List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Minagowen Hill
Minagowen Hill
Estate map of property AD 1766
Mr W. Ross Littletolly
Mr A. Cameron Bluefold
069 name of a conspicuous high hill situated abt [about] 28. chains N. [North] of Aultnabreber hill from the latter it forms a promontory northward separating the upper portion of Glencarvie from the upper part of Glen Conrie known by Glenmore. The name Minagowen Signifying "The Smith's Moor" or the "Smith's peatmoss" etc. The property of Sir Charles Forbes
BURN OF GLENMORE Burn of Glenmore
Burn of Glenmore
Burn of Glenmore
Mr Alexander Stewart Lynmore of Glenconrie
Mr James Dowie Ettenbreck
Mr Alexander McRobert Fleuchats
069 Issues from mossy springs near the top of the Glen and about 30. N.W. [North West] of Aultnabreber Hill also about 35. N.E. [North East] of Cairnagour hill, and leads northward and receives other streams by the way - and enters Glenbog Burn at Lynmore Farm, being a distance of nearly 2. miles from the Source both burns changing their names at their junction from which to the Don is called Conrie Water at the said junction also It is said, Glenconrie changes the name upwards to that of Glenmore and Glenbeg.
Mr Alexander Stewart Lynmore
Mr James Dowie Ettenbreck
Mr Alexander McRobert Fleuchats
069 a well known name of a conspicuous Slopping feature, situated a little W. [West] of Glenmore Burn and abt [about] 35. chains N.N.W. [North North West] of the issue of Said burn

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Parish of Strathdon

[Note beside 'Moine a' Ghobhainn']
Gobhenn is a masculine noun not feminine as here made
Should be h. Gobhan A blacksmith not Gobban

Cnoc Moinne a' Ghabhainn
There is no art [article] shown in name & the g is hard [Initialled] JMcD
Moine. Moss
Gobhann. A Blacksmith (Gaelic)

[Note beside 'Bogbuie']
should be written as Gaelic

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