Inverness-shire Mainland volume 21

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
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OS1/17/21/1A DORES Dores (Det. No.) [Detached] Alexander MacDonald, Killin Alexander Campbell, Glenmarkie Cap. [Captain] John Fraser, Farraline. John Peter, Factor, Beauly. 069 ; 070 ; 085 A portion of Dores Parish Detached from the Parish proper, and locally situated in the Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff about ¼ mile east of Killin Lodge. It is bounded on the south by Glenmarkie Burn, and on the North by Loch Killin and a wire fence extending therefrom to the watershed together with a small stream Bheith Oig falling into Glenmarkie Burn forms its eastern boundary. It is entirely moorland and the property of the Right Hon. [Honourable] Lord Lovat.
OS1/17/21/1A [Page] 1a Sheets 69. 70 & 85 Inverness-shire -- Parish of Dores (Det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/1B ALLT A' BHEITH OIG Allt a' Bheith Oig Alexander Macdonald Killin Alexander Campbell. Glenmarkie 085 "Stream of the young birch" A small Stream rising ½ a mile South east of Coire Glas flowing Southward until it enters Glenmarkie Burn, it forms the [?????] of Dores Parish (Det) [Detached] the [?????] its course.
OS1/17/21/1B ALLT A CHOIRE GHLAISE Allt a' Choire Ghlaise Alexander Macdonald Killin Alexander Campbell. Glenmarkie 070 "Stream of the Grey Corrie" A small stream rising in Creag a' Phuill flowing south westward into River Killin
OS1/17/21/1B COIRE GLAS Coire Glas Alexander Macdonald Killin Alexander Campbell. Glenmarkie 070 "Grey Hollow" a small hollow on Creag a' Phuill at the source of Allt a' Choire Ghlaise
OS1/17/21/1B [Page] 1b Sheet 70 Inverness-shire -- Parish Dores (Det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/1B Allt a' Bheith Oig - unable to transcribe 2 word is description remarks - page marked/stained.
OS1/17/21/1C BOLESKINE AND ABERTARFF [Parish] Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Boleskine and Abertarf Boleskine Boleskine Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre Boleskine Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Lean Errogie Mr Stewart schoolmaster Boleskine Mr J. Fraser, Foyers New Statistical Account County Phillips’ County Atlas Fullarton's Gazette of Scotland Sheriff's List of Parishes Registrar's Returns for 1862 Old Statistical Account Oliver Boyd's Almanac Ainslies Map of Scotland 1789 These two parishes were united about 1570, but in 1676 were disjoined and Abertarff was Ecclesiastically united to Glenmoriston, but the Civil Sanction was not obtained, and therefore Abertarff was again annexed to Boleskine about the year 1688. It is bounded on the north west by Urquhart & Glenmoriston on the north and north east by Loch Ness and the parish of Dores and on the East by Daviot & Dunlichity and Kingussie & Moy. There is a detached portion of this parish between the parish of Dores & Daviot & Dunlichity, Co. [County] Nairn, and again there is a detached portion of Dores in the centre of Boleskine, which includes White Bridge and the shootings of Dell. The principal proprietors are Lord Lovat, J. M. Grant of Glenmoriston, Fraser of Abertarff and F. Walker Esq. of Foyers. This parish is in the Presbytery of Abertarff, Synod of Glenelg
OS1/17/21/1C [Page] 1c County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/2 GENERAL WADE'S MILITARY ROAD General Wade's Military Road Mr McDonnell Road Contractor White Bridge. Mr Madison, farmer Kindrummond Mr J Fraser, Foyers Mr H MacDonald, Fort Augustus Mr J Campbell, Dalchapple various This road was made under the direction of General Wade, during the military occupation of the Country, for the easier transport of Troops and provisions from one garrison to another, there are three roads branching from Fort Augustus, one leading to Fort George, by White Bridge, Foyers, Dores, & through Inverness & another in a southerly direction to Fort William, also one to the West Coast opposite Skye by Loch Clunie at the head of Glenmoriston, these roads are now kept in repair by the county, with the exception of the one from Fort Augustus to the West Coast.
OS1/17/21/2 [page] 2 County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/3 ALLT BHLÀIR Allt Bhlàir Allt Bhlàir Allt Bhlàir Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This stream flows out of Loch Liath in a south easterly direction until it joins the River Moriston near Drochaid Bhlair. Name signifies " Burn of the plain"
OS1/17/21/3 LOCHAN AN RUIGH DHUIBH Lochan an Ruighe Dhuibh Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A considerable mountain lake situated immediately north of Carn an Ruighe Dhuibh, the property of James Murray Grant esq of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "The small loch of the Black Run".
OS1/17/21/3 [page] 3 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Allt Bhlàraidh [note] Altered by authority of Mr. MacKay, Inverness. See Remark in Index. 4.2.95.
OS1/17/21/4 ALLT LOCH NA CRÌCHE Allt Loch na Crìche Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This stream flows out of the south east side of Loch na Crìche, it then flows in a south easterly direction until it joins Allt Bhlair Name signifies " Burn of the Boundary Loch".
OS1/17/21/4 CARN AN T-SEANA-BHLÀIR Càrn an t-Seanna-bhlàir Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 053 A small rocky hill situated between Allt Bhlair and Allt Loch na Crìche . The property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston. The name signifies "The Old Plain Cairn"
OS1/17/21/4 [Page] 4 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/5 LOCH NA FEANNAIG Loch na Feannaig Loch na Feannaig Loch na Feannaig Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small mountain lake situated in An Slochd Dubh and about 20 chains east of Loch an Dubhain. Name signifies "Loch of the Hooded Crow or Raven".
OS1/17/21/5 CÀRN CHOIRE RAINICH Càrn Choire Rainich Mr. D. McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies "The Cairn of the Bracken hollow," and is applied to a small rocky hillock situate north of An Slochd Dubh and South east from Loch Liath. It is the property of James Murray Grant esq. of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/5 [Page] 5 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Càrn Choire Rainich [note] ]See p. 6 & 16. See page 5 N.B. [Name Book] for sheet 40 Referred to the local Authorities & corrected accordingly
OS1/17/21/6 LOCH LIÁTH Loch Liath Loch Liath Loch Liath Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 053 A small mountain lake situated about 20 chains north west from Càrn Choire Roinnich. Name Signifies " The Grey Lake"
OS1/17/21/6 ALLT CÀRN CHOIRE RAINICH Allt Càrn Coire Rainnich Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 053 This name signifies "The Burn of the Cairn of the Bracken hollow". and is applied to a small mountain stream having its source immediately North of Càrn Choire Roinnich and flowing in a southerly direction until it joins the stream which connects Loch na Feannaig with Loch a' Mheig.
OS1/17/21/6 [Page] 6 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Loch Liath [note] on 40 Allt Carn Coire Rainnich [note] see page 5 Referred to the local Authorities and corrected accordingly
OS1/17/21/7 CÀRN LOCH A' BHOTHAIN Càrn a' Mheallain Odhair Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 053 A small rocky hillock, situated about 40 chains east of Allt Loch via Crìche. The property of J Murray Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston. Name signifies " Cairn of the Dun hill".
OS1/17/21/7 CÀRN A' MHEALLAIN ODHAIR Càrn Loch a' Bhothain Mr. D McLean, Forester Invermoriston Mr. D McMillan Keeper Alltsigh Mr. D McLean schoolmaster Invermoriston 053 A slight eminence situated about ½ mile to the east of Loch na Crìche, the property of James Murray Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston. name signifies, "The Carn of the Lake of the Bothy".
OS1/17/21/7 [Page] 7 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Càrn Loch a' Bhothain [note] on sheet 40
OS1/17/21/8 MEALL NAN EILID Meall nan Eilid Meall nan Eilid Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 053 This name signifies "The hill of the Hinds" and is applied to a Considerable eminence, situated immediately south of Loch na Crìche, the property of J Murray Grant esq. of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/8 ALLT RÉIDH UISDEIN Allt Réidh Uisdein Allt Réidh Uisdein Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name applies to a small stream, having its source about 30 chains west of Loch na Crìche, It then flows in a South direction until it joins Allt Bhlair Name signifies " The Burn of Hugh's Flat".
OS1/17/21/8 [Page] 8 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/9 Supposed OLD BURIAL GROUND [Alit Loch na Criche] Supposed Old Burial Ground Rev [Reverend] A Gair Mr. J Campbell Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan 053 This is a flat piece of land on the west bank of the stream called Allt Loch na Crìche. there are to be seen several rough thin slabs of stone lying flat on the ground, nearly overgrown with grass and heather, these stones are about 3 feet in length 18 inches or a foot in width and from two to four inches in thickness, the spot has been visited by several persons, by whom it is suppose to have been a family burial place.
OS1/17/21/9 [Page] 9 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/10 LOCH NA CRÌCHE Loch na Crìche Loch na Crìche Loch na Crìche Donald Maclean, Forester, Glenmoriston. Donald McMillan, Keeper. Mr D McLean Schoolmaster, Invermoriston. 040 ; 053 A considerable loch situated about 30 chains south East of Meall na Crìche Named signifies The Boundary Loch.
OS1/17/21/10 [Page] 10 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Invermoriston Forest [note] Name cancelled. Please see memo from Col. [Colonel] Cameron C.B. R.E. [Royal Engineers] dated 26th Sept. [September] 1869. with Maj. [Major] Gen. [General] Sir H. James' decision on writing Deer Forest, on the Ordnance Survey Plans of Scotland. John T Hoban Capt. [Captain] 3rd January 1871 Loch na Crìche [note] on 40
OS1/17/21/11 LIVISHIE Livishie Livishie Livishie Mr. D McLean Mr. J. Campbell: postmaster Mr McLean, schoolmaster 053 A small farmhouse, outhouses and a few cottages, all one story high. The property of J M Grant Esq. Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/11 LIVISHIE COTTAGE Livishie Cottage Mr. D McLean Mr. J. Campbell Mr. McLean 053 This name applies to a two-storey house slated and in good repair. The property of J M Grant Esq.
OS1/17/21/11 LIVISHIE BURN Livishie Burn Mr. D McLean Mr. J. Campbell Mr. D McLean 053 A mountain stream collecting on the south side of Càrn an Tuairneir and flowing in a south easterly direction until it joins the River Moriston about 7 chains South of Livishie farmhouse.
