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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INVEREY COTTAGE Inverey Cottage
Inverey Cottage
Inverey Cottage
Inverey Cottage
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Matheson
Mr. McDonald
Mr. Grant, gamekeeper, Inverey Cottage. Inverey.
097 A very handsome one storey cottage, built of granite, and in excellent condition. It is the property of The Earl of Fife and is tenanted by his head gamekeeper Mr. Grant.
LOINAVOICK Loinavoick
Loinavoick
Loinavoick
Loinavoick
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Matheson
Mr. McDonald
Printing in the tenant's family Bible
097 A farm steading consisting of two dwelling houses, one recently built, and office houses, all one storey high, thatched, and in middling condition. Property of Earl Fife.
RUIGHNANSEILEACH (In Ruins) Ruighnanseileach
Ruighnanseileach
Ruighnanseileach
Mr. Morgan
Mr. Matheson
Mr. McDonald
097 The ruins of some dwelling and office houses which were formerly a farm steading. They are all in a quite dilapidated condition. Property of the Earl of Fife. The name is derived from Gaelic words meaning "The House of the Willows"

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Aberdeenshire, -- Ph. [Parish] of Crathie and Braemar.

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