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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT FEITH A' PHUILL Caochan na FĂ©ithe Fiathala Revd [Reverend] H MacKenzie
Mr J. MacKintosh
Mr J. Stuart
069 ; 070 a stream issuing from Loch Fiathail and running north westerly. It means Streamlet of the Calm Bog. It means Streamlet of the Calm Bog
ALLT DEARG Allt Dearg Revd [Reverend] H MacKenzie
Mr J. MacKintosh
Mr J. Stuart
070 a small stream rising about half a mile to the north east of Loch Fiathail and running south joins Glen MarKie Burn about four miles below its source it signifies The Red Burn.
GLENMARKIE BURN Glen MarKie Burn Revd [Reverend] H MacKenzie
Mr J. MacKintosh
Mr J. Stuart
069 ; 070 ; 085 A large stream rising about one and a half miles to the north east of Loch Fiathail and after running for a mile to the eastward turns abruptly to the west and joins

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County of InvernesS B. [Boleskine] & Avertarff

ALLT FEITH A' PHUILL [note] See name Book for Sheet 69. p. [page] 146. John T. Hoban C. asst [Civilian assistant] 6 Jany [January] 1871

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