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OS1/2/58/105

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT AN TORMAIN Allt-an Tormain
Allt-an Tormain
Allt-an Tormain
Revd. [Reverend] Mr McTavish
Dugald McArthur
John Brown
183 A small stream on the east side of Inverchaolain Glen
Sign. [Signification] The murmuring burn
MILLSTONE KNOWE Millstone Knowe Revd. [Reverend] Mr McTavish
Dugald McArthur
John Brown
183 A small heathy knoll situated on the west side of Inverchaolain Burn. Many years ago an unsuccessful attempt was made to procure millstones from this place - hence the name. A little south of this place is a small Loch which is not known by any name
BEALACH NA SRÉINE Bealach na Sréine Revd. [Reverend] Mr McTavish
Dugald McArthur
John Brown
183 A hollow part of the watershed dividing Glen Kin from Inverchaolain Glen.
Sign. [Signification] The Bridle pass

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[Entry for Lochan has been crossed out]

Transcriber's notes

Lochan appears in the index, but is not named on the map and is here crossed out.

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Alison James- Moderator

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