List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Cairngorm Mountains
Cairngorm Mountains
Cairngorm Mountains
Cairngorm Mountains
Mr. Alexander McDonald, Glenlui
Mr. John Grant, Meikle Inverey
Mr. John Morgan, Little Inverey
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Deeside Guide Book
076 ; 077 ; 087 ; 088 This name applies to a Group of Mountains considered the highest and wildest in Britain. Their topographical situation, shewn on the traces, is correct according to the best authorities residing in this locality; but, great diversity of opinion exist regarding the extent of this range of Mountains. According to the boundary on the traces it extends from Beinn Meadhon down the west side of Glen Derry, thence along the north side of Glenlui till it joins the boundary of Glen Dee, and from thence to the pass called Lairig Ghruamach into Inverness-shire. This range includes Ben Macdhui, Cairn Gorm, Little Cairn Gorm, Ben Ann and Ben Meadhon.
Loch Etchachan
Loch Etchachan
Mr. Alexander McDonald
Mr. John Grant
Mr. John Morgan
076 ; 077 A large Loch situated in a hollow on the north side of Ben Macdhui, out of which flows the Derrie Burn. Meaning of the name is unknown

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