List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Crannach Hill
Crannach Hill
Revd [Reverend] R. Neil
Mr J Coutts
Mr D. McIntosh
080 A large hill situated between the burns of Tulloch & Culsten, and extending nearly 2 miles in length, & about 1 in breadth, very steep on the W. [West] side, and sloping gently toward the N. [North] & E. [East]. It is a great deal broader at the N. [North] end than at the S. [South] covered with Rocky Heathy pasture (Meaning obscure)
ALLT AN T-SLUGAIN Allt an t-Slugain
Allt an t-Slugain
Allt an t-Slugain
Revd [Reverend] R. Neil
Mr J. Coutts
Mr D McIntosh
080 A small mountain Stream rising in the high ground between Glenbardy burn & Tulloch burn and flowing Eastward about a mile until it falls into Tulloch burn. The name signifies the burn of the ? Gulf or Whirlpool.

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Parish of Glenmuick Tullich and Glengairn

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