List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Craigna Vernon
Craigna Vernon
Creag nam Faireadhnan and Creag nam Fairnean
Mr. Alexander Donald
Alexander Keir Daldanet
Robert McArthur
Revd. [Reverend] A.F. Stewart so given to him by 3 of the oldest men in the locality
129 A small rocky hill on the lands of Runagour.
Faire the plural of which is Fairenean or Faireadh means watching - hence this hill may have been used as a species of Watchtower or look-out.
Kirkton Hill
Kirkton Hill
Robert McArthur
Mr. Alexander McDonald
Alexander Keir
129 A small hill on the farm of Kirkton The property of the Duke of Montrose.
BAD AN T-SASUNNAICH Bad an t Shassonich
Bad an t Shasunaich
Bad an t Shassunaich
Dr. [Doctor] Graham's Sketches of Perthshire,
Rev. [Reverend] A. F. Stewart Ph. Minr. [Parish Minister]
Duncan Ferguson Millton
129 A little to the westward of the Inn one of Duchray's followers shot one of the Englishmen from the opposite side of the river, who fell hear a clump of trees by the road side which is called to this day "Bad an t'Shassonich", or, The Englishman's Clump.
Dr. [Doctor] Graham

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[Note alongside Craigna Vernon:]
Recd. [received] from [Donald] JB

[Note under Bad an t-Sasunnaich:]
(correct genitive)
JB Lt. Col. [Lieutenant Colonel]

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Second initial of Rev. Stewart given as F. as it is clearly thus on pages 15 & 16.

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