List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Burn of Corrichie Burn of Corrichie
Burn of Corrichie
Burn of Corrichie
Mr. John Davidson Factor, Crathes
Mr. James Stewart Inspector of Poor
Estate Plan of Crathes
001.12 A large stream which rises in the Hill of Fare and flowing through the Howe of Corrichie, joins the Black Burn a short distance south of Mill of Hirn. From where it crosses the T.P. [Turn Pike] Road between Raemoir and Aberdeen to its junction with the Black Burn, it is known as Hatton Burn, and for the first two miles of its course it forms the boundary between the counties of Aberdeen and Kincardine.
Brown Hill Brown Hill
Brown Hill
Brown Hill
Brown Hill
Mr. John Davidson
Mr. James Stewart
Mr. John Anderson Farmer Craigton
Mr. Robertson Anderson Banchory
001.12 A hill feature on the Hill of Fare on the west side of the Burn of Corrichie; property of Sir James H. Burnett Bart: [Baronet] Crathes Castle.

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