List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ROHALLION CASTLE (Ruins of) Rohallion Castle (in ruins)
Rohallion Castle (in ruins)
Rohallion Castle (in ruins)
Sir W.D. Stewart, Bart. [Baronet]
Mr. John Harris
Revd. [Reverend] Daniel McBride
062 This name is applied to the ruins of an ancient castle or stronghold, situated on high ground in the east side of Birnam Hill. The walls are only a few feet high, and from their great thickness it would seem that the place was at one time of considerable strength Property of Sir W.D. Stewart, Bart. [Baronet]

"Birnam Hill was in ancient times included within the bounds of the Royal Forest. To the south of the hill, not far from Rohallion - the Shooting Lodge of James Condie, Esqr., Perth - are the ruins of a Hunting Seat, said to have belonged to one of the early Scottish Kings"
Dunkeld, its Straths & Glens

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Parish of Little Dunkeld

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