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OS1/17/21/9

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Supposed OLD BURIAL GROUND [Alit Loch na Criche] Supposed Old Burial Ground Rev [Reverend] A Gair
Mr. J Campbell
Mr. D McLean
Mr. D McMillan
053 This is a flat piece of land on the west bank of the stream called Allt Loch na Crìche. there are to be seen several rough thin slabs of stone lying flat on the ground, nearly overgrown with grass and heather, these stones are about 3 feet in length 18 inches or a foot in width and from two to four inches in thickness, the spot has been visited by several persons, by whom it is suppose to have been a family burial place.

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston

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