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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SOCACH BURN Socach Burn
Socach Burn
Socach Burn
J. McIntyre Weaver Socach
Mr. McNeill Farmer Glasvar
Martin McNeill Shepherd Socach
150 A large Burn flowing out of a mountain loch and running in a westerly direction until it arrives at "Socach", whence it changes its course northwards. The name terminates about a mile north of "Socach".
EAS BÀN Eas Bhàn
Eas Bhàn
Eas Bhàn
"Eas Bàn"
J McIntyre Weaver
Mr. McNeill Farmer
Martin McNeill Shepherd
G.O. [Gaelic Orthography]
150 A good sized waterfall in "Socach" Burn about half a mile east of the farm. Sig: [Signification] White Water-fall
MEALL REAMHAR Meall Ramhar
Meall Ramhar
Meall Ramhar
"Meall Reamhar"
J. McIntyre Weaver
Mr. McNeill Farmer
Martin McNeill Shepherd
G.O. [Gaelic Orthography]
150 A rocky Knoll a short distance east of "Eas Bhàn" Sig: [Signification] Fat Hill
ALLT NA RUISG Allt na Ruisg
Allt na Ruisg
Allt na Ruisg
J. McIntyre Weaver
Mr. McNeill Farmer
Martin McNeill Shepherd
150 A small mountain stream falling into "Socach Burn" a short distance east of "Socach". Sig: [Signification] The Fleece Burn

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