List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Burn of Glenmoye
Glenmoye Burn
Burn of Kinrive or Burn of Glenmoye
Burn of Kinrive
Burn of Kinrive
Burn of Kinrive
Burn of Kinrive
Burn of Kinrive
Estate Map
Description of Marches (made by Lord Airlie for the Ord. [Ordnance] Survey)
County Map - Ainslies (applying name to the West B. [Burn] of Glenmoy)
The Right Honble. [Honourable] the Earl of Airlie
John Guthrie, Gamekeeper
R. Fearn, Hillside
W. Fearn Shallgreen
J. McDonald Glenquiech
Messrs. Gibb & Robie Gamekeepers Glenogil
025 For the heads of this stream see the East & West Burns of Glenmoye & see Glen Moye (Sheet 18 trace 13). All personal authorities referred to call this the "Burn of Kinrive" (pronounced "Kinroe") and even the proprietor recognises it, from shooting in the glen by the popular name of "Kinroe". The name is applied on the Traces as it is understood in the locality - from about "Hindhaugh" or the junction of the East & West Burns of Glenmoye. 25.1. The proprietor considers, under the circumstances, that the name it is generally known by and the name given in the old documents of the Estate (the Plans) should be retained. The description of the Marches made for the Ord. [Ordnance] Survey, which is correct in other places, is considered a good & a safe authority for retaining
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Co. [County] Forfar -- Cortachy & Tannadice Parishes

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Tan & Cor [Tannadice & Cortachy]

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