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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMERON'S MONUMENT [Corpach] Cameron's Monument
Cameron's Monument
Cameron's Monument
Revd [Reverend] A. ClerK
Mr A. Cameron
Mr K.A. Beaton
006 This monument stands in front of and about 100 yards from the parish church of Kilmallie. It was erected to the memory of Colonel John Cameron, eldest son of Sir Ewen Cameron of Fassfern, Baronet, whose remains lie here with those of his forefathers. He fell in the Battle of Waterloo. The monument is about 50 feet in height and is a very handsome structure.
ALLT CÙIL A' CHIARAIN Allt Cùil a' Chiarain
Allt Cùil a' Chiarain
Allt Cùil a' Chiarain
Revd [Reverend] A. ClerK
Mr K.A. Beaton
Mr A. Cameron
006 This name is applied to a large stream rising on the hilly ground north of Corpach and flowing into Loch Eil 450 yds west of Corpach Locks. (This word means "Stream of the Mill dust nook")

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Parish of Kilmallie -- Argyll-shire

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