List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Maol Chara (Continued) [continued from page 151]
"The south end called the Maoil of Cara which is the highest part of the Island is a perpendicular rock 117 feet in height. Close by this part of the Maoil there is a Cave 40 feet long 5 broad and 5 high. At the end there is a small opening which communicates with another Cave 37 feet in length 9 in breadth and 9 in height.
Old Stat. [Statistical] Account".
Eadar Da Mhaol
Eadar Da Mhaol
"Eadar-da-mhaol" or Eadar da Mhaol
Colin McNeil
John Graham
Neil McGougan
Between two Headlands
240 A small bay between Maol Chara and Maol a Mhor Rain.
Sign. [Signification] "(Eadar) between (Da) two (Mhaol) Headland Between the East side of this bay and Maol Chara there is a large Cave (see cross on Trace) a favorite resort of Rock Pigeons.

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Eadar Da Mhaol [note]
Unimportant [Initialled] R.H.

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Eadar Da Mhaol is not on the map nor in the Index.

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Alison James- Moderator, hillhere

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