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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT NA H-AINNIRE Allt na h-Ainnire
Allt na h-Ainnire
Allt na h-Ainnire
Rev [Reverend] Duncan Campbell
Peter Turner
John Millar
013 A small stream rising on the west side of "Creachan Hill" pursuing a southerly direction and falls into "Finlas Water" about a mile and half north west of "Shemore". This name signifies the Maiden's Stream.

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County Dumbarton

"Allt," and "na h-Ainnire," G.D.f [Gaelic Derivative feminine] - from Ainnir,
A maid. Gael. [Gaelic]

John Bayly
Major R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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