Ferintosh Places

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Burial Grounds

There are two burial grounds: Urquhart Old burial ground and Urqhuart burial ground.  Please view some of the phtographs of these burial grounds.

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Memorial at Simon's Loch

The loch known as Simon’s Loch, in the Monadh Mhor wood in the Black Isle, was the scene of a tragedy on 18 May 1952 when a small boat capsized, throwing the occupants into the loch, resulting in the drowning of three teenage boys.

Memorial Cairn

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Churches

Find out about the churches within the area including the well known Burn of Ferintosh.  Also, read about Urquhart – Ivy-clad kirk by the Firth.

Ferintosh Burn - Date unknown (wet again).

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Commercial

There are a wide range of commercial properties.

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Features

Visit the features page to see a wide range of features within the Ferintosh area.

A close-up showing some of the villagers' names inscribed on the stones of the cairn.

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Locations

View some photos of locations within the Ferintosh area.  These photographs range from as far back as pre-1874 and give a fascinating insight into life in those days.

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Place Names of Parish of Ferintosh Place (formerly Urquhart and Logie Wester Parish)

This extract was taken, with the permission of the Trustees, from Prof. W.J. Watson’s – ‘Place Names of Ross and Cromarty’. The most recent edition of this work was published by HIGHLAND HERITAGE BOOKS Tir nan Oran, 8 Culcairn Road, Evanton IV16 9YT

Place Names of Ross and Cromarty p113 onwards

Place Names of Ross and Cromarty

Public

Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society acknowledges the permission of Mrs Betsy Morrison to reproduce the account of Ferintosh Hall Golden Jubilee.

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