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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LEECHES BURN Leeches Burn
Leeches Burn
Leeches Burn
William Clubb, Redhouse
Andrew Peters, New Pitsligo
Alexander Mackay Greenspeck
012 ; 013 A small stream running along and forming southern march of Croft of the same name. Being applicable from Public road (12.4. track 6) eastward to drain at junction of Strichen Parish.
It forms part of the Parish boundary, and bears no name after entering Strichen.

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13.1 Aberdeenshire Parish of Tyrie

Note: Page signed by Bruce Melville Capt. R.E [Captain Royal Engineers] Octr. [October] 31st 1870

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