List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRIDGE OF OICH Bridge of Oich Mr McLeod
Mr McPherson
Mr D. Munro
068 This was originally a stone bridge of apparently 2 arches, but some years ago a portion was washed away and only one arch remains. The deficiency being made up by a wooden structure. It is situated immediately north of Fort Augustus and crossing the River Oich, near its junction with Loch Ness, and on the County road from Fort Augustus to Inverness.
TOM A' MHOID Tom a' Mhòid Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean
Mr H. McDonald
Mr A. McPherson
068 ; 083 This name signifies "The Court Hill" and is applied to an eminence situated a short distance South east of the farmhouse of Borlum so named from the supposition that Assemblies or Courts were held here. the property of a. J. Fraser Esq. of Abertarff. It is a natural feature.

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

Tom a' Mhòid - 83 Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixon's work

Bridge of Oich - It is a county bridge

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