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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT AN TOLL-DHOIRE Allt an Toll-dhoire
Allt an Toll-dhoire
Allt an Toll-dhoire
Allt an Toll-dhoire
John Lamont Knock
Kenneth Boyd Knock
Malcolm McDonald Benmore Lodge
Revd. [Reverend] John Day Minister of Salen
083 This name applies to a short mountain stream rising on the south west side of Beinn Bheag & flowing in a north westerly direction till it emptys itself into Loch na Keal about 1 1/8 miles from Knock. Sig [Signification] "Stream of the wood of the hollow"
TOLL-DOIRE Toll-doire John Lamont Knock
Kenneth Boyd Knock
Malcolm McDonald Benmore Lodge
Revd. [Reverend] John Day Minister of Salen
083 Applies to a small track of birch & forest wood a short distance east of Allt an Toll-dhoire & about 1/2 a mile south west from Knock. Sig [Signification] "Wood of the hollow"
BEINN BHEAG Beinn Bheag John Lamont Knock
Kenneth Boyd Knock
Malcolm McDonald Benmore Lodge
Revd. [Reverend] John Day Minister of Salen
083 Applies to a little mountain on the east side of Scarisdale wood & a short distance south from Knock. Sig [Signification] "Little mountain.

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Sheet 83 Plan 6 -- Isle of Mull -- County of Argyll

[Signed] R. Hawkins R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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