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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEANN AN LOCHAIN DUIBH Gleann an Lochain Duibh
Gleann an Lochain Duibh
Revd. [Reverend] A. Clerk, Corpach
Mr John Cameron, Salachin
018; 019 A glen south of Cona Glen, fully a quarter of a mile in breadth and stretching South-east from Lochan Dubh for more than two miles, when it is joined by Gleann na Cloiche Sgoilte and afterwards takes the name of Glen Scaddle - Property of A. McLean Esqr Ardgour - English meaning Glen of the Little Black Loch
AMHAINN GHLEANN AN LOCHAIN DUIBH Amhainn Ghleann an Lochain Duibh
Amhainn Ghleann an Lochain Duibh
Revd. [Reverend] A. Clerk, Corpach
Mr John Cameron, Salachin
018; 019 A large stream rising east of Lochan Dubh and flowing through Gleann an Lochain Duibh. When joined by Allt Gleann na Cloiche Sgoilte it forms the River Scaddle. English meaning River of Glen of the Little Black Loch.
SRÒN BEINNE MHEADHOIN Sròn Beinne Mheadhoin
Sròn Beinne Mheadhoin
Sròn Beinne Meadhoin
Revd. [Reverend] A. Clerk, Corpach
Mr John Cameron, Salachin
019 A ridge separating Gleann an Lochain Duibh and Gleann na Cloiche Sgoilte. Property of A. McLean Esqr. Ardgour. English meaning, Snout of Middle Hill

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Parish of Kilmallie Argyllshire

Sròn Beinne Mheadhoin [Note] Beinn is a feminine noun here it is made a masculine noun Should be Sron Beinne Meadhoin

[Signature] John McKeith Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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