List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Camp Hill Camp Hill
Camp Hill
Broom Hill
Broom Hill
Broom Hill
Mr William Donald (Fetteresso)
Mr Robert Duthie (Stonehaven)
Mr David Stratton (Farrochie)
Mr John Melvin (Stonehaven)
Mr Robert Walker (Fetteresso)
017.03 An elevated ridge on the farm and a little South from the house of Farrochie. Mr William Donald an old man residing at Fetteresso states that Camp Hill is the proper name for the feature but it is now generally known as Broom Hill. Several Stone Cists & Urns have been found here and there is a tradition that a battle was fought on this hill, but there is no mention of the latter in any of the records I have seen. [initialled] B.R.
Broomhill Cottage Broomhill Cottage
Broomhill Cottage
Broomhill Cottage
Mr William Donald (Fetteresso)
Mr R, Walker (Fetteresso)
Mr R. Duthie (Stonehaven)
017.03 A good substantial cottage near Fetteresso, the property of R. W. Duff Esqr.
Burn of Farrochie Burn of Farrochie
Burn of Farrochie
Burn of Farrochie
Mr David Stratton
Mr Robert Duthie
Mr William Donald
017.03 A Small burn formed from Drains etc on the farm of Farrochie, and joining the burn of Maxie near Stonehaven Railway Station.

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Parish of Fetteresso

[Note Camp Hill] -- See "Malcolm's Mount."

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