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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BOG OF CULSH Bog of Culsh
Bog of Culsh
Bog of Culsh
Mr. William Reid Wester Clova
Rev. [Reverend] John Christie Kirkhill
Mr. John Blackhall Culsh
051 Is the name of a Marsh at the upper edge of a plantation and about 3/4 of a mile N.N.W [North North West] of Culsh farm a stream issues from this Marsh called the Bog stream and joins the Culsh stream at the E [East] end of the How of Mar.
BOG BURN Bog Burn
Bog Burn
Bog Burn
Mr. William Reid Wester Clova
Rev: [Reverend] John Christie Kirkhill
Mr. John Blackhall Culsh
051 Is the name of a Stream which issues from Springs in the Bog of Culsh and enters Culsh burn at the E. [East] end of the How of Mar, or abt. [about] 1/2 m. [mile] N.E. [North East] of the issue
CAIRN OF MAULE'S HA' Cairn of Maules Ha'
Cairn of Maules Ha'
Cairn of Maules Ha'
Rev: [Reverend] John Christie Kirkhill
Mr. John Blackhall Culsh
Mr. William Reid Wester Clova
051 Is the name of some Conspicuous Rocks on the north Slope of the How of Mar, up on the west edge of a plantation and about 1/8 of a mile west of the junction of Bog Burn and Culsh Burn

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Parish of Kildrummy

[Note relating to 'Cairn of Maule's Ha''] - Maud. A gray stript plaid worn by shepherds in the south
of Scotland.
Mauly. The same with Maulifuff, "A female without energy." (Jamieson)
Maule. A family name. Common in Aberdeenshire.

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