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OS1/2/41/21

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ÀIRD NAN CÒRR Àird nan Còrr
Àird nan Còrr
Àird nan Còrr
Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk
Mr Angus Cameron
Mr K.A. Beaton
006 A prominence on the margin of Loch Eil immediately south of Kilmallie Manse. It means "Eminence of the Herons".
CNOC NAM FAOBH Cnoc nam Faobh
Cnoc nam Faobh
Cnoc nam Faobh
Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk
Mr Angus Cameron
Mr K.A. Beaton
006 This name is applied to a Knoll covered with fir about 1/4 of a mile west of Kilmallie parish Church and directly north of and quite close to, the County road. The word signifies "Hillock of the Spoils".
ALLT DOGHA Allt Dogha
Allt Dogha
Allt Dogha
Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk
Mr Angus Cameron
Mr K.A. Beaton
006 Applied to very considerable stream having its source on the south side of Stob a' Ghranian whence it flows in a southerly direction and falls into Loch Eil to the west of Annat Point. Meaning "Burdock Stream"

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Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire

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