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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEANN A' CHOIREIN Gleann a' Choirein
Gleann a' Choirein
Gleann a' Choirein
D Mathieson
D McFadzean Kirryfuar
Duncan Ferguson
261 A small valley extending from head of Glen Remuil and junction of Allt an Fhaing, westward to Cnoc Reamhar.
Signification, Valley of the little dell.
ALLT NA FAING Allt an Fhaing


"Allt na Faing"
D Mathieson
D McFadzean Kirryfuar
Duncan Ferguson
The Sheepfold Burn.
A small stream falling into Glen Remuil at junction of the same with Gleann a Choirein.
Sign. [Signification] Burn of the Sheepfold.
SLIABH A' BHIORAIN Sliabh a' Bhiorain
Sliabh a' Bhiorain
Sliabh a' Bhiorain
Angus Campbell, High Glenadale
Duncan Ferguson
Donald Mathieson
261 Applicable to a considerable portion of heath lying to the north of Allt Dorrie.
Sign. [Signification] Heath, or Alpine plain of the Sticks.
INNEAN BEITHE Innean Beithe Angus Campbell, High Glenadale
Duncan Ferguson
Donald Mathieson
261 A rocky portion of ground, foremerly a farmsteading stood here. The property of the Duke of Argyll.
(See remark on name "Innean Gaothach" trace 11)

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[Southend Ph. [Parish] deleted] Argyllshire

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

Names Revised Nov. [November] 1914

Innean Beithe [note]
Innean Beithe Rock of a birch?
Innean Bheithe Rock of Birch? or Birch Rock?

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