List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Glen Barry
Glen Barry
Mr William Grant, Glenbarry
Mr J. Stables Glenbarry
Valuation Roll 1865.-6
015.03 A narrow glen lying between Knock Hill and Barry Hill, it contains a number of Cuttars houses, an Inn and Toll Bar, and once had a distillery the buildings of which are now occupied by farm labourers, the turnpike road between Banff and Huntly passes through it.
The property of William J. Taylor Esqr.
Barry Hill
Barry Hill
Mr Grant
Mr J. Stables
Mr Johnstone. Glenbarry
015.03 A conspicous hill on the S.E. [South East] side of Glen Barry, and planted with fir to its summit,
TUMULI [Barry Hill] 015.03 there are several Tumuli scattered over its sides bearing a street similarity to those on Wether Hill, and which are traditionally said to be of Roman origin.

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Co. [County] of Banff -- Parish of Marnoch

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