Inverness-shire Mainland volume 22

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/17/22/1 DORES [parish] Dores Dores Dores Dores Dores Dores Dores 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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OS1/17/22/1 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.
OS1/17/22/2 LOCH BUNACHTON Loch Bunachton Loch Bunachton Loch Bunachton Mr MacKintosh, Balnacraig Mr. D. Whyte, Cullaird Mr. McDonald, Bunachton 020 A considerable mountain loch situated on the north eastern side of the parish of Dores, and forming a portion of the boundary between the aforesaid Ph. [Parish] and the Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity. The property of The Mackintosh and Rose Innes esq. Banff.
OS1/17/22/2 [Page] 2 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores Parish of Dores (Continued) There is in the parish, whose sides are washed by Loch Ness, in the high Ground there are several lakes and mountains, to the estend of which the arable land bears but a very small proportion
OS1/17/22/2 Note on page - The Parish of Dores is in two separate parts one of which is Detached. The greater part or main body of the parish contains the Church and Village of Dores, the detached portion lies on the south east bank of Loch Ness and is situated within the parish of Boleskin and Abertarff in sheet 54. A detached part of the parish of Boleskine and Abertarff lies between the parishes of Dores (Proper) and Daviot and Dunlichity in Sheet 42
OS1/17/22/3 NESSCASTLE MILL (Corn) Nesscastle Mill (Corn) Nesscastle Mill (Corn) Nesscastle Mill (Corn) Mr. A. Clark Miller James McBain Mr. James McIntosh 011 A small corn Mill worked by water power and situated on the east bank of the River Ness. The property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle near Inverness.
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OS1/17/22/3 North Lyne - For authorities and description of these names see name Book for 6 inch Sheets 42 & 55. Lyne of Gorthlick - For authorities and description of these names see name Book for 6 inch Sheets 42 & 55. Moorland Cottage - For authorities and description of these names see name Book for 6 inch Sheets 42 & 55. Post Office - For authorities and description of these names see name Book for 6 inch Sheets 42 & 55. Gorthlick - For authorities and description of these names see name Book for 6 inch Sheets 42 & 55.
OS1/17/22/4 MILLTON Millton Millton Millton Mr. D, Whyte Mr. D. Japp Mr McDonald 011 A one Storey Cottage in good repair used as a fishing lodge, The property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle by Inverness.
OS1/17/22/4 4 County of Inverness Parish of Dores
OS1/17/22/4 Note on page - River Ness - For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Inverness and Bona Parish Loch Ness - For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet No. 30 Written on the Margin of Plans
OS1/17/22/5 CULLAIRD Cullaird Cullaird Cullaird Cullaird Cullaird Culaird Mr. D. Whyte Mr. McBain Mr. D. Japp Mr. McDonald List of County Voters for 1865-66 New Statistical Account 011 A one storey farm-house with outbuildings attached, slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle by Inverness
OS1/17/22/5 NEWTON Newton Newton Newton Newton Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Japp Mr. McDonald Mr. J. McBain 011 A one Storey farmhouse with outbuildings attached, in good repair. The property of Lord Saltoun Ness Castle by Inverness
OS1/17/22/5 NESSPARK Nesspark Nesspark Nesspark Nesspark Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Japp Mr. McDonald Mr. McBain 011 A two storey farmhouse with outbuildings attached. Slated and in middling repair. The property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle by Inverness
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OS1/17/22/6 LAGGAN BURN Laggan Burn Laggan Burn Laggan Burn Laggan Burn Mr. McBain Mr. D. Japp Mr. McDonald Mr. D. Whyte 011 ; 019 This name applies a small stream formed by the drainage of few farms in the vicinity of Laggan Cottage it flows in a northerly direction until it joins the River Ness, North of the above mentioned cottage.
OS1/17/22/6 LAGGAN COTTAGE Laggan Cottage Laggan Cottage Laggan Cottage Laggan Cottage Mr. D. Whyte Mr. McDonald Mr. D. Japp Mr. McBain 011 A two storey house with offices attached slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle by Inverness
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OS1/17/22/7 CULLAIRD SCHOOL Cullaird School Cullaird School Cullaird School Cullaird School Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster Mr. D. Japp, Farmer Mr. H, McDonald Mr. James McBain 012 A one storey house with residence for schoolmaster, all in good repair, the schoolmaster is paid partly by the General Assembly and partly from the Government allowances, average attendance 80.
OS1/17/22/7 CULLAIRD WOOD Cullaird Wood Cullaird Wood Cullaird Wood Cullaird Wood Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Japp Mr. H. McDonald Mr. James McBain 011 ; 012 A considerable Fir Wood situate close by the Parish boundary between Inverness & Dores. It is the property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle.
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OS1/17/22/8 BALMORE Balmore Balmore Balmore Bolmore Mr. D. Japp Mr. H. McDonald Mr. J. McBain Mr. D. Whyte 011 A one Storey farmhouse, slated and in good repair with outbuildings attached, The property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle.
OS1/17/22/8 SCANIPORT Scaniport Scaniport Scainaport Scaniport Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Japp Mr. H. McDonald Mr. J. McBain 011 A small village 4 miles south of Inverness consisting of a Blacksmith shop, Carpenters shop and a few cottages which are one storey high, in general good repair and the property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle near Inverness.
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OS1/17/22/8 Scaniport - listed twice on table
OS1/17/22/9 ALLT A' CHASAIN Allt a' Chasain Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. Smith Mr. D. Kennedy 019 This name signifies "Burn of the path, and in applied to a small steam which collects a short distance north of Drumashie and flows in a north westerly direction until it forms with Allt na Sruthlaig a short distance South of Balnafroig forming Laggan Burn.
OS1/17/22/9 BALLANDARROCH Ballandarroch Mr. D, Whyte Mr.\D.\Kennedy Mr. William Webster Mr. James Smith Keeper 019 Applied to a two storey farmhouse, with suitable outbuildings attached all slated and in good repair, Lord Saltoun, proprietor Ness Castle, near Inverness.
