List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MUIR OF BALNAKELLY Muir of Balnakelly
Muir of Balnakelly
Muir of Balnakelly
Muir of Balnakelly
Muir of Balnakilly
Mr. R. Ferris
Mr. Charles Birse (Tenant)
Rent Receipt 1864
Rent Roll 1864
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Talor
062 A small farmsteading. dwelling house one story. offices one story all thatched. and in good repair. Occupied by Mr. C. Birse Farmer. The property of Revd. [Reverend] T.H. Lumsden. Cushnie House.
Revd. [Reverend] H. Lumsden, Proprietor
Mr. R. Ferris
Rent Roll. 1864
Mr. C. Birse
Val. [Valuation] Roll. 1864
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Taylor
062 A large farmsteading consisting of a good dwelling house 2 storys slated. And good offices one story thatched, also a few wooden sheds for holding lumber & peats & coal &c. all in good repair occupied by Mr. J. Ingram Farmer. The Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Taylor is of opinion this name should be spelt Balnakilly. he says it means the town of the church. it being situated near the old Ch. [Church] of Cushnie
The property of The Revd. [Reverend] T.H. Lumsden. Cushnie House.
The present occupier Mr. J. Ingram would spell it Balnacoullie.

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