List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INCHYRA Inchyra Robert Foggo, St. Madoes
Alexander McLaren Inchyra
James Powrie Gardener
098 [Situation] On the East bank of the River Tay.
A Small Village on the North bank of the River Tay, on the Estate of Inchyra; it Consists of a Farmhouse and offices, a Public House, a Toll Bar House and several one-storey-high Cottages; it has also an Ice House and pier for the use of the Salmon Fishings, and is the property of Mrs. Crystall, Barnhill Perth
PRIORLAND Priorland Alexander McLaren
Joseph Cameron
James Powrie
098 [Situation] About 20 chains East of Inchyra.
A Farmhouse with offices and a Farm of Land attached, a short distance East from Inchyra Village; it is occupied by Mr Duncan, and the property of the Right Hon. [Honourable] Lord Gray, Kinfauns Castle.
CAIRNIE POW Cairnie Pow Alexander McLaren
Joseph Cameron
James Powrie
098 [Situation] Running through the S.W. [South West] portion of Kinnoull Det. [Detached] into the River Tay.
This is the Continuation of a Stream which rises in the Parish of Kinfauns, near Glendoick, where it is called 'Pow of Glencarse'. The Name "Cairnie Pow" applies to that portion extending from the Junction of the Parishes of Kinfauns, Kinnoull (detd. [detached] No. ) and St. Madoes, near to Glencarse Ry. [Railway] Station - to where it Joins the River Tay at the Village of Inchyra.

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Parish of Kinnoull (detd. [detached] No.2) -- Sheet 98 No.16 Trace 2

[Note to Inchyra:]
There is a Ferry here.
O.M.O. [Ordnance Mapping Office]

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