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AN DUN 009
CHAPEL OF EASE [Struy] Chapel of Ease
Chapel of Ease
Chapel of Ease
Mr McCorkadale
Mr McIntosh
Revd Hugh McPherson, minister
009 This is a neatly built church ereacted by the Chisholm in 1836 and although belonging ti the Scottish Established church, the minister is entirely supported by The Chisholm. the building is slated and kept in good condtion. it is on the This chisholm of Chisholm Estate.
CHISHOLM ARMS HOTEL [Struy] Chisholm Arms Hotel
Chisholm Arms Hotel
Chisholm Arms Hotel
Mr Urquhart, Tenant,
Mr McCorkadale
Mr McIntosh, Schoolmaster
009 This is a long building two stories high, with offices attached, the former being slated, and the latter partly thatched and partly composed of wood, the whole in fair order.
The Chisholm of Chisholm, proprietor, Erchless Castle by Beauly
FORT (Ruins of) [An Dun] An Dun
An Dun
An Dun
Rev A.D.McKenzie
Mr McCorkadale
Mr Urquhart,
Mr Sargent, Gamekeeper Ivy Cottage
009 This is a small eminence having on its summit a circular fort, formed of dry stones, the walls of which were very thick, but are now almost all knocked down. Its said to have been built by the Picts, It is on the The Chisholm of Chisholm estate and lies about 1/8 of a mile north of the church.

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