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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ABHUINN FIADH-INNIS Abhuinn Fiadh-innis
Abhuinn Fiadh-innis
Abhuinn Fiadh-innis
John Matheson Tenant Kinloch
J. Matheson Shepherd Kinloch
Revd. [Reverend] J. Sinclair Manse of Eigg
066 Applies to a large mountain stream rising a short distance south east of Fiadh-innis & flows through the same in a north easterly direction, through Loch Fiadh-innis where it flows west & empties into the Atlantic Ocean on the west Coast of Rum about 1/4 of a mile south of Abhuinn Rhangail. Sig [Signification] "River of the deer".
RUINSIVAL Ruinsival Major Macpherson R.E. [Royal Engineers] 066 Applies to a rocky hill about 1/4 of a mile south of loch Fiadh-innis & about the same distance west of Leac a' Chaisteil. Sig [Signification] "hill of the rump".
RUINNSE-MHEALL Rhuinnse-mheall John Matheson Tenant Kinloch
J. Matheson Shepherd Kinloch
Revd. [Reverend] J. Sinclair Manse of Eigg
066 Applies to a rocky hill about 1/4 of a mile south of loch Fiadh-innis & about the same distance west of Leac a' Chaisteil. Sig [Signification] "hill of the rump".
ABHUINN RHANGAIL Abhuinn Rhangail John Matheson Tenant Kinloch
J. Matheson Shepherd Kinloch
Revd. [Reverend] J. Sinclair Manse of Eigg
066 Applies to a large river the west end of which is a short distance north of Abhuinn Fiadh-innis it then flows in a north easterly direction through Glen Harris till it joins Abhuinn Sgathaig where it changes its name.

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Sheet 66 - Isle of Rum County of Argyll

[Ruinsival] G.H.B. 7 Jan 1884

R Hawkins S.R.E [Sapper Royal Engineers]

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