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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DEN OF MURRELL Den of Murrell
Den of Murrell
Den of Murrell
Mr Alexander Tough, Clayford
Mr James Cruickshank, Backpark
Mr John Tough, Auchleven
044 A small ravine, through which the boundray passes between the parishes of Premnay and Insch. Part of it is on the farm of Murrell in Insch parish.
WHIN KNOW Whin Knowe
Whin Knowe
Whin Knowe
Mr Alexander Isaac, Bankend
Mr Alexander Cooper, Broomend
Mr William Sharp, Sunnyside
044 A small Knoll, partly cultivated, situated on the right of the road from Auchleven to Insch, and about a quarter of a mile north of Broomend farmsteading.
THE KNAPPIE The Knapie
The Knapie
Mr William Sharp
Mr Alexander Cooper
044 A very small Knoll situated about mid-way between Broomend farmsteading and Whin Knowe.

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Parish of Premnay

[Note beside 'The Knappie']
Knap. A knob: a protuberance
Knap. Some sort of wooden vessel.
Knap. A slight stroke. (Jamieson)

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