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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FORT [Dùn na Nighinn] Dùn an Nigheinn
Dùn an Nigheinn
Dùn an Nighean
"Dùn na Nighinn"
James McKechnie Esq. Torran
John McNicol Ford
Rev [Reverend] D Jackson Kilmartin
GO. [Gaelic Orthography]
138 The remains of An ancient British Hill Fort occupying a commanding position, & within view of the Forts Dun Conallich, & Dun Mhic Choish, The remains consist of a wall composed of loose stone, & of great thickness. Sig. [Signification] The Daughter's Fort.
Loch Craignish
Loch Craignish
Loch Craignish
New Statistical Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Johnston's Royal Atlas
Admiralty Chart
130; 138 "Loch Craignish, which divides the peninsular part of the parish from Kilmartin, extends into the Country in a north-easterly direction. It is about 6 miles long. Its breadth varies. At its mouth it approaches three miles, and at a little distance from its head, it is scarcely one. Its Average depth is 12, and where deepest 16 fathoms. It is adorned with a number of green islets, a few of which are decorated with trees" New Statistical Account

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