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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DROCHAID MHIC NEIL Drochaid Mhic Neil (public)

Drochaid Mhic Neil (public)
Revd. [Reverend] A. Stuart Onich
A. McLean Esqr. Ardgour
Mr. Cameron Clovulin
030 A small Bridge built of stone spanning Allt Cladh a' Mhuilinn, near the west end of the village of Clovulin; property of the Road Trustees - English Meaning - McNeil's Bridge
DROCHAID MHIC IAIN Drochaid Mhic-Iain (public) Revd. [Reverend] A. Stuart Onich
A. McLean Esqr. Ardgour
Mr. Cameron Clovulin
030 A bridge on the Turnpike road from Corran Ferry to Shiel Bridge, spanning a small burn issuing from Lochan Cladh a' Mhuilinn; property of the road trustees - English meaning - John's Son's Bridge
ALLT AN AILEIN Allt an Ailein Revd. [Reverend] A. Stuart Onich
A. McLean Esqr. Ardgour
Mr. Cameron Clovulin
029; 030 "Allt an Ailein" - a continuation of Allt a' Choir-dhuibh, takes its name from a bridge near Ardgour House, and flowing about half a mile eastward falls into Lochan Cladh a' Mhuilinn, English meaning - Burn of the Small meadow

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[Page] 89
Co. [County] Argyle -- Parish of Killmalie

Allt an Ailein [note]
on [Sheet] 29.4

[Signed] James Gibson c/a [civilian assistant]

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