List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRATHIE & BRAEMAR Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathie & Braemar
Crathy and Braemar
Crathy and Braemar
Braemar and Crathie
Turnpik [Turnpike] Act dated 1880
James Ogg Esqr Banker
J. Anderson Esqr
Revd. [Reverend] A. Gray
Revd. [Reverend] Mr McKenzie
Mr Christie Schoolmaster
Presbytery Records from 1740
Sheriffs List of Parishes
Philips' County Atlas
Oliver & Boyd's Almanac
New Statistical Account
Old Statistical Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Johnston's County Map
The parish of Crathie and Braemar is in the Presbytery of Kincardine O'Neil, and Synod of Aberdeen. Patron the Crown. At what time Braemar was united to Crathie is not Known, but there is every reason to believe it must have been far back, as nothing can be learned concerning it, either from the records of Session or Presbytery.
The parish is bounded on the east by the parish of Glenmuick Tullich and Glengairn; on the north by the parish of Strathdon and Kirkmichael the latter being in Banffshire; on the west by the parish of Alvie in Inverness-shire; and on the south by the parishes of Blair Athole and Kirkmichael in Perthshire, and the parishes of Glenisla and Clova in Forfarshire. There are no detached portions of this parish nor are there any detached portions of another parish situated within it.

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County of Aberdeen Parish of Crathie and Braemar

Margin - It is one parish & therefore Crathie & Braemar - not Crathie and Braemar [?]

Synonimous. - The conjunctions and, and with in Ph. [Parish] or Township names were never contracted in England where they often occur and I believe it is the general rule on the Ordnance Plans to continue the same practice therefore it was adopted here being the correct mode according to custom and usage.
Where there are two parishes - and - is right
but when only one parish - & - is right Amo

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