List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr A. Davidson. Advocate Aberdeen
Revd. [Reverend] C. McHardy. Manse Corgarff
Mr William Tate occupier
068 A crofters house, situated on the public road leading through Corgarff about ¼ mile east of the Cock Bridge, in the occupation of Mr William Tait and property of Sir Charles Forbes, Newe Castle.
Site of CAMP [nr Boghead] Dubhruach Camp Site of
Dubhruach Camp Site of
Dubhruach Camp Site of
Mr William Shaw Castletown
Mr J. Farquharson Dulridge
Revd. [Reverend] C. McHardy Manse Corgarff
068 The track of a small camp supposed to have been occupied by the soldiers of General Wade, whilst employed making the road from Edinburgh to Fort George; others say it was made by General Ancrum in 1745, as a position to reduce the Castle of Corgarff, then held by the rebels; there is no appearance of its ever having been fortified, but the track of the drains are quite distinct

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