Farmhouse. grass parks, house, and land, Do.
Faulds of Bleaton, Steading and houses, Do.
Dalvattan, House and land, Do.
Drumlin, Cottage, Do.

(Sheet 56 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(6.)—Rattray.

The detached part of Rattray at Bleaton Halleet was by Clause VII. of the Order (supra, p, 70) transferred to Kirkmichael.—See Kirkmichael, supra.

5.—Blackford, Fossoway & Tulliebole and Glendevon.

The parish of Fossoway & Tulliebole was situated partly in the county of Kinross and partly in the county of Perth.

By Clause I. of the Order printed at p. 48, part of the parish in the county of Perth, therein fully described, was annexed to the adjoining parish of Glendevon, the remainder of Fossoway & Tulliebole being then placed entirely in the county of Kinross. By the order printed at p. 66 a detached or nearly detached part of the parish of Blackford was annexed to Glendevon.

The following subjects have thus been transferred to the parish of Glendevon :—

(a.) From the parish of Blackford.

Place Description Proprietor
Frandy, Farm (part) Earl of Camperdown.

(b.) From the parish of Fossoway & Tolliebole.

Place Description Proprietor
Coul's Knowe, Farm, Miss Florence Madeline Hamilton and Master Nethersole Claud Hamilton proindiviso.
Easter Downhill, Do. David Scott-Moncrieff.
Wester Downhill, House, shop, and garden, Miss Ann Sinclair.
Ferneyhill, Farm, Misses Mary, Margaret, Hannah, and Helen Dalgety.
Milton, Lands, M.-C. trustees of William Low Lawson and Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Lawson.
Do. Cottage and garden, George Clayton.
Myrehaugh, Cottage and croft (part), Rev. Canon W. Scott-Moncrieff.
Tormaukin, Mansion-house, offices, servants' houses, and fishings, Lieut.-Col. J. Bald Harvey of Tormaukin.
Boreland, Inn, offices, garden, house, and land, Mrs. Bald Harvey.
Torville, House, John Christie of Cowden.

(Sheets 39 and 40 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

6.—Blair-Athole, Dull, Dunkeld & Dowally, Fortingall, Kenmore, KIllin, Logierait, Moulin, and Weem.

The parish of Blair-Athole alone had no detached part, but it is dealt with incidentally. Dunkeld & Dowally is fully dealt with at p. 238, infra. The following table shows the condition of the above parishes with reference to detached parts :—

Parish, Number of Detached Places, Whereabouts
Dull Two, No. 1. Garrows, in the upper part of Glenquaich. 
No. 2. From Aberfeldy southwards into Glenquaich.
Dunkeld & Dowally, One here dealt with, No. 1. Dalcapon, almost wholly surrounded by the parish of Logierait.
Fortingall, Two, No. 1. Bolfracks, on the south of the River Tay, west of Aberfeldy.
No. 2. Loch Lyon, at the head of Glen Lyon.
Kenmore, Five, No. 1. Daldravaig, a little to the west of Killin vilage, and almost wholly surrounded by the parish of Killin.
No.2. Corrycharmaig, in Glenlochay, west of Killin village.
No. 3. Morenish and Carie, lying on both sides of Loch Tay towards its west end.
No. 4. Shian, in Glenquaich.
No. 5. Kenknock, at the head of Glenlochay, and extending northwards into Glenlyon.
Killin, Two, No. 1. Botournie, in Glenlochay.
No. 2. Ardeonaig, on the south shore of Loch Tay.
Logierait, Five, No. 1. North of Loch Glassie and of the main portion of the parish of Rannoch.
No. 2. Edradynate, in Strathtay.
No. 3. Dall, on the south shore of Loch Rannoch.
No. 4. Lochgarry House, north of the Tummel, a little to the east of Kinloch-Rannoch.
No. 5. Killichassie and Aberfeldy.
Moulin, Two, No. 1. Ballyoukan, surrounded by the parish of Logierait.
No. 2. Strathgarry, south of Blair-Athole village.
Weem, Eleven,

No. 1. Bridge of Lochy, north-west of Killin Village.
No. 2. Achmore, on the south shore of Loch Tay at its west end.
No. 3. Duncroisk, in Glenlochay, north-west of Killin Village.
No. 4. Extending from Balnahanaid, in Glenlyon, to Balnasuim, on Loch Tay.
No. 5. Comrie Castle, north of Kenmore village.
No. 6. Newhall, east of Taymouth Castle.
No. 7. Stix, do. do.
No. 8. Leachan, north of  the River Quaich and south-east of Kenmore village.
No. 9. Extending from Lochs, in Glenlyon, soutwards to Kenknock, in Glenlochay.
No. 10. Duntaggart, east of Aberfeldy.
No. 11. Coalvellich, on the south side of the River Quaich.

There was also an area common to the parishes of Blair-Athole, Fortingall, and Logierait.

These parishes were dealt with in one Order (supra, p. 69).

The following are the changes effected :—

(1).—Blair-Athole.

(a.) The Lands of Reinakyllich were by Clause IV. of the Order (supra, p. 62) transferred from Blair-Athole to Moulin. They are already represented on the Ordnance Survey maps as forming part of Moulin.—See Moulin, infra, p. 232.

(b.) Moulin detached No. 2 was by Clause V. of the Order (supra, p. 63) annexed to Blair-Athole.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Moulin into the parish of Blair-Athole :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Strathgarry-Strathgarry, Mansion-house, garden, servants’ houses, and lands, A. D. Stewart of Strathgarry.

(c.) By Clause VI. of the Order (supra, p. 63) all those parts of Dull which lay north of the River Tummel and of Loch Tummel were transferred to Blair-Athole :—

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Dull to the parish of Blair-Athole :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Allean—Allean, House, garden, offices, policies, woodlands, and fishings, Frederick Allan Scott Colquhoun.
Allean and Ardgualich, Farm, Do.
Allean and Ballinluig, Do. Do.
Ballintuin, Allean, House, Do.
Balnald, Houses, Do.
Drumdagowan, Farm, Do.
Edintian and Achastle, Do. Do.
Balnald of Fincastle, House, Do.
Chapelton of Fincastle, Farm, Do.
Blair Estate-Pitdornie and Tombay, Farm, Duke of Athole.
Bohally Estate-Auldcharmaig, House and sawmill, George Dixen Aitkinson Clark of Bohally.
East and West Bohally, Farm, Do.
West Bohally, Hill pasture, houses, and land, Do.
Do. Cottage and shop, George Dixen Aitkinson Clark of Bohally and Rev. R. W. Barbour pf Bonskeid.

(d.) By Clause XXIV. of the Order (supra, p. 65) the land marked on the Ordnance Survey maps as common to the parishes of Blair-Athole, Fortingall, and Logierait was divided between the first two of those parishes. The part north of Allt Sleibh was annexed to Blair-Athole. This district lay on the north of Logierait detached No. 4, and belongs equally to the Duke of Atholl to Tennent's trustees as proprietors of the Dunalastair estate, and to Mr EdgarWilliam Robertson of Auchleeks.

(Sheet 55 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(2.)—Dull.

(a.) By Clause VI. of the Order (supra, p. 03) that part of the parish of Dull which lay north of the Tummel was transferred to the parish of Blair-Athole.—See Blair—Athole, supra, p. 223.

(b.) By Clause VII. of the Order (supra, p. 63) the Grandtully district of the parish of Dull, which is wholly described in the Clause, was transferred to the parish of Logierait.—See Logierait, infra, p. 229.

