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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLE HILLS Castle Hills (Stone Cist found here)
Castle Hills
Castle Hills
Mr. Fowlie Upper Boyndlie

Mr. G. Mitchell Flobbans
Mr. John Gray Milltown
002.13 Two remarkable and prominent Knolls of a conical shape, cultivated, and situated on the farm of Upper Boyndlie, and derives this name from their pointed and castellated appearance. On the East one a Stone cist containing human remains was discovered.
STONE CIST FOUND [Castle Hills] Stone Cist Found (Castle Hills) Mr Fowlie Upper Boyndlie Mr G. Mitchell Flobbans
Mr John Gray Milltown
002 Two remarkable and prominent Knolls of a conical shape, cultivated, and situated on the farm of Upper Boyndlie, and derives this name from their pointed and castellated appearance. On the East one a Stone cist containing human remains was discovered.
CAIRNYCROCH Cairnycroch (Flint Arrow heads found)
Cairnycroch
Cairnycroch
Mr Fowlie

Mr. G. Mitchell
Mr. John Gray
002 A conspicuous and uncultivated eminence of considerable height and prominence overlooking the farm of 'Flobbans', on its summit is situated a large mound of earth and stones known as Cairnycroch. In removing portion of it for building purposes, hundreds of flint arrow heads lying in a heap were discovered.
FLINT ARROWHEADS FOUND [Cairnycroch] Flint Arrowheads found (Cairnycroch) Mr Fowlie
Mr. G. Mitchell
Mr. John Gray
002 A conspicuous and uncultivated eminence of considerable height and prominence overlooking the farm of 'Flobbans', on its summit is situated a large mound of earth and stones known as Cairnycroch. In removing portion of it for building purposes, hundreds of flint arrow heads lying in a heap were discovered.
DEN OF BOYNDLIE Den of Boyndlie
Den of Boyndlie
Mr. Fowlie
Old Statistical Account
002 Applicable to a narrow & wooded valley or den extending from dam a little South of Upper Boyndlie, Eastward to bridge on County road 2.14 trace 5.
MURNAN WELL Murnan Well
Murnan Well
Murnan Well
Mourning Well
Cairnmourning (farm of)
New Statistical Account.
Mr. Fowlie Upper Boyndlie
Mr. John Gray, Milltown
Old Statistical Account
Tombstones, Tyrie Churchyard.
002 A strong spring of pure water, situated near head of the above den. [Den of Boyndlie]
"In a natural amphitheatre, Scooped out it may be, by some convulsion of the elements, there bubbles forth a most copious stream denominated the Mourning or Murnan Well" New Statistical Account
Note: "Murnan" is the provincial mode of pronouncing Mourning

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Parish of Tyrie 2.13 Aberdeenshire

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