List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Monikie Burn
Monikie Burn
James Mitchell Esq
Mr James Donaldson
Forfar Shire Illustrated
044 [Situation] Forming part of the boundary of Monikie Ph. [Parish]
A considerable stream which rises about half-a-mile N. [North] East of Dod-Hill, and runs in an Easterly direction through the whole Parish.
Claughton seems to have been the original name of this stream, but it is not known by that name now.
James Mitchell Esq
Mr James Donaldson
Mr David Henderson
Valuation Roll
044 [Situation] In the N [North] Western portion of Monikie Ph. [Parish]
This name is applied to a number of Cottages, some of which have outhouses and a few acres of ground attached, commonly known as pendicles.
Proprietor Lord Douglas

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Parish of Monikie -- Sheet 44.16 trace 5

Monikie Burn [note]
P.S. Mr William Dalziel of Boghall,
states that Claughton was the
name given to Monikie Burn
in former times, He is acquain-
-ted with an old rhyme that
goes somewhat as follows -
"Claughton, Cleeril and Crummie ran,
And all met in Craig Mill-dam."

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