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TITLE
The Burgh of Inverness in the 16th Century
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_941_21_001
PLACENAME
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona
PERIOD
16th century
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31371
KEYWORDS
maps
maps of Inverness
The Burgh of Inverness in the 16th Century

This map shows the burgh of Inverness as it would have been divided up in the sixteenth century. Various medieval placenames are used including Schipland, Ald Fosse (or Auld Fosse), Foull Poull, Kyrkget, Estgate, Damisdaill, Brigend, Gairbreid, Skay Get, Porter Land, The Burrow Ruidis, Clayepotts, and Black Freiouris Yardis.

The map is included in 'Life in Inverness in the Sixteenth Century' by William Mackay (1911).

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The Burgh of Inverness in the 16th Century

INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona

16th century

maps; maps of Inverness;

Highland Libraries

This map shows the burgh of Inverness as it would have been divided up in the sixteenth century. Various medieval placenames are used including Schipland, Ald Fosse (or Auld Fosse), Foull Poull, Kyrkget, Estgate, Damisdaill, Brigend, Gairbreid, Skay Get, Porter Land, The Burrow Ruidis, Clayepotts, and Black Freiouris Yardis.<br /> <br /> The map is included in 'Life in Inverness in the Sixteenth Century' by William Mackay (1911).