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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAOCHAN DUBH RUIGHE NA SRÒINE Caochan Dubh Ruigh na Sròine
Caochan Dubh Ruigh na Sròine
Caochan Dubh Ruigh na Sròine
Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie
Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
043 A stream having its source a short distance to the South West of Aonach Odhar it runs in a Southwestern direction and enters Glen Mazeran Burn a short distance North of Pluc Beag, its banks are studed with natural Birch wood and Juniper bushes.
It signifies the Black Streamlet of the Sheiling of the Nose or Point
CREAG A' BHEALAIDH Creag a' Bhealaidh
Creag a' Bhealaidh
Creag a' Bhealaidh
Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie
Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
043 A small rock situated about one half mile to the South East Aonach Odhar, it is covered with heathy pasture intermixed with Furze and it signifies the Rock of the Broom
AONACH ODHAR Aonach Odhar
Aonach Odhar
Aonach Odhar
Revd [Reverend] H. McKenzie Mr James Macintosh
Mr. James Rose
A hill situated about one mile to the North East of Carn Sgianair it is covered with heath pasture and it signifies the Dun Hill

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County of Inverness Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

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