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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROOMHILL Broomhill
Broomhill
Broomhill
Broomhill
Mr Alexander Tough Broomhill
Mr Alexander SKene Wester Hatton
Mr William Philips Hatton
Revd. [Reverend] William Thomson
066 An ordinary Cottage house with garden etc. attached. So called from the hill of this name adjacent.
MILLDEN LINKS Millden Links
Millden Links
Millden Links
Millden Links
Mr George Tough Fisherman
Mr William Shepherd Fisherman
Mr George Greig Fisherman
Revd. [Reverend] William Thomson.
066 A portion of rough ground adjoining the coast Consisting of rough pasture. whins Sand etc. benty hillocks etc.
MILLDEN BURN Millden Burn
Millden Burn
Millden Burn
Mr. George Tough
Mr James Thomson (Bridgefoot)
Revd. [Reverend] William Thomson (Manse Belhelvie)
066 This name applies to a small burn from about ¾ of a Mile west of the farm of Millden to the Sea.
POTTERTOWN BURN Pottertown Burn
Pottertown Burn
Pottertown Burn
Revd. [Reverend] William Thomson (Manse Belhelvie)
Col [Colonel] Lumsden C.B. [Companion of the Bath]
James Harvey Esqr
066 This Burn is best known as Pottertown Burn through the Estate of Meadowbank and Belhelvie Lodge, & Pottertown, and as Millden Burn from "Torrangin" to the Sea.

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Parish of Belhelvie

"Links - Sandy flat ground on the Lea Shore." (Jamieson)

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