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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MEACKIE POINT Meackie Point
Meackie Point
Meackie Point
Mr. David Taylor, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. James Paterson, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. Alexander Barclay, Schoolhouse Tillymaud.
032 This name is given to a small headland, situated at the north of the parish & near the Cloven Stone.
BRIGS 0' MEACKIE Brigs O' Meackie
Brigs O' Meackie
Brigs O' Meackie
Mr. David Taylor, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. James Paterson, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. Alexander Barclay, Schoolhouse Tillymaud.
032 A large piece of rock running out from the cliff, situated near Meackie Point.
LITTLE GILLIES Little Gillies
Little Gillies
Little Gillies
Mr. David Taylor, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. James Paterson, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. Alexander Barclay, Schoolhouse Tillymaud.
032 A small gutter situated close to the haven called Muckle Gillies.
SALMON HOUSE Salmon House
Salmon House
Salmon House
Mr. David Taylor, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. James Paterson, Fisherman, Bullers.
Mr. Alexander Barclay, Schoolhouse Tillymaud.
032 A small house occupied by the fishermen of Cruden as a place for keeping Salmon

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