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OS1/9/3/39

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG ENNIC Creag Ennic
Creag Ennic
Creag Ennic
Peter McGregor, Glenmallan
Findlay Sinclair, Gortean na Leirg
Colin McKay
009 A range of rocks situated near the top of "Ben Bhreachd", on its western side. The rocks are largest and steepest at the North end, and gradually become smaller as the approach the South termination of the range. This is a corrupted name whose derivation is not known.
CLACH SGOILTE Clach Sgoilte
Clach Sgoilte
Clach Sgoilte
Duncan MacFarlane, Strone
Donald Sinclair, Firken
Colin McKay
009 A well known name, signifying Split Stone, applied to a huge mass of rock at the end of "Creag Tharsuinn." It appears at one time to have been one piece, but has been severed by natural causes so as to leave a passage of 3 feet in breadth between the one part and the other.

Continued entries/extra info

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Creag Ennic:]
Creag properly spelled altho [although] Ennic not known

[Below entry for Clach Sgoilte:]
"Clach". A stone
Sgoilte, Cleft, splintered, &c.

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Alison James- Moderator, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator

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