List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STONE CIRCLE [Knockanterrach] Stone Circle Mr. D. Whyte
Mr. D, Barron
Mr. J.C. Stewart
019 Supposed to be Druidical remains, it is on an oval form, and consists of 18 small upright stones on the outside, and one in the centre, it was originally on the east side of the fence, but some years ago it was removed to its present position, and the stones, as near as possible placed in their original form, it is on the property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie Castle.
TOR POINT Tor Point Mr, D. Whyte
Mr. D. Barron Factor & Forester Dores
Mr. H. Shaw Dores
019 The name applies to a conspicuous bend on the eastern shore of Loch Ness about ½ mile west of the village of Dores. Col. [Colonel] Fraser Tytler, proprietor, Aldourie Castle.

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County of Inverness -- Ph [Parish] of Dores

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Stone Circle - written beneath this entry - Removed from East to West side of the fence & Old English

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