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OS1/17/21/12 CÀRN NA H-IOLAIRE Càrn na h-Iolaire Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A rocky eminence situated immediately to the west of Bealach an Aodaich, the property of J M Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston. Name signifies " the Eagles Cairn"
OS1/17/21/12 ALLT CEANN AN ACHAIDH Allt Ceann an Achaidh Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies " The burn of the field head" and is applied to a mountain stream, which collects in Bealach an Aodaich and flows in a south easterly direction until it joins the River Moriston at Drochaid Ceann an Achaidh
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OS1/17/21/13 AN SLOCHD DUBH An Slochd Dubh Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A considerable hollow or valley situated between Càrn an Tuairneir and Càrn Tarsuinn Beag & Càrn Choire Roinnich. The property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston, name signifies " The Black hollow"
OS1/17/21/13 LOCH AN DUBHAIR Loch an Dubhair Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small mountain lake forming one of a series of lakes connected by small streams, it is situated in An Slochd Dubh. Name signifies " The Black Lake"
OS1/17/21/13 [Page] 13 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Loch an Dubhair [note] Loch of the shadow or darkness
OS1/17/21/14 CÀRN AN RUIGHE DHUIBH Càrn an Ruighe Dhuibh Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small rocky hillock situated immediately south of Lochan an Ruighe Dhuibh, the property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "The Cairn of the Black Run"
OS1/17/21/14 CÀRN TARSUINN BEAG Càrn Tarsuinn Beag Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small rocky eminence situated to the North West of An Sloch a Dubh, the property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "Small Cross Cairn"
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OS1/17/21/15 CÀRN AN TUAIRNEIR Càrn an Tuairneir Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 The name signifies "the Turners Cairn" and is applied to a rocky ridge situated immediately south of An Slochd Dubh, the property of James Murray Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/15 BEALACH AN AODAICH Bealach an Aodaich Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name is applied to a small hollow or pass between Càrn an Tuairnein and Càrn na h-Lolaire. It is the property of J. M. Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston. Name signifies " Pass of the Cloth"
OS1/17/21/15 [Page] 15 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/16 COIRE RAINEACH Coire Raineach Coire Raineach Coire Raineach Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 053 This name applies to a small hollow situated between Càrn a' Choire Leith and Cairn Choire Roinnich and through which runs the stream called Allt Càrn Choire Roinnich, Name Signifies " the Bracken hollow"
OS1/17/21/16 CÀRN A' CHOIRE LÉITH Càrn a' Choire Leith Càrn a' Choire Leith Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 053 A rocky eminence situated between Coire Roinneach and Coire Liath, the property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston, Name Signifies " Cairn of the Grey Hollow"
OS1/17/21/16 [Page] 16 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Coire Raineach [note] see pages 5 & 6. Referred to the local Authorities and corrected accordingly
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OS1/17/21/17 BEINN SHLEAMHAINN Beinn Shleamhainn Beinn Shleamhainn Beinn Shleamhainn Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies " The Slipping Hill" and is applied to a rocky hill situated about ½ a mile north of Achnaconeran. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/17 ALLT NA CRÌCHE Allt na Crìche Allt na Crìche Allt na Crìche Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small stream collecting between Càrn Mòr and Beinn Shleamhainn and flowing in a south westerly direction until it joins the River Moriston near Drochaid nam Buachaillean. Name signifies " The Boundary Burn"
OS1/17/21/17 ACHNACONERAN Achnaconeran Achnaconeran Achnaconeran Mr. D McLean Mr. J Campbell Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name is anglicised, and is applied to a number of small croft houses and crofts or holdings. The property of J. Murray Grant esq. of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/17 [Page] 17 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/18 MEALL DOIRE BHRATH Meall Doire Bhrath Meall Doire Bhrath Meall Doire Bhrath Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies " The Hillock of the Grove of the Quern or handmill" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated about 60 chains North West of Creag nan Eun. The property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston. Immediately to the east of this hill on a flat piece of moreland is the supposed site of a conflict between the McDonalds of Glengarry and the Mackenzies of Ross-shire, which happened in the 17th-century. The cause of the affray is attributed to the firing of a church near Beauley by the McDonalds
OS1/17/21/18 Supposed Site of CONFLICT between the Macdonalds of Glengarry and the Mackenzies of Ross-shire A.D. 1700 [Meall Doire Bhrath] Supposed Site of CONFLICT between the Macdonalds of Glengarry and the Mackenzies of Ross-shire A.D. 1700 Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 053 This name signifies " The Hillock of the Grove of the Quern or handmill" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated about ten chains North West of Creag nan Eun. The property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston. Immediately to the east of this hill on a flat piece of moreland is the supposedly site of a conflict between the McDonald's of Glengarry and the Mackenzies of Ross-shire, which happened in the 17th-century. The cause of the affray is attributed to the firing of a church near Beauley by the McDonald's
OS1/17/21/18 [Page] 18 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/19 LOCH A' MHEIG Loch a' Mheig Loch a' Mheig Loch a' Mheig Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 aAsmall mountain lake situated about 30 chains north of Càrn Mòr and out of which flows Allt na Saigheid Name Signifies " The Whey Lake"
OS1/17/21/19 CÀRN MÒR Càrn Mòr Càrn Mòr Càrn Mòr Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies, " Big Cairn" and is supplied to a rocky eminence situated about 30 chains south of Loch a' Mheig and to the west of Beinn Shleamhainn. It is the property of J Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/19 [Page] 19 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/20 ALLT NAN GOBHAR Allt nan Gobhar Allt nan Gobhar Allt nan Gobhar Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 041 ; 053 A mountain stream collecting on a bleak moor about 30 chains east of Allt Loch nan Sionnach, and flowing in a southerly direction until it joins Allt na Saigheid. The name signifies "The Goat's burn"
OS1/17/21/20 ALLT NAN SAIGHEAD Allt nan Saighead Allt nan Saighead Allt nan Saighead Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 ; 054 A Rough rocky stream flowing out of Loch a' Mheig in an easterly direction until it joins Loch Ness near a keeper's house called Alltsigh name signifies " The burn of the Arrows"
OS1/17/21/20 [Page] 20 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/21 COIRE LIATH Coire Liath Coire Liath Coire Liath Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small hollow situated immediately to the east of Càrn a' Choire Leith, and through which the burn called Allt a' Choire Leith flows, name signifies "Grey hollow"
OS1/17/21/21 ALLT RUADH Allt Ruadh Allt Ruadh Allt Ruadh Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 053 This name signifies "The Red Burn" and is applied to a small mountain stream collecting on a bleak moor, north of Càrn na Caorach; and flowing in a southerly direction until it joins Allt na Saighead about 10 chains east of Loch a' Mheig
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OS1/17/21/22 CÀRN NA CAORACH Càrn na Caorach Càrn na Caorach Càrn na Caorach Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small rocky hill situated north of Allt na Saighead, and between the streams called Allt Ruadh and Allt nan Sionnach. The property of the Earl of Seafield. Name Signifies "The Sheep's Cairn"
OS1/17/21/22 ALLT LOCH AN T-SIONNAICH Allt Loch an t-Sionnaich Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 040 ; 053 A considerable mountain stream flowing from Loch nan Sionnach in a south westerly direction until it joins Allt na Saigheid. Names signifies "Burn of the Loch of the Fox"
OS1/17/21/22 [Page] 22 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/23 COILLE BHLÀIR Coille Bhlàir Coille Bhlàir Coille Bhlàir Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 053 This name signifies, "Wood of the Plain" and is applied to a Birch wood, situated on the northern bank of the River Moriston, and between the two streams called Allt Bhlair and Allt Eiric. The property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/23 COILLE BHLÀRAIDH [1895] 053 Altered by authority of Mr MacKay, Inverness. See remark in index 4.2.95
OS1/17/21/23 DROCHAID EIRIC Drochaid Eiric Drochaid Eiric Drochaid Eiric Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 053 This name signifies "Heniriitta's Bridge" and is applied to a stone bridge crossing the stream called Allt Eiric, about 4 miles west of Invermoriston, on the county road through Glenmoriston. It is a county Bridge
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OS1/17/21/24 MEALL NA FÀICHE Meall na Fàiche Meall na Fàiche Meall na Fàiche Mr D. McLean, Forester, Invermoriston. Mr D. McMillan, Keeper, Allltsigh. Mr D. McLean, Schoolmaster, Invermoriston. 052 ; 053 A considerable ridge covered with heathy Pasture situated immediately to the west of Allt Bhlàir. The property of J Murray Grant esq. of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "The hill of the green"
OS1/17/21/24 LOCH A' BHAINNE Loch a' Bhainne Loch a' Bhainne Loch a' Bhainne Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small mountain Loch situated immediately north of Creag Loch a' Bhainne. "Name signifies "The Milk Lake"
OS1/17/21/24 CREAG LOCH A' BHAINNE Creag Loch a' Bhainne Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small rocky hill with its southern slope partially covered with wood, it is situated immediately south of Loch a' Bhainne and the property of J. M. Grant Esq. Name signifies "the rock of the Milk Lake".
OS1/17/21/24 [Page] 24 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Meall na Fàiche [note] accent not required
OS1/17/21/25 ALLT A' GHADAICHE Allt a' Ghadaiche Allt a' Ghadaiche Allt a' Ghadaiche Allt a' Ghadaiche Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean Mr. A Fraser, keeper. Portclair 053 ; 068 A small stream having its source a short distance north west of Carn nan Dubh Lochan and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins the River Moriston immediately opposite the fourth milestone from Invermoriston. This stream forms the Boundary between the parishes of Urquhart & Glenmoriston and Boleskine & Aberfarff also between the Deer Forests of Portclair the property of Lord Lovat, and Inverwick the property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston.
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OS1/17/21/26 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.
OS1/17/21/26 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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OS1/17/21/27 RIVER MORISTON River Moriston River Moriston River Moriston River Moriston Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean Mr. A Fraser 053 ; 065 ; 066 ; 067 ; 068 A considerable river flowing from Loch Cluny through Glenn Moriston in a north easterly direction for about 12 miles when it joins Loch Ness about 20 chains south east of Invermoriston House.
OS1/17/21/27 CREAG EAS A' CHÀTHA Creag East a' Chàtha Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies "Rock of the Fight of the Waterfall" and is applied to a small rocky eminence situated between Allt Ceann an Achaidh and Creag an Fheadain. the property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/27 [Page] 27 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston River Moriston [note] this name will be written centrical upon completion of the adjoining plan Creag East a' Chàtha [note] accent not required it would mislead.
OS1/17/21/28 DROCHAID CEANN AN ACHAIDH Drochaid Ceann an Achaidh Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies "The Bridge of the field head" and is applied to stone bridge over the stream called Allt Ceann an Achaidh on the County road through Glen Moriston. This is a County Bridge.
OS1/17/21/28 AN TÙR An Tùr An Tùr An Tùr Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small rocky hillock situated on the north bank of the River Moriston and immediately to the east of Allt Ceann an Achaidh. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Name signifies " The Tower"
OS1/17/21/28 DROCHAID NAM BUACHAILLEAN Drochaid nam Buachaillean Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies " The Herds bridge" and is applied to a stone bridge which spans the stream called Allt na Crìche, situated one mile from Invermoriston on the county road through Glenn Moriston. This is a County Bridge.
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OS1/17/21/29 GLEN MORISTON Glen Moriston Glen Moriston Glen Moriston Glen Moriston Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean Mr. A Fraser 053 ; 065 ; 066 ; 067 ; 068 A considerable Glen or Valley extending from the western shore of Loch Ness in a South Westerly direction to the county boundary at Loch Cluny, a distance of about 15 miles. The hills on both sides for a considerable distance from Invermoriston are covered nearly to the summit with natural birch, fir and other woods. It varies in breadth from a ¼ to 1 mile. The property of James Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/29 [Page] 29 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Glen Moriston - This name will be written centrical upon the completion of the adjoining plans
OS1/17/21/30 COILLE LIVISHIE Coille Livishie Coille Livishie Coille Livishie Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name is partly Anglicised and signifies Livishie Wood, and is applied to a Birch Wood situated on the northern bank of the River Moriston and between the streams called Allt Bhlàir and Allt Ceann an Achaidh the property of J Murray Grant Esq. of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/30 CREAG AN FHEADAIN Creag an Fheadain Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies "Rock of the Pipe". And is applied to a small rocky eminence situated immediately to the west of the Creag Eas a" Chatha.
OS1/17/21/30 [Page] 30 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/31 DALCATAIG Dalcataig Dalcataig Dalcataig Dalcattaig Mr. D. Morrison, Tenant. Mr. A. Fraser. Mr. Fraser Dalcataig Pier County Valuation Roll 1868-69 053 A two storey farmhouse, slated and in good repair, with outbuildings, occupied by D. Morrison and the property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly
OS1/17/21/31 DÙN EUN Duneun Duneun Duneun Mr. D Morrison Mr. A Fraser Mr. D McLean 053 A small rocky hillock situated on the south bank of the River Moriston and immediately to the west of Allt Coire an Daim. Name signifies, "Birds hillock.
OS1/17/21/31 ALLT COIRE AN DAIM Allt Coire an Daim Mr. D Morrison Mr. A Fraser Mr. D McLean 053 A small stream collecting in Coire an Daim and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins the River Moriston immediately to the north of Duneun. Name signifies "Burn of the Hollow of the Dam or Reservoir"
OS1/17/21/31 [Page] 31 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskin & Abertarf Dùn Eun [note] Name correct to agree with suggestion acc [accessed] from Capt. [Captain] Parsons RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/21/32 COIRE AN DAIM Coire an Daim Coire an Daim Coire an Daim Mr A Fraser Mr D McLean Mr Fraser 053 A rocky hollow in which collects the stream called Allt Coire an Daim, it is situated immediately south of Coille na Feinn. Name signifies "Hollow of the Dam or Reservoir".
OS1/17/21/32 COILLE NA FEINNE Coille na Feinne Coille na Feinne Coille na Feinne Mr. A Fraser Mr. D McLean Mr. Fraser 053 A considerable wood consisting of birch and fir, situated on the south bank of the River Moriston. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Fingal's Wood"
OS1/17/21/32 ALLT RUIGHE DOILLEIRICH Allt Ruighe Doilleirich Mr. A Fraser Mr. D McLean Mr. Fraser 053 ; 068 A small stream collecting on the northerns slope of Burach, and flowing in a north-westerly direction through Coille na Feinne, until it joins the River Moriston, name signifies "Burn of the Dark Sheiling"
OS1/17/21/32 [Page] 32 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskin & Abertarf
OS1/17/21/33 ST COLUMBA'S WELL St Columba's Well Rev [Reverend] A Gair Mr. J. Campbell Mr. D McLean Mr. D Hossack 053 A small well situated about 5 chains south of Invermoriston Inn, some years ago it was cleaned out, and a stone slab erected near it by the late proprietor, this slab is without any inscription. There is very little known respecting the origin of the name, but it is supposed that St Columbus during his travels in this country used water from this well for consecrating, and in other religious rites and ceremonies.
OS1/17/21/33 [Page] 33 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/34 CLACHAN AN INBHIR Clachan an Inbhir Rev. [Reverend] Alexander Gair Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies "Burying place of the Confluence of Water" and is applied to a burying place situated at the mouth of Glen Moriston, and about 20 chains west of Invermoriston house. It is supposed to have been consecrated by St Columbus with water taken from the well called after his name and which is situated about 10 chains to the West. It is used as a burying place for the inhabitants living in the lower portion of the Valley.
OS1/17/21/34 [Page] 34 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/35 CREAG NAN EUN Creag nan Eun Creag nan Eun Creag nan Eun Creag nan Eun Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean Mr. J Campbell 053 ; 054 A very conspicuous and rocky eminence situated on the west shore of Loch Ness and about 1 mile north east of Invermoriston House. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston Name signifies "Bird's Rock" Rock of the Birds
OS1/17/21/35 ALLT COINNEAG Allt Coinneag Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies "Burn of the Wild Bees nest", and is applied to a small mountain stream, which collect immediately south of Meall Doire Bhrath and flows in a southerly direction until it joins the River Moriston at its junction with Loch Ness.
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OS1/17/21/36 CROIT AN TÀILLEIR Croit an Tàilleir Croit an Tàilleir Croit an Tàilleir Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A two-storey house, slated and in good repair, situated about 15 Chains north east of Invermoriston Inn. The property of J. M. Grant Esq.
OS1/17/21/36 INVERMORISTON HOUSE Invermoriston House Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A three-storey mansion house pleasantly situated at the mouth of Glen Moriston and over looking Loch Ness, the offices are situated about ¼ mile to the east of the Mansion house and were after the battle of Culloden used as a factory by Government the property of James Murray Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/36 [Page] 36 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/37 DALCATAIG PIER (Wooden) Dalcataig Pier (Wooden) Mr. J. Fraser, tenant. Mr. A. Fraser. Mr. J. Campbell. Mr. D. Morrison 053 A wooden erection on the west shore of Loch Ness, and about 20 chains south of the mouth of the river Moriston, it was built for the accommodation of steamers which ply between Inverness & Glasgow; by the Steam Boat Company it is called Invermoriston on account of its being at the mouth of the Glen Moriston, but by the proprietor Dalcataig. it is in the occupation of Mr. J. Fraser who is licensed to sell Beer, Ale, & Porter and the property of Lord Lovat.
OS1/17/21/37 [Page] 37 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskin & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/38 ROINN INBHIR Roinn Inbhir Mr. J. Fraser Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. McLean 053 This name signifies "Point of the confluence of river of waters and is applied to a point or promitory on the south side of the River Moriston at its junction with Loch Ness.
OS1/17/21/38 ALLT GILLE BHIORA Allt Gille Bhiora Mr D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. D McLean 053 A small mountain stream having its source about 50 chains North East of the small Clachan of Achnaconeran, and flowing in a southerly direction until it joins the River Moriston a short distance west of the Post Office. Name signifies "The Skit Boys burn".
OS1/17/21/38 [Page] 38 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/39 CREAG BHÀN Creag Bhàn Creag Bhàn Creag Bhàn Creag Bhàn Mr. A. Fraser Mr. J. Campbell Mr. D. McLean Mr. D. McMillan 053 This name signifies "White Rock" and is applied to a conspicuous rock situated about 50 chains North West of Sròn na Muic.
OS1/17/21/39 SRÒN NA MUIC Sròn na Muic Sròn na Muic Sròn na Muic Sròn na Muic Mr. A. Fraser Mr. J. Campbell Mr. D. McLean Mr. D. McMillan 053 This name applies to a very prominent Craig, overlooking Loch Ness, and is situated about ¾ of a mile to the South West of the mouth of the River Moriston. Name signifies "Pigs Nose".
