List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ACHASTAILE Ach' Astaile Rvd [Reverend] J. Joass Golspie
Mr A. Bain Corryauchavreal Rogart
104 This name applies to a crofters dwelling house, situated about a quarter of a mile north west of Muie. It is one storey high thatched, and in good repair. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, Pro. [Proprietor]
Mr Hall Tenant
Rvd [Reverend] J. Joass
104 This name applies to a large farm house situated in the Strath Fleet, a short distance north of the public road, and about three miles west of Rogart Railway Station. It is two storeys in height, the offices which are attached, is one storey high, all, is of recent erection, slated, and in capital repair. * His Grace the Duke of Sutherland Pro. [Proprietor]
STONE SPADE SHAPED IMPLEMENT FOUND HERE A.D. 1850 [Blarich] 104 *A short distance south of this farmhouse a stone implement spade shaped was found AD 1850 Now in the Museum of Dunrobin.
CREAG BHLÀRACH Creag Bhlàrach Rvd [Reverend] J. Joass
Mr A. Bain
104 This name applies to small knoll situated north of Blarich. The meaning is doubtful. DuKe of Sutherland Pro. [Proprietor]

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