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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURN OF GARBH CHOIRE Burn of Garbh Coirrie Mr. John Milne Gamekeper
Mr. William Ingram Sen. [Senior] Gamekeper
Mr. William Ingram jun. [junior] Gamekeper
101 A small mountain stream rising in the White hill and flowing southward a short distance joins the Tanner water near Etnach
GARBH CHOIRE Garbh Coirrie Mr. John Milne Gamekeper
Mr. William Ingram Sen. [Senior] Gamekeper
Mr. William Ingram jun. [junior] Gamekeper
101 A beautiful natural feature, situated about a mile west of Etnach
MOUNT ROAD Mount Road Mr. John Milne Gamekeper
Mr. William Ingram Sen. [Senior] Gamekeper
Mr. William Ingram jun. [junior] Gamekeper
101 A public "Drove Road leading from Glen Muick and Ballater into Glen Esk. It is locally believed that it was across this road that the great Montrose led his army, after their retreat from Dundee across the Carriston Ford into Glenesk.

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Parishes of Glenmuick Aboyne & Glentanner

BURN OF GARBH CHOIRE
"Garbh - Thick, rough, boisterous, harsh etc."
"Coire - A kettle, a circular hollow surrounded with hills" (Gaelic)

Note. The adjective "Garbh" always causes
the succeeding noun to be aspirated. EHC

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