List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG AN TUIM BHIG Creag an Tuim Bhig
Creag an Tuim Bhig
Creag an Tuim Bhig
Creag an Tuim Bhig
Mr. W. Davidson Tenant Tombeg
Rev. [Reverend] H McKenzie.
Mr, James Macintosh.
Mr, Donald McBain.
032 A third class hill situated a short distance to the south of Tombeg farm steading it is covered with rocky heathy pasture and loose stones, It signifies the Rock of the Little Knoll. A. T. Malkin Esqr & A McIntosh Balnespick Proprietors
Allt Casach
Allt Casach
Mr. John Macintosh Free church Schoolmaster
Rev [Reverend] H. McKenzie
Mr, Donald Munro
032 ; 044 A small insignificant stream having its source a short distance to the East of Càrn na Gharbh Choire and after running in North Westerly direction it enters the River Findhorn about ½ mile to the north of Findhorn Bridge its slopes upon both sides are smooth & covered with heathy pasture untill within half a mile of its confluence with the Findhorn, after which its sides are covered with natural Birch wood. It signifies the Burn of the ascent. A Macintosh Esqr Balnespick Propr [Proprietor]

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