List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
The Saugh Tree
The Saugh Tree
"Pratts Buchan"
Mr. R. Porter Stuartfield
Mr. George Gardener Saplingbrae
021 [Continued from page 71]
"Then up she rose, and forth she goes,
And, in that hour o' tein,
She wander'd to the dowie glen,
And never mair was seen." Pratts Buchan p.p. [pages] 146. 147.
Wuddy Hill
Pratts Buchan
Mr. R. Porter Stuartfield
021 "I am inclined to think that Old Deer has Some claim to the title of a Burgh of Barony; but I have been unsuccessful in ascertaining whether this is the case or not. If so I fancy it would be a matter of Some difficulty to decide who were the superiors - the Abbots of the Monastery, or the Marischal family, to whom the Barony of Aden, or, as it was called Alneden, finally belonged. At all events, from a somewhat remote period down to within a few years, Old Deer could boast of having had a Bailie to rule over it; and the wuddy-hill still stands at a short distance from the village, although the wuddy (Gallows) itself has been long since shuffled aside,
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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Old Deer

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