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OS1/2/68/171

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH SHIEL Loch Shiel Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clark Corpach
Mr. Allan Cameron Callop
Mr. Rankin Guesachan
008; 017 A large loch forming the boundary between the Counties of Argyll and Inverness, it extends form Glenfinnon House (about two miles west of Callop) to near Sheil Bridge a distance of about twenty four miles.
ALLT RUDHA NAN SGRIOB Allt Rudha nan Sgriòb Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clark Corpach
Mr. Allan Cameron Callop
Mr. Rankin Guesachan
018 "Stream of the point of the broken scaurs" A mountain stream rising about a quarter of a mile south of Meall nan Creag Leac, and flowing in a westerly direction till it becomes Confluent with Loch Sheil a little South of Rudha nan Sgriob
RUDHA NAN SGRIOB Rudha nan Sgriòb Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clark Corpach
Mr. Allan Cameron Callop
Mr. Rankin Guesachan
009 "Point of the broken scaurs" A small promontary on the east side of Loch Sheil a little south of Rudha nan Sliseag

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Co. [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmalllie

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Loch Shiel is prominently marked on Sheets 4, 8, 9 & 17.

Allt Rudha nan Sgriob rises north west of Meall nan Creag Leac.

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