List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Montague Martin Esqr.
John Millar
Peter Turner
New Statistical Account
Irving's History
011 This name is applied to the northern of the large Islands of Loch Lomond. Situated nearly opposite the "Villiage of Luss". It is of a ridge like shape the Eastern Extremity the highest and of considerable height, thickly studded with Yew Trees, ascribed by tradition, to have been planted by Sir Robert de Bruce. It is used by the proprietor Sir James Colquhoun Bart. [Baronet] as a deer park. Contains several sheds, and a substantial dwelling house occupied by the Gamekeeper. the name is a corruption of "Innis Iubhair" Isle of Yew Trees.
CNOC NA GOIBHRE Cnoc na Gobhair
Cnoc na Gobhair
Cnoc na Gobhair
Peter Turner
Archibald Colquhoun
Archibald Davie, Inchfad
011 A name applied to a small hill on the South East corner of Inchlonaig and signifies the Goat's Hill.

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[Below entry for Cnoc na Goibhre:]
But it is more likely that the hill took
its name from being the resort of goats than
that it was one goat only.
See Remarks on Creag na Gabhair in sheet of remarks
on Rosneath parish

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