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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TORNAHATNACH Tornahatnach
Tornahatnach
Tornahatnach
Valuation Roll
Mr. John Couch Occupier
Mr. A Leith The proprietor
061 Indicates the name of a Farm Consisting of a dwelling house and Garden and a good Farm Steading of out houses etc Situated on the West Side of the Kindie Burn and abt [about] 18. Chains W.N.W. [West North West] of Newtown Tor-na-haitin viz Hill of Juniper is said to be the English of the Name bushes of which are still to be seen in the district
BRONZE SPEARHEADS FOUND HERE A.D. 1853 [Tornahatnach] Spear heads found here (Bronze) A.D.1853
Spear heads found here
Spear heads found here
Mr. John Couch Occuper of Land
Mr. Peter McRobin Newtown
Mr. Alexander Dawson Balaclachair
061 Found by Mr Couch whilst improving the land, at a point a little N. [North] of a Stone Dyke and abt [about] 9½ Chains S.W. of the Farm House of Tornahatnach Thin abt. [about] 9 Inches in length, Bronzed, and in a pretty good preservation Mr. C. [Couch] having sent the relic to the Aberdeen Museum where it was said to have been of a Venician make The other one having been broken ere it was discovered.
CLASHENLOAN Clashenloan
Clashenloan
Clashenloan
Mr. John Couch Tornahatnach
Mr. Peter McRobin Newtown
Mr. Alexander Dawson Balnaclachair
061 a well known name of a hollow feature between Kindie Burn and Caitlet Hill plantation and about 30 Chains from Newtown, up the Glen. The property of Mr. Leith of Glenkindie House

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Parishes of Strathdon detached and Towie

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