List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STONE CIRCLE (Remains of) Stone Circle (Remains of)
Stone Circle (Remains of)
Arthur Forbes Esq
Duncan Forbes Esq
004 This is the remains of one of those circles which are generally attributed to the Druids. It consists of two flags, which are in a leaning position, and an upright boulder, varying from 4 to 5 feet in height. It is situated about 175 yards South West of the ruins of a steading, called Park of Urchal, Immediately south of the Battle of Culloden.
PARK OF URCHAL Park of Urchal (In Ruins) Arthur Forbes Esq
Duncan Forbes Esq
004 This name is applied to the ruins of what was at one time a farmsteading and dwelling - dwelling hence situated on the Muir of Culloden and directly south of where the battle was fought.
CULLODEN MUIR Drumossie Muir
Culloden Muir
See Name Book of Croy & Dalcross, Inverness-shire 004
DRUMMOSSIE MUIR Field of the English See Name Book of Croy & Dalcross. Inverness-shire 004

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County of Nairn -- Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity

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Cancelled - Field of the English written in Croy and Dalcross Ph [Parish] Co [County] Inverness

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