List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Druim Riabhach
Druim Riabhach
Dugald McArthur, Minard
Mr J McDougall
Mr D McNab
110 A hill feature situate about 1/4 of a mile north east of Minard farmhouse.
Signification. "Brindled ridge"
FORT [Dùn Bhlaran] An Caisteal
Dùn Bhlaran
Dùn Bhlaran
Dùn Bhlaran
Dugald McArthur
Mr J McDougal
D Clerk Esqr Writer
Sig: [Signification] Hillock of (the) little fields. Appd. [Approved]
110 Applicable to a partly artificial & circular mound, on the farm of Minard, It is about 20 ft [feet] high, and 40 ft [feet] in diameter on the Summit, which has evidently been fortified, but the wall is now very much dilapidated. It is known in the locality as the 'Old Castle' or more properly as "An Caisteal" Human remains have been discovered near its Summit.
M McDougall Esqr.
D McArthur, Tenant
Col [Colonel] McDougall
110 A small farmsteading. The property of the Heirs of the late Dr. [Doctor] Campbell 'Ard an t-Salen'

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110.6 -- Argyllshire -- Ph. [Parish] of Kilmore & Kilbride

Fort [Dùn Bhlaran], [note]:

Transcriber's notes

There were two prepopulated entries for the one feature: FORT [Dun Bhlaran] & DUN BHLARAN, the Name Book, the Index and Sheet 110.6 all follow the format of the former, so I have deleted the latter.

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