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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
NURSERY COTTAGE Nursery Cottage
Nursery Cottage
Nursery Cottage
Nursery Cottage
Nursery Cottage
Nursery Cottage
J. Smith Esqr. Factor Granton Estate Grantown
Mr J. Samson Forester, Nursery Cottage, Bridge of Nethy
J. Grant Schoolmaster & Registrar
Revd [Reverend] W. Forsyth, Manse, Abernethy
046 A neat cottage, one story, slated and in firstrate repair occupied by Mr J. Sampson Forester, on the Grantown Estate. The property of The Earl of Seafield Castle Grant.
LYNSTOCK Lynstock
Lynstock
Lynstock
Lynstock
Lynstock
Lynstock
J Smith Esqr.
Mr J. Samson
Mr William McKenzie (Tenant)
Estate Map 1858
Mr J. Grant
Revd [Reverend] W. Forsyth
046 A small farmsteading, dwelling house one story, offices one, all thatched, and in good repair. Occupied by Mr W. McKenzie Farmer. The property of Earl of Seafield Castle Grant
CAUSER Causer
Causer
Causer
Causer
Causer
Causer
Causer
J. Smith Esqr.
Mr J. Samson
Estate Map 1858
Mr A. Laing (Smith, Causer)
Mr A. McDonald, Merchant, Bridge of Nethy
Mr J. Grant
Revd [Reverend] W. Forsyth
046 This name is applied to a number of Small dwelling houses, (See Trace) some of which have a small portion of land let with them, the others are occupied by Tradesmen, they are each one story, thatched & in bad repair. The property of the Earl of Seafield, Castle Grant.

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