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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM A' CHUIR Tom a Chùir
Tom a Chùir
Tom a Chùir
Mr. Charles Coutts
Mr. Angus McIntosh
Mr. Charles Edmonston
078 A prominent hill on the south side of the Gairn, covered with heather; on the property of Colonel Farquharson. Name signifies "Hillock of the Twist or Bend".
COIRE AN T-SAGAIRT Coire an t-Sagairt
Coire an t-Sagairt
Coire an t-Sagairt
Mr. Charles Coutts
Mr. Angus McIntosh
Mr. Charles Edmonston
078 A small hollow on the south side of the Gairn below little Culardoch. Name signifies "The Priest's Hollow."
ALLT COIRE AN T-SAGAIRT Allt Coire an t-Sagairt
Allt Coire an t-Sagairt
Allt Coire an t-Sagairt
Mr. Charles Coutts
Mr. Angus McIntosh
Mr. Charles Edmonston
078 A small stream which rises on Little Culardoch & flows thro: [through] Coire an t-Sagairt into the Gairn. Name signifies "Burn of the Priest's Hollow".

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

[Note relating to 'Tom a' Chuir'] - accent out [above the u]
To be erased from Plan.
Taken out [Initialled]
It is not pronounced with the grave accent
writing so, is liable to mislead.

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