(the mouth of the boiling stream)

- the name in it's many, many forms....

Abberbroth *

Abberbrothoc *

Abbirbroht *

Abbirbroith *

Abbirbroth *

Abbirbrothoc *

Abbirbrothoch *

Abbroth         ( Map by Antonio Lafreri  b.1512 d.1577 )

Abbyrbrothoc *

Abbyrbrothoch  ( from David Miller's 'Arbroath & It's Abbey' )

Aberbreth      ( Map by Herman Moll  b.1654 d.1732 )

Aberbroth      ( from Wm.Camden's 'Britain, or a Chorographical....' )

Aberbrothick   ( from Dr. Samuel Johnson's visit in 1773 )

Aberbrothik     ( early map )

Aberbrothoc *

Aberbrothot    ( from David Miller's 'Arbroath & It's Abbey' )

Aberbrothock

Aberbrothok     ( from letter giving consent for marriage of Edward 1 to Margaret, Maid of Norway )

Aberbrothwick  ( in an Act of Parliament dated 1690 )

Aberbrotoht    ( from David Miller's 'Arbroath & It's Abbey ' )

Aberbrud       ( from David Miller's 'Arbroath & It's Abbey ' )

Aberbrudoc *

Aberbruth *

Aberbruthoc    ( from David Miller's 'Arbroath & It's Abbey' )

Abirbrethot *

Abirbroth *

Abirbrothak *

Abirbrothoc *

Abirbrothoch *

Abirbrothok *

Abirbrothoke   (from letter to Edward 1 confirming the Treaty of Salisbury)

Abirbrothot *

Abirbrotoht *

Abirbroyth *

Abirbrutoh *

Abrinca        ( latinised form used only by Buchanan).

Abroyth       ( Map by Nicolas Nicolay  b.1517 d.1583 )

Abyrbroth *

Abyrbrothoc *

Abyrbrothok *

Abyrbroyth *

Arbroath      ( by which we know the town today )

Arbroith *     ( Also map by John Leslie  b.1527 d.1596 )

Arbrot        ( Map by Tomaso Porcacchi  b.1530 d.1585 )

Arbroth *     ( Also map by Robert Gordon  b.1580 d.1661 )

                       ( Also Wm.Camden's description in 1610 )

Arbrothe      ( from David Miller's 'Arbroath & It's Abbey' )

Arbroyth *

Ardbroith *

Ardbrothock  ( Map by Thomas Taylor  b.1670 d.1730 )

Ayberbrothoch *

 Names marked (*) are all forms ocurring in the ' Registrorum Abbacie de Aberbrothoc '

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