Nairnshire volume 01

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/22/1/1 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
OS1/22/1/1 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
OS1/22/1/1 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
OS1/22/1/1 [page] 1 County of Nairn -- Sheet 7 Trace 6, -- Cawdor Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/2 HIGHLAND BOATH Highland Boath William Alexander Stables Esq. Factor Revd. [Reverend] William McPherson, Cawdor Mr. Macnaughton, Cawdor 007 ; 008 This name is applied to a small agricultural district about five miles south east of Cawdor. The property of the Earl of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/2 [page] 2 County of Nairn
OS1/22/1/3 BRAEVALL Braevall Braevall Braevall Mr Stables Estate Plan, Lachlan McDonald Tent. [Tenant] 007 A small dwelling house one storey high with outhouses attached, thatched and in middling repair The Earl of Cawdor proprietor
OS1/22/1/3 SLIABHGHERARIE Sliabhgherarie Sliabhgherarie Sliabhgherarie Rent Reciept Mr Stables, Factor Peter Grant 007 A small farm house, one storey high, with byres barns & stabling attached, the whole thatched and only in middling state of repair The Earl of Cawdor proprietor
OS1/22/1/3 [page] 3 County of Nairn -- Cawdor Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/3 Braevall - written beneath this entry on original page - on 1/2500
OS1/22/1/4 REHIRAN Rehiran Rehiran Rehiran Mr Stables Factor James McIntosh Tenant Estate Plan 007 A large farm house two storeys high with suitable offices attached, the whole slates and in good repair. It is on the Holme estate
OS1/22/1/4 WESTER BAREVAN Wester Barevan Wester Barevan Wester Barevan Rent Reciept Mr Stables Estate Plan 007 A farm house one storey high with offices attached the former slated and in excellent repair the latter thatched and also in good repair --- Rose Esq of Holme proprietor
OS1/22/1/4 [page] 4 County of Nairn -- Cawdor Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/4 Allt Dearg - on original page but has been crossed out, note written beneath this entry - For this name see 1/2500 name book p. 13 [Initials] Wester Barevan - note written beneath this entry on original page - On 1/2500 Plan Rehiran - note written beneath this entry on original page - On 1/2500 Plan
OS1/22/1/5 CAOCHAN DIR NA LAIR Caochan Dir na Lair Caochan Dir na Lair Caochan Dir na Lair Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr John Macnaughton Schoolmaster Cawdor Mr Hugh McBean Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge 007 This name is applied to a considerable stream rising (and formed by two head streams) on the north side of Carn Sgùman and flowing into Allt na Leacainn nearly parallel to Caochan a'Bhothain Duibh. It means "Rivulet of the Mare's Bog" "Du" being a provincialism for Bog.
OS1/22/1/5 [page] 5 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/5 Caochan a'Bhothain Duibh - in descriptive remarks the word Duibh has been circled and a note reads - The correct spelling with out the letter _h and ought not be aspirated after - n -
OS1/22/1/6 ALLT NA LEACAINN Allt na Leacainn Allt na Leacainn Allt na Leacainn Revd [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge 007 Signifying Stream of the Shelvey Ground, is applied to a burn having its source on the east side of Carn a' Crasgie and flowing into the Muckle Burn at Highland Boath.
OS1/22/1/6 CAOCHAN A' BHOTHAIN DUIBH Caochan a'Bhothain Dhuibh Caochan a'Bhothain Dhuibh Caochan a'Bhothain Dhuibh Revd [Reverend] Mr McPherson Cawdor Revd. [Reverend] Mr McLeod Ardclach Mr Hugh Macnaughton Schoolmaster Cawdor 007 This name means "Rivulet of the Black Bothy" it applies to an inconsiderable stream flowing from the north face of Carn Sgùman into Allt na Leacainn
OS1/22/1/6 [page] 6 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/6 Caochan a'Bhothain Dhuibh - written beneath this entry on original page - see page 5
OS1/22/1/7 ALLT DUBH Allt Dubh Allt Dubh Allt Dubh Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 007 A small stream rising south of westward of Dalchcharn and turning into Allt Dearg a short distance north of that farm. It means " Black Stream"
OS1/22/1/7 ALLT NA H-ATHAIS Allt na h-Athais Allt na h-Athais Allt na h-Athais Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron Dalcharn 006 ; 007 ; 009 This name is applied to a considerable stream which rises on the north east side of Beinn Bhuidhe, forms the boundary for about 2 miles between the parishes of Cawdor and Croy and Dalcross, and falls into Allt Dearg near the farm od Dalcharn. It means the "Stream of a place of Ease" or "Stopping place"
OS1/22/1/7 [page] 7 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/8 ALLT CHOIRE ODHAIR Allt Choire Odhair Allt Choire Odhair Allt Choire Odhair Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Cawdor Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron Dalcharn 007 This name is applied to a stream about ¾ of a mile long running into Allt na Athais. It means "Burn of the Dun Corry"
OS1/22/1/8 ALLT DEARG Allt Dearg Allt Dearg Allt Dearg Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Revd. [Reverend] Mr McLeod Ardclach Mr John Macnaughton Schoolmaster, Cawdor 007 ; 010 ; 005 Is applied to a very considerable stream formed by the confluence of Meur Mhinn and Meur Garbh. At the farm of Dalcharn it receives Allt na Athais and Allt Dubh. It means " Red Burn"
OS1/22/1/8 [page] 8 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/8 Allt Dearg - crossed out on original page - note beneath reads - This name to be retained [Initialled]
OS1/22/1/9 ALLT CREAG A' CHAIT Allt Creag a'Chait Allt Creag a'Chait Allt Creag a'Chait Revd [Reverend] Mr McPherson Cawdor Revd [Reverend] Mr McLeod Ardclach Mr John Macnaughton Schoolmaster, Cawdor 007 ; 010 This name which signifies "Burn of Cat's Craig" is applied to a pretty considerable stream rising at the north side of Càrn nan tri-tighearnan and in conjunction with one or two other streams forming the source of Riereach Burn.
OS1/22/1/9 CAOCHAN NAN SEANGAN 007
OS1/22/1/9 CAOCHAN NAN SEANGAN Coachan nan Seangan Coachan nan Seangan Coachan nan Seangan Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Mr. McBean, Gamekeeper, 007 ; 005 This name is applied to a small stream flowing into Riereach Burn nearly where that burn is joined by Allt an Iomall . It means "Stream" or "Stripe of the Ants".
OS1/22/1/9 [page] 9 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/10 ALLT AN IOMAILL Allt an Iomaill Allt an Iomaill Allt an Iomaill Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr John McLeod Mr. Hugh McBean Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge 007 This name applies to a stream rising on the moor about one mile south west of Creag an Daimh and flowing into Riereach Burn in a north easterly direction. It means "Border or outside Stream"
OS1/22/1/10 CREAG AN DAIMH Creag an Daimh Creag an Daimh Creag an Daimh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Ardclach Mr John Macnaughton Schoolmaster, Cawdor 007 ; 013 This name is given to a rocky hill on the westside of the head of Riereach Burn. It means the "Ox's Craig"
OS1/22/1/10 [page] 10 County of Nairn
OS1/22/1/10 Creag an Daimh - note written in Situation column - Trace 5 On the Boundary between the parishes of Cawdor Allt an Iomaill - note written in Situation column - Sheet 7 Trace 5 In the parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/11 CARN A' CHRASGAICH Càrn a' Chrasgie Càrn a' Chrasgie Càrn a' Chrasgie Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr .Hugh McBean 007 This name is applied to a large hill on the Cawdor estate. It means "Grassways Cairn or Hill"
OS1/22/1/11 CARN MAOL Càrn Maol Càrn Maol Càrn Maol Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 007 This name applies to a prominent hill situated about a mile westward of highland Boath. It means "Bald Cairn or Hill"
OS1/22/1/11 CNOCAN LETH NA SLIGHE Cnocan Leth na Slighe Cnocan Leth na Slighe Cnocan Leth na Slighe William Alexander Stables Esq. Factor Cawdor Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Mackenzie Mr .E. Murray 007 A small hillock situated on the side of the road leading from Cawdor to the Streens between the sixth and seventh milestone from Cawdor.It signfies the Halfway Hillock.
OS1/22/1/11 [page] 11 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor and Ardclach
OS1/22/1/11 Càrn Maol - note written in Situation column - Trace 6 In the parish of Cawdor - Càrn a' Chrasgie - note written in Situation column - Sheet 7 Trace. On the boundary between the parishes of Cawdor and Ardclach. Càrn a' Chrasgie - in List of names as written column the last three letters of the name have been crossed out and gaich ? written above.
OS1/22/1/12 CAOCHAN POLL NAN GABHAR Caochan Poll nan Gabhar Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Ardclach Mr. Hugh McBean Gamekeeper, Drynachan Lodge 007 A small stream rising about a mile eastward [of] Creag an Daimh and flowi[ng] north easterly. It means the "Rivulet of the Goat's Pool"
OS1/22/1/12 CAOCHAN A' GHAID Caochan a' Ghaid Caochan a' Ghaid Caochan a' Ghaid Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McBean Mr. John Macnaugton 007 This name is applied to a stream flowing north easterly from the west side of Càrn a' Chrasgie and together with another stream running south and parallel to Càrn Maol forms the source of the Muckle Burn. It means the stream of th[e] "Twisted Twigs"
OS1/22/1/12 [Page] 12 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/13 BURIAL GROUND [Glenferness House] Burial Ground (Private) Mr Leslie, Drumlochan 008 Situated on an eminence north ward of Glenferness House. It is used exclusively by the family - Mr. Dougall - proprietor.
OS1/22/1/13 COSE Cose Cose Cose William Alexander Stables Esq Factor Cawdor Castle Mr. John Campbell tenant Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Cawdor 007 A very small farmhouse having attached the usual accommodation, situated westward of Highland Boath. Property of the Earl of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/13 DALCHARN Dalcharn Dalcharn Dalcharn William Alexander Stables Esq Mr. Alexander McBean tenant Mr. Alexander Cameron, Gamekeeper, Dalcharn 007 This name is applied to a considerable farm steading and dwellinghouse, the former is partly slated and partly thatched, the latter is thatched, bothin fair condition. Property of Mr. Davidson, Cantray.
