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OS1/28/9/4

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STRATH PEFFER Strath Peffer
Strath Peffer
Strath Peffer
Strathpeffer
Strathpeffer
Strathpeffer
Mr. Moffat, Town Clerk, Dingwall
Mr. W. C. Joass
Mr. McGregor
New St: [Statistical] Account
Old St: [Statistical] Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
075; 076; 087; 088 A fertile tract about, ½ a mile wide, extending to the celebrated mineral wells of the same name, from a point half-a-mile to the N.E. [North East] of the town of Dingwall.
MILL OF INSCH BRIDGE Mill of Insch Bridge
Mill of Insch Bridge
Mr. W. C. Joass
Mr. McGregor
076 This is a small stone bridge of one arch, on the county road, spanning the River Peffery a mile from where it falls into the Cromarty Firth. From an inscription on the bridge it appears it was erected by "Duncan Davidson Esq of Tulloch in 1787".

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