Falls of Dochart - Killin, Perthshire

Places

Killin

Killin
  • Killin

    "The church of the pool". A large village on the west end of Loch Tay.

  • Kinnell

    "The end of the rock". A farm east of Killin village.

  • Auchmore

    "The large field". A farm and lodge east of Killin village.

  • Monomore

    "Large moss". A farm and cottages adjacent and part of Killin village.

  • Eilean Cor

    "Pointed Island". A farm south of Killin village.

  • Finlarig

    "Fair pass". A large farm.

    1769 Tenants: John Roberston.

  • Milton Finlarig

    A Mill.

    1769 Tenants: Alexander Campbell.

  • Boreland

    "Big yard or enclosure". A farm on the northside of the River Lochay.

  • Moirlanich

    "Plain of the west land". A farm on the southside of the River Lochay.

  • Murlaganmore

    "Big hollow". A farm on the southside of the River Lochay.

  • Murlaganbeg

    "Big little hollow". A farm on the southside of the River Lochay.

  • Craignavie

    "Sacred or heavenly rock". A farm on the northide of the River Dochart.

  • Acharn

    "Field of the cairn". A farm on the southside of the River Dochart.

Ardeonaig
  • Licknie

    "Flaggy". A cattle farm and croft.

    1769 Tenants: Duncan McArthur, Donald Campbell, Christian Campbell.

  • Margnacrainaig

    "Markland of the tree". A cattle farm.

  • Margbeg

    "Little markland". A cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: Hugh McLellan, Catherine McKeown, Janet Dewar.

  • Margmore

    "Big markland". A cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: Patrick Campbell.

  • Finglen

    "Fair glen". A cattle farm with a croft and alehouse.

    1769 Tenants: Duncan Campbell, Patrick Campbell, Donald Campbell, Elizabeth Cameron, Christian Malloch, Andrew Walker.

  • Soccoch

    "Point between two streams". A very large cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: Donald Campbell.

  • Newton

    "New Town". A cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: John Campbell, Donald Fisher.

  • Braentrian

    "The top of the promontory". A cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: Patrick Campbell, Arthur McArthur, Donald McDougall, John Crerar.

  • Bealloch and Tombane

    "Pass" and "Fair hillock". A cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: Archibald Campbell, John Fisher, Donald Sinclair.

  • Ardeonaig

    "Height of Eonan". A cattle farm and orchard.

    1769 Tenants: Patrick Stewart, John Kennedy.

  • Dalcroy, Bellina and Croftdow

    "Hard haugh", ? and "Black croft". A cattle farms and crofts.

    1769 Tenants: Archibald Campbell, Duncan Wright, Donald McFarlane, John Thomson, John McNab, Sibbela Campbell, Hugh McKeown, Malcolm Carmichael.

  • Craggan

    "Little rock". A cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: Patrick Campbell, Duncan Fisher, Patrick Fisher.

  • Croftinreot, Croftshennach, Croftnabeallie

    Crofts with cattle.

    1769 Tenants: John McLaren, Donald McNaughton, Patrick McKeown respectively.

  • Tullochean

    "Hillocks". Cattle farms.

    1769 Tenants: Wester: Patrick McLaren, Alexander Anderson, Donald Robertson, Donald McIntyre, Easter: John McLaren, John McKeown, Patrick Campbell, Donald McLaren.

  • Camussurich

    "Fork of the coracle or boat". A cattle farm.

    1769 Tenants: Alexander Campbell, Malcolm McLaren, Alexander Thomson, Gilbert Carmichael, Patrick McKeown, Malcolm Cameron.

Glen Dochart
  • Ardchyle

    "High Wood". Farms on the southside of River Dochart.

  • Innishewan

    "St. Eonan's island or holm". A farm on the northside of River Dochart.

  • Benmore

    "Big mountain". A farm immediately east of Loch Dochart.

Glen Lochay
  • Duncroisk

    "The hill of the crossing". Farms on the northside of River Lochay.

  • Tirai

    "Land?". A farm on the northside of River Lochay.

  • Tullich

    "Hillock". A farm on the northside of River Lochay.

  • Dalgirdy

    "Haugh of Ghaordaidh". A farm on the northside of River Lochay.

  • Innischoarach

    "Lofty meadow". A farm on the southside of River Lochay.

  • Kenknock

    "End of the knoll". A farm on the northside of River Lochay.

  • Innisraineach

    "Bracken meadow". A farm on the northside of River Lochay.

  • Tomochrocher

    "Hangman's hillock". A farm on the northside of River Lochay.