List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KINCARDINE [village] Kincardine
James Forsyth Esq. Factor
Mr. John Ross, Postmaster Argay [Ardgay]
Mr. Kenneth McNab, Oldtown.
027 Applied principally to the Church Manse and School, and two or three dwelling houses, and generally to a small district of Crofts, surrounding, and south of the church. It is situated about a mile east of Ardgay and is the property of Sir Charles Ross, Bart. [Baronet] Balnagown.
Black Hole
Mr. John McKenzie, Oldtown
Mr. Kenneth McNab, Oldtown
027 A small stream flowing northward into Allt na h-Eiteig half a mile south west of the Church
ALLT CLAIS A' MHULAIRT Allt clais a' Mhulairt Mr. Kenneth McNab 027 A small stream flowing northward through Cais [Clais] a' Mhulairt into the Kyle of Sutherland a short distance east of the Church - Length three quarters of a mile_ Meaning "Stream of the Hollow of the Dwarf Elder."_
CLAIS A' MHULAIRT Clais a' Mhulairt Mr. Kenneth McNab 027 A small hollow half a mile south of Kincardine church. meaning "Hollow of the Dwarf Elder"_

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