List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HEIGHTS OF AUCHTERNEED Heights of Auchterneed
Heights of Auchterneed
Heights of Auchterneed
Heights of Auchterneed
Mr Gunn Factor
Mr Macorquodale
Mr Gray, Tenant
Valuation Roll for 1868 & 69
076 A small cultivated district in Strathpeffer, lying a short distance north of Auchterneed village, from which its name is derived, It is divided into allotments, the houses upon which are thatched, one story high, and are in middling order The Duchess of Sutherland proprietrix
Auchterneed Burn
Auchterneed Burn
Mr. McCorquodale
Mr Gray, Hights of Auchterneed
Mr Macrae, Auchterneed
076; 088 This is a small hill burn which rises in the hills near the north west end of Strathpeffer, + The hill portion of this Stream bears the name of "Allt an Ruamhair" and falls in a Southerly direction, passing through Auchterneed village, until it joins the river Peffery near Castle Leod, It is about 1 mile in length.
MANSE [parish] Manse
Mr Gunn
Revd [Reverend] J Menzies, Tent [Tenant]
Co [County] Valuation Roll
076 This is the parish manse, and is a large neatly built house, two stories high, with suitable offices attached, both being slated and in good condition

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