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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MOUNSIE WEAT Mounsie Weat
Mounsie Weat
Mounsie Weat
Mr Malcolm Rosehearty
Mr Watt Rosehearty
Mr Milne Banker
002 A small rock covered at High Water situate at the north east end of "the Pen". Mr Malcolm states that one of the ships of the Spanish Armada was cast ashore here, but is uncertain whether this rock derives its name from the ship or if her Captains name was Monseuir Watt. The latter he suggests as most probable.
TAMHEAD Tamhead
Tamhead
Mr Malcolm Rosehearty
Mr Watt Rosehearty
002 A flat rock covered at High water, and situate about 5 chains east of the above at north end of Pier.
WAREY CRAIGS Warey Craigs
Warey Craigs
Warey Craigs
Mr Malcolm Rosehearty
Mr Watt Rosehearty
Mr Duncan Smith
002 A flat reef of rocks lying between the east and west Breakwater, on which there is always a large quantity of Sea weed, hence the name.
DAMAR Damar
Damar
Damar
Mr Malcolm Rosehearty
Mr Watt Rosehearty
Mr Milne Banker
002 A small rock outside Low Water mark about a quarter of a mile east of Warey Craigs.
PORT RAE Port Rae
Port Rae
Port Rae
Mr Malcolm Rosehearty
Mr Watt Rosehearty
Mr Milne Banker
002 Applicable to a small sandy, bay on south east side of east Breakwater.
FREE CHURCH [Rosehearty] Free Church
Free Church
Free Church
Mr Malcolm Rosehearty
Mr Watt Rosehearty
Mr James Laing Ground Officer
002 A stone and slated building situate at the East end of Loch Street used as a place of worship It is seated for about 500.

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