(c.) By Clause X. of the Order (supra, p. 63) the Glassie, Clunie and Derculich districts of the parish of Dull, which are fully described in the Clause, were transferred to the parish of Weem.—See Weem, infra, p. 233.

(d ) By Clause XI. of the Order (supra, p. 63) Fortingall detached No. 1 was annexed to the parish of Dull.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Fortingall to the parish of Dull

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Bonskeid—Bonskeid, Mansion-house, garden and lodges, Mrs. Margaret Fraser Barbour, Bonskeid.
Mains of Bonskeid, Farm, Representatives of late Rev. R. W. Barbour of Benskeid.
Balnealich, Farm, Representatives of late Rev. R. W. Barbour of Benskeid.
Clochkan, Do. Do.
Dundavie, Do. Do.
Milton, Lodge, house, &c., Do.
Woodend, Cottage, Do.
Dunalastair Estate—Dalcroy, Loch Tummel, Meal mill and farm, Trustees of the late Hugh Tennent Tennent of Dunalastair.
Estate of Fincastle—Fincastle, Mansion-house, woodlands, and houses, Representatives of late Rev. R. W. Barbour of Benskeid.
Do. Farm, Do.
Croftown, Fincastle, Houses, Do.
Estate of Shierglass, Glack, Farm, Lieut. Colonel William M’Inroy.
Shierglass, House and land, Do.
Do. Fishings, Do.
Island of Shierglass, Farm, croft, and house, Do.
Mains of Shierglass, Farm, Do.
Part of the Highland Railway line (23 chains),   Highland Railway Co.


(e.) By Clause XIII. of the Order (supra, p. 64) Kenmore detached No. 4 was annexed to Dull.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kenmore to the parish of Dull :—

Place Description Proprietor
Bolfracks, House, garden, and lodge, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Do. Park, woodlands, moor, and fishings, Do.
Do. Cottage, Do.
Bolfracks Haugh, Grass parks and woodlands, Do.
Croftcur, Land, Do.
Dunacree, Farm, Do.
Dunskaig, Do. Do.
Upper Farrochill, Do. Do.
Do. Keeper’s house, Do.
Urlar, Lands and houses, Do.


(f.) By Clause XIV. of the Order (supra, p. 64) that part of Logierait detached No. 5 which lay south of the River Tay was annexed to the parish of Dull. It consists chiefly of part of the town of Aberfeldy, as to which no good purpose could be served by enumerating the subjects and proprietor. It is sufficient to point out that as Dull detached No. 2 has been united to the main portion of the parish of Dull by the annexation to it of this portion of Logierait and of Fortingall detached No. 1, the whole burgh of Aberfeldy is now situated within the parish of Dull.

The following are the subjects which have thus been transferred from the parish of Logierait to the parish of Dull

Place Description Proprietor
Breadalbane Estate—Coalvellich and Croftmill, Farm (part), Marquis of Breadalbane.
Croftuiajock, House and land, Do.
Glenquaich, Moor, Do.
Wester Shian, Houses and land, Do.
Estate of Easter Shian-Easter Shian, Farm, house, and offices, Miss Christian Campbell.
East Shian, Houses and land, Do.
Shian Hill, Moor, Do.

The subjects here transferred include subjects in Bank Street, Burnside, Kenmore Street, Moness Road, and Taybridge Road, and also the following :—

Place Description Proprietor
Breadalbane Estate—Wester Aberfeldy, Land, Crofts, and woodlands, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Duntaylor, House, Do.
Duntuim, Farm, Do.
Millcrofts, Land (part), Do.
Riverside Park, Do. Do.
Torr, Do. Do.
Burgh of Aberfeldy,   Do.
TEXT,   Do.
TABLE,   Do.
Wester Aberfeldy, Crofts, mills, houses, and land, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Aberdfeldy, Free church hall, manse, and garden, Aberfeldy Free Church Trustees.
Do. Public school, Joint School Boards of Logierait and Dull.
Do. Waterworks, Police Commissioners.
Do. Public Hall, Do.


(g.) By Clause XII. of the Order (supra, p. 63) the following detached parts of Weem, viz., Nos. 5 6, 7, 8, and 11, were annexed to Dull. The following are the subjects which have thus been transferred from the parish of Dull:—

Place Description Proprietor
Coalvellich and Croftmill, Farm (part), Marquis of Breadalbane.
Comrie, Farm, Do.
Comrie Ferry, House, Do.
Croftmoraig West, Grass park, Do.
Drummond Hill (part of), Woodlands, Do.
Glenquaich, Moor, Do.
Easter Ledchruisk, Farm, Do.
Newhall, Houses, Do.
Stix, Houses and land, Do.
Taymouth, Parks, home farm, woodlands, and two lodges, Do.
Tombuie, Moor, Do.

It is to be noted that by these changes both the detached parts of Dull are united with the main portion of the parish.

(Sheets 47 and 55 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(3.)—Dunkeld & Downally.

See Dunkeld & Downally, supra, p. 238.

(4.)—Fortingall.

(a.) By Clause XI. of the Order (supra, p. 63) Fortingall detached No. 1 were transferred to the parish of Dull.—See Dull, supra, p. 223.


(b.) By Clause XVI. of the Order (supra, p. 64) that part of Kenmore situated at Drummond Hill, which by north of the watershed, be annexed to Fortingall By Clause XIX.of the Order p. 64) that part of Kenmore detached No. 5 which lay in the basin of the River Lyon was also annexed to Fortingall.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kenmore to the parish of Fortingall :—

Place Description Proprietor
Drummond Hill (part), Woodlands, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Kinnigalen, Farm, Do.
Do. Houses, Do.
Luibheakin, Jhouse of land (part of Kenknock farm), Do.


(c.) By Clause XVII. of the Order (supra, p. 64) as much of Weem detached No. 4 as lay in the basin of the River Lyon was annexed to Fortingall, and by Clause XVIII. (supra),as much of Weem detached No. 9 as lay in the basin of the River Lyon was also annexed to Fortingall. Fortingall detached No. 2 was thus united with the main portion of the parish of Fortingall.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Weem to the parish of Fortingall :—

Place Description Proprietor
Balnahaid, Farm, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Inverinan, Do. Do.
Lochs, Farm and moor, Do.
Milton and Roromore, Farm, Do.
Roromore, Moor and houses, Do.
Roroyere, Farm, Do.
Raddoan and Luibettercoil, Grazings and moor, Do.
Pubil, Land, Do.

(d.) By Clause XV. of the Order (supra, p. 64) Logerait detached No. 3 and Logierait detached No. 4 were annexed to Fortingall.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Logierait to the parish of Fortingall :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Dall—Auldruadh, House, Thomas F. C. Vernon-Wentworth.
Easter Cairie, Houses, Do.
Wester Cairie, Houses with gardens and land, Do.
Dall, Mansion-house, offices, park, and moor, Do.
Dall and East and West Cairie, Farm, Do.
Estate of Dunalastair-Auchtibert, House, Trustees of late Hugh Tennent Tennent of Dunalastair.
Ballinloan, Park and cottages, Do.
Ballinmore, Croft and cottages, Do.
Drumchastle, Woodlands, park, and houses, Do.
Easter Drumchastle, Farm, Do.
West Drumchastle, Park, Do.
Wester Drumchastle, Park, Trustees of late Hugh Tennent Tennent of Dunalastair.
Drumglass, Farm, Do.
Kinloch-Rannoch, Grazings, Do.
Lochgarry, Mansion-house, parks, woodlands, and fishings, Do.
Murgdubh, Farm, Do.
Ruid-he-na-Feadh, Park, Do.
Tomruadh, Do. Do.

