Essential maintenance
HES is currently undertaking essential maintenance on our web services. This will limit access to services in the following ways:
- Subscription access for HES online services will be unavailable (Scran, NCAP)
- Image purchasing options will be limited (Canmore, Britain from Above, Scran, NCAP)
- Any enhanced services which require a log in will be unavailable (My Canmore, Britain from Above contributions, Scran contribute)
General access to these services will all continue. Enquiries will still be able to be submitted.

We anticipate services to be restored from Monday 1st February 2021.

OS1/9/3/18

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRUACH A' BHUILG Cruach-a'-bhuilg
Cruach-a'-bhuilg
Cruach-a'-bhuilg
Cruach-a'-bhuilg
Cruach-a'-bhuilg
Cruach-a'-bhuilg
Cruach-a'-bhuilg
Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Alexander Dewar, Schoolmaster
John Ferguson, Benreoch Ho. [House]
Alexander McDougal
James McMerrich of Stuckgowan
Rev [Reverend] Colin McKenzie
Mr. Martin, Factor
008 A well known name applied to the highest point of "Ben Reoch." It forms an oval shaped knoll and on it are a few scattered rocks and a natural, shallow pool. The word Cruach signifies a stack or heap, and bhuilg a bag or bellows, and sometimes, as in this case, the top. (see Ben Reoch).

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 18
County Dumbarton

Cruach, (G) [Gaelic], A pile; a heap; a high hill
Bhuilg, A wallet
Cruach a' Bhuilg. Adopted, See sheets of Lewis Island

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

Alison James- Moderator, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator

  Location information for this page.