List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT NAN CABAR Aultnacabber Burn
Aultnacabber Burn
Aultnacabber Burn
Estate plan, dated 1863
Mr McNicol, Glenbucket Lodge
Mr Stewart. Factor, Fife-Keith
050 Is formed by the junction of Williehead's Burn, and Caucherly Rime Burn, and flowing in a southerly direction for a considerable distance meets the Burn of Croulie, when they form the junction of Coulins Burn.
Coulins Burn
Coulins Burn
Estate plan, dated 1863
Mr Stewart, Fife-Keith.
Mr McNicol, Glenbucket.
050 Is formed by the junction of Aultnacabber Burn and Burn of Croulie, and flowing easterly to the Glenbucket shooting Lodge changes its name to the Bucket Water.
Blacksnake Burn
Blacksnake Burn
Estate plan, dated 1863
Mr Stewart, Fife-Keith,
Mr McNicol Glenbucket
050 A small stream rising out of Little Gilchearn Hill, and flowing northerly for a short distance falls into the Burn of Croulie.

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Parish of Glenbucket

[Notes beside "Allt Nan Cabar"]
Allt. A mountain stream
Cabar. A deers horn, An Antler; a stake, a pole, a rafter, eminence, height. Cabar beinne, mountain top. (Gaelic)

[Note in the heading] - as Cabar is a masculine noun the name should be either Allt a' Chabair or Allt nan Cabar

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