OS1/22/1/13 [page] 13 County of Nairn
OS1/22/1/13 Cose - note in situation column - In the Ph. [Parish] of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/14 [page] 14 [Blank Page]
OS1/22/1/15 BLACKFOLD Blackfold Blackfold Blackfold Blackfold Mr Milne, Balmakiver Mr McDonald, Newlands of Balmakiver Mr Gordon Whitefold Mr Stables Factor 008 Two cottar houses one storey high thatched, and in bad repair, The are attached to the Balmackiver farm, and for the use of the hired servants
OS1/22/1/15 RUMACHROY Rumachroy Rumachroy Rumachroy Rumachroy Rumachroy Rent Receipt Lease Mr Fraser, a tenant Val [Valuation] Roll 1866-7 Mr Stables, Factor Cawdor Castle, Cawdor 008 This name applies to two small farm houses, one storey high, with stables, barns byres etc. all thatched and in fair state of repair. The one nearest the Muckle Burn is on the Cawdor Property, and the other on the Lethen Estate
OS1/22/1/15 [page] 15 County of Nairn -- Ardclach Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/16 BALMACKIVER Balmackiver Balmackiver Balmackiver Balmackiver Rent Receipt Mr Donald Milne Tenant Mr Gordon, Whiteford Mr Stables Factor 008 A farm house one storey high, with numerous offices near, all thatched and only in middling repair The Earl of Cawdor proprietor
OS1/22/1/16 BOATH BRIDGE Boath Bridge Boath Bridge Boath Bridge Boath Bridge Mr Gordon, Whiteford Mr Milne Balmakiver Mr McDonald, Balmore Mr Stables, Factor 008 A small one arched bridge across the Muckle Burn, and on the military old road, from Dulsie Bridge to Cawdor, and distant about 5 miles from Cawdor, and 4 miles from Dulsie Bridge. This is not a County Bridge
OS1/22/1/16 NEWLANDS OF BALMACKIVER Newlands of Balmackiver Newlands of Balmackiver Newlands of Balmackiver Newlands of Balmackiver Rent Receipt, & Lease Mr McDonald, Tenant Val. [Valuation] Roll 1866-7 Mr Stables, Factor, Cawdor 008 A crofters dwelling house one storey high with offices attached, thatched and in fair repair. The Earl of Cawdor, Proprietor
OS1/22/1/16 [page] 16 County of Nairn -- Cawdor Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/16 Boath Bridge - written beneath this entry on original page - Stamp
OS1/22/1/17 CARN NA CAILLICH Càrn na Caillich Càrn na Caillich Càrn na Caillich Mr Harrold, Bridge of Dulsie Mr Fraser, Rumachory Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson, Cawdor 008 This name is applied to a conspicuous hill situated about one mile to the S.E. of the Bridge of Boath. and about one and a half miles N.W. of the of the Bridge of Dulsie. It is a gaelic word which signifies the "Old Woman's Cairn"
OS1/22/1/17 RED BURN Red Burn Red Burn Red Burn Mr Fraser Rumachory Mr McKilligan Achagour Mr Kineard Rumachory 008 A mountain stream, which rises abour half a mile to the East of Mr Fraser of Rumachory, and falls in a northern direction generally until it enters the Lethen Burn, about a mile or so from Balivat
OS1/22/1/17 [page] 17 County of Nairn -- Ardclach Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/17 Red Burn - This name is written on margin of Sheet 8. and will be written Centrical on 1/2500 work Ph. [Parish] Ardclach [Initialied]
OS1/22/1/18 TOM NAM MEANN Tom nam Meann Tom nam Meann Tom nam Meann Mr Harrold Bridge of Dulsie Mr Fraser, Rumachory Revd [Reverend] Mr. McLeod, Ardclach 008 This name is applied to a small but prominent knowe all cultivated, and lying about a quarter of a mile N W [North West] from Dulsie Bridge It is a gaelic name, and signifies "Kids' Knoll"
OS1/22/1/18 [Page] 18 County of Nairn -- Ardclach Ph. [Parish] Carn na monie [scored out] not of sufficient importance to be shewn on the ordnance Plans. J. Clegg Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/22/1/19 GLENFERNESS HOUSE Glenferness House Glenferness House Glenferness House Mr .Dougall Proprietor William Grigor Esq. Elgin Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Mackenzie, Ardclach 008 Is a very handsome edifice beautifully situated on the S. east side of the River Findhorn about two miles south west from Ardclach Parish Church. The Proprietor has recently erected a private cemetery within the grounds. It is situated on the hill directly north of the mansion. The gardens which are commodious and well laid out are convenient to the house, also the offices
OS1/22/1/19 PRINCESS' STONE (Sculptured) Princess' Stone (Sculpture) Princess' Stone (Sculpture) Princess' Stone (Sculpture) Rev: [Reverend] Mr Mackenzie Mr. McPherson Glenferness Mr. Leslie, Drumlochan 008 The Following extract is taken from the New Statistical Account:- There is a curious obelisk, situated in a haugh on Glenfairness, on the river side, and about a mile below the old bridge of Dulcie. Characters somewhat similar to those on Sueno's Pillar, near Forres, are sculptured on it, but it is scarcely half the height of the Forres obelisk. The sculpture is nearly the same on both turn over
OS1/22/1/19 [page] 19 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/19 The remarks on the Princess Stone go over the page, the notes on the stone come from page 31/32 Ardclach Parish Nairnshire New Statistical Account
OS1/22/1/20 BALLENTORE Ballentore Ballentore Ballentore William Grigor Esq Elgin Valuation Roll 1867-8 Rev: [Reverend] Mr Mackenzie Ardclach 008 This place consists of a farm dwelling cothouse and offices. One storey high respectively. Property of Mr Dougall. Glenferness
OS1/22/1/20 [page] 20 [continued] sides of the stone, but in the lowest compartment on one of them are two figures, seemingly in the Highland dress, and in the attitude of embrace. There is no tace of any writing, and tradition describes it to be a memorial of the unhappy fate of a Celtic princess, who eloped with a Danish lover, and was pursued to the birch-covered hill, called the Doune of Dunearn, on the verge of the Findhorn, from which, to avoid their pursuers, they precipitated themselves into the river, and perished together.
OS1/22/1/21 CHURCH [parish] Church Church Church Revd. [Reverend] C McKenzie Manse, Ardclach County Val. [Valuation] Roll 1866-7 Mr Harrold Bridge of Dulsie 008 A large building, 2 storeys high, in a good repair, and situated on the W. side of River Findhorn, and about a quarter of a mile South of the Manse. It is seated to contain, about 500 hearers. It was built in 1626.
OS1/22/1/21 DALNAHEIGLISH Dalnaheigish Dalnaheigish Dalnaheigish Rent Reciept Mr Griggor, Factor Elgin County Val: Roll 008 A farm house one storey high, with offices attached thatched and in a fair state of repair John Dougall Esq Glenferness Ho. [House] proprietor
OS1/22/1/21 DALTRA Daltra Daltra Daltra Rent Reciept John Rose, Tenant Val Roll - 1866-7 008 A newly built farm house two storeys high, with offices attached, the former slated and in excellent condition the latter thatched, and in fair repair. It is on the Lethen Estate.
OS1/22/1/21 [page] 21 County of Nairn -- Ardclach Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/22 ACHNABECHAN Achnabechan Achnabechan Achnabechan William Grigor, Factor, Elgin. Mr. Dougall, Proprietor. Mr. Leslie, Drumlochan 008 A farm house one storey high, with offices attached thatched and in fair repair the property of J Dougall Esqr
OS1/22/1/22 DRUMMORE Drummore Drummore Drummore Mr McQueen Forester, Mr Grigor, Factor, County Val. [Valuation] Roll 1866-7 008 A row of cottar houses one storey high thatched and in good condition They are on the Glenferness property
OS1/22/1/22 FERNESS MAINS Ferness Mains Ferness Mains Ferness Mains Rent Receipt. Mr Grigor, Factor, Elgin County Val [Valuation] Roll 1866-7 008 A large farm house two storey high with spacious offices attached, the whole slated and in excellent repair, J Dougal Esqr Glenferness proprietor
OS1/22/1/22 [page] 22 County of Nairn -- Ph. [Parish] of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/23 BOTNAMAIN Botnamain Botnamain Botnamain Rent Receipt Mr Greggor Factor County Valuation Roll 008 A crofters house one storey high, with stabling barns, byres etc all thatched and in fair condition On Glenferness Estate.
OS1/22/1/23 CARN DUBHAIDH Càrn Dubhaidh Càrn Dubhaidh Càrn Dubhaidh Mr Hardie, Ferness Village Mr McIntosh Botnamain Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson, Cawdor 008 A small low hill, covered with heathy pasture, and lying on the North side of the road leading from Nairn to Grantown, and about one and a half miles from Ferness village. It is a gaelic word which signifies "Blackening Hill or Cairn"
OS1/22/1/23 TOMNARROCH Tomnarroch Tomnarroch Tomnarroch Mr Grigor Factor Elgin Rent Reciept County Val: [Valuvation] Roll for 1866-7 008 A farm house, one storey high, with offices attached; the whole thatched, and in fair repair, J. Dougall Esq of Glenferness House proprietor
OS1/22/1/23 [page] 23 County of Nairn -- 6 Inch Sheet 8, -- Ardclach Ph. [Parish]
OS1/22/1/24 FERNESS Ferness Ferness Ferness Mr Grigor, Factor Mr McQueen, Forester County Val: [Valuation] Roll from 1866-7 008 This name applies to a row of houses eight in number, and all one storey high, the one-half of which are slated and the other thatched; they are all in an excellent state of repair. It lies in a northern direction from Grantown. S W from Forres and S.E. from Nairn, and is nearly equidistant from each of these places. It is on the Glenferness Estate
OS1/22/1/24 POST OFFICE [Ferness] Post Office Post Office Post Office Mr Falconer, Tenant Mr Greggor, Factor Mr. McQueen, Forester, Daless 008 A house in Ferness village one storey high thatched, and in good repair. It is a minor Post Office having one delivery and one despatch daily, and subject to Forres despatch in winter 8 Am Summer 6 Am. delivery 7.35 Pm throughout the year
OS1/22/1/24 [page] 24 County of Nairn -- 6 Inch Sheet 8, -- Ardclach Ph, [Parish]
OS1/22/1/25 SCHOOL [Ferness] School School School Mr Leslie, Drumlochan Mr. Hardy, Ferness Mr. McIntosh, Score Ferness 008 The object to which this word is written is situated in the village of Ferness. It receives some assistance from Government as also from the Proprietor, Mr. Dougall. The building is commodious neat and well built with teacher's residence ajacent.
OS1/22/1/25 STRIPE OF LITLE LYNE Stripe of Little Lyne Stripe of Little Lyne Mr. McIntosh, Score, Ferness Mr. Hardy, Ferness 008 This name is applied to a small stream rising at Botnamain and flowing through the farm to which it owes its name.
OS1/22/1/25 [Page] 25 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/26 STRIPE OF MUCKLE LYNE Stripe of Muckle Lyne Stripe of Muckle Lyne Mr. McIntosh, Score, Ferness Mr. Hardy, Ferness 008 This stream has its source at the north base of Carn Dubhaidh whence it flows in a north direction through the farm from which it derives its name.
OS1/22/1/26 [page] 26 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/27 ALLT AIREIMH Allt Aireimh Allt Aireimh Allt Aireimh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor. Mr. Macnaughton Schoolmaster Cawdor Mr. H. McBean Gamekeeper, Drynachan Lodge 008 This name applies to a stream running into the River Findhorn ½ mile northwest of Glenferness Ho. [House]. It means "Stream of Number", probably from the circumstance of the great number of its tributaries.
OS1/22/1/27 CAOCHAN A' BHODAICH Caochan à Bhodaích Caochan à Bhodaích Caochan à Bhodaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. H. McBean 008 Applies to a small stream cutting the road acutely which leads from Bridge of Dulsie to Nairn at a point nearly due west of Glenferness Ho. [House] and falling into the River Findhorn. Meaning "Rivulet of the Old Man" or "Spectre"
OS1/22/1/27 [page] 27 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/27 Tomnarroch Burn - wrong page shown on index. See page 29.
OS1/22/1/28 ALLT AN T-SITHEIN Allt an t-Sithein Mr. Macnaughton, Schoolmaster, Cawdor Mr. H. McBean Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge 008 This name is applied to a stream nearly a mile long running into the Muckle Burn in a north easterly dire[ction] opposite "Blackfold." It mea[ns]"Stream" of the Fairies
OS1/22/1/28 DROCHAID AN T-SITHEIN Drochaid an t-Sithein Mr. Macnaughton Mr. H. McBean 008 This name is applied to a small old bridge on General Wade's Old Milita[ry] Road over the above stream. It means "Bridge" of the Fairies
OS1/22/1/28 [page] 28 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/28 Drochaid an t-Sithein - note on page: This is not a County Bridge
OS1/22/1/29 TOMNARROCH BURN Tomnarroch Burn Tomnarroch Burn Tomnarroch Burn William Grigor Esq., Elgin, Mr. Dougall Glenferness Ho. [House], Mr. Leslie, Drumlochan 008 ; 011 A considerable stream rising at the farm of Rearple, about a mile westward of Carn Dubhaidh, flowing in a northerly course close by the farmhouse from which it derives its name and ultimately falling into the River Findhorn, at a point ½ a mile east from the parish church.