(e.) By Clause XXIV. of the Order (supra, p, 65) the land marked on the Ordnance Survey maps as common to Blair—Athole, Fortingall, and Logerait was divided between Blair— Athole and Fortingall, the burn Altt Sleibh being the dividing line, and the part south of this line being given to Fortingall. The area in question was situated on the northern boundary of Logierait detached No. 4. For proprietors see Blair—Athole, supra, p. 222.

(Sheets 47, 54, and 55 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(5.)—Kenmore.

(a.) By Clause XIII. of the Order (supra, p. (64) Kenmore detached No. 4 was transferred to the parish of Dull.—See Dull, supra, p. 223.

(b.) By Clause XVI. of the Order (supra, p. (64) the part of Kenmore at Drummond Hill, lying in the basin of the River Lyon, was transferred to the parish of Fortingall—See Fortingall, supra, p. 225.

(c.) By Clause XIX. of the Order (supra, p. 64) Kenmore detached No. 5 was transferred partly to the parish of Fortingall and partly to the parish of Killin, the part in the basin of the River Lyon going to Fortingall and the remainder to Killin.—See Fortingall, supra, p. 225, and Killin, infra, p. 228.

(d.) By Clause XXII. of the Order (supra, p, 65) Kenmore detached No. 1 and Kenmore detached No. 2 were transferred to the parish of Killin.—See Killin, infra, p. 228.

(e.) By Clause XX. of the Order (supra, p. 65) Killin detached No. 3 was annexed to the parish of Kenmore, and Kenmore detached No. 3 was thus united with the main portion of the parish of Kenmore.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Killin to the parish of Kenmore :—

Place Description Proprietor
Ardeonaig, House, land, moor, woodlands and fishings, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Do. Hotel and farm, Do.
Do. Steamboat pier, Do.
Bealloch, Ardreonaig, Houses and land, Do.
Boatman’s croft, Do. House and land, Do.
Craggan, Do. Land, Do.
Croftnabeallie, Do. House and land, Do.
Croftshennach, Do. Do. Do.
Dalcroy, Do. Houses and land, Do.
Nether Tombane, Do. Do. Do.
Braentrian, Land, Do.
Dall, Do. Do.
Finglen Mains, Land and houses, Do.
Leckeorn, Land, Do.
Margberg, Do. Do.
Margmore, Do. Do.
Margancrainaig, Do. Do.
Newton, Do. Do.
Succoch, Do. Do.
Upper Tombane, Do. Do.
Easter Tullochean, Land and house, Do.
Wester Tullochean, Do. Do.
Ardeonaig, School Buildings, School Board of Parish.

( f.) By Clause XXI. of the Order (supra, p. 65) Weem detached No. 2 was annexed to the parish of Kenmore, and by Clause XVII. of the Order (supra, p. 64) the part of Weem detached No. 4 which lies in the basin of Loch Tay was also annexed to Kenmore.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Weem to the parish of Kenmore :—

Place Description Proprietor
Acharn, Farm (part), Marquis of Breadalbane.
Auchmore, Mansion-house, garden, offices, parks, moor, and fishings, Do.
Balnahanaid, Farm, Do.
Balnasuim, Farms, Do.
Cragantoll, Farm, Do.
Cragganester, Do. Do.
Duneaves, Woodlands and moor, Do.
Glendochart, House, Do.
Tombreck, Farm, Do.

(Sheets 46, 47, and 55 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(6.)—Killin.

(a.) Killin detached No. 2 was by Clause XX. of the Order (supra, p. 65) transferred to the parish of Kenmore.—See Kenmore, supra, p. 227.

(b.) By clause XXIII. of the Order (supra. pt 65) Kenmore detached No. 1 and Kenmore detached No. 2 were annexed to the parish of Killin, and by Clause XIX. of the Order (supra, p. 64) the part of Kenmore detached No. 5 which lay in the basin of the River Lochay was also annexed to Killin. — Through the annexation of Kenmore detached No. 2, Killin detached No. 1 was united with the main portion of the parish of Killin.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kenmore to the parish of Killin:—

Place Description Proprietor
Batavime, House, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Batour, Do. Do.
Corrycharmaig, Farm (part), Do.
Daldravaig, Farm, Do.
Dalgirdy, Houses, Do.
Glenlochay, Moor, Do.
Kenknock, Farm (part), Do.
Moirlanich, Farm, houses, and land, Do.
Tiral and Tullich, Farm, Do.


(c.) By Clause XXIII. of the Order (supra, p. 65) Weem detached No. I and Weem detached No. 3 were annexed to the parish of Killin, and by Clause XVIII. (supra, p. 64) the part of Weem detached No. 9 which lay in the basin of the River LocHay was also annexed to Killin.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Weem to the parish of Killin :—

Place Description Proprietor
Corrycharmaig, Farm, Marquis of Breadalbane.
Duncroak and Boreland Hill, Do. Do.
Glenlochay, Moor and house, Do.
Innishoarach, House, Do.
Kenknock, Farm and houses, Do.
Easter Kenknock, Farm and hotel, Do.
Do. Houses and land, Do.
Lubriach, House, Do.
Margowan, House and land, Do.
Tighinduin, House and Garden, Charles Stewart.

(Sheets 46 and 47 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(7.)—Logierait.

(a.) By Clause XIV. of the Order (supra, p. 64) the part of Logierait detached No. 5 which lay south of the River Tay was transferred to the parish of Dull.—See Dull, supra, p. 22).

(b.) By Clause XV. of the Order (supra, p. 64) Logierait detached No. 3 and Logierait detached No. 4 were transferred to the parish of Fortingall—see Fortingall, supra, p. 225.

(c.) By Clause 111. of the Order (supra, p, 62) the part of Logierait which consisted of the estate of Fonab was transferred to the parish of Moulin.—See Moulin, supra, p. 232.

(d.) By Clause IX. of the Order (supra, p. 63) Logierait detached No. 1, Logerait detached No, 2, and the part of Weem,—See Weem, infra, p. 233.