OS1/17/22/9 CAMBUSLOCHY BAY Cambuslochy Bay Mr. D, Whyte Cullaird Mr. D. Kennedy Farmer, Dores Mr. William Webster Farmer Antfield 019 This name is aplied to a small bay, situated on the east side of Loch Dochfour, and about ½ a mile north of Bona Ferry.
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OS1/17/22/10 ALLT LOCHAN AN FHEOIR Allt Lochan an Fheòir Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. William Webster 019 This name signifies "Burn of the small loch of the Grass" and is applied to a small stream which collects on Drumashie Moor about ½ a mile east of Kinchyle and flows in a north westerly direction until it joins Allt na Sruthlaig a short distance north of Kinchyle.
OS1/17/22/10 KINCHYLE Kinchyle Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. William Webster Mr. J. Smith 019 A two storey farmhouse with commodious outbuildings attached all in good repair. The property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle near Inverness.
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OS1/17/22/11 BALNAFROIG Balnafroig Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. J. Smith 019 A one storey farmhouse with suitable offices attached, all in good repair, Lord Saltoun proprietor. Ness Castle.
OS1/17/22/11 MIDTOWN Midtown Mr. D, Whyte Mr. D, Kennedy Mr. J. Smith 019 A small one storey farm house with offices attached all in good repair, the property of Lord Saltoun of Ness Castle near Inverness.
OS1/17/22/11 STONE CIRCLE (Remains of) [Balnafroig] Stone Circle (Remains of Balnafoig) Mr. D, Whyte Mr. D, Kennedy Mr. J. Smith 019 Supposed to be Druidical remains, it appears to have originally consisted of three concentric circles, the outer circle consists of 9 stones four of which are standing, the middle circle of 31, twelve of which are standing, the iner circle of 8 all down in
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OS1/17/22/12 STRATH DORES Strath Dores Mr. D, Whyte Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. William Webster Mr. D. Barron Acting Factor & Forester Dores 011 ; 012 ; 019 ; 030 This name applies to a cultivated Strath, which also forms a portion of Glen Albyn, it extends in the South to Cullaird on the north and is bound on the east by Drumashie Moor and on the west, by Loch ness. The property of Lord Saltoun and Colonel Tytler,
OS1/17/22/12 [Page] 12 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores Stone Circle (Remains of) (Continued) in all 48 stones, those standing are from two to five feet in height, it is situated in a small belt of wood on the Dores Road about 5 miles from Inverness.
OS1/17/22/13 Site of CHAPEL [Aldourie] Site of Chapel Mr. D, Kennedy Mr. William Webster Mr. A. Gollan Antfield 019 Nothing is now known respecting this Chapel or its dedicatory name it is supposed to have had a burying ground in connection with it, as somtimes in ploughing over the spot flat stones are removed similar to those used in olden times for covering the grave, and some years ago portions of the foundations of the Chapel were brought to light by the same means.
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OS1/17/22/14 ALDOURIE PIER Aldourie Pier Mr. D, Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. D. Kennedy 019 A wooden erection on the east side of Loch Ness and about ½ a mile south of Aldourie Castle, for landing & Shipping goods and passengers, in connection with Steamers plying on Loch Ness
OS1/17/22/14 STONE BATTLE AXE FOUND HERE A.D. 1870 [Aldourie] Stone Battle axe found here A.D. 1870 Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. William Webster Mr. Stewart F.C. Schoolmaster Dores 019 This battleaxe was discovered by one of Mr. Webster's ploughmen whilst ploughing in a field about 18 Chains North of the farm steading of Antfield, it is now in the possession of Mr. Stewart, Free Church, Schoolmaster Dores.
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OS1/17/22/15 ANTFIELD Antfield Mr Webster, Tenant Mr T. C. Stewart Revd. [Reverend] A. McPherson. 019 A large farm house, two stories high having offices detached, a short distance they are both slated, and in very good condition. Lord Saltoun, proprietor Ness Castle, near Inverness.
OS1/17/22/15 DARES Dares Mr Kennedy, Tenant & sub-factor Revd. [Reverend] A McPherson Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton 019 This is a large, and neatly built farm house, two stories high, having suitable offices a short distance from the house, they are both slated, and in thorough repair Property of Lord Saltoun Ness Castle
OS1/17/22/15 DOURAG BURN Dourag Burn Mr Kennedy, Sub-factor Mr Webster, Antfield Mr J.C. Stewart 019 This is a small hill farm, which rises in a moss about a mile to the east of Dares farm house and running westward until it enters the north end of Loch ness near Aldourie It goes under the co [county] road near Dares farm steading until it enters the loch.
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OS1/17/22/16 ALDOURIE CASTLE Aldourie Castle Aldourie Castle Aldourie Castle Aldourie Castle Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor & tenant Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Mr J. C. Stewart Mr. D, Barron, Acting Factor, & Forester Dores 019 This is a beautiful mansion house three stories, situated at the side, and near the NE [North East] end of Loch Ness. The offices are very extensive, and lie about a quarter of a mile to the south; they are slated, and together with Aldourie in the best condition Col [Colonel] Tytler proprietor & occupier.
OS1/17/22/16 HIGHFIELD Highfield Highfield Highfield Mr Websterm Antfield Revd. [Reverend] A. McPherson Mr. J.C. Stewart 019 This name is applied to a smithy, and two dwelling houses, all one storey high thatched, and in good repair. The houses are occupied by day labourers, and are attached to Antfield Farm. Property of Lord Saltoun, Ness Castle.
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OS1/17/22/17 ALLT GARBH Allt Garbh Allt Garbg Allt Garbh Mr Kennedy Mr. J.C. Stewart Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster Culaird, Dores 019 This is a hill burn, which rises in the hills to the East of Dares farm house, and falling in a westerly direction, until it crosses the county road near Dares, after which, its name changes to Dourag Burn It means Rough Burn.
