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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AN NIGHEAN CLÉIRICH An Nighean Cléirich
An Nighean Cléirich
An Nighean Cléirich
Rev. [Reverend] Mr McMichael Craignish
Dugald McFarlane Craignish
Mr Livingstone Aird
137 Applies to a small trap rock covered at High Water.
Sig. [Signification] The Clerk's Daughter
DRUIM A' CHAISTEIL Druim a Chaisteal
Druim a Chaisteal
Druim a Chaisteal
Druim a Chaisteil
Rev. [Reverend] Mr McMichael
D. McFarlane
Admiralty Chart
137 Applies to a long rocky ridge extending from a point a short distance west of Criagnish Castle to Sron an Druim
Sig. [Signification] The Castle Ridge
LOCH BEAG Loch Beag
Loch Beag
Little Loch Craignish
Little Loch Craignish
Rev. [Reverend] Mr McMichael
D. McFarlane
Admiralty Chart
New Stat. [Statistical] Account
137 A considerable loch situated on the west coast of Craignish. It possesses good shelter and anchorage for small craft.
Sig. [Signification] Little Loch.

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