is listed there in 18th century.
The unmarried Gibbon sisters (nieces of Alexander Martin) are listed there in [Aberdeen Directory] 1851-52 to 1860-61.
By the time the Gibbons lived there some of the grounds had been surrendered to form Nellfield Cemetery. See map of 1866-67.
The house was eventually demolished to expand Nellfield Cemetery.
Nellfield House was at the S side of the triangle (off Nellfield Place) and is now completely vanished under the cemetery. See satellite view.
Nellfield House on 1828 map of Aberdeen.
From map of 1866-67.
Close-up of above.
Location of Nellfield House.
It is now completely vanished under the cemetery.
From Google Maps.
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