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OS1/28/9/110

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNGLASS Dunglass
Dunglass
Dunglass
Mr Blackadder Ground officer Brahan
Mr Peterken Farmer Dunglass
Mr Clachar, schoolmaster MaryBank
088 This name applies to a large farm house and steading, situated about a mile east from Brahan Castle built of stone and slated house two storey high - offices one. in good repair, the property of K.S. Mackenzie Esqr. of Brahan Castle By Dingwall.
BEALACH SHEÒRAIS Bealach Sheòrais
Bealach Sheòrais
Bealach Sheòrais
Mr MacKenzie, Schoolmaster
Mr Blackadder, Manager
Mr Chisholm, Tenent.
088; 099 This name is applied to an opening in the hill north of Brahan Castle, Brahan rock forming the one side of the ravine as it may be called. The name Signifies "George's Pass," On the property of K.S. MacKenzie of Brahan.

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Dunglass [note] Ph [Parish] of Fodderty Detd [Detached] No. 2

Bealach Sheòrais [note] Phs [Parishes] of Fodderty Detd [Detached] No. 2 and Urray

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