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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KEOLDALE Keoldale
Keoldale
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. John McKay
005 This name applies to a large Commodious & well built mansion two stories high with suitable out offices detached a short distance to the East of the Pier, the whole are slated, and in good repair. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
CNOC NAN CEANNAN Cnoc nan Ceannan
Cnoc nan Ceannan
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. John McKay
005 This name applies to a small mound having an Elevation of about five feet above the General Surface there is a tradition that it marks the Graves of Several Danes who were slain at this spot, but the date of the occurance is unknown. A portion of this mound was taken away A.D. 1835 when Several human bones were found as well as a small bronze elliptical cockade, & polished bone supposed to be used for fastening the military plaid. It Signifies the "Hillock of Heads".
HUMAN BONES AND AN ELLIPTICAL COCKADE FOUND HERE A.D. 1835 [Cnoc nan Ceannan] 005 This name applies to a small mound having an Elevation of about five feet above the General Surface there is a tradition that it marks the Graves of Several Danes who were slain at this spot, but the date of the occurance is unknown. A portion of this mound was taken away A.D. 1835 when Several human bones were found as well as a small bronze elliptical cockade, & polished bone supposed to be used for fastening the military plaid. It Signifies the "Hillock of Heads".

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