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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KIRK DEN Kirk Den
Kirk Den
Kirk Den
James Burnet
William Watson
Mr Fordyce Merchant
006.09 A deep ravine extending from the junction of the Den of Findon & Afforsk to the sea, it is traversed by a rivulet Known as the Kirk Burn.
THE RINN The Rinn


Rinn of Afforsk
James Burnet
William Watson
Mr Fordyce Merchant
New Statistical Account
006.09 The point of land separating the Den of Findon & Den of AfforsK at their junction in form of a wedge
"The best view of the den is from a ledge or table of rock about half way down the point of the Rinn of AfforsK, a Steep Acclivity in the form of a wedge which separates the ravine into two, and where the two burns meet at the bottom."
New Stat Acct [Statistical Account]
PISHLINN BURN Pishlinn Burn James Burnet
William Watson
Mr Fordyce Merchant
006.09 A short rivulet which rises near the farm steading of Findon and flows through a ravine to the Sea.

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