List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Clashenteple Hill
Clashenteple Hill
Estate plan of Newe a.d. 1823. property of Sir C. Forbes. Bt [Baronet]
Mr McHardy, Coul of Newe
Mr Walker, Newe
060 Applies to a high and extensive eminence, situated about 1 mile north west from Glenbucket Church, - the bounding line running across the hill forms the march between Strathdon and Glenbucket parishes.
Meikle Cat Cairn
Meikle Cat Cairn
Mr McHardy, Coul of Newe,
Mr Michie, Coul of Newe,
Mr Walker, Newe,
060 This name applies to a large rocky feature, on the south west side of Clashenteple Hill. this Cairn is not an artificial one, as the name would lead me to suppose, nor is it an antiquity or battle cairn, as far as can be ascertained.

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Parish of Strathdon

[Note beside 'Clashenteple Hill']
Clais an t-Seapail
The Gaelic is all right, but the popular spelling sh [should] stand. [Initialled] JMcD

where is Clais an t-Seapail? i.e. the chapel hollow
Also where is the Seapail or Chapel? No-one knows,
but the church owned lands hereabout, which are described in
the Reg. Ep. Abdn. [Registrum Episcopatus Aberdeen]. Glenbucket was a chapel attached to
Logie Mar until erected into a parish in 1473.

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