OS1/17/21/39 ROINN BHÀN Roinn Bhàn Roinn Bhàn Roinn Bhàn Roinn Bhàn Mr. A Fraser Mr. J Campbell Mr. Fraser Mr. D McLean 053 This name signifies "White Point" and is applied to a point on the west shore of Loch Ness, situated about 30 chains south of Dalcataig Pier
OS1/17/21/39 [Page] 39 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskin & Abertarf
OS1/17/21/40 ALLT CHOIRE CHATS Allt Choire Chais Allt Choire Chais Allt Choire Chais Mr. A Fraser Mr. D McLean Mr. Fraser 053 A small mountain stream having its source in Coire Càs and flowing in a north westerly direction until it joins the River Moriston. Name signifies "Burn of the Steep Hollow".
OS1/17/21/40 COIRE CÀS Coire Càs Coire Càs Coire Càs Mr. A Fraser Mr. D McLean Mr. D. McMillan 053 This name signifies "Steep Hollow" and is applied to a hollow between Coille na Feinne and Burach.
OS1/17/21/40 CREAG BHACHAN Creag Bhachan Mr. A Fraser Mr. D McLean Mr. D McMillan Mr. J Campbell Postmaster 053 This name applies to a prominent rock situated about 20 chains south of Dalcataig. Name signifies "Projecting or bulging Rock".
OS1/17/21/40 [Page] 40 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskin & Abertarf
OS1/17/21/41 MISSION CHURCH [Invermoriston] Mission Church Mission Church Mission Church Mission Church Rev. [Reverend] A Gair Mr. D McLean Mr. J Campbell Mr. D Hossack 053 A small two-storey building the lower portion being used as the church and the upper as dwelling for the Minister, seated for 120, average attendance 50, It is a Mission church belonging to and under the jurisdiction of the established church, and supported by Royal Bounty. Rev. [Reverend] Alexander Gair, Minister.
OS1/17/21/41 POST OFFICE [Invermoriston] Post Office Post Office Post Office Mr. J Campbell postmaster Mr. D McLean Mr. D Hossack Invermoriston Inn 053 A one-storey house slated and in good repair used as a branch office, from which letters are dispatched at 2 a.m. and received at 10.40 p.m.
OS1/17/21/41 [Page] 41 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/41 Mission Church - Sloped Roman Print
OS1/17/21/42 INVERMORISTON INN Invermoriston Inn Mr. D Hossack, tenant Mr. D McLean Mr. D McLean Mr. J. Fraser 053 A two-storey house, with coach-houses and stablery attached, occupied by Mr. D Hossack, who is licensed to let out post horses on hire. It is the property of J Murray Grant esq. of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/42 SCHOOL [Invermoriston] School Mr. D McLean Schoolmaster Rev. [Reverend] A. Gair Mr. J. Campbell 053 This is what is termed a side school, in connection with the Parish school, it is supported by the heritors an School Fees. Average number of scholars 50 of both sexes. In reply to remarks the Examiner states "that, "This is a parochial School, and the Heritors are obliged by law to support it.
OS1/17/21/42 [Page] 42 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/42A INVERMORISTON FOREST Invermoriston Forest Mr. J. Sinclair, Factor. Mr. D. McLean 040 ; 052 ; 053 ; 054 ; 064 This name applies to a Deer Forest extending from the junction of "Allt na Saighead" with Loch Ness, keeping the course of the said stream and "Allt Ruadh" to Carn na Fiacail the watershed, about 15 chains south of "Loch na Faoileige" passing over Càrn Tarsuinn to Meall na Ciche" thence to the junction of "Loch an Staea" with Allt Lochan Staea" , thence it follows the said stream to "Loch Liath", then sit follows a wire fence in a southerly direction for about two miles to "Allt Eirie", thence it follows the course of the said stream to its junction with the River Moriston, keeping the course of the said river to its junction with Loch Ness, keeping the side of the said Loch in northeasterly direction to the above named junction " Allt na Saighead". The property of J Murray Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/42A [Page] 42A County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/42B PORTCLAIR FOREST Portclair Forest Mr. John Peters, Factor. Mr. A. Fraser 053 ; 068 This name applies to a Deer Forest commencing at " Càrn nan Dubh" Lochan on sheet 68, taking a wire fence, following it to the junction with the stream Allt na Criche" and following it to its junction with Loch Ness keeping the side of the said Loch to the mouth of the River Moriston thence keeping the course of the said river to the junction of Allt a' Ghadaiche, thence keeping the parish boundary to the above named " Càrn nan Dubh". The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/42B [Page] 42B County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/43 GLENLIA Glenlia Mr. J. Cameron, Tenant. Mr. MacDonald, F. C. [Free Church] Schoolmaster, Errogie Mr. John Fraser, Foyers 054 One story farmhouse with suitable offices attached, the whole slated and in good repair. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho [House] Inverness.
OS1/17/21/43 UPPER FALL OF FOYERS Upper Fall of Foyers Mr. J. Cameron, Tenant. Mr. MacDonald, F. C. [Free Church] Schoolmaster, Errogie Mr. John Fraser, Foyers 054 Directly in front of the Upper Falls of Foyers there [continued on page 44]
OS1/17/21/43 [Page] 43 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Falls of Foyers [note] This name is cancelled and the respective name of each fall is now written to them. Upper Falls of Foyers [note] Altered as suggested by Captain Parsons RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/21/44 UPPER FALL OF FOYERS Upper Fall of Foyers Mr. J. Cameron, Tenant. Mr. MacDonald, F. C. [Free Church] Schoolmaster, Errogie Mr. John Fraser, Foyers 054 [Continued from Page 43] is the bridge of one arch thrown across the River from which travellers can view if in perfect security.
OS1/17/21/44 LOWER FALL OF FOYERS Lower Fall of Foyers Mr. J. Cameron Mr. J. Fraser Mr. A. McBean 054 There are different positions from which the Lower or principle Fall may be viewed to great advantage. One of the best is from the edge of the rock early opposite to it on the west side of the River, but it is believed that strangers are seldom directed to this spot.
OS1/17/21/44 GREEN POINT Green Point Mr. J. Cameron Mr. J. Fraser Mr. A. McBean 054 The more favourite view is from what is called the Green Point which fronts the body of water in its descent; it is a thin rock projecting forward beyond the Common Bank, covered with a green sward almost always saturated with the spray which ascends from the Fall, and which particularly when the wind blows from the North rises some hundred feet high. The access to the Greenpoint has now been rendered easy and safe, by a footpath made to it, within these few years from the high road" Extract from New Statistical Account.
OS1/17/21/44 [Page] 44 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Lower Fall of Foyers [note] Altered as suggested by Captain Parsons R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/21/45 LOCH BRAN Loch Bran Mr. J. Fraser, Foyers Mr. J. Cameron, Glenlia 054 A considerable Loch or more properly speaking two lochs, as they are divided by a roadway of earth, situated about 1 mile north of the Parish Church. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho. [House] By Inverness.
OS1/17/21/45 RIVER FOYERS River Foyers J. Peters Esq. Beauly. Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre, Boleskine. Mr. J. Fraser, Foyers. 041 ; 054 This river is formed by the junctions of Allt an Loin and the river Fechlin a short distance north of Mill Bridge. It then flows in a northerly direction until it joins Loch Ness about a ¼ of a mile north of Foyers House
OS1/17/21/45 [Page] 45 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/46 CARN A' BHREABADAIR Càrn a' Bhreabadair Mr. D. Whyte Mr J. Fraser 054 A small rocky eminence situated immediately to the east of Fuaran an Eich Bhàin, name signifies "Cairn of the weaver". The property of Fountaine Walker Esq.
OS1/17/21/46 FUARAN AN ETCH BHAIN Fuaran an Etch Bhàin Mr. D. Whyte, Teacher Culaird Mr. John Fraser Foyers 054 This name signifies "White Horse Well" and is applied to a good spring of water situated south of Creag Bhreac on the property of F. Walker Esq. Muirton Ho. [House] Inverness
OS1/17/21/46 GIANT'S CAVE Giant's Cave Mr J Cameron, Glenlia, Mr J Fraser, Foyers 054 This name applies to a large dent or fissure in a rock situated on the east bank of the River Foyers and between the two Falls. It is supposed to have been at one time occupied by a man of large stature hence its name.
OS1/17/21/46 [Page] 46 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/47 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.
OS1/17/21/47 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"
OS1/17/21/47 [Page] 47 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/48 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
OS1/17/21/48 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.
OS1/17/21/48 [Page] 48 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/49 NORTH MURNICH North Murnich Donald Cameron, postmaster. William McGruer, North Murnich. Mr J. Fraser, Lyne of Gorthlick. 054 This name is given to an ordinary farmhouse, one story high, it has suitable offices attached, the are all thatched and in fair repair. The Property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton House Inverness
OS1/17/21/49 SOUTH MURNICH South Murnich Mr Donald Cameron Mr William McGruer Mr J. Fraser 054 Applies to a one storied and slated farmhouse, the offices are thatched and all are in fair repair, the property of Fountaine Walker Esq.
OS1/17/21/49 [Page] 49 County of Inverness Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/50 LOCHGARTHSIDE Lochgarthside Mr Donald Cameron Postmaster Gorthlick. Mr William McGruer North Murnich Mr J. Fraser Lyne of Gorthlick 054 Is applied to a district lying along the north side of Loch Gar, it is studded over with croft houses, generally thatched. Some of them are in fair repair and some of them in very bad repair. Property of Fountaine Walker Esq. of Foyers
OS1/17/21/50 TOMVOIT Tomvoit Mr Donald Cameron Mr William McGruer Mr J Fraser 054 Applies to a small one storied farm house, the house and offices are thatched and in fair repair. Property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho. [House] Inverness
OS1/17/21/50 [Page] 50 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff
OS1/17/21/51 GLAC NAN UAN Glac nan Uan Mr D. Whyte, Teacher, Cullaird Mr John Fraser Foyers 054 This name signifies "The Lamb's Hollow" and is applied to a hollow on the east side of Gleann Liath and south of Càrn Dubh. The property of Fountaine Walker Esquire of Foyers.
OS1/17/21/51 WESTER MURNICH Wester Murnich Mr D. Cameron Mr William McGouer Mr D. Fraser Farmer Culie 054 This name is applied to a number of one storey houses, in good repair, and occupied by crofters, situated about ½ a mile north-west of Loch Garth. the property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho. [House] Inverness
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OS1/17/21/52 CARN DUBH Càrn Dubh Mr D, Whyte Mr John Fraser, Foyers 054 A rocky eminence situated east of Gleann Liath and north of Glac nan Uan, Name signifies "Black Cairn". The property of Fountaine Walker Esq.
OS1/17/21/52 CREAG BHREAC Creag Bhreac Mr D, Whyte Mr John Fraser, Foyers Mr J Cameron, Glenlia 054 This name signifies "Speckled Rock" and is applied to a large rocky eminence newly planted with fir, and Situated Immediately South of the Falls of Foyers. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq.
OS1/17/21/52 DRUMMUSSADY [farm] Drummussady Mr D. Cameron Mr J. Cameron Mr J. Fraser 054 This name applies to two crofters houses, each one story in height, situated a short distance east of Loch Bran. The property of F. Walker
OS1/17/21/52 [Page] 52 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/53 DRUIM AN TEAMPUILL Druim an Teampuill Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr D. Stewart, Schoolmaster Mr James Muir 054 This name signifies "Temple Ridge" and is applied to the lands in connection with the Parish Church, which extends along the top of this ridge on which were within these last few years the remains of several Druidical Temples, these have all been removed either to make way for the plough or for building purposes.
OS1/17/21/53 RIVER GOURAG River Gourag River Gourag River Gourag Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre, Minister Mr W. F. McLean, Minister Mr D. Stewart, parish schoolmaster 054 This name applies to a small stream flowing from the southern extremity of Loch Garth in this south-westerly direction until it joins with the River G in forming Allt an Loin
OS1/17/21/53 [Page] 53 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff
OS1/17/21/54 AN DOIRLINN An Doirlinn Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr James Muir Mr D. Stewart Mr W. F. McLean 054 This name signifies "The Peninsula" and is applied to a wooded strip of land between Allt an Loin and the River Fechlin at their junction with the River Foyers. The property Fountaine Walker Esq. of Foyers Muirton Ho. [House] Inverness
OS1/17/21/54 CREAG A' CHAIT Creag a' Chait Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr D. Stewart Mr P McDonald 054 This name applies to a conspicuous rocky eminence situated immediately east of the road from Foyers White Bridge and about half way between these two places. Name signifies "Cat's Craig"
OS1/17/21/54 [Page] 54 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff
OS1/17/21/55 MILL BRIDGE Mill Bridge Mr John Fraser Lyne. Mr James Muir. Mr William F. McLean 054 This name is applied to a stone bridge of one arch crossing Allt Lon about twelve chains south of its junction with the River Foyers, and on General Wage's Military Road from Fort Augustus to Inverness. It is a county bridge.
OS1/17/21/55 TOM AITEACHAIDH Tom Aiteachaidh Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A small wooded eminence situated west of the river Foyers. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Knowe of the Cutivation"
OS1/17/21/55 DALCRAG Dalcrag John Peters, Esq. Factor. Mr P. McDonald, tenant. Mr D. Stewart. Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre 054 A one story farmhouse with suitable offices attached, slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle, by Beauly.
OS1/17/21/55 [Page] 55 County of Inverness Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff
OS1/17/21/56 ALLT AITEACHAIDH Allt Aiteachaidh Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A small mountain stream flowing from Lochan Scristan In a north easterly direction until it joins the River Foyers. Name signifies "Burn of the Cultivation"
OS1/17/21/56 CARN DEARG Càrn Dearg Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A large rocky eminence situated on the side of Loch Ness. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Names signifies "Red Cairn"
OS1/17/21/56 LOCHAN DUBH Lochan Dubh John Peters Esq. Factor 054 A small mountain loch situated at the South Western extremity of Càrn Dearg. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies " Small Black Loch"
OS1/17/21/56 [Page] 56 County of Inverness Parish of Dores (Det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/57 BAILEBEAG Bailebeag Bailebeag Bailebeag Mr D. Stewart. Schoolmaster Mr W. F. McLean Mr James Muir 054 This name applies to a few one storey cottages and the parish school and is situated a short distance west of the parish church. The property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle by Beauly. Invs. [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/57 BUNKEGIVIE Bunkegivie Bunkegivie Bunkegivie Bunkegivie John Peters Esq. Factor. Estate Map. Mr James Muir. Mr William F. McLean. 054 This name applies to a few small cottages one-storey high, also a blacksmith's shop situated a short distance north west of Corriegarth Lodge, Lord Lovat proprietor.
