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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURN OF SKINNA Burn of Skinna
Burn of Skinna
Burn of Skinna
Mr John Milne Glentanner.
Mr Robert Davidson Glentanner.
Mr A. Ritchie Glentanner.
092 A large stream formed by the Burns of Drum and the East Burn of Drum, and flows in a Northly direction for about 1½ miles, and flows into the Water of Tanner, about ½ a mile West of the Bridge of KnocKieside.
BURN OF COUNSELTREE Burn of Counseltree
Burn of Counseltree
Burn of Counseltree
Mr John Milne Glentanner.
Mr Robert Davidson Glentanner.
Mr A. Ritchie Glentanner.
092 A small stream rises about ½ a mile North of the Drum, and flows into the Burn of Skinna.
THE STRONE The Strone
The Strone
The Strone
Mr John Milne Glentanner.
Mr Robert Davidson Glentanner.
Mr A. Ritchie Glentanner.
092 A large hill feature.
THE DRUM The Drum
The Drum
The Drum
Mr John Milne Glentanner.
Mr Robert Davidson Glentanner.
Mr A. Ritchie Glentanner.
092 A large hill feature.

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