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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SGÒRAN LIATH Sgòran Liath Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
043 A hill situated about one mile to the West of Carn na Sgianair it is covered with heath pasture and it signifies the Grey little Rock It is on the Boundary between the parishes of Moy and Dalarossie and Davish and Dunlichity.
CAOCHAN BEAG AN SGIANAIR Caochan Beag an Sgianair Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
043 A small stream having its source a short distance to the East of Sgoran Liath, and after running in an Easterly direction it enters Allt Feith an Sgianair about one half mile from its source.
Meaning obscure
ALLT FÈITH AN SGANAIR Allt Fèith an Sgianair Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
043 A stream having its source about one mile to the East of Sgoran Liath, it runs in a southeasterly direction it enters Glenmazeran Burn at its confluence with Caochan Madhonach.
Meaning obscure

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County of Inverness Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

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