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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAPEL (Site of)[Congash] Chapel (Site of)
Chapel (Site of)
Chapel (Site of)
Revd [Reverend] Evan Gordon
Mr Macbean
Mr Findlay Grantown
035 This name is applied to an enclosure situated on the farm of Congash. It is said to be the Site of an ancient chapel whose dedicatory name is lost in obscurity. Part of the burial ground attached to it still exist but no person has been interred in it for a long period. There are two sculptured stones lying at the south end of the enclosure which are supposed to have been erected over the graves of persons of note.
BURIAL GROUND (Disused) [Congash] Revd [Reverend] Evan Gordon
Mr Macbean
Mr Findlay Grantown
035 Part of the burial ground attached to it still exist but no person has been interred in it for a long period
SCULPTURED STONES [Chapel site, Congash] Revd [Reverend] Evan Gordon
Mr Macbean
Mr Findlay Grantown
035 There are two sculptured stones lying at the south end of the enclosure which are supposed to have been erected over the graves of persons of note.
TORNABIRRACK Tornabirrack
Tornabirrack
Tornabirrack
Rev [Reverend] Evan Gordon
Mr Macbean
Mr Coutts Tenant
035 A farmhouse and outoffices one storey high thatched, in good repair. The property of the Earl of Seafield.

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