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Argyll volume 41

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/2/41/1 KILMALLIE Described in the 6 inch Name Book of Inverness-shire
OS1/2/41/1 [Page] 1 Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/2 CLAIGIONN NA SRÒINE Claigionn na Sròine Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach 007 "Head of the Nose" A small hill feature situated a little North of Tom nan Eildean, the property of D. Cameron Esqr. M.P. [Member of Parliament]
OS1/2/41/2 TOM AN ACHAIDH BHUIDHE Tom an Achaidh Bhuidhe Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach 007 "Yellow Field" Applied to a small hill situated about half a mile west of Stone
OS1/2/41/2 DEARG ALLT Dearg Allt 007 Described in 6 inch Book of Sheet 7 Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/2 ALLT A' BHAILE GHEAMHRAIDH Allt a' Bhaile Gheamhraidh Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach 007 A stream rising a little South of Claigionn na Sròine, and flowing S.E [South East] till it falls into the River Lochy, "Stream of the Winter Shealing"
OS1/2/41/2 MUIRSHIRLICH Muirshirlich Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach 007 A few crofters dwellings extending from Allt nan Seangan to Strone, on the West side of the Caledonian Canal, property of D. Cameron Esqr. M.P. [Member of Parliament] Locheil
OS1/2/41/2 [Page] 2 Ph [Parish] of Kilmallie -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/3 ALLT AN FHUADH Allt na Fuadh Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. John McPhee Achdalieu 006 "Burn of the Spectre" A mountain stream rising to the south of Druim Fada & east of the Source of Allt Goirtein an t Sailleir & flowing in a Southerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil near Achadlieu House.
OS1/2/41/3 ALLT NA LETH BHEINN Allt na Leth Bheinn Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. John McPhee Achdalieu 006 "Burn of the Half Hill" A mountain stream rising to the east of the source of Allt na Fuadh and flowing in a Southerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil a little west of the Confluence of Allt na Fuadh
OS1/2/41/3 ALLT TOM NAN EILDEAN Allt Tom nan Eildean 007 Described in the 6 inch name book of Sheet 7
OS1/2/41/3 [Page] 3 Co [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie Allt an Fhuadh [note] Allt nam Fuadh or Allt an Fhuadh Fuadh - always masculine not feminine [Signed] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal, Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/4 ALLT AN TORR MHÒIR Allt an Torr Mhoir Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. John McPhee Achdalieu 006 "Burn of the large Knoll" A mountain stream rising near the west end of Druim Fada and flowing in a southerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil west of the Confluence of Allt Goirtein an t Sailleir
OS1/2/41/4 ALLT GOIRTEIN AN T-SAILLEIR Allt Goirtein an t Sailleir Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. John McPhee Achdalieu 006 "Burn of the field of the Salt Tub" A mountain stream rising to the east of the source of Allt an Torr Mhoir and flowing in a Southerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil.
OS1/2/41/4 ALLT BEAG Allt Beag Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. John McPhee Achdalieu 006 A small stream rising about three quarters of a mile to the north of Achdalieu House and flowing in a Southerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil about half a mile east of the Confluence of Allt Goirtein an t-Sailleir
OS1/2/41/4 [Page] 4 Co [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/5 ALLT BHLAICH MHÒIR Allt Blaich Mhoir Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr D Boyd Blaich Mr. John Boyd Blaich 006; 011 "Burn of the large sheltered place" A mountain stream rising in Coire Dubh and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil, near Blaich Cottage.
OS1/2/41/5 ALLT NA H-EIRIGH Allt na-h Eirigh Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr D Boyd Blaich Mr. John Boyd Blaich 006; 011 "Rising stream" A mountain stream rising to the east of Allt Bhlaich Mhoir and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Allt Bhlaich Mhoir at Blaich Cottage.
OS1/2/41/5 BLAICH COTTAGE Blaich Cottage Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr D Boyd Blaich Mr. John Boyd Blaich 006 A small shooting lodge (slated and in good repair) with Gamekeeper's residence and out houses attached Property of Lord Morton.
OS1/2/41/5 DRUIM NA H-ÀTHA Druim na h-Atha Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr D Boyd Blaich Mr. John Boyd Blaich 007 Applied to a ridge of pasture land lying between the Caledonian Canal & the River Lochy, "Ridge of the Limekiln"
OS1/2/41/5 [Page] 5 Co [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/6 ALLT AN TÒRR FHEÀRNA Allt an Tòrr Fheàrna Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk. Corpach Mr D Boyd. Blaich Mr. John Boyd. Blaich 006; 011 "Stream of the Alder Knoll" A mountain stream rising to the east of Allt a Chrochaiche and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Allt a Chrochaiche near the Blaich School.
OS1/2/41/6 ALLT A' CHROCHAICHE Allt a Chrochaiche Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk. Corpach Mr D Boyd. Blaich Mr. John Boyd. Blaich 006; 011 "Stream of the Saffron Colour" A mountain stream rising to the east Allt na h Eirigh and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil a little to the west of Blaich School
OS1/2/41/6 ALLT AN T-SEASGAIN Allt an t Seascain Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk. Corpach Mr D Boyd. Blaich Mr. John Boyd. Blaich 006; 011 "Burn of the Moorish Ground" A mountain stream rising betwixt Allt na h Eirigh and Allt a Chrochaiche and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil
OS1/2/41/6 [Page] 6 Co [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie Allt an Tòrr Fheàrna [note] Allt an Tòrr-fheàrna Allt an Chrochaiche [note] Chrochaich Allt an t-Seasgain [note] from - Seasg - Coarse grass or Seasg - Barren [Page signed] Hugh Sutherland C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/2/41/7 PORT A' BHÀTA Port a' Bhàta Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clerke Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach Mr. A McPhee Corpach 006 "Boat Harbour" A small bay situated little south-west of Achdaliew and 1/2 mile west of Goirtean an t-Sailleir
OS1/2/41/7 CAMAS NA H-ÀTHA Camas na h-Àtha Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clerke Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach Mr. A McPhee Corpach 006 "Bay of the Kiln" A Small bay on the North side of Loch Eil about a mile east of Fassfern
OS1/2/41/7 POLL NA H-ÀTHA Poll na h-Atha 007 Described in the name book of 139.16 Inverness-shire
OS1/2/41/7 CANAL COTTAGE Canal Cottage Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clerke Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach Mr. A McPhee Corpach 007 A substantial dwelling house in good repair, with garden attached, the property of D. Cameron Esqr. Locheil.
