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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURN OF BUCK Burn of Buck
Burn of Buck
Burn of Buck
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Ronald, Cabrach,
Mr. Mitchell, Whitehillock
Mr. Gordon, Silverford
051 A stream rising in the South east corner of the Buck, & flowing in a north easterly direction, it divides the parishes of Kildrummy & Auchindoir to the bridge of Silverford, where it enters Auchindoir & takes the name of the Burn of Craig.
CRAIGENSCORE HILL Craigenscore Hill
Craigenscore Hill
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Ronald, Cabrach
Mr. Gordon, Silverford
Mr. Mitchell, Whitehillock
051 A rocky hill, situated a few chains east of the Burn of Buck.

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Parish of Kildrummy

[Note relating to 'Craigenscore Hill'] - Sgorr, pron: [pronounced] Skorr, a peak or cliff.
Sgorrabheinn, p. [pronounced] Skorr-a-vhaenn, a cliff,
cliffy, conical mountain
McAlpine's Gaelic dictionary.

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