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OS1/2/18/53

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
UPPER STRONAFIAN Upper Stronafian
Upper Stronafian
Upper Stronafian
Mr Buchanan occupier
Rev: [Reverend] D. Dewar
D Buchanan Esq:
172 A cottars' house in a broken down condition. The proprietor (Col [Colonel] Campbell) intends removing it in the course of a few weeks
TAMHNICH BURN Tamhnich Burn Mr Buchanan occupier
Rev: [Reverend] D. Dewar
D Buchanan Esq:
172 A considerable stream rising on the S. W. [South West] slope of "Sococh" flowing in a S. W. [South West] direction, and falling into the head of Loch Riddon. This name applies from its source to where it crosses the Dunoon road. A considerable portion of it forms the boundary between the parishes of Inverchaolain & Kilmodan
SRÒN NA CEARDAICH Sron an Ceardach
Srònan Ceardaich
Mr Buchanan occupier
Rev: [Reverend] D. Dewar
D Buchanan Esq:
172 A rocky projection situated near the N. E. [North east] boundary of Coille Mhor. It is said that at one time a Smithy stood at its Southern Base. Sig: [Signification] Smithy point.

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Parish of Kilmodan -- Argyllshire

[Note]
SRON NA CEARDAICH
It is evident that it is not the diminutive in this case that is meant
See Allt na Ceardaich page 9
or Name Book for sheet - 151 Plan 2 parish of Kilmichael Glassary

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