OS1/2/41/7 [Page] 7 County of Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie [Entries for Glen Albyn, River Lochy and Caledonian Canal have been crossed out with note] entered already
OS1/2/41/7 Port a' Bhàta is east of Goirtean an t-Sailleir.
OS1/2/41/8 BLAICH Blaich Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr D Boyd Blaich Mr John Boyd Blaich 006 Applied to the houses Crofts etc. extending from Allt Leacaich to Creag a Chaolais. Property of the Earl of Morton.
OS1/2/41/8 LOCH EIL Loch Eil Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr D Boyd Blaich Mr John Boyd Blaich 006 Applied to a large loch extending from Corpach in a westerly direction to within a mile of Drumasallie, a distance of about 9 miles
OS1/2/41/8 SCHOOL [Loch Eil] School Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr D Boyd Blaich Mr John Boyd Blaich 006 A neat building (slated and in good repair) with Teachers residence attached. The salary is made up by the school fees and a donation from the Earl of Morton. The teacher has also the Government Grant Average attendance 25. Teacher Mr. William Campbell
OS1/2/41/8 [Page] 8 Co [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie [Page signed] Hugh Sutherland C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/2/41/9 CROIT NA CAILLICHE Croit na Cailliche Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach 006 "Old Woman's Croft" Applied to a portion of Arable land situated little North west of Dail Liath the property of D. Cameron, M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Locheil,
OS1/2/41/9 ALLT CAMAS NA H-ÀTHA Allt Camas na h' Àtha Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach 006 "Burn of the Kiln Bay" A Stream rising a considerable distance north east of Ceann a Chlair which flows in a southerly direction to its Confluence with Locheil.
OS1/2/41/9 CAMAS NA CROISE Camas na Croise Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach 006 "Cross Bay" A small bay situated little east of Rudha Sionnach and little more than 1/4 of a mile north of Torr na Lathraiche.
OS1/2/41/9 [Page] 9 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/10 CAOCHAN RUADH Caochan Ruadh Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Red Rivulet" A small stream rising nearly 1/2 a mile north west of Torr na Lathraiche which flows in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil little west of Rudha Sionnaich
OS1/2/41/10 ALLT CAMAS NA CROISE Allt Camas na Croise Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006; 011 "Burn of the Cross Bay" A large stream rising south west of Torr na Lathraiche which flows in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil
OS1/2/41/10 TÒRR NA LÀTHRAICHE Torr na Làthraiche Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Hill of Ruins of Buildings" A hill feature planted with fir the property of the Earl of Morton.
OS1/2/41/10 [Page] 10 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie Allt Camas na Croise [note] Written on Sheet 11 Torr na Làthraiche [note] Làraiche [Page signed] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/11 DROCHAID DOGHA Drochaid Dogha Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 006 "Bridge of the Burdock" A good substantial stone bridge spanning Allt Dogha at the eastern extremity of Blàr na h Annait.
OS1/2/41/11 BLÀR NA H-ANNAIT Blàr na h-Annait Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 006 "Moor of the Place of Heat" A large Moss extending from Drochaid Dogha to Rudha Mòr the property of D. Cameron M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Locheil
OS1/2/41/11 ANNAT POINT Annat Point Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 006; 011 A large point of land extending from Rudha Mòr in an easterly direction for about one Mile the property of D. Cameron, M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/11 [Page] 11 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie Annat Point [note] Written on 11: 3 & 4 On 11/3 & 4
OS1/2/41/12 BUN ALLT DOGHA Bun Allt Dogha Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Foot of the stream of the Burdock" A point in Loch Eil situated near the south eastern extremity of Blàr na h Annait,
OS1/2/41/12 [Page] 12 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie [Entry for The Narrows has been crossed out with note] on 11-3 Entered in 11.3 [Entry for Blaich has been crossed out with note] Described on 6-14 [Signature] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/13 CAMAS CRUINN Camas Cruinn Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. Alexander McPhee Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach 006 "Round Bay" A small bay situated little south west of Ceann a' Chlàir.
OS1/2/41/13 DROCHAID CEANN A' CHLÀIR Drochaid Ceann a Chlàir Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. Alexander McPhee Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach 006 "Bridge of the Head of the Clear Space" A stone bridge situated on the turnpike road leading from Corpach to Fassfern and a little south of Ceann a' Chlàir.
OS1/2/41/13 CEANN A' CHLÀIR Ceann a' Chlàir Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. Alexander McPhee Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach 006 "Head of the Clear Space" Applied to a portion of heathy land overgrown with Wood the property of D. Cameron, M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/13 [Page] 13 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/14 ALLT CEANN A' CHLÀIR Allt Ceann a' Chlàir Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Stream of the Head of the Clear Space" A Stream rising north of Ceann a' Chlàir which flows in a southerly direction to its confluence with Locheil
OS1/2/41/14 DAIL LIATH Dail Liath Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Grey Dale" A small arable field situated little North west of Camus na h' Àtha the property of D. Cameron, M.P. [Member of Parliament], Esq of Loch Eil.
OS1/2/41/14 CAMAS NA H-ÀTHA Camas na h' Àtha Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Bay of the Kiln" A large bay situated little north of Rudha Mòr
OS1/2/41/14 [Page] 14 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/15 CREAG A' CHAOLAIS Creag a' Chaolais Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Rock of the Kyle" A small cliff situated at the north part of Achlais na Creige
OS1/2/41/15 CAMAS NAN CRAOBHAN DARAICH Camas nan Craobhan Daraich Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Bay of the Oak Trees" A small bay situated little south east of Rudha Mòr
OS1/2/41/15 TÒRR A' CHAOLAIS Tòrr a' Chaolais Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 006 "Knoll of the Kyle" A hill feature overgrown with wood situated little south west of Creag a' Chaolais the property D. Cameron, M.P. [Member of Parliament], Esq of Locheil,
OS1/2/41/15 [Page] 15 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie Camas nan Craobhan [note] Craobhan-daraich
OS1/2/41/16 RUDHA NAN SIONNACH Rudha nan Sionnach Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 006 "Point of the Foxes" A point on the south side of Loch Eil and little west of Camus na Croise.
