Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

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Tontearie

Owners/occupiers

Charles Stuart, (m. Isabella Cameron) was a farmer of Tontearie, died before 1855. It was then farmed by son Paul Stuart, b. 30 Nov 1842. When Paul gave up Tontearie it was taken over by his son in law, James Cameron, who married Pauls daughter Catherine.

After this Tontearie was taken over by Betty Cameron who married G. Grant.

This info is sourced from typed papers that my grannies aunt had when she researching the family tree. Information kindly provided by Sarah Heaton

Location/map ref

Tulloch

Other references

Sarah Heaton (April 2009)

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Nethy Bridge
Inverness-shire
PH25 3DA
Scotland