List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks

Invercharron Mains
Robert White Invercarron
William Fraser Tenant Invercarron
John Ross Postmaster Ardgay
Capt. [Captain] Ross Propr. [Proprietor] and Occupier
018A A Large Farm Steading with offices attached, built of Stone and Slated, Situated on the north bank of the River Carron about 1/2 a mile west of its junction with the Kyle of Sutherland The property and Residence of Capt. [Captian] J J Grove now Cap. [Captain] Row.
GARBH FHEÀRNA Garbh Fheàrna Robert White Invercarron 018A A Small portion of Moor-land partly wooded on the north bank of the River Carron a Short distance Southeast of Invercarron Mains Sig [Significance] "Thick Alder"
BONAR BRIDGE Bonar Bridge J Ellison Hotel Keeper Bonar
John Ross. Postmaster Ardgay
Mr. McIntyre Schoolmaster Kincardine
018A A Bridge Connecting Ardgay & Bonar Crossing the Kyle of Sutherland, it has three Iron Spans, the Roadway being of Stone, it is of Modern construction, and was erected under the Superintendance of the Commissioner of Highland Roads, and Bridges

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Parish of Kincardine
County of Ross
Sheet 18a Plan 13

INVERCARRON MAINS altered to Invercharron at the Exhibition of Boundaries held at Dingwall 1879.

[Signed] E C White
Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]

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