OS1/17/22/17 BONA FERRY Bona Ferry Bona Ferry Bona Ferry Mr. J.C. Stewart Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Rev [Reverend] A. McPherson 019 This ferry is for foot passengers only, and is situated at the extreme north end of Loch Ness. The distance or length of the ferry is about 200 feet.
OS1/17/22/17 SCHOOL School School School Mr J.C. Stewart Master Revd [Reverend] James McNaughton Mr Kennedy, Dores 019 This is the parish school, which is a neat building, with dwelling house and offices attached, all being slated and in good order. The ordinary branches only, are taught Average attendance 58 Lord Saltounm proprietor as heritor,
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OS1/17/22/18 ALLT NA SRUTHLAIG Allt na Sruthlaig Mr. D, Kennedy Mr. D. White Mr. William Webster 019 This name signifies "Burn of the Spout or small Brook" and is applied to a small stream which collects on the western side of Drumashie Moor and flows in a north westerly direction until it joins with Allt a' Chasain in forming Laggan Burn
OS1/17/22/18 BONA Bona Bona Bona Mr Barron, Dores Revd. [Reverend] McPherson F.C. Manse Mr J C Stewart Ph. [Parish] School 019 This name is given to a cottar house, and crofters house, both one storey high, thatched, and in fair order. Lord Saltoun proprietor Ness Castle.
OS1/17/22/18 GELLIESTANCE Gelliestance Gelliestance Gelliestance Mr Barron, Factor, Dores Mr J.C. Stewart Revd. [Reverend] A McPherson 019 This name applies to a neat cottagem the residence of a gamekeeper, one storey high, slated and in thorough repair. It is the property of a Col [Colonel] Tytler of Aldourie Castle.
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OS1/17/22/19 DRUMASHIE MOR Drumashie Moor Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. J. Smith Mr D, Kennedy 011 ; 012 ; 019 ; 020 ; 030 This name applies to an extensive tract of moorland, a portion of which has been brought under cultivation, it extends from West Drumashie on the South to the Woods of Leys and Essich on the north and is bounded on the west by Clune Wood and Strath Dores and on the east by Loch Ashie and the burn running out of Loch Ashie called Allt Mór, the property of Lord Saltoun Ness Castle and Aldourie Castle. The name is derived from the Gaelic words Druim as-sith which signifies the ridge of Dispeace or the Highling Ridge. This moor extends to the north as far as the Boundary between the parishes of Dores and Inverness and Bona at a belt of wood near the farmsteading of Essich, stretching from thence in an easterly direction along the south side of an extensive Fir plantation which, plantation bounds Leys Moor on the south.
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OS1/17/22/20 DRUMASHIE Drumashie Drumashie Drumashie Drumashie Mr Kennedy, Factor, Dares Mr J.C. Stewart Ph. [Parish] School Mr D. Whyte Mr H. Shaw 019 This is a large house, with farm steading attached, the house is two stories high, and both it and the steading are slated, and in excellent repair, the house belongs to the farmer, but is let as a shooting lodge in summer. Lord Saltoun, proprietor Ness Castle
OS1/17/22/20 FLINT ARROW HEADS FOUND HERE A.D. 1863 [Drumashie] Flint Arrow Heads found here A.D. 1863 019 In 1863 whilst the men who were making the Road leading from the main road to Drumashie they turned up several Flint Arrow heads at the spot marked on trace about 18 chains east of the above mentioned place.
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OS1/17/22/21 [Page] 21 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores Big Burn - For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Inverness Parish - Sheet 20 Plan 5 General Wade's Military Road - For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Daviot and Dunlichity Parish 1/2500 Work - Sheet 11. Plan 12. & 16 Sheet 12. Plan 9 Sheet 19. Plan 3,4,7,11,14,15 Sheet 30. Plan 2. Creag an Aodainn - For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Daviot and Dunlichity Parish 1/2500 Work - Sheet 30. Plan 16. Glen Albyn - For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 6 inch Name Book of Sheet 30 & 31 - Sheet 11. Plan 12. 15 & 16 Sheet 12. Plan 9 & 13 Sheet 19. Plan 3. 4. 7. 8. 10. 11. & 15 30. 2. & 3. and Six Inch Plan 30
OS1/17/22/22 ALLT AN TIGHE DHUIBH Allt an Tighe Dhuibh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. William Wester 019 This name signifies "Burn of the Black Bothy", and is applied to a small stream which is formed by the water of the Drain which flows from the Dam at the farm steading of Drumashie, it then flows in a north westerly direction until it joins Allt Lochan an Fheòir
OS1/17/22/22 ALLT MOR Allt Mòr Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. McIntosh Dores 019 ; 020 This name signifies "Big Burn" and is applied to a stream which flows from Loch Ashie in a north westerly direction until it reaches the bridge near Drummond from which point it is called holm Burn until it joins the River Ness.
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OS1/17/22/23 CAIRN [Druim As-sith] Cairn 019 In a Fir Wood East of Druim as-sith on trace 2
OS1/17/22/23 DRUIM AS-SITH Druim as-sith Mr. D. Whyte Rev [Reverend] J. McNaughton Mr. D. Barron 019 This name signifies "Ridge of Dispeace or of the fight, Quarrel or Broil" and is applied to a Heathy Ridge situated about a ¼ of a mile west of Loch Ashie, this ridge and the surrounding moor, is supposed to have been the scene of many engagements between Caterane, or in other words Cattle Stealers, and their pursuers, as this was the direct route to the south, it is also said to have been the place at which a battle was fought between the Danes and Fingal. The following Extract is from the Old Statistical Account "Tradition Reports, that Fingal, so much celebrated in Ossian's poems. here engaged in battle Ashie, the Son of the Norwegian King, and killed him, which gave the name of Drumashi, or Ashi's Hill, to the scene where this event happened. The inhabitants point out the chair where Fingal rested on the occasion". This chair will be described on another name sheet, no particulars can be obtained in the parish or neighbourhood , respecting Ashi, the son of the Norwegian King, but my authorities are of opinion that the name signifies "Ridge of Dispeace" and not as stated in Statistical Account.
