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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 690638

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NO51SE 25 5797 1340.

The lands of Pitmilly, with the fortalice, manor place etc., are recorded in 1600.

Reg Magni Sig Reg Scot 1593-1608

NO 5797 1340. About 155.0m SSE of Pitmilly Hotel is a drystone wall, 30.0m long, 0.3m thick and 1.9m high, said to be the the site of an earlier building by Mrs Douglas, a member of the family who once owned the Pitmilly Estate (N C Ogilvie, owner, Pitmilly Hotel, Boarhills), but having the appearance of a garden wall. Some fragments of masonry protrude through the grass 13.0m to the SW.

Visited by OS (DS) 15 October 1956

The grounds of Pitmilly Hotel have been cleared and are now under cultivation. There are no traces of building remains.

Visited by OS (EGC) 28 August 1968

See also NO51SE 43 57791 13612 Pitmilly Gate Lodge

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