List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GRAVE YARD [Kinettas] Grave Yard Mr D Gunn, Nutwood Cottages
Mr Campbell Old Cottage
Mr William MacKenzie, Strathpeffer
087 This name applies to a graveyard, still in use, Situated a short distance north of Kinellan, the remains of a chapel were formerly visible, but no trace is remaining at present; and the site could not be pointed out by any of the old inhabitants of the district.
POST OFFICE [Park House] Post Office Mr H Beaton Post Master
Mr D Gunn
Mr Campbell
087 This name applies to a building situated opposite to Park House used as a post office and Postal Telegraph station, letters arrive at 12.30pm. and depart at 1.30pm. daily it is a Sub office to Dingwall P.O. [Post Office]
CLACH AN TIOMPAIN Clach an Tiompain Statistical Account
Mr D. Gunn
Mr Campbell
087 This name applies to a Stone Standing upon a Small Tumulus, situate near to Eaglestone Cottage it is above 3 feet high and bears, on the south Side a small sculptured imitation Said to be an eagle, but which as much resembles a parrot (over) [continued on page 116]

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Cromarty shire Detd [Detached] No. 21

Clach an Tiompain [note] No reliable information can be gleaned as to the date of this supposed Conflict, and as we have no date to work from it will be better to treat it as what it is. is a very doubtful Antiquity. Therefore the name is written on Plan in stump. J.T.H.

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