List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Auchinhove Castle
Auchinhove Castle
Auchinhove Castle
Mr Adams. Easter Mains
Mr Strachan, Milton of Auchinhove
Mr. Milne Blelack
Revd. [Reverend] Charles McCombie L.L.D. [Doctor of Law]
082 Very little remains are to be seen of the ancient Castle of Auchinhove. The present tenant, however, points out several portions of the walls, which appear to have been of great strength. It belonged to the family of the Duguids and was burned by the Royalists on their march to Culloden; and the Laird, having espoused the cause of the Pretender in 1745, is said to have watched the progress of the flames from one of the neighbouring hills.
of the Parish of Coull: These ancient remains are coloured on the trace in deep red.

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