List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Hurlie Bog Hurlie Bog
Hurlie Bog
Hurlie Bog
Mr. John Ingram Clochanshiels
Mr. James Irvine (Roadside)
Mr. Joseph Smith (Snobb)
011.16 A portion of flat mossy ground in which a stream rises and is well known by this name
Elfhill Elfhill
Valuation Roll 1863-4
Mr. Robert Cannon, Tenant
Mr. John Ingram
016.04 An ordinary farm house with offices, yard, garden etc attached the property of R. W. Duff Esqr.
Elf Hill Elf Hill
Elf Hill
Elf Hill
Mr. Robert Cannon
Mr. John Ingram
Mr. Joseph Smith
016.04 A conspicuous hill or eminence of considerable height and extent well known by this name.
Clerks Wells Clerk's Wells Described on Name Sheets of adjoing Ph. [Parish]
Clerkenwell Burn Clerkenwell Burn Described on Name Sheets of adjoining Ph. [Parish]

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Parish of Fetteresso

[Below entry for Hurlie Bog:]
"Hurly House - A term applied to a large house in bad repair" (Jamieson)

[Below entry for Elfhill:]
'Elf. A Fairy' (Jamieson)

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