List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MUIR OF THE WOOD Muir of the Wood
Muir of the Wood
Muir of the Wood
Muir of the Wood
Muirs O' the Wood
Mr. Robert Suter, Bogmore
Mr. William Gauld. Harystone
Mr. John Law. Lumsden
Mr. Alexander Dow. Pitenteach
Rev. [Reverend] John Christie The Manse Kildrummy
051 A portion of heathy pasture rising between the Burn of Bogmore, and the Burn of Corchinnan, so called from formerly being a wood.
RIEVE OF SHIELS Rieve of Shiels
Rieve of Shiels
Rieve of Shiels
Reeve of Shiels
Mr. Robert Suter
Mr. William Gauld
Mr. John Law.
Mr. Alexander Dow.
Rev. [Reverend] John Christie
051 This name applies to old walls or Ruin of a sheepfold and hut &c. the name is well known in this district
WELL OF SHIELS Well of Shiels
Well of Shiels
Well of Shiels
Mr. Rober Suter
Mr. William Gauld.
Mr. Alexander Dow.
051 An excellent spring well, known by this name, from it proximity to the Rieve of Shiels

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