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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEINN NAM FITHEACH Beinn nam Fitheach
Beinn nam Fitheach
Beinn nam Fitheach
William Gellattly Esq. Factor, Kiloran
Mr. M. McNeill Gamekeeper Kiloran
Mr. Hugh Buie, Shepherd Bonaveh
146.13 A high rocky heathy hill, partly Covered with scrubby underwood, situated about ¾ of a mile E. [East] of Colonsay House. The property of Sir John McNeill, G.C.B. [Grand Cross of the Bath] English meaning, Hill of the ravens.
Tobar Òrain
Tobar Òrain
William Gellatly Esq. Factor, Kiloran
Mr. M McNeill Gamekeeper Kiloran
Mr. H. Buie, Shepherd Bonaveh
146.13 Up to within 30 years ago this well was a Copious spring, when it was deepened and lined with masonry by the late Lord Colonsay, Local tradition ascribes great healing virtues to its waters, said to have been bestowed upon it by Saint Oran after whom it is named.

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Parish of Colonsay & Oronsay Colonsay, Argyllshire.

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A. McDonald Lance Corporal R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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