List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Law See Trace 1.26-14 026 Described &c. with "Law" on Trace1.26-14
TAMMY'S POT Tammy's Pot
Tammy's Pot
Tammy's Pot
Tammy's Pot
Tammy's Hole
Land of the Lindsays
Mr Buick Vane
Mr Tosh Wellford
Mr. Doig Hilton
New Statl. [Statistical] Account
026 A deepish hole or slight fall in the Noran below Vane Castle. Some rocks project towards the middle of the stream at the edge or sides and a slight waterfall not above 1 or 2 feet is formed. The name is widely known. Its origin is mentioned in the description of Vane Castle - which see
KELPIE'S FOOTMARK Kelpie's Footmark
Kelpie's Footmark
Kelpie's Footmark
Land of the Lindsays
Mr Tosh Wellford
Mr Buick, Vane
026 Described in the Land of the Lindsays as situated a little East of the Castle of Vane close by the side of the Noran, where there is "a large sandstone (conglomerate sort) bearing a deep indentation resembling the hoof of a colossal horse with the impression of one of the caulkers of the heel." Both the name & its object are well known. There are stepping stones here across the Noran, but there is no definite track or path on the Fern side of the River --- Kelpie is a Fairy &c.

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Fearn Parish

Tammy's Pot [note]
"The name of Tammy's Hole or Cradle is still given
to a deep pool in a dark cavern of the channel"
New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]

"A deep black pool in the Noran near the Castle is
called Tammy's Pot." Land of the Lindsays

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