List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Gleann Seilach
Gleann Seilach
Rev. [Reverend] H. McKay, Manse, Moy
Mr James McIntosh, Free Church School, Tomatin,
Mr Donald Mc Bain, Gamekeeper Balnespie
022 ; 033 This is a small narrow glen, which lies on the East side of the river Findhorn, and distant about one mile from it. It is entirely covered with heather, and very marshy at its upper end. It opens into the glen through which Allt Bruachag runs and is about four miles long, by about half a mile wide, It means Glen of the Willow.
ALLT SEILEACH Rev. [Reverend] H. McKay, Moy
Mr James McIntosh,
Mr Donald Mc Bain,
022 ; 032 ; 033 This is a considerable sized hill stream, which rises in a flat Bog, at the head of Gleann Seileach through which it runs, For the first mile it runs in a Northern direction, when it turns abruptly south westwards for the rest of its length when [it] joins Allt Bruachaig. It means WIllow Burn

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County of Inverness
Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

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