List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Tom Riach
Tom Riach
Guide to Culloden Moor Sheet
Mr. Hamilton, Cantraybruich
Hugh Fraser, Factor, Cantray
006 The following relative to this object is taken from the "Guide to Culloden Moor":- On a terraced ground about a mile east of the cairns is An enormous boulder Mass of Conglomerate, called Clach Mhor á chruaidh-ghorston, or the Great Stone of the Rough Ground And generally Known as "Tomriach" which rests upon a bed of gravel, in which, at one time it was likely imbedded. It measures no less that 27 feet by 22, And 15 feet in height; And at a little distance may be taken for a Highland Cottage which it resembles in size & form. This is the name (Tom Riach) by which it is Known in the locality.

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