Abden (possible) (site of)
The ancient mansion house of Abden once belonged to the Crown before being conferred upon the Archbishop of St Andrews some time prior to the 16th century.
By the early 17th century it was owned by a junior branch of the Wardlaws of Pitreavie. In January 1627 John Mow of Mow sold his lands of Mow-toun, Mow-maynes, Mow-mylne and Carroust, and William and Gilbert Mow of Mowis-maynes sold their lands of Mowis-maynes, to John Wardlaw of Abden, third son of Sir Henry Wardlaw of Pitreavie, to settle an 1100 pound debt to Sir Henry.
Its exact location is unknown so for now I have placed it at Abden Farm pending further research.
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