(e.) By Clause VII of the Order (supra, p. 63) the Grandtully district of Dull, fully described in the Cause, was annexed to Logierait. It consisted of the part of Dull which lay east of Weem detached No, 10, and on the right bank of the River Tay.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Dull to the parish of Logierait :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Grandtully—Grandtuly, Castle, park, woodlands, Walter T. J. S. Stewart of Fothringham.
Do. Houses with gardens, Do.
Do. Distillery, Do.
Do. Fishings in tay, Do.
Grandtully Hill, House and grazings, Do.
Grandtully Vale, Farm, Do.
Haugh of Grandtully, Land, Do.
Haugh Brae of Grandtully, House and garden, Do.
Laigh of Grandtully, farm, Do.
Mains of Grandtully, Do. Do.
Alehouse Croft, Do. Do.
Ballinluig, Houses with land, Do.
Balnabeggan, Farm, Do.
Balnabein, Do. Do.
Balnacroft, Do. Do.
East and West Brae, Do. Do.
Upper East Brae, Do. Do.
West Brae, House and garden, Do.
Burnside, House, Do.
Easter Coshieville, Farm, Do.
Wester Coshieville, Do. Do.
Craggan, Do. (part), Do.
Croftcat, Do. Do.
Croftnacoil, House, Do.
Croftspardon, Farm, Do.
Cultullich, Do. Do.
Brae of Cultullich, Do. Do.
Muir of Cultullich, House and land, Do.
Upper Brae of Cultullich, Farm, Do.
Donichvourich, House with gardens, Do.
Dundavie, Farm, Do.
Duriskin, Do. Do.
Dunvorist, House, Do.
Upper Lagg, House and garden, Do.
Lednaskea, Farm, Do.
Do. House, Do.
Linmore, Farm, Do.
Loch Kennard, Lodge, house, and moor, Do.
Lundun and Lagg, Do. Do.
Upper Park, Do. Do.
West Park, Do. Do.
Do. Do. Do.
Nether Pitcairn, Farm, Do.
Do. Joiner’s shop, houses, and land, Do.
Upper Pitcairn, Farm, Do.
Portnasallan, Mill, houses, and land, Walter T. J. S. Stewart of Fotheringham.
Taycladdoch, House, smith, and land, Do.
Tomtawyen, House and land, Do.
Grandtully, School Buildings, School Board of Parish.
Do. House and land, Highland Railway Co.
Do. Inn and offices, Duncan Thomson.
Do. Portnasallan, House and garden, Do.
Do. Land, John Robertson, Middleton.
Do. Do. Representatives of Duncan Robertson.
Do. Oakbank, House and garden, Do.
Do. Glenburn, Cottage and house, Mrs. Helen G. Butter.
Do. Comely Bank, Cottages with gardens, Peter M'Lean.
Bail' an Ear, House, shop, and land, Trustees of late Peter M’Naughton.
Part of the Highland Railway (Aberfeldy Branch( line (4 miles 60 chains),   Highland Railway Co.
Grandtully Station,   Do.

(f.) By Clause I. of the Order (supra, p. 62) Dunkeld & Dowally detached No. 1 was annexed to Logierait.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Dunkeld & Dowally to the parish of Logierait :—

Place Description Proprietor
Dunkeld Estate—Auchnahosher, Farm (part), Duke of Athole.
Dalcapon, Wool mil, mill, lands, and houses, Do.
Do. House and land, Do.
Mains of Dalcapon, Houses and land, Do.
Milton of Dalcapon, House and land, Do.
Netherton and Tomintarroch, Farm, Do.
Tynreich Island, Land, Do.
Lochbroom, Glenderby, and Easthaugh, Moor (part), Do.
Moulinarn, Houses, Highland Railway Co.
Part of the Highland Railway line (56 chains) north of Ballinluig Station,   Do.

(g.) By Clause I. of the Order (supra, p. 62) Moulin detached No. 1 was annexed to Logierait.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Moulin to the parish of Logierait :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Faskally—Ballyoukan, House, park, and moor, Archibald Butter of Faskally.
Do. Farm and hill, Do.
Do. Farm and hill, Do.
Craigheal, House and Garden, Do.
East Haugh, Farm (part), Do.
Tomnabrack, House and Garden, Do.
Part of the Highland Railway line (24 chains) about two miles south of Pitlochry Station, Farm (part), Highland Railway Co.

(h.) By Clause VIII. of the Order (supra, p. 63) Weem detached No. 10 was annexed to Logierait.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Weem to the parish of Logierait :—

Place Description Proprietor
Breadalbane Estate—Aberfeldy and Moness, Moor (part), Marquis of Breadalbane.
Borlick, Park, Do.
Burnfoot, Farm and park, Do.
Duntaggart, Farm, Do.
Do. Excise officer’s house, Do.
Grandtully, Hill and moor (part), Do.
Murthly, Farm, Do.
Tomchaldane, Do. Do.
Part of the Highland Railway (Aberfeldy Branch) line (32 chains) east of Aberfeldy Station,   Highland Railway Co.

(Sheets 54 and 55 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(8.)—Moulin.

(a.) By Clause V. of the Order (supra, p. 63) Moulin detached No. 2 was transferred to the parish of Blair-Athole.—See Blair-Athole, supra, p. 222.

(b.) By Clause II. of the Order (supra, p. 62 Moulin detached was transferred to the parish of Logierait.—See Logierait, supra, 229.

(c.) By Clause IV. ot the Order (supra, p. 62) the estate of Reinakyllich, in Blair-Athole, was annexed to Moulin. This district is at present represented on the Ordnance Survey maps as being in Moulin.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Blair-Athole to the parish of Moulin :—

Place Description Proprietor
Reinakyllich, Moor and hill, Archibald Butter of Faskally.

(d.) By Clause III. of the Order (supra, p. 62) the estate of Fonab, in Logierait, was annexed to Moulin.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Logierait to the parish of Moulin :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Fonab—Fonab, Cottage, garden, policies, woodlands, and fishings, Cool. George Sandeman.
Mill of Fonab, Farm, Do.
Dalreoach, Houses, Do.
Netherton, Farm, Do.
Overton, Do. Do.
Do. House and land, Do.
Portnacraig, Ferry, houses, and land, Do.


(9.)—Weem.

All the detached parts of the parish have been disjoined from it. The main portion of the old parish, which formed the nucleus of the parish as altered in area, consisted of the Menzies estate, as far as within the parish, and of ecclesiastical and School Board property.

(a.) By Clause XII. of the Order (supra, p. 63), detached parts Nos 5 6, 7, 8, and 11 of Weem were transferred to the parish of Dull —See Dull, supra, p. 223.

(b.) By Clauses XVII .and XVIII. of the Order (supra, p. 64) those parts of Weem detached No. 4 and of Weem detached No. 1 which lay in the basin of the River Lyon were transferred to the parish of Fortingall.—See Fortingall, supra, p. 228.

(c.) By Clause XXI. of the Order (supra, p. 65) Weem detached No. 2 was transferred to the parish of Kenmore, and by Clause XVII. (supra, p. 64) the part of Weem detached No. 4 which lay in the drainage area of Loch Tay was also transferred to the parish of Kenmore.—See Kenmore, supra, p. 227.

(d.) By Clause XXIII. of the Order (supra, p. 65) Weem detached No. 1 and Weem detached No. 3 were transferred to the parish of Killin, and by Clause XVIII. (supra, p.64) the part of Weem detached No. 9 which lay in the basin of the River Lochay was also transferred to the parish of Killin.—See Killin, supra, p. 228.

(e.) By Clause VIII. of the Order (supra, p. 63) Weem detached No. 10 was transferred to the parish of Logierait.—See Logierait, supra, p. 229.

(f.) By Clause X. of the Order (supra, p. 63) the part of Dull (therein fully described) which lay in the basin of the Tay, on the left bank of that river and east of the main portion of the parish of Weem, was annexed to Weem.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Dull to the parish of Weem :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Derculich—Derculich, House, garden, orchard, servants' houses, land, woodlands, and fishings, Duncan Ferguson Dempster of Derculich.
Do. House with gardens, Do.
Laigh of Derculich, Farm, Do.
Newton, Derculich, Do. Do.
Upper Derculich, Do. Do.
Balnasuim, Smithy, and houses with gardens, Do.
Middleton, Houses and land, Do.
Milton, Farm, Do.
Easter Toberindonich, Do. Do.
Wester Toberindonich, Do. Do.
Estate of Edradynate—Blackhill, Farm, James Stewart Robertson of Edradynate.
Cluny, House, garden, parks, sawmill, servants’ houses, moor, and fishings, Do.
Cluny Hill Park, Land, Do.
Aodin of Cluny, Farm, Do.
Boat of Cluny, Croft and cottages, Do.
Brae of Cluny, Farm, Do.
Laigh of Cluny, Farm, Do.
Tom of Cluny, Do. Do.
Croftmusk, Do. Do.
Lick, Farm (part), Do.
Do. Lodge, house, and moor (part), Do.
Milton, Meal mill and farm, Do.
Menzies Estate—Aird, Land, Sir Robert Menzies, Bart.
Glassie, Farm, Do.
Strathtay, Land, Trustees of Stewart's Free School.
Tomandroigne, Ballinluig, Villa, Miss Charlotte Janet Craigie.

