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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MACLAINE'S SKULL Maclaine's Skull
Maclaine's Skull
Maclaine's Skull
John McPhail Shepherd Glengarrisdale
Duncan McFarlane late Shepherd Glengarrisdale
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147 Applies to a piece of ground so called from a Skull being dug up on the spot some time ago and tradition has it that it was the Skull of McLaine The then chief of Lochbay who was slain here with his adherents in an encounter with the Campbells of Craignish.
CLACH NAN ARM Clach nan Arm
Clach nan Arm
Clach nan arm
John McPhail Shepherd Glengarrisdale
Duncan McFarlane late Shepherd Glengarrisdale
Duncan Shaw Lussagiven
147 Applies to a large Stone situated a few chains north of Glengarrisdale and at McLaine's Skull being the Stone on which the McLains had their Arms when surprised by the Campbells of Craignish, hence their disconpedure. Sig. [Signification] "Stone of the Arms"

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