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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LEAC A' BHREACKERIE Leac a' Bhreackerie
Leac a' Bhreackerie
Leac a' Bhreackerie
Duncan Ferguson
Donald Mathieson
J Campbell, Remuil
261 Apllicable to the hillside extending from opposite Glenahanty, to Largybaan. Sign. [Signification] Leac, a declivity. Breackrie, not known.
CNOCAN LIN Cnoc an Lioin


Cnoc an Lioin
Cnoc an Lìn
Cnocan Lìn
Duncan Ferguson
Donald Mathieson
J Campbell, Remuil
Gaelic Orthography
The Flax Hill, "Hill of the Flax"
Flax Hill, "Small Hill of Flax"
261 An eminence on the grazing of Largybaan
Sign. [Signification] Hill of the flax or lint.
CNOC REAMHAR Cnoc Reamhar Duncan Ferguson
Donald Mathieson
J Campbell, Remuil
261 A considerable eminence a little south west of the above
Sign. [Signification] Great hill.
CNOC A' CHOIREIN Cnoc a' Choirein Duncan Ferguson
Donald Mathieson
J Campbell, Remuil
261 A prominent little knoll at head of Gleann a' Choirein.

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[Southend Ph. [Parish] deleted] Argyllshire

[Header notes]
No change on this page [Initialled] A.H.C. Nov. [November] 1914
[Initialled] A.C. March '16 [1916]

Names Revised Nov. [November] 1914

Leac a' Bhreackerie [note]
To be Corrected on Plan.

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