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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WATERLOO BRIDGE Waterloo Bridge
Waterloo Bridge
Waterloo Bridge
Mr. A Ronaldson Little Gight
Mr. R. Alexander Little Gight
Mr. John Duncan Chapelhaugh
029 a good stone bridge on the Ph. [Parish] Road across the Little Water, and about 6. Chains above the Conflux of the said water with the River Ythan was Erected some 25. years Since and received the name from a Small farm or Croft which stood near to it; upon the property of the Earl of Aberdeen.
BLACK STANK Black Stank
Black Stank
Black Stank
Mr. A. Rolandson Little Gight
Mr. R. Alexander Little Gight
Mr. John Duncan Chapelhaugh
029 a well known old name of a portion of the River Ythan. Extending for abt. [about] 150 yards above and below the Conflux of Little Water with the Said River Ythan. Proprietor The Earl of Aberdeen

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Parish of Methlick

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