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OS1/17/21/148

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARN RUIGH NA CREADHA Càrn Ruigh na Creadha Mr John Reid
Mr D. Stewart
Mr D. Fraser.
069 A small eminence situated a mile north east of Garragie Lodge. The property of F. Walker Esq. Name signifies "The Cairn of the Clay Shieling"
GARRAGIE LODGE Garragie Lodge Mr P. McDonnell
Mr J. Muir
Mr Cameron Post Master
069 A two storey house slated and in good repair used as a shooting lodge. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho [House] Inverness.
GARBH-BHAC Garbh-Bhac Mr John Reid
Mr D. Stewart
This stream is formed by the junction of Marknie Burn and Allt Feith a Phuill, it then flows in a north westerly direction until it joins the River Fechlin immediately below Garragie Lodge. Name signifies "Rough Water"

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 148
County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

Transcriber's notes

Garbh-Bhac - In accordance with the information given in the 'situation' column, I have changed the name from Allt Fah Foile to Allt Feith a Phuill.

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