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OS1/17/21/92

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' CHOIRE GHLAIS Allt a' Choire Ghlais Mr A. McGillivaray
Mr D. McGillivaray
055 A small mountain stream collecting in Coire Glas, and flowing in south-westerly direction until it joins Aberchalder Burn. Name signifies "burn of the Grey Corry"
CARN LEITIR Càrn Leitir Mr A. McGillivaray, Aberchalder
Mr D. McGillivaray
Mr James Muir Newton
055 This name signifies "Cairn of the Side of the Hill" and is applied to a ridge situated on the south east side of Coinan Gleann. The property of Neil Jno [John] McGillivaray Esq. of Dunmaglass
GLEANN CHOINEIN Gleann Choinein Mr John Fraser, Keeper, Corriegarth.
Mr D. Stewart.
Mr A. McGillivaray.
Mr James Muir.
042 ; 055 This name signifies "The Rabbits or Coney's Glen" and is applied to a rocky hollow between Creadg Coinan Gleann and Càrn Leiter. the property of N. Jno [John] McGillivaray Esq.

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