OS1/22/1/29 ALLT RUITHE MOIRE Allt Ruithe Moire Allt Ruithe Moire Allt Ruithe Moire Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson, Cawdor. Mr. Macnaughton, Cawdor Mr. Alexander Cameron, Dalcharn 006 ; 009 This name is applied to a rapid mountain stream rising in the county of Inverness and for a short distance serving as a boundary between that county and Nairn. When the stream reaches the level ground its name is singly Allt [--]
OS1/22/1/29 [page] 29 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach [Allt Ruithe Moire] "Burn of the Great Rushing"
OS1/22/1/29 1. Tomnarroch Burn - listed on original page but not on table 2. Allt Ruithe Moire - unable to transcribe last line on page
OS1/22/1/30 CARN ODHAR Carn Odhar Carn Odhar Carn Odhar Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 010 This name is applied to a high hill standing 1½ mile due north of Carn nan tri-tighearnan and immediately north of the sources of the streams - Meur Garble and Allt Creag à Chait. It means the "Dun Hill" or "Cairn".
OS1/22/1/30 CAIRN OF KINCRAIG Cairn of Kincraig Cairn of Kincraig Mr. Hugh McBean, Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge Mr. McQueen, Daless 010 This name is applied to a considerable mountain situated on the west side of [the] River Findhorn at the south of the County. The boundary between this county and Inver[ness] passes over it. The Earl of Cawdor is the propri[etor] of the portion in Nairnshire.
OS1/22/1/30 [page] 30 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/31 ALLT CROMACHAN Allt Cromachan Allt Cromachan Allt Cromachan Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Mr. Macnaughton Schoolmaster Cawdor Mr. Alexander Cameron, Dalcharn 006 ; 009 This name is applied to a stream rising westward of Carn Dubh Beag and flowing in a northerly direction until its junction with the Hollow Burn whence to its junction with the River Nairn it is known by two other names It means "Stream of the Crook"
OS1/22/1/31 ALLT CARN A' GHRANTAICH Allt Càrn à Ghrantaich Allt Càrn à Ghrantaich Allt Càrn à Ghrantaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 006 ; 009 Rises immediately to the south of Beinn Bhuidhe Bheag, around whose south and west sides it flows, and falls into the same stream as Allt Cromachan. It means "Stream of Grant's Cairn"
OS1/22/1/31 [page] 31 County of Nairn -- Parish of Croy & Dalcross
OS1/22/1/32 BEINN NA BUCHANICH Beinn na Buchanich Beinn na Buchanich Beinn na Buchanich Beinn na Buchanich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor. Mr. John McBean, Cawdor Mr. Alexander Cameron, Dalcharn. A. Mackintosh Esqr. of Mackintosh Moy Hall, by Inverness 009 This name is applied to a hill on the boundary between the Counties of Nairn and Inverness. Name signified "Buchans Hill"
OS1/22/1/32 CREAGAN GLAS Creagan Glas Creagan Glas Creagan Glas Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 009 This name which signifies "Small Grey Craig" is applied to a small hill north of Beinn na Bhuchanach
OS1/22/1/32 [page] 32 County of Nairn -- Ph. [Parish] of Croy and Dalcross
OS1/22/1/32 The entry for Allt Ruithe Mor has been crossed out on original page - note states- Cancelled See page 29
OS1/22/1/33 CARN DUBH MOR Càrn Dubh Mòr Càrn Dubh Mòr Càrn Dubh Mòr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 009 ; 010 This name is applied to a prominent hill on the co [county] boundary south east of Beinn Bhuidhe Mhor and directly west of and about ½ mile from Carn Dearg. It means "Large Black Cairn"
OS1/22/1/33 CARN A' CHOIR ODHAIR Càrn a' Choir Odhair Càrn a' Choir Odhair Càrn a' Choir Odhair Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 009 ; 010 Is applied to a very high hill about a mile east of Beinn Bhuidhe Bheag. It signifies "Cairn of the Dun-Hollow"
OS1/22/1/33 DALRIACH BURN Dalriach Burn Dalriach Burn Dalriach Burn Mr. John McBean Mr. Hugh McBean Mr. Alexander Cameron 009 A considerabe stream rising between Beinn Bhuidhe Mhor & Cairn Dubh Mor; forming the co [county] boundary for a mile and untimately falling into the Loch of Moy.
OS1/22/1/33 [page] 33 County of Nairn -- Ph. [Parish] of Croy & Dalcross
OS1/22/1/34 BEINN BHUIDHE MHOR Beinn Bhuidhe Mhor Revd. [Reverend} Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron Dalcharn 009 This name is applied to a very large hill situated a few miles southward of the River Nairn from Clava. It means the "Large Yellow Mountain"
OS1/22/1/34 BEINN BHUIDGE BHEAG Beinn Bhuidhe Bheag Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 006 ; 009 Situated directly north of, and about a mile from, Beinn Bhuidhe Mhor. Signification "Small Yellow Mountain"
OS1/22/1/34 CARN DUBH BEAG Càrn Dubh Beag Càrn Dubh Beag Càrn Dubh Beag Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. Alexander Cameron 009 This name is given to a prominence on the west side of Ben Bhuidhe Mhor. It means the "Small Black Cairn"
OS1/22/1/34 [page] 34 County of Nairn -- Parish of Croy and Dalcross
OS1/22/1/35 CARN NA SGUABAICH Càrn na Sguabaich Càrn na Sguabaich Càrn na Sguabaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Ardclach Revd. Mr. McPherson Cawdor, Mr. H. McBean Gamekeeper Dryachan Lodge 010 This name is given to a large hill south of Carn a' Bhothain and east of Carn Mòr. It signified "Hill or Cairn of the Besom".
OS1/22/1/35 CAOCHAN A' GHAILL Caochan a' Ghaill Caochan a' Ghaill Caochan a' Ghaill Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 A very small but rapid torrent rising on the east side of and falling into the River Findhorn. Meaning "The Lowander's Rivulet". It is also the ph [parish] Bdy [boundary] between the phs [parishes] of Croy and Dalarossie and Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/35 ALLT A' CHOIRE Allt a' Choire Allt a' Choire Allt a' Choire Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 A small stream rising on the east side of Carn Mor rushing down steep precipices and between immense banks of red clay and eventually falling into the Findhorn. It means "Stream of the Circular Hollow"
OS1/22/1/35 [page] 35 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/36 CARN A' BHOTHAIN Càrn a' Bhothain Càrn a' Bhothain Càrn a' Bhothain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod, Ardclach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson, Cawdor Mr. H. McBean, Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge 010 This name applies to large hill on the opposite side of Findhorn from, and about a mile south east Drynachan Lodge. Significat[ion] "Cairn on Hill of the Bothy."
OS1/22/1/36 ALLT A' BHREABADAIR Allt a' Bhreadbadair Allt a' Bhreadbadair Allt a' Bhreadbadair Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name applies to a rapid stream rising at Ca[rn] na Sguabaich flowing northerly and entering the River Findhorn nearly opposite Balnaclach. Signification "Stream of the Weaver".
OS1/22/1/36 [page] 36 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/37 ALLT AN T-SLUGAIN BHIG Allt an t-Slugain Bhig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 An inconsiderable stream running into Allt an t-Slugain Mhoir in an easterly direction. It signifies "Stream of the Small Mouth".
OS1/22/1/37 GLAC BUIDHE Glac Buidhe Glac Buidhe Glac Buidhe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a hollow through which Allt an t-Slugain Mhoir. Signification "Yellow Pass".
OS1/22/1/37 CREAG PHADRUIG Creag Phadruig Creag Phadruig Creag Phadruig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name signifying "Patrick's Craig" is applied to a ridge sloping towards the west bank of the Findhorn between Drynachan Burn and Allt Breac.
OS1/22/1/37 [page] 37 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/37 Creag Phadruig - descriptive remarks "Peter's Craig" - Peter's has been circled and marked as Partrick's - have used Patrick's in transcription
OS1/22/1/38 LOCH WINTER Loch Winter Loch Winter Loch Winter Mr. Alexander Stables Esqr. Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name is applied to a small pool situated eastward of Carn na Sguabaich, on the Earl of Cawdor's property.
OS1/22/1/38 ALLT AN T-SLUGAIN MHOIR Allt an t-Slugain Mhòir Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Ardclach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Mr. H. McBean Drynachan Lodge 010 This name applies to a considerable stream rising near the water shed which serves to divide this county from that of Inverness, flowing north-easterly until joined by Allt an t-Slugain Bhig, thence due east through Glac Buidhe to its junction with Allt Carn an t-Sean Liathanaich with which it forms Rhilean Burn. Meaning "Stream of the Large Mouth".
OS1/22/1/38 [page] 38 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/39 CAOCHAN CÀRN A' MHÀIS LEATHAIN Caochan Càrn a' Mhais Leathain Caochan Càrn a' Mhais Leathain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton 010 This name is applied to a very small stream rising in Coire Odhar Beag and flowing into Allt Cárn a' Mhais Leathann. It means "Rivulet of the Cairn of the Broad Bottom".
OS1/22/1/39 MEUR TUATH Meur Tuath Meur Tuath Meur Tuath Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh Macbean 010 This name is applied to a small stream running into Allt Carn a' Mhais Leathann. It signifies "North Branch".
OS1/22/1/39 [page] 39 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/39 Caochan Càrn a' Mhais Leathain - Leathain has been circled and note reads Leathain better also one - n Mhàis circled with note accent wanted
OS1/22/1/40 MEUR MEADHONACH Meur Meadhonach Meur Meadhonach Meur Meadhonach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name applies to a small rivulet rising at the north side of Carn an Uilt Bhric and flowing into Dry[nachan] Burn. It means the "Middle Branch"
OS1/22/1/40 MEUR BHEÒIL Meur Bheòil Meur Bheòil Meur Bheòil Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 A small stream flowing from the top of Carn an Uilt Bhric into Drynachan burn. It forms in union with Me[ur] Meadhonach the source of that stream. It means "Branch of the mouth or Opening".
OS1/22/1/40 [page] 40 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/41 CARN A' MHAIS LEATHAIN Càrn a' Mhais Leathain Càrn a' Mhais Leathain Càrn a' Mhais Leathain Revd. [Reverend] Mr McLeod, Ardclach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Mr. H. McBean Drynachan Lodge 010 Is applied to a large hill on the west side of the Streens and on the Earl of Cawdor Estate, meaning "Broad Bottom Cairn"
OS1/22/1/41 CAOCHAN NA FEITHE-SEILICH Caochan na Feithe-Seilich Caochan na Feithe-Seilich Caochan na Feithe-Seilich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a small stream of considerable length, rising at the north side of Carn a' Mhais Leathann, flowing in a north easterly course, and together with another stream, forming the source of Carnoch Burn. Meaning "Rivulet of the Willow or Sallow"
OS1/22/1/41 [page] 41 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/42 STREENS Streens Streens Streens William Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name applies to a deep, narrow glen, through which the River Findhorn flows, situated a[t] the south of this county. There is a number of small farms in the district, there is also a shooting-lodge and a corn-mi[ll] in the glen. The whole the property of the Earl of Cawd[or.]