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OS1/17/22/24 EILEAN NAN FAOILEAG Eilean nan Faoileag Mr. D. Whyte Mr. H. Shaw 019 A small island situated in loch Ashie, name signifies "Island of the Sea Gulls.
OS1/17/22/24 LOCH ASHIE Loch Ashie Loch Ashie Loch Ashie Mr. D. Whyte Mr D. Barron Mr. John Colvin Midtown 020 A large fresh water loch situated immediately east of Drumashie Wood the property of the following gentlemen viz Lord saltoun, Col. [Colonel] Tyler. The Mackintosh and Rose Innes esq.
OS1/17/22/24 NORTHTOWN Northtown Northtown Northtown Ewan Shaw, Tenant Mr J.C. Stewart, Ph. [Parish] School, Dores A. Penrose Hay esq 020 This is a small farm house one storey high, with the usual office houses attached the whole of which are thatched and only in a middling state of repair Rose Innis Esqr. Banff proprietor
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OS1/17/22/25 DORES [village] Dores Dores Dores Mr J.C. Stewart Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Revd. [Reverend] A. McPherson 019 This name is given to a few houses, which include a public house, post office church, mill, and several dwelling houses; all of which are one storey high, and for the most part thatched and in a fair state of repair Dores is situated at the NE end of Loch Ness, and on the road leading from Inverness to Stratherrick, and seven and a half miles from the former place It is entirely on the property of Col [Colonel] Tytler of Aldourie Castle
OS1/17/22/25 DORES INN Dores Inn Dores Inn Dores Inn Mr Stewart Tenant Mr J.C. Stewart Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton 019 This is a moderately sized house, two stories high, and having stabling and other offices attached, and in good order Col [Colonel] Tytler proprietor, Aldourie Castle.
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OS1/17/22/26 FREE CHURCH [Dores] Free Church Free Church Free Church Revd [Reverend] A McPherson Mr H.C. Stewart. Ph. [Parosh] School Revd. [Reverend] J. Mcnaughton Parish Manse 019 This is a large building situated about 1½ miles north of Dores, erected in [?????] and seated to contain [?????] It is slated and in very good order.
OS1/17/22/26 KNOCKCHURRALT Knockchurralt Knockchurralt Knockchurralt Mr J.C. Stuart Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Revd. [Reverend] A. McPherson Mr. D. Barron, Factor 019 This name is given to a small farm house, one storey, with offices attached, the whole of which are thatched and in fair condition Col. [Colonel Tytler, proprietor. Aldourie Castle.
OS1/17/22/26 MANSE [Free Church, Dores] Manse Manse Manse Revd. [Reverend] Allan McPherson, Minister Mr J.C. Stewart, Revd. [Reverend] James McNaughton 019 This is a large house, two stories high, slated, and in excellent repair Col [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie, properietor
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OS1/17/22/26 Free Church - Year erected [????] and seated to contain [????] missing from descriptive text Manse - Note written in red in List of names as written column - It is superfluous to prefix Free Church to this name.
OS1/17/22/27 CHURCH [Dores] Church Church Church Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton, Minister Revd. A. McPherson Mr J.C. Stewart 019 This is the parish church and is a substantial oblong building, which was built about 1820, and is seated to accommodate 450 hearers It is slated, and kept in good repair, Property of the heritors.
OS1/17/22/27 CLUNE Clune Clune Clune Mr McIntosh, Tenant Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Mr. J. C. Stewart. 019 A farm house two stories high, and having extensive office buildings attached; the former is slated, and the latter thatched; the whole in excellent repair Col [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor, Aldourie Castle.
OS1/17/22/27 MANSE [parish, Dores] Manse Manse Manse Revd. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Revd. [Reverend] A. McPherson Mr J.C. Stewart 019 This is a neat building two stories high having suitable offices attached the whole being slated and in excellent state of repair. Property of the Heritors.
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OS1/17/22/28 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.
OS1/17/22/28 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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OS1/17/22/28 Stone Circle - written beneath this entry - Removed from East to West side of the fence & Old English
OS1/17/22/29 AN TORR An Tòrr Mr.D.Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Shaw 019 The name signifies "The Knowe" and is applied to a wooded eminence on the eastern shore of Loch Ness and about ½ a mile west of the village of Dores. Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor Aldourie Castle
OS1/17/22/29 GLEBE Glebe Ref. [Reverend] J. McNaughton Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Shaw 019 Lands belonging to the established Church, the Bay of the original Glebe is colored on trace in red, but there has been an exchange, and the present Glebe includes the plot of ground No. 2 and colored Blue, instead of the house, garden and plot of ground No. 1 colored blue on trace
OS1/17/22/29 KNOCKANERRACH Knockanerrach Mr, William Fraser, Tenant Mr. D. Barron Mr. D. Whyte 019 This name applies to a small two storey cottage in good repair. The property of Colonel Fraser Tytler of Aldourie Castle
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OS1/17/22/30 ALLT DA LINNE Allt na h-Ailme Allt Ailein Allans Burn Allt da' Linne Burn fo the two Pools at bottom of Cascade Mr. D. Whyte Mr, D, Barron Mr, D, White on referring to the name a second time Mr. Mackenzie of Drummon through whose property it passes. He having called at O.S.O. Inverness condemmed the first and second name and being a native says the latter is the correct name, 019 This name signifies "Burn of the Elm" and is applied to a small stream which is formed immediately east of the farm steading of Drummond by the junction of 3 streamlets it then flows in a north westerly direction for about ¾ of a mile and joins Loch Ness
OS1/17/22/30 MERCHANTS STONE Marchants Stone Mr. D, Barron Mr. D, Whyte Mr, H. Shaw 019 This name applies to a large boulder situated about ½ a mile north of Wester Drumashie and immediately on the side of the road which leads from Stratherick to Inverness
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OS1/17/22/31 DRUMASHIE WOOD Drumashie Wood Mr. D. Barron Factor Mr, D, Whyte Mr. John Colvin Midtown 019 ; 030 A long and narrow belt of Fir Wood extending from Lochan nan Eun Ruadha on the South to the northern extermity of Loch Ashie which loch forms a portion of the eastern boundary, the joint property of Lord Saltoun, Ness Castle and Col. [Colonel] Fraser Tytler of Aldourie Castle.
