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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT AN REIDHEAN Allt an Reidhean Rev. [Reverend]John McLean
Mr A. MacPherson
Mr H. McDonald
068 This name signifies " The burn of the grave or hollow" and is applied to a small mountain stream collecting on the moor south of, and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins the Allt Doe
GLEN DOE Glen Doe John Peters Esq.
Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean
Mr A. McPherson
Mr H. MacDonald
068 ; 083 This name applies to a wooded Glen extending along the water of Doe from near its source at Coire shellach, to the point at which this water joins Loch Ness in Glen Albyn the property of Lord Lovat

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

Allt an Reidhean - The remaining portion of this stream is in Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixon's Work.

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