(g.) By Clause IX. of the Order (supra, p. 63)  Logierait detached No, 1, Logierait detached No. 2, and the part of Logierait detached No.5  which lay on the north of the River Tay was annexed to Weem.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Logierait to the parish of Weem :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Edradynate—Edradynate, House, garden, servants' houses, land, home farm, and woodlands, James Stewart Robertson of Edradynate.
Do. Houses with gardens, Do.
Balnald, Farm, Do.
Blackhill, Do. Do.
Drumstanarchan, House, Do.
Knockreach, Do. Do.
Lick, House, lands, and moor (part), Do.
Lurgan, Farm, Do.
Blackhill, House, garden, and park, James S. Robertson, Junior.
Estate of Killiechassie—Killiechassie, House, garden, land, servants' houses, woodlands, moor, and fishings, Mrs. Hannah Charlotte Douglas of Killiechassie.
Do. Fhome farm, Do.
Do. Ols schoolhouse, Do.
Balnacraig, Farm, Do.
Borlick, Do. Do.
Do. Houses, Do.
Upper Borlick, House and land, Mrs. Hannah Charlotte Douglas of Killiechassie.
West Borlick, Do. Do.
Brae Park, Land, Do.
Chapelton, Houses and land, Do.
Wester Chapelton, House and land, Do.
Cuil, Farm, Do.
Do. Houses and land, Do.
Easter Haugh, Pendicle, Do.
Loch Glassie, Land, Do.
Tighnault, Sawmill, houses, and land, Do.
Tombuie, Farm, Do.
Tomchanan, House and land, Do.
Tomchillie Park, Land, Do.
Killiechassie, House and garden, Mrs. Eliza Sharp.

(Sheets 46, 47, 54, and 55 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale. Sheet 55 shows the district in which the parish as altered in area is situated.)

7.—Caputh, Currie, Collace, Dunkeld & Dowally, Kettins, and Longforgan.

The parishes of Collace and Longforgan had no detached parts, but are dealt with incidentally. The parish of Kettins belongs to the County of Forfar, but it had a detached part which was also a detached part of Forfarshire surrounded by the county of Perth.

The condition of the other parishes mentioned above, with reference to detached parts, are shown in the following statement :—

Place Description Proprietor
Caputh, Eight, No. 1. Mylnefield, in the parish of Longforgan.
No. 2. Balbeuchly, in the county of Forfar, adjoining the parish of Auchterhouse.
No. 3. South Bandirran, beside the detached part of Kettins which lies to the south of the parish of Collace.
No. 4. Dalrulzian, adjoining the parish of Kirkmichael.
No. 5. Foffarty, adjoining the parish of Kinnettles, in the county of Forfar.
No. 6. Ballied, (and Cairns), betwen the parishes of Clunie and Kinloch.
No. 7. Gormacks, between the parishes of Blaigowrie and Kinloch.
Also Broughty-Ferry Castle, adjoining the parish of Monifieth.
Clunie, Two, No. 1. Essendy, between the parishes of Caputh, Kinloch, and Lethendy.
No. 2. Gourdie, between the parishes of Caputh and Lethendy.

 

Dunkeld and Dowally, Two, No. 1 Dalcapon, nearly surrounded by the parish of Logierait.
No. 2. Dowally, being the old parish of Dowally.

The following are the changes effected in the parishes abovementioned

(1.)—Caputh.

(a.) By Clause I. of the Order printed at p. 66 Caputh detached No. 1 was transferred to the parish of Longforgan, infra, p. 239.

(b.) By Clause I. of the Order printed at p. 39 Caputh detached No. 5 was transferred to the parish of Kinnettles, and by Clause II. of the same Order the detached part of Caputh containing Broughty-Ferry Castle was transferred to the parish of Monifieth—See County of Forfar, Caputh, supra, p. 188.

(c.) By Clause I. of the Order printed at p. 39 Caputh detached No. 2 was transferred to the parish of Auchterhouse—See County of Forfar, Auchterhouse, &c., supra, p. 192.

(d.) By Clause VL of the Order printed at p. 68 Caputh detached No. 4 was transferred to the parish of Kirkmichael, and by Clause IV. of the same Order Caputh detached No. 7 was transferred to the parish of Kinloch.—See Kirkmichael, supra, p. 218, and Kinloch, supra, p. 218.

(e.) By Clause IL of the Order printed at p. 38 Caputh detached No. 3 was transferred to the parish of Collace. — See Collace, infra, p. 238.

(f.) By Clause II. of the Order printed at p. 66 Caputh detached No. 6 was transferred to the parish of Clunie, and by Clause IV. of the same Order the part of Caputh which lay north-east of the western boundary of the estate of Gourdie is also transferred to Clunie—See Clunie, infra, p. 237.

(g.) By Clause V. of the Order printed at p. 66 the part of Caputh situated at its north-western extremity, and fully described in the clause, was transferred to the parish of Dunkeld & Dowally.—See Dunkeld & Dowally, infra, p. 238.

(h.) By Clause III. of the Order printed at p. 66 Clunie detached No. 2 was annexed to the parish of Caputh.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Clunie to the parish of Caputh :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Delvine—Easter Culthill, Farm (part), Sir Alexander Muir Mackenzie, Bart., of Delvine.
Gourdie, Woodlands and land, Do.
Middle Gourdie, Farm, Do.
Do. House and land, Do.
Wester Gourdie, Jhouse and orchard, Do.
Craigend of Gourdie, House, Do.
Millhouse of Millhole, Houses and dam-end, Do.
Estate of Gourdie—Gourdie, Mansion-house, cottages, land, and woodlands, Charles Young Kinloch of Gourdie.
Gourdie House, Grass parks, Ox park, Cow park, South park, steading, and quarry, Do.
Hillocks of Gourdie and Blacklock, Farm (part), Do.

(Sheets 47, 48, 55, and 56 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale. Sheets 48 and 56 show the district in which the parish as altered in area is sutuated. )

(2,)— Clunie

By Clause III. of the Order printed at p. 66 Clunie detached No. 3 was transferred to the parish of Caputh.—See Caputh, supra.

By Clause II. of the Order printed at p. 66 Caputh detached No. 6 was annexed to Clunie, and by Clause IV. of the same Order the part of Caputh which lies north east of the western march of the estate of Gourdie was also annexed to Clunie. By the last-mentioned change, Clunie detached No. 1 is united with the main portion of Clunie. The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Caputh to the parish of Clunie :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Ballied—Meadows of Ballied, Farm (part), John Livington Campbell of Achalader.
Forehill Pasture,   Do.
Estate of Forneth—Wester Logie, Farm (part), Miss Helen Speid of Forneth.
Eastate of Easter Logie—Easter Logie, Woodlands, land, and house, David M'Ritchie.
Cairns, Woodlands, land, and house, Do.
Estate of Drummellie—Drummellie, Land and house, Lieut. Col. E. R. Stewart Richardson.
Bridgend, House, Lieut. Col. E. R. Stewart Richardson.
Collarton, Do. Do.
Mains of Collarton, Farm, Do.
Estate of Gourdie-Craigie, Woodlands, houses, and land, Charles Young Kinloch of Gourdie.
Hillocks of Gourdie and Blackloch, Farm (part), Do.
Hawkhill, House, Do.
Limestone bank, Land and house, Do.
Lochside, House, Do.
Logie Brae, Farm, Do.

