Plan Of The Estate Of Ardsheal, Lismore And Appin, Argyll

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Organisation: The National Records of Scotland (NRS)

Site ID: RHP3484

Date: 1773

Description: A Plan of the Estate of Ardsheall lying in the Parish of Appin and County of Argyll. By William Morison.
[1:10,700] 1 in = 12 Scottish chains. 93 x 104 cm.
Estate plan showing extent of the forfeited lands of Ardsheal. Land use indicated including arable, pasture, moor and wood. Steadings, march dykes, roads and limestone noted. Table of contents. Title flanked by kilted highlanders and scene containing military encampment, baggage train and soldiers showing. Names of adjacent lands and proprietors including Mr Seton of Cuil and Glenure. For detailed farm plans see below.

Archival history: Exchequer Records: Forfeited Estates 1745: Particular Management: Charles Stewart of Ardsheal, Ardsheal Estate (E737)

Coordinates: 210316, 753809