List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Holly Linn
Holly Linn
Holl o' Lin or Rush o' Lin
Estate Plan dated 1774
Mr James Porter Land Steward Monymusk
Rev. [Reverend] Thomas Dawson Ph [Parish] Minister Monymusk
Plan of Corrennie Forest 1834
063 A small cascade about 12 feet high, on Hollylinn Burn, it occurs at the point where the stream leaves Monymusk and enters Cluny parish, and derives its name from the circumstance of a few Holly bushes having grown around.
Hollylinn Burn
Hollylinn Burn
Burn of Holl o' Lin
Mr James Porter
Rev. [Reverend] Thomas Dawson
Rev [Reverend] Alexander Ogilvie Parochial Teacher Monymusk
Plan of Corrennie Forest 1834
063 A small stream which is formed by surface water near Tillyfourie Railway Station, after a short course it is joined by another small stream from the parish of Cluny, the united waters of the two then becoming Ton Burn.

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