List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Black Craig
Black Craig
Mr. John Milne, Gamekeeper Glentanner.
Mr. Robert Davidson Glentanner.
Mr. A. Ritchie Glentanner.
093 A large hill feature.
Oldroy Burn
Oldroy Burn
Mr. John Milne, Gamekeeper Glentanner,
Mr. Robert Davidson Glentanner,
Mr. A. Ritchie Glentanner
093 A Small Stream rises about half a mile West of Duchery Beg, and flows into the Water of Tanner near Oldroy.
DAVIDSON'S STRIPE Davidson's Stripe
Davidson's Stripe
Davidson's Stripe
Mr. R. Milne Meresman for Aboyne & Glen. [Glentanner].
Mr. A. Ogg, Meresman for Birse
Mr. John Milne, Gamekeeper, Glenr. [Glentanner]
093 A Streamlet rising near the Black Moss and flowing due east for a short distance joins the Auld-dinnie Burn. The whole of its course forms the boundary between Aboyne & Glentanner & Birse Phs. [Parishes]

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"Strip - A long narrow Plantation"
"Strip., Strype, Streape - A small hill or Stream"
"Strypie - A very small hill" (Jamieson)
"Strip. (Ang. Sax.) [Anglo Saxon] narrow shred, long, waste," etc.
"Stripe - Applied to anything long and narrow" - (Hyde Clarke's English language etc.)

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