List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BONAGOUR'S CAVE Bonagour's Cave Mr J. Fraser, Foyers,
Mr Cameron, Glenlia,
Mr Fraser, Manader, Foyers
054 This name applies to a crevice in a mass of loose rock at the northern base of Càrn Dearg, there is just sufficient room for a man to stand up in it, here it is supposed that one of the Fraser's of Foyers hid himself after the battle of Culloden. So named on account of his wearing a Dun Bonnet. It is an Anglicised name and it is not known by any other name.
TOM A' BHEALAIDH Tom A' Bhealaidh Mr J. Fraser
Mr D. Cameron
Mr D. Whyte
054 A small rocky eminence situated east of the river Foyers and North of Allt an Geodhach, the property of F. Walker Esq. Name signifies "The Broom Knowe"

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