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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AN SLOCHD An t-Slochd
An t-Slochd
An t-Slochd
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Stewart
098 This name is applied to a gully or den lying at the head of Glen Beg and down which Glenbeg Burn flows. It means The Pit or Den.
GLEN BEG Glen Beg
Glen Beg
Glen Beg
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Stewart
098 A small narrow glen, through which Glenbeg Burn flows. It lies southwesterly from the southwestern extremity of Ballochbuie Forest.
MEALL AN T-SLUICHD Meall an t-Sluichd
Meall an t-Sluichd
Meall an t-Sluichd
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Stewart
098 A craggy hill, lying a short distance eastward of Loch Phadruig. Its meaning is Hill of the Pit or Den.

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

[Note relating to 'An Slochd'] - Should not have a t.
The letter t to be erased from Plan [Initialled]
Please erase from plan which is now at Southampton [Initialled] 21/1/67 [1867]
Plan Corrected [Initialled]

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