List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CILLE BHREA Cille Bhrea John Munro Esq, Swordale
John Bain Fluchlady
Colin Bain Shore Croft
076 An old Graveyard near Waterloo. There is no definite information Concerning the date of it having been first used but tradition gives the following as the cause. A Priest belonging to the Black Isle having some difference with the then proprietor at Foulis Crossed the Cromarty Firth with a number of men bent on revenge, but the boat was accidentally upset on nearing the shore at this place and the occupants drowned. The priests body was the first interred which gives it the name meaning "Burying-place of Bhrea" or "Bhreacan Bhiea or Bhieacan being the name of the priest whose body was buried in the grave-yard. J.C.

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