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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MONCREIFFE HILL Moncreiffe Hill
Moncreiffe Hill
Moncrieffe or Moreden Hill
Moncrieff or Moredun Hill
Moncrieff Hill
Sir Thomas Moncreiffe
Mr. Brown P [Parish] Schoolmaster
New Stat. acct. [Statistical Account]
Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
Stobies Co. [County] map
098 [Situation] In the north end of the parish.
This name applies to a prominent hill, or more properly a Small range of hills dividing the Parishes of Dumbarney Perth & Rhynd. It is almost entirely covered with wood except where the bare Rock precludes the possibility of Planting. The greater part of it is the property of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe whose Mansion, Moncreiffe Ho. [House] stands on the foot of it on the south side
A most extensive prospect is commanded from it. The whole Carse of Gowrie Strathearn included.
MOREDUN TOP Moredun Top
Moredun Top
Moredun Top
Sir Thomas Moncreiffe
Mr. Brown
Stobies Co. [County] map
098 This name applies to the highest or most prominent point of the above hill & the place on which is Situated "Carnac" Fort". This name " Moredun" is often improperly applied to Moncreiffe Hill.
Thomas Dudgeon Sergt. RE [Sergeant Royal Engineers]

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Ph. [Parish] of Dunbarney Sheet 98 No. 14 5

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