OS1/17/22/31 INSH Insh A, Penrose Hay esq. Factor, Inverness Mr, H. Shaw Mr. D. Whyte 019 A small farm house one storey high, in good repair. The property of J.G. Rose Innes esq of Netherdale, Banff.
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OS1/17/22/32 EASTERTOWN Eastertown Eastertown Eastertown Alexander McIntosh Tenant Mr McDonald, Schoolmaster J.G. Stewart, Schoolmaster 019 A farm house one storey high, having out buildings attached; the whole thatched, and in middling repair. The McIntosh of Moy Hall Co [County] Inverness proprietor
OS1/17/22/32 MIDTOWN Midtown Midtown Midtown Rent Receipt Mr J.C. Stewart Ph. [Parish] School Dores Mr McDonald Schoolmaster Bunaughton 019 This a farm house one storey high, with offices attached, thatched, and in middling order. McIntosh of Moy Hall proprietors. Near the back of this house, there is a stone coffin, about 3 feet long by 2 feet broad, no person near the place can tell when it was first opened, or what it contained, It still lies embeded in the ground in the same position as it was found in 1830
OS1/17/22/32 STONE COFFIN FOUND HERE A.D. 1830 [Midtown]E Stone Coffin found here A.D. 1830 Rent Receipt Mr J.C. Stewart Ph. [Parish] School Dores Mr McDonald Schoolmaster Bunaughton 019 Near the back of this house, there is a stone coffin, about 3 feet long by 2 feet broad, no person near the place can tell when it was first opened, or what it contained, It still lies embeded in the ground in the same position as it was found in 1830
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OS1/17/22/33 MIDTOWN Midtown Midtown Midtown Midtown Mr. Masson tenant Kindrummond Thomas Mackenzie tenant Drummond Mr. C Stewart Ph. [Parish School Dores Valuation Roll 1869-70 019 This name applies to a dwelling house with offices attached, it is one storey high, thatched and in fair repair. It was formerly a distinct farm but now joined to the farm of Kindrummond. Col. [Colonel] F. Tytler Aldourie Castle Proprietor
OS1/17/22/33 POST OFFICE [Dores] Post Office Post Office Post Office Ref. [Reverend] J. McNaughton, Ph. [Parish] Manse Mr. J.C. Stewart, Ph. [Parish] School Mr. Evan McLeod, Tenant 019 A house in the village of Dores one storey high, thatched and in very good repair. It is a minor office subject to Inverness to which letters are despatched at 8"0 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted, and arrive at 5"10 p.m. Colonel F Tytler Aldourie Castle proprietor
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OS1/17/22/34 ALLT A' CHNUIC CHONAISG Allt a' Chnuic Chonaisg Allt a' Chnuic Chonaisg Allt a' Chnuic Chonaisg Mr John Fraser Midtown Mr Barron, Factor & Forester Mr. D. Whyte 019 This is a small crooked stream which rises near Midtown, and runs generally in a Westerly direction and is in length about one mile. It enters Loch Ness, about half a mile south of Dores village It means stream of the Whinny Hillock
OS1/17/22/34 CNOC LIATH Cnoc Liath Cnoc Liath Cnoc Liath Mr J. Fraser, Shepherd, Midtown Mr. Barron, Dores Mr. D, Whyte, 019 This name is given to a very small hill, which was formerly under cultivation, but is now covered with rough grass; I t is situated about half a mile north of Midtown. It is on the estate of Col [Colonel] Tytler Aldourie Castle It means, Grey Knoll
OS1/17/22/34 GLAC NA CEARDAICH Glac na Ceàrdaich Glac na Ceàrdaich Glac na Ceàrdaich Mr. John Fraser Midtown Mr. Barron Mr. D, Whyte 019 This name is applied to a small hollow in the Clune Wood, which lies about a mile South East of Dores. It is on Col [Colonel] Tytler's Estate It means, Smithy Hollow
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OS1/17/22/35 CLUNE WOOD Clune Wood Clune Wood Clune Wood Mr Barron Mr J C Stewart, Ph [Parish] School Mr John Fraser, Shepherd Midtown 019 This is a large square shaped wood of mixed timber, extending from the free church, in the north, to a fence near Dores Village in the south, and extending from the Invernes, and Dores road, on the west to near the high road from Inverness to Stratherick It is entirely on the property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler Aldournie Castle.
OS1/17/22/35 DIRR WOOD Dirr Wood Dirr Wood Dirr Wood Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Shaw 019 ; 030 This name applies to a considerable tract of Fir and Birch wood extending from Allt da` Linne in the South to Clune Wood on the north, and bounded on the west by Loch Ness and on the east by the farm lands of Drummond and Drumashie Moor, Property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie Castle.
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OS1/17/22/36 CLUNE BURN Clune Burn Clune Burn Clune Burn Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Shaw 019 This burn has its source at the Mill Dam which is situated in Glac na Ceardaich and flows in a north westerly direction until it reaches the Church in the village of Dores, it then takes a south westerly course until it joins Loch Ness a short distance north of Dores Inn, the water from this Burn also supplies the Corn Mill at Dores
OS1/17/22/36 DIRR COTTAGE Dirr Cottage Dirr Cottage Dirr Cottage Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Shaw 019 A small one storey housem thatched and in middling repair situated about ¼ of a mile south of the village of Dores. Col [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor Aldourie Castle
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OS1/17/22/38 CAIRNS [Buaile Chomhnard] Cairns Mr, D, Whyte Mr. A, McIntosh Eastertown Mr. H. Shaw 019 This name signifies "Straight or Level Fold" and is applied to an enclosure, nearly of a circular form, the wall of which is in a crumbling state, it appears to have been about 6 feet in height and about 4 or 5 feet wide and built with dry stone, it is generally supposed to have been a Fort, but from its position and aoppearance it has in all probability been a Cattle Fold. There is a smaller one on the edge of the wood, about 20 chains north of Supposed remains of Fort Called Buaile Chòmhnard, which is also supposed to be a fort, the walls being grwon over with heather giving it the appearance of a Sloping Bank, no reason can be assigned for this supposition unless it be the close proximity of several heaps of stones, or Cairns, which are supposed to mark the burying places of the slain.
