Books and Sites
Wyntoune, Andrew (1426) Wyntoune’s Orygynale Cronykil of Scotland (Vol III ed. David Laing (In “Historians of Scotland” Vol IX)” Wyntoun was an Augustinian canon of a monastery on St. Sers Inch island in Loch Leven. He wrote this epic rhyming history of Scotland in the 1420’s. It’s said he may have drawn on first-hand accounts of the battle of Glasclune to write a graphic description.
Robert Ayson of Tullimet. Plaintiff :1493 : Records of the Scottish Parliament to 1707 of St Andrews University. Records of a court case pursued by Robert Ayson of Tullimet 1493
Braes o’ Tulliemet by Jane M Banner – an excellent e-book by Jane M Banner telling of some more recent history of Tulliemet
Braes o’ Tulliemet Facebook Media Page by Jane M Banner – a Facebook page. also excellent, with much about Tuliiemet’s more recent history too.
Logie Coldstone and Cromar
Deeside Tales Or Men and Manners On Highland Deeside since 1745 (1908) : John Grant Michie. John Grant Michie. was born in Ballater, he became Minister at Logie Coldstone xx to xx and wrote a number of books about the history of Logie Coldstone
Tales and Memories of Cromar and Canada.: Donald Robert Farquharson. Detailed account of life in Logie Coldstone in the 1800’s by a one time pupil and friend of John Grant Michie.
The life and curious adventures of Peter Williamson (ca. 1756) : Peter Williamson. True story of slave trading and corruption from Aberdeenshire to America in the 18th century
The Lily of Culblein (p. 349, Chapter XXII, within Phillp Rollo or The Scottish Musketeers) (1857) James Grant included a romantic tale set in and around Logie Coldstone in a wider story of hismtorical fiction
Records of Invercauld 1657-1829 : John Grant Michie
The Campaign and Battle of Culblean : W. Douglas Simpson
Wars of the Covenant
“A Lyon in mourning” A most extraordinary anthology on the aftermath of Culloden
Jacobite Risings : Wikipaedia
The 1745 rising : Wikipaedia
Some Letters and documents here : In the National Library of Scotland
Place names of West Aberdeenshire by James Macdonald
Celtic Place Names in Aberdeenshire by John Milne