List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEANN AN TAIRBH Gleann an Tairbh Revd [Reverend] H. MacKenzie Manse Moy
Mr James MacIntosh Free Church School Tomatin
Mr Donald MacBain Game Keeper Corrybroughmore
033 A narrow Glen commencing at Allt Seilach and running along both sides of Allt an Tairbh to near its source at Càrn Leathan Meaning Glen of the Bull
ALLT AN TAIRBH Revd [Reverend] H. Mckenzie
Mr James MacIntosh
Mr Donald McBain
033 A small burn having its sou [source] a little to the North of Càrn [Leathan] and Running in a Western direction to it joins Allt L [ ] Near Glenkirk Meaning Burn of the Bull.
ALLT BRUACHAIG Allt Bruachaig Revd [Reverend] H. MacKenzie
Mr James MacIntosh
Mr Donald McBain
033 A pretty large burn having this name applied from the junction of Allt Loigste and Allt Squabach till it Joins the River Findhorn Near Correybroughmore it runs about half its length in a north western direction and then bends south west to it meets the River Findhorn Meaning Banky Burn

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County of Inverness Sheet 33/1
Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

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