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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LEARG AN LAOIGH Learg an Laoigh
Learg an Laoigh
Learg an Laoigh
Mr. J. Morgan
Mr. A. McIntosh
Mr. Alexander McDonald
077 This name is applied to the hollow or pass between "Beinn Meadhon" & "Beinn a' Chùirn", at the head of Glen Derry, leading to Glen Avon from Braemar. Name signifies "Calf's Hollow or Pass"
DERRY BURN Derry Burn
Derry Burn
Derry Burn
Derrie Water
Mr. J. Morgan
Mr. A. McIntosh
Mr. Alexander McDonald.
Black's Large Map.
077 A tributary of the Lui, which issues from "Loch Etchachan" and flows through "Eoin Etchachan" and "Glen Derry", till it empties itself into the Lui near the "Derry Lodge". Name Anglicized through usage"
MOINE BHEALAIDH Moine Bhealaidh
Moine Bhealaidh
Moine Bhealaidh
Mr. J. Morgan
Mr. A. McIntosh
Mr. Alexander McDonald
077 ; 088 ; 097 ; 098 An extensive peat moss, situated on the summit of a large hill between the head of "Allt an Dhubh Ghlinne" and "Learg an Laoigh". On the property of the Earl of Fife. Name signifies "Moss of the Broom".

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Aberdeenshire -- Phs [Parishes] of Crathie and Braemar

[Note relating to 'Derry Burn'] - of old Derrirai cf. [compare] Allt Darrarie Glenmuick

[Note relating to 'Moine Bhealaidh'] - To be corrected on Plan. [Initialled]
Letter a erased. [Initialled]
e or a to be elided

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