Roseville CRA S NO586085 1 374 65m

Roseville 2001 OS Explorer

A modern name first appearing in the late twentieth century, there is no building at all marked here on OS 6 inch ist edn (1855). Though it is shown on OS Pathf. and OS Explorer (2001) as Roseville, in 1988 its owners changed the house’s name to Tigh a’ Ghobhainn, Gaelic for ‘the smith’s house’, to perpetuate its link with the old blacksmith’s house at Tapefield nearby, ‘comprising dwelling, barn, byre and stable, all under one roof’.[117]

OS 1:10,0000 (digital version 2004) shows it as ‘Tigh a Ghobhainn’ (for Tigh a’ Ghobhainn).

This place-name appeared in printed volume 3