List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Càrn Mairg
Càrn Mairg
Mr. D. Campbell
Revd. [Reverend] Neil Dewar
Mr. John Guthrie
086 On the junction of Bdy [Boundary] between the parishes of Kingussie & Insh, Moy & Dalarossie & Laggan. This hill is situated at the very head of Gleann a' Bhealaich, and a short distance to the north of Càrn Dearg It is the highest hill in this quarter snow being known to lie on it all year It is very rocky near the top on its eastern face It means Cairn of the mark
MEALL NA CEARDAICH Meall na Ceardaich
Meall na Ceardaich
Meall na Ceardaich
Revd [Reverend] Neil Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr J Guthrie
086 In Kingussie & Insh. This is a prominent hill very steep and rocky on its western side, and is situated near the head, but on the eastern side of Gleann a' Bhealaich. It is covered with rough pasture It means Carn of the Smithy

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County of Inverness ph [parish] Kingussie and Insh

Roman Print [Note under Càrn Mairg in List of Names Column]

Transcriber's notes

The first sentences of each of the transcribed descriptions have been taken from remarks under 'Situation' in the original document to provide more complete transcribed descriptions

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

George Baker