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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLE (Remains of) [Dingwall] Castle (Remains of)
Castle (Remains of)
Castle (Remains of)
Mr Moffat
Mr. W. C. Joass
Mr. McGregor
088 These remains which consist of a small round-tower and a portion of an angle of the pile are situated quite close to The Castle which stands it is said on the site of the principal part of the ancient buildings. It is not known when the castle was built all that is known respecting it is that it belonged to the Lords of the Isles and that it subsequently came into the possession of the Earls of Ross, in what period is not ascertained. A bishop's ring and some other articles were discovered at it about 60 years ago when excavations were being made from which some infer that it was the seat of a bishop.

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Ross-shire -- Parish of Dingwall

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