List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRAE OF MAUSE Brae of Mause
Brae of Mause
Brae of Maws
Mr. Sanders Craigmill
Mr. Baxter
New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]
052 A Wooded Brae immediately west of the Heughs of Mause.
CLOVES OF MAUSE Cloves of Maws
Cloves of Maws
See "Mains of Mause" P. [Page] 51
New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account] & County Map
Old Stat. [Statistical] Account
Title Deeds & Factor.
Old Stat Acct [Statistical Account] of Bendochy Ph. [Parish]
052 The extreme end of it [Brae of Mause] where the old Military is cut through is known by the name Cloves of Mause. "That district lying West of the Ericht is known by the general name of the Maws: The Brae of Maws, the Cloves of Maws and the Heughs of Maws" New Stat [Statistical] Account.
Mr. Mitchell Occr. [Occupier]
Estate Map & Coy. [County] Map
Mr. Anderson Banker
052 A farm house and offices the property of J.L. Campbell Esqr. of Achalader
BRIDGE OF CRAIGHALL Bridge of Craighall
Bridge of Craighall
Bridge of Craighall
Mr. Anderson Banker
Mr. Soutar Banker
New Stat. [Statistical]
052 A Co. [County] Bridge of 3 Arches spanning the River Ericht on the T.P. [Turn Pike] Road leading from Blairgowrie to Glenshee.

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[Note under Cloves of Mause:]
Mause. The abbreviation for Magdalen. Jameison
Maws. An abbreviation of the herb called Mallows. Jameison

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