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ABERDEENSHIRE
RHYNIE AND ESSIE
SLATER'S
MISCELLANEOUS.
Castel J. & A. dyers, Auchindoir
Cryle James, quarry owner, Rhynie
Gibson James R. accountant & collector of
rates, Rhynie
Grant William, watchmaker, Rhynie
M'Adam Charles, fiesher, Rhynie
Middle ton Alexander, saddler, Rhynio
Tarves Alexander, constable, Rhynio
PLACES OF WORSHIP
and their ministers.
Established Churches: —
Rhynie & Essie — Rev. James J. Calder
Auchindoir & Kearn— Rev. Alexander
derson
Cabrach — Rev. G. G. Macmillan
Clatt— Rev. G. A. Selbie
Kinnethinont — Rev. Thomas Burnett
Free Churches : —
Rhynie — Rev. Thomas Bruce
Kinnethinont— Rev. Thomas Mathieson
Lumsden— Rev. Harry Nicoll
Episcopal Chapel (St. Mary's), Auchindoir —
Rev. B. W. Williams
United Presbyterian Church, Cabrach —
Rev. Alexander Withers
United Preseyterian Church, Lumsden —
Rev. James Stark
Independent Chapel, Rhynio
REGISTRARS
OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES FOR
FOR THE DISTRICTS OF
Auchindoir — Harry L. Smith, Newton of Auch-
indoir
Cabrach— James M'Combie, Cabrach
Clatt— Rev. John Minto, Clatt
Kinnethmont— Sdhn Morrison, Kinnethmont
Rhynie — Robert Rattray, Rhynie
INSPECTORS OF POOR
FOR THE DISTRICTS OF
Auchindoir — James Wallace, Lumsden
Cabrach — James Beattio, Powneed
Clatt — John Morrison, Kinnethmont
Kmtiethmont — John Morrison, Kinnethmont
Rhynie— Alexander Hardic, Rhynie
CONVEYANCE BY RAILWAY.
The nearest Station is at Gartly, on the Great
North of Scotland Railway, four miles from
the village of Rhynie— Walter Beattie, -sta-
tion master
Kinnethmont Statw7i, nearest to Clatt — John
Ligertwood, station master
COACH.
To GARTLY, Robert Garden, from Strathdon,
daily
CARRIERS.
To ABERDEEN, James Sim, from Rhynie
{via Gartly), Thursday; Harry Hall, from
Lumsden [via Alford), Tuesday ; and George
Spehce, from Clatt, Thursday
ROSEHEAETY IN PITSLIGO,
WITH THE VILLAGES OF PITTULIE, SANDHAVEN AND NEIGHBOURHOODS.
ROSEHEARTY is a maritime village and burgh of barony, in the
parish of Pitsligo, 4>£ miles w. from Fraserburgh and 18 e. from
Banff. It has a good harbour capable of admitting vessels of from
eighty to one hundred tons, which, during the last few years, has been
considerably extended. The chief imports are timber, coals and salt,
and it exports fish and grain ; its commerce, however, is not extensive.
Although inconsiderable in size, it is a burgh of barony, having been
raised to that distinction by a charter of Charles II. dated July 13th,
1681. The places of worship are the Established and Free churches
and a United Presbyterian chapel. The parish of Pitsligo lies in the
district of Buchau, on the sea coast, betwixt Abelour on the west and
Fraserburgh on the east, and commencing about two miles west of
Kinnaird llead. The land is generally fertile, and the face of the
country level. Pitsligo Castle, formerly the seat of Lord Pitsligo (a'title
POST OFFICE, Rosehearty, Alexander Mitchell, Post Master. — Letters from all parts arrive (from Fraserburgh) at 11 a.m. and 3-20 p.m.
and are despatched thereto at 9-40 a.m. and 3-15 p.m. IS" Money Order and Telegraph Office and Savings Bank.
Post Office, Sandhaven, James Boddie, Post Master. — Letters arrive from all parts (from Fraserburgh) at 10-40 a.m., and are despatched
thereto at 4-0 p.m. IS" The nearest- Money Order Office is at Rose hearty, two miles distant.
in the Forbes family), is an ancient structure, surrounded with extensive
gardens. The labouring portion of the population in the parish are
principally employed in fishing, and others in agriculture. Pittulie
and Sandhaven are two small villages in this parish, both situated
between Kinnaird Head and Rosehearty Point, inhabited chiefly by
fishermen. There is a good harbour at Sandhaven, which, during the
last four years, has been considerably enlarged and improved, £20,000
having been expended by the proprietor, the Honourable Charles J. R.
II. S. Forbes Trefusis, and work« are still in progress for its further
improvement and completion. There are several lish curing stations in
the village. The places of worship are a church of the Establishment
and a Free church. The population of Rosehearty in 1881 was 1,404,
and of the entire parish of Pitsligo, the acreage of which is 4,741, 2,582.
GENTRY & CLERGY.
