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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH PHITIÙLAIS Loch Phitiùlais
Loch Phitiùlais
Loch Phitiùlais
Revd. [Reverend] N. Macintyre, Manse Rothiemurchus
Mr. Galbraith, Schoolmaster Rothiemuchus
A, Macintosh Esq. Dell Rothiemurchus
059 A large deep water Loch situate at the western base of Creag It signifies the Loch of the Hollow of Judgment.
MUCKRACH Muckrach
Muckrach
Muckrach
Muckrach
Revd. [Reverend] W. Forsyth, Manse, Abernethy
Mr. J. Grant Schoolmaster
J. Smith Esq. Factor, Grantown
Mr. William Cameron, Occupier
060 A small farmsteading the dwelling house is very uncomfortable but some of the offices have been lately rebuilt all in bad repair. The property of the Right Hon. [Honourable] the Earl of Seafield of Castle Grant.
NEWTON Newton
Newton
Newton
Newton
John Smith Esq. Factor
Rev. [Reverend] William Forsyth
Mr. J. Grant
Rent Receipt 1863
060 A small farmsteading & out offices all one storey high thatched and in bad repair. Property of the Right Hon. [Honourable] the Earl of Seafield of Castle Grant.
TOBERAIE Toberaie
Toberaie
Toberaie
Toberaie
Rev. [Reverend] W Forsuth
Mr. J. Grant
J. Smith Esq.
Mrs. Elisha Grant Occupier
060 A small farmsteading having a dwelling house and a few small offices all one storey thatched & in bad repair Property of the Earl of Seafield, Castle Grant

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[Page] 84
County of Inverness -- Ph. [Parish] of Abernethy and Kincardine (Part of)

[Page signed] A.B. Coddington Capt. R.E. [Captain Royal Engineers] 27 Oct. [October] 1871

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