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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MILLHUIE HILL Millhuie Hill
Millhuie Hill
Meikle Millhuie
Millhuie
Meilhuie
Mr. Alexander Forbes, Meikle Millhuie Croft
Mr. John Glennie, Leochrie
Authenticated list of names
Mr. Charles Dawson, Largue
Mr. William Cran, Schoolmaster
061 A conspicuous hill or eminence so called, but generally speaking it is simply called Millhuie the parish boundary passes over its summit, and it has a very bare, bleak, appearance & large in extent the base extends for a considerable distance on each sid [side] from its summit
MEIKLE MILLHUIE Meikle Millhuie
Meikle Millhuie
Meikle Millhuie
Rent Receipts
Mr. Alexander Forbes, Tenant
Mr. William Cran
061 An ordinary dwelling house or croft with outhouses, garden etc. attached so called from the adjacent Hill but sometimes called "Foremoss" as the ground adjoining was formerly a moss.
CRAIGIE STRIPE Craigie Stripe
Craigie Stripe
Craigie Stripe
Mr. Alexander Forbes
Mr. William Cran
Mr. Charles Dawson
061 A Small Stream so called running in a Northeast direction from its source till it joins the Kindy Burn.

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Parish of Towie Detd. [Detached] & Strathdon Detd. [Detached]

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