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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT CARNACH Allt Càrnach Mr D. Fraser
Mr D. Stewart
069 A small stream collecting about 20 chains South of Killin Lodge and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins Loch Killin. Name signifies "The Rocky Burn"
CAOCHAN SNEACHDACH Caochan Sneachdach Mr D. Fraser
Mr D. Stewart
069 This stream collects on the south side of Càrn Dubh and flows in an easterly direction until it joins Allt Càrnach immediately south of Killin Lodge. Name signifies "The Snowy Streamlet"
COIRE CUMHANG Coire Cumhang Mr D. Fraser
Mr D. Stewart
This name signifies "The Narrow Corry" And is applied to a small rocky corry or hollow immediately west of killin Lodge.

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County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

[Date and signature] -- A.B. Coddington - Liut. [Lieutenant] RE [Royal Engineers] - 22 Feb [February] 1871

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