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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNSINNAN Dunsinane
Dunsinane
Dunsinane
Dunsinnan
Dunsinnan House
Dunsinnan House
Dunsinnan House or Dunsinane
Dunsinane
Dunsinnane
Dunsinnan
Dunsinnan
Mr. Clark, Writer & Factor, Coupar Angus
Mr. Ritchie, resident factor
Mr. Stewart, Kinrossie
Mr. M. Nairne Proprietor
Old Stat [Statistical] Account
New Stat [Statistical] Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Pennant's Tour of 1772
County Directory
Chalmer's Caledonia
Tittle of Lord of Session
074 A mansion house with offices veg. [vegetable] garden and ornamental ground attached, property of J. Mellis Nairne Esqr.

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74-15 -- Parish of Collace -- Perthshire


The proper spelling "Dunsinnan" requested by the Proprietor in whose family the estate has been for generations, has been retained to the Mansion house and is acceding to the presumed derivation given by Chalmers - but the alternative mode "Dunsinane" has been advisedly retained as an exceptional case to them hill feauture of Shakesperian celebrity.
J.B. Lt. Col [Lieutenant Colonel]

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