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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CÀRN A' CHÙIL Càrn a' Chùil
Càrn a' Chùil
Càrn a' Chùil
Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie
Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
043 A small hill situated between Caochan Meadhonach and Caochan a'Chùil, it is covered with heathy pasture and it signifies the Hill of the Back
CAOCHAN A' CHÙIL Caochan 'a Chùil
Caochan 'a Chùil
Caochan 'a Chùil
Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
043 A stream having its source a short distance to the West of beinn Bhreac Mhòr and after running in a North-easterly direction it enters Caochan Meadhonach a short distance West of the confluence of Allt Feith Sgianair.
It signifies the streamlet of the Back

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County of Inverness Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

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