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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAR'S STONE Char's Stone
Char's Stone
Char's Stone
Rev [Reverend] Angus McRae Free Church Manse Drumnadrochit
D. Duff Esqr. Factor, Bank of Scotland Union Street Inverness
Mr. William McDonnell, Midton, Lakefield by Drumnadrochit
028 This name applies to a Standing Stone about four feet high three feet broad and two feet thick There is a tradition in the district that this stone marks the grave of one of the King of Denmark's Sons named Char, nothing further appears to be Known about the history of this stone It is the property of The Chisholm of Erchless Castle
GLACKCHOILE Glackchoile
Glackchoile
Glackchoile
Rev [Reverend] Angus McRae
Mr. William McDonnell
D. Duff Esqr. Factor Bank of Scotland Inverness
028 A farm house two Stories high with suitable out offices the whole are thatched and in fair repair It is the property of the Chisholm of that Ilk Erchless Castle by Beauly [Initials] N.B.

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County of Inverness -- Ph. [Parish] of Urquhart & Glenmoriston

Char's Stone, note: "[Clach a' Chàirn - Name crossed out] As the meaning given in the Description does not agree with the Gaelic name Supplied the name has been again referred to the final examiner who states that it is well known in the locality by the name of Char's Stone."

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