OS1/22/1/42 COIRE ODHAR BEAG Coire Odhar Beag Coire Odhar Beag Coire Odhar Beag Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This word signifying the "Small Dun Hollow" is applied to a depression on the south west side of Carn a' Mhais Leathann Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/42 [page] 42 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/42 Streens - written beneath this entry in 1st column - Stump
OS1/22/1/43 CAOCHAN AMAIR Caochan Amair Caochan Amair Caochan Amair Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Mr. John Macnaughton Schoolmaster Cawdor Mr. Hugh McBean Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge 010 This name is applied to a very small stream rising north west of Creag Phadruig and flowing into Drynachan Burn. It means "Rivulet of the Trough"
OS1/22/1/43 SHEALEAT Shealeat Shealeat Shealeat Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh Macbean 010 This name applies to a hill situated about 1½ mile north of Drynachan Lodge and about ½ that distance west of Carn Sguman. The meaning is not known.
OS1/22/1/43 [page] 43 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/44 CARN SGUMAIN Càrn Sgùmain Càrn Sgùmain Càrn Sgùmain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name is applied to a very large hill on the north bank of the River Findhorn, at the east end of the Streens. The meaning of the word Sgùman is not known to the authorities.
OS1/22/1/44 AN SGOR An Sgòr An Sgòr An Sgòr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This word applies to a rocky "promonotry" hence the name - between Carn Mòr and Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe, in the neighbourhood of the Streens Means the Sharp Rock.
OS1/22/1/44 [page] 44 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/45 CAOCHAN NA CRICHE Caochan na Criche Caochan na Criche Caochan na Criche Revd [Reverend] Mr McLeod, Ardclach, Revd [Reverend] Mr. McPherson, Cawdor, Mr. H. McBean, Gamekeeper, Drynachan Lodge 010 A very small stream running into the Findhorn near Creag an Fhithich, in a southern direction, meaning "March Stripe".
OS1/22/1/45 CARNOCH Carnoch Carnoch Carnoch William Alexander Stables Esq. Mr. H. McBean Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson 010 This name is given to a farmhouse and steading in the "Streens" on the Earl of Cawdor's property.
OS1/22/1/45 CARNOCH BURN Carnoch Burn Carnoch Burn Carnoch Burn William Alexander Stables Esq. Mr. H. McBean Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson 007 ; 010 This is a considerable mountain stream having its source on a large moor district north of the Streens, flowing in a southerly direction into the River Findhorn near the farmhouse from which it derives its name.
OS1/22/1/45 [page] 45 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/46 DRYNACHAN LODGE Drynachan Lodge Drynachan Lodge Drynachan Lodge William Alexander Stables Esq. Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 A large and handsome building situated on the north bank of the River Findhorn in the Streens used by the Earl of Cawdor as a shooting-lodge. The usual complement of offices are attached.
OS1/22/1/46 DRYNACHAN MILL (Corn) Drynachan Mill (Corn) Drynachan Mill (Corn) Drynachan Mill (Corn) William Alexander Stables Esq. Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This is a corn mill wrought by water power on the Earl of Cawdor's property.
OS1/22/1/46 TIRFOGREAN Tirfogrean Tirfogrean Tirfogrean William Alexander Stables Esq. Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a steading and farmhouse in the Streens and on the opposite bank of the Findhorn from Drynachan Lodge. Earl of Cawdor proprietor.
OS1/22/1/46 [page] 46 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/47 DALBUIE Dalbuie Dalbuie Dalbuie William Alexander Stables Esq. Factor Cawdor Castle Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Mr. H. McBean Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge 010 A small farmsteading consisting of a dwelling house and offices - one storey high, thatched and in bad condition. Property of Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/47 BALNACLACH Balnaclach Balnaclach Balnaclach W. A. Stables Esq. Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 A very small cot or hut on the north side of the Findhorn between Balnught and Banchar. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/47 BALNUGHT Balnught Balnught Balnught W. A. Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a small farmhouse and a few offices on the Earl of Cawdor's property, in the "Streens".
OS1/22/1/47 [page] 47 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/48 CREAG AN FHITHICH Creag an Fhithich Creag an Fhithich Creag an Fhithich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name signifying the "Raven's Rock" is applied to a rocky precipice on the north side of the Findhorn a mile eastward of Drynachan Lodge.
OS1/22/1/48 KNOCKANDHU Knockandhu Knockandhu Knockandhu William Alexander Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a small farmhouse, which has suitable offices attached, in the Streens. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/48 ALLT RUADH Allt Ruadh Allt Ruadh Allt Ruadh Revd.[Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 Signifying, "Red Stream" is applied to a stream rising on Carn a' Bhothain and flowing into the River Findhorn near Knochandhu.
OS1/22/1/48 [page] 48 County of Nairn -- Parishes of Cawdor & Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/49 ALLT BREAC Allt Breac Allt Breac Allt Breac Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Ardclach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Cawdor Mr. H. McBean Drynachan Lodge 010 A Gaelic word meaning "Spotted Stream" is applied to a considerable mountain torrent rising in a hollow south of Càrn an Uilt Bhric on the Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/49 CARN AN UILLT BHRIC Càrn an Uillt Bhric Càrn an Uillt Bhric Càrn an Uillt Bhric Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This word derives its name from the Stream issuing at its southern base; it applies to a considerable mountain west of the Streens and on the Earl of Cawdor's property. Its meaning "Cairn or Hill of the Spotted Stream"
OS1/22/1/49 [page] 49 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/50 CNOC AN T-SITHEIN Cnoc an t-Sithein Cnoc an t-Sithein Cnoc an t-Sithein Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 A small Knoll partially covered with birch trees situated on the west bank of the Findhorn immediately south of Ballaggan. Meaning "Fairy's Knoll".
OS1/22/1/50 POLL BEAG Poll Beag Poll Beag Poll Beag Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name applies to a "small pool" in the River Findhorn - hence the meaning Small Pool - directly south of Cnoc an t-Sithein.
OS1/22/1/50 [page] 50 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/51 CARN MOR Càrn Mòr Càrn Mòr Càrn Mòr Revd. [Reverend] Mr McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a large hill rising suddenly from the east margin of the River Findhorn, It signifies "Large Cairn" or "Hill".
OS1/22/1/51 BALLCROCHAN Ballcrochan Ballcrochan Ballcrochan William Alexander Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPerson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name applies to a small farmhouse having suitable offices attached, situated in the "Streens" on the east bank of the Findhorn, Earl of Cawdor Pr. [Proprietor].
OS1/22/1/51 ALLT A' MHUILINN Allt a' Mhuilinn Allt a' Mhuilinn Allt a' Mhuilinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. H. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. McBean 010 ; 012 A Gaelic word signifying "Mill Stream" applying to a pretty considerable mountain stream running into the Findhorn from the water shed between this county and Inverness.
OS1/22/1/51 [page] 51 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/52 ALLT A' CHOIRE BHUIDHE Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe Revd [Reverend] Mr McLeod Revd [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 Applies to a small rapid stream rising in the hollow from which it derives its name and flowing into Allt a' Mhuilinn. Meaning "Stream of the Yellow Hollow".
OS1/22/1/52 COIRE BUIDHE Coire Buidhe Coire Buidhe Coire Buidhe Revd [Reverend] Mr McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 ; 012 Signifying "Yellow Hollow" is applied to a depression on the south base of Carn Mòr from which Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe has its source.
OS1/22/1/52 TORR AN EAS Torr an Eas Torr an Eas Torr an Eas Revd. [Reverend] Mr McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a very conspicuous Knoll, situated between Allt a' Mhuilinn and Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe and right above a small water fall on the former stream - hence the name "Knoll of the Fall."
OS1/22/1/52 [page] 52 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/53 BALLAGGAN Ballaggan Ballaggan Ballaggan W. A. Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a couple of small huts on the north west bank of the Findhorn on the Earl of Cawdor's property.
OS1/22/1/53 BALLAGGAN BURN Ballaggan Burn Ballaggan Burn Ballaggan Burn W. A. Stables Esq Revd [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This stream has its source from a hollow called "Shelach" on the west side of the Findhorn; its course into the river is north easterly.
OS1/22/1/53 CAOCHAN A' GHIUBHAIS Caochan a' Ghiubhais Caochan a' Ghiubhais Caochan a' Ghiubhais Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 Signifying "Rivulet of the Fir", is a name applied to a small stream running into the Findhorn from south side of "Carn Mor".
OS1/22/1/53 [page] 53 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/54 DALESS Daless Daless Daless William Alexander Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. McBean 010 This name is applied to a farm steading and dwelling house on the Earl of Cawdor's property in the district of the Streens.
OS1/22/1/54 CREAG RUADH Creag Ruadh Creag Ruadh Creag Ruadh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. McBean 010 Meaning the "Red Craig" is applied to a rocky bank on the north side of the River Findhorn directly north of Quilichan.
OS1/22/1/54 QUILICHAN Quilichan Quilichan Quilichan William Alexander Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is given to a farmhouse and steading in the Streens, south east side of the river. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/54 [page] 54 County of Nairn -- Parishes of Cawdor and Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/55 KINCRAIG (In Ruins) Kincraig (In Ruins) Kincraig (In Ruins) Kincraig (In Ruins) William Alexander Stables Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name formerly applied to a farmhouse etc, but it now applies to a few ruins on the west bank of the Findhorn near the south end of the "Streens". Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/55 GLAC AN EICH Glac an Eich Glac an Eich Glac an Eich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This word is applied to a defile or den hemed in by a rocky shelf to the north and by a steep natural bank to the south. It means "The Horse's Hollow or Dell".
OS1/22/1/55 [page] 55 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/56 AN SEILEACH An Seileach An Seileach An Seileach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name is applied to a hollow on the east side of the ridge, and near the south extremity of it, which lies wes[t] and parallel to the Findhorn, in the neighbourhood of the Streens. Property of The Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/56 CNOC A' CHINN LEITH Cnoc a' Chinn Leith Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Revd. Mr McLeod Mr. H. McBean 010 This name applies to a prominent Knoll on the opposite side of Allt Breac from Carn an Uilt Bhuie. Signification "Knoll of the Hoary or Grey Head".
OS1/22/1/56 [page] 56 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/57 AN RIASGACH An Riasgach An Riasgach An Riasgach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This word is applied to a considerable tract of moorland north westard of Carn nan tri-tighearnan. It signifies "The Moor".
OS1/22/1/57 CAOCHAN AN FHIR-RUITHE Caochan an Fhir-ruithe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name is applied to a small stream rising in a hollow on the west side of An Riasgach, flowing northerly, and joining Meur Mhinn after a course of about a mile. It means the "Runners Rivulet".
OS1/22/1/57 [page] 57 County of Nairn -- Parishes of Cawdor & Croy and Dalcross
OS1/22/1/57 Caochan an Fhir-ruithe - note written beneath Various modes of spelling: Referred and corrected by the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson.
OS1/22/1/58 CREAG A' CHNOCAIN Creag a' Chnocain Creag a' Chnocain Creag a' Chnocain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 ; 012 This name is applied to a craggy precipice on the north side of the River Findho[rn] at the point where the County boundary leaves the Stream in a north westerly direction. The name means "Craig of the Small Knoll".
OS1/22/1/58 CARN NAN TRI-TIGHEARNAN Càrn nan tri-tighearnan Càrn nan tri-tighearnan Càrn nan tri-tighearnan Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name is given to a small mountain at the south western extremity of the County on whose summit three properties meet - hence the signification - "Cairn or Hill of the three Lairds"
OS1/22/1/58 [page] 58 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/59 MEUR MIN Meur Mìn Meur Mìn Meur Mìn Revd.[Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name is applied to the continuation of Caochan an Fhir-ruithe. It joins Allt Dearg at the same point where it is joined by Meur Garbh. It signifies the "Smooth Branch".
OS1/22/1/59 MEUR GARBH Meur Garbh Meur Garbh Meur Garbh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 Is applied to a stream having its source at the north-side of Càrn tri-tighearnan, flowing in a north westerly direction, and, together with Meur Mhinn, forming Allt Dearg. It means the "Rough Branch".
