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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ATH CEANN A' CHLAIR Ath Ceann a clàir
Ath Ceann a clàir
Sichin a chair
Ath Ceann a Chlàir
Mr McInnes Carnassary
Colin McPherson
Rev [Reverend] D Jackson Kilmartin
GO [Gaelic Orthography] for first Sig [Signification]
138 Applied to the junction of roads at the head of the Valley of Kilmartin.
Sig. [Signification] "Ford of the head of the plain"
Rev [Reverend] D Jackson Sig. [Signification] "The gusset or gushet land"
Creag Breac
Creag Bhracha
"Creag Bhreac"
Mr McInnes
Mr McPherson
Rev [Reverend] D Jackson Kilmartin
GO [Gaelic Orthography]
138 A conspicuous rocky Knoll nea "Ath Ceam a Clair."
Sig. [Signification] "Spotted Craig"
Dùn Mhic Choish
Dùn Mhic Choish
Mr McPherson
Mr Jackson, Creag an Fairbh Mor
Rev [Reverend] D Jackson
138 A prominent hill near the head of the valley of Kilmartin on the summit of which there is the remains of an ancient fort supposed to be of British origin. The remains of fort consist of a circular embankment formed of stones and earth. From it a view is obtained of some surrounding forts which implies it's being one of a chain of forts existing in this district.
Sig. [Signification] "McChoish's fort"
FORT [Dun Mhic Choish] 138

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