List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AULDEARN [village] Auldearn
Revd. [Reverend] James Reid P.M [Parish Minister] Auldearn Manse
Mr. Adam Laidlaw Ph. S.r.[Parish Schoolmaster] Auldearn
Mr. J. Mann Meadowfield
Mr Thomas Fraser Auldearn
Ranald Macdonald Esqr. Factor Cluny Castle Aberdeenshire
002 A country village of the same name as the parish, containing a population of about 400, on the direct road from Nairn to Forres and about three miles from the former and at the meeting of five roads. Most of the houses are apparently modern with the exception of a few on a riseing ground near the Church and range from one to two Storeys high partly slated and partly thatched and in general in good repair. It contains the Ph. [Parish] Church. Manse and School and Free Church School (Innes') three Public houses a Post office 5 or 6 small shops and a nameless Market Stone at which there are four fairs held in the year. the property of John Gordon Esqr. Cluny. Sir James Dunbar Bart. [Baronet] Boath and others.

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Nairnshire -- Auldearn Parish

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