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OS1/9/3/64

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAGAN AN T-SEILICH Creag-an t' seileich
Creag-an t' seileich
Creag-an t' seileich
Creag-an t' seileich
Peter Turner
Adam Walker
Coll Lindsay
Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
010 This name is applied to a small precipice of rocks, on the southern slope of "Ben Dhubh", about 40 chains north of "Tom-na-glas.
CREAGANTUIE Craig-en-tuie
Craig-en-tuie
Craig-en-tuie
Craig-en-tuie
Montague Martin, Esqr.
Coll Lindsay
Peter Turner
010 An old farm house now used as a smearing house. the property of Sir James Colquhoun Bart. [Baronet] and occupied by Coll Lindsay. Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan supposes the name to be a corruption of Creag-an-t'shuide. The resting rock.
DUN AN T-SEILICH Dun-an-t'Seileich
Dun-an-t'Seileich
Dun-an-t'Seileich
Dun-an-t'Seileich
Dun-an-t'Seileich
Peter Turner
Adam Walker
Coll Lindsay
John MacLellan
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan,
010 A small knoll on the south slope of "Ben Dhubh", about 20 chains north of Tom-na-glas. the name signifies, the Willow hill or knoll.

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County Dumbarton

[Below entry for Dun an t-Seilich:]
Corrected at Glasgow
"Dun, a knoll; a hillock; a mount, (G). [Gaelic]
Seilich, (from Sileach.) A willow,
"Dun an t-Seileich," - The willow knoll.

[Below entry for Creagan an t-Seilich:]
Corrected at Glasgow
Creag, (G) [Gaelic] a rock

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