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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH OF SKENE Loch of Skene
Loch of Skene
Loch of Skene
Loch of Skene
Loch of Skene
Loch of Skene
Mr W.L Henry Mill Croft of Findracy
Mr James Williamson, Line of Skene
Mr David Steele, Ground Officer Skene
Estate Map of Echt 1844
New Statistical Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
073 ; 074 A large fresh water Loch on the Boundary between Echt and Skene parishes the joint property of the Earl of Fife and Lord Lindsay, in shape it is nearly round with low banks partly arable partly peat and partly wooded, it is supplied by several Small Streams and is the natural reservoir which Supplies a corn mill and Garlogie Wool Mill with water power
LEUCHAR BURN Leuchar Burn
Leuchar Burn
Leuchar Burn
Mr. John Abel Garlogie
Mr W.L. Henry
Estate Map of Echt 1844
073 A Stream issuing from the Loch of Skene and flowing in a southerly direction into the River Dee after leaving the Loch its natural course is turned to work a Woolen and Corn Mill, it retains this name as long as it forms the boundary between the parishes of Echt & Skene it is then called Culter Burn.

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County of Aberdeen -- Parish of Echt

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