OS1/2/41/16 RUDHA MÒR Rudha Mòr Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 006 "Big Point" A point of land situated at the north western extremity of the Narrows of Loch Eil the property of D. Cameron M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/16 ACHLAIS NA CREIGE Achlais na Creige Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 006 "Armpit of the Rock" Applied to a bay on the south side of Creag a Chaolais,
OS1/2/41/16 [Page] 16 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/17 CHURCH [Corpach] Church (Ph) [Parish] Church (Ph) [Parish] Church (Ph) [Parish] Revd [Reverend] A Clerk, minister Revd [Reverend] Mr Gordon, Fort William Mr K A Beaton, teacher, Corpach 006 This building, the parish church of Kilmallie, situated at Corpach, was erected in the year 1783. It has sittings to accommodate about 800.
OS1/2/41/17 MANSE [parish, Corpach] Manse (Ph) [Parish] Manse (Ph) [Parish] Manse (Ph) [Parish] Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Revd [Reverend] Mr Gordon Mr K.A. Beaton 006 A spacious, substantial building having suitable offices attached (farm) standing near the parish church. It was erected in 1818.
OS1/2/41/17 FREE CHURCH [Corpach] Free Church Free Church Free Church Revd [Reverend] Mr Davidson Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr K.A. Beaton 006 A plain substantial building situated at Corpach 3/4 of a mile westward of Banavie. It was built in 1847 and has sittings to accommodate 600 persons.
OS1/2/41/17 [page] 17 Parish of Kilmallie -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/18 CHAPEL (Remains of) [Corpach] Chapel (Ruins of) Chapel (Ruins of) Chapel (Ruins of) Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr A. Cameron, Corpach Mr K.A. Beaton 006 A small portion of the side wall, fast mouldering away, situated in the grave-yard at Kilmallie Church is all that now remains of one of the seven chapels founded by Locheil - Allan nan Creach - "Allan the Spoiler" - one of the chiefs of Locheil, about the year 1450. Mr Clerk, minister of Kilmallie, gives the following tradition respecting the origin of these chapels: "He (Locheil) was a bold spoiler and when he got old he got frightened for his soul and consulted the 'Spirits of DarKness'; and he was told to build seven churches (this is one of them) and that his soul would be saved." The dedicatory name of this chapel if it had one, is unKnown.
OS1/2/41/18 [page] 18 Parish of Kilmallie -- Argyllshire [notes] St Malie's [crossed out] to see about [initials] no authority for St. Malie's Chapel?
OS1/2/41/19 CORPACH LOCKS Corpach LocKs Corpach LocKs Corpach LocKs Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr Angus Cameron Mr K.A. Beaton 006 Consist in three locKs one of which being separated from the other two by a basin 230 yards in length. They are situated at the extreme end of the Caledonian Canal and are similar in every respect to all the other locks on it.
OS1/2/41/19 ANNAT MILL Annat Mill Annat Mill Annat Mill Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr Angus Cameron Mr K.A. Beaton 006 Consists in a corn and barley mill, Kiln, dwelling-house and out houses situated on the margin of Loch Eil 1/2 a mile to the west of Corpach. Property of Mr Cameron, Achnacarry.
OS1/2/41/19 ANNAT Annat Annat Annat Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr Angus Cameron Mr K.A. Beaton 006 A farmhouse with suitable offices attached situated a mile westward of Corpach. Property of Mr Cameron, Achnacarry.
OS1/2/41/19 [page] 19 Parish of Kilmallie -- Argyll-shire
OS1/2/41/20 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.
OS1/2/41/20 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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OS1/2/41/21 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".
OS1/2/41/21 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".
OS1/2/41/21 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"
OS1/2/41/21 [Page] 21 Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/22 CREAG LIATH Creag Liath Creag Liath Creag Liath Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clerk Mr Angus Cameron Mr K.A. Beaton 006 This name applies to a rocky hillock, a mile north of the Manse of Kilmallie. It is on the property of Mr. Cameron, Achnacarry. It means "Gray Rock".
OS1/2/41/22 CORPACH Corpach Corpach Corpach Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr Angus Cameron Mr K.A. Beaton 006 A district extending from within 1/2 a mile of Banavie to Allt Cùil a' Chiarain near the Church of Kilmallie. It comprehends all the houses and land within the above limit from the Caledonian Canal and the margin of Loch Eil on the south to where cultivation ends above the County road which passes through the district. Property of Mr. Cameron, Achnacarry.
OS1/2/41/22 [Page] 22 Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/23 BAD ABRACH Bad Abrach Bad Abrach Bad Abrach Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr Angus Cameron Mr. K.A. Beaton 006 The place to which this name is applied was formerly covered with trees, but is now principally under cultivation and divided into two or three small holdings. It means "Thicket of the Lochaber men".
OS1/2/41/23 ALLT BAD ABRACH Allt Bad Abrach Allt Bad Abrach Allt Bad Abrach Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr. A. Cameron Mr. K.A. Beaton 006 A considerable stream having its source on the hill north of Corpach, flows in a southern direction to the Canal, whence it turns sharply westward and falls into Loch Eil near "Corpach Locks". The word signifies "Stream of the Thicket of the Lochaber men".
OS1/2/41/23 [Page] 23 Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/24 MANSE [Free Church, Corpach] Manse (F. [Free] Church) Manse (F. [Free] Church) Manse (F. [Free] Church) Revd [Reverend] Thomas Davidson, Minister Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr. K.A. Beaton 006 A substantial house standing close to the Free Church. It was erected in the year 1847.
OS1/2/41/24 SCHOOL [Corpach] School School School Mr. K.A. Beaton, teacher Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Revd [Reverend] Thomas Davidson 006 A spacious school-room, adjoining which are apartments for the accommodation of the teacher, situated midway between Corpach and Banavie. It is in connection with the Established Church, the General Assembly of which contributes £25 a year to its support.
OS1/2/41/24 TOM MOINE Tom Mòine Tom Mòine Tom Mòine Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr. Angus Cameron, Corpach Mr K.A. Beaton 006 This name is applied to a small hillock under cultivation situated directly behind the School at Corpach. It means "Moss Hillock".