OS1/17/21/57 MANSE [parish, Newtbn] Manse (parish) Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre. Mr D. Stewart Mr P. McDonald 054 This Is the Established Church Manse, it is two story high, slated and in good repair and is situated about a ¼ of a mile south west from the church. The property of the Heritors.
OS1/17/21/57 [Page] 57 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/58 CHURCH [Newton] Church (Parish) Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre. Mr D. Stewart. Mr P. McDonald 054 This church was built in 1780 and is seated to accommodate 400, it is of an oblong form and a very plain style of architecture. It is the property of the Heritor.
OS1/17/21/58 NEWTON Newton Mr James Muir. Mr W. F. McLean. Mr D. Stewart. 054 This name applies to 4 cottages, all of one story in height and in middling repair. The property of the heritors of the parish.
OS1/17/21/58 SCHOOL [Newton] School (parish) Mr D. Stewart schoolmaster. Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre. Mr P. McDonald 054 This school is one story high with dwelling house attached, the ordinary branches of education are taught with Latin and mathematics, attendance is of both sexes, supported by Heritors and school fees.
OS1/17/21/58 [Page] 58 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/58 Have reported that In the*list of names as written* the 2nd SCHOOL needs deleting
OS1/17/21/59 CNOC AN T-SITHEIN Cnoc an T-Sìthein Mr John Fraser Mr D. Stewart 054 A small conical eminence situated immediately north of Allt na Seabhaig. the property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Fairy Hillock"
OS1/17/21/59 COIRE RIABHACH Coire Riabhach Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart 054 ; 055 This name applies to a hollow between Càrn Choire Reiche and Creag Bheag. The property of Lord Lovat. Names signifies "Rough Corry"
OS1/17/21/59 CREAG BHEAG Creag Bheag Mr John Fraser, keeper,Corriegarth Lodge. Mr D. Stewart, parish schoolmaster. Mr A. McGillivray. Aberchalder. 054 This name signifies "Little Craig" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated immediately to the east of Loch Garth. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/59 [Page] 59 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/60 CARN GARBH Càrn Garbh Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart 054 This name signifies "Rough Cairn". and is applied to a rocky eminence, situated about ½ a mile south of Garthmore. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/60 GARTHBEG Garthbeg John Peters Esq. Factor. Mr John Fraser. Mr William F. McLean 054 A large two-storey farmhouse with suitable offices attached, situated at the southern extremity of Loch Garth. The property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly Ins [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/60 GARTHMORE Garthmore John Peters Esq. Mr John Fraser. Mr William F. McLean 054 A one-storey houseIn middling repair situated a short distance south of Garthbeg, the property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/60 [Page] 60 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/61 LOCH KEMP Loch Kemp John Peters Esq. Factor. D. Stewart, Schoolmaster Boleskine. J. Campbell, Shepherd, Dalchapple 054 A Considerable Lock Situated about ¾ of a mile west of Dell House, and about the same distance east from Loch Ness, it is partly in the parish of Boleskine & Abbertarff and partly in the parish of Dores (Det) and the property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle by Beauly Inss [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/61 TORR AN T-SAGAIRT Tòrr an t-Sagairt D. Stewart, Boleskine. J. Campbell, Dalchapple 054 A small hill newly planted with fir, and situated about ¼ a mile south west of Dell House. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "The Priest's Hill
OS1/17/21/61 [Page] 61 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores (det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/62 ALLT SLOCHDACH Allt Slochdach Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A small stream flowing from Loch Kemp in a north westerly direction until it joins Loch Ness. It also forms a part of the Boundary between the parishes of Boleskine and Abertarff and Dores (Det) name signifies "Burn of the Pits or Pools"
OS1/17/21/62 DELL HOUSE Dell House John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A two-storey house slated and in good repair with offices attached now used as a shooting lodge. The property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle near Beauly Inss [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/62 LOCH CLUANIE Loch Cluanie John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A small lock situated about 14 chains east of Loch Kemp. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/62 [Page] 62 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores (det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/63 ALLT AN LOIN Allt an Lòin Rev. [Reverend] John McLean F. C. [Free Church] Minister Errogie Mr James Muir, Carpenter Newton. Mr D. Stewart parish Schoolmaster 054 This name signifies "Meadow Burn", and is applied to a stream which is formed by the junction of the Rivers Gourag and E. it flows in a north-westerly direction until it joins with the River Fechlin in forming the river Foyers, A short distance north of Mill Bridge.
OS1/17/21/63 ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL [Dell] Roman Catholic Chapel Rev. [Reverend] Mr Bisset Mr P. McDonnell Mr D. Stewart 054 This name applies to a small chapel built in 1858 and seated to accommodate 130. The priest house being attached thereto. It is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception.
OS1/17/21/63 [Page] 63 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/64 ALLT NA SEABHAIG Allt na Seabhaig Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart 054 ; 069 A considerable mountain stream collecting between Càrn Ruigh na Creadha and Leacha na Cisteachanm and flowing in a north easterly direction for about 1 mile, it then changes its course in north westerly direction until it joins the River E about ½ a mile south east of Garthbeg. Name signifies "The Hawks Burn".
OS1/17/21/64 RIVER River E. Mr John Fraser. Keeper Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre Mr D. Stewart schoolmaster Mr A. Muir Carpenter Mr F. McLean 054 ; 055 ; 070 A considerable mountain stream collecting in a range of hills on the eastern boundary of the parish and flowing in a north westerly until it joins with the River Gourag in forming a short stream called Allt Lon.
OS1/17/21/64 [Page] 64 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff River E. - Referred to in the field and the examiner states that this is the correct name and it is well known in the county as such.
OS1/17/21/65 CARN NA DALA-RIACH Càrn na Dala-riach Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A rocky eminence partly covered with Birchwood. The property of Lord Lovat "meaning not known"
OS1/17/21/65 COMPASS Compass Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr Alderson 054 A two story dwelling house slated and in good repair the property of Fountaine Walker Esq., Foyers And Muirton Ho. [House] Invs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/65 DELL Dell John Peters Esq. Mr Alderson, keeper. Mr J. Campbell 054 This name applies to what was originally the offices of Dell House before it was let as a shooting lodge, but it is now occupied as a farmhouse, the property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/65 [Page] 65 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/66 CORRIEGARTH LODGE Corriegarth Lodge Corriegarth Lodge Corriegarth Lodge Corriegarth Lodge John Peters Esq. Factor Mr D. Stewart, schoolmaster Mr James Muir, Carpenter Mr William F. McLean 054 A large and newly erected shooting lodge three stories high slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/66 CULLINTYRE Cùllintyre Cùllintyre Cùllintyre Mr William F. McLean. Mr J. Muir Mr D. McGillioray, Aberchalder 054 This name applies to a small farmhouse & Shepherd's Cottage, both one story high. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/66 LOCH GARTH Loch Garth Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre Boleskine. Mr John Fraser, Keeper, Corriegarth Lodge. Mr W. F. McLean Lochgarthside 054 A large freshwater loch situated in Straith Errick and about one mile north of Corriegarth Lodge. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Inss. [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/66 [Page] 66 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/67 ALLT LOCH PAITICH Allt Loch Pàitich John Peters Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbel 054 A small stream flowing from Loch Pàiteach in a north easterly direction for about 20 chains. It then changes its course and flows in a north westerly direction until it forms Loch Cluanie name signifies "Burn of the Parched or Dry Loch"
OS1/17/21/67 LOCH PAITEACH Loch Pàiteach John Peters Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbel 054 A small lock situated immediately south of Tòrr Pàiteach. The property of Lord Lovat name signifies "Parched or Dry Loch"
OS1/17/21/67 TORR PAITEACH Tòrr Pàiteach John Peters Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbel 054 A conspicuous rocky eminence situated north of Loch Pàiteach and about 1 mile east from Loch Ness. Name signifies " The Humpy Hill"
OS1/17/21/67 [Page] 67 County of Inverness Psh [Parish] of Dores (Det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/68 ALLT LEACHD GOWRIE Allt Leachd Gowrie John Peters Esq. Factor. Estate Maps Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 This stream has its' source about 14 chains East of Loch Kurckie in a fir plantation and flows in a northerly direction until it joins Loch Kemp. "Meaning not known" It forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Dores (Detached) & Boleskin and Abertarff
OS1/17/21/68 TOM RATHAIL Tom Dreachail Tom Rathail Tom Rathail Tom Rathail John Peters Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell Rev. [Reverend] J McLean F.C. [Free Church] Minister 054 A considerable eminence recently planted with fir, partly in the parish of Boleskine & Abertarff and partly in the Dores (Det) [detached] the property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "The Lucky or Fortunate Hill" In the Parish of Boleskin & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/68 WHITEBRIDGE INN Whitebridge Inn John Peters Esq. Factor Mr McDonnell Mr J. Campbell 054 A two-storey house slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Lovat in the parish of Dores (Detached)
OS1/17/21/68 [Page] 68 County of Inverness Parish of Boleskin and Abertarff and Dores (Det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/69 BURIAL GROUND (Supposed Remains of) [Cnoc an t-Sionnaichj Burial Ground (Supposed Remains of) Mr Gordon, surveyor Beauly. Estate Map. Mr J. Peters 054 About 10 Chains East from the above described hillock, may be seen an old wall now grown over with grass and heather, this old wall at one time formed a circular enclosure, which is supposed to have been either a burying ground for infants, or one of the many family burying grounds, that are met with throughout the Highlands of Scotland. To date can be ascertained of the time of its last being used.
OS1/17/21/69 CNOC AN T-SIONNAICH Cnoc an t-sionnaich Mr D. Fraser Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A small eminence covered with healthy pasture. Name Signifies "The Foxes hillock"
OS1/17/21/69 [Page] 69 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/70 MOOR OF KNOCKHOILUM Moor of Knockhoilum John Peters Esq. Mr J. Campbell. Mr D. Fraser Moor of Knockhoilum 054 This name applies to two one story Crofthouses with the land attached thereto it was within a few years nothing but moorland but is being rapidly brought under cultivation by the tenants. Property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [ Inverness]
OS1/17/21/70 TORR CLUANIE Tòrr Cluanie John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A small rocky eminence situated about 20 chains north east of Loch Cluanie, and the property of Lord Lovat. "Name Aglicised" [Anglicised]
OS1/17/21/70 CREAG MHOR Creag Mhòr Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A large and very rocky hill. Situated about ½ a mile east of the farmhouse of Dell. Name signifies "Big Craig"
OS1/17/21/70 [Page] 70 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores (det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/71 EASTER DRUMMOND Easter Drummond John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A two storey farm house with offices attached all slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/71 KILLIECHOILUM Killiechoilum John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A one story farm house with offices attached slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [ Inverness]
OS1/17/21/71 TOM A' CHLIABHAIN Tom a' Chlinabhain Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 054 A considerable rocky eminence, situated a short distance west of Allt Leachd Gowrie. The property of Lord Lovat name signifies, "Hill of the Small Basket or Creel"
OS1/17/21/71 [Page] 71 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/72 CNOC CARRACH Cnoc Carrach Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A small eminence situated immediately to the west of the milestone from Fort Augustus to Inverness on General Wade's military Road. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Name signifies "the Hill of the Uneven Surface"
OS1/17/21/72 KNOCKCARRACH Knockcarrach Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 This name applies to two small cottages one story high, the property of J. Murray Grant Of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/72 WESTER DRUMMOND Wester Drummond John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A one story farm house without buildings attached, detached and in middling repair. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [ Inverness]
OS1/17/21/72 [Page] 72 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/73 LOCH NA SCORTHACH Loch na Scorthach Mr Richmond Mr. J. Campbell Mr. D. Stewart 054 A small mountain Loch situated between Loch Ness and Loch Knockie. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "Loch of the Liver." Scorthach Is well known in the locality and is supposed to be a provincialism.
OS1/17/21/73 MEALL NA TARGAID Meall na Targaid Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr M. Fraser 054 A rocky eminence situated about 30 chains north of Loch Knockie. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Hill of the Target"
OS1/17/21/73 STAC NAM FITHEACH Stac nam Fitheach Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr M. Fraser 054 A conspicuous rock on the east face of Meall na Targaid. Name signifies "Rock of the Ravens"
OS1/17/21/73 [Page] 73 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/74 ALLT LOCH NA SCORTHACH Allt Loch na Scorthach Mr Richmond, keeper Knockie Lodge. Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A small stream flowing from Loch na Scorthach in an easterly direction until it joins Loch Ness. Name signifies "Burn of the lock of the Liver"
OS1/17/21/74 LOCH NAN LOSGANN Loch nan Losgann Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean, F. C. [Free Church] Minister 054 A small loch situated a short distance west Paddockfield the property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Name signifies "Loch of the Frogs"
OS1/17/21/74 WHITE BRIDGE White Bridge Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre 054 Stoney Bridge of one arch crossing the River Fechlin. Built by General Wade, over which the road passes which bears his name. It is a county bridge.
