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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DRUMTARLIE Drumtarlie
Drumtarlie
Drumtarlie
Drumtarlie
List of Properties 1842
William Dunn
N. McNish
George McHaffie Esqr.
013 [Situation] 1/2 Mile S.E [South East] of Merton Hall.
A considerable dwelling house and outhouses partly surrounded with Fir Plantations, it has a few acres of Land attached. The Property of E. Boyd Esqr. also the name of a small hill north of the above house, with a Plantation crossing it, it also forms a part of the ornamental grounds of Merton Hall Demesne. -
CULBRATTEN Culbratten
Culbratten
Culbratten
List of Properties 1842
George McHaffie Esqr.
Ainslie's Map 1782
013 [Situation] 1 Mile S.E [South East of Merton Hall.
An ordinary farm house with Convenient outhouses etc attached, The property of Col. [Colonel] S. Blair.
BARRAER Barraer
Barraer
Barraur
List of Properties 1842
George McHaffie Esqr.
Ainslie's Map 1782
013 [Situation] 1 1/2 Mile South of Merton Hall.
An ordinary farmhouse with convenient outhouses etc attached and about 300 acres of arble and Pasture Land. The property of Col. [Colonel] Stopford Blair.

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Parish of Penninghame
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42; 79 Drumtarlie
79 Culbratten
79 Barraer

[Notes] "Cul" The back of any thing; the hinder part, not the front etc.
"Gaelic Dictionary"

"Barr" The top, the uppermost part of any thing
"Reamhar" - Big, great, thick, of great circumference.
Gaelic Dictionary"

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