Maps and plans of Balquhain, Fetternear and Insch estates, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, c 1769 - 1869. The collection comprises 11 maps and plans, but their fragile condition renders 4 of these unsuitable for production, pending conservation. The remaining maps, available for consultation with care, comprise A plan of that part of the land of Balquhain lying in the Sucket of Mill of Ward house and Parish of Insch, the property of Mr Partick Lesly Grant Esq., by John Hume (1769); The plan of the line of march between the land of Balquhain and Braco (1806); Plan of the Upper Barony Insch lands ... property of John Leslie, Esq., surveyed by Walker&Beattie, Aberdeen (1838); Plan of the Lower Barony Insch lands ... property of John Leslie Esq., surveyed by Walker and Beattie, Aberdeen (1838); Fetternear No. I: Plan of part of the Barony of Balquhain lying in the parishes of Inverey and Chapel of Garioch, produced for John Leslie, Esq., by Walker and Beattie, Aberdeen (1838); Sketch of the Knockenbaird lands, part of the Barony of Insch (n.d.); Ordnance Survey sheet LXV, 6 inch to 1 mile, surveyed 1868, published 1869; showing Newhills parish with parts of the parishes of Skene, Kinellar, Kintore and Dyce
Maps and plans of Balquhain, Fetternear and Insch estates, Aberdeenshire
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Deposited in the University in Apr 1989 by David Fyffe, of Fetternear. Additional deposit Apr 2000.
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The maps were found in the rafters of a potting shed, by David Fyffe's father, Mr. L.R.K. Fyffe, of Sauchen, Aberdeenshire, c 1988
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