List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG A' BHEALAIDH Creag A' Bhealaidh Revd [Reverend] H. MacKenzie Moy
Mr James MacIntosh
Mr Donald MacBain
032 This Hill lies about half a mile to S. West [South West] of Tom-na-Moine and is four [or] five hundred feet higher it is covered with heath & juniper. [There] is a large limestone Quarry on its southern side which is now partly disused
Meaning the Broom hill.
CARN NA SEANNACHOILLE Càrn na Seannachoille Rev [Reverend] H MacKenzie
Mr James MacIntosh
Mr Donald MacBain
032 This hill is about the same height as Craig a'Bhealaidh and is the western extremity of the same range it is covered with heath and has a lime-stone Quarry and lime kiln on its westermb base.
Meaning Hill of the old Wo[?]
Carn Choire Sheilich Rev [Reverend] H. MacKenzie
Mr James MacIntosh
Mr Donald MacBain
32 An eminence or Bump lying North of Craig Bhealaidh and CArnSeannachoille it is a portion of both these hills with a small hollow intertwining
Meaning (Hill of the corry of the WIllows.

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 68
County of Inverness SHeet 32 Trace 5
Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

Transcriber's notes

This third entry was not pre-populated on the transcribing page.

[Written in pencil below the ink version] Coire Sheileach See pages 37 & 48

[Linked by a pencilled arrow to the entry] Close to Coire Seilach see page 65

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