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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIGARNHALL Craigarnhall
Craigarnhall
Craigarnhall
Craigarnhall
Mr Henderson, Tenant
Mr T Reid, Hillside,
Mr William Henderson,
Valuation Roll for 1857-8
132 A well built farm house and steading in thorough repair, the whole slated. The Property of W. Stirling Esqr. Keir.
CRAIGARNHALL PLANTATION Craigarnhall Plantation
Craigarnhall Plantation
Craigarnhall Plantation
Mr Henderson
Mr T. Reid
Mr William Henderson
132 A small mixed Plantation in the vicinity of Craigarnhall Farm, from which it obtains the name.
RIVER TEITH River Teith
River Teith
River Teith
River Teith
River Teith
Teith River
Teith River
The Teith or Teath
River Teath
River Teath
River Teath
Mr Henderson
Mr T Reid
Mr William Henderson.
New Statistical Account of Stirling Ph [Parish]
New Statistical Account of Kincardine Ph [Parish]
Ainslie's Map of Scotland 1789
Johnston's County
Fullarton's Gazetteer of Scotland
New Statistical Account of Lecropt Ph [Parish]
Old Statistical Account of Lecropt Ph [Parish]
Old Statistical Account of Kincardine Ph [Parish]
132 This river forms the South western bdy [boundary] of the Parish. It rises partly at the head of Glengyle, flowing through Loch Venachar from Loch Achray and Loch Katerine, and partly in the Braes of Balquidder, flowing through Loch Foil and Loch Lubnaig, the two Streams uniting above Callander, and joining the Forth two miles from Stirling.

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Co. [County] of Perth -- Ph [Parish] of Lecropt.

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