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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AISIRBHÀRR STRIPE Aisslerbar Strype
Aisslerbar Strype
Aisslerbar Strype
Estate map of Property AD 1766
Mr William Ross Littletolly
Mr Alexander Cameron Bluefold
069 a Small Stream issues from Springs and runs in a N.W. [North West] direction for about 20. Chains and enters the Water of Carvie at a point where the Culdu Burn also enters Strype in Jamieson's Signifies a Small Stream etc. etc.
GLEN MORE Glenmore
Glenmore
Glenmore
Mr Alexander Stewart Lynmore
Mr James Dowie Ettenbreck
Mr Alexander McRoberts Fleuchart
069 The Top of this Glen extends to the Parish Boundary a little W. [West] of Aultnabreber Hill and leads northward till it meets Glenbeg at Lynmore Farm at the upper part of Glen Conrie The property Col: [Colonel] Forbes.

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Parish of Strathdon

[Note beside 'Aisirbhàrr Stripe']
Aisir Aisre, and Aisridh A defile a path a passage a hill
Bhàrr asperated form of Bàrr A top, Summit, uppermost part of anything, etc
Very doubtful probably Scotch [Initialled] JMcD
Aisir. A passage, pass, path, defile
Bharr. From. from off "Bhàrr na talmhairm", from off the earth. (Gaelic)

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