List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STEEL'S MOUNT Steel's Mount
Steel's Mount
Steel's Mount
Arthur Forbes Esqr. of Culloden
Duncan Forbes Esqr. Culloden House
Mr. John MrGillivray, Schoolmaster
004 A small mound in a very commanding position, covered with Scotch fir which were planted by John Steel, A servant of the Lord President Forbes - from whom the name is derived. Property of Arthur Forbes Esqr. of Culloden.
Culloden School
Culloden Free Church School
Arthur Forbes Esqr. of Culloden
Duncan Forbes Esqr. Culloden House
Mr. John McGillivray, Schoolmaster
004 The old schoolhouse is being removed and a new building marked out, as shewn on trace, the plans of which promise a handsome edifice. At present, tuition is temporarily conducted in another building. Both sexes attend - the average being 80, and Latin and mathematics are sometimes taught as well as the ordinary rudimentary branches of education. It is aided by a Government grant; and, though connected with the Free Church, is attended by children of all denominations.

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