Maps, Plans and Archives
c.1636-52 Robert Gordon, Aberdeen, Banf [sic], Murrey [sic] &c. to Inverness : [and] Fra the north water to Ross / Robertus Gordonius a Strathloch describebat 1640
1654 Johannes Blaeu, Duo Vicecomitatus Aberdonia & Banfia, una cum Regionibus & terrarum tractibus sub iis comprehensis / Auctore Roberto Gordonio à Straloch.Description of the two Shyres Aberdene and Banf, with such Countreys and Provinces as are comprehended under them
1747-55 General Roy's Military Survey
1776 G. Taylor and A. Skininer, Survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland, 1776
1820 John Thomson, Northern Part of Aberdeen & Banff Shires
1822 James Robertson, Topographical and military map of the counties of Aberdeen, Banff and Kincardine
1858 Alexander Gibb, Map of the north eastern districts of Aberdeenshire
1864-71 survey Aberdeenshire, 1st edition OS 1:2500 (25”) and 1:10,560 (6”), published 1871
1899-1901 survey Aberdeenshire, 2nd edition OS 1:2500 (25”) and 1:10,560 (6”), published 1901-3
1923-25 survey Aberdeenshire, 3rd edition OS 1:2500 (25”) and 1:10,560 (6”), published 1928
NAS RHP2529 Plan of the Park and Policy of Hatton Lodge, 1769
NAS RHP88945 Photocopy of volume of plans of Hatton Estate, c.1768
NAS RHP88946 Photocopy of plans of Hatton Estate entitled 'Atlas of the Estate of Hatton Castle belonging to Garden Duff', c.1768
NAS RHP8834 Plan of the policies of Hatton Lodge, 1769
RCAHMS: National Monuments Record of Scotland (NMRS) and photographic and manuscript collections
Baptie, D, A lairdship lost: the Mowats of Balquholly, 1309-1736, Tuckwell Press: East Linton
Banffshire Journal 1887, The Hatton Estates, Banffshire Journal: Banff
Cocker, M 2007, Crow Country, Jonathan Cape: London
Gifford, J 1978, Unpublished report to Historic Buildings Council for Scotland: Hatton Castle, Turriff
Pratt, J B 1901, Buchan, L. Smith & Son: Aberdeen
Scottish History Society 1906, Geographical collections relating to Scotland. Made by Walter Macfarlane/ edited from Macfarlane's transcript in the advocates' library, by Sir Arthur Mitchell. [SHS, 51] vol.1: Edinburgh
Temple, W 1894, The Thanage of Fermartyn including the district commonly called Formartine, its proprietors with genealogical deductions; its parishes, ministers, churches, churchyards, antiquities, &c. Aberdeen
The New Statistical Account of Scotland 1845, Statistical Account of the Parish of Turriff, , vol.12, Edinburgh, 981-1014
The Statistical Account of Scotland 1796, Statistical Account of the Parish of Turriff, vol. 17, Edinburgh, 394-412
Transactions of the Royal Scottish Arboricultural Society 1909, 'The Aberdeen Branch of the R.S.A.S.: Excursion to Forglen and Hatton' 22, 211-12
Watson, A 1967, 'The Hatton Castle Rookery and Roost in Aberdeenshire', Bird Study 14, 116-19
Champion Tree Database Search: The Tree Register, www.treeregister.org [accessed 11 January 2011]
Galbraith, A 2010, 'Gardens: Hatton Castle, Aberdeenshire' The Scotsman, www.living.scotsman.com [accessed December 2010]
Historic Scotland on behalf of Scottish Ministers, The Lists of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Interest, HB16431, HB16401, HB16397, HB16402, HB16399, HB16400, HB16403, HB16398 www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/index/heritage/historicandlistedbuildings.htm [accessed 11 January 2011]
IBRA International Bee Research Association, www.ibra.org.uk/beeboles/ [accessed 11 January 2011]
Hatton Castle, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, www.btinternet.com/~hattoncastle/ [accessed 11 January 2011]
Scotland's Gardens Scheme, www.gardensofscotland.org [accessed 11 January 2011]
Note of Abbreviations used in references
NAS: National Archives of Scotland
RCAHMS: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
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