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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KERRAN HILL Kerran Hill
Kerran Hill
Kerran Hill
Kerran Hill
Mr. Ferguson Managing Clerk for J.L. Stewart Factor for the Duke of Argyll

Hector McLarty, Balnabraid
Duncan McIntyre, Gamekeeper Southend
263 A pretty high hill on the farm of Kerran; property of the Duke of Argyll
GLEANN BHAN Glen Bhean


"Gleann Bhan"
Mr. Ferguson Managing Clerk for J.L. Stewart Factor for the Duke of Argyll
Hector McLarty, Balnabraid
Duncan McIntyre, Gamekeeper Southend
Correct Gaelic
263 A small glen to the south-east of Kerran Hill. This name applied from where the stream collects to where it joins with Cantaig Glen.
Sig. [Signification] (Women's Glen)
SOCACH GLEN Socach Glen Mr. Ferguson Managing Clerk for J.L. Stewart Factor for the Duke of Argyll
Hector McLarty, Balnabraid
Duncan McIntyre, Gamekeeper Southend
263 A small glen branching off Glen Bhean. Sig. [Signification] (A point of land between two rivers)
CANTAIG GLEN Cantaig Glen Mr. Ferguson Managing Clerk for J.L. Stewart Factor for the Duke of Argyll
Hector McLarty, Balnabraid
Duncan McIntyre, Gamekeeper Southend
263 A small glen bearing this name from where it branches off Glen Harvie [Glen Hervie]. Sig. [Signification] Unknown. A house bearing this name stood near this glen at one time

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263-9 -- [Parish of Southend deleted] Argyllshire

Gleann Bhan [note]
Bhan pronounced Bhăn or
Gleann Bhan Women's Glen
referred

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