List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAGAN RIGH Creag an Righ
Creag an Righ
Creag an Righ
Revd [Reverend] Evan Gordon Grantown
Mr Evan McBean Ground Officer
Mr Alexander Grant Auchnahannet
029 A high rugged hill over which the boundary between the County of Inverness and the Detached part No.2 of the County of Elgin runs. Its signification is "Craig of the King". Property of the Earl of Seafield.
Càm Sgriob
Càm Sgriob
Revd [Reverend] Evan Gordon
Revd [Reverend] Evan McBean
Mr. Alexander Grant
029 A prominent hill on the same ridge and about one mile eastward of "Creag an Righ" The County Boundary between Inverness and Elgin Detached No. [number] 2 also passes over it. The name means "Crooked Furrow Property of the Earl of Seafield.
Auchnahannet Burn
Auchnahannet Burn
Revd [Reverend] Evan Gordon
John Smith Esq. Factor Grantown
Mr Evan McBean
029 A considerable burn having its source near to the farmsteading of Easter Ryneckra and flowing in a south westerly direction until it joins the "River Dulnan" near to the "Mill of Muckrach" - It also forms part of the boundary between the parish of Duthil and Rothiemurchus, and the parish of Cromdale Inverallan and Advie for a portion of it.

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County of Elgin -- Parish of Cromdale Inverallan and Advie

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