List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG NA MEANN Craig-na-Meann
Rev [Reverend] Charles McHardy, Manse
Mr James Dunbar, Boilhandy
Mr James Symon, School House
Mr James Michie, W. [West] Corryhoul
068 A small hillock, situated near the R.C. [Roman Catholic] Chapel of Tomahaish
Mr James Dunbar, occupr [occupier]
Rev [Reverend] Charles McHardy
James Symon
James Michie
Rent Receipt
068 A dwellinghouse and offices, one storey, slated, and in good repair; property of Sir Charles Forbes, Bart. [Baronet], Newe
ST MARY'S R.C. CHAPEL St Mary's R.C. [Roman Catholic] Chapel
St Mary's R.C. [Roman Catholic] Chapel
St Mary's R.C. [Roman Catholic] Chapel
St Mary's R.C. [Roman Catholic] Chapel
Rev [Reverend] William Chisilom
Rev [Reverend] Charles McHardy
Mr James Symon
Mr James Michie
068 "On the south of the Don is a rivulet called called Aldn Garray, where, at Ball-handy Stands a small Roman Catholic chapel, built in 1809. 40 feet by 20 without the walls, consecrated (Domina ad nives) in memory of that miracle said to have been performed in A.D. 367. The clergyman performs office once a month, for which he receives annually £15.0.0 Sterling"
Donean Tourist page 27

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[Note beside 'Creag na Meann'] - Meann. A kid; A young roe; A goat (Gaelic)

[Note beside 'Boilhandy'] - now Belhandy [Initialled] JMcD

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