List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Valuation Roll. 1859-60
M. Stewart Esqr. Factor
Mr Henry McRobbie. Tenant.
050 An ordinary farm house so Called, with offices garden etc attached the property of The Right Honble [Honourable] The Earl of Fife
Mr James Crawford, Dulax
Mr James Beattie. Nethertown
Mr James Davidson, Newseat
050 A few ordinary Cottages. with outhouses gardens etc attached, also a few acres of land. Known by this name. The property of the Right Honble [Honourable] The Earl of Fife.
TOM A' CHARRAIGH Tomnahurrach Hill
Tomnahurrach Hill
Tomnahurrach Hill
Tom a' Charragh
Tom a' Charragh
Mr Donald McNicol, Gamekeeper,
Mr William Clark, Gamekeeper,
Mr James Crawford
Dr [Doctor] Longmuir Aberdeen
Rev. [Reverend] George McDonald Aberdeen Professor of (Gaelic)
050 A conspicuous eminence known by this name.

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Parish of Glenbucket

[Note beside "Tom a' Charraigh" "Tomnahurrrach Hill"]
Currach a bog, or fen, &c
Curra A beret a [??] &c
Curradh A Crowd a together &c.

Carragh a rock etc., written also Carradh
Nominative singular and genitive plural Carragh genitive singular definite Charraigh when declined as a noun masculine, but correctly speaking it is a noun feminine and ought to be Tom na Carraigh

Transcriber's notes

It is difficult to make out the pencilled words above Tom a' Charraigh - perhaps they have been badly rubbed out?

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

Alison James- Moderator, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator, June Lobban

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