List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURN OF FORVIE Burn of Forvie
Burn of Forvie
Burn of Forvie
Pratt's, Buchan 1858
Estate Plan 1784-& 1792
Mr George Clark. Girnel (Ground officer)
039 "About a mile above the ferry the Burn of Forvie falls into the river This brook or burn takes its rise about Six miles up the country, on the northern side of the hill of Dudwick, and is augmented by springs among the hills of Auchleuchries, Below. Pitlurg. the burn flows through Several large and well cultivated farms, among these are Nether Leask and Artrochie to the left and right respectively of the Stream. The burn after turning the Mill of Leask, is shortly joined by the Burn of Collieston, which runs from the Meikle Loch of Slains, and in its Course turns the Mill of Collieston The Burn of Forvie is crossed by a bridge near it confluence with the River Ythan" vide Pratt's Buchan Page 229 & 232
MILTON OF BROGAN Milton of Brogan
Milton of Brogan
Milton of Brogan
Millton of Brogan
Mr Ronald Macdonald, Cluny Castle
Rental Books, Leases, & Estate Plans
Mr David Anderson. Tenant
Valuation Roll. 1859-60
039 An ordinary farm house. with offices, garden &c attached, Known by this name. the property of Captain Gordon Cluny Castle.

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