Bisset Mr. Archibald, Rosehearty
Gregor Rev. Walter, Rosehearty
Ironside Mr. George, Pitsligo
M'Pherson Rev. William, Sandhaven
Ogilvie Rev. Rev. William P. Rosehearty
Ritchie Mr. James, Breccopark
Sharp Mr. James D. Rosehearty
Stephen Mr. John, Sandhaven
Thomson Rev. David, Sandhaven
Trail Mr. William, Rosehearty
Youngson Mr. Alexander, Rosehearty
BOOT & SHOE MAKERS.
Arthur Alexander, Rosehearty
Campbell Brothers, Rosehearty
Cruickshank James, Rosehearty
Grant John, Sandhaven
Rankin James, Rosehearty
Riddell Samuel, Rosehearty
Sim Alexander, Pittulie
Sim Alexander C. Sandhaven
Watt Williain, Rosehearty
Rae John, Mounthooly
Reid Alexander, Headdrum
Rennie James, Hillhead of Pittulie
Rettie Joseph, Coburty
Ritchie James, Brecco Park
Robertson Alexander, Poukburn
Robertson Alexander F. (representatives of),
Ardlaw
Robertson William, Broomliill, Pitsligo
Shand James, Craigmyres
Smith Alexander, Boghead
CARPENTERS & WRIGHTS.
Morrison Alexander & John, Rosehearty
Ritchie James, Rosehearty
Ritchie John, Rosehearty
Scott James R. Rosehearty
Stephen Thomas, Ardlaw
Taylor William, Sandhaven
Strachan John, Peathill
Watson David, Burnthill
SGHOOLS.
Public Schools:—
Pitsligo — George Ironside, master
Pittulie— Jane B. Farquhar, mistress
Rosehearty — Robert Mirrlees, master
FISH CURERS & COOPERS.
Burnett A. & J. Sandhaven
Dean William, Rosehearty
Duthie Alexander T. Rosehearty
Forbes George & Sons, Sandhaven
AGENTS.
Sharp James D. (for the Scottish Union and
National, Scottish Boat, and Scottish Fisher-
men's Accident Assurance Co.), Rosehearty
Youngson Alexander (for the Northern In-
surance Co.), Rosehearty
CARTERS.
Bruce John, Rosehearty
Clark Alexander, Rosehearty
Leslie Forbes, Rosehearty
Leslie George, Rosehearty
Simpson Charles, Rosehearty
Gordon Robert & George, Rosehearty
M'Allau James, Sandhaven
M'Donald Robert, Sandhaven
Mackie William & Co. Sandhaven
Milne R. P. Sandhaven
Paton Francis S. Sandhaven
Ritchie James, Rosehearty
Sim & Co. Sandhaven
BAKERS.
Reid James, Sandhaven
Tytler William, Rosehearty
COAL DEALERS.
Shand Alexander, Rosehearty
Smith Isabella, Rosehearty
Sim J. & A. Sandhaven
Skinner John, Rosehearty
Stewart Duthie, Rosehearty
Taylor Alexander, Sandhaven
Taylor & Sim, Sandhaven
FARMERS.
Beedie James, Mains of Ardlaw
Brebner James, Craigiebanks
Chapman Alexander, Ironhill
Chessor George, Percy horner
Chessor George, Sandhaven
Chessor James, Craigiebanks
Cowie George, Lochbuye
Gordon Mrs. — , Bridge End
Haddon Jean, Coburty
Iunes Alexander, Mains of Pittulie
Laing James, Fisherbriggs
Lorrimer Alexander, Smiddyhillock
M'Donald Alexander, Mains of Pittendrum
Middleton Robert, Canonhill
Milne Alexander, Knowhead
Milne James, Pitsligo Castle
Milne James, Netherton of Pittendrum
Morrison Mary, Stonehriggs
Pittendrigh Jean & Elizabeth, Bodyhill
White Adam F. Rosehearty
BANK.
Union Bank of Scotland, Limited (Branch),
Rosehearty— draws on the head offices, Glas-
gow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen, and on the
FLESHERS.
Bisset William, Rosehearty & Sandhaven
Murdoch Alexander, Rosehearty
London office — James D. Sharp, agent
GROCERS & DRAPERS.
BLACKSMITHS.
Beedie James, Sandhaven
Duncan John, Rosehearty
Whyte James, Ardlaw
Arthur Susan, Rosehearty
Barron Agnes (grocer), Rosehearty
Beedie James, Sandhaven
Birnie George (& spirit dealer), Rosehearty
Birnie Isabella, Ardlaw
Boddie James, Sandhaven
BOAT BUILDERS.
Forbes George, Sandhaven
Gordon Alexander, Rosehearty
Taylor A. & R. Rosehearty
Taylor James & Son, Rosehearty
West William, Rosehearty
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Eraser Hugh, Rosehearty
Gibb John, Rosehearty [hearty
Milne Nathaniel S. [& general merchant), Rose-
Mitchell Alexander (general merchant), Rose-
hearty
Mitchell John, Rosehearty
Ritchie Andrew, Rosehearty
Watt William, Pittulie

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