List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Càrn Glasail
Càrn Glasail
Càrn na Claishe
Mr. J. Morgan Little Inverey, Braemar
Mr. A. McIntosh Invercandlick, Braemar
Mr. Angus McIntosh Glen Cluny, Braemar
Black's Large Map
111 A prominent mountain situated between the shires of Forfar and Aberdeen. This name being common to both counties would be written on the Forfar sheet. It is of secondary height & magnitude. Name signifies, "Greyish Cairn".
CÀRN NA CLAISE [1895] Mr. James Macdonald, The Fm. [Farm], Huntly, N.B. [North Britain] 111 For 1" purposes only. See Remark in Index. 1895.
GARBH-CHOIRE Garbh-choire
Mr. J. Morgan
Mr. A. McIntosh
Mr. Angus McIntosh
106 ; 111 A remarkably stoney hollow situated a short distance west of Càrn Ghlasaile on the County Boundary between the shires of Forfar & Aberdeen. Name Signifies "Rough Hollow."

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[Note relating to 'Cairn na Glasha'] - For this correction see Name
Book of Forfarshire
Shd. [Should] think Claise much more likely
Have no idea what Glasha means [Initialled] JMcD
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Crombie in "Braemar; its Topography &c" has Cairn a claishe

[Note relating to 'Garbh-choire'] - Accent was not shown on Plan

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