List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr. Stephenson, Teacher
Mr. Simpson, Ingliston
Fullarton's Gazetteer of Scotland
Old Statistical Account
New Statistical Account
099 An extensive vale or lowland country, skirting the southern face of the Grampian mountains and popularly regarded as consisting of the territory lying within these and the Sidlaw Hills upon the south; and extending from Methven in Perthshire to a little N.E. [North East] of Brechin It is celebrated for its beauty, fertility and high state of cultivation of its soil, as well as the prosperity of the numerous towns and villages which dot its surface, together with its possessing Railway communication along its centre from east to west contributing to its commercial advantages
BRAES OF THE CARSE Braes of the Carse
Braes of the Carse
Mr. John McLaren
Mr. William Duncan
099 This name applies to all the hilly ground between the Sidlaw Hills and the Carse, and it is of great extent.

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