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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAGAN FAING Creag an Faing
Creag an Faing
"Creagan Faing"
"Creag na Faing:
James McKechnie Esq. Torran
A. McNair Torran
GO [Gaelic Orthography]
Creag of the Sheepfold.
139 A small rock situated a few yards south of Cnoc an Chaorruinn. Sig. [Signification] Creag of (the) Sheepfold
CNOC NAN CÀRNACH Cnoc na Carnaich
Cnoc na Carnaich
"Cnoc nan Càrnach"
James McKechnie Esq
R. Cameron Arinechtan
G.O. [Gaelic Orthography]
139 A small hill on the grazings of Inverlive[r] & situated a short distance East of the dwelling. Sig [Signification] Hill of the Heaps or piles
CNOC AN T-SASUNNAICH Cnoc an t-Sasunnaich
Cnoc an t-Sasunnaich
James McKechnie Esq.
R. Cameron Arinechtan
139 A small hillock a few yards south of the above. Sig. [Signification] Hill of the Englishman
ARICHAMISH (Ruins) Aricamus
James McKechnie Esq
R. Cameron
Estate Map 1790
W.J.B. Martin Esq. Factor
139 The ruins of a farmhouse & offices situated on the road about a mile N.E. [North East] of Inverliver

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Sheet 139 Argyllshire

Creagan Faing [Note] The object being small.

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