The simple answer is that the croft called Intown is shown on the Victorian Ordinance Survey about two miles due West of Cookney. The neighbouring croft of Brucewell is still in existence, and Intown was about 400 yards to the North. Interestingly, perhaps, while Alexander Wyllie was christened before the congregation in 1771 (perhaps born 1767 if one believes his reported age in the 1851 census) his younger sister Jean was christened in June 1773 with witnesses William Wylie and William Brown, both said to be of Intown. Alexander, as we know, married Anna Barclay in 1798 from Kinneff, she coming from Crawton in Dunnottar parish. Returning to the Intown subject, between 1806 and 1816 there was another Wyllie family living in this croft. Edward Wyllie, christened 8/6/1781 in Kinneff, married Ann or Helen Mavor of Maryculter on 13th July 1805 had 5 children born there, William (b 1806, who married Jean Bisset and was a coachman), Edward (b 1808, who married Ann Crane and was a Stone Dyker), Ann (b 1810, who married James Milne, a local farmer) George (b 1813, who Ann Milne and was a crofter at Cookney, and Isabel (b 1816, who married James Jamieson, a joiner. The father Edward was son of Edward and Margaret Murray, who married at Kinneff in 1777. Probably the senior Edward had been born in Arbuthnot in February 1754 to William Wyllie and Mary Young. Arbuthnot parish records are sketchy, but on wonders whether the James who was Alexander's father was the brother of Edward born 1754. There was a James who married Isobel Walker in Dunnottar in May 1764, six months after John Walker, a Crawton resident had married Annie Wyllie (a sister). In November 1777 "John Walker in Crawton had a daughter called Isobel"; the witnesses were James and Robert Barclay, one of whom was Anna's father. In 1804, when Alexander Wyllie and Annie Barclay had their daughter Jean, the witnesses were John Walker and James Barclay. In the 1811 Census of Dunnottar parish at Wester Gallowton the household includes Edward Wyllie (?of 1754, since his son was at Intown at this time) plus William Wyllie and Jean Wyllie with Janet Murray (William and Jean were the 1787 and 1789 brother and sister of Edward 1781, while Janet was probably an Aunt). Down amongst the 50 or so inhabitants of "Nether Crawton" were Alex Wyllie and Anne Barclay with 4 children at 10, other Barclays at 5, 7 and 9, and John Walker at 6. All somewhat tenuous, but perhaps someone can add to this.