(Sheets 48 and 56 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(3.)—Collace.

(a.) By Clause I. of the Order printed at p. 38 the detached part of the parish of Kettins was annexed to the parish of Clunie. For the subjects thus transferred, see Kettins, supra, p. 202.

(b.) By Clause II.of the Order printed at p. 38 Caputh detached No. 3 was annexed to Collace.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Caputh to the parish of Collace :—

Place Description Proprietor
Southdown of Bandirran, Farm, Trustees for William Macdonald Macdonald of St.Martins and Capt. W. F. Macdonald.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(4.)—Dunkeld & Dowally.

(a.) By Clause I. of the Order printed at p. 59 Dunkeld & Dowally detached No. 1 was transferred to the parish of Logierait.—See Logierait, supra, p. 229,

(b.) By Clause V. of the Order printed at p. 06 part of the parish of Caputh, fully described in the clause, was annexed to Dunkeld & Dowally, and in this way the main portion and detached part No. I of the parish of Dunkeld & Dowally

The district thus transferred includes the whole of the town of Dunkeld so far as previously in the parish of Caputh. It would serve no purpose to enumerate the subjects affected in the town of Dunkeld, but the following are the subjects in the landward part of the parish of Caputh which have now been transferred to the parish of Dunkeld & Dowally :—

Place Description Proprietor
Dunkeld Estate—Dean’s Cross, Cottage and pendicle, Duke of Athole.
Do. Old Tollhouse, Do.
Dunkeld Estate—Auchnahosher, Lodge, gardener’s hous, garden, parks, land, and woodlands, Do.
East Ferry, Cottage and grounds, Do.
Eastwood, Do. Do.
Fungart, House and land, Do.
East Fungarth, Farm, Do.
South Fungarth, Do. Do.
West Fungarth, Do. Do.
Hanghead, Do. Do.
Newtyle, Do. Do.
Polney, House, Do.
Spoutwells, Houses, land, and woodlands, Do.
Square gate, Houses, Do.
Tullymully, House, Do.
Dunkeld, Independent Chapel, Trustees for Indepenedent Congregation.
Do. Free church hall, manse, and garden, Free Church Trustees.
Hillhead, Free Church manse and garden, Do.

The part of the town of Dunkeld includes subjects in Athole Street and lane, Bridge Street, Burgess Brae, Hillhead, Hill Street, High Street, and Tay Terrace.

(Sheets 47, 48, 55, and 56 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(5.)—Longforgan.

By Clause I. of the Order printed at p. 66 Caputh detached No. 1 was annexed to Longforgan. The area thus transferred is very small, extending only to 0.016 of an acre, and being too small to be shown on the one-inch Ordnance Survey maps. It consists of—

Place Description Proprietor
Part of the estate of Mylnefield, :nbsp; Trustees of late Thomas Low.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

8.—Cargill, Kettins, Kinfauns, Kinnoull, St. Madoes, St. Martins, and Scone.

Of these parishes only Kettins, Kinnoul, and Scone had detached parts. The method of dealing with the detached part of Kettins has already been considered (supra, p. 302), but the parochial authorities of Kettins also claimed that the area marked on the Ordnance Survey maps as a detached part of Scone was really part of the parish of Kettins, in the county of Perth. The other parishes were effected incidentally by the treatment of three detached parts.

The following table shows their number and situation

Parish Number of
Detached Parts
Whereabouts
Kinnoull, Three, No. 1. Balthayock, adjoinng the parishes of Kilspindie, Kinfauns, and Scone.
No. 2. Inchyra, between the parishes of Kinfauns and St. Madoes.
No. 3. Balbeggie, nearly surrounded by the parish of St. Martins.
Scone, One, West Kinnochtry, nearly surrounded by the parish of Cargill, but adjoining
the Forfarshire parish of Kettins, and claimed to be part of Kettins in Perthshire.

The district at West Kinnochtry fell to be dealt with by Commissioners whether it belonged to Scone or to Kettins. In first case it was a detached part; in the second case, the parish of Kettins was situated in more counties than one.

The following are the changes effected by the Order printed at p. 70.

(1.)—Cargill.

The district at West Kinnochtry, whether considered as a detached part of Scone or as a part of the parish of Kettins situated in the county of Perth (the rest of the parish being in the county of Forfar), was by Clause VI. of the Order (supra, p. 72) annexed to Cargill.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Scone (or the parish of Kettins) to the parish of Cargill :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Lintrose—Boreland, Farm (part) and pendicle, Representatives of Mungo Murray of Lintrose.
Burnbrae, Farm, Do.
Burngrange, Do. Do.
Greenmyre, Do. Do.
Kinnochtry, Do. Do.
Do. Woodlands and house, Do.
East Kinnochtry, Farm and meal mill, Do.
Woodside and Stormontfield, Farm (part), Do.


(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(2.)—Kinfauns

(a.) By Clause III. of the Order (supra, p. 71) the part of Kinfauns therein described was transferred to the parish of Kinnoull,—See Kinnoull, infra, p. 241.

(c.) By Clause IV. of the Order (supra, p. 71) the part of Kinnoull detached No. 2 which lies to the west of the west march of Inchyra was annexed to Kinfauns.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kinnoull to the parish of Kinfauns :—

Place Description Proprietor
Kinfauns Estate—Dubslaw, Fishings, Edmund A. Stuart-Grey of Gray.
Inchyra, Boathouse, Do.
Prior land, Farm, Do.
Ribney, Fishings, Do.
Tofthill, Farm Part), Do.
Venture, Fishings, Do.
Whiteriggs, Do. Do.
Part of the Caledonian (Dundee and Perth) Railway line (65 chains) west of Glencarse station,   Caledonian Railway Co..

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(3.)—Kinnoull

(a.) By Clause I. of the Order supra, p. 71) part of Kinnoull detached No. 1, therein described, was transferred to the parish of Scone.—See Scone, infra, p. 243.

(b.) By Clause IV. of the Order (supra, p. 71) Kinnoull detached No. 2 was divided. as therein described, between the parishes of Kinfauns and St. Madoes.—See Kinfauns, supra, p. 240, and St. Madoes, infra, p. 242.

(c.) By Clause V. of the Order (supra, p. 72) Kinnoull detached No. 2 was transferred to the parish of St. Martin.—See St. Martin, infra, p. 242.

(d.) By Clause I. of the Order (supra, p. 71) the part of Scone therein described was annexed to Kinnoull. The part of Kinnoull detached No. 1 not affected by Clause I. of the Order was thus united with the main portion of the parish of Kinnoull.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Scone to the parish of Kinnoull :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Bonhard—Bonhard, Woodlands (part), Alexander Macduff of Bonhard.
Springfield, House, Do.
Do. Farm (part), Do.
Parkfield, Farm and land (part), George Ballingall.
Balcraig, House and grounds, Miss Harriet Jane. Loiusa Rache, and Charlotte Catherine Mercer.


(e.) By Clause III. of the Order (supra, p. 71) the part of Kinfauns therein described was annexed to Kinnoull.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kinfauns to the parish of Kinnoull :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Kinfauns—Kinfauns, Woodlands (part), Edmund A. Stuart-Gray of Gray.
Over Kinfauns, Farm (part), Do.
Kingswells, Do. Do.
Upper Muirhall, Do. Do.
Windyedge, Houses, Do.
Estate of Seggieden—Seggieden, Woodlands (part), Mrs. C. E. R. Drummond-Hay and Colenel Drummond-Hay.
Binn, House, Do.
North Leys, Houses, Do.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(4.)—St. Madoes.