OS1/17/22/38 Supposed Remains of FORT [Buaile Chomhnard] Supposed remains of Fort Called Buaile Chòmhnard Supposed remains of Fort Called Buaile Chòmhnard Supposed remains of Fort Called Buaile Chòmhnard Mr, D, Whyte Mr. A, McIntosh Eastertown Mr. H. Shaw 019 This name signifies "Straight or Level Fold" and is applied to an enclosure, nearly of a circular form, the wall of which is in a crumbling state, it appears to have been about 6 feet in height and about 4 or 5 feet wide and built with dry stone, it is generally supposed to have been a Fort, but from its position and aoppearance it has in all probability been a Cattle Fold. There is a smaller one on the edge of the wood, about 20 chains north of Supposed remains of Fort Called Buaile Chòmhnard, which is also supposed to be a fort, the walls being grwon over with heather giving it the appearance of a Sloping Bank, no reason can be assigned for this supposition unless it be the close proximity of several heaps of stones, or Cairns, which are supposed to mark the burying places of the slain.
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OS1/17/22/39 CAIRNS [Cathair Fhiona] Cairns Cairns Cairns Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Shaw 019 This name signifies "Fingal's Chair" and is applied to a portion of a rocky ridge consisting of flat Slabs which was until recently in form of an Arm Chair, and here it is supposed that Fingal sat to rest himself after his reputed engagement with Ashie the son of the Norwegian King, it is situated near the upper Road from Inverness to Stratherrick and about 100 yards South of the 8th Mile stone from Inverness, in the immediate vicinity are to be seen several heaps of stone or Cairns, which are supposed to mark the burying place of those slain in battle.
OS1/17/22/39 CATHAIR FHIONN Cathair Fhionn Cathair Fhionn Cathair Fhionn Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Shaw 019 This name signifies "Fingal's Chair" and is applied to a portion of a rocky ridge consisting of flat Slabs which was until recently in form of an Arm Chair, and here it is supposed that Fingal sat to rest himself after his reputed engagement with Ashie the son of the Norwegian King, it is situated near the upper Road from Inverness to Stratherrick and about 100 yards South of the 8th Mile stone from Inverness, in the immediate vicinity are to be seen several heaps of stone or Cairns, which are supposed to mark the burying place of those slain in battle.
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OS1/17/22/40 MAINS OF BUNACHTON Mains of Bunachton Mains of Bunachton Mains of Bunachton Rent Receipt Mr. D. Noble Tenant Mr. D, Macgillivray, Schoolmaster Farr. 020 A good sized farm, the dwelling house is one story thatched and in indifferent repair. The Offices are slated and of recent erection. Property of T. Gillycan Esqr. Netherdale, Banff
OS1/17/22/40 MIDTOWN Middleton Middleton Middleton Midtown Mr. D. Noble Mains of Bunachton Mr. D. Macgillivray Mr. J Fraser, Farr A Penrsoe Hay, esq. Factor 020 A small crofter's dwelling house one storey thatched and in very dilapitated state of repair Property of J. Gilycan Rose Innes Esq Netherdale, Banff
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OS1/17/22/41 CAIRN GOLLAN Cairn Gollan Cairn Gollan Cairn Gollan Mr. McDonald Schoolmaster Mr. D. Fraser, Milton 020 This is a small hill covered with heather, it is situated about a quarter of a mile to the West of Clach na Faire and the top of which forms part of the boundary betwixt this and the adjoining parish of Daviot and Dunlichity It is an Anglicised Gaelic name,
OS1/17/22/41 CLACH NA FAIRE Clach na Faire Clach na Faire Clach na Faire Mr, D, Fraser, Milton Mr. D. Fraser Knockbui Mr. D. Whyte 020 This name is given to a large round stone which lies on the top of Creag a`Chlachain, from which an extensive view is obtained, Formerly it was used as a place from the approach of an enemy could be signalled, hence the name. It stands on the Boundary betwixt this and the adjoining parish of Daviot and Dunlochity. It means Watching Stone
OS1/17/22/41 CREAG A' CHLACHAIN Creag a`Chlachain Creag a`Chlachain Creag a`Chlachain Mr. D. Fraser, Milton of Tordarroch Mr. D. Fraser, Knockbui Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster Culaird 020 This is a large hill, very rocky and having several craigs on its south and Eastern slopes and which is situated a short distance to the West of Dunlochity Church, and part of which lies in the Ph. [Parish] of Dores. It is partly on the estate of The Mackintosh of Moy Hall, It means Craig of the Church Yard.
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OS1/17/22/42 AN EITIGHEACH An Eitigheach An Eitigheach An Eitigheach An Eitigheach Mr. D. Fraser, Milton Mr. Matheson, Schoolmaster Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster Mr. McDonald, Schoolmaster Bunachton 020 This name is applied to a small stream which rises a short distance north east of Creag a`Chlachain, and running in a northerly direction for nearl a mile until it enters Loch Bunachton. It forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Dores, and Daviot and Dunlichity. It signifies Gullet or Windpipe
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OS1/17/22/43 CLACHINDRUIM Clachandrom Clachandrom Clachandrom Clachindruim Mr William Shaw, Tenant Mr McDonald, Schoolmaster Mr J.C. Stewart, Schoolmaster A. Penrose Hay esq. Factor Post Master - Inverness 020 This is a small farm house, one storey high, having suitable offices attached, all being thatched and in fair repair. The property of T.G. Rose Innes esq of Netherdale, Banff.