OS1/22/1/59 [page] 59 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/60 CARN NA H-AON-CHRAOIBHE Càrn na h-aon-Chraoibhe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 010 This name is applied to a small long hill directly north of Carn a' Mhais Leathann. It means the "Cairn or Hill of One Tree".
OS1/22/1/60 ALLT CARN A' MHAIS LEATHAIN Allt Càrn a' Mhàis Leathann Allt Càrn a' Mhàis Leathann Allt Càrn a' Mhàis Leathann Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod, Ardclach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton 010 This name applies to a burn formed by the union of Caochan Càrn a' Mhais Leathann and Meu[r] Tuath; it is a tributary of Drynachan Burn meaning "Burn of the Cairn of the Broad Bottom".
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OS1/22/1/61 DRYNACHAN BURN Drynachan Burn Drynachan Burn Drynachan Burn William Alexander Stables Esq Mr. Hugh McBean Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson 010 This is a large burn formed by the confluence of several small rivulets west of Drynachan Lodge between which and Drynachan Mill it flows ere it falls into the Findhorn.
OS1/22/1/61 CAOCHAN ODHAR Caochan Odhar Caochan Odhar Caochan Odhar Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Revd. Mr McLeod Mr. H. McBean 010 Is applied to a small stream rising on the southside of Càrn nan tri-tighearnan and serving for a short way as bound between the Counties of Nairn & Inverness. It means "Dun Rivulet".
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OS1/22/1/62 CARN ODHAR Càrn Odhar Càrn Odhar Càrn Odhar Revd [Reverend] Mr McLeod Revd [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 A high round hill covered with heather situated a little eastward of where Meur Garbh has its source. The name signifies "Dun Cairn or Hill"
OS1/22/1/62 CAOCHAN ODHAR Caochan Odhar Caochan Odhar Caochan Odhar Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. H. McBean 010 This name is applied to a small rapid stream running into Meur Garbh directly west of Carn Odhar Signification "Dun Stripe" or "Rivulet"
OS1/22/1/62 CARN DEARG Càrn Dearg Càrn Dearg Càrn Dearg Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. Macnaughton Mr. H. McBean 010 Is applied to a high hill on the Co [County] boundary a mile westward of Carn tri-tighearnan. It means "Red Cairn" or "Hill".
OS1/22/1/62 [page] 62 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/63 TOM AN FHEIDH Tom an Fheidh Tom an Fheidh Tom an Fheidh Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Mr. Macdonald 011 This name applies to a small hill lying a short distance eastward of Refuil. It signifies "Hillock of the Deer".
OS1/22/1/63 LITTLE BANCHOR (In Ruins) Little Banchor (In Ruins) Little Banchor (In Ruins) Little Banchor (In Ruins) William Stables Esq. Mr. Macdonld Mr. Leslie 011 Is applied to the remains of a farmhouse and offices situated about a mile to the west of Banchor to which it is now united. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/63 BANCHOR Banchor Banchor Banchor William Stables Esq Valuation Roll. 1866-7 Mr Leslie 011 A farmhouse and steading one storey high, thatched and in fair condition. Property of the Earl of Cawdor. Cawdor Castle.
OS1/22/1/63 [page] 63 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/64 RIVER FINDHORN River Findhorn River Findhorn River Findhorn Mr. Harrold, Bridge of Dulsie Mr. Leslie, Drumlochan Mr. Ross, Lethen House 008 ; 010 ; 011 ; 012 This stream has its source on the range of hills between Strathdearn and Stratherrick in Inverness-shire and flows in a north-easterly, though not in a very strai[ght] line, through parts of Inverness, Nairn and Moray shires to an arm of the sea called Findhorn Harbour, in the Moray Firth at a dista[nce] of 60 miles in a direct line from its source.
OS1/22/1/64 REFUIL Refuil Refuil Refuil Mr. Ross Mr. Leslie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie 008 ; 011 Is applied to a farmhouse, offices and steading on the Lethen Estate in the Dulsie district. Property of Mr Brodie Lethen.
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OS1/22/1/65 BURNSIDE Burnside Burnside Burnside William Grigor Esq Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Mr. Leslie 011 Is applied to a farmhouse and steading one storey high thatched and in fair condition. Property of Mr. Dougall. Glenferness.
OS1/22/1/65 REFOUBLE Refouble Refouble Refouble William Grigor Esq. Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Mr. Leslie 011 A farmhouse and offices one storey high, thatched and fair condition. Property of Mr. Dougall.
OS1/22/1/65 REROPPIE Reroppie Reroppie Reroppie Mr. Ross Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Mr. Leslie 011 A dwellinghouse one storey thatched and in bad condition. Property of Mr. Brodie
OS1/22/1/65 [page] 65 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/66 COLLINDOUNE Collindoune Collindoune Collindoune Mr. Ross. Forrester, Lethen, Mr. McDonald, tenant Mr. Leslie 011 Two small dwelling houses one storey high, thatched and in fair condition. Property of Mr. Brodie.
OS1/22/1/66 DUNEARN LODGE Dunearn Lodge Dunearn Lodge Dunearn Lodge Mr. Ross Mr. Falconer, Game Keeper, Dunearn Lodge Mr. Leslie 011 A fine substantial shooting-lodge attached to which are suitable offices, situated about a mile southeast of the Bridge of Dulsie. Property of Mr. Brodie.
OS1/22/1/66 KNOCKANDHU Knockandhu Knockandhu Knockandhu Mr. Ross Mr. Leslie Mr. Falconer 011 A one storey cottage thatched and in good repair used by the Proprietor when shooting in the neighbourhood as a shooting-box. Property of Mr. Brodie Lethen
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OS1/22/1/67 MARCHSTRIPE Marchstripe Marchstripe Marchstripe Mr. Ross Mr. Leslie Mr. Harrold 011 This name is given to a very small farmhouse having suitable offices attached. Property of Mr. Brodie, Lethen.
OS1/22/1/67 STAC A' GHAMHNA Stac a' Ghamhna Stac a' Ghamhna Stac a' Ghamhna Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacLeod Mr. Macdonald 011 This name is applied to a large cliff overshadowing the River Findhorn at the Suspension Bridge. It signifies "Calf's Steep or Rock".
OS1/22/1/67 SUSPENSION BRIDGE [Over River Findhorn ; nr Stac a' Ghamhna] Suspension Bridge Suspension Bridge Suspension Bridge Mr. Ross Mr. Leslie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie 011 This is a very handsome erection built expressly for the accommodation of the Earl of Cawdor. It is neither strong nor wide enough to admit of carriages passing over it. It crosses the Findhorn at a narrow place right under Stac a' Gamhna about two miles above the Bridge of Dulsie.
OS1/22/1/67 [page] 67 County of Nairn -- Ardclach Parish
OS1/22/1/68 WESTER DULSIE Wester Dulsie Wester Dulsie Wester Dulsie Mr. Ross, Forester, Lethen Mr. Harrold Valuation Roll 1867-8 011 This place consists of two farmhouses each of which has suitable accommodation attached. Property of Mr. Brodie.
OS1/22/1/68 MAOL AN TAILLEIR Maol an Tailleir Maol an Tailleir Maol an Tailleir Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macdonald 010 ; 011 Applies to a large round hill situated on the south side of the River Findhorn, about two miles south west from the Bridge of Dulsie. The meanind is "Tailor's "Bare or Bald Place".
OS1/22/1/68 TORGARROW Torgarrow Torgarrow Torgarrow W. Stables Esq Valuation Roll, 1867-8 Mr. Leslie 011 A small farmhouse and steading one storey high thatched and in good condition. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/68 [page] 68 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/69 CARN BEAG Càrn Beag Càrn Beag Càrn Beag Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macdonald 011 This is a small hill lying about half a mile southward of Lynemore meaning "Small Cairn".
OS1/22/1/69 LYNEMORE Lynemore Lynemore Lynemore Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Mr. Ross Mr. Leslie 011 A large farmhouse and steading two storeys high slated and thatched. Property of Mr. Brodie, Lethen.
OS1/22/1/69 DUNEARN Dunearn Dunearn Dunearn Mr. Ross Mr. Clark, tenant Mr. Leslie 011 This name is applied to two farmhouses having suitable offices attached and a Smithy. They are respectively one storey high, thatched, & in fair condition. Property of Mr. Brodie, Lethen.
OS1/22/1/69 [page] 69 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/70 TOR BURN Tor Burn Tor Burn Tor Burn William Stables Esq. Factor Elgin Mr. Falconer, Dunean Lodge Mr. Leslie, Drumlochan 011 A stream formed by the union of Rhilean & Leonach burns flowing north easterly into the River Findhorn after a course of about three quarters of a mile.
OS1/22/1/70 RHILEAN BURN Rhilean Burn Rhilean Burn Rhilean Burn Mr. Falconer Mr. Macdonald Mr. Leslie 010 ; 011 A considerable stream rising on the hills on the south side of the River Findhorn at the Streens flowing in a north easterly direction to where it is joined by Leonach Burn from whence it is Known as Tor Burn.
OS1/22/1/70 LEONACH BURN Leonach Burn Leonach Burn Leonach Burn Mr Falconer Mr Macdonald Mr Leslie 011 ; 012 ; 013 This is a large stream having its source on the ridge between this County and that of Elgin. Its course is considerable and rapid. It forms with Rhilean Burn Tor Burn
OS1/22/1/70 [page] 70 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/71 BRIDGE OF DULSIE Bridge of Dulsie Bridge of Dulsie Bridge of Dulsie Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Harrold 011 A stone bridge of one arch spanning the River Findhorn at a point where the stream takes a sharp turn eastward about 15 miles above where it flows into the Moray Firth. The erection is on the old military road leading to Fort George. Adjacent to the bridge, on the north side of the river stands a farmhouse under the same name as the bridge. Property of Mr. Brodie, Lethen
OS1/22/1/71 DOUNE Doune Doune Doune Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Leslie 011 A name applied to small hill standing on the east side of the Findhorn, half a mile soufh of the Bridge of Dulsie. The hill is beautifully wooded except on the summit which is at present under cultivation. Its height from the bank of the river is probably 300 feet. Property of Mr. Brodie, Lethen.
OS1/22/1/71 [page]71 County of Nairn
OS1/22/1/72 CHAPEL FIELD Chapel Field Chapel Field Chapel Field Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr Harrold 011 Lies to the eastside of the Doune, so called from the circumstance of a Chapel having been situated in it. Property of Mr Brodie
OS1/22/1/72 GENERAL WADE'S MILITARY ROAD General Wade's Military Road General Wade's Military Road General Wade's Military Road Mr Harrold Mr Leslie Mr Falconer Dunearn Lodge 007 ; 008 ; 011 This old, and in this parish almost disused road enters the parish on the south east of the Hill of Aitnoch and at the south east corner of the parish, passes on to the Bridge of Dulsie where it turns to the northwest through Cawdor terminating at Glengoullie Bridge in the Ph.[Parish] of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/72 Site of CHAPEL (Doune) Site of Chapel Site of Chapel Site of Chapel Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr Harrold 011 Situated within a small wooded enclosure in a field lying on the east side of the "Doune" Although I went to no little trouble to ascertain something as to the origin of this chapel I am unable to say anything about. There is nothing Known about it in this neighbourhood
OS1/22/1/72 [page] 72 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/72 Site of Chapel - written beneath this entry on original page - German Text
OS1/22/1/73 AITNOCH Aitnoch Aitnoch Aitnoch William Grigor Esq. Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Mr Leslie 009 A farmsteading and dwelling-house one storey high thatched and in fair condition. Property of Mr. Dougall. Glenferness
OS1/22/1/73 LOUPMORE Loupmore Loupmore Loupmore Rev: [Reverend] Mr.MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Leslie 011 Applied to a small dwelling house situated in a muir a mile east of Drumlochan. Mr. Dougall Proprietor.