By Clause IV. of the Order (supra, p. 71) the western portion of Kinnoull detached No. 2, as therein particularly described, was annexed to St. Madoes.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kinnoull to the parish of St. Madoes.

Place Description Proprietor
Kinfauns Estate—Glove, Fishings, Edmund A. Stuart-Gray of Gray.
Half of Hurlecairn, Do. Rev. Archibald Fleming.
Estate of Inchyra—Inchyra, Mansion-house, offices, garden, houses, and woodlands, Do.
Inchyra, Manor and farm (part), Do.
Inchyra Village, Houses, Do.
Inchyra, Wodlands, Do.
Ford, Fishings, Do.
Hen, Do. Do.
Half of Hurle, Do. Do.
Ladyhole, Do. Do.
Middle Pow, Do. Do.
Hawkstone, Land (part), Sir James T. S. Richardson of Pitfour.
Part of the Caledonian (Dundee and Perth) Railway line (55 chains) west of Glencarse station,   Caledonian Railway Co.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one—inch scale.)

(5.)—St. Martins.

By Clause V. of the Order (supra, p. 72) Kinnoull detached No. 3 was annexed to St. Martins. The detached part includes the whole of the village of Balbeggie, as to which it would serve no good purpose to detail the subjects and proprietors. It is sufficient to state that the village of Balbeggie is now situated wholly within the parish of St Martins.

The following subjects have been transferred from the parish of Kinnoull to the parish of St. Martins :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of St. Martins—Balbeggie, Farm, Trustees for Wuilliam Macdonald Macdonald of St. Martins and Captain W. M. F. Macdonald.
Do. House and land, Do.
Bush, Farm, Do.
Mains of Melginch, Farm (part), Do.
Middleton, Do. Do.
Pitskelly, Houses, Do.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

(6.)—Scone.

(a.) By Clause VI. of the Order printed at p. 70 the detached part of Scone was transferred to the parish of Cargill.— See Cargill, supra, p. 240.

By Clause II of the Order (supra, p. 71) the part of Scone transferred to the parish of Kinnoull. p, 241.

By Clause I. of the detached No. 1 therein fully described was annexed to the parish of Scone. This area was situated at the north of the part north of the Springfield Road.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Kinnoull to the parish of Scone :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Murrayshall—Murrayshall, House, garden, orchard, servants’ houses, and parks, Major H. S. Murray Graham of Murrayshall.
Croftanrigh, Farm, Do.
Lower Den, House and land, Do.
Maidenwell, Houses and land, Do.
Mill Lands, (Part), Do.
Parkside, Farm, Do.
Two-Mile House, Do. Do.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

9.—Dron and Dunbarney.

The parish of Dron had a detached part lying to the west of the main portion of the parish, and disunited from it by a narrow intervening strip of the parish of Dunbarney. By the Order printed at p. 72 the greater portion of this intervening strip was annexed to Dron, and the detached part of Dron in this way being united with the main portion of the parish.

The following subjects have thus been transferred from the parish of Dunbarney to the parish of Dron :—

Place Description Proprietor
Mains of Pitkeathly, Farm, (part, viz. hill grazing), C. T. C. Grant of Kilgraston.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

10.—Forgandenny and Forteviot.

The parish of Forteviot had two detached parts. Forteviot detached No. 1 was situated at Whitehlll, and lay on the south east side of the parish of Forgandenny. Forteviot detached No. 2 was situated at Hilton Junction, and lay on the north side of Forgandenny. Already explained (supra, p. 204) the parish of Forgandenny was partly in the county of Kinross and partly in the county of Perth. By the Order printed at p. 47 the following changes were effected

Forteviot detached No. 2 was annexed to Forgandenny; and (b.) so much of Forgamlonny as lay south west of the River May was annexed to the parish of Forteviot the main portion of Forteviot being thus united with Forteviot detached No. 1. The portion of Forgandenny thus transferred includes the portion formerly in Kinross-shire, but the Order provides that this district shall be transferred to Perthshire.

The following are the subjects affected :—

(a.) Transferred from the parish of Forteviot to the parish of Forgandenny.

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Freeland—Callerfountain, Gamekeeper’s house, Collingwood Lindsay Wood of Freeland.
Freeland, Woodlands, Do.
Kirkton, Orchard, Do.
Do. Farm, Do.
Kirkton of Mailer, Houses, Do.
Mailer Hill, Land, Do.
Woodhead, farm, Do.
Moncreiffe Estate—Craigend, House and land, Sir Robert D. Moncreiffe of Moncreiffe, Bart.
Plashburn, Craigend, Houses, Do.
Hilton, Farm, Do.
Old Hilton, Houses, Do.
Hilton Wood, Cottage, Do.
Hilton, Fishings in Earn, Do.
Do. Woodlands and sawmill, Do.
Hilton Junction, Houses, North British Railway Cio.
Part of the North British Railway (Edinburgh and Perth) line (37 chains)near Hilton Junction,   Do.
Part of the Caledonian Railway (Scottish Central) line 1 mile 17 chains) near Hilton Junction,   Caledonian Railway Co.

(b.) Transferred from the parish of Forgandenny to the parish of Forteviot.

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Ardargie—Auchtenny, Farm, house, and woodlands, James Cadder of Ardargie.
Middlerigg, Farm and woodlands, Do.
Roughfoldslap, Farm, Do.
Condie Estate—Mains of Condie, Farm, Colonel L. J. Oliphant of Condie.
Clekshill, Houses and land, Do.
Pathgreen, Farm (part), Do.
Pathmiln, House and yard, Do.
Woodfoot, House and land, Do.
Invermay Estate—Binzian, Farm and mill, Hon. Charles J. R. H. S. F. Trefusis.
Do. Woodlands, Do.
Clarkshill, House, Do.
Reaster Bankhead, Farm, Representatives of the late William Arnot Stewart.
Path of Condie, House, Dfo..
Struiehill, farm, Do.
Path of Condie, U.P. Church, Trustees for Path of Condie U.P. Church.
Do. School buildings, School Board of the Parish.

(Sheets 40 and 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

11.—Kilmadock and Kincardine.

Part of the parish of Kincardine situated at Thornhill was separated from the main portion of the parish by the southern part of the parish of Kilmadock. By the Order printed at p. 73 an exchange of territory was effected between these two parishes. Part of the detached part and most of the main portion of Kincardine were given to Kilmadock, and the remainder of the detached port was united to the main portion of Kincardine by the annexation to Kincardine of a small intervening part of Kilmadock. Clause I. of the Order describes the portion of Kilmadock given to Kincardine. The line can be easily followed when it is explained that the starting-point lies north-east of Ramoth. The line described in Clause II. runs along the road which leads from Bridge of Teith south-west to Ramoth. The line described in Clause III. can be laid down approximately on the one-inch maps from the description.

The following subjects are affected :—


(1.) Transferred from the parish of Kilmadock to the parish of Kincardine.