OS1/2/41/24 [Page] 24 Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/25 CORPACH HOTEL Corpach Hotel Corpach Hotel Corpach Hotel Revd [Reverend] A Clerk Mr K A Beaton Sign-board 006 A commodious building with suitable offices attached situated near Corpach Locks on the main road leading from Banavie to Arisaig, about a mile from the former place. Property of Mr Cameron of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/25 LETTER BOX [Corpach] Post Office Letter Box Post Office Letter Box Post Office Letter Box Revd [Reverend] A Clerk Mr. A. Cameron Mr K A Beaton 006 This letter-box is fixed in the end of an out-house adjoining Corpach Hotel, for the convenience of the public. There are three deliveries at it, and three despatches from it, weekly.
OS1/2/41/25 TOMBUIDHE Tombuidhe Tombuidhe Tombuidhe Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr. A. Cameron Mr. K.A. Beaton 006 Applied to a small dwelling-house on Mr. Cameron's estate. The word signifies " Yellow Hillock".
OS1/2/41/25 [Page] 25 Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/26 BREUN CHAMAS Breun Chamus Breun Chamus Breun Chamus Revd [Reverend] A Clerk Mr. K.A. Beaton Mr Angus Cameron 006 This name is applied to a small bay on Loch Linnhe at the mouth of the Caledonian Canal. It means "Putrid Bay", from a quantity of drifted ware always lying & rotting there.
OS1/2/41/26 TOM DUBH Tom Dubh Tom Dubh Tom Dubh Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr. K.A. Beaton Mr Angus Cameron 006 A hillock west of Bad Abrach and north of the Free Church - covered with furze and heath. Meaning "Black Hillock".
OS1/2/41/26 TOM GIUBHAIS Tom Giubhais Tom Giubhais Tom Giubhais Revd [Reverend] A. Clerk Mr K.A. Beaton Mr Angus Cameron 006 This name is applied to a wooded Knoll situated a few hundred yards north of Corpach Hotel. The name means "Fir Hillock", from the description of the wood.
OS1/2/41/26 [Page] 26 Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/27 LOCHABER Lochaber Described on 6 inch work Sheet 6 Inverness.
OS1/2/41/27 GLEN ALBYN Glen Albyn Described on 6 inch Sheet 7.
OS1/2/41/27 SCHOOL [Torcastle] School Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A small building with dwelling house and croft attached, the teachers salary is made up of fees & a donation from the proprietor average attendance about 20.
OS1/2/41/27 POLL EAS NAN LONG Poll Eas nan Long Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A pool in the River Lochy immediately to the north of Eas nan Long, "Pool of the Waterfall of the Ships
OS1/2/41/27 EAS NAN LONG Eas nan Long Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A rapid in the River Lochy a quarter of a mile north of Beul Ath a' Mheirlich, "Waterfall of the Ships"
OS1/2/41/27 TORCASTLE Torcastle Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A new shooting Lodge, with offices attached, situated a little to the North of Tor Castle property of D. Cameron Esqr.
OS1/2/41/27 [Page] 27 Kilmallie Parish -- Argyllshire Lochaber [note] On Plan 6/16 Glen Albyn [note] Written on 7-9 & 7.13 On margin
OS1/2/41/28 CALEDONIAN CANAL Caledonian Canal Caledonian Canal Caledonian Canal Revd [Reverend] A Clerk Mr K.A. Beaton Mr Angus Cameron 006; 007 This canal extends from Loch Linnhe to the Beauly Firth a distance of about 60 miles. Of this distance about 23 are through artificial cutting and about 37 by natural lakes. The names of the lakes are, Loch Ness, Loch Oich, & Loch Lochy. Loch Ness is about 23 1/2 miles in length, Loch Oich 3 3/4, & Loch Lochy 10: Loch Oich is the highest point of the canal being 100 feet above High Water.
OS1/2/41/28 SRÀID BHANCO Sràid Bhanco Revd [Reverend] A Clerk Mr K.A. Beaton Mr Angus Cameron 007 A walk by the side of the River Lochy a little North of Tor Castle "Meaning Banco's Street.
OS1/2/41/28 [Page] 27 Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/29 MOUNT ALEXANDER Mount Alexander Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 A farmsteading of one Storey Slated and in good repair Situated on the south side of the Caledonian Canal and about 1/2 a mile north east of Banavie Locks the property of D. Cameron M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Lochiel
OS1/2/41/29 LOCHIEL ARMS HOTEL [Banavie] Lochiel Arms Hotel Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 A neat Hotel in good repair situated at the western extremity of Banavie Property of D. Cameron M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Lochiel
OS1/2/41/29 [Page] 27 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/30 ALLT A' CHÀISE Allt a Chaise Revd, Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 "Burn of the Cheese" A small stream rising a little to the north of Banavie and flowing in a southerly direction for nearly half a mile & spreads in a little marsh on the north of the Caledonian Canal.
OS1/2/41/30 CREAG ALLT FÌNE Creg Allt Fine Revd, Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 "Rock of the Clear burn" A small rocky feature situated a little north of Lochiel Arms Hotel
OS1/2/41/30 ALLT FÌNE Allt Fine Revd, Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 "Clear Burn" A small burn rising about a quarter of a mile north of Locheil Arms Hotel and flows in a Southerly direction to its Confluence with the Caledonian Canal.
OS1/2/41/30 [Page] 30 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/31 NEPTUNE'S STAIRCASE Neptunes Staircase Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Admiralty Chart Mr A. McPhee Corpach 007 Applied to nine locks at Banavie about three miles north of Fort William.
OS1/2/41/31 POORHOUSE [Banavie] Poorhouse Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Admiralty Chart Mr A. McPhee Corpach 007 A dwelling house, one storey thatched and in good repair where a few old people are accommodated at the expense of the parish.
OS1/2/41/31 BANAVIE LOCKS Banavie Locks Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Admiralty Chart Mr A. McPhee Corpach 007 Applied to some locks on the Caledonian Canal little east of Corpach.
OS1/2/41/31 ALLT SHEANGAIN Allt Sheangain Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Described in the 6 inch book of Sheet 7
OS1/2/41/31 GLEANN LARAGAIN Gleann Laragain Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Described in the 6 inch book of Sheet 7
OS1/2/41/31 [page] 31 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/32 POST OFFICE [Banavie] Post Office Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 A portion of a building set a part for Post Office transactions thre are three deliverys and three departures of letters weekly Viz on Tuesdays Thursdays & Saturdays deliverys at 9 OClock Am departures at 5.30 PM the Major Office is F. [Fort] William
OS1/2/41/32 BLÀR MÒR Blar Mòr Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 "Big Moss" A large peat Moss on the east side of the turnpike road leading from Inverlochy Bridge to Banavie the property of D. Cameron M.P. [Member of Parliament] Esq of Lochiel.
