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NJ 432 056 (accurate position)
Six-figure easting & northing
St Finan's Church, Migvie, Logie-Coldstone (0.79 miles)
Migvie, former parish, Logie-Coldstone (0.79 miles)
St John's Well, Logie-Coldstone (1.98 miles)
St John's Well, settlement, LOC (1.98 miles)
Parish (extant in 1975)
NGR for St Neachtan's parish church, original site of Coldstone church. NMRS: The parish church of Coldstone stood a little north of centre of the graveyard until removed at the end of the 17th century when the parish was united with Logie, and nothing remained in 1866. Name Book 1866.
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Contains St John's Well, Logie-Coldstone
Contains St John's Well, settlement, LOC
Contains St Wolock's Stone, Logie-Coldstone
Logie-Coldstone consisting of Logie-Mar LMX and Coldstone CXS
Logie-Mar and Coldstone parishes were united in 1618 (Fasti 103). In 1891 there were several changes made to the united parish of Logie-Coldstone: 1. The core of the medieval parish of Migvie, then part of Tarland and Migvie, was annexed to LOC; for details see LOC MVX. 2. the following were transferred from LOC to the parish of Tarland - these seem all to have belonged to the medieval parish of Coldstone, since they lie on the east side of LOC. They are TLD LOC: Bo(i)g TLD LOC; Easter Davoch TLD LOC (but Wester Davoch LOC), Glassel TLD LOC; Hill of Bo(i)g TLD LOC; Longfold TLD LOC; Melgum TLD LOC; Millhead TLD LOC & Winds' ee TLD LOC. Note: A.B. Coll. ii, 10-12: lands of 'Huchtirerne in Cromarre' etc. - can't find it in Alexander 1952 under Auchter; and doesn't seem to be Auchnerran GTG; the fact that in A.B. Ill. ii it is under Logie-Coldstone (LOC) would argue against it being to do with Glen Ernan, which was part of Migvie at this time (see STD MVX). So where was it? Black, Surnames no help, though mentions Auchterarne as a surname, and the place being in Mar.