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OS1/28/9/69

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INCHVANNIE Inchvannie
Inchvannie
Inchvannie
Mr Gunn, Factor
Revd [Reverend] J. Menzies,
Co. [County] Valuation Roll
076 This is a neatly built farm house two stories high, with large steading attached, both of which are slated and in very good repair The Duchess of Sutherland proprietrix
KEPPOCH Keppoch
Keppoch
Keppoch
Mr Ross, Banker, Tenant
Mr Gunn
Co. [County] Valuation Roll
076 This is a beautifully built farm house two stories high, having a suitable farm steading adjoining, both being slated and in a thorugh state of repair The Duchess of Sutherland proprietrix
STONE CIST CONTAINING HUMAN REMAINS FOUND A.D. 1820 [Keppoch] 076 A Stone Coffin containing human remains, which when exposed to the air fell into dust, were found here about the year 1820. They were found in a field about 980 links South East of Keppoch Farmsteading
RIVER PEFFERY River Peffery
River Peffery
River Peffery
River Peffery
River Peffery
River Peffery
Mr Gunn, Factor
Mr McCorquodale
Statistical account
Mr Moffat, Town Clerk, Dingwall
Mr Graham, Inspector of Poor, Dingwall Copied from P. [Page] 5
William Magregor, Dingwall
076; 088 This is a small river formed by the confluence of Auchterneed Burn and Allt a' Bhuig near Castle Leod and flowing through Strath Peffer in an easterly direction until it enters the Cromarty Firth at Dingwall and it gives the Strath its distinctive name. Also it passes through the parish of Fodderty in the Counties of Cromarty Detd [Detached] and Ross-shire and forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Fodderty and Dingwall both in Ross-shire.

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County of Ross -- PArish of Fodderty (Proper)

Stone Cist containing Human Remains found A.D. 1820 [Keppoch] [note] By order John T. Hoban c.a. [civilian assistant] 11 Jany [January] 1876

River Peffery [notes] By order. J.T.H. 12.1.76.
This River is only navigable as far as the Foot Bridge.

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