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- mckenzie mclean campbell mckinnon cameron grant mcpherson 'the area of invernesshire'. british towns and villages network. 28 september 2014. retrieved 29
- donald cameron mcintosh (banffshire, 13 january 1868 – invernesshire, 1 july 1957) was a british mathematician. o'connor, john j.; robertson, edmund
- nairnshire from 1879 to 1886, and was also deputy lieutenant of elginshire, invernesshire and banffshire. sir george macpherson-grant, 1st baronet frse (1781–1846)
- tor castle is a ruined castle near fort william, invernesshire, scotland. an iron age fort previously occupied the site. according to tradition, the fort
- redcastle, between tore and muir of ord) and ormonde, (modern day avoch) in invernesshire. he led the scots to victory at the battle of sark, against a scion
- the family memorial tablet in boleskine old churchyard, drumtemple, invernesshire. the eldest son, sir william fraser, 4th baronet was born in 1826,
- hamlet and farm estate located near the northwest s**** of loch ness in invernesshire, highland, scotland. it lies south of drumnadrochit along the a82 road
- south australia. robertson was born in 1808 or 1809 in dunachton, invernesshire, the son of john robertson and mary 'may' robertson (née mcbain). he