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OS1/28/9/6

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KINNAIRDIE Kinnairdie
Kinnairdie
Kinnairdie
Duncan Davidson Esq Tulloch Castle proprietor
Mr Graham Inspector of poor Dingwall
Mr Magregor Dingwall
076 A farmhouse and out offices two storeys high slated and in good repair property of Duncan Davidson Tulloch Castle by Dingwall.
BRIDGEND Bridge-end
Bridge-end
Bridge-end
Mr Moffatt Town Clerk Dingwall
Mr Graham Inspector of poor Dingwall
Mr Magregor Dingwall
076 A corn mill, farm house and outoffices from one to two storeys high partly thatched and partly slated, in good repair property of Duncan Davidson Esqr Tulloch Castle by Dingwall.
CNOC NA CROICH Knock na Croich
Knock na Croich
Knock na Croich
Mr Magregor Dingwall
Mr Graham Inspector of poor Dingwall
Mr Mckay Dingwall
076 A natural mound situated near to the Lodge at the approach to Tulloch Castle. It is supposed that it was at some remote period a place of execution.

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County of Ross -- Parish of Dingwall

Bridge-end [note] The hyphen is not to be used see Southampton remarks on Kintore Parish 1865
Knock na Croich [note] Amend to Cnoc by Order of Director General 12/1/81.

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