OS1/17/22/43 SCHOOL School School School Mr McDonald. Teacher Mr J.C. Stewart Ph [Parish] School Dores William Shaw, Clachindruim 020 This is a small school, with dwelling house attached one storey high, thatched and in good order. It is supported by the Highland Society, and by school fees, It was erected entirely for to give instruction in gaelic, but now, the rudimentary branches of English are all taught It is on the boundary between The McIntosh, and the estate of Bunaughton.
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OS1/17/22/44 BALNACRAIG Balnacraig Balnacraig Balnacraig Balnacraig Donald McIntosh, Tenant Mr McDonald, Schoolmaster Mr J.C. Stewart Schoolmaster A. Penrose Hay. esq. Factor Post Master Inverness 020 A small farm house one storey high, with barn byre and stabling attached; the whole are thatched, and only in very middling repair. J.G. Rose Innes esq of Netherdale, Banff proprietor.
OS1/17/22/44 CAOCHAN NAM PORAN Caochan nam Pòran Caochan nam Pòran Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. McIntosh Balnacraig 020 This name signifies "Burn of the small seeds" and is applied to a small mountain stream which collects about 20 chains south west of Clachindruim and flows in a north easterly direction until it joins the stream called An Eitigheach
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OS1/17/22/45 BALCHLADAICH Balchladaich Balchladaich Balchladaich Mr. D. Barron Mr. H. Masson Mr. D. Whyte 030 A one storey croft house with suitable outbuildings attached all in good repair, Col. [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie Castle, properietor
OS1/17/22/45 DRUMMOND Drummond Drummond Drummond Mr, J. McKenzie, tenant Mr. D. Barron Mr. J. Masson 030 A one storey farm house with suitable outbuildings attached all in good repair, Colonel Fraser Tytler of Aldourie Castle proprietor
OS1/17/22/45 ERCHITE WOOD Erchite Wood Erchite Wood Erchite Wood Mr. D. Barron Mr. J. Masson Mr. D. Whyte 030 Applies to a tract of Fir and Birch Wood extending along the eastern shore of Loch Ness from Coillemore on the South to Allt na h-Ailme on the north. Colonel Fraser Tytler of Aldourie Castle properietor.
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OS1/17/22/46 LOCHAN A' CHOIN Lochan a' Choin Lochan a' Choin Lochan a' Choin Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron Mr. J. Masson 030 This name signifies "Small loch of the Dog" and is applied to a small loch situated imediately South of Wester Drumashie, The property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie Castle.
OS1/17/22/46 LOCHAN NAN EUN RUADHA Lochan nan Eun Ruadha Lochan nan Eun Ruadha Lochan nan Eun Ruadha Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. Masson Mr. D, Barron 030 This name signifies "Small loch of the Red Birds" and is applied to a small loch situated about a ¼ of a mile west of Loch Dun na Seileheig. The property of Col. [Colonel] tytler, Aldourie Castle.
OS1/17/22/46 TORR AN DAIMH Tòrr an Daimh Tòrr an Daimh Tòrr an Daimh Tòrr an Daimh Mr. Fraser, Baille Mr. Masson Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Barron 030 A small emminence situated about ¼ of a mile east of Caisteal an Duin Riabhaich, the property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler, aldourie Castle. Name signifies "Ox Knowe".
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OS1/17/22/47 CAIRNS [Caisteal an Duin Riabhaich] Cairns Cairns Cairns Mr. D, Whyte Mr. J. Masson Mr. D. Barron 030 Immediately east of this mound there are several cairns, supposed to have marked the last resting place of the slain.
OS1/17/22/47 CAISTEAL AN DUIN RIABHAICH Caisteal an Dùin Riabhaich Caisteal an Dùin Riabhaich Caisteal an Dùin Riabhaich Mr. D, Whyte Mr. J. Masson Mr. D. Barron 030 This name signifies the "Castle on the speckled Mount" and is applied to a rocky eminence which appeared to have been fortified at its weakest point by two stone walls, as to vestiges of a castle there are none. It is generally supposed in the neighbourhood that it has been a rallying place for the Highland Caterans when driving the stolen cattle south if pursued and overtaken by the original owners of the cattle, the moor on which it is situated was supposed to have been the place where the different droves met . The following extract is taken from Old Statistical Account "At the distance of 3 miles from the lake are to be seen the vestiges of a fort, called Castal Dunriachan, which some reckon a corruption of Castal Dun Ri-Chuan or the Castle of the King of the ocean, aname which it is supposed to have got at the period when the King of Norway and Denmark was master of the sea". Immediately east of this mound there are several cairns, supposed to have marked the last resting place of the slain.
OS1/17/22/47 FORT (Remains of) [Caisteal an Duin Riabhaich] Fort Fort Fort Mr. D, Whyte Mr. J. Masson Mr. D. Barron 030 The following extract is taken from Old Statistical Account "At the distance of 3 miles from the lake are to be seen the vestiges of a fort, called Castal Dunriachan, which some reckon a corruption of Castal Dun Ri-Chuan or the Castle of the King of the ocean, aname which it is supposed to have got at the period when the King of Norway and Denmark was master of the sea"
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OS1/17/22/48 ASHIE MOOR Ashie Moor Mr. D. Barron Mr. J. Masson Mr. D. Whyte 019 ; 030 A small track of moorland lying between the arable land of the farm of Drummond and Loch Dun na Seileheig and bounded on the north by Drumashie moor and Dirr Wood. The property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler of Aldourie Castle
OS1/17/22/48 LOCH RUTHVEN Loch Ruthven Loch Ruthven Loch Ruthven Revd. [Reverend] A. McGillivray, Strath Nairn Duncan McGillivray, Schoolmaster, Croachy Duncan McIntosh, Lynrich 030 This name applies to a large sheet of water about four miles long by half a mile broad, the centre of the Loch, for a considerable portion is the boundary between the parishes of Dores, and Daviot and Dunlichity for about three miles.
