List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
North River Ugie
North River Ugie
A. Mackie, Miller of Rora
Thomas Craig, Woodside
A. Watt, Fortry
014 ; 022 The Northern branch of the River Ugie rises in the Den of Glasslaw, Parish of Aberdour and is known by the name of the Gonar as it passes New Pitsligo. It flows into the waters of Strichen, below which place it takes the name of the North Ugie & flowing in an easterly direction for a considerable distance; it unites with the South River Ugie about a mile east of Auchlee, & thus forms the junction of the River Ugie
MOSS OF AUCHLEE Moss of Auchlee
Moss of Auchlee
Moss of Auchlee
J. Milne. Knaps of Auchlee
A. Watt. Fortry
Thomas Craig Woodside of Auchlee
014 Applies to a small Moss; situated about 1 Mile North of the Village of Longside on the property of Col. [Colonel] Ferguson, Pitfour House.
A. Boyd, Factor.
A. Watt, Occupier
J. Forrest Cuttyhill
014 Applies to a substantial farmsteading with outhouses, garden etc. attached situated on the North side of the North River Ugie and about 2 1/2 Miles North West of Longside The property of Col. [Colonel] Ferguson, Pitfour House.

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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Longside

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