List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM NA H-EIRIGH Tominire Hillock
Tominire Hillock
Tominire Hillock
Mr A G. Anderson. Schoolmaster
Mr Harry Dunbar. Brughs
Mr George Ironside. Bellabeg
060 This name applies to a Small Eminence known by this name.
Girnel Pot
Girnel Pot
Mr Harry Dunbar
Mr George Ironside
Mr John Die Woodside
Mr A.G. Anderson.
060 This name applies to a pot or pool in the River Don.
Kiln Pot
Kiln Pot
Mr George Ironside
Mr A. G. Anderson
060 This name applies to a pot or pool in the River Don, and is so called from being very deep and having some resemblance to a Lime Kiln About 15 years ago, a young man, Son of Dr [Doctor] Dyce, Aberdeen was drowned here.

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Parish of Strathdon

[Note beside 'Tom na h Eirigh']
?Toman iarach West Knoll
west of Tom a charraigh
[Initialled] JMcD
Tom. A round hillock or knoll, A rising ground, As

[Note beside 'Girnall Pot']
Girnall, Girnell, Grainel, Garnell. A granary. Girnal-ryoh the robber of a granary, a large chest for holding meal. To Girnal - to store up in granaries. (Jamieson)

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