List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAOCHAN A' BHEALAICH Caochan A' Bhealaich Revd [Reverend] H MacKenzie Manse Moy
Mr James MacIntosh Free Ch [Church] School Tomatin
Mr Donald MacBain Game Keeper Correybroughmore
033 A small tributary of Allt Squabach it ha [has its] source near Lochan Odh[?-- and runs in a North Easterly direction Meaning Streamlet [--] the Po[--]
LOCHAN ODHAR Lochan Odhar Revd [Reverend] H MacKenzie
Mr James MacIntosh
Mr Donald MacBain
033 A small loch situated n [near] the County boundary between Inverness-shire and Elginshire Meaning Dun Little Loch
ALLT NA FEITHE SHEILICH Allt na Feithe Sheilich Revd [Reverend] H MacKenzie
Mr James MacIntosh
Mr Donald MacBain
033 A small burn having its [source] on the Northern side of Càrn Nam Bain tighrearna and running in a Northern direction for about half its [length] then turning westward till it forms Allt a Choire Mhoir Meaning Burn of the Willow Boy

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[Page] 48
County of Inverness Sheet 33/4
Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
[Pencil alterations to Feithe Sheilich] Feithe Seillich or Feithe Sheileach
This very likely is correct the plural form of seileach being the natural sense See Tom Seileach p. [page] 39 see also p [pages] 37 93 &c
Ssould be a compound word especially when governes by another noun
See Fowler's Grammar

See pages 65 68 & 93 37,39
See Caochan Feithe Sheilack page 27 of Name book No [number] 2 for Plan 57

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I have made an attempt at presenting the pencil notes, in the Continued entries/ extra information section.

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