List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Culloden Muir
Culloden Muir
Culloden Moor
A. Forbes Esq.
C. Fraser Mackintosh
Mr. W. Cameron
Plan of Culloden Moor showing the position of the two armies before the battle.
005 ; 013 A large tract of arable and woodland divided into two districts called Easthill and Westhill, about four miles east of Inverness. It is on the ridge known as Drummossie Muir on which the Battle of Culloden was fought 16th. April 1746. A. Forbes Esq. is sole proprietor of the tract.
Drummossie Muir
Drummossie Muir
Drummossie Moor
A. Forbes Esq. Culloden House
Mrs Forbes
L. Mackintosh Esq.
Fullarton's Gazetteer of Scotland
005 ; 013 An elevated tract extending north eastward from where the parish of Croy and Dalcross is intersected by that of Dores to the Castle of Dalcross, a distance probably of eight miles. It comprises the chief part of the parish of Croy and Dalcross Detached, the elevated portion of the parish of Daviot and Dunlichity north of the River Nairn, and the south eastern border of Inverness. It consists of arable, wood, and moorland, chiefly of the latter, and consequently presents a very bleak and monotonous aspect. "Culloden Muir" forms part of this waste, which part belongs to A. Forbes Esq. the remainder is divided among Mr. Baillie Leys, L Mackintosh Esq. Raigmore, Mackintosh of Mackintosh and Mr. McGillivray, Dunmanglass.

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