Camersey Burn - Dull, Perthshire

Places

Dull - Dul

The early Parish of Dull boundaries were established following the Reformation in the 1500's. It included large detached areas that are now in adjacent parishes. The later boundaries were established following 1889-92.

The parish boundaries of 1840 (red) incorporated portions of the parish of 1930 (black) in Fortingall, Weem, Kenmore and Logierait parishes.

The regions of Dull:

Appin of Dull - Apainn nam Meinnearach:

"The abbey land of the Menzies". The district consists of the flatlands of the River Tay between Loch Tay and Abefeldy.

  • Glengoulandie

    Gleann Gobhlandaidh - "The glen at the forked place". Farms north of Inchgarth.

  • Kindrochet

    Ceann Drochaid - "Bridge end". Farms on the east bank of Keltney Burn north of Milton Keltney.

  • Coshieville

    Cois a' Bhile - "Place of the sacred tree". A smithy and kiln on the north side of the River Tay east of Milton Keltney.

  • Donafuil

    Dun fuil - "Blooded hill". Farms on the north side of the River Tay east of Coshieville.

  • Tullichville

    Tulach a' Bhile - "Hillock by the rock edge". Farms on the north side of the River Tay west of Dull.

  • Tirinie

    Tìr Ìngnidh - "The land of the claw place". A farm on the north side of the River Tay west of Dull.

  • Tegarmuchd

    Teagar - "Sanctuary". Wester and Easter. Farms west of Dull.

  • Carse

    Cars - "Level plain". A farm on the north side of the River Tay south of Dull.

  • Dalrawer

    Dail Reamhar - "Rich haugh". A farm on the north side of the River Tay south of Dull.

  • Dull

    Dul - "Black haugh". A village on the north side of the River Tay.

  • Drumdewan

    Druim Dìomhain - "Idle ridge". A farm near Dull.

  • Tullicro

    Tulach cruaidh - "Hard hill". Upper and Lower. Farms near Dull.

  • Milton Camserney

    Cam-iarnaidh - "the dun or russet coloured curve". A mill town on the north side of the River Tay east of Dull. The village grew from seven mills along the Camserney Burn.

  • Croftnamuick

    Croit na muic - "Croft of the pig". Crofts east of Camserney.

  • Balhomais

    "Town of ?". Crofts and farm east of Camserney.

  • Farleyer

    A farm east of Camserney.

  • Lurgan

    A farm north of Camserney.

  • Balmore

    Baile mhor - "Large farm". A farm east of Lurgan.

  • Tomnaca

    A farm east of Lurgan.

  • Tominteold

    Tom an t-seobhalt - "Knoll of respect". A farm north of Weem.

  • Shenavail

    Sean Bhaile - "Old town". A farm east of Tominteold.

  • Rawer

    Reamhar - "Rich or fat". A farm north of Weem.

  • Newhall (formerly part of Weem)

    A farm and estate east of Taymouth Castle.

  • Druim an Tuirc (formerly part of Weem)

    Druim an Tuirc - "Boar's ridge". Previously farms east of Taymouth Castle.

  • Croftmoraig

    Croit Moraig - "Croft of Mary". Croft and farm west of Stix.

  • Stix (formerly part of Weem)

    Stuic - "Stocky or stooky-like ground". Styx or Stix is a croft further down the Tay from Taymouth on the south side across from Dull.

  • Tullichuil

    Tulach Cùil - "Corner Hill". A Farm south of the River Tay east of Stix.

  • Bolfracks (formerly part of Fortingall)

    Both Bhrac - "Spotted hut". A Farm and estate south of the River Tay east of Tullichuil.

  • Croftcour (formerly part of Fortingall)

    A Farm south of the River Tay east of Bolfracks.

  • Dunacree (formerly part of Fortingall)

    A Farm south of the River Tay northeast of Croftcour.

  • Farrochel (formerly part of Fortingall)

    Farms south of the River Tay east of Croftcour, upper and lower.

  • Dunskiag (formerly part of Fortingall)

    Dun sgeach - "Hill of thorns". A Farm south of the River Tay east of Farrochel.

  • Duntuim (formerly part of Logierait)

    A Farm south of the River Tay west of Aberfeldy.

  • Duntaylor (formerly part of Logierait)

    A Farm south of the River Tay west of Aberfeldy.

  • Urlar (formerly part of Fortingall)

    ùrlar - "Floor". A Farm south of the River Tay southwest of Aberfeldy upstream on the Urlar Burn. Southeast of Bolfracks

  • Margmore

    Marg mhor - "Large markland". A Farm south of the River Tay southwest of Aberfeldy upstream on the Moness Burn.

  • Tomnagoi

    A Farm east of Margmore.

  • Tyndun

    A Farm north of Tomnagoi.

  • Moness House

    Monadh an eas - "Hill of the waterfall". Farms and estate south of Aberfeldy.

  • Croftness

    Croit na eas - "Croft of the waterfall". Farm and croft upstream from Moness.

  • Dundai

    Farm south of Aberfeldy. East of Moness.

  • Aberfeldy

    Obair Pheallaidh - "Confluence of Palladius". A large town on the south side of the River Tay.

  • Tomchudan

    Farm southeast of Aberfeldy.

  • Braeside

    Farm southeast of Aberfeldy.

  • Borlick

    Mhor lag - "Big hollow". Farms east of Aberfeldy. Upper and lower.

  • Pittiely

    Farm and mill southeast of Borlick.

