List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KIRK HILL Kirkhill
Kirk hill
Estate Plan 1823
Revd [Reverend] John Watt. The Manse.
Mr George Ironside. Bellabeg
Mr A. G. Anderson Schoolmaster
060 A conspicuous eminence known by this name. from being near to and overlooking the Church. and was so called before it was planted with trees
GLACAG Glackhat
Estate Plan
Rev [Reverend] John Watt
Mr A.G. Anderson
060 This name applies to a slack or hollow between two hill tops, and was formerly well known by this name. but. since the place has been planted with trees, the name has fell into disuse, and now very seldom made use of and at present only known to some of the oldest inhabitants
TOM A' CHARRAIGH Tomacharra Hill
Tomacharra Hill
Tomacharra Hill
Tom A Charragh
Tom A Charragh
Revd [Reverend] John Watt
Mr A.G. Anderson
Mr George Ironside
Estate Plan
Dr [Doctor] Longmuir Aberdeen
Rev [Reverend] George McDonald Aberdeen Professor of (Gaelic)
060 A conspicuous eminence formerly well known by this name. previous to having been planted with trees but at present the name is seldom used. and consequently little known except to some of the old inhabitants

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Parish of Strathdon

[Note beside 'Glacag']
Glac A defile between mountains, A ravine in A mountain, A valley &c
Glacag. A little valley. (Gaelic)

[Note beside 'Tom-a'-Charraigh']

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