List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Loch Loy
Loch Loy
Loch Loy
Loch Loy
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Reid
Mr. Laidlaw
Mr. R. McBeth.
The Topographical Statistical & Historical Gazetteer of Scotland P..78
002 A small Loch situated in the Northern, and Lower, part of the Parish of Auldearn. Surrounded with barren uncultivated land. It runs lengthwise nearly E. & N. for more than a mile and varies in breadth from about 15 chains to something more than 2. being wider at the E. & West ends and narrow in the middle, proximalely. It has the outline of an hour glass. It is sometimes called Loch Lee. but the Authorities agree in calling it Loch Loy.
Revd [Reverend] Mr. Reid Manse Auldearn
Mr E. Laidlaw. Registrar & Schoolmaster Auldearn
Mr R McBeth. Farmer
002 A large firstclass farmsteading consisting of an excellent Rectory dwelling house and good offices. All stated and in very good repair. Occupied by Mr. R. McBeth. Farmer.
The property of William Brodie Esqr. Brodie Castle. Nairn.

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Nairnshire -- Parish of Auldearn

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Maviston. The last sentence has pencilled entry "see p 18". Castle Nairn has been circled.

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