OS1/22/1/73 MILTOWN Miltown Miltown Miltown William Grigor, Factor. Elgin Mr Dougall Glenferness Mr Leslie 011 Is a small farmhouse having suitable offices attached Property of Mr Dougall. Glenferness
OS1/22/1/73 REARPLE Rearple Rearple Rearple William Grigor Esq. Mr Leslie Mr. Dougall 011 A farmhouse and steading one storey high thatched and in very bad repair. Property of Mr. Dougall. Glenferness.
OS1/22/1/73 [page] 73 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/74 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.
OS1/22/1/74 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.
OS1/22/1/74 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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OS1/22/1/75 GLAC GARBH Glac Garbh Glac Garbh Glac Garbh Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr Leslie 011 A rough rocky defile or dell running east and west on the north west face of the Hill of Aitnoch. It signifies "Rough Pass" or "Dell"
OS1/22/1/75 REROPPIE BURN Reroppie Burn Reroppie Burn Reroppie Burn Rev: [Reverend] Mr.MacKenzie Mr Ross Mr Leslie 011 A mountain stream rising at the west side of farm a'Chealhraimh Mhoir flowing northwesterly by the place from which it takes its name and falling into Tomlachlan Burn close to where it is crossed by the military road.
OS1/22/1/75 TOMLACHAN Tomlachlan Tomlachlan Tomlachlan Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Mr Ross Mr Leslie 011 A farm dwelling and offices one storey high thatched & in fair condition. Property of Mr Brodie, Lethen.
OS1/22/1/75 [page] 75 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/76 DRUMLOCHAN Drumlochan Drumlochan Drumlochan Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Mr Ross Mr Leslie Tenant 011 Is applied to a farmhouse and steading the former slated, the latter thatched. All in fair repair. Property of Mr Brodie
OS1/22/1/76 LOCH DUBH Loch Dubh Loch Dubh Loch Dubh Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr Leslie 011 A small black Pool situated in a muir south of Drumlochan The name means "Black Loch"
OS1/22/1/76 TOMLACHAN BURN Tomlachlan Burn Tomlachlan Burn Tomlachlan Burn Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Mr. Ross Mr Leslie 011 A large stream formed by the confluence of Allt Bad an Iasgair, Allt Meatan, Allt Larigh, & Caochan Gortach. Its general course is northerly. It ultimately falls into the Findhorn north of Drumlochan.
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OS1/22/1/77 BATTANMACEACHAIN Battanmaceachain Battanmaceachain Battanmaceachain William Stables Esq Rev: [Reverend] Mr Macleod Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie 011 A dwellinghouse and offices on the Rhilean Burn and about a mile south of Rhilean. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/77 LOCH DUBH Loch Dubh Loch Dubh Loch Dubh Rev: [Reverend] Mr Mackenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Macdonald 011 A small loch lying about quarter of a mile southward of Battanmaceachain on the opposite side of Rhilean Burn. Meaning "Black Loch".
OS1/22/1/77 RHIBANCHOR (In Ruins) Rhibanchor (In Ruins) Rhibanchor (In Ruins) Rhibanchor (In Ruins) William Stables Esq. Factor Cawdor Castle Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod 011 Is applied to a few ruins, the remains of a dwelling & steading situated a little to the north of Battanmaceachain Property of the Earl of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/77 [page] 77 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/78 CAOCHAN NA FEARNA Caochan na Feàrna Caochan na Feàrna Caochan na Feàrna Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macdonald 010 ; 011 A very small stream serving for a short distance as parish boundary, rising at the south side of Maol an Tuillein and in an easterly course running into Rhilean Burn. Meaning "Streamlet of the Alder tree or Wood"
OS1/22/1/78 CARN BAD NAN CLACHAN Càrn Bad nan Clachan Càrn Bad nan Clachan Càrn Bad nan Clachan Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Macdonald 011 A long but not very high hill lying between Rhilean & Leonach burns directly north east of Carn a' Gharbh-ghlaic. It signifies "Cairn of the Grove of Stones"
OS1/22/1/78 RHILEAN Rhilean Rhilean Rhilean William Stables Esq Factor, Cawdor Rev. [Reverend] Mr.MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod 011 This was once a farmhouse but it is now partly in ruins. There is also a "fank" where the sheep are kept in stormy weather. Property of the Earl of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/78 [page] 78 County of Nairn -- Parishes of Cawdor and Ardclach
OS1/22/1/78 1. Rhilean - Written in Situation Column - in the parish of Cawdor. 2. Càrn Bad nan Clachan - Written in Situation Column - On the boundary between the parishes of Cawdor and Ardclach
OS1/22/1/79 CARN A' CHEATHRAIMH MHOIR Càrn a' Cheathraimh Mhoir Càrn a' Cheathraimh Mhoir Càrn a' Cheathraimh Mhoir Rev. [Reverend] Mr Mackenzie Mr. Macdonald Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod 011 A high hill over the top of which passes the boundary between Ardclach Ph.[Parish] & Edinkillie It overlooks Lochindorb on the westside. Meaning Hill of the Tigh or quarter
OS1/22/1/79 CARN BAD A' CHURAICH Càrn Bad a' Churaich Càrn Bad a' Churaich Càrn Bad a' Churaich Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Macdonald 011 On the boundary between the Counties of Elgin & Nairn A large round hill overlooking Lochindorb over which the boundary between Ardclach and Edinkillie runs. Its signification is " Cairn of the Goats' Tuft, Thicket, or Grove."
OS1/22/1/79 REESKIE (In Ruins) Reeskie Reeskie Reeskie Mr Ross Mr. Leslie Mr Macdonald 011 Consists of a few ruins evidently the remains of a farmhouse etc. It is situated about half a mile northeastward of Drochaid Ban an Iasgair.
OS1/22/1/79 [page] 79 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/79 Càrn a' Cheathraimh Mhoir - written in Situation column - On the Boundary between the Counties of Elgin and Nairn Càrn a' Cheathraimh Mhoir - written in Descriptive remarks column- word Tigh is circled and a note added Thigh not Tigh Càrn Bad a' Churaich - written in Situation column - On the boundary between the Counties of Elgin & Nairn
OS1/22/1/80 ALLT BAD AN IASGAIR Allt Bad an Iasgair Allt Bad an Iasgair Allt Bad an Iasgair Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macdonald 011 ; 013 A pretty considerable stream having its source near Inverness-shire boundary between Carn nan Clach Garbha and Lochindorb. It flows north westerly accross the Carrbridge & Nairn road & ultimately falls into Tomlachlan Burn. Signification "The Fisher's Tufty Burn".
OS1/22/1/80 CARN MOR Càrn Mor Càrn Mor Càrn Mor Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macdonald 011 This is a small hill between Tomlachlan and Leonach burns directly south of Carn Beag. It signifies "Large Cairn"
OS1/22/1/80 DROCHAID ALLT BAD AN IASGAIR Drochaid Allt Bad an Iasgair Drochaid Allt Bad an Iasgair Drochaid Allt Bad an Iasgair Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macdonald 011 This name applies to a one arched County bridge spanning Allt Bad an Iasgair about sixteen miles from Nairn on the road leading to Carrbridge. Means "Bridge of the Fisher's Tufty Burn."
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OS1/22/1/81 ALLT CARN AN T-SEAN-LIATHANAICH Allt Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich Allt Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr.McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr Hugh McBean 010 ; 012 This name is applied to a considerable stream having its source in Coire Carn an t-Sean Liathanach and flowing northerly into Rhilean Burn. Meaning "Stream of the Cairn of the Old Grey-Headed Man."
OS1/22/1/81 CARN TORR MHEADHOIN Càrn Torr Mheadhoin Càrn Torr Mheadhoin Càrn Torr Mheadhoin Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 012 A prominent feature on the boundary between Nairnshire and Inverness-shire south eastward of the Streens. It means "Cairn of the Middle Knoll."
OS1/22/1/81 [page] 81 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/82 CARN AN T-SEAN-LIATHANAICH Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson, Minister Cawdor Mr. John Macnaughton, (Schoolmaster, Cawdor) Mr. Hugh McBean (Gamekeeper, Drynachan Lodge,) 012 This name applies to a large hill south east of the Streens over which the boundary between this County and that of Inverness runs. It means "Cairn or Hill of the Old Grey-Headed Man."
OS1/22/1/82 COIRE CARN AN T-SEAN-LIATHANAICH Coire Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich Coire Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson Mr. John Macnaughton Mr. Hugh McBean 012 This name is applied to a hollow on the north side of the above hill. It means "Hollow of the Cairn of the Old Grey-Headed Man"
OS1/22/1/82 [page] 82 County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/82 Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich - written in Situation column - Ph.[Parish] of Moy & Dalarossie
OS1/22/1/83 ALLT GAINEAMHACH Allt Gaineamhach Allt Gaineamhach Allt Gaineamhach Revd [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. H. McBean 012 A Gaelic word meaning "Sandy Stream" is applied to a pretty considerable torrent flowing from the water-shed which forms the boundary between this and Inverness-shire into Leonach [Burn]
OS1/22/1/83 CAOCHAN TOM NAN CLACH Caochan Tom nan Clach Caochan Tom nan Clach Caochan Tom nan Clach Revd [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. H. McBean 012 This applies to an inconsiderable stream running into Allt Carn an t-Sean Liathanagh. It signifies "Stream of the Knoll of the Stones".
OS1/22/1/83 TOM NAN CLACH Tom nan Clach Tom nan Clach Tom nan Clach Revd [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. H. McBean 012 This name is applied to a small hill situated about a mile westward of Carn a' Gharbh-ghlaic. It means "Knoll of the Stones."
OS1/22/1/83 [page] 83 County of Nairn
OS1/22/1/84 ALLT AN DAIMH Allt an Daimh Allt an Daimh Allt an Daimh Revd [Reverend] Mr. McLeod Revd. [Reverend] Mr McPherson Mr. H. McBean 012 This name is applied to a considerable mountain stream rising on the top of the ridge which divides this county from that of Inverness, flowing northerly and parallel to Leac an Daimh and ultimately falls into Leonach Burn. It means "Stream of the Ox".
OS1/22/1/84 [page] 84 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor Càrn Glas - For Authorities and descriptive remarks see Name Books of the parish of Duthil & Rothemurcus.
OS1/22/1/85 ALLT BAD AN STAING Allt Bad an Staing Allt Bad an Staing Allt Bad an Staing Rev. [Reverend] Mr. McKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr McBean 012 ; 013 Is applied to a small stream rising on the south side of Carn a' Gharbh-ghlaic and flowing into Leonach Burn at Battananteoig. Signification "Stream of the Tuft of the Ditch".
OS1/22/1/85 BATTANANTEOIG (In Ruins) Battananteoig (In Ruins) Battananteoig (In Ruins) Battananteoig (In Ruins) William Stables Esq. Mr McBean Mr. 013 This place consists of a number of ruins and a sheep-fold or fank as it is locally called situated about a mile above Leonach and on the west bank of the burn of that name.
OS1/22/1/85 CARN A' GHARBH-GHLAIC Càrn a' Gharbh-ghlaic Càrn a' Gharbh-ghlaic Càrn a' Gharbh-ghlaic Rev. [Reverend] Mr. McKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr McBean, Gamekeeper Cawdor 010 ; 013 This name is applied to a large round hill, about 1500 feet above Sea level, situated on the east side of the River Findhorn directly east of the Streens. It signifies "Cairn of the Rough Pass or Dell".
OS1/22/1/85 LEONACH Leonach Leonach Leonach William Stables Esq Mr. Macbean 013 Is applied to a house which is in ruinous condition, and a few ruins lying between Leonach Burn and Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.
