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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MOIN'-A'-CHOIRE Moin'-a-choire
Mr Robert Shaw, Gardener Daill
Mr D McGillvray, farmer Eskinish
Mr McMillan, farmer Errabus
208--4-3 Applies to two buildings, [the one a smithy, Smith's house and the other a dwellinghouse and school] situated on E [East] side of public road leading from Bridgend to Portaskaig, About 2 miles from the former, and about ¼ of a mile apart. The name originally applied to a tract of land on part of which the houses are now situated.
Newton Cottage
Newton Cottage
Mr J Cowan, Forester Blackhouse
Mr Neil McDougall Occupant
Mr D Brock Estate Clerk Islay House
A neat substantial dwellinghouse situated on the N [North] side of the public road leading from Bridgend to Portaskaig about ½ a mile from the former and 7¼ from the latter. Described in Sheet 209 Plan 1 Parish of Killarow and Kilmeny
Described in Sheet 208 Plan 3 Parish of Killarrow and Kilmeny
Described in Sheet 208 Plan 3 Parish of Killarrow and Kilmeny

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Parish of Killarrow and Kilmeny
Islay, Argyllshire

Under entry for MOIN'-A-CHOIRE there is 'Written twice viz [namely]on 197.16 and 208.4
Under entry for Newton Cottage the following have been crossed out:
Coille na Dalach
New Nursery Plantation
Loch Skerrols
A McDonald Lce [Lance] Corpl [Corporal] RE [Royal Engineers]

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