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OS1/2/18/36

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EAS NAN DARACH Eas an Darach
Eas an Darach
Eas an Darach
Eas nan Darach
Mr Weir Auchateggan
Mr Buchanan Maymore
Rev: [Reverend] D. Dewar
172 A considerable stream rising a little to the S. [South] of Cruachnan Gearran, and flowing in an East direction to its junction with the River Ruel. Sig: [Signification] Oak Burn
DAILEAN Dailean Mr Weir Auchateggan
Mr Buchanan Maymore
Rev: [Reverend] D. Dewar
172 A cottars house.
GLENDARUEL INN Glendaruel Inn Mr Weir Auchateggan
Mr Buchanan Maymore
Rev: [Reverend] D. Dewar
172 A small Inn or Public House the property of Capt: [Captain] Campbell of Glendaruel

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[Page] 36
Parish of Kilmodan -- Argyllshire
[Note]
if the plural
Eas an Darach is the plural
Why write Easan instead Eas
See page 55
Eas nan Darach Rough stream of the Oaks
Eas an Daraich Rough stream of the Oak
D is never aspirated after n

[Note] Glendaruel Inn
This is no longer an inn now occupied as a private dwelling by Joseph Shill[] T. P. W.

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name of new owner cannot be determined - refer to Nora

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