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OS1/28/9/26

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EARL OF CROMARTY'S MONUMENT Earl of Cromarty's Monument
Earl of Cromarty's Monument
Earl of Cromarty's Monument
Mr Moffat Town Clerk Dingwall
Mr Graham Inspector of poor Dingwall
Mr Macgregor Dingwall
088 A monument in the form of an obelisk situated at the north end of the town of Dingwall on an artificial Mound of considerable extent. It rises to a height of 57 feet. and is 6 feet square at the base. It was erected by George first earl of Cromarty and was intended to ornament the spot which he designed to be the family burying place.
CHURCH [Dingwall] Church
Church
Church
Mr Moffat Town Clerk Dingwall
Mr Graham Inspector of poor Dingwall
Mr Macgregor Dingwall
088 A plain substantial building situated at the north end of the town of Dingwall. it is two storeys high slated and in good repair. property of the Heritors. It was erected in 1801 and is seated to accommodate about 800 persons.

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