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Cromarty Image Library

Cromarty Firth Map
The Cromarty Archive
Cromarty Firth Map

Cromarty and surrounding area from a map dated 1826.

A number of areas bounded in red also bear the name Cromarty so presumably these belonged the Laird?
Picture added on 22 August 2004 at 21:01
Comments:
Very interesting website! The areas bounded in red signify areas within the county of Cromarty, the lands of Viscount Tarbat (from 1703 George, Earl of Cromartie), which about 1685 were erected into the county of that name, based on the principle of the old sheriffdom of Cromarty.
Added by David MacDonald on 12 October 2004
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Documents

The death of John Watson, captain of the AilsaMarriage Bible InscriptionCromarty - Official Guide - c1960?Cromarty Cycling Club badgeMarion Davidson Wartime Pass BookLetter from Royal NavyForces Christmas Card - 1943Two Penny BlueAnnual Report of the Cottage HospitalPrince Charles at the Courthouse Museum