OS1/17/21/74 [Page] 74 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/75 CREAG A' GHUIBHAIS Creag a' Ghuibhais Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A small eminent situated immediately north of Lochan a' Choin Uire, and on the eastern side of Loch Ness. Property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Craig of the Fir"
OS1/17/21/75 LOCHAN A' CHINN MHONAICH Lochan a' Chinn Mhonaich Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 This name is applied three small mountain lochs, which to appearance may have been at one time a single loch. Name Signifies " Small Loch of the Hilly head"
OS1/17/21/75 LOCHAN A' CHOIN UIRE Lochan a' Choin Uire Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A Small Mountain Loch immediately south of Creag a' Ghuibhais will stop name signifies "Little Loch of the Young Dog"
OS1/17/21/75 [Page] 75 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores (det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/76 ALLT A' CHINN MHONAICH Allt a' Chinn Mhonaich Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A small mountain stream flowing from Lochan a' Chinn Mhonaich in an easterly direction until it joins Loch Ness Name Signifies "Burn of the Hilly Head"
OS1/17/21/76 LOCHAN NAN NIGHEAN Lochan nan Nighean Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A mountain loch situated immediately south of Meall nan Aidhean. The property of Lord Lovat name signifies "Small Loch of the Maidens"
OS1/17/21/76 MEALL NAN AIDHEAN Meall nan Aidhean Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 This name signifies "The Hill of the Hinds" and is applied to an eminence on the east side of Loch Ness. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/76 [Page] 76 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores (det) [Detached]
OS1/17/21/77 MEALL NA SROINE Meall na Sròine Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 054 A considerable ridge situated between Creag nan Eun and Allt Saighead, and about 40 chains west of Loch Ness. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Name signifies "The Nose of the Hill"
OS1/17/21/77 ROCKING STONE [Meall na Sroine] 054 On the northern extremity of this ridge is a large stone about 20 feet in circumference and about 5 feet high which can easily be moved by one person, there is however nothing known respecting it in the neighbourhood. It is called the "Rocking Stone"
OS1/17/21/77 [Page] 77 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/78 ALLT RUIGHE BHACAIN Allt Ruighe Bhacain Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 054 A small stream flowing from the south end of Loch a' Bhealaich in a southerly direction until it joins Allt na Saighead. Name signifies "The Burn of the projecting shieling"
OS1/17/21/78 CREAG DHEARG Creag Dhearg Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 041 ; 054 A considerable ridge situated about ½ mile west of Loch Ness. The property of the Earl of Seafield. Name Signifies "The Red Rock"
OS1/17/21/78 LOCH A' BHEALAICH Loch a' Bhealaich Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 041 ; 054 A small loch situated about 40 chains west of Creag Whearing and out of which flows Allt Ruighe Bhacain. name signifies "Loch of the Vale"
OS1/17/21/78 [Page] 78 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/79 ALLTSIGH Alltsigh Mr D McLean Mr D McMillan Mr D McLean 054 This name applies to keepers house, situated on the south side of the stream called Allt na Saighead from whence it derives its name, but is better known by the anglicised form. Occupied by D. McMillan and property of James Murray Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/79 ALTSAIGH [1895] Aultsigh Phillips County Atlas 054 This name applies to keepers house, situated on the south side of the stream called Allt na Saighead from whence it derives its name, but is better known by the anglicised form. Occupied by D. McMillan and property of James Murray Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/79 [Page] 79 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston Aultsigh- Altered by authority of Mr. MacKay, Inverness. See remark in index [Dated] 4.2.95 [1895]
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OS1/17/21/81 CNOC A' CHAOL-LEIM Cnoc a' chaol-leim Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 A small knowe culminated on its summit. Situated south of the river Fechlin and a short distance east of Innishenlannie. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Hill of the Narrow Jump"
OS1/17/21/81 COIRE GARTH Coire Garth Mr John Fraser, keeper. Mr D. Stewart Mr W. F. McLean 054 A small wooded hollow immediately north of Leachd nan Cisteachan. "Meaning not known"
OS1/17/21/81 LEACHD NAN CISTEACHAN Leachd nan Cistechan Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Reid, keeper, Gargie Lodge Mr John Fraser 054 This name applies to a considerable eminence situated immediately east of Beinn Sgorach. Lord Lovat and F. Walker Esq. Joint proprietors. Name signifies "Flags or Slabs of or for Chests or Coffins"
OS1/17/21/81 [Page] 81 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/82 BEINN SGORACH Beinn Sgorach Mr J. Campbell Mr J. Reid Mr D. Stewart 054 A very rocky and conspicuous eminence situated about 1 mile east of White Bridge Inn. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Name Signifies "The Rocky Hill"
OS1/17/21/82 INNISHENLANNIE Innishenlannie Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr D. Fraser, Moor of Knockhoilum 054 A one story farm house with outbuildings attached all of one story in height and thatched. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [ Inverness]
OS1/17/21/82 PADDOCKFIELD Paddockfield Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 054 This name applies to two one story houses thatched and in middling repair. Situated about ½ a mile north of Beinn Sgorach. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho [ house] Inverness
OS1/17/21/82 [Page] 82 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/83 ALLT A' MHINN Allt a' Mhean Allt a' Mhean Allt a' Mhinn John Peters Esq. Factor. Estate Map. Mr John Fraser 054 A small mountain stream flowing from Lochan Dubh in an easterly direction until it joins Loch Ness, this stream forms a part of the boundary between the parishes of Boleskine & Abertarff and Dores (det) [Detached]. Name signifies "Burn of the Kid"
OS1/17/21/83 LOCHAN SCRISTAN Lochan Scristan Jno [John] Peters Esq. Estate map 054 A small mountain Loch situated about twelve chains south of Lochan Dubh. The property of Lord Lovat. Meaning unknown
OS1/17/21/83 [Page] 83 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/84 STRATHERRICK Stratherrick Stratherrick Stratherrick Stratherrick Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre ph. [Parish] Manse Boleskine. Rev. [Reverend] J. McNaughton ph. [Parish] Dores. Mr Cameron, Post Master, Gorthlick. Mr J. Campbell, Dalchapple 030 ; 041 ; 042 ; 054 ; 055 ; 068 ; 069 This name does not apply to a Strath but to an extensive district deriving its name from the River Farigaig which runs through it near its northern limit. It consists of a cultivated and moor land interspersed with some rocky hills and extends to the south-west as far as Knockie and Ardochy, and to the north-east as far as Achnafat. It is bounded on the north west by Glenn Albyn, and on the south east by the Alonadhliath Mountains. It is the property of the following gentleman Viz. [Namely] Lord Lovat of Beaufort Castle; Fountain Walker Esq. of Muirton house; Captain Fraser of Balnain and Colonel Fraser Tytler of Ardowrie
OS1/17/21/84 [Page] 84 Monadhliath Mountains- For authorities and description see named book of 6 inch sheets 72 & 87
OS1/17/21/85 ALLT DUBHACH Allt Dubhach Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean John Fraser Corriegarth Alexander McTavish Migovie 055 This name signifies "The Blackish Burn" and is applied to a small stream, having its source immediately south of Càrn Leath, and flowing in a north-westerly direction until it joins Aberchalder Burn.
OS1/17/21/85 [Page] 85 County of Inverness -- Ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/86 DRUMMUSSADY [natural] Drummussady Mr D. Cameron Mr. William McGruer Mr D. Fraser 054 This name is applied to a ridge covered with healthy pasture. Situated north west of Wester Murnich. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Known in the Anglicised form
OS1/17/21/86 TOM A' MHOID Tom a' Mhòid Mr D, Whyte, Teacher Culaird Mr D. Cameron, Postmaster Mr. William McGruer, North Murnich 054 This name signifies "The Court Hill" and is applied to a small eminence on which it is supposed in olden times courts of justice were held, it is situated about ½ mile north west fromLyne of Gorthlick, and the property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho. [house] Inverness
OS1/17/21/86 [Page] 86 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Migovie - See page 90 - For description and authorities see 6 inch sheet 55
OS1/17/21/87 CROACHY Croachy Mr D. Pearson Mr A. McBean Mr MacDonald 054 A small cottage one story in height slated & in good repair Property of Mrs Mason Wester Aberchalder
OS1/17/21/87 NORTH LYNE North Lyne Mr D. McPherson Mr A. McBean Mr MacDonald 055 A one story farmhouse with suitable offices attached. The whole thatched and in ordinary repair. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. of Foyers
OS1/17/21/87 WESTER ABERCHALDER Wester Aberchalder Mr D. McPherson, Wester Aberchalder Mr A. McBean. Mr MacDonald F. C. Schoolmaster Errogie 055 A two storey house with farm offices attached. The whole [???] slated and in thorough repair. Property & residence of Mrs Mason.
OS1/17/21/87 [Page] 87 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
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OS1/17/21/88 LYNE OF GORTHLICK Lyne of Gorthlick Mr Cameron Mr McDonald Mr McBean 054 ; 055 It is applied to the Post Office. The dwelling house is two stories in height slated and in good repair. Property of Fountaine Walker Esq. of Foyers. This name also applies to two Dwelling houses situated a short distance west.
OS1/17/21/88 MOORLAND COTTAGE Moorland Cottage Mr Cameron Mr McBean Mr McPherson 055 Applied to a small neat cottage one story in height, slated and in excellent repair. Property of Fountaine Walker Esq. of Foyers
OS1/17/21/88 POST OFFICE [Lyne of Gorthlick] Post Office Mr Cameron, Postmaster Mr McDonald Mr McBean 055 A Mail Car [Mins ???] in connection with Inverness from here. It is dispatched from here at 5.30 A. M. Arriving at Inverness at 9.15, leaving there at 4. P.M. And arriving here at 8. P. M.
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OS1/17/21/88 [Page] 88 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
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OS1/17/21/89 ABERCHALDER Aberchalder Mr A. McGillivray. Tenant Mr D. McGillivray Mr John Fraser, keeper 055 A one story farmhouse with suitable outbuildings attached slated and in good repair. The property of Neil Jno [John] McGillivray Esq. of Dunmaglass.
OS1/17/21/89 ALLT NA CRICHE Allt na Crìche Mr John Fraser Mr D Stewart 055 This stream is form by a number of small streams which unite immediately south east of Beinn Mheadhoin and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins Aberchalder Burn. Name signifies "The Boundary Burn"
OS1/17/21/89 CAOCHAN SNEACHDACH Caochan Sneachdach Mr A. McGillivray Mr John Fraser Mr D. Stewart 055 This name signifies "The Snowy Streamlet" and is applied to a mountain stream which collects immediately north-west of Beinn Bhùraich and flows in a north westerly direction until it joins Allt na Criche
OS1/17/21/89 [Page] 89 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/90 ALLT SLOCHDAIN CHAOIL Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil Mr A. McGillivray. Mr D. McGillivray. Mr A. McTavish Migovie. John McLean Free Church Minister 055 A small mountain stream collecting about 30 chains east of Càrn Choire Riabhaich, and flowing in and north easterly direction until it joins Allt na Crìche. Name signifies "Burn of the Harrow pit"
OS1/17/21/90 CARN LIATH Càrn Liath Mr AE. McTavish Mr J. Fraser Lyne 055 A small eminence situated about ½ a mile east of Migovie. Partly the property of Lord Lovat and partly the property of Mrs Masson. Name signifies "The Grey Cairn"
OS1/17/21/90 MIGOVIE Migovie John Peters Esq. Factor Mr J. Fraser. Mr A. McGillivray. Mr William F. McLean 055 A one story farmhouse with suitable outbuildings attached slated and in good repair the property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/90 [Page] 90 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff ALLT SLOCHDAIN CHAOIL - Submitted a second time to the authorities who now give this mode of writing name.
OS1/17/21/91 CREAG GLEANN CHOINEIN Creag Gleann Choinein Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart. Mr James Muir. Mr A. McGillivaray. 042 ; 055 This name signifies "Craig of the Rabbits or Coney's Glen" and is applied to a conspicuous Craig situated on the west side of Coinan Gleann. The property of Neil John McGillivaray Esq. Dunmag Ivss [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/91 [Page] 91 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Allt a' Bhad Fheitheanaich - For description and authorities see Name Book of sheet 70
OS1/17/21/92 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"
OS1/17/21/92 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
OS1/17/21/92 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.
OS1/17/21/92 [Page] 92 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/93 BEINN DUBH-CHOIRE Beinn Duhb-choire Beinn Duhb-choire Beinn Duhb-choire Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. MacKintosh. Mr J. Stuart 042 ; 055 A prominent Hill covered with rocks and heathy pasture. situated about 90 chains North of Càrn Crom a' Ghlinne. It signifies the "Mountain of the Black Corry"
OS1/17/21/93 CARN NA SAOBHAIDHE Càrn na Saobhaidh Càrn na Saobhaidh Càrn na Saobhaidh Rev. [Reverend] H. Mackenzie. Mr J. MacKintosh. Mr J Stuart. 055 A prominent Rocky Hill situated about 20 chains north of Carn Fliuch bhad. It signifies the hill of the foxes den.
OS1/17/21/93 [Page] 93 County of Inverness Allt a’ Phloda-- For authorities and description see Name Book of 6 inch 42 -- Sheet 55 Trace 3
OS1/17/21/94 ALLT NA SAOBHAIDHE Allt na Saobhaidhe Allt na Saobhaidhe Allt na Saobhaidhe Rev. [Reverend] H MacKenzie. Mr J Mackintosh. Mr J Stuart. 055 A small stream having its source about 15 chains from the North Eastern base of Carn na Saobhaidh and flowing in a westerly direction enters the River E about 60 chains south of Allt Doirean Na Smeoraich. It signifies the "burn of the foxes den."
OS1/17/21/94 LOCHAN NA GUALAINN Laochan na Gaulainn. Laochan na Gaulainn. Laochan na Gaulainn. Rev. [Reverend] H MacKenzie. Mr J Mackintosh Mr J Stuart 055 A small loch about 8 chains long by about two in breadth it is situated about 12 chains south of Lochan na Leachteraich. it signifies " The Small Loch of the Shoulder".
OS1/17/21/94 LOCHAN NA LEACHTERACH Lochan na Leachteraich. Lochan na Leachteraich. Lochan na Leachteraich. Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. Mackintosh. Mr J. Stuart. 055 A small loch situated about 12 chains north of Lochan na Gualainn Ho. [House]. Meaning is obscure
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OS1/17/21/95 ABERCHALDER BURN Aberchalder Burn Aberchalder Burn Aberchalder Burn Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie, Manse. Moy. Mr J. Mackintosh F. C. [Free Church] School Tomatin Mr J. Stuart Coignafeuinternich 054 ; 055 A stream having its source at the Western base of Càrn Mhic Iamhair and flowing in a westerly direction past Aberchalder, enters Loch Spith.
OS1/17/21/95 ALLT CREAGACH BEAG Allt Creagach Beag Allt Creagach Beag Allt Creagach Beag Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie, Manse. Moy. Mr J. Mackintosh Mr J. Stuart 055 ; 056 ; 057 ; 070 A stream having its source about 30 chains north east of Meall a' Phiobaire and flowing in a southerly direction enters Allt Creagach at the junction of Allt Odhar. It signifies, the "Small Rocky Burn"
OS1/17/21/95 LEACAN AN T-SITHEIN Leacan an t-Sithein Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. Mackintosh. Mr J. Stuart. 055 Applied to hill situated about 20 chains south east of Càrn Crom a' Ghlinne, it is covered with healthy pasture to its summit. It signifies the "Flagstones of the fairy Knoll"
OS1/17/21/95 [Page] 95 County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/96 ALLT DOIRE AN LOIN Allt Doire an Lòin Allt Doire an Lòin Allt Doire an Lòin Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. Mackintosh. Mr J. Stuart. 042 ; 055 A stream having its source about 50 chains east of Leacan an t-Sithein and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins with Allt na h-Adaig in forming Allt Cailceach. It signifies Burn of the Marshy Grove.
OS1/17/21/96 ALLT DOIREAN NA SMEORAICH Allt Doirean na Smeòraich Allt Doirean na Smeòraich Allt Doirean na Smeòraich Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. Mackintosh. Mr J. Stuart. 054 ; 055 A stream flowing out of Lochan na GualainnIn a westerly direction enters the river E. about 60 chains north of the junction of Allt na Saobhaidh. It signifies the burn of the thicket of the Mavis.
