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OS1/2/31/5

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ABHUINN A' MHUILINN Abhuinn a' Mhuilinn Mr. Hugh Buie Shepherd Bonaveh Mr Murdoch McNeil Gamekeeper Colonsay Mr John McNeil Gardner Colonsay 146.13 A stream flowing past Buaile na Craoibhe and falls into Traigh Ban. The name means "River of the Mill"
BEINN BHUIDHE Beinn Buidhe Mr. Hugh Buie Shepherd Bonaveh
Mr Murdoch McNeil Gamekeeper Colonsay Mr John McNeil Gardner Colonsay
146.13 A hill situated a short distance South of Beinn a Sgoltaire and on the east side of Loch an Sgoltaire
GLAC A' CHUIL Glac a' Chùil Mr. Hugh Buie Shepherd Bonaveh
Mr Murdoch McNeil Gamekeeper Colonsay Mr John McNeil Gardner Colonsay
146.13 A wooded hollow situated between Beinn an Sgoltaire and "Beinn Bhuidhe" and a quarter of a mile northward from Colonsay House

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Isle of Colonsay -- Co. [County] of Argyll Colonsay Parish of Colonsay & Oronsay

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