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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GARLINE MOSS Garline Moss
Garline Moss
Garline Moss
Garline Moss
Garlin Moss
J. Smith Esqr.
Mr J. Grant
Mr R. Murray
Mr A. Frazer (Farmer, Garlin)
Revd. [Reverend] W. Forsythe,
046 A small peat Moss, lying on the West side of the farm of Garline. It is about 12 chs. [chains] wide and 15 in length, and affords excellent peats, both to the farm and several other cot houses adjoining. The property of the Earl of Seafield.
CULSTANK MOSS Culstank Moss
Culstank Moss
Culstank Moss
Culstank Moss
Revd [Reverend] W. Forsythe
Mr J. Grant
Mr R. Murray
Mr W. Murray (Farmer Croftmaqueen)
046 A small peat moss, situated on the West side of the farm of Croftmaqueen, about 20 chains in length and varying from 7 to 10 in breadth. It extends on each side of the Road leading from Grantown to Tomintoul, and affords good fuel to the adjoining farms. The property of the Earl of Seafield.

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