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A History of Rannoch
VILLAGES AND SETTLEMENT IN RANNOCH--18th and 19th CENTURY


Numbers of families given were known

1.   Braes of Rannoch………….6
2.   Georgetown………………25 (Corn Drying Kiln visible)
3.   Finnart……………………….(Only three ruins are still visible)
4.   Camghouran………………30
5.    Dall…………………………(Four or five ruins still visible)
6.    Carie………………………12
7.     Bunrannoch……………….50  (Ruins still visible)
8.     Innerhadden……………….10
9.     Dalchosnie…………………’some tenants’
10.   Lassintullich……………….’a large number of small tenants’
11.   Tempar…………………….6 (There used to be a school here)
12.    Crossmount……………….’ a number of tenants’
13.    Tullochroisk ………………’a number of tenants’
14.    Braes of Foss………………A tackman’s house. Difficult to tell how many ruins here.
15.    Easter Pitkerill……………..8 (Ruins and corn drying kiln still visible)
16.    Wester Pitkerill…………….8 (Ruins and corn drying kiln still visible)
17.    Tombreck…………………..A tackman’s house
18.    Murlaggasn…………………Estate workers mentioned.  No numbers.
19.    Druimchauine……………….A tackman’s house
20.    Laoine Mhor………………..’a thriving community’
21.    Auchtarsin………………….20  Very few ruins now visible
22.    Balemor…………………….6
23.     Druimglas………………….’a number of small holdings’
24.     Druimchastle………………’three tenants’
25.     Kinloch…………………….50
26.     Leargan…………………….8
27.     Annat
28.     Craiganour………………….60 (Many ruins still visible and a corn drying kiln.
29.     Aulich
30.     Learan……………………….7
31.     Killichonan…………………..40 (Very few ruins still visible)
32.     Ardlarich…………………….3
33.      Camusericht…………………(Ruins visible)
34.       Bridge of Gaur (Kenaclacher)..(One or two ruins visible)
35.       Cor a’ Dhuin (Dunan)………(Ruins still visible) 

Note: A tacksman usually had a small settlement to look after.  There are remains of an old settlement at Invercomrie.  The places and numbers can be found on the appropriate map.


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