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Blair-Drummond—Coldoch, Farm (part), Charles S. H. Drummond-May of Blair-Drummond.
South Carse of Coldoch, Farm, Do.
Earland, Farm (part), Do.
Estate of Coldoch—Coldoch, Mansion-house, &c., Do.
Do. Woodlands (part), Do.
Do. Home farm, and Meadowfield (part), Do.
Do. Easter Carse Park, Do.
Easter Ashentree, Farm (part), Do.
Wester Ashentree, Do. Do.
Spittalton, Do. Do.
Estate of Craighead—Craighead, Mansion-house, offices, garden, and lodge, Do.
Do. Farm (part), Do.
Doune Estate—Easter Frew, Farms, Do.
Mid Frew, Farm, Do.
North Mid Frew, Do. Do.
Wester Frew, Do. Do.
Bridge of Frew, Do. Do.
Goodiebank, Do. Do.
Myme, Do. Do.
Pow Black, Do. Do.
Southfield and Neuk, Do. Do.
Stock o’ Broom, Do. Do.

(2. ) Transferred from the parish of Kincardine to the parish of Kilmadock—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Blair-Drummond—Ashmillburn, House and garden, Charles S. H. Drummond-May of Blair-Drummond.
Blair-Drummond, Land (part of home farm, &c., Do.
Do. Woodlands (part), Do.
Mains of Burnbank, Farm (part), Do.
Ballochneck, Do. Do.
Brae of Boquhapple, Farm, Do.
Whirrieston, Do. Do.
Estate of Lanrick—Ballochneck, Farm (part), Sir Robert Jardine, Bart.
Braendam, House, offices, garden, lodge, and park, Do.
Do. Farm, grass parks, woodlands, and house, Do.
Kames, Wodlands, Do.
Kames, or Easter Daldorne and Wester Daldorne, Farm, Do.
West Muir, Cottages, Sir Robert Jardine, Bart.
Teith, Fishings, Do.
Wester Boquhappie, House and land, Andrew Doig.
Chapel of Boquhappie, Houses and land, John M’Laren of Middleton.
Rottenrow and Mains of Boquhappie, Lands (part), A. Erskine Graham Mpir of Leckie.

(Sheet 39 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

12.—Lecropt.

The parish of Lecropt was situated partly in the county of Perth and partly in the county of Stirling. The parish has now been placed wholly in the county of Perth, but its area is altered somewhat. Under the Order printed at p. 51, (1) it received the addition of a small portion of the parish of Logie lying west of the Scottish Central Railway line, and (2) there was transferred to the parish of Logie all that part of the Stirlingshire portion of Lecropt which lay to the east of the west boundary of the railway.

For particulars as to the changes thus effected, are Lecropt, supra, p. 205, and County of Stirling, Logie, infra, p. 280.

13.—Perth and Tibbermore.

The parish of Tibbermore had two detached parts, both of which were wholly surrounded by the parish of Perth. Tibbermore detached No. 2, situated at York Place, Perth, was situated wholly within the parliamentary and municipal boundary of the burgh of Perth, and the greater portion of Tibbermore detached No. 1 was also situated within the main boundary. The effect of the Order printed at p. 74 is to transfer to the parish of Perth the whole of Tibbermore detached No. 1 and so much of Tibbermore detached No. 2 as lies within the municipal boundaries of the burgh of Perth, and to transfer to the parish of Tibbermore that part of Perth parish which lay north of the Scouring Burn and west and north of the west and north burgh boundaries.

The following subjects are affected.—

(1.) Transferred from the parish of Tibbermore to the parish of Perth.

The subjects are too numerous to particularise, but they consist of all those subjects in the parish of Tibbermore which are entered in the valuation roll of the City of Perth for the year 1890-91. These include, inter alia, part of the lands of Tullylumb, belonglng to the Glovers Incorporation of Perth, but it must be noted that part of these lands (part of Over Tullylumb and Wellshill) being outside the burgh parliamentary boundary.

Place and Description Proprietor
Part of the old Caledonian Railway line near Perth Station (18 chains), and sidings at Perth, Caledonian Railway Co.
Part of the Highland Railway undertaking-Perth Locomotive yard, sidings, &c. Highland Railway Co.

(2.) Transferred from the parish of Perth to the parish of Tibbermore.

Place Description Proprietor
Atholebank, House, offices, and land, Malcolm Stewart.
Do. Farm, Do.
Hillend, Do. Do.
Oakbank, House, offices, garden, and orchard (except about one acre), Trustees of late Miss Margaret Ross.
Do. Farm (part), Do.
Woodlands, House, offices, and garden, William Macdonald of Woodlands.
Do. Farm, Do.
Viewfield, Do. Do.

Burghmuir.-The whole of Burghmuir, so far as previously in the landward part of the parish of Perth, has been transferred to the parish of Tibbermore. The number of small subjects is too numerous to detail.They are situated at North Bellfield, South Bellfield, Gowrie Bank, Jeanfield, Lilybank, &c. The following are, however, the more important subjects transferred

Place Description Proprietor
Cornhill, House, garden, offices, &c., Miss Margaret Donaldson.
Do. Orchard, houses, and land, Do.
Hillyland, Farm (part), Earl of Mansefield.
North Muirton, Farm, Do.
South Muirton, Do. Do.
Taycladdoch, Fishings above North Inch, Do.
Crieff Road, Old tollhouse, Do.
Jeanfield, Farm, Trustees of Earl of Kinnoull.
Fen, House, offices, and land, Do.
Do. Farm (part), Do.
South Muirton, Do. Do.
Parkhead, Farm, Trustees of late David Murray.
Do. Villa, garden, and cottage, Do.
Do. House and land, Do.
Tulloch, Dye-works, servants’ houses, and land, J. Pullar & Sons.
Waterworks, Burghmuir and Tulloch,   Perth Water Commissioners.
Almond Valley Junction, House,   Caledonian Railway Co.
Part of the Caledonian railway (Scottish North Easter) line north of Perth Station (1 mile 55 chains),
sidings at Perth and Almond Valley Junction,
  Do.

(Sheet 48 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

EXPLANATORY NOTES

1. The counties are arranged in the order as in the Census returns, "such that a zig-zag line beginning at the north of Scotland and carried to the south passes successively through every County". The counties have the same numbers as in the Census returns.

2. The subjects transferred are enumerated under the head of the County or Parish to which they are transferred. Thus when an area has been transferred from County A to County B, the subjects affected are enumerated under County B, and a cross reference is given under County A.

3. The names of subjects are those contained in the Valuation Rolls. In the description of subjects the term "farm" includes the farm-house and servants' houses, and the term "croft" includes the house. But where any of the servants' houses on the farm have distinctive names, such houses are detailed separately. "House" includes "cottage", and "land" includes gardens, yards &c.

4. The names of proprietors are in almost all cases those given in The Valuation Rolls of 1890-91. It is therefore to be borne in mind that those who are described as proprietors may be limited owners only, such as liferenters or leaseholders.

5. Where villages or towns are affected, the names of the subjects and proprietors are not usually given. The description of the area transferred is in such cases quite sufficient to show whatever and to what extent any subject in the village or town has been affected by the Order.

6. The Ordnance Survey maps referred to are those published by the Ordnance Survey Department on the scale of one inch to the mile. Those published down to this date (1891), show the Counties and Parishes as they were before the Order of the Commissioners came into operation. It is expected that, when the work of the Commissioners is completed, revised maps will be issued to show the altered boundaries, but the sheets of the revised maps will bear the same numbers as the present maps. The Orders and the explanations can be followed readily on the maps as published at present.

7. An ampersand (&) has been used wherever a County or a Parish has a double name, e.g. "Ross & Cromarty" or "Fetlar & North Yell".

8. In most cases it is necessary to read the text of the order along with the explanation, because the full descriptions contained in the Orders are, as a rule, not repeated in the explanation.