OS1/2/41/32 [Page] 32 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/33 TOM ALLT FÌNE Tom Allt Fine Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McPhee Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach 007 "Knoll of the clear stream" A small knoll situated about half a mile north of Lochiel Arm's Hotel Property of D Cameron M.P [Member of Parliament] Esqr. of Locheil
OS1/2/41/33 BANAVIE Banavie Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McPhee Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach 007 Applies to the houses on the north side of the Caledonian Canal extending from Corpach to Allt Sheangain Property of D. Cameron M.P [Member of Parliament] Esqr. of Locheil
OS1/2/41/33 CHALYBEATE SPRING [Banavie] Chalybeate Spring Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McPhee Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach 007 A spring strongly impregnated with iron - situated about two hundred yards east of Lochiel Arms Hotel. On the property of D Cameron MP [Member of Parliament] Esq. of Locheil
OS1/2/41/33 [Page] 33 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/34 ALLT MÒR Allt Mor Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. A Robertson Banavie 007 "Big Burn" A mountain stream rising to the west of Meall Bhanabhie & flowing in a south easterly direction to its Confluence with the River Lochy
OS1/2/41/34 LOWER BANAVIE Lower Banavie Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. A Robertson Banavie 007 Applied to a few Houses on the South side of the Caledonian Canal extending from Coal to Torr Castle. Property of D. Cameron M.P [Member of Parliament] Esqr of Locheil
OS1/2/41/34 DYKE POOL Dyke Pool Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr. A Robertson Banavie 007 Applied to a fishing pool in the River Lochy. Situated to the south of the Confluence of Allt Mòr
OS1/2/41/34 [Page] 34 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] Hugh Sutherland
OS1/2/41/35 TOR CASTLE or TIGH BHANCO (Ruins of) Tor Castle or Tigh Bhanco Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 An old ruin situated on the bank of the Lochy, known to old people as Banco's House. It formed for a long time previous to the middle of the 15th Century the residence of the chief of the Mc.Intosh's, Cameron of Locheil dispossessed him and seized also the adjoining lands of Glen Loy. & Loch Arkaig The two Clans kept up a fierce war on account of these possessions for upwards of 200 years, they were at last, in the reign of Charles' the 2nd, adjudged to Locheil on his paying a small sum for them
OS1/2/41/35 POLL A' CHAISTEIL Poll a' Chaisteil Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A pool in the River Lochy a little south of the ruins of Tor Castle. "The Castle Pool"
OS1/2/41/35 DORUS DUBH Dorus Dubh Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A precipice in the River Lochy situated to the west of Poll a' Chasteil, "Black Door"
OS1/2/41/35 BEUL ATH A' MHEIRLICH Beul Ath a Mheirlich Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A Ford in the River Lochy situated a little to the north of Poll a Chasteil. Thiefs Ford
OS1/2/41/35 MEALL BHANABHIE Meall Bhanabhie Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr. E. Cameron, Corpach Mr. D. McPhee, Corpach 007 A very prominent hill situated about half a mile west of Banavie, "Hill of the White Face"
OS1/2/41/35 [Page] 35 Kilmallie Ph. [Parish] Argyllshire Poll a' Chaisteil, note: "See Name Book p. [page] 100 Plan 139 Inverness"
OS1/2/41/35A [Page] 35a Sheet -- Trace -- Gaelic names -- English meaning -- Mode of local authority 111 -- 3 -- Coire Garbh -- The rough corry -- √ 111 -- 3 -- Sròn a’ Choire Gharbh -- The point of the rough corry -- Sròn a’ choire ghairbh 80 -- 3 -- Druim nan Cnàmh -- The ridge of the bones -- √ 80 -- 3 -- Coire Beithe – The birch corry -- √ 80 -- 3 -- Allt Choire Bheithe -- The stream of the rough corry -- √ -- -- Coille na Féith -- The marshy wood -- -- Allt na Clais -- The stream of the hollow -- -- Eas nan Long -- The Rapid of boats -- -- Allt a chip -- The stream of the (shoemakers] last -- -- Allt Eirie -- Effie’s Stream -- -- Tòrr a’ Chaisteil -- (Known as Banquos house) vide note -- The mound of the Castle -- -- Sràid Bhanco -- Banquo’s Walk -- -- Dail a’ Chait -- Field of the cat. [signed] A. Clerk
OS1/2/41/35A Sheet numbers refer to the Inverness Mainland maps.
OS1/2/41/35B [page] 35b Note. The old castle of Tor-Castle is by the natives of the place called Tigh Bhanco i.e. Banquo’s house’s. There is a walk by the Lochyside to the North of Tor-Castle known as Sràid Bhanco, i.e. ‘Banquo's Walk’; and the small green field close by the Castle is called Dail a' Chait, i.e. 'The field of the Cats' where Banquo is said to have gone through a mode of 'Divination' by means of placing a Cat on an iron spit, & torturing him until the 'King of the Cats' - a powerful spirit, or demon came forward, and, on condition of getting his subject released revealed futurity to the questioner. The site is erroneously styled 'Togarma' by Sir Walter Scott in a note to the Lady at the Lake. The correct designation is Tigh-ghairm nan Cat; i.e. 'The House of Invocation' (of Cats.) Shakespeare in all probability heard the Gaelic traditions about Banquo Thane of Lochaber. There is a song by John MacDonald (Iain Lòm) who lived in the reigns of Charles I and II speaking of the Stewart Kings as of the 'True race of Banquo'. Archibald Clerk L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Kilmallie Manse 16th Augt [August] 1872 Taghairm To be entered in name Book G. Herbert Bolland Capt RE [Captain Royal Engineers] 30.8.72
OS1/2/41/36 CRUIVE POOL Cruive Pool Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 A fishing pool in the River Lochy little east of Camaghael.
OS1/2/41/36 CLACH MHÒR Clach Mòr Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 "Big Stone" Applied to a big stone lying in the River Lochy and situated about a quarter of a mile south of the Poor's House.
