List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CORDAMPH BURN Cordamph Burn Mr. Middleton, Tibberchindy
Dr [Doctor] Garden
Revd. Dr. [Reverend [Doctor]Gillan
Revd [Reverend] Mr. McConnach
062 This is a tributary of the Long Burn. It rises on the east slope of Callievar and flows south-easterly until it joins the Long Burn. Its length is about a ¼ mile.
LONG BURN Long Burn Mr Middleton
Rev Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Gillan
Dr [Doctor] Garden
Revd. [Reverend] Mr McConnach.
Mr Minto
062 This is a long straggling burn which has its source at the head of the glen which lies southward from Tibberchindy. It is called the Long Burn to the point where a drain flowing from Tibberchindy, joins it, below which it is called the Strow Burn.
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Gillan
Dr [Doctor] Garden
Mr Minto
New Statistical Account
Old Statistical Account
062 This hill is situated in the extreme west of the parish of Alford. It is entirely covered with heathy pasture, and part of its eastern slope is planted with an extensive fir plantation: The highest part of this hill is not in the parish of Alford. Its water shed forms the boundary of the parish for a considerable distance

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Aberdeenshire Ph. [Parish] of Alford.

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