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OS1/2/68/4

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT COIRE A' CHAORUINN Allt Coire a' Chaoruinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clark Copach
Mr. D. McDonald Stronlea
Mr. A McLachlan Kinolcheil
001 "Stream of the hollow of the mountain Ash" A mountain stream rising in Coire a Chaoruinn about ten Chains south of the source of Fionnali and flowing in and easterly [direction] for about half a mile to where it becomes confluent with Fionnali
LEAC A' CHAIGINN Leac a' Chaiginn Revd. [Reverend] Mr Clark Copach
Mr. D. McDonald Stronlea
Mr. A McLachlan Kinolcheil
001 "Rough face" This name apples to a portion of mountain land on the east side of Gadhar Bheinn. The property of D. Cameron MP [Member of Parliament] Esq of Locheil.
FUARAN A' CHAIGINN Fuaran a' Chaiginn Revd. [Reverend]
Mr Clark Copach Mr. D. McDonald Stronlea
Mr. A McLachlan Kinolcheil
001 "Spring of the rough road" A spring siutated about a mile and a half north east of Stronlea and about ten Yards from the west [east] bank of Fionnali

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Sheet 1 Co [County] Argyll Parish of Kilmallie

[Signature] Hugh Sutherland

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Fuaran a' Chaiginn is on the east bank.

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