List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HILL OF CARCARY Hill of Carcary
Hill of Carcary
Hill of Carcary
Mr Lyall Factor
Mr. R. Lyall W. [West] Carcary
Mr Webster Schoolmaster
034 A fine feature overlooking the valley between Carcary Farms & the South Esk. Rossie Muir joins it at the back or south side on the top, but much of the Muir is reclaimed. "Hill of Carcary" is the form the name is always used in. It is planted with fir trees and the top or flat table of the hill is between the Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Pole on the east, & the division separating it from a piece of plantation adjoining on the west - on this Trace. The Hill of Carcary belongs to Southesk Estate. The name does not appear on the Estate Maps.
There are Dams on the Hill of Carcary. Those to the east of the Track which runs between the old Dams & the Dams to the west in use (Trace 6.34-11 and Trace 4.34-12) are explained on the Examination Trace as are also the other Dams which are for Bonnyton Farm in Maryton Parish. The old Dams belong to Carcary farm

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Farnell Parish

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