List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of the CONFLICT OF STRONE RUNGIE (Between men of Sutherland and Caithness) Site of the Conflict of Strone Rungie. (between men of Sutherland and Caithness) Rev. [Reverend] G. McMillan, Manse, Loth
Mr. A. McEwen Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
Mr. J. Campbell, Schoolmaster Helmsdale
090 It is said that a Conflict or Battle was fought here between the men of Sutherland and Caithness, but there is very little information can be obtained in the neighbourhood respecting it. In a note at the end of Loth parish, in the Old Statistical Account Vol. [Volume] 6, page 321, the following occurs. "A number of tumuli lie on the shore of Wester Garty, which is said to have been the field of a bloody battle, betwixt the Sutherland and Caithness men, the particulars of this engagement, under the name of Stronrunkie, used to be a frequent and familiar subject of conversation in the young days of the oldest men in the parish; but they themselves remember nothing but the tradition of the battle.
Allteenie Burn
Allteenie Burn
J.B. Dudgeon Esq. Crakaig by Brora
A. McEwan Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster Loth
Mr. Gilbert Sutherland, Crakaig, by Brora
089; 090 A small stream having its source about half a mile to the Northwest of the parish Church of Loth. It runs in a southern direction for about half a mile; it then turns to the east and enters the Sea about one fourth of a mile south of the Manse of Loth Ph. [Parish]

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County of Sutherland -- Parish of Loth

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