List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ACHARYNIE (In Ruins) Achadh Ridhnie R. Campbell Athan-salach
J. Gibson Croik
Thomas Mather Dirlot.
022 This name applies to the remains of a small farm steading which is now under sheep. I can find no information about the origin of the name, but I think Rainy must have been the name of Some one of those who occupied the farm, and, that it has been named after him. Sir J.G.T. Sinclair. Proprietor
AIRIDH CHRUAIDH Airidh Chruaidh R. Campbell Athan-salach
J. Gibson Croik
Thomas Mather Dirlot
022 A low lying piece of ground, an old Sheiling, the remains of some of the huts in which the sheltered are still to be seen. It is covered with rough pasture and heath, Situated at the north end of Loch Meadie. Proprietor Sir J.G.T. Sinclair.

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County-Caithness -- Parish of Hallkirk

Achadh Ridhnie - meaning unknown
Pronounced Rynie

Bàthach Dhònuill - cancelled

Airidh Chruaidh - Hard Sheiling

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

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