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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GARTH Garth Mr B. Murray
Mr William Gunn Castletown
Mr J. Coghill
006 This name applies to a substantial dwelling house which is situated near the seceder Church and is occupied by the Proprietor James Traill Esq. Castlehill &c.
CHAPEL (Original Seceders) Chapel (Seceder) Mr B. Murray
Mr William Gunn Castletown
Mr J. Coghill
006 This is a neatly constructed building Seated to accommodate 300 sitters, stands in a small triangular plot of ground adorned with ever-greens and other ornamental trees.
MILLHILL BRIDGE Millhill Bridge (county) Mr B. Murray
Mr William Gunn Castletown
Mr J. Coghill
006 A large stone Bridge having three arches over Burn of Garth on the County road from Thurso to Wick by Castletown

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Co. [County] of Caithness -- Parish of Olrig

[Signed] Robert Kane
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