List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIG OF TRUSTA Craig of Trusta
Craig of Trusta
Craig of Trusta
Craig of Trusta
Craig of Trusta
Craig of Trusta
A McFarlane Leytack
Mr. Mitchell, Afflochie
Mr. Stocks, Factor
William Gibb, Gamekeeper
D. Mill Trusta
J Winter Flobbets
018 The first principal range in the Parish to the East of the Cruick. Drummore, to the South, is secondary in height. This takes its name from the Craggy side on the front or south - although there are no actual crags or ledges of rock, but a mass of loose rock-stones on its side. A part of the side has a remarkably whitish appearance at a place where the hillside has fallen out. - The top is terminated eastwards by a Knoll of greater height than any other part of the "Craig of Trusta". The Knoll is known as the "Old Man" which see

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Co. [County] Forfar -- Fearn Parish

[Entry for New Moss has been crossed out with note]
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