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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HILLHEAD Hillhead
Hillhead
Hillhead
Revd. [Reverend] J. White
Mr McArthur, Boghole
Mr Stables, Factor
002 This name is applied to two small dwelling houses one storey high, built on a small Knoll a short distance to the east of Leylands, they are thatched and in good repair. The Earl of Cawdor properietor
HILLOCKHEAD OF BOGHOLE Hillockhead of Boghole
Hillockhead of Boghole
Hillockhead of Boghole
Hillockhead of Boghole
Rent Receipt
Mr Petrie, Tenant
Revd. [Reverend] John White
Mr Stables, Factor
002 A farm house two storeys high, with offices detached a short distance, the former slated, and in excellent repair; the former slated, and in excellent repair, the latter thatched and only in middling condition. The Earl of Cawdor proprietor
LEYLANDS Leylands
Leylands
Leylands
Leylands
Lease.
Mr McArthur, Tenant Boghole,
Revd.[Reverend] John White. U.P. Manse
Mr Stables, Factor
002 This is a small dwelling house one storey high, thatched and in good repair. It was formerly a farm house, but the land has lately been joined to the farm of Boghole. The Earl of Cawdor proprietor
STONE COFFIN [Hillockhead of Boghole] Stone Coffin Cawdor Castle 002 East of these houses & on the West of Muckle Burn lies a Stone Coffin above ground said to be removed from the Stone Circle near Easter Golford

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