List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CEANN CRIONN CÀRN A' MHAIM Ceann Crionn Càrn a' Mhaim Mr. A McDonald
Mr. J Grant
Mr. J Morgan
087 This name is applied to the N. [North] end of the hill of Cairn-na Bheaim, and extends from Allt Clach-an-Taillearean about a mile Southward, its sides are very steep and rocky particularly the western and it forms a kind of table land on the summit between its rocky sides (Name signifies the small head of Cairn na Bheaim)
CLACH NAN TAILLEAR Clach nan Taillear Mr. A McDonald
Mr. J Grant
Mr. J Morgan
087 A large rock situated on the foot path leading from Bream to Strathspey at which 3 Tailors perished in a snow storm about 20 years ago. (Name Signifies the Tailors' Stone)

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