  • Errichel

    Farms southeast of Pittiely west of the Braes of Murthly.

The Mains of Comrie (formerly part of Weem):

This small area lies to the south west of Dull before the confluence of the River Lyon and River Tay.

  • Mains of Comrie

    5 crofts with 4 farms.

    1769 Tenants: Donald Sinclair and John Anderson.

  • Comrie

    Comraidh - "A running together, confluence or curved plain". 2 farms and 1 croft.

    1769 Tenants: Duncan McKercher, Donald McKercher and John Walker.

Foss - Fasadh:

"The place or stance". The district consists of estates and farms to the southwest of Loch Tummel.

  • Braes of Foss

    Bràigh Fasaidh - "Upper Place or stance". Farms southwest of Foss.

  • Tigh an t-socaich

    Farm adjacent to Braes of Foss.

  • Pitkerril

    Farms adjacent northeast of Braes of Foss. Wester and easter.

  • Druimbhac

    Druim bhac - "Obstructing ridge". Farm southwest of Tombreac.

  • Tombreac

    Tom breac - "Spotted hillock". Farm southwest of Ballantium.

  • Ballantium

    Baile an Tuim - "The farm at the hillock". Farm southwest of Kinardochy.

  • Kinardochy

    Ceann Àrdachaidh - "High head". Farm south of Daloist.

  • Daloist

    Dail Loisgte - "Burnt dale". Farm southwest of Drumnakyle.

  • Balnarn

    Farm west of Drumnakyle.

  • Drumnakyle

    Drum na coille - "Woody hollow". Village/estate south of Foss.

  • Donmaheich

    Farm in Foss.

  • Foss

    Fasaidh - "Place or stance". Village with Mill southwest of Loch Tummel.

  • Tynuilt

    Farm in Foss.

  • Donlellan

    Farm in Foss.

  • Foss House

    Estate in Foss.

  • Kynachan

    Coinneachan - "Meeting place". Farms west of Foss, across the Tummel from Bohally, Blair Atholl.

  • Camp Haugh / Kynachan Lodge

    Lodge northwest of Kynachan.

  • Tummel Bridge

    Estate west of Kynachan, across the Tummell from Cuairteag, Blair Atholl.

  • Woodend Cottage

    Cottage northeast of Foss, on teh southside of Loch Tummel.

  • Cean na Coille

    Cean na Coille - "Woodend". Farm east of Foss House.

Strath Tummel - Srath Teimheil:

"Dark and gloomy valley". The district consists of the south shore of Loch Tummel and the River Tummel east of Foss.

  • Frenich

    Farms on the southside of Loch Tummel.

  • Lick

    Farm adjacent to Frenich.

  • Loch tummel Lodge

    Lodge adjacent to Frenich.

  • Ard Raineach

    "High Rannoch". Farms on the southside of Loch Tummel east of Frenich.

  • Duntanlich

    Farms east of Loch Tummel.

  • Croft Strochanan

    Croft adjacent to Duntanlich.

  • Runfad

    Farm adjacent to Duntanlich.

  • Middleton

    "Middle town". Farms east of Duntanlich.

  • Netherton

    "Lower town". Farms east of Middleton.

  • Ruidh a'Chaisteil

    Farm east of Netherton and west of Cammoch, Moulin.

Glen Quaich

"The cup-shaped glen". The district consists of Glen Quaich to the southeast of Kenmore and Loch Tay which flows into Loch Fruechie and a short stretch of the River Bran east to Amulree.

  • Pitmackie (formerly part of Kenmore)

    Farm at the head of the Glen.

  • Garrow

    Garbh - "Rough grounds". Farms east of Pitmackie. Wester and Easter.

  • Ledchroisk / Leachan (formerly part of Weem)

    Farms east of Pitmackie on the northside of River Quaich. Leachan corresponds to Easter Ledchroisk. Wester Ledchroisk is halfway between Easter and Pitmackie.

  • Tirchardie

    Tir ceirdeach - "Smithy land". Farms east of Garrow on the northside of River Quaich.

  • Coalvellich (formerly part of Weem)

    Farm on the southside of River Quaich across from Tirchardie.

  • Auchancloich (formerly part of Weem)

    Farm on the southside of River Quaich across from Shian.

  • Shian (formerly part of Kenmore)

    Sìthein - "Fairy knoll". Large farms east of Tirchardie on the northside of River Quaich. Wester and easter.

  • Croftnajock

    Farm adjacent to the southeast of Shian.

  • Balkelin / Dalkellin

    Farm on the west side of the River Quaich across from Turrerich.

  • Turrerich

    Farms southeast of Shian on the northside Loch Freuchie. Wester, easter and proper.

  • Croftnafighag

    Farm southeast of Turrerich on the eastside Loch Freuchie.

  • Wester Kinloch

    Ceann loch - "Head of lake". Farm southeast of Croftnafighag on the eastside Loch Freuchie.

  • Kinloch

    Ceann loch - "Head of lake". Farms on the eastside Loch Freuchie.

  • Easter Kinloch

    Ceann loch - "Head of lake". Farm east of Kinloch on the northside of River Bran.

  • Lynmore

    Loinn mhor - "Big stackyard". Farm southeast of Kinloch on the southside of River Bran.

  • Glenquaich Lodge

    Farm, lodge and mill on the westside Loch Freuchie.

  • Auchnafauld

    Farms southeast of Loch Freuchie.

  • Amulree

    Àth Maol Ruibhe - Village east of Kinloch on the River Bran.