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OS1/17/22/49 BALNAFOICH Balnafoich Balnafoich Balnafoich William Fraser, Tenant Mr. Mason, Kindrummond Mr. J.C. Stewart Ph. [Parish] School Dores 030 This name is applied to a small farm house, one storey high, with offices attached; all of which are slated, and in good repair. Col. [Colonel] F. Tytler Aldourie Castle proprietor
OS1/17/22/49 KINDRUMMOND Kindrummond Kindrummond Kindrummond Mr. John Mason, Tenant Mr. J.C. Stewart Valuation Roll - 1869-70 030 This name applies to a large farm house, one storey high, having extensive out buildings attached; all of which are slated and in excellent condition. The property of Col. [Colonel] F. Tytler Aldourie Castle
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OS1/17/22/50 CAOCHAN NAM BREAC Caochan nam Breac Caochan nam Breac Caochan nam Breac Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster, Culaird Mr. McIntosh, Tullich Mr. Fraser, Dalcrombie 030 A small hill stream which rises in that rocky range of hills lye on the south side of Loch Ruthven, It is about half a mile long and runs in a northerly direction until it enters Loch Ruthven near its middle and on tis northern side. It means Burn of the Trouts.
OS1/17/22/50 CRAIG RUTHVEN Craig Ruthven Craig Ruthven Craig Ruthven Mr. D. McIntosh Tyneriach Mr. D. McGillivray Dalriach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McGillivray Tomintoul 030 This a very large & very long craig which lies between Loch Ruthven & Strath Nairn. It lies to the south of, and runs parallel for nearly the whole length of Loch Ruthven. It belongws to several proprietors, and the boundary between the parishes of Dores and Daviot and Dunlichity. It is an Anglicised name.
OS1/17/22/50 WESTER DRUMASHIE Wester Drumashie Wester Drumashie Wester Drumashie William McKenzie, Tenant Mr. J.C. Stewart Mr. Joh Mason 030 A crofter's house, one storey high with offices attached the former is slated and the latter thatched both being in good repair Captain John Fraser, Balnairn, proprietor.
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OS1/17/22/51 22 OS1/17/22 51 NAME BOOK OF THE PARISH OF DORES ON 1/2500 SCALE IN THE CO [COUNTY] INVERNESS
OS1/17/22/52 52 INDEX to that part of the Parish of Dores on 1/2500 work Names of Objects -- Page Allt da` Linne -- 30 Aldourie Castle -- 16 Aldourie Pier -- 14 Allt a`Chasain -- 9 Allt a`Chnuic Chonaisg -- 34 Allt an Tighe Dhuibh -- 22 Allt Garbh -- 17 Allt Lochan an Fheòir -- 10 Allt Mor -- 22 Allt na Sruthlaig -- 18 An Eitigheach -- 42 Antfield -- 15 An Tòrr -- 29 Ashie Moor -- 45 Balchladaich -- 45 Ballandarroch -- 9 Balnacraig -- 44 Balnafoich -- 49 Balnafroig -- 11 Balmore -- 8 Big Burn -- 21 Bona -- 18 Bona Ferry -- 17 Cairn -- 23 Cairns -- 23 Cairns -- 38 Cairns -- 39 Cairns -- 47 Cairn Gollan -- 41 Cathair Fhionn -- 39 Caisteal an Dùin Riabhaich -- 47 Cambuslochy Bay -- 9 Caochan nam Breac -- 50 Caochan nam Pòran -- 44 Site of Chapel -- 13 Church -- 27 Clachindruim -- 43 Clach na Faire -- 41 Clune -- 27 Clune Burn -- 36 Clune Wood -- 35 Cnoc Liath -- 34 Creag an Aodain -- 21 Creag a`Chlachain -- 41 Craig Ruthven -- 50 Cullaird -- 5 Cullaird School -- 7 Cullaird Wood -- 7 Dares -- 15 Dores (Ph.) [Parish] -- 1 Dores -- 25 Dores Inn -- 25 Dourag Burn -- 15 Dirr Cottage -- 36 Dirr Wood -- 35 Drumashie -- 20 Drumashie Moor -- 19 Drumashie Wood -- 31 Druim as-sith -- 23 Drummond -- 45 Eastertown -- 32 Eilean nan Faoileag -- 24 Erchite Wood -- 45 Supposed Remains of Fort -- 38 Supposed remains of Fort called Buaile Chomhnard -- 38 Fort (Remains of) -- 47 Free Church -- 26 Gelliestance -- 18 Glac na Ceàrdaich -- 34 Glebe -- 29 Glen Albyn -- 21 General Wade's Military Road -- 21 Gorthlick -- 3 Highfield -- 16 Insh -- 31 Kinchyle -- 10 Kindrummond -- 49 Knockanerrach -- 29 Knockchurralt -- 26 Laggan Burn -- 6 Laggan Cottage -- 6 Lochan a`Choin -- 46 Lochan nan Eun Ruadha -- 46 Loch Ashie -- 24 Loch Bunachton -- 2 Loch Ness -- 4 Loch Ruthven -- 48 Lyne of Forthlick -- 3 Mains of Bunachton -- 40 Manse (Free Church) -- 26 Manse (Ph.) [Parish] -- 26 Merchants Stone -- 30 Midtown -- 11 Midtown -- 32 Midtown -- 33 Midtown -- 40
OS1/17/22/53 [page]53 [the information is listed in one column] Names of Objects--Page Millton--4 Moorland Cottage--3 Nesscastle Mill (Corn)--3 Nesspark--5 Newton--5 North Lyne--3 Northtown--24 Post Office--33 Post Office--3 River Ness--4 Scaniport--8 Shcool (Ph.) [Parish]--17 School--43 Stone Circle (Remains of)--11 Stone Circle--28 Strath Dores--12 Tòrr an Daimh--46 Tor Point--28 Wester Drumashie--50