List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRAES OF FINTOCK Braes of Finlat
Braes of Finlat
The Finlat
The Finlat
Estate Plan. 1823.
Mr John McGregor. Tullyduke
Mr John Riach, Lochans.
Estate Plan 1766.
069 The name applies to a steep rough and rocky brae face on the South side of Mullachdhu Hill
HOWES OF GLENEILPY Hows of Gleneilpy
Hows of Gleneilpy
How of Gleneilpy
Estate Plan 1823
Mr John Riach
Mr John McGregor
Estate Plan 1766
069 A large how or hollow so called situated on the slope of the hill or brae face of Mullachdhu Hill and extends down to the Burn of Deskry
ROCKS OF GLENEILPY Rocks of Gleneilpy
Rocks of Gleneilpy
Rocks of Gleneilpy
Rocks of Glinelpy
Mr John Riach
Mr John McGregor
Mr William Forbes. Birkford
Estate Plan 1766
069 This name applies to a very steep ravine and brae side, thickly studded with boulder stones, cropping rocks &c protruding.

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Parish of Strathdon

[Note beside 'Braes of Fintock']
it is Fionn leathad
White slope
Finlat [Coire] known [as] [Initialled] JMcD
Fintock. The Cloudberry or Knoutberry. The Braes of the Cloudberry.

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