List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dess Burn
Dess Burn
Mr. John Muggauch
Mr. George Ray
Mr. Stephenson
082 A large Stream formed by Lumphanan Burn and the boundry stream between Coull and Aboyne, it has a rapid course on which there are two falls, at a place on the burn called the Sloc of Dess. There are two mills close by its sides, one a Spinning, the other Saw, afterwards falling into the River Dee at Desswood
SLOC OF DESS Sloc of Dess
Sloc of Dess
Sloc of Dess
Sloc of Dess
Sloc of Dess
Mr John Muggauch
Mr. George Ray
Mr. Stephenson. Waulk Mill
New Statistical Account
James Ogg Esq.
082 Two falls on the Dess Burn. The burn at this place descends about 50 ft in a distance of thirty yards, the falls do not exceed 12 feet perpendicular and A circular hollow on Dess burn into which descends the falls, one half of this feature is represented in Kincardine O'Neil ph. [parish].

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Aberdeenshire Parish of Aboyne Names Ats. [Authorities] & described by D McLean S.R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]

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Falls of Dess [Crossed out. Description incorporated into Sloc of Dess as arrowed]

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