OS1/2/41/36 LUNDY POOL Lundy Pool Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. E. Cameron Corpach 007 A Pool in the River Lochy a little south of Cruive Pool and Clach Mòr
OS1/2/41/36 [Page] 36 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/37 ALLT A' CHIP Allt a' Chip Dr. [Doctor] Clerk, Corpach Duncan Cameron Banavie Alexander Cameron Banavie 007 "The stream of the (shoemakers) last" A Small Stream rising about a 1/4 mile North West of Muirshirlich flowing South eastward into the Caledonian Canal
OS1/2/41/37 ALLT NA CLAIS Allt na Clais Dr. [Doctor] Clerk, Corpach Duncan Cameron Banavie Alexander Cameron Banavie 007 "The stream of the hollow" A Small Stream rising on the east base of Meall Bhanabhie flowing South westward into the Caledonian Canal.
OS1/2/41/37 [Page] 37 County of Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] James Gray Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/37 Allt a' Chip rises South West of Muirshirlich. Allt na Clais flows South eastward.
OS1/2/41/37A TEANGA BHEITHE Teanga Bheithe Revd. [Reverend] A. Clarke Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Mr A.B. Crawford 011 Applied to a feature situated in Achaphubuill between "Allt Mhic Phàil" and "Allt Meadhonach" English meaning. "The Birch Tongue"
OS1/2/41/37A ARDGOUR Ardgour Described on 6 inch Sheet 10
OS1/2/41/37A POLL A' CHAIT Poll a' Chait Revd. [Reverend] A. Clarke Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Mr A.B. Crawford 007 A pool in the River Lochy situated a little to the West of Dorus Dubh. "Cats Pool"
OS1/2/41/37A CANAL POOL Canal Pool Revd. [Reverend] A. Clarke Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Mr A.B. Crawford 007 A pool in the River Lochy situated to the south of Buinne a' Chait
OS1/2/41/37A EILEAN GARBH-RUITH Eilean Garbh-ruith Revd. [Reverend] A. Clarke Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Mr A.B. Crawford 007 A small island in the River Lochy about a quarter of a mile south of Tor Castle. "Island of the sport Bay"
OS1/2/41/37A POLL NA H-ATHA Poll na h-Atha Revd. [Reverend] A. Clarke Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Mr A.B. Crawford 007 A pool in the River Lochy a little south of Eilean Garbh-ruith. "The pool of the Kiln"
OS1/2/41/37A [Page] 37a Ardgour [note]: On margin of 11/?
OS1/2/41/37A Eilean Garbh-ruith: not sure of word in meaning, sport or short. But neither seem to fit the Gaelic, more like 'rough flow'.
OS1/2/41/38 ALLT MHIC PHÀIL Allt Mhic Phàil Allt Mhic Phòil Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach 011 "Paul's Son's burn" A mountain stream rising to the west of Meall Breac and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil a little to the west of Sgeir Mhic Phail
OS1/2/41/38 ALLT MEADHONACH Allt Meadhonach Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach 011 A mountain stream Commencing its name at the Confluence of two small streams, a little to the north east of the source Allt Mhic Phàil and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil, a little to the East of Sgeir Mhic Phàil English meaning "Middle Burn"
OS1/2/41/38 [Page] 38 Co [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie Allt Mhic Phàil [note] Phòil [Signature] Hugh Sutherland C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/2/41/38 Allt Mhic Phàil rises east of Meall Breac
OS1/2/41/39 MEALL BREAC Meall Breac Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. A.B. Crawford Blaich 011 "Spotted Knoll" A hill feature situated to the north east of the source Allt Camas na Croise - Property of the Earl of Morton
OS1/2/41/39 ALLT A' PHORTEIR Allt a Phorteir Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. A.B. Crawford Blaich 011 "Ferryman's burn" A small stream south of the western extremity of Achafubil and flowing in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil near Annat Ferry.
OS1/2/41/39 BUINNE A' CHAIT Buinne a' Chait Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. A.B. Crawford Blaich 007 A rapid in the River Lochy immediately below Poll a' Chait "Cats Torrent"
OS1/2/41/39 [Page] 39 Co [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/40 THE NARROWS The Narrows Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. A.B. Crawford Blaich 011 Applies to a portion of Loch Eil extending from Creag a Chaolais to within a mile of Camas nan Gall.
OS1/2/41/40 SGEIR MHIC PHÀIL Sgeir Mhic Phàil Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. A.B. Crawford Blaich 011 "The Rock of Paul's son" Applied to a small rock on the side of Locheil and mid way betwixt Allt Mhic Phàil and Allt Meadonach.
OS1/2/41/40 ANNAT FERRY Annat Ferry Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. A.B. Crawford Blaich 011 A Ferry betwixt Annat and Achafubil
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OS1/2/41/40 [Page] 40 Sgeir Mhic Phàil [note] Phòil [Signature] W.G. Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/41 CORAN FEÀRNA Coran Feàrna (Local spelling) Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 011 "Little hollow of the Alder" A small hollow situated about one mile south of Achafubil, the property of the Earl of Morton.
OS1/2/41/41 ACHAPHUBUIL Achafubil (Local) Achaphubuil Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Stewart, Nether Lochaber, Near Oban, 1896 011 Applied to a number of Crofters houses Situated between "Blaich" and "Camas na gaul" Property of the Earl of Morton.
OS1/2/41/41 LOCH LINNHE Loch Linnhe 011 Described on the 6 inch Sheets of Argyllshire
OS1/2/41/41 [Page] 41 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] WG Sillifant Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/42 RUDHA ACHAPHUBUILL Rudha Achaphubuill Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 011 "Point of the Field of the Tents" A point in Loch Eil little west of the Confluence of Allt a' Chorain Fheàrna
OS1/2/41/42 ALLT A' CHORAIN FHEÀRNA Allt a' Chorain Fheàrna Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 011 "Burn of the Hollow of the Alder" A stream rising in Coran Fearna which flows in a North easterly direction to its Confluence with Locheil.
OS1/2/41/42 ALLT CHAILEIN Allt Chailein Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. A. McPhee Corpach Mr. D. Cameron Corpach 011 "Colin's Stream" A stream rising west of Allt a' Chorain Fheàrna, which flows in a northerly direction to its Confluence with Loch Eil little west of the Confluence of Allt a Chorain Fheàrna.
