List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Creag Liath
Creag Liath
Maul Craiglie
Maul n Craig Leithe
Creag Liath
Revd. [Reverend] D. Campbell
Mr. J. Grant
Mr. Duncan
Balmoral Map
Balmoral Map appendix
Mr. Grant Head Keeper
099 A large rounded Knoll covered with stones & Rough pasture, and presents a steep sloping face on all sides it is one of a range that runs for a good way from the N. [North] shoulder of Lochnagar. The name means Grey Craig.
MEALL COIRE NA SAOBHAIDHE Meall Coire na Saobhaidhe
Meall Coire na Saobhaidhe
Meall Coire na Saobhaidhe
Maul Cornasaughie
Maol Coire na Saobhaidhe
Revd. [Reverend] D Campbell
Mr. J Grant
Mr. C Duncan
Balmoral Map
Balmoral Map appendix
099 A small hill immediately on the N. [North] shoulder of Lochnagar, of an oblong shape and is pretty steep on the East and West sides and is one of the range with Creag Liath and Stob Liath. The name means Hill of the hollow of the Fox den.
Lag Geal
Lag Geal
Mr. Duncan. Keeper
Mr. Stewart Keeper
Mr. P Farquharson. Keeper
099 A small hollow, having many white stones in and about it. It is situated on the North East side of Meall Gorm, South East of Creag a Ghaill. [Initialled]

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[Note relating to 'Creag Liath'] - Name correct. [Initialled]

[Note relating to 'Meall Coire na Saobhaidhe'] - Name correct. [Initialled]

[Note relating to 'Lag Geal'] - Cancelled.
Unimportant [Initialled] C.W.W. Capt.R.E. [Captain Royal Engineers]

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