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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CLACH FIN Clach Fin
Clach Fin
Clach Fin
"Clach Fhionn"
Mr. John McPherson Gobagrenan
Mr. Buchanan, East Skeroblingary
Mr. Alexander McPhail, Drumgarve
White Stone, Gaelic Derivation.
251 This name is applied to a pretty large stone lying on the north side of Clachfin Glen.
Derivation, White Stone.
CLACHFIN GLEN Clachfin Glen


Clach-fhionn Glen
Mr. John McPherson Gobagrenan
Mr. Buchanan, East Skeroblingary
Mr. Alexander McPhail, Drumgarve
White Stone Glen, Gaelic Derivation
251 A hollow a little to the north-west of Easca Hill.
EASACH HILL Easca Hill


Easach Hill
Mr. John McPherson Gobagrenan
Mr. Buchanan, east Skeroblingary
Mr. Alexander McPhail, Drumgarve
251 A prominent hill the farm of East Skeroblingary. Derivation. Hill of the Foaming Cataract

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