List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SCHOOL (Girls) [Culquhanny] School (Girls)
School (Girls)
School (Girls)
School (Girls)
Revd [Reverend] John Watt. The Manse.
Mr A.G. Anderson. Schoolmaster (parish)
Mr George Ironside Bellabeg
Miss M. Chisholm Teacher
060 A good modern building used as a Female School and dwelling house for the teacher, with outhouses. garden &c playground. attached This School was established here about 1856. and is supported partly from parish educational funds. and partly, by the "Society for promoting Christian Knowledge" and the School fees. the house. ground &c attached is allowed rent free by the proprietor Sir Charles Forbes, of Newe Castle
P.H. [Newe Arms] Newe Arms (P.H.)
Newe Arms (P.H.)
Newe Arms (P.H.)
Sign Board.
Mr A.G. Anderson
Mr George Ironside
060 A good public house. affording excellent accommodation, known by this name. having offices. yard garden &c attached also. a farm the property of Sir Charles Forbes
Lonach Hall
Lonach Hall
Name on building
Mr A G. Anderson
Mr George Ironside
060 A very good building erected in 1845 by subscription &c to be used as a hall for Committe meetings. balls &c and the general use of the members of the Lonach Athletic games Society or Lonach Benevolent Society &c

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Entry for 'Colquhonny Castle' - See last page [Initialled] I.P.

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