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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BAILEBEAG Bailebeag
Bailebeag
Bailebeag
Mr D. Stewart. Schoolmaster
Mr W. F. McLean
Mr James Muir
054 This name applies to a few one storey cottages and the parish school and is situated a short distance west of the parish church. The property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle by Beauly. Invs. [Inverness]
BUNKEGIVIE Bunkegivie
Bunkegivie
Bunkegivie
Bunkegivie
John Peters Esq. Factor.
Estate Map.
Mr James Muir.
Mr William F. McLean.
054 This name applies to a few small cottages one-storey high, also a blacksmith's shop situated a short distance north west of Corriegarth Lodge, Lord Lovat proprietor.
MANSE [parish, Newtbn] Manse (parish) Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre.
Mr D. Stewart
Mr P. McDonald
054 This Is the Established Church Manse, it is two story high, slated and in good repair and is situated about a ¼ of a mile south west from the church. The property of the Heritors.

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