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OS1/22/3/32

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AULDEARN BURN Auldearn Burn
Auldearn Burn
Auldearn Burn
Auldearn Burn
Auldearn Burn
Revd. [Reverend] J Reid
Mr. Adam Laidlaw
Mr. John Mann
Mr. Alexander McIntosh Dalmore
Ranald Macdonald Esqr Factor Cluny Castle Aberdeenshire
002 ; 005 A stream collecting on the south-west side of the parish and flowing nearly in a northerly direction till it reaches the village of Auldearn or Boath Mill, thence flows westward till it falls into the River Nairn at the town of Nairn. The whole of its course is through cultivated land, there are three corn mills on it its natural course has been straightened and now forms a drain from end to end its distance through the parish might be about 7 miles.
BOGSIDE WEST Bogside West
Bogside West
Bogside West
Revd. [Reverend] James Reid Auldearn Manse
Mr. Adam Laidlaw Auldearn School
Mr. John Mann Meadowfield
002 A farm steading dwelling house and out offices, one storey high thatched and in good repair the property of Sir James Dunbar Bart [Baronet] Boath House.

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Nairnshire -- Auldearn Parish

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Bogside West - written beneath this entry on original page in 2nd column - " This place would not be Known in the neighbourhood if written West Bogside"
Auldearn Burn - written beneath this entry on original page in 1st column - On Plan 5/1

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