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OS1/17/21/26

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DROCHAID BHLÀIR Drochaid Bhlàir
Drochaid Bhlàir
Drochaid Bhlàir
Mr. D McLean
Mr. D McMillan
Mr. D McLean
053 This name signifies "Bridge of the plain" and is applied to a stone bridge which crosses Allt Bhlàir near the third milestone from Invermoriston on the road through Glen Moriston.
CAOCHAN NA MUIC Caochan na Muic
Caochan na Muic
Caochan na Muic
Mr. D McLean
Mr. D McMillan
Mr. D McLean
053 A small mountain stream having its source about 40 chains south of Càrn na h-Iolaire and flowing in a south easterly direction through the wood called Coille Livishie until it joins the River Moriston about ½ a mile to the east of the junction of Allt Bhlàr with the above named River. Names signifies " Streamlet of the pig"

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston

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