List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BAD A' CHRASGAIDH Badachraskie

Bad a' Chrasgaidh
Mr. W. McDonald
Mr. H. Ross
Referred to and corrected by
the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass
104 Applies to a shipherds [shepherd's] house situated ½ mile north east of "Rhemusaig", the building is one story, thatched & in fair repair. Property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
BADACHRASGAIDH Badachrasgaith Donald McLean Esq. factor Golspie
See 1-inch Name list of Sh. [Sheet] 103 submitted to him.
104 1-inch Revision October 1894
ALLT BAD A' CHRASGAIDH Badachraskie Burn

Allt Bad a' Chrsgaidh
Mr. W. McDonald
Mr. H. Ross
Referred to and corrected by the Revd. [Reverend] J. M. Joass Golspie
104 In the parishes of Rogart and Golspie.
Applied to a small mountain stream having its source some distance northeast of the above house [Bad a' Chrasgaidh] and flowing in a southerly direction for the distance of a mile where it enters a mill pond. A portion of it forms the Boundary between the Parishes of Rogart & Golspie.
On the property of the Duke of Sutherland.
PICTISH TOWER (Remains of) [East Kinnauld] Pictish Tower (Remains of)
Pictish Tower (Remains of)
Mr. Joass Golspie
Mr. Ross Innkeeper Pittentrail
104 In the Ph. [Parish] of Dornoch (Det.) [Determined]
The remains of a Pictish Tower situate on the Hill above and northeast of "East Kinnauld"
On the property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
BROUGH [East Kinnauld] Archaologia Leotica Vol. [Volume] V Part I pp. [pages] 107.190. 104

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Sutherland Ph. [Parish] of Rogart & Dornoch (Det.) [Determined]

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