List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEANN NAM BAN Gleann nam Beann Captain Gunn Braehour
Donald Gunn Dalnaha
William Gunn Dalnaha
031 A Small Glen covered with rough pasture and heath extending northward along the Stream of that name, from the east end of Cnoc Crom Allt
Proprietor Sir J.G.T. Sinclair M.P. [Member of Parliament] for the County.
ALLT GLINNE DHUIBH Allt Glinne Dhuibh Mr Campbell - Corrichoich
Mr Elder - Farmer Glut
William Farquhar - Shepherd
031 A small stream, rises at the base of Cnoc Garbh-leathaid and joins Crom allt Mor.
CNOC LOCH MHADADH Cnoc Loch Mhadadh Mr William Campbell. Shepherd
Mr. D Gunn Shepherd Cuperniesgach
Mr. W Gunn Shepherd Cuperniesgach
031 A prominent hill near Loch Mhadadh, from which it taKes its name.

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County of Caithness -- Parish of Hallkirk

[Note Gleann nam Beann] -- Sometimes called Gleann na Ban
The wives Glen

[Note Allt Glinne Dhuibh] -- Stream of the Black Glen
[Note Cnoc Loch Mhadadh] -- Hill of Dogs Loch

[Signed] George Rose
C. A. [Civilian Assistant]

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For Gleann nam Beann, see Sheet 31a.

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