List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HARDMUIR WOOD Hardmuir Wood William Brodie Esqr. of Brodie
William Sclanders Esqr. Factor, Forres
Revd. [Reverend] John McEwen Dyke
009.10; 010.13 This name is given to a fir wood lying on the north of the road leading from Forres to Nairn, and extending from the western Boundary of Dyke & Moy to near Brodie Railway Station, it contains a wooded Knoll Known as "Macbeths Hill" it is the property of William Brodie Esq. of Brodie
MACBETH'S HILL Macbeth's Hill William Brodie Esq.
William Sclanders Esq.
Revd. [Reverend] John McEwen
010.13 This name is applied to a Wooded Knoll in the "Hardmuir Wood". The new Stat. [Statistical] describes it thus " In the Hardmuir, to the north of the great post road, a little Knoll Surmounted by a clump of fir trees pointed out as the scene of the meeting between the weird Sisters of Forres, and the Thane of Glammis." it is situated on the property of William Brodie Esqr.

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