List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks

Balloch Quarry
William Forbes, Rhinstock
Francis Birss, Waterside, Strathdon
William Beattie, Ledmacay
060 Applies to a large limestone quarry situated about one mile north east from Auchernach House, and on the western boundary of the parish of Glenbucket, the property of the Earl of Fife
Ladylea Hill
Ladylea Hill
Mr Wattie Milltown,
Mr James Chree Sunnybrae,
Mr John Davidson Belnaboth
060 A heathy hill of considerable eminence & extent situated about a mile N.E. [North East] from Auchernach House, the property of the Earl of Fife.

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Parish of Glenbucket

[Note beside 'Bealach Quarry']
In Glenbucket Parish
Bealach. A defile, a passage, the pass or
gorge of a mountain; a gap, a breach in a wall or fence

[Note beside 'Ladylea Hill']
Leathad Liath grey slope - y is euphonic vowel or half vowel forming no part of the name.
The popular spelling should stand. [Initialled] JMcD
The tradition is that on this hill Miss Cameron of Brux stood to witness the duel
between Mowat of Abergeldie & her lover, young Forbes who she afterwards married. [Initialled] JMcD

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'Hill of Rhinstock' Described on page 37

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