OS1/2/41/42 [Page] 42 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie Allt a' Chorain Fheàrna [note] Allt a' Chorain-fhearna
OS1/2/41/43 RUDHA DEARG Rudha Dearg Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. D Boyd Blaich 011 "Red Point" Applied to a point of land in Lochlinnhe north of Camas nan Gall - (it is an island at high water) Property of the Earl of Morton.
OS1/2/41/43 CAMAS NAN GALL Camas nan Gall Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. D Boyd Blaich 011 "Lowlanders Bay" A small bay in the north west end of Loch Linnhe about half a mile south west of Eilean na Bealaidh
OS1/2/41/43 CAMASNAGAUL Camasnagaul Revd. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clerk Corpach Mr. D McIntyre Achafubil Mr. D Boyd Blaich 011 A Public House situated at the southern extremity of Camus nan Gall. Property of D. Cameron M.P [Member of Parliament] Esqr of Loch Eil
OS1/2/41/43 [Page] 43 Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie [Signature] Hugh Sutherland C/a [Civilian assistant]
OS1/2/41/43 Camas nan Gall is south east of Eilean a' Bhealaidh.
OS1/2/41/44 EILEAN A' BHEALAIDH Eilean na Bealaidh Revd. Dr Clerk Corpach Mr. J McLachlan Camas na Gaul Mr. D Boyd Blaich 011 "Broom Island" An island in Loch Eil situated about thirty chains north west of Rudha Dearg. Property of D Cameron M.P [Member of Parliament] Esq of Locheil
OS1/2/41/44 EILEAN NAN CRAOBH Eilean nan Craobh Revd. Dr Clerk Corpach Mr. J McLachlan Camas na Gaul Mr. D Boyd Blaich 011 "Island of the Trees" A small island in Loch Eil situated a little to the north west of Eilean na Bealaidh Property of D. Cameron M.P [Member of Parliament] Esqr. of Locheil
OS1/2/41/44 EILEAN NA CREICH Eilean na Creich Revd. Dr Clerk Corpach Mr. J McLachlan Camas na Gaul Mr. D Boyd Blaich 011 "Island of the raft wood" A small island in Loch Eil situated a little to the East of Eilean na Bealaidh Property of D. Cameron M.P [Member of Parliament] Esqr. of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/44 [Page] 44 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie Eilean a' Bhealaidh [note] Eilean nam Bealaidh or Eilean a' Bhealaidh? always masculine Eilean na Creich [note] Creiche
OS1/2/41/45 LOCHYSIDE Lochyside Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach 011 Applied to a few Crofters houses extending from Caol, to Inverlochy Bridge. Property of D. Cameron Esqr of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/45 RIVER LOCHY River Lochy Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach 007; 012 Applied to a river rising out of Loch Lochy by a new Channel cut for it, it falls into the Spean at Muccomir bridge and gets the name of the Spean for a short distance it falls into the old Channel near Gairlochy and then gets the name of the Lochy which it retains to its Confluence with the Sea near Fort William.
OS1/2/41/45 LONG SHOT Long Shot Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach 011 Applies to a fishing pool in the River Lochy situated south of Lochyside.
OS1/2/41/45 SLUGGAN POOL Sluggan Pool 011 A fishing pool in the River Lochy Situated south of Camaghael
OS1/2/41/45 [page] 45 Co. [County] of Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie [signed] WG Sillifant Lce Corpl RE [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/41/46 CASTLE POOL Castle Pool Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach 012 Applied to a fishing Pool in the River Lochy. Situated to the south of Lochyside.
OS1/2/41/46 LOCHY BRIDGE Lochy Bridge Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach 012 A suspension bridge over the River Lochy. situated at the east end of Lochyside.
OS1/2/41/46 LOCHYBRIDGE COTTAGE Lochybridge Cottage Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach 012 Applied to a neat slated house on the north bank of the River Lochy situated at Inverlochy Bridge. Property of D. Cameron Esqr. of Locheil
OS1/2/41/46 CAMAGHAEL Camaghael Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clark Corpach Mr A. McPhee Corpach Mr E. Cameron Corpach 007; 012 Applied to a few Crofters houses on the north side of the River Lochy. extending from Inverlochy Bridge to where Allt Mor becomes Confluent with the River Lochy.
OS1/2/41/46 [page] 46 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/47 CAOL Caol Revd [Reverend] Mr Clark Corpach Mr A McMillan Coal. Mr John Cameron Coal. Rent Receipts 012 Applied to a few houses Situated to the south of Lochyside and betwixt the River Lochy. and Caledonian Canal. Property of W. Cameron, M.P [Member of Parliament] Esqr. of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/47 AM BREUN CHAMAS An Breun Chamas Revd [Reverend] Mr Clark Corpach Mr A McMillan Coal. Mr John Cameron Coal. Rent Receipts 011; 012 "The rough bay" A large bay in Loch Linnhe situated to the north of where the River Lochy becomes Confluent with the loch.
OS1/2/41/47 CORPACH MOSS Corpach Moss Revd [Reverend] Mr Clark Corpach Mr A McMillan Coal. Mr John Cameron Coal. Rent Receipts 012 A portion of Moor land, extending from Coal in a northerly direction to Blar Mor. Property of W. Cameron (M.P) [Member of Parliament] Esqr of Locheil.
OS1/2/41/47 DAIL A' CHAIT Dail a' Chait Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clark Corpach Mr. A McMillan Coal Mr. Ewen Cameron Coal 007 [Damaged]
OS1/2/41/47 [page] 47 Co. [County] Argyll -- Parish of Kilmallie
OS1/2/41/47 The prepopulated entry for DAIL A' CHAIT was on Page 37 and has been deleted from there, with a note. Dail a' Chait, for Description details see Page 35b.
OS1/2/41/48 AN CAOL An Caol Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] ClarK Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr McMillan Coal 012 "The narrow place" Applied to a sand banK in An Breun Chamas
OS1/2/41/48 CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] ClarK Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr McMillan Coal 012 "BlacK RocK" Applied to a rocK in the River Lochy situated about half a mile south of An Caol
OS1/2/41/48 EILEAN A' BHEALAIDH Eilean a' Bealaich Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] ClarK Corpach Mr Ewen Cameron Corpach Mr McMillan Coal 012 "The brown island" An Island situated in the "River Lochy" between "Long Shot" and Eilean Fearna.
