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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STONE OF GUY Stone of Guy
Stone of Guy
Stone of Guy
Mr. John Cormack, Whinnyfold
Mr. Andrew Hay, Whinnyfold
Mr. James Hay, Whinnyfold
040 This name is applied to a small half tide rock, and forms one of the famous group known as the Scaurs of Cruden.
THE GUYS The Guys'
The Guys'
The Guys'
Mr. John Cormack, Whinnyfold
Mr. Andrew Hay, Whinnyfold
Mr. James Hay, Whinnyfold
040 Three broken flattish rocks situated at the south end of the Scaurs of Cruden, and near the Sharper.
THE SHARPER The Sharper
The Sharper
The Sharper
Mr. John Cormack, Whinnyfold
Mr. Andrew Hay, Whinnyfold
Mr. James Hay, Whinnyfold
040 This name is applied to a very small half tide rock, which the fisher Say is a very dangerous one, especially to people not acquainted with the coast.

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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Cruden

[Note relating to 'The Guys'] - Guy In nautical matters, a rope attached to anything to steady it and bear it one way and another, in hoisting or lowering; a caricature. (Nuttal)

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