List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT NA CEARDAICH Allt na Ceàrdaich Mr D. Fraser
Mr John Reid
Mr D. Stewart
069 ; 070 This stream rises about a mile to the north east of Càrn Ruigh na Creadha and flows in South westerly direction until it joins Garbh-bhac. Name signifies "The Smithy Burn"
LOCH KILLIN Loch Killin John Peters Esq. Factor
Mr D. Fraser
Mr J. Reid
069 A considerable loch situated immediately north of Killin Lodge and south of Gargie Lodge, it is partly the property of Lord Lovat and partly F. Walker Esq.
RIVER KILLIN River Killin Mr D. Fraser
Mr J. Reid
Mr D. Stewart
069 ; 070 A considerable mountain stream flowing from Loch na Larig in a North westerly direction until it joins Lock Killin. It is known by this name from the junction of Allt Odhar and Glenmarkie Burn

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