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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAIRN HILL Cairn Hill
Cairn Hill
Cairn Hill
Mr Niel McDonald
Mr D. McKie
Mr Stephen Walker
063 [Situation] Occupies Centre of plan. -
An extensive hill, affording for the most part, rough pasture, one of a Conspicuous Range in the Ph. [Parish] of Barr running nearly E. [East] & W. [West] It derives its name from the Circumstance of its having on its summit a large cairn property of Sir James Ferguson Bart. [Baronet]
PINBRECK HILL Pinbreck Hill
Pinbreck Hill
Pinbreck Hill
Mr Niel McDonald
Mr D. McKie
Mr Stephen Walker
063 [Situation] In the S.E. [South East] corner of plan S. [South] of Changue.
A round, bold hill, almost destitute of heath, producing good rough pasture almost to the Summit _ property of Sir James Ferguson Bart. [Baronet]

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Sheet 63 plan 1--Trace 1-2-4-5-6 -- Ph. [Parish] of Barr

[The word 'Cairn' in a different font is included in the column 'Orthography' with no further entries.]

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