List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BORLUM BRIDGE Borlum Bridge George Smith Teacher
Mr McDougal Teacher
Revd [Reverend] Angus Macrea
County Collectors Return 1866
029 This name applies to a good stone and lime Co. [County] bridge of two arches, Each arch has a span about twelve yards and an Elevation of about Eighteen feet above the leval of the River bed. It is situated on the County Road leading from Drumnadrochit to Fort-agustus and across the River Coiltie It is on the property of Earl of Seafield Castle Grant, Grantown Co. [County] Inverness. This Is a County Bridge.
CNOCAN BURRA Cnocan Burra Mr McDougal Teacher
James Grant Blairbeg
Revd. [Reverend] Angus Macrea
029 This name applies to a small private Burying ground belonging to the Grants of Corriemony and Redcastle the first person interred in it was named John Burra and was a relative of the Grants it was first used about the year 1680 It is situated mid way between Drumnadrochit and Balmacaan House Meaning Burras Hill

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