OS1/17/21/96 CARN CROM A' GHLINNE Càrn Cròm a' Ghlinne Càrn Cròm a' Ghlinne Càrn Cròm a' Ghlinne Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. Mackintosh. Mr J. Stuart. 055 A prominent Hill situated about 20 chains west of Leacan an t-Sithein, it is covered with healthy pasture to its summit and signifies the "Crooked Hill of the Glen"
OS1/17/21/96 [Page] 96 County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/97 BEINN MHEADHOIN Beinn Mheadhoin Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart. Mr A. McGillivray 055 A considerable eminence situated east of Càrn Choire Reiche and immediately west of Allt na Crìche. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Middle Hill"
OS1/17/21/97 CARN CHOIRE RIABHAICH Càrn Choire Riabhaich Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart. Mr A. McGillivray 055 A rocky eminence situated about ¾ of a mile west of Beinn Mheadhoin, name signifies "Cairn of the Rough Corry"
OS1/17/21/97 COIRE DUBH Coire Dubh Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart. 055 This name signifies "Black Corry" and is applied to a hollow about ½ a mile south east of Beinn Bhùraich
OS1/17/21/97 [Page] 97 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/98 ALLT A' CHOIRE DHUIBH Allt a' Choire Dhuibh John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart. 055 This name signifies "Burn of the Black Corry" and is applied to a stream which collect in Coire Dubh and flows in a north easterly direction until it joins Aberchalder Burn.
OS1/17/21/98 COIRE GLAS Coire Glas Mr A. McGillivray Mr D. McGillivray 055 This name signifies "Grey Corry" and is applied to a hollow Situated South West of Beinn Dubh-Choire. The property of Neil Jno [John] McGillivray esq. of Dunmaglass.
OS1/17/21/98 MEALL NA BUAILE Meall na Buaile Mr John Fraser. Mr D. Stewart. Mr A. McGillivray 055 This name is applied to an eminence situated immediately south of Aberchalder Burn; the property of Mrs Masson. Name Signifies "Hill of the Fold".
OS1/17/21/98 [Page] 98 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/99 BEINN BHURAICH Beinn Bhùraich Beinn Bhùraich Beinn Bhùraich Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie Manse, Moy Mr J. Mackintosh F. C. [Free Church] school Tomatin. Mr J. Stuart Coignafeuinternich 055 A prominent hill situated about 70 chains north west of Càrn na Saobhaidh it is covered with healthy pasture to its summit and signifies the hill of the "Shouting"
OS1/17/21/99 CARN MHIC IAMHAIR Càrn Mhie Iamhair Càrn Mhie Iamhair Càrn Mhie Iamhair Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. Mackintosh. Mr J. Stuart 055 A hill situated on the watershed immediately east of Càrn na Saobhaidh. It is covered with healthy pasture to its summit and signifies "McJoers Hill"
OS1/17/21/99 CARN NA SAOBHAIDHE Càrn na Saobhaidh Càrn na Saobhaidh Càrn na Saobhaidh Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr J. Mackintosh. Mr J. Stuart 055 A Hill situated on the watershed immediately west of Càrn Mhie Iamhair, it is covered with healthy pasture to its summit And signifies the "Hill of the Foxes Den"
OS1/17/21/99 [Page] 99 County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/100 ALLT UISG AN T-SITHEIN Allt Uisg an t-Sithein Allt Uisg an t-Sithein Allt Uisg an t-Sithein Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr I. Mackintosh. Mr I. Stuart. 042 ; 055 A stream having its source at the northern base of Meall a' Phiobaire and flowing in a north-westerly direction enters the River Farigaig. It signifies the "Watering Stream of the fairy hillock"
OS1/17/21/100 CAOCHAN CHAORUINN Coachan chaoruninn Coachan chaoruninn Coachan chaoruninn Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr I. Mackintosh. Mr I. Stuart. 055 A stream having its source at the northern base of Càrn Mhie Iamhair and flowing in a northerly direction enters Allt Uisg an t-Sithein. It signifies the streamlet of the "Rowantree"
OS1/17/21/100 MEALL A' PHIOBAIRE Meall a' Phiobaire Meall a' Phiobaire Meall a' Phiobaire Rev. [Reverend] H. MacKenzie. Mr I. Mackintosh. Mr I. Stuart. 055 A prominent hills situated on the watershed about 30 chains east of Càrn Mhie Iamhair. It is covered with healthy pasture to its summit and signifies "The Pipers Hill"
OS1/17/21/100 [Page] 100 County of Inverness Allt a’ Bhad Fheitheanaiche written on plan on trace 4
OS1/17/21/101 CARN NAN DUBH LOCHAN Càrn nan Dubh Lochan Càrn nan Dubh Lochan Càrn nan Dubh Lochan Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 068 A rocky heathy pasture Hill situated ½ mile S. [ South] of Meall a' Bhuic & 1 mile N.E. of Loch Bhealaich. Property of Mr Grant of Glen Moriston. Name signifies "Cairn of the Black Lochs" The Boundary between the parishes of Boleskine and Abertarff and Urquhart and Glenmoriston passes across the south west of this Cairn.
OS1/17/21/101 DUBH LOCHAN Dubh Lochan Dubh Lochan Dubh Lochan Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 068 This name is applied to three sheets of water situated near to Càrn nan Dubh Lochan and about ½ mile N. E. [North-east] of Loch Bhealaich. Property of Mr Grant Glen Moriston. Name signifies “Black Lochs". The north east or larger Loch is in the parish of Boleskine & Abertarff and the other 2 are in the Parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/101 LOCH A' BHEALAICH Loch a' Bhealaich Loch a' Bhealaich Loch a' Bhealaich Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 068 This name applies to a small sheet of water situated on the N. [north] side of the parish boundary and watershed and about ½ mile N. E. [ North-east] of Càrn Dubh. Property of Mr Grant of Glenn Moriston. Name signifies “Loch of the Pass"
OS1/17/21/101 [Page] 101 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff and Urquhart and Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/102 ALLT CREAG BHEITHE Allt Creag Bheithe Allt Creag Bheithe Allt Creag Bheithe Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 053 ; 068 A mountain stream rising on the W. [ West] face of Càrn nan Dubh Lochan flowing in a N. [ North] westerly direction for 1½ miles when it joins the River Moriston. Name signifies “Burn of the Birch Craig"
OS1/17/21/102 CREAG BHEITHE Creag Bheithe Creag Bheithe Creag Bheithe Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 068 A rocky heathy pasture hill situated ½ mile E. [East] of Creag a' Mhadaidh. Property of Mr Grant of Glenn Moriston. Name signifies “Birch Craig"
OS1/17/21/102 MEALL A' BHUIC Meall a' Bhuic Meall a' Bhuic Meall a' Bhuic Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A healthy pasture Hill situated about ½ mile N. [North] of Càrn nan Dubh Lochan. Property of Lord Lovat name signifies " Hill of the he Goat"
OS1/17/21/102 [Page] 102 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff & Urquhart & Glenmoriston Meall a' Bhuic - In the parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Creag Bheithe - In the parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston Allt Creag Bheithe - In the parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/103 CARN DUBH Càrn Dubh Càrn Dubh Càrn Dubh Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 068 A rocky heathy pasture Hill situated about ½ S. W. [ South-west] of Loch Bhealaich & on the watershed. Property of Mr Grant of Glenn Moriston. Name signifies “Black Cairn"
OS1/17/21/103 CARN TARSUINN Càrn Tarsuinn Càrn Tarsuinn Càrn Tarsuinn Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 067 ; 068 A rocky heathy pasture Hill situated on the watershed & Parish Boundary & about 1 mile S.W. [ South West] of Càrn Dubh. Property of Mr Grant of Glenn Moriston. Name signifies “Grass Cairn"
OS1/17/21/103 LOCH TARSUINN Loch Tarsuinn Loch Tarsuinn Loch Tarsuinn Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr J. McMillan 068 A small sheet of water situated on the N. [North] side of Càrn Tarsuinn. Name signifies “Grass Loch"
OS1/17/21/103 [Page] 103 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston
OS1/17/21/104 ALLT A' MHADAIDH Allt a' Mhadaidh Allt a' Mhadaidh Allt a' Mhadaidh Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A mountain stream rising about ¼ mile W. [West] of Loch Bhealaich & flows in a westerly direction for 1½ miles when it joins with River Moriston. Name signifies "Burn of the Dog"
OS1/17/21/104 CREAG A' MHADAIDH Creag a' Mhadaidh Creag a' Mhadaidh Creag a' Mhadaidh Mr Alexander Fraser, gamekeeper, Portclair Rev. [Reverend] John MacDonald Fort Augustus Mr John McMillan Fort Augustus 054 A rocky heathy pasture Hill situated on the watershed side of River Moriston. Property of Mr Grant of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "Craig of the Dog"
OS1/17/21/104 COIRE A' MHADAIDH Coire a' Mhadaidh Coire a' Mhadaidh Coire a' Mhadaidh Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan This name applies to a heathy pasture hollow situated about ½ mile N. W. [North west] of Loch Bhealaich. Property of Mr Grant of Glenmoriston. Name Signifies "Hollow of the Dog"
OS1/17/21/104 [Page] 104 County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart & Glenmor
OS1/17/21/105 ALLT A' MHUILINN Allt a' Mhuilinn Allt a' Mhuilinn Allt a' Mhuilinn Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A mountain stream rising on the east face of Càrn nan Dubh Lochan flowing in an easterly direction a distance of 1 3/4 miles when it enters Loch Ness. Name signifies "Burn of the Mill"
OS1/17/21/105 BURACH Burach Burach Burach Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A rocky heathy pasture hill situated about ½ a mile E. [East] of Meall a' Bhuic & about 1 mile W. [West] of Loch a' Mhuilinn. Property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle, by Beauly.
OS1/17/21/105 LOCH A' MHUILINN Loch a' Mhuilinn Loch a' Mhuilinn Loch a' Mhuilinn Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A small sheet of water situated about ¾ mile west of Easter Portclair. Property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Lock of the Mill"
OS1/17/21/105 [Page] 105 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/106 ALLT NA CRICHE Allt na Crìche Allt na Crìche Allt na Crìche Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A mountain stream rising about ½ mile S. [South] of Càrn nan Dubh Lochan flowing in a S. [South] easterly direction for 1½ miles when it joins Loch Ness near Ard Uisge. Namely signifies "March Burn"
OS1/17/21/106 CARN AN DOIRE MHOIR Càrn an Dira Mhoir Càrn an Dira Mhoir Càrn an Dira Mhoir Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A rocky heathy pasture Hill situated between Allt Crìche & Allt a' Mhuilinn. Property of Lord Lovat-name signifies "Càrn of the big Grove"
OS1/17/21/106 DRUIM NA GARBH LEACHTRACH Druim na Garbh Leachtrach Druim na Garbh Leachtrach Druim na Garbh Leachtrach Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 This name is applied to a brae covered with Birch Wood situated about ½ mile N. [North] of Ard Uisge & near Loch Ness. Property of Lord Lovat name signifies "Rough slope of the ridge"
OS1/17/21/106 [Page] 106 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Càrn an Doire Mhoir - Altered on suggestion by Capt. [Captain] Parsons RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/21/107 ALLT CARN AN DOIRE MHOIR Allt Càrn an Dira Mhoir Allt Càrn an Dira Mhoir Allt Càrn an Dira Mhoir Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 A mountain stream having its source ½ mile N.[North] of Càrn an Dira Mhoir & flows into Allt na Crìche. Name signifies "Burn of the rock of the big Grove".
OS1/17/21/107 ARD UISGE Ard Uisge Ard Uisge Ard Uisge Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 This name is applied to a small hill or knoll at Loch Ness & near Allt na Crìche. Property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Fir Point".
OS1/17/21/107 [Page] 107 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Allt Càrn an Doire Mhoir -Altered on suggestion by Capt. [Captain] Parsons RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/21/108 [Page] 108 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine and Abertarff Portclair Forest - listed on original page but has been crossed out - note written on page - Name cancelled. See memo from Col. [Colonel] Cameron C.B. R.E. [Royal Engineers] dated 26th Sept. [September] 1869. with Maj. [Major] Gen. [General] Sir H. James' decision on writing Deer Forest on the Ordnance Sruvey Plans of Scotland. John T Hoban January 5. 1870 Capt. [Captain] Auchteraw Wood - Roman Print - For authorities and description see name book of sheet 83. Written in situation column - Sheet 68 trace 4 and Sheet 83. Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixons work.
OS1/17/21/108 Portclair Forest is listed on page 42B in this volume.
OS1/17/21/109 EASTER PORTCLAIR (In Ruins) Easter Portclair Easter Portclair Easter Portclair Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 Croft houses in ruins. property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/109 WESTER PORTCLAIR (In Ruins) Wester Portclair (in ruins) Wester Portclair (in ruins) Wester Portclair (in ruins) Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 Croft houses in ruins. Property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly.
OS1/17/21/109 [Page] 109 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/110 GOBHAR SGIATHACH Gobhar Sgiathach Gobhar Sgiathach Gobhar Sgiathach Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 068 This name is applied to a cliff situated at Loch Ness side near Port clair Burn. Property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Goat wing" The Winged
OS1/17/21/110 INNERACK BURN Innerack Burn Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 053 ; 068 A small stream rising about ¼ mile E. [East] of Loch a' Mhnilinn, flowing in a S. [South] easterly direction & entering Loch Ness near the 29th Mile stone from Inverness.
OS1/17/21/110 PORTCLAIR BURN Portclair Burn Portclair Burn Portclair Burn Mr A. Fraser Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McMillan 053 ; 068 A small stream rising on the face of Burach flowing in a S. [South] easterly direction & entering Loch Ness near Gobhar Sgiathach
OS1/17/21/110 [Page] 110 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/111 CARN NA LARACH BAINE Càrn na Làrach Baine Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr A. Fraser, keeper, Portclair Mr H. MacDonald. 068 A conspicuous eminence situated immediately east of Leachd Mhor the property of A. J. Fraser Esq. of Abertarff. Name signifies "The White Mares Càrn"
OS1/17/21/111 LEACHD MHOR Leachd Mhòr Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr H. MacDonald Mr A. McPherson 067 ; 068 This name signifies "Big Declivity" and is applied to the face of the hill situated west of Càrn na Làrach Baine. The property of A. F. Fraser Esq. of Abertarff
OS1/17/21/111 MEALL A' GHRIANAIN Meall a' Ghrianain Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell Mr H. McDonald 068 ; 069 This name signifies "Hill of the Sunny side" and is applied to a small eminence situated immediately North East of Lochan Mam Chuill.
