The Ancient Secrets of Glenlednock above Comrie – a look at this Highland glen in the 18th and 19th centuries
- Balnacoul (1) 10 acres
- Balnacoul ( 2) 10 acres
- West Ballindalloch 40 acres arable and 250 acres hill .
- East Ballindalloch 40 acres arable and 50 acres hill . In later census returns it had grown in size to 200 acres in total with 19 acres arable and in the final census ( 1891 ) 200 acres with some 30 arable .
- Tynashee 35 acres
- Tynacroy 35 acres
- Carroglen 700 acres growing later to 1140 acres with 60 acres arable and finally to 1200 acres with 50 acres arable
- Balmuik 1200 acres growing later to 1230 acres with 50 acres arable and finally 1230 with 50 acres arable .
The language particularly in the 19th Century was Gaelic - Comrie until into the 19th Century was Highland and Gaelic speaking . By the late 19th Century it had all but gone !