List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Tomnagaur Hill
Tomnagaur Hill
Estate plan of Glenbucket parish dated 1863
Mr Stewart. Factor, Fife Keith
Mr McNichol Glenbucket Lodge
060 A bold and prominent Hill covered with heather, North of the Croft of Westertown property of the Earl of Fife
MOSS OF DHUCHRIE Moss of Dhuchrie
Moss of Dhuchrie
Moss of Dhuchrie
Estate plan of Newe - property of Sir Charles Forbes Bt. [Baronet]
Mr Davidson, Factor, Union Terrace Aberdeen
Mr Michie, Coul of Newe
060 Applies to a peat moss situated near to the source of the Burn of Dhuchrie
Raongeodha Hill
Raongeodha Hill
Mr McNicol Glenbucket Lodge
Mr Michie, Coul of Newe
Mr Wattie Bellabeg
060 Is a continuation of the hill of Tombui, and applies to a portion of its Southern shoulder.

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Parish of Glenbucket & Strathdon

[Note beside 'Tomnagaur Hill']
In Glenbucket Parish

[Note beside 'Moss of Dhuchrie']
now spelt Deuchrie
Dubh choire, black corrie.
[Initialled] JMcD

[Note beside 'Raongeodha Hill']
Raon Geodhach?
? [Initialled] JMcD
Raon, A field or plain; A green; A road or way,
Geodha, A Creek or Cove formed by surrounding rocks. (Gaelic)
The field abounding in Geese

Transcriber's notes

TOMNAGAUR HILL, RAONGEODHA HILL: missing text due to fold of book is represented by [--] otherwise a suggestion is offered in squared brackets.

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