OS1/17/21/111 [Page] 111 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/112 BEINN A' BHACAIDH Beinn a' Bhacaidh Mr Stewart, schoolmaster, Boleskine Mr J. Campbell Dalchapple Mr Richmond, Keeper, Knockie 068 ; 069 A very conspicuous and isolated rocky eminence situated immediately east of Loch Ness. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "Hill of Obstruction or Hinderance"
OS1/17/21/112 LOCHAN MAM-CHUILL Lochan mam-chuill Mr Hay each. MacDonald, Fort Augustus. Mr A. McPherson, Glendocbeg. Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean, F. C. [Free Church] Errogie 068 A small mountain Loch situated south east of Beinn a' Bhacaidh, name signifies " Small Lock of the Big Shick"
OS1/17/21/112 YEW TREE [Beinn a' Bhacaidh] 068 On the face of this hill [Beinn a' Bhacaidh] and about 30 chains North West from its summit is a large Yew tree supposed to be 700 years old.
OS1/17/21/112 [Page] 112 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/113 ALLT NA FEARNA Allt na Feàrna Allt na Feàrna Allt na Feàrna Allt na Feàrna Mr D. Stewart. Mr H. MacDonald. Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean 068 This stream collects on the South face of Càrn Tarsuinn and flows in a south easterly direction until it joins the Auchteraw Burn. Name signifies "The Alder Burn"
OS1/17/21/113 CNOC NA FOIDE Cnoc na Fòide Mr D. McDonald. Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean 067 ; 068 A small eminence situated immediately south of Leachd Mhòr. Name signifies "The Turf Knowe"
OS1/17/21/113 CREAG AN IAR-FHALAITH Creag an Iar-Fhalaith Mr D. McDonald. Mr A. Fraser. Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean 068 This name signifies "The Earls Craig" and is applied to a small rocky eminence situated about ½ a mile north west of Fort Augustus. The property of A. J. Fraser Esq.
OS1/17/21/113 [Page] 113 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/114 AUCHTERAW BURN Auchteraw Burn Mr H. MacDonald Mr McPherson Mr A. Fraser 067 ; 068 ; 083 A considerable mountain stream rising on Burn Bhan and flowing in South easterly direction until it joins the River Oich.
OS1/17/21/114 GLENDOEMORE Glendoemore Mr H. McDonald Mr McPherson, keeper,Glendocbeg 068 This name applies to a one storey houses, all that now remains of a farmhouse but at present uninhabited
OS1/17/21/114 MARKET STANCE [S of Fort Augustus] Market Stance Mr D. McDonald Mr McLeod, postmaster, Fort Augustus Mr McPherson Mr E. McDonald, Strath Errick 068 This name applies to a tract of moorland on which is a cattle Fair or market is held once a year, that is, about the beginning of June. It is situated about ½ miles south of Fortaugustus and the property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/114 [Page] 114 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Market Stance - This market is held by the permission of the proprietor Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/115 FORT AUGUSTUS [fort] Fort Augustus Mr Petrie Factor Beauly. Mr McLeod, postmaster Rev. [Reverend] John McDonald. St Peter's Chapel 068 Fort Augustus is situated in a pleasant opening in the hills at the South Western extremity of Loch Ness. Between them mouth of the river Oich and a small mountain stream called the Tarff. It was erected in 1730 to overawe some of the highland clans who were inclined to disturb the peace of the country, with a view to restore the exiled family of Stuart. The fort is of a square form with four bastions, mounting twelve six pounders. It is defended by a ditch covered way and glacis, and has accommodation for 300 men - the barracks having been constructed for one field officer, four captains, twelve subalterns and 280 rank and file.It was taken in 1746 by the troop of Prince Charlie, and after the Battle of Culloden, it served for a time, as headquarters for the Duke of Cumber land. It is still kept in repair, but having become useless, the ordnance was sent to Fort George, by order of the government. See guide to Inverness. A few years ago, it was purchased by Lord Lovat from the government, and is now used as a private dwelling, and rented by work people & it bears the date 1738 on one of the leaden spouts attached to the house forming the chief entrance.
OS1/17/21/115 [Page] 115 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/115A [Page] 115A 804/76 Coll. [Colonel] Bayly, Will you please say how this village should be written. RM Parsons Lt. Coll. [Lieutenant Colonel] 3-5-76. "Fortaugustus" as authorised JB Capt. RE [Captain Royal Engineers] 4/5/76 Lt Cl. [Lieutenant Colonel] Parsons How have the Villages of Fort Willian and Fort George been written ? J Bayly Capt. RE [Captain Royal Engineers] 4/5/76 Capt [Captain] Bayly "Fortwiliam" but there is no village shewn on our plans at "Fort George"
OS1/17/21/115B [Page] 115B [continued] "Fortaugustus" is written to the villages on our plans, but these compounds involving proper names, though according to survey usage look ridiculous in my idea RM Parsons Lt. Coll. [Lieutenant Colonel] 4-5-76.
OS1/17/21/115C [Page] 115 C [These are loose items, notes which the surveyors have pinned to the volume as relevant to the work] [continued] A Letter from the Ordnance Survey Office Southampton [dated] 13th June 1883 Mr Peter Dear Sir Your name is given as an authority for spelling the name of the village of “Fort Augustus” thus: "Fortaugustus" all in one word and with a small "a" for Augustus. As I am confident this is an error I would be glad if you will be good enough to state hereon what you consider to be the correct way of writing the name. I am, Dear Sir yours faithfully G. Herb Boland [Major] RE [Royal Engineers] [A reply written in the margin on the same letter] I never saw Fort Augustus spelt otherwise than as I have put it here, except in a telegram when A was put Fortaugustus to be committed as one word. [Signed] J. M. Peter Lovat Estate Office Beauly Inverness
OS1/17/21/116 FORT AUGUSTUS [village] Fort Augustus Fort Augustus Fort Augustus Mr Petrie, Factor Mr McLeod, Post Office Rev. [Reverend] J McDonald, St Peter's 068 This is a small village, composed of houses, nearly all of which are one story high, and for the most part thatched, and only in middling condition. It is situated at the south western end of Loch Ness and where the Caledonian Canal enters that lock. It is said to contain 250 inhabitants, and is partly on the estate of Lord Lovat, and partly on the property of A. J. Fraser Esq. Of Glentarff House
OS1/17/21/116 RIVER OICH River Oich River Oich River Oich Rev. [Reverend] J McDonald Mr McLeod Mr Petrie 068 ; 083 This is a considerable sized river which runs out of the Loch of the same name, and holds an easterly direction for about four miles when it enters Loch Ness at Fort Augustus it is an Anglicised gaelic name.
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OS1/17/21/116 [Page] 116 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Fort Augustus - I see letter attached, name altered on plans & by order I Byrue 18th June '83 [1883] River Oich - The remainder of this River is in Lieut [Lieutenant] [???] work
OS1/17/21/116 Cant read [???] in extras under River Oich
OS1/17/21/117 BALANTOUL BURN Balantoul Burn George Masson, Fort Augustus Mr H. McDonald 068 A small mountain stream flowing from a small loch between Càrn Dubh and Càrn na Làrach Baine, and taking its course in South easterly direction until it joins the River Oich about 10 chains south of the free Church
OS1/17/21/117 BATTERY ROCK Battery Rock Mr H. McDonald Mr A. McPherson Mr McLeod Mr A. Fraser 068 This name is applied to a rocky eminence situated a little more than a ¼ mile north of Fort Augustus. It has a good command of the fort. It was here that Prince Charlie is supposed to have planted his cannon at his attempt to storm the fort in 1746
OS1/17/21/117 [Page] 117 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/118 ALLT A' BHROCHAIN Allt a' Bhrochain Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr A. Fraser Mr H. McDonald 068 This stream is formed by the junction of several small streams the short distance north of Inchnacardoch past which house it flows in a south easterly direction until it joins Loch Ness immediately north of Battery Rock. Name signifies " Gruel Burn"
OS1/17/21/118 EILEAN BAN Eilean Bàn Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean John Peters Esq. Factor Beauly Mr A. McPherson, keeper Glendochbeg Mr H. McDonald Fort Augustus 068 This name signifies "White Island" and is applied to a large islands situated in Loch Tarff. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly. Invs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/118 [Page] 118 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/119 ALLT AN DUBHAIR Allt an Dubhair Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr H. McDonald Mr A. McPherson 068 ; 083 This name signifies "Burn of the Shade" and is supplied to a small stream having its source on the farm of Torniviot, and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins Loch Ness.
OS1/17/21/119 AN SLEACHD An Sleachd Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr A. McPherson Mr D. McDonald 068 This name is applied to a very precipitous portion of General Wade's Military Road about one mile from Fort Augustus in the direction of Inverness. Name signifies "The Steepe"
OS1/17/21/119 BRIDGE OF TARFF Bridge of Tarff Mr McLeod Mr McPherson Mr D. Stewart 068 A wooden bridge crossing the river Tarff immediately contiguous to Fort Augustus, and on General Wade's Military Road from Fort Augustus to Inverness. It is a county bridge.
OS1/17/21/119 [Page] 119 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Allt an Dubhair - on 83 Lieut. [Lieutenants] Nixon's work
OS1/17/21/120 BRIDGE OF OICH Bridge of Oich Mr McLeod Mr McPherson Mr D. Munro 068 This was originally a stone bridge of apparently 2 arches, but some years ago a portion was washed away and only one arch remains. The deficiency being made up by a wooden structure. It is situated immediately north of Fort Augustus and crossing the River Oich, near its junction with Loch Ness, and on the County road from Fort Augustus to Inverness.
OS1/17/21/120 TOM A' MHOID Tom a' Mhòid Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr H. McDonald Mr A. McPherson 068 ; 083 This name signifies "The Court Hill" and is applied to an eminence situated a short distance South east of the farmhouse of Borlum so named from the supposition that Assemblies or Courts were held here. the property of a. J. Fraser Esq. of Abertarff. It is a natural feature.
OS1/17/21/120 [Page] 120 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Tom a' Mhòid - 83 Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixon's work Bridge of Oich - It is a county bridge
OS1/17/21/121 CHERRY ISLAND Cherry Island Cherry Island Cherry Island F. I. Rufford Esq. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr J. McLeod 068 This name is given to a small circular island, in a bay at the southern end of Loch Ness covered with a mixture of fir and hard wood trees, it is the property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/121 INCHNACARDOCH Inchnacardoch Inchnacardoch Inchnacardoch F. I. Rufford it Esq. Tenant Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr James McLeod. Post Office 068 This is a large dwelling house two stories high, and having suitable offices detached both of which are slated and kept in excellent condition. A. J. Fraser Esq. Proprietor
OS1/17/21/121 POST OFFICE [Inchnacardoch] Post Office Post Office Post Office Mr James McLeod, tenant Rev. [Reverend] J. McCall Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald 068 This is a dwelling house, two stories and situated in Bunoich near the river Oich. It is slated and in good order. There is a travelling post in connection with Glenmoriston, who leaves at 12.50. A.m. daily, and returns at 11.40. P.m. It is on the property of A. J. Fraser Esq. Glentarff
OS1/17/21/121 [Page] 121 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/122 BUNOICH Bonoich Bonoich Bonoich Revd. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod Revd. [Reverend] J Menzies, Ph. [Parish] minister 068 This name is given to that portion of Fortaugustus which lies on the west side of the River Oich, and is composed chiefly, of houses one story high, thatched, and only in a middling state of repair. A. J. Fraser Esq. of Glentarff proprietor
OS1/17/21/122 FREE CHURCH [Bunoich] Free Church Free Church Free Church Revd. [Reverend] J. McCall, Minister Revd. [Reverend] J McDonald Mr McLeod 068 This is a rectangular slated building, situated on a knoll in Bunoich, and seated to contain 280 persons. It is a substantial building and kept in good order. It is on the property of A. J. Fraser Esq. of Glentarff but belongs to the congregation
OS1/17/21/122 MANSE [Free Church, Bunoich] Manse Manse Manse Revd. [Reverend] J. McCall Revd. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod, Post Office 068 This is a large dwelling house recently erected for the free Church minister, it is two stories high with stabling detached a short distance, slated and in good repair it is on the property of A. F. Fraser Esq. But belongs to the congregation
OS1/17/21/122 [Page] 122 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/123 CHURCH (Quoad Sacra) [Fort Augustus] Church (Quoad Sacra) Church (Quoad Sacra) Church (Quoad Sacra) Rev. [Reverend] I. Menzies, Minister Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod 068 This is a small square building built to accommodate the southern portion of the parish. It is seated to contain 200 hearers; it is slated, and in good preservation, it is on Lord Lovat's property
OS1/17/21/123 KING'S INN [Fort Augustus] King's Inn King's Inn King's Inn Mr Agnes McIntosh, tenant Mr McLeod. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald 068 This is a large house, in Fortaugustus, 2 stories high, with stabling and other offices attached, both of which are slated, and in middling repair. Lord Lovat, proprietor
OS1/17/21/123 SCHOOL [Fort Augustus] School School School Rev. [Reverend] I. Menzies Rev. [Reverend]J. McDonald Mr McLeod 124 This is a tolerable sized building situated near the Quoad Sacra parish church of Fortaugustus, it is the Quoad Sacra parish school for this place, and where the ordinary rudimentary [???] of education as taught. Average attendance 40.
OS1/17/21/123 [Page] 123 6 inch sheet 68 County of Inverness -- ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/123 [???] Means I cannot read. Maybe 'nuances' but cannot be sure
OS1/17/21/124 CALEDONIAN CANAL Caledonian Canal Caledonian Canal Caledonian Canal Mr McBean, lock keeper. Mr McLeod Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald 068 ; 083 This canal was commenced in 1803 and opened in 1822 for passenger steamers, and ships of small tonage [tonnage]. It was projected by, and is owned by a company and the cost of making is said to have cost upward of a million sterling. From its extreme northern to its southern end is 62 miles.
OS1/17/21/124 LOCH NESS Loch Ness Loch Ness Loch Ness Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Rev. [Reverend] J. McCall Mr McLeod 041 ; 053 ; 054 ; 068 ; 069 This is the largest freshwater loch in Scotland, being about 27 miles long, and averaging nearly a mile in with [width], and extending from Fortaugustus to Lochend. It is said to be nearly 200 fathoms deep in some parts, and very deep throughout, and has never been known to have been frozen over.
