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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMAS A' MHOR-FHIR Camas a' Mhor-fhir
Camas a' Mhor-fhir
Camas a' Mhor-fhir
Duncan McDonald Carpenter Lunga
John McDonald Lunga
Mr Colin Campbell, Teacher Knockrome Jura
129 A well sheltered bay extending nearly half a mile into the southwest of "Lunga" in a northerly direction, the N. [North] End of it coming within a short distance of the foot of "Bidein na h - Iolaire," on on the side Creek of the great man.
GARBH CHEATHRAMH Garbh Cheathramh Duncan McDonald Carpenter Lunga
John McDougal Lunga
Mr Colin Campbell, Teacher Knockrome Jura
129 A rocky hill situated in the island of "Lunga" immediately E. [East] of "Rumach Uaine" & a short distance west from "Canas a' Mhor-flin." Sig. [Signification] Rough quarter.
MEALL NAN CAORACH Meall nan Caorach Duncan McDonald Carpenter Lunga
John McDonald Lunga
Mr Colin Campbell, Teacher Knockrome Jura
129 A hillock situated at the south End of "Lunga" a short distance N.W. [North West] from "Carragh Ruadh."

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[(S]heet 129 Argyllshire) -- ph [parish] of Jura

[Signature] A.McDonald Lce Corpl:R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

Note Roman Capitals is written beneath Camas a' Mhor-fhir in the List of Names column.

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(Roman Capitals) is written in the List of Names column for Camas a' Mhor-fhir.

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