"Upon the second and third days of March eighteen hundred and nine years, I, Alexander Sutherland, one of the Sheriff officers of Sutherland passed at Command of the Sheriff of Sutherland his lybelled Summons of Removing dated at Dornoch the sixteenth day of February last, raised at the instance of Elizabeth, Marchioness of Stafford and Countess of Sutherland, Heritable Proprietrie of the lands of Kirktown, Sallachtown, Ballone and others lying in the parish of Golspie and County of Sutherland with the special advice and consent of George Grenville, Marquis of Stafford, her husband and him for his right and interest":
Captain John MUNRO tenant of Kirktown, Hugh GUNN, James MACPHERSON, George MACPHERSON, William ROSS, Donald GUNN Wright, Robert MACPHERSON, Alexander MACPHERSON, Anne GUNN widow of James GRANT and Angus GUNN, all tenants in Sallachtown
Ebenezer GRANT and Ann GRAY his mother, Donald GRANT, Martin INNES, Robert GRANT, John GRANT and George GORDON, tenants in Ballone.
James GRANT and Margaret GRANT his mother, Sergeant Hugh GORDON and Alexander GORDON, tenant in Rihorn.
James GORDON, John MACLEOD senior, John MACLEOD junior and Alexander MACKAY, tenants in Old Rhives
George SUTHERLAND tenant in Croftvaliach of Old Rhives
George MACLEOD, Janet POLSON widow of Alexander MACDONALD, Alexander MACLEOD, John GRANT, Catherine GRANT widow of David CAMPBELL, all in Drummuie
John MACPHERSON, Gilbert MATHESON, Donald BANNERMAN and Marion GRANT widow of William MACLEOD, all in Balblair.
Angus ROSS merchant in Golspy possessor of Miss Mackay’s house Golspytower.
James DOUGLAS possessor of a house and garden on the shore east of Golspy Burn
Donald SUTHERLAND in Blarnafidoch, John GRANT and Donald MACKAY in Ledriach of Glen of Dunrobin
Hugh GRANT in Inchfoury
Thomas MATHESON and John GORDON in New Backies
John MURRAY, Donald SUTHERLAND and George SUTHERLAND in Lonmore of Rhives
William MACKAY in Coirgrean
Alexander MURRAY in Lednafurran of Corgrean
John MURRAY and Elspet CUTHBERT in Strathlundy
William GRANT in Badravan
William MURRAY, Alexander CAMPBELL, Adam MACPHERSON tailor, GEORGE INNES and Isobel INNES widow of John SUTHERLAND all in Easter Aberscross
It is not clear that all the people mentioned were actually removed but this is a useful list of names and place where they lived at the time.
Photograph of Dunrobin above by C Stokes