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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM BEITH Tombeithe
Tombeithe
Tombeithe
Mr. John Forbes Kinbattoch
Mr. Robert Dawson Cushlachie
Mr. James Grassick Newton
061 Signifying The Birch Hill - a Conspicuous Summit of a dark heathy range of hills and at the South edge of a plantation Situated abt. [about] 26. Chains N.N.W. [North North West] of Kinbattoch Farm and bounding the properties of Mr Leith of Glenkindie and Sir C. Forbes of Castle Newe. The last (e) is generally omitted in real Scotch Gaelic, See the Rev [Reverend] Mr. McEchan of Perthshire's Poket Dicty [Dictionary]
KINBATTOCH Kinbattoch
Kinbattoch
Kinbattoch
Mr. John Forbes Occupier
Mr. Robert Dawson Cushlachie
Mr. James Grassich Newton
061 a good large farm Consisting of a respectable dwelling house with good Farm Office houses and Gardens Situated abt [about] ¾ of a Mile N.E. [North East] of Rappachie 27. Chains E. [East] of Seallchean Hill and a little N. [North] of the Back Burn of Towie. The property of Sir Charles Forbes of Castle Newe.
CUSHLACHIE Cushlachie
Cushlachie
Cushlachie
Valuation Roll
Mr. Robert Dawson Occupier
Mr. John Forbes Kinbattoch
061 A Farm Consisting of a dwelling house with Garden and outhouses detached Situated a little South of the back Burn of Towie Abt. [About] ½ M. [Mile] N.E. [North East] of the Farm of Torrycrien etc. The property of Mr. Lumsden of Clova.

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Parish of Towie

Note: Tom Beith -- Beith. The second letter of the Gaelic alphabet; birch, birch tree
Torre. A hill (Gaelic)

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