List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Whig Brig Whig Brig
Whig Brig
Whig Brig
Rev. [Reverend] James Duirs Ph. [Parish] Minister
Mr. W Ross
Mr A McHardy
006.15 A Bridge, having one arch, crossing the Ward Burn, near the head of Calladrum Den. Well Known by this name.
Calladrum Den Calladrum Den
Calladrum Den
Calladrum Den
Rev. [Reverend] J. Duirs
Mr W Ross
Mr. A McHardy
006.15 A short ravine, wooded on both Sides. Well known by this name.
River Dee River Dee
River Dee
River Dee
River Dee
River Dee
Valuation Roll
Rev. [Reverend] James Duirs, Ph. [Parish] Minister
P. Davidson Esq. Inchmarle.
Lieut. Col. [Lieutenant Colonel] Ramsay, Banchory Lodge
Mr. John Davidson, Factor, Crathes Castle
006.08 A large river having its source on the mountains in the south of Aberdeenshire, and, which flowing in a northeast direction, joins the sea at Aberdeen. It is navigable for a short distance from its mouth; and forms the boundary between this and Banchory Ternan, and also Drumoak Ph. [Parish] Aberdeen.

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