OS1/22/1/85 [page] 85 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/86 ALLT LAOIGH Allt Laoigh Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Ross 013 A small mountain stream rising at the west side of Carn Allt Laoigh which together with Caochan Gortach joins Tomlachlan Burn. It means "Calf's Stream."
OS1/22/1/86 ALLTLAOIGH (In Ruins) Alltlaoigh (In Ruins) Alltlaoigh (In Ruins) Alltlaoigh (In Ruins) Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Ross 013 Is applied to a few ruins the remains of a farm steading situated on the west bank of the stream after which it is named. Meaning "Calf's Stream".
OS1/22/1/86 BADNONAN Badnonan Badnonan Badnonan Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Ross 013 Applies to a very small farmhouse which has suitable offices attached situated at the junction of Allt a' Choire Odair Bhig with Allt a' Choire Odair Mhoir. Property of Mr. Brodie Lethen.
OS1/22/1/86 KNOCKDHU Knockdhu Knockdhu Knockdhu William Stables Esq. Mr. McBean Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie 013 A small dwelling-house one storey high situated near the confluence of Allt a' Choire Odhair Mhoir with Leonach Burn. It is occupied by a shepherd and is on Cawdor Estate.
OS1/22/1/86 [page] 86 County of Nairn -- Parishes of Ardclach and Cawdor
OS1/22/1/86 Knockdhu - written in Situation column - In the parish of Cawdor Badnonan - written in Situation column - In the parish of Ardclach Alltlaoigh (In Ruins) - written in Situation column - In the parish of Ardclach Allt Laoigh - written in Situation column - In the parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/87 CARN MHEADHOIN Càrn Mheadoin Càrn Mheadoin Càrn Mheadoin Revd.[Reverend] William Forsyth Revd.[Reverend] William Grant Mr. Anderson 013 A small insignificant hill covered with heathy pasture, lying a little to the eastward of Càrn Allt Laoigh; the boundary between the Counties of Nairn and Elgin Detached No.2 crosses both; the name signifies the Middle Cairn or Cairn of the Middle.
OS1/22/1/87 [page] 87 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach Lochindorb - See Name Book of the Ph.[Parish] of Cromdale, Inverallan and Advie Co.[County] Inverness. for. description and authorities.
OS1/22/1/88 COIRE ODHAR BEAG Coire Odhar Beag Coire Odhar Beag Coire Odhar Beag Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macbean 013 This name applies to a hollow from which Allt a' Choire Odhair Bhig has its source lying between carn Allt Laoigh and Sabhal a' Ghearsanaich. It signifies "Small Dun Hollow".
OS1/22/1/88 ALLT A' CHOIRE ODHAIR BHIG Allt a' Choire Odhair Bhig Allt a' Choire Odhair Bhig Allt a' Choire Odhair Bhig Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macbean 013 Applies to a large mountain stream rising in Coire Odhar Beag flowing in a northern direction for about two miles & falling into Allt a' Choire Odhair Mhoir at Badnonan. The name signifies "Stream of the Small Dun Hollow".
OS1/22/1/88 CNOCAN BUIDHE Cnocan Buidhe Cnocan Buidhe Cnocan Buidhe Rev. [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macdonald 013 Is applied to a Knoll of an oval form on the ridge which forms the boundary for some distance between the counties of Nairn & Inverness. Its meaning is "Yellow Little Knoll"
OS1/22/1/88 CARN ALLT LAOIGH For Authorities and descriptive remarks See name book of Ph.[parish] Duthil and Rothiemurchus Ph. [Parish] Co[County] Elgin
OS1/22/1/88 [page] 88 County of Nairn -- Parishes of Cawdor and Ardclach Coire Odhar Beag - written in Situation column - In the parish of Cawdor Allt a' Choire Odhair Bhig - written in the Situation column - Between the parishes of Cawdor and Ardclach Cnocan Buidhe - written in the Situation column - Between the parishes of Ardclach in the County of Nairn & the parish of Cromdale Inverallan and Advie in the County of Inverness.
OS1/22/1/89 A' CHLACH GHLAIS A'Chlach-ghlas A'Chlach-ghlas A'Chlach-ghlas Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 A large grey stone hence the name - situated on the north face of Leac an Daimh. It has no marks upon it neither is there any tradition Known regarding it.
OS1/22/1/89 ALLT A' BHAD MHOSAICHE Allt a' Bhad Mhosaiche Allt a' Bhad Mhosaiche Allt a' Bhad Mhosaiche Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 A small stream rising on the west side of Coire Odhar Mòr and flowing into Allt a' Choire Odhair Mhoir. It means "Burn of the Dirty Tuft"
OS1/22/1/89 COIRE ODHAR MOR Coire Odhar Mòr Coire Odhar Mòr Coire Odhar Mòr Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 A large hollow immediately north of Crapan a' Choire Odhair Mhoir from which Allt a' Choire Odhair Mhoir has its source. Meaning "Large Dun Hollow".
OS1/22/1/89 LEAC AN DAIMH Leac an Daimh Leac an Daimh Leac an Daimh Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 This name is applied to a long hill extending two miles northward of the ridge along the summit of which the boundary between the counties of Nairn and Elgin runs. Signification "Flat Place of the Ox".
OS1/22/1/89 [page] 89 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/89 1. Allt a' Bhad Mhosaiche - The letter 'e' is circled and written in pencil is - the letter e might not be added
OS1/22/1/90 ALLT MEATAN Allt Meatan Allt Meatan Allt Meatan Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Macdonald 011 ; 013 Rises at the west side of Carn nan Clach Garbha & flows into Tomlachlan Burn in a north western direction after a course of little more than ¾ of a mile. Meaning unknown.
OS1/22/1/90 CAOCHAN GORTACH Caochan Gortach Caochan Gortach Caochan Gortach Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Macdonald. 013 Is applied to a mountain stream having its source from near the water-shed on the east side of Càrn Allt Laoigh. It runs into Tomlachlan Burn at the confluence of Allt Laoigh with the same stream. Meaning "Sparing or Small Streamlet".
OS1/22/1/90 CARN NAN CLACH GARBHA Càrn nan Clach Gharbha Càrn nan Clach Gharbha Càrn nan Clach Gharbha Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod Mr. Macdonald 013 This name applies to a large rocky hill over which the boundary between this County and that of Inverness runs. Signification "Cairn of the Rough Stones".
OS1/22/1/90 [page] 90 County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach
OS1/22/1/91 ALLT A' CHOIRE ODHAIR MHOIR Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 A considerable mountain stream formed by the junction of three small streams in Coire Odhar Mòr running in a north eastern direction and ultimately falls into Leonach Burn at KnocKdhu. It signifies "Burn of the Large Dun Hollow".
OS1/22/1/91 ALLT NAN CLACH BREACA Allt nan Clach Breaca Allt nan Clach Breaca Allt nan Clach Breaca Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 Is a very small stream rising in Coire Odhar Mòr and flowing northerly to its junction with Allt Tarsuinn. Its signification is "Stream of the Speckled Stones".
OS1/22/1/91 ALLT TARSUINN Allt Tarsuinn Allt Tarsuinn Allt Tarsuinn Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 This stream has its source in the east side of Coire Odhar Mòr and in conjunction with Allt nan Clach Breac and Allt a' Bhad Mhosaiche forms Allt a' Choire Odhair Mhoir. Means "Cross Stream".
OS1/22/1/91 SABHAL A' GHEARSANAICH Sabhal a'Ghearsanaich Sabhal a'Ghearsanaich Sabhal a'Ghearsanaich Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 Implies "Forrester's Barn" but is applied here to a prominent hill lying on the west side of Corie Odhar Beag.
OS1/22/1/91 [page] 91 County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/91 Allt nan Clach Breaca - in list of names column Breaca has been circled and a note written across the page - see Carn nan Clach Garbla p. 90
OS1/22/1/92 CNAPAN A' CHOIRE ODHAIR BHIG Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Bhig Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Bhig Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Bhig Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macbean 013 This name applies to a hill, rocky & ruggedy on the north & west sides, situated directly to the south of Coire Odhar Beag from which it has its name. It means "Knobs or Lumps of the Little Dun Hollow".
OS1/22/1/92 CNAPAN A' CHOIRE ODHAIR MHOIR Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Mhoir Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Mhoir Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Mhoir Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macbean 013 This name signifies"Knobs, Lumps, or Little Hillocks of the Large Dun Hollow", and is applied to a rocky brae immediately south of Coire Odhar Mòr. Property of the Earl of Cawdor
OS1/22/1/92 CNAPAN BEAGA Cnapan Beaga Cnapan Beaga Cnapan Beaga Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macbean 013 A considerable Knoll on the east side of Coire Odhar Beag. Signifying "Small Lumps or Knobs"
OS1/22/1/92 CNAPAN MORA Cnapan Mòra Cnapan Mòra Cnapan Mòra Rev: [Reverend] Mr. MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr. Macbean 013 This is a very prominent feature on the ridge between this county and that of Elgin. Signification "Large Lumps or Knobs"
OS1/22/1/92 [page] 92 County of Nairn -- Parishes of Cawdor and Ardclach
OS1/22/1/92 Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Mhoir - written in situation column - The parish of Cawdor, and on the north side of the boundary between the Counties of Nairn and Elgin Detached No.[number]2. Cnapan Mòra - written in situation column - The parish of Cawdor, and on the north side of the boundary between the Counties of Nairn and Elgin Detached No.[number]2. On the above ridge Cnapan Beaga -written in situation column- On the boundary between the parishes of Ardclach and Cawdor
OS1/22/1/93 CAOCHAN AN RIASGAICH Caochan an Riasgaich Caochan an Riasgaich Caochan an Riasgaich Caochan an Riasgaich Revd. [Reverend] A. Campbell, Free Church Manse Petty Mr Angus McDonald, Barnhill Inverness - Mr Alexander Bain, Drumore, Daviot Mr John Fraser, Dalcross. 010 A small stream which rises on the western face of Carn Dearg, and fall into Meur Mhinn, near to where the county boundary leaves that stream. It is only about ¾ths of a mile in length It means, Streamlet of the green face
OS1/22/1/93 FEITH GHORM Fèith Ghorm Fèith Ghorm Fèith Ghorm Fèith Ghorm Revd [Reverend] A Campbell Mr Angus McDonald, Barnhill Mr Alexander Bain, Drumore Mr John Fraser, Dalcross 010 This is a small hill stream, the source of which is a spring well on the side of An Riasgach, and falls in a north western direction untill it falls into Meur Mhinn It is about half a mile in length It means green vein.
