List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEINN-NA-CICHE Bein-na-chie
Donean Tourist
Revd [Reverend] Mr Fraser, Minister. Oyne
Johnstone's County Map
Statistical Account.
Plan of Division of the Commonty of Benachie, dated 1858
Buchan, by Revd [Reverend] J.B. Pratt dated 1858
Map of the Estate of Westhall, dated 1850
053 A very prominent mountain range situated between the river Don on the south and the Gaudie on the north, and stretching from the Brindy near Auchleven on the west to the house of Pitoddrie on the east. The name signifies the hill of tops or paps, the principal of which are the Mither Tap, Craigshannoch, Ousen Craig, Watch Craig, and Hermit seat. the two latter are in this parish, or partly so. Beinnachie belongs to various proprietors, but was at one time a commonty.
Watch Craig
Watch Craig
Mr William Tait, Tillymuick
Francis Anderson, Auchleven
Revd [Reverend] John Wilson, Premnay
053 A prominent rocky feature on Bennachie between Ousen Craig and Hermit Seat. The parishes of Keig, Oyne and Premnay meet on the summit of this craig.

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Parish of Premnay

[Note beside 'Beinn-na-ciche']
Condemned by all Gaelic scholars [Initialled] JMcD

For further information, derivation &c. See name Sheets of Keig Ph. [Parish]. [Initialled] E.H.C.

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