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OS1/17/21/48

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLTAN GEODHACH Alltan Geodhach Mr D. Cameron
Mr J. Fraser
Mr J. Cameron
Mr D. Whyte
054 This name signifies "The Burn of the hollow Rocks" and is applied to a small stream flowing from the west end of Loch Bran in a westerly direction until it joins the River Foyers
TOM A' MHUILINN Tom a' Mhuilinn Mr D. Cameron
Mr J. Fraser
Mr J. Cameron
Mr D. Whyte
054 This name signifies "Knoll of the Mill" and is applied to a slightly elevated ridge situated south of Allt an Geodhach and immediately south of the Co [county] road from Whitebridge to Foyers. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly.

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

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