List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
The Clash
The Clash
Mr Donald McNicol, Gamekeeper
Mr William Clark. Gamekeeper
Mr James Beattie. Nethertown
050 This name applies to a hollow or comparatively flat portion of ground, at the base of a very steep hill. there was formerly a house here, which took this name from its situation, the name is now applied to the flat or hollow, as originally
ALLT NA GREINE Burn of Altnagreen
Burn of Altnagreen
Burn of Altnagreen
Mr Donald McNicol
Mr William Clark
Mr James Beattie
050 ; 060 A small stream known by this name, flowing in Northeast direction from its source among the hills till its confluence with the Water of Bucket

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Parish of Glenbucket

[Note beside ["The Clash"]
Clash. Claisch. A cavity of considerable extent in the acclivity of a hill.

[Note beside "Allt na Greine"]
Allt A mountain stream.
Greine, gen. [genitive] of grain. (Gaelic)

[Note beside "Coulack Hill" entry] See Page 41

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[Note beside "Coulack Hill" entry] See Page 41

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