List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Queen's Chair Queen's Chair
Queen's Chair
Queen's Chair
Mr John Davidson, Factor, Crathes
Mr James Stewart, Inspector
Mr John Anderson, Craigton
002.09 A point on the north-east end of Berry Hill and near the County boundary, presenting a precipitous but not very high rocky front to the north, said to have been occupied by Queen Mary during the battle in the Howe of Corrichie in 1562. In the description of the battle given in the Statistical Account it is thus mentioned "The Queen herself is reported to have been present, and to have beheld the battle from a rocky seat overlooking the whole field, still called Queen Mary's Chair." -

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