OS1/22/1/93 LOCH NAN CLACH Loch nan Clach Loch nan Clach Loch nan Clach Loch nan Clach Mr A Campbell Mr Angus McDonald Mr Alexander Bain Mr John Fraser 010 This name is applied to a large hole in mossy ground on the top of Carn Dearg. It is supposed to have been a loch, but at present it could not contain water, as there are large gaps in its banks; it is now full of soft mud It means loch of the stone
OS1/22/1/93 [page] 93 County of Nairn
OS1/22/1/94 LOCHAN DUBHA Lochan Dubha Lochan Dubha Lochan Dubha Lochan Dubha Revd [Reverend] A Campbell Mr Angus McDonald Mr John Fraser Mr Alexander Bain 010 This name is applied to a collection of small lochs situated on the top, of Carn Dearg, and near to Carn nan tri tighearnan The water in any of them does not exceed two feet in depth. It means the small black loch
OS1/22/1/94 [page] 94 County of Nairn [The page is signed] G.Herb [Herbert] Bolland Capt.[Captain] R Engrs[Royal Engineers] 21-May 1869
OS1/22/1/95 [Page] 95 INDEX to 6 inch Sheets Nos 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, & 13 in the County of Nairn. Names of Objects -- Page -- 6 Inch Sheet A' Chlach-glais - 89 -- 13 Achnabechan -- 22 -- 8 Aitnoch -- 73 -- 11 Allt Aireimh -- 27 -- 8 Allt a' Bad Uhosaiche -- 89 -- 13 Allt na h-Athais -- 13. -- 7 Allt a' Bhreabadair -- 36 -- 10 Allt a' Choire -- 35 -- 10 Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe -- 52 -- 10 Allt a' Choire Odhair Bhig -- 88 -- 13 Allt a' Choire Odhair Mhoir -- 91 -- 13 Allt a' Mhuilinn -- 51 -- 10 Allt an Daimh -- 84 -- 12 Allt an Iomaill -- 10 -- 7 Allt an t-Sithean -- 28 -- 8 Allt an t-Slugain Bhig -- 37 -- 10 Allt an t-Slugain Mhoir -- 38 -- 10 Allt Bad an Iasgair -- 80 -- 11 Allt Bad an Staing -- 85 -- 13 Allt Breac -- 49 -- 10 Allt Càrn a' Ghrantaich -- 31 -- 9 Allt Càrn a' Mhais Leathain -- 60 -- 10 Allt Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich -- 81 -- 10 & 12 Allt Choire Odhair -- 8 -- 7 Allt Creag a' Chait -- 9 -- 7 Allt Cromachan -- 31 -- 9 Allt Dearg -- 8 -- 7 & 10 Allt Dubh -- 7 -- 7 & 10 Allt Gaineamhach -- 83 -- 12 Allt Laoigh -- 86 -- 13 Alltlaoigh (In Ruins) -- 86 -- 13 Allt Meaton -- 90 -- 13 Allt na h-Athais -- 7 -- 7 & 9 Allt na Leacainn -- 6 -- 7 Allt nan Clach Breaca -- 91 -- 13 Allt Tarsuinn -- 91 -- 13 Allt Ruadh -- 48 -- 10 Allt Ruithe Moir -- 29 -- 9 Allt Ruithe Mòr -- 32 -- 9 An Riasgach -- 57 -- 10 An Seileach -- 56 -- 10 An Sgòr -- 44 -- 10 Badnonan -- 86 -- 13 Balfreish (In Ruins) -- 74 -- 11 Ballaggan -- 53 -- 10 Ballaggan Burn -- 53 -- 10 Ballentore -- 20 -- 8 Ballerochan -- 51 -- 10 Balmackiver -- 16 -- 8 Balmore -- 1 -- 7 Balnaclach -- 47 -- 10 Balnamain -- 23 -- 8 Balnught -- 47 -- 10 Banchor -- 63 -- 11 Battananteoig -- 85 -- 13 Battanmaceachain -- 77 -- 11 Beinn Bhuidhe Bheag -- 34 -- 9 Beinn Bhuidhe Mhòr -- 34 -- 9 Beinn na Buchanich -- 32 -- 9 Blackfold -- 15 -- 8 Braevall -- 3 -- 7 Bridge of Dulsie -- 71 -- 11 Boath Bridge -- 16 -- 8 Burnside -- 65 -- 11 Caochan Amair -- 43 -- 10 Caochan a' Bhodaich -- 27 -- 8 Caochan a' Bhotain Duibh -- 6 -- 7 Caochan a' Ghaid -- 12 -- 7 Caochan a' Ghaill -- 35 -- 10 Caochan a' Ghiubhais -- 53 -- 10 Caochan an Fhir-ruithe -- 57 -- 10 Caochan an Riasgaich -- 93 -- 10 Caochan Càrn a' Mhais Leathain -- 39 -- 10 Caochan Dir na Lair -- 5 -- 7 Caochan Gortach -- 90 -- 13
OS1/22/1/96 [Page] 96 Names of Objects -- Page -- 6 Inch Sheet Caochan na Criche -- 45 -- 10 Caochan na Feàrna -- 78 -- 11 Caochan na Feithe Seilich -- 41 -- 10 Caochan na Seangan -- 9 -- 7 Caochan Odhar -- 61 -- 10 Caochan Odhar -- 62 -- 10 Caochan Poll nan Gabhar -- 12 -- 7 Caochan Tom nan Clach -- 83 -- 12 Carnoch -- 45 -- 10 Carnoch Burn -- 45 -- 10 Cairn of Kincraig -- 30 -- 10 Càrn a' Bhotain -- 36 -- 10 Càrn a' Cheathraimh Mhoir -- 79 -- 11 Càrn a' Choire Odhar -- 33 -- 9 Càrn a' Chrasgie -- 11 -- 7 Càrn a' Gharbh-ghlaic -- 85 -- 13 Càrn a' Mhais Leathain -- 41 -- 10 Càrn Allt Laoigh -- 88 -- 13 Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich -- 82 -- 12 Càrn an Uillt Bhric -- 49 -- 10 Càrn Bad a' Churaich -- 79 -- 11 Càrn Bad nan Clachan -- 78 -- 11 Càrn Beag -- 69 -- 11 Càrn Dearg -- 62 -- 10 Càrn Dubhaidh -- 23 -- 8 Càrn Dubh Beag -- 34 -- 9 Càrn Dubh Mòr -- 33 -- 9 Càrn Glas -- 84 -- 12 Càrn Maol -- 11 -- 7 Càrn Mheadhoin -- 87 -- 13 Càrn Mòr -- 51 -- 10 Càrn Mòr -- 80 -- 11 Càrn na Caillich -- 17 -- 8 Càrn na h-aon-Chraoibhe -- 60 -- 10 Càrn nan tri-tighearnan -- 58 -- 10 Càrn nan Clach Garbha -- 90 -- 13 Càrn na Sguabaich -- 35 --10 Càrn Odhar -- 30 -- 10 Càrn Odhar -- 60 -- 10 Càrn Sgùmain -- 44 -- 10 Càrn Torr Mheadhoin -- 81 -- 12 Site of Chapel -- 72 -- 11 Chapel Field -- 72 -- 11 Church -- 21 -- 8 Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Bhig -- 92 -- 13 Cnapan a' Choire Odhair Mhoir -- 92 -- 13 Cnapan Beaga -- 92 -- 13 Cnapan Mora -- 92 -- 13 Cnocan Buidhe -- 88 -- 13 Cnoc a' Chinn Leith -- 56 -- 10 Cnocan Leth na Slighe -- 11 -- 7 Cnoc an t-Sithein -- 50 -- 10 Coire Buidhe -- 52 -- 10 Coire Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich -- 82 -- 12 Coire Odhar Beag -- 42 -- 10 Coire Odhar Beag -- 88 -- 13 Coire Odhar Mòr -- 89 -- 13 Collindoune -- 66 -- 11 Cose -- 13 -- 7 Creag an Daimh -- 10 -- 7 Creag a' Chnocain -- 58 -- 10 Creag an Fhithich -- 48 -- 10 Creagan Glas -- 32 -- 9 Creag Phadruig -- 37 -- 10 Creag Ruadh -- 54 -- 10 Dalbuie -- 47 -- 10 Dalcharn -- 13 -- 7 Daless -- 54 -- 10 Dalnaheiglish -- 21 -- 8 Dalriach Burn -- 33 -- 9 Daltra -- 21 -- 8 Doune -- 71 -- 11 Drochaid Allt Bad an Iasgair -- 80 -- 11 Drochaid an t-Sithein -- 28 -- 8 Drumlochan -- 76 -- 11 Drummore -- 22 -- 8 Drynachan Burn -- 61 -- 10
OS1/22/1/97 [Page] 97 Names of Objects -- Page -- 6 Inch Sheet Drynachan Lodge -- 46 -- 10 Drynachan Mill (corn) -- 46 -- 10 Dunearn -- 69 -- 11 Dunearn Lodge -- 66 -- 11 Féith Ghorm -- 93 -- 10 Ferness -- 24 -- 8 Ferness Mains -- 22 -- 8 General Wade's Military Road -- 72 -- 11 Glac Buidhe -- 37 -- 10 Glac an Eich -- 55 -- 10 Glac Garbh -- 75 -- 11 Glenferness House -- 19 -- 8 Highland Boath -- 2 -- 7 Hill of Aitnoch -- 74 -- 11 Kincraig (In Ruins) -- 55 -- 10 Knockandhu -- 48 -- 10 Knockandhu -- 66 -- 11 Knockandhu -- 86 -- 13 Leac an Daimh -- 89 -- 13 Leonach -- 85 -- 13 Leonach Burn -- 70 -- 11 Little Banchor (In Ruins) -- 63 -- 11 Lochan Tùtach -- 74 -- 11 Loch Dubh -- 76 -- 11 Loch Dubh -- 77 -- 11 Lochindorb -- 87 -- 11 Loch of Boath -- 1 -- 7 Lochan Dubha -- 94 -- 10 Loch Winter -- 38 -- 10 Loch nan Clach -- 93 -- 10 Loupmore -- 69 -- 11 Lynemore -- 63 -- 11 Maol an Tailleir -- 68 -- 11 Marchstripe -- 67 -- 11 Meur Bheoil -- 40 -- 10 Meur Garbh -- 59 -- 10 Meur Meadhonach -- 40 -- 10 Meur Mìn -- 59 -- 10 Meur Tuath -- 39 -- 10 Miltown -- 73 -- 11 Newlands of Balmackiver -- 16 -- 8 Poll Beag -- 50 -- 10 Post Office -- 24 -- 8 Princess' Stone (Sculptured) -- 19 -- 8 Quilichan -- 54 -- 10 Rearple -- 73 -- 11 Red Burn -- 17 -- 8 Refouble -- 65 -- 11 Refuil -- 64 -- 11 Reeskie (In Ruins) -- 79 -- 11 Rehiran -- 4 -- 7 Reroppie -- 65 -- 11 Reroppie Burn -- 75 -- 11 Rhibanchor -- 77 -- 11 Rhilean -- 78 -- 11 Rhilean Burn -- 70 -- 11 River Findhorn -- 64 -- 11 Rumachroy -- 15 -- 8 Sabhal a' Ghearsanaich -- 91 -- 13 School -- 25 -- 8 Shealeat -- 43 -- 10 Sliabhgherarie -- 3 -- 7 Stac a' Ghamhna -- 67 -- 11 Streens -- 42 -- 10 Stripe of Little Lyne -- 25 -- 8 Stripe of Muckle Lyne -- 26 -- 8 Suspension Bridge -- 67 -- 10 Tirfogrean -- 46 -- 10 Tom an Fhèidh -- 63 -- 11 Tomlachan -- 75 -- 11 Tomlachan Burn -- 76 -- 11 Tom nan Clach -- 83 -- 12 Tom nan Meann -- 18 -- 8 Tomnarroch -- 23 -- 8 Tomnarroch Burn -- 27 -- 8 Torr an Eas -- 52 -- 10
OS1/22/1/97 Tomnarroch Burn - page 29, not 27.
OS1/22/1/98 [Page] 98 Names of Objects -- Page -- 6 Inch Sheet Tor Burn -- 70 -- 11 Torgarrow -- 68 -- 11 Wester Barevan -- 4 -- 7 Wester Dulsie -- 68 -- 11 Whitefold -- 1 -- 7
OS1/22/1/99 1 O.S. 321. NAME BOOK OF PARTS OF THE PARISHES OF ] ARDCLACH, CAWDOR, CROY AND DALCROSS AND MOY AND DALAROSSIE. on 6 Inch Scale Sheets 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12 & 13 IN THE COUNTY OF NAIRN Handwritten note added - The names and descriptions of these parishes will be found in the Name Books of the 1/2500 work of each
OS1/22/1/99 Unable to read other note on page which looks like place names.

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