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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRACKAIG LINKS CracKaig LinKs
CracKaig LinKs
CracKaig LinKs
J.B. Dudgeon Esqr. CracKaig, By Brora.
Mr. A. McEwan, Parochial Schoolmaster, Loth.
Mr. Gilbert Sutherland CracKaig - Crofts. By Brora
089; 098; 099 This name applies to a portion of uncultivated land comprising several Acres, and situated upon the sea shore about one half mile to the South of CracKaig farm Steading, it is covered with pasture and rough pasture. His Grace the DuKe of Sutherland, proprietor
LOTHMORE Lothmore
Lothmore
Lothmore
J.B. Dudgeon Esqr.
Mr. A. McEwan
Mr. Gilbert Sutherland
089 Applied several small crofts situated about one half mile to the northwest of Loth Church, the buildings are one story high, thatched and in fair repair. His Grace the DuKe of Sutherland, proprietor
CRACKAIG CROFTS CracKaig Crofts
CracKaig Crofts
CracKaig Crofts
J.B. Dudgeon Esqr.
Mr. A. McEwan
Mr. Gilbert Sutherland
089 This name applies to Several Small crofts Situated a Short distance to the north of CracKaig farm Steading, the buildings are one Story high, thatched, and in middling repair. His Grace the DuKe of Sutherland, proprietor

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