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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COIRE ALLT A' CHLAIR Coire Allt a' Chlair
Coire Allt a' Chlair
Coire Allt a' Chlair
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Stewart
098 A large hollow, situated on the western side of Mhor Sròn, from which Allt a' Chlair has its source. It means Hollow of the Burn of the Stane.
COIRE NAM FREUMH Coire nan Freumh
Coire nan Freumh
Coire nan Freumh
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Stewart
098 A large hollow, lying between Carn na Drochaide & Mhor Sròn, out of which Corriemulzie Burn runs. It Signifies Hollow of the Roots.
COLDRACH BURN Coldrach Burn
Coldrach Burn
Coldrach Burn
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Robert Stewart, Ballintuim, Braemar,
098 A small stream having its source on the south side of Mhor Sròn. It flows easterly and joins the Clunie Water at Coldrach.

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

[Note relating to 'Coire Allt a' Chlair'] - ? Accent [above a in Chlair] to be entered on Plan [Initialled]
Please erase accent. Plan now at Southampton [Initialled] 21/1/67 [1867]
Erased from Plan [Initialled]

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