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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WATER OF CARVIE Water of Carvie
Water of Carvie
Water of Carvie
Estate map of property AD 1766
Mr William Ross Littletolly
Mr A Cameron Bluefold
069 This Burn issues from under ground at the foot of the Slacks of Glen Carvie at a point situated abt [about] 26. Chains northward of where the boundary of the parishes of Strathdon and Glenmuicktulloch Crosses the Slacks of Glencarvie and runs in a northward Course and receives all the other streams of Glencarvie and enters the River Don at a distance of about 4. miles from the issue. On each side towards the Don are a few small farms scattered. The most of them seem in a very humble and ruinous condition - The property of Sir Charles Forbes of Castle Newe
CASTLE WILSON Castlewilson
Castlewilson
Castlewilson
Estate map of property AD 1766
Mr W. Ross Littletolly
Mr A. Cameron Bluefold
069 The name of a very Conspicuous huge rock projecting majestically from the S. [South] side of the face of the Slacks of Glencarvie and abt [about] 7. Ch [Chains] n [north] of where the Ph [Parish] Boundary Crosses the Said Slacks I could not ascertain how the rock recd [received] the name
SLACKS OF GLENCARVIE Slacks of Glencarvie
Slacks of Glencarvie
Slacks of Glencarvie
Estate map of property AD 1766
Mr W. Ross Littletolly
Mr A. Cameron Bluefold
069 indicates the name of a steep and narrow ravine, Consisting of lose boulders and projecting rocks and Cliffs, partially on either Side. Situated abt [about] 55. Ch [Chains] E.S.E. [East South East] of Aultabreber hill The South entrance is near the Summit of a high range leading from Aultabreber hill towds [towards] Morven hill over which runs the parish boundary. Near the South entrance may be seen at random large blocks of Stones Composed of a numerous and richly coloured Concretions Compacted together, over which are traces of the Geologist's hammer.

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