List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEANN CURACHAN Glen Curachan John Peters Esq.
Mr A. McPherson
Mr H. McDonald
068 ; 069 ; 083 This name applies to a small glen being a continuation of Gleann Eun, along the stream called allt Gleann Eun to its source. The property of Lord Lovat
LOCH TARFF Loch Tarff John Peters Esq.
Mr A. McPherson
Mr H. McDonald
068 A large mountain loch situated south of Beinn a' Bhacaidh and immediately east of Murligan Hill. The property of Lord Lovat
MURLIGAN HILL Murligan Hill John Peters Esq. Factor, Beauly
Mr A. McPherson, Keeper Glendocbeg
Mr H. McDonald, Borlum Fortaugustus
068 A considerable rocky eminence situated between Loch Tarff and Loch Ness. The whole being the property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly.

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

GLEANN CURACHAN - See Name Book of 6 inch sheet 83 of Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixon's Work for this conection. [connection]

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