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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STRIPE OF CARNACHY Stripe of Carnachie
Stripe of Carnachie
Stripe of Carnachie
Mr. George Philip, Auchness
Mr. J. Phimister, Torwinnie
Mr. William Nicholson, Rochuln
021 A stream about a mile in length,- the continuation of the Burn of Loch Noir. From when it enters Clash Gour on the east the name is changed to Burn of Clashgour
White Cow
White Cow
Estate Plan
Mr George Philip
Mr John Phimister
021 Two stones, one of which is known by this name, situated near to where the boundary between the parishes of Dallas and Edenkellie crosses the Burn of Loch Noir-
LITTLE KNOW OF LOCHNOIR Little Know of Loch Noir
Little Know of Loch Noir
Little Know of Loch an Jore
Mr. George Philip
Mr. John Philip, Clashninian
Estate Plan
021 A small isolated Knoll a short distance north of Loch Noir. Property of Sir William G. Cumming,
Bart. [Baronet] Altyre.

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Parishes of Dallas and Edenkillie -- County of Elgin

Stripe of Carnachie - described already

Noir - Grass

John McKeith
Sapper R. E. [Royal Engineers]

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