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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BALMAGOMERY BURN Balmagomery Burn
Balmagomery Burn
Balmongomery B. [Burn]
Balmongomery B. [Burn]
A. Todd
Duncan Cameron
Mr. Colvill, Carskey
D. Ferguson. Kerrymenoch
A small burn having its source east of the Gobhann, flows into the sea at the eastern limits of Rudha nan Scarlan.
BLACK BURN Black Burn A. Todd
Duncan Cameron
Mr. Colvill, Carskey
D. Ferguson. Kerrymenoch.
264 A small burn which rises west from the "Fort", flows into the sea close to the same.
FORT BURN Fort Burn A. Todd
Duncan Cameron
Mr. Colvill, Carskey
D. Ferguson. Kerrymenoch.
264 A small stream which flows close to "Fort" on the east side.
SRÒN UAMHA Sròn Uaidh



Sròn Uamha
A. Todd
Duncan Cameron
Mr. Colvill, Carskey
D. Ferguson. Kerrymenoch
Adopted.
264 A prominent rocky projection and is the most southerly point of the Mull.

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[Southend Ph. [Parish] deleted] Argyll

[Header notes]
No change on this page [Initialled] G.P. Novr. [November] 1914
[Initialled] A.C. March '16. [1916]

Names Revised G.P. Novr. [November] 1914

Sròn Uamha [note]
Uaimha
Uaimh A den, a cave, &c.

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