List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FIFE ARMS HOTEL [Castleton of Braemar] Fife Arms Hotel
Fife Arms Hotel
Fife Arms Hotel
Sign Board on the Fife Arms Hotel.
Mr. Morgan, Inverey
Mr. McIntosh.
098 A large hotel in Auchindryne, two storeys high slated and in excellent condition. It has one storey office houses, all thatched and in very good condition. This hotel and the Invercauld Arms Hotel are the only ones in Castleton of Braemar.
CREAG CHOINNICH Creag a' Chionneach
Creag a' Chionneach
Creag a' Chionneach
Creag Choinnich
Mr. Morgan, Inverey.
Mr. McIntosh.
Mr. Brown.
New Deeside Guide
Legends of the Braes o' Mar (Title of a book)
098 "The hill on the south side of the road, opposite to Braemar Castle is called Craig-Koynoch; and was so called, because of King Kenneth, who, as is said, used here oft-times to sit and view his hounds in the chase - the views herefrom being extraordinarily grand." - New Deeside Guide, page 67.
"Creag Choinnich, or Kenneth's Craig, had its name from King Kenneth, who used it as a heading hill, and sometimes as a look-out to see how his royal hunts through the strath below were conducted." - Legends of the Braes o' Mar, page 5. It is now all covered with wood except a portion around its summit which is heathy pasture.

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Aberdeenshire, -- Ph [Parish] of Crathie and Braemar.

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