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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
POT KEELLO Pot Keello
Pot Keello
Pot Keello
Pot Keello
Pot Keello
Pot Killo
Mr. George Rae, Turner Kintore
Mr. Alexander Shepherd, Carpenter Kintore.
Mr. William Rait, Farmer Brae of Kintore.
William Davidson Esq. Kintore
Mr. Robert Gordon, Shoemaker, Fintray
Early History of Kintore. By Alexander Watt, Kintore
065 A pool in the River Don near Kinaldie, a celebrated fishing place. It forms the eastern boundary of the Kintore Burgh Fishings. Derivation of name unknown.
GA' POT Ga' Pot
Ga' Pot
Ga' Pot
The Daueis
Mr. George Rae
Mr. Alexander Shepherd
Mr. Robert Gordon
Plans of Kinellar Parish
065 A pool in the River Don about a quarter of a mile west of "Pot Keello" at a point where the boundary of Fintray Parish crosses the River. The name is supposed to be derived from "Gall" - a man's name - Ga' is the provincial abbreviation of this name. The current of the Don is rather Slow all through its course here.
THE DAUES POT The Daueis Plans of Kinellar Parish 065 A pool in the River Don about a quarter of a mile west of "Pot Keello" at a point where the boundary of Fintray Parish crosses the River. The name is supposed to be derived from "Gall" - a man's name - Ga' is the provincial abbreviation of this name. The current of the Don is rather Slow all through its course here.

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Parish of Fintray

[Note relating to 'The Daues Pot'] - "Daue - Listless, inactive".
Daw, Da - Sluggish etc. (Jamieson)
"Dowie". (Burns)
"Or mak our bardie, dowie, wear". (Poor Malie's Elegy.) Burns.

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