List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DEN OF KILDRUMMY Den of Kildrummy
Den of Kildrummy
Den of Kildrummy
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie. The Manse
Mr. John Blackhall. Culsh
Mr. Alexander Ritchie. Greenstyle
051 Some three or four hundred yards South from the Castle, runs a long narrow woody dingle, known as the "Den of Kildrummy" through which the turnpike road to Strathdon winds for some distance. From the brink of this hollow the ground rises with a moderate ascent to the ruins of Kildrummy Castle whose northern walls are built on the verge of, and immediately overlook, a ravine similar to the one just mentioned called the Back Den. and to which its course is nearly parallel. This den or ravine, has a Small stream running through the middle of it, and Commences near a place called "The Ship" and from thence in N.E. [North East] direction for the distance of about 80 chains or half a mile east by southeast from Kildrummy Castle

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