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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KNOCKINLOCHIE Knockinlochie
Knockinlochie
Knockinlochie
Knockinlochie
Mr Niel McDonald
Mr Stephen Walker
D. M. McKie Esq.
Revd. [Reverend] J. Gibson
063 [Situation] In the Northeast corner of plan.
A small mossy hill with a Trigl.[Trigonometrical.] station on its [summit] property of Sir James Ferguson. It signifies "The hill in the loch", but the signification is not descriptive. A loch, now dry, was formerly situated on the summit of the hill - Lochinknockie would be descriptive. The former, however, is the only name given to it. -

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