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OS1/17/21/69

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURIAL GROUND (Supposed Remains of) [Cnoc an t-Sionnaichj Burial Ground
(Supposed Remains of)
Mr Gordon, surveyor Beauly.
Estate Map.
Mr J. Peters
054 About 10 Chains East from the above described hillock, may be seen an old wall now grown over with grass and heather, this old wall at one time formed a circular enclosure, which is supposed to have been either a burying ground for infants, or one of the many family burying grounds, that are met with throughout the Highlands of Scotland. To date can be ascertained of the time of its last being used.
CNOC AN T-SIONNAICH Cnoc an t-sionnaich Mr D. Fraser
Mr D. Stewart
Mr J. Campbell
054 A small eminence covered with healthy pasture. Name Signifies "The Foxes hillock"

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

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