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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MACHARSHAUGH Macharshaugh
Macharshaugh
Machar's Haugh
Makershaugh
Mr. Peter Sutherland, Tenant
Mr. John Murdoch. Invermossat
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie The Manse
Valuation Roll. 1859-60.
051 A good farm house, with offices. yard, garden &c. attached So Called and is the property of The Honble. [Honourable] The Master of Forbes.
MACHAR'S HAUGH Machar's Haugh
Machar's Haugh
Machar's Haugh
Mr. Peter Sutherland
Mr. John Murdoch
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie
051 A portion of flat arable land. Situated along the River Don. The name is derived from a Chapel which formerly stood hereabouts dedicated to St. Macarius,
MACHAR'S HOW Machar's Howe.
Machar's Howe.
Machar's Howe.
Machar's How.
Mr. Peter Sutherland
Mr. John Murdoch.
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie
Mr. James Reid. Templeton
051 A deep howe or ravine known by this name. Sometimes called the Den. Howe is the mode of spelling generally adopted and for which the most and best authorities can be obtained.

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Parish of Kildrummy

[Note relating to 'Machar's How']
How - a hollow - Jamieson

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