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OS1/33/6/1/37

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INVERSHIN CASTLE (Ruin) Invershin Castle (Ruins of)
Invershin Castle (Ruins of)
Rev. [Reverend] J M Joass
Mr A. McKay Inveran Hotel By Ardgay
107 This name applies to the Ruin of an old castle situated in the small district Known as Invershin and distant about four miles from the village of "Bonarbridge", the only portion now remaining is a few yards of wall standing about one foot above the Surface.
Nothing appears to be Known about the date of erection "supposed to be 300 years old" neither when it fell into decay.
This castle was surrounded by a Fosse or moat part of which is still visible on the north, South. & East. the bottom of the Ditch is about fifteen feet below the foundation of the ruin
His Grace the DuKe of Sutherland, proprietor
FOSSE [Invershin Castle] 107 This castle was surrounded by a Fosse or moat part of which is still visible on the north, South. & East. the bottom of the Ditch is about fifteen feet below the foundation of the ruin
His Grace the DuKe of Sutherland, proprietor

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County of Sutherland -- Parish of Creich

[Pencil note Fosse] -- written in Stump on Plan
Ought it not be
in G. [German] Text?

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