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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FROSTY HILL Frosty Hill
Frosty Hill
Frosty Hill
Mr. John Gordon Upper Towie
Mr. Gregor McGregor Gamekeeper Fernrea
Mr. Alexander Cameron Woodside
070 A conspicuous hill or eminence well known by this name - from its Peculiar appearance of surface.
ALLT-NA-TUILICH Alltnatulloch Burn
Alltnatulloch Burn
Altnatulloch
Alltnatulloch
Mr. John Gordon
Mr. G. McGregor
Mr. Alexander Cameron
Mr. Charles Morrison Culfork
070 A stream known by this name rising in the hill side and flowing in a west direction till it joins the Soccoch Burn
SOCACH BURN Sococh Burn
Sococh Burn
Sococh Burn
Mr. John Gordon
Mr. Alexander Cameron
Mr. Charles Morrison
061 A Considerable stream so called formed by the uniting of Little, and Meikle, Sococh Burns, and from thence flows in North by Northwest direction till its Confluence with the Towie Burn.

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Parish of Towie

Note: [Note] I should say Allt na Tulach, burn of the Knolls, though these do not appear on the map. This seems to be the only possible meaning JMcD

Note: Allt. - A mountain stream Tuilich. - overflow, deluge (Gaelic) (y. n. & a.)

Note: Socach. - A certain extent of Arable land. A point of land jutting out between two rivers - (Gaelic)

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