OS1/2/41/48 EILEAN FEARNA 012 "The Alder island" situated in River Lochy between Creag Dhubh and and "Eilean na Bealaidh"
OS1/2/41/48 [Page] 48 [Signed] Hugh Sutherland C/a [Civilian assistant] G Herbert Bolland Capt REngr [Captain Royal Engineers] 27 Feby [February] 1872
OS1/2/41/48 These objects can be found on the 25" sheets for Argyllshire, 012.01 (sheet 12 of 6" seems to be missing)
OS1/2/41/49 [Page] 49 [Volume] 41 Mr McKenzie 1/2500 [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE 21 APR. [APRIL] 1897 SOUTHAMPTON INDEX To Part of the Parish of Kilmallie ARGYLLSHIRE SHEETS. 6.7.11.&12
OS1/2/41/50 [Page] 50 (NAME BOOK). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Achaphubuil -- 41 Achlais na Creige -- 16 Aird na Còrr -- 21 Allt a’ Bhaile Gheamraidh -- 2 Allt a’ Chàise -- 30 Allt a’ Chorain Fheàrna -- 43 Allt a’ Chrochaiche -- 6 Allt a’ Phorteir -- 39 Allt an Tòrr Fhearna -- 6 Allt an Tòrr Mhòir -- 4 Allt an t-Seasgain -- 6 Allt Bad Abrach -- 23 Allt Beag -- 4 Allt Bhlaich Mhòir -- 5 Allt Camas na Croise -- 10 Allt Camas na h-Àtha -- 9 Allt Ceann a’ Chlàir -- 14 Allt Chailein -- 42 Allt Cùil a’ Chiarain -- 20 Allt Dogha -- 21 Allt Fìne -- 30 Allt Goirtein an t-Sailleir -- 4 Allt Meadhonach -- 38 Allt Mhic Phàil -- 38 Allt a’ Chip -- 37 Allt Mòr -- 34 Allt na Clais -- 37 Allt na Leth Bheinn -- 3 Allt an Fhuadh -- 3 Allt Sheangain -- 31 Allt na h-Eirigh -- 5 Allt Tom an Eildean -- 3 Am Breun Chamas -- 47 An Caol -- 48 Annat -- 19 Annat Ferry -- 40 Annat Mill -- 19 Annat Point -- 11 Ardgour -- 37 Bad Abrach -- 23 Banavie -- 33
OS1/2/41/51 [Page] 51 (NAME BOOK). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Banavie Locks -- 31 Beul Ath a’ Mhèirlich -- 35 Blaich -- 8 Blaich Cottage -- 5 Blàr Mòr -- 32 Blàr na h-Annait -- 11 Breun Chamas -- 26 Buinne a’ Chait -- 39 Bun Allt Dogha -- 12 Caledonian Canal -- 28 Camaghael -- 46 Camas Cruinn -- 13 Camas na Croise -- 9 Camasnagaul -- 43 Camas na h-Àtha -- 7 Camas na h-Àtha -- 14 Camas na Craobhan Daraich -- 15 Camas nan Gall -- 43 Cameron's Monument -- 20 Canal Cottage -- 7 Caochan Ruadh -- 10 Canal Pool -- 37 Caol -- 47 Castle Pool -- 46 Ceann a’ Chlàir -- 13 Chalybeate Spring -- 33 Chapel -- 18 Church -- 17 Clach Mhòr -- 36 Claigionn na Sroine -- 2 Cnoc nam Faobh -- 21 Coran Feàrna -- 41 Corpach -- 22 Corpach Hotel -- 25 Corpach Locks -- 19 Corpach Moss -- 47 Creag a’ Chaolais -- 15 Creag Allt Fìne -- 30 Creag Dhubh -- 48 Creag Liath -- 22 Croit na Cailliche -- 9 Cruive Pool -- 36 Dail a’ Chait -- 47 Dail Liath -- 14 Dearg Allt -- 2 Drochaid Ceann a’ Chlàir -- 13 Dorus Dubh -- 35 Drochaid Dogha -- 11 Druim na h-Atha -- 5
OS1/2/41/51 "Dail a’ Chait -- 47" See Page 35b.
OS1/2/41/52 [Page] 52 (NAME BOOK). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Dyke Pool -- 34 Eas nan Long -- 27 Eilean Feàrna -- 48 Eilean a’ Bhealaidh -- 44 Eilean a’ Bhealaidh -- 48 Eilean na Creich -- 44 Eilean nan Craobh -- 44 Free Church -- 17 Gleann Laragain -- 31 Glen Albyn -- 27 Kilmallie -- 1 Letter Box -- 25 Lochaber -- 27 Loch Eil -- 8 Lochiel Arms Hotel -- 29 Loch Linnhe -- 41 Lochy Bridge -- 46 Lochy Bridge Cottage -- 46 Lochyside -- 45 Long Shot -- 45 Lower Banavie -- 34 Lundy Pool -- 36 Manse -- 17 Manse -- 24 Meall Bhanabhie -- 35 Meall Breac -- 39 Mount Alexander -- 29 Muirshirlich -- 2 Neptune's Staircase -- 31 Poll Eas nan Long -- 27 Poll a’ Chasteil -- 35 Poll a’ Chait -- 37 Poll na h-Atha -- 37 Poorhouse -- 31 Port a’ Bhàta -- 7 Post Office -- 32 River Lochy -- 45 Rudha Achaphubuill -- 42 Rudha Dearg -- 43 Rudha Mòr -- 16 Rudha nan Sionnach -- 16 School -- 8 School -- 24 School -- 27 Sgeir Mhic Phàil -- 40 Sluggan Pool -- 45 Sràid Bhanco -- 28
OS1/2/41/52 "Poll na h-Atha -- 37" is on Page 7
OS1/2/41/53 [Page] 53 (NAME BOOK). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Teanga Bheithe -- 37 Tigh-ghairm nan Chait -- 36 The Narrows -- 40 Tom Allt Fìne -- 33 Tom an Achaidh Bhuidhe -- 2 Tombuidhe -- 25 Tom Dubh -- 26 Tom Giubhais -- 26 Tom Moine -- 27 Torcastle -- 35 Tor Castle -- 35 Tòrr a’ Chaolais -- 15 Tòrr na Làthraiche -- 10
OS1/2/41/53 "Tigh-Ghairm nan Chait -- 36" See Page 35b