List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DORES [parish] Dores
Rev. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Parish Minister
Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster
Mr. D. Barron, Factor and Forester, Dores
Register of Voters 1865.66
Valuation Roll 1868-69
Old Statistical Account
various This parish is about 20 miles in length and averaging about 4 miles in breadth, it is bounded on the west by Loch Ness and the River Ness, on the north by the parish of Inverness & Bona on the east by Daviot & Dunlichity and a detached portion of Boleskine and Abertarff and on the south by Boleskine and Abertarff, * the Straths are under Cullioation, the high ground consists of moorland and wood. The proprietors are Lord Saltoun, The Mackintosh, Rose Innes esq. Col. [Colonel] Fraser Tytler, Aldourie, Captain Fraser of Balnairn etc. The following is from the Old Statistical Account "Dores anciently called Durris, is supposed to be derived from the Compound word in the Gaelic language, Tur-ri-ish, which translated into English, signifies, a rising ground near a water, such a rising ground there

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores

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Dores - in situation column there is an asterisk with note - See additional remarks in page 2 - there is also an asterisk in Descriptive remarks column.

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