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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BUCHAN HILL Buchan Hill
Buchan Hill
Gowla
John Murray
A. McMillan
Ainslies Map 18201820
013 [Situation] About 1½ miles W. [West] of Loch Narroch.
A considerable hill on the farm of Buchan, its surface consists of rocky heathy pasture, On it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party 'Boffin'
GAIRLAND BURN Garland Burn
Garland Burn
Gairland Burn
Gairland Burn
John Murray
A. McMillan
Ainslie's Map
Plan 13D
013; 014 [Situation] Running in a Southerly direction from Loch Valley & passing between Buchan Hill & White Brae Top
A considerable stream or burn having its Source in Loch Valley and running in a S.[South] Westerly direction to its confluence with Loch Truil.
WHITE BRAE White Brae
White Bare
A. McMillan
R. Wilson
013; 014 [Situation] On White Brae Top
A rocky heathy declivity on the Western Side of White Brae Top, it derived its name from its White appearance.

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Parish of Minnigaff

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39 Buchan Hill
39 Garland Burn
40 White Brae

[Note]
Gairland a corruption of
Garbh linne, The coarse or rough deep stream
Gair Linne. The noisey deep Stream

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