List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CÀRN CLOICH-MHUILINN Càrn Cloich-mhuilinn
Càrn Cloich-mhuilinn
Càrn Cloich-mhuilinn
Mr Alexander McDonald
Mr John Grant
Mr James Coutts
096 This name applies to the Summit or Peak of the hill situated close to the source of Allt Dhaidh Bhig. The name means Mill Stone Cairn.
COIRE GARBH-UILLT Coire Gharbh-uillt
Coire Gharbh-uillt
Coire Gharbh-uillt
Mr. Alexander McDonald
Mr. John Grant
Mr James Coutts
096 This name applies to a small hollow immediately below Càrn Clach-mhuilinn. Name signifies The Hollow of the Rough Burn.
Allt Dhàidh Bhig
Allt Dhàidh Bhig
Davy Beg Water
Davy Beg
Mr Alexander McDonald
Mr. John Grant
Mr. James Coutts
Blacks County Map
Johnstons County Map
096 A stream which rises near the summit of Càrn Clach-mhuilinn and flows south eatward until it empties itself into Geldie Burn. The name Davy appears to be a corruption its meaning being unKnown, literally the name means Little Davy's Burn

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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Crathie and Braemar
as written now on plan it is quite incorrect and as suggested by you would be quite incorrect G M
Carn Clach-mhuilinn So Stewart gives as example - Clach ciann-anteine p155
Càrn Cloich-mhuilinn to be adopted GM
Corrected AWL

The accent not correct there Please erase from Plan
to be corrected on Plan
Erased AWL

To be altered to Allt Dhàidh Beag
It is evident it is the size of the stream or burn by Mòr and Beag see Allt Dhàidh Mhòr and per the relative sizes of the streams on plan

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