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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BALFREISH (In Ruins) Balfreish (In Ruins)
Balfreish (In Ruins)
Balfreish (In Ruins)
William Grigor Esq
Mr Dougall
Mr Leslie
011 Is applied to the remains of a farmdwelling and offices situated about half a mile westward of Aitnoch to which farm it is now joined. Property of Mr Dougall Glenferness.
HILL OF AITNOCH Hill of Aitnoch
Hill of Aitnoch
Hill of Aitnoch
William Grigor Esq
Mr Leslie
Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie
011 A large hill over the east side of which the boundary between this county and that of Elgin runs. It is covered with heather and is in some places rather rocky & broken. The property of the Earl of Murray & Mr Dougall.
LOCHAN TUTACH Lochan Tùtach
Lochan Tùtach
Lochan Tùtach
Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie
Rev: [Reverend] Mr Macleod
Mr Leslie
011 This is a small sheet of water lying on the muir at the south eastern extremity of Ardclach Ph.[Parish] It signifies The "Dirty Little Loch"

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County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach

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