List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Craig Bourach
Craig Bourach
Craig Bourach
William Ogilvie Ternemny
Aexander Thom Ramsburn
John Cruikshank Knauchland
Jamieson's Dictionary
015.11 A group of irregular surface rocks Buirach is a local Scotch term and when any thing is placed in confusion it is said to be in a Buirach.
Court Stone
Court Stone
William Ogilvie
Alexander Thom
John Cruickshank
015.11 A large rock has the appearance of being rent in three it is said to have been a seat of justice in those days when every Lord of the manor had absolute jurisdiction over his vassals. It is visible from every commanding part of the district and forms a striking object in the landscape.

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

Craig Bourach [note] ? A confused heap of any Kind
A cluster as of trees &c
Jamieson Bourach, BowrocK, BooricK,

Court Stone [note] seat of justice [circled] Antiquity ?

[signed] James Gray
Sapr R. Engr [Sapper Royal Engineers]

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