List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRIDGE OF DEE Bridge of Dee
Bridge of Dee
Bridge of Dee
Mr. Morgan, Inverey
Mr. Morgan, Castleton of Braemar
Mr. McIntosh
098 This is an old military bridge which crosses the River Dee about three miles east from Castleton of Braemar. It is entirely built of stones, is very high in the middle and in very good condition
Invercauld Bridge
Invercauld Bridge
Mr. Morgan, Inverey.
Mr. Morgan Castleton of Braemar
Mr. McIntosh.
098 A very handsome bridge which spans the River Dee about three miles lower down than Castleton of Braemar. It is all built of granite and is in excellent condition. The road which crosses it is a turnpike road.
BALLOCHBUIE FOREST Ballochbuie Forest Mr. Morgan, Castleton of Braemar
Black's Map
Mr. Lamont
The People's Journal, Decr. [December] 9th 1865.
098 ; 099 This name is applied to a large fir wood situated on the south side of the River Dee and between Creag Clunie on the west and the boundary of Balmoral estate on the east. Ballochbuie is derived from Gaelic words signifying Yellow Pass

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

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