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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH TREVIE Loch Trevie
Loch Trevie
Loch Trevie
Loch Trevay
Statistical Account
Mr George Philip, Auchness
Mr John Phimister, Torwinnie
Estate Plan
021 A small loch about an eighth of a mile long and seventy yards broad situated three quarters of a mile south of Loch Noir. It forms the source of the River Lossie.-
GLEN TREVIE Glen Trevie
Glen Trevie
Glen Trevay
Mr George Philip
Mr John Philip, Chashninnon
Estate Plan
021 A well defined hollow, half a mile in length, stretching eastward from Loch Trevie, and traversed by the River Lossie. property of Sir William G. Cumming, Bart. [Baronet], Altyre.-
CLASH GOUR Clash Gour
Clash Gour
Clash Gour
Estate Plan
Mr George Philip
Mr John Philip
021 A conspicuous hollow half a mile in length, and sretching westward from Loch Trevie; property of Sir William G. Cumming Bart. [Baronet], Altyre.-

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Parishes of Dallas and Edenkellie -- County of Elgin-

Clash Gour
Clais Ghobhar

[signed]
John McKeith
Sapper R. E. [Royal Engineers]

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