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OS1/17/21/61

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH KEMP Loch Kemp John Peters Esq. Factor.
D. Stewart, Schoolmaster Boleskine.
J. Campbell, Shepherd, Dalchapple
054 A Considerable Lock Situated about ¾ of a mile west of Dell House, and about the same distance east from Loch Ness, it is partly in the parish of Boleskine & Abbertarff and partly in the parish of Dores (Det) and the property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle by Beauly Inss [Inverness]
TORR AN T-SAGAIRT Tòrr an t-Sagairt D. Stewart, Boleskine.
J. Campbell, Dalchapple
054 A small hill newly planted with fir, and situated about ¼ a mile south west of Dell House. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "The Priest's Hill

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores (det) [Detached]

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