List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEN AVON Beinn Avon
Beinn Avon
Beinn Avon
Beinn Avon
Ben Avon
William Brown Esq, Factor, Alltdowrie Cottage, Braemar
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Campbell Balgairn, Ballater
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Smith Ballater
Mr. Charles Coutts Lochbuilg Cottage, Gairnside,
Black's Large Map
Donside Guide
Kieth's Aberdeenshire
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Donean Tourist
078 A mountain of the first Class, in height, extent, and magnitude situated at the head of the River Gairn, between the shires of Banff and Aberdeen. It extends from the two rocky hollows on the eastern face of Beinn a' Bhuìrd on the west to Lochbuilg cottage on the east, and is bounded on the south by the River Gairn. It is very steep & rugged, & has a gloomy appearance on all its sides, and consequently is a favourite resort of the Red deer. The Aberdeen Portion of it belongs to Colonel Farquharson of Invercauld. Name partly Anglicized. It generally is pronounced "Ben Avon"
CNAP A' CHLEREICH Cnàp a' Chleirich
Cnàp a' Chleirich
Cnàp a' Chleirich
William Brown Esq. Factor
Mr. Angus McIntosh
Mr. Charles Coutts
078 A portion of Beinn Avon, which forms a prominent feature at the head of Quoich water; On the Invercauld estate. Name signifies "The Clerk's Knob or Lump."

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