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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BALMORE Balmore
Balmore
Balmore
Balmore
Rent Receipt
Peter McDonald Tenant
County Valuation Roll for 1866-7
Mr Stables. Factor
007 A farm House, and another dwelling house, one storey high, with offices attached, thatched, and in fair repair
The Earl of Cawdor proprietor
LOCH OF BOATH Loch of Boath
Loch of Boath
Loch of Boath
Loch of Boath
Mr Peter McDonald, Balmore
Mr John Gordon Whitefold
Mr Milne, BalmaKiver
Mr Stables, Factor, Cawdor
007 A small loch surrounded by a young fir wood, and a short distance West of Balmore farm house. It is about a quarter of a mile in length, and about half that distance in width. It is on the Earl of Cawdor's property
WHITEFOLD Whitefold
Whitefold
Whitefold
Whitefold
Rent Receipt
Mr John Gordon, Tenant
Mr McDonald, Balmore
Mr Stables, Factor
007 A farm house one storey high, with suitable offices attached, the whole thatched and in good state of repair. The Earl of Cawdor proprietor

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County of Nairn -- Sheet 7 Trace 6, -- Cawdor Ph. [Parish]

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