List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Rent Receipt
William McHardy, Tenant
Mr Edmonstone, Merchant, Crathie
090 A farm house one storey high of suitable offices attached; the former thatched, the latter partly thatched, and part slated; the whole in fair repair. Col [Colonel] Farquharson propr. [proprietor].
BAD NAN DEARCAG Bad nan Dearcag
Bad nan Dearcag
Bad nan Dearcag
Mr McHardy, Auchtavan
Mr Edmonstone, Merchant
Revd [Reverend] J. Campbell, Free Church Manse, Balgairn
090 A hill, lying about half a mile N E [North East] of Auchtavan farm house, covered with heathy pasture. It means Tuft of the little berries.
BAD NAN CUILEAG Bad nan Cuileag
Bad nan Cuileag
Bad nan Cuileag
Mr McHardy
Mr Edmonstone
Mr Campbell, Balgairn
090 A considerable sized hill situated about half a mile direct East of Bad na Dearcaige, there is a good peat moss on its southern slope. It is a gaelic word meaning Tuft of the flies.

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