OS1/17/21/124 [Page] 124 County of Inverness -- 6 inch sheet 68 --Ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff Caledonian Canal - A fuller description of this name will be found in the Name Book of the ph. [parish] of Inverness and Bona
OS1/17/21/125 BORLUM Borlum Borlum Borlum Mr Andrew Kyle. Tenant. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod 068 ; 083 This is a farmhouse two stories high, with numerous offices attached; the former slated; the latter thatched, and both in good repair. A. J. Fraser Esq. Proprietor
OS1/17/21/125 BORLUM HILL Borlum Hill Borlum Hill Borlum Hill Mr Kyle, Borlum, farm. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod 068 ; 083 This is a considerable sized hill covered with heather, and slightly rocky, situated about a mile South east of Fortaugustus, and a short distance from the farm house of Borlum from which it derives its name. It is on the property of A. J. Fraser Esq.
OS1/17/21/125 RIVER TARFF River Tarff River Tarff River Tarff Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald. Mr McLeod Mr Petrie, Factor, Beauly 068 ; 083 ; 084 ; 098 This is a small river, which rises in the mountains about ten miles south of Fortaugustus, and falls in a northerly direction until it enters the southern end of Loch Ness at Fort Augustus
OS1/17/21/125 [Page] 125 County of Inverness 6 inch sheet 68 River Tarff - The remainder of this river is in Lieut [Lieutenant] Nixon's work Borlum - The remainder of this house is in Lieut [Lieutenant] Nixon's work
OS1/17/21/126 GLENTARFF INN Glentarff Inn Glentarff Inn Glentarff Inn Mr Hugh Munro, tenant Mr McLeod Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald 068 This is a dwelling house, two stories high, with outhouses attached, slated, and in fair state of repair. Lord Lovat proprietor, Beaufort Castle, by Beauly
OS1/17/21/126 ST PETER'S CHAPEL (Roman Catholic) St Peter's Chapel (Roman Catholic) St Peter's Chapel (Roman Catholic) St Peter's Chapel (Roman Catholic) Rev. [Reverend] John McDonald, Minister Mr McLeod, Post Office Rev. [Reverend] J.McCall 068 This is the Roman Catholic chapel for the district, and is a good sized building, with the chapel, and Chapelry under one roof. It was built in 1842 to accommodate two hundred hearers; is slated, and in thorough repair. It is on the property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/126 MARKETHILL Markethill Markethill Markethill Mr Petrie, Factor Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod 068 This name is applied to two crofter's houses, one two stories high, and slated; the other, one story high thatched; and both in fair repair. They are the property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/126 [Page] 126 6 inch sheet 68 County of Inverness
OS1/17/21/127 CORRIE'S CAVE Corrie's Cave Corrie's Cave Corrie's Cave Mr McPherson, Game Keeper, Glendoe beg. Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod. Post Office 068 This name is given to a large fissure in a rock in a small craig which lies on the eastern side of Loch Ness. and about 2 ½ miles from Fortaugustus. The cave is said to be about 200 feet long sloping downwards. It takes its name from a sheep stealer of that name, who along with his wife are said to have to lived for years in this dismal place, without either fire or light. It is on Lord Lovat's estate.
OS1/17/21/127 HORSESHOE CRAIG Horseshoe Craig Horseshoe Craig Horseshoe Craig Mr McPherson, Game Keeper Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald Mr McLeod. 068 this name is given to a high bold craig situated on the eastern side of Loch Ness, about 4 miles from Fortaugustus. It takes its name from its resemblance to the shape of a horseshoe.
OS1/17/21/127 [Page] 127 County of Inverness 6 inch sheet 68
OS1/17/21/128 GLENDOEBEG Glendoe beg Glendoe beg Glendoe beg Alexander McPherson Tenant Mr McLeod Rev. [Reverend] J. McDonald 068 This is a small dwelling house, one story high, with outbuildings attached the whole thatched and in fair condition Lord Lovat proprietor Beaufort Castle by Beauly
OS1/17/21/128 [Page] 128 County of Inverness 6 inch sheet 68 Blàr an Righe--For authorities & description see name book of 6 inch sheet 83
OS1/17/21/129 ALLT AN REIDHEAN Allt an Reidhean Rev. [Reverend]John McLean Mr A. MacPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 This name signifies " The burn of the grave or hollow" and is applied to a small mountain stream collecting on the moor south of, and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins the Allt Doe
OS1/17/21/129 GLEN DOE Glen Doe John Peters Esq. Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr A. McPherson Mr H. MacDonald 068 ; 083 This name applies to a wooded Glen extending along the water of Doe from near its source at Coire shellach, to the point at which this water joins Loch Ness in Glen Albyn the property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/129 [Page] 129 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Allt an Reidhean - The remaining portion of this stream is in Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixon's Work.
OS1/17/21/130 ALLT DOE Water of Doe John Peters Esq. Estate Maps Mr H. MacDonald Mr A. McPherson 068 ; 083 This name applies to a large mountain stream collecting in Coire Shellach and flowing through Glen Doe in a North westerly direction until it joins Loch Ness a short distance south of Corrie's Cave
OS1/17/21/130 GLEN ALBYN Glen Albyn Rev. [Reverend] John McLean, F. C. [Free Church] Manse, Errogie Mr D. Stewart, Schoolmaster, Boleskine. Mr A. McPherson. Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre, Boleskine. Mr H. MacDonald 041; 053; 054; 067; 068; Glen Albyn on the Great Glen of Caledonia, extends from the Moray Firth at Inverness to Loch Linnhe on the West Coast. The Caledonian Canal passes through it and in it there are several lochs the principle of which is Loch Ness. The scenery of this glen is very picturesque
OS1/17/21/130 [Page] 130 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Allt Doe/Water of Doe - This name has been referred to Lord Lovat and he has adopted Allt Doe
OS1/17/21/130 No decision has yet been forthcoming as how to annotate the 1/2500 comment
OS1/17/21/131 ABAN BURN Aban Burn Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 A small stream flowing from Loch Tarff in a South westerly direction until it joins the Allt Doe short distance west of Glendoebeg
OS1/17/21/131 CARN NA DREAMAIG Càrn na Dreamaig Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 A small rocky eminence situated immediately south of Murligan Hill. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies " The cairn of the grinning female".
OS1/17/21/131 SPUTAN DUBH Spùtan Dubh Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr A. McPherson Mr H. MacDonald 068 ; 083 This name signifies "The Black Cascade" and is applied to a very small stream collecting on the moor south of, and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins the Allt Doe short distance west of Glendoebeg.
OS1/17/21/131 [Page] 131 County of Inverness -- Ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/132 CARN LEITIR AN LOCHAIN Càrn Leitir an Lochain Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 This Name Signifies "the Cairn Facing or Sloping towards the Loch" and is applied to a small rocky eminence situated immediately south east of Loch Tarff. The property of Lord Lovat.
OS1/17/21/132 RAICH BURN Raich Burn Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 A small stream having its source a short distance South West of Càrn Leitir an Lochain and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins Loch Tarff
OS1/17/21/132 CARN CLACH NA FEARNA Càrn Clach na Feàrna Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 A small rocky eminence situated between Glen Curachan and Càrn Leitir an Lochain. Lord Lovat proprietor. Name Signifies "The Stone Cairn of the Alder".
OS1/17/21/132 [Page] 132 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/133 ALLT EAS MHIC UISDEIN Allt Eas Mhic Uisdein Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr H. McDonald Mr A. McPherson 068 This name signifies, "Burn of McHugh's Fall". And is applied to a small mountain stream collecting on the north face of Murligan Hill, and flowing in a north westerly direction until it joins Loch Ness. A portion of this stream forms the boundary between the estates of Lord Lovat and J. M. Grant Esq.
OS1/17/21/133 CRAIG CORRIE Craig Corrie Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald Mr A. Fraser 068 A small rocky eminence so called from its contiguity to a cave in which an outlaw of the name of Corrie is supposed for many years to have secret it himself, it is situated between Murligan Hill & Loch Ness.
OS1/17/21/133 [Page] 133 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/134 GLEANN CURACHAN Glen Curachan John Peters Esq. Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 ; 069 ; 083 This name applies to a small glen being a continuation of Gleann Eun, along the stream called allt Gleann Eun to its source. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/134 LOCH TARFF Loch Tarff John Peters Esq. Mr A. McPherson Mr H. McDonald 068 A large mountain loch situated south of Beinn a' Bhacaidh and immediately east of Murligan Hill. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/134 MURLIGAN HILL Murligan Hill John Peters Esq. Factor, Beauly Mr A. McPherson, Keeper Glendocbeg Mr H. McDonald, Borlum Fortaugustus 068 A considerable rocky eminence situated between Loch Tarff and Loch Ness. The whole being the property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly.
OS1/17/21/134 [Page] 134 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff GLEANN CURACHAN - See Name Book of 6 inch sheet 83 of Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixon's Work for this conection. [connection]
OS1/17/21/135 RIVER FECHLIN River Flechlin Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell John Peters Esq. 054 ; 069 A considerable stream flowing from the northern extremity of Loch Killin, and from thence taking its course in a north westerly direction until it joins with Allt an Lòin in forming the river Foyers
OS1/17/21/135 [Page] 135 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/136 KNOCKHOILUM Knochhoilum John Peters Esq. Mr A. MacDonald Mr J. Campbell 069 This name applies to two small farm houses of one story in height with offices attached, in middling repair. The property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle, by Beauly.
OS1/17/21/136 MEALL TARSUINN Meall Tarsuinn Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A considerable rocky eminence situated about ½ a mile south west of Knochhoilum,And forming one of the range called Monadh Laith or Grey Mountains. Name signifies "The Cross Hill"
OS1/17/21/136 [Page] 136 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/137 ALLT NA CEARDAICH Allt na Ceàrdaich Mr Richmond Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A small stream having its source on the east face of Beinn a Bhacaidh and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins Loch nan Lann. Name signifies " The Smithy Burn"
OS1/17/21/137 LOCH NAN LANN Loch nan Lann Mr Richmond Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A small loch immediately to the west of Knockie Lodge. Name signifies "Lock of the Fish Scales" or the swords.
OS1/17/21/137 MONADH DUBH KNOCKIE Monadh Dubh Knockie Mr Richmond Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A slight eminence covered with heathy pasture, and situated between Allt na Ceàrdaich and Allt Dubharach. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Name signifies "Black Hill of Knockie"
OS1/17/21/137 [Page] 137 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/138 ALLT LUAIDHE Allt Luaidhe Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 053 ; 054 ; 069 A stream flowing from Loch nan Lann in a north westerly direction for about ¾ of a mile when it joins Loch Ness; name signifies The Lead Burn"
OS1/17/21/138 KNOCKIE LODGE Knockie Lodge Mr Richmond Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A two storey house with offices attached in good repair and occupied by Sir Shafto Adair as a shooting lodge. The property of J. M. Grant Esq.
OS1/17/21/138 LOCH KNOCKIE Loch Knockie John Peters Esq. Factor Beauly. Mr Richmond, keeper Knockie Lodge. Mr J. Campbell, Shepherd Dalchapel 054 ; 069 A considerable loch situated about 1 mile east of Loch Ness and at the southern extremity of Strath Errick. Partly the property of Lord Lovat and part the property of J. Murray Grant Esq. Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/138 [Page] 138 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/139 ALLT GLIOGACH Allt Gliogach Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A mountain stream having its source about 15 chains east of the 5th mile stone from Fort Augustus to Inverness on General Wade's Military Road, and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins Cumrack Burn. Name signifies "The Tinkling Burn"
OS1/17/21/139 TOM A' MHULLAICH Tom a' Mhullaich Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A small eminence covered with heathy pasture and situated between allt Gleogach and Cumrack Burn. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "Knoll or Hill of the Summit"
OS1/17/21/139 [Page] 139 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/140 ALLT DUBHARACH Allt Dubharach Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A small mountain stream flowing from Lochan Mam Chuill in an easterly direction for about 60 chains. It then changes its course in a northerly direction until it joins Loch nan Lann. Name signifies "The Shady Burn"
OS1/17/21/140 STAC AN LAOSBUIC Stac an Laosbuic Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A small rocky eminence situated immediately to the west of Allt Dubharach. The property of James Murray Grant Esq. Glenmoriston. Name signifies "The He Gòats Rock"!
OS1/17/21/140 [Page] 140 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/141 ARDOCHY Ardochy John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A one story farmhouse with outbuildings attached in middling repair. The property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle, by Beauly.
OS1/17/21/141 GLENBREIN LODGE Glenbrein Lodge Glenbrein Lodge Glenbrayne Lodge John Peters Esq. Factor, Beauly Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Schoolmaster Boleskine 069 A one-storey house formerly used as a shooting lodge, but now occupied by one of Lord Lovat's keepers.
OS1/17/21/141 DALCHAPPLE Dalchapple Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell, Shepherd, Dalchapple A one-storey house thatched and in middling repair occupied by J. Campbell shepherd and the property of James Murray Grant of Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/21/141 [Page] 141 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/142 BEINN MHEADHOIN Beinn Mheadhoin Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A rocky eminence situated about ¾ mile east of Glenbrun Lodge. Partly the property of Lord Lovat and partly the property of Fountaine Walker Esq. of Foyers. Name signifies "Middle Hill"
OS1/17/21/142 CUMRACK BURN Cumrack Burn John Peters Esq. Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A considerable mountain stream flowing from Loch nan Eun in north easterly direction until it joins Allt Breinag.
OS1/17/21/142 INCHUMERY Inchumery Innescummroy Innescummroy John Peters Esq. Factor Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 A one-storey house thatched and in middling repair. Property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly.
OS1/17/21/142 SGOR NA H-IOLAIRE Sgòr nah-lolaire Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 This name applies to a conspicuous rock on the south face of Beinn Mheadhoin. Name signifies "the Eagle's Rock"
OS1/17/21/142 [Page] 142 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/143 ALLT BEAG Allt Beag Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell Mr. D. Fraser Killin Lodge 069 A small mountain stream collecting in Glac an Lòin and flowing in a northerly direction for about 1 mile until it joins the River Fechlin. Name signifies "Little Burn"
OS1/17/21/143 ALLT MOR Allt Mòr Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell Mr. D. Fraser 069 This stream is formed by several small streams which drain a great extent of more land north-west of Càrn Dubh, flowing in a northerly direction and until it joins the River Fechlin. Name signifies "Big Burn"
OS1/17/21/143 UISGEAN GARBHA Uisgean Garbha Mr. John Reid, keeper Gargie Lodge Mr D. Fraser Mr D. Stewart 069 This name is applied to 3 small streams that drain the northern side of Càrn Dubh, and flowing into the River Fechlin about ½ a mile west of Gargie Lodge. Name signifies "The Rough Waters"
OS1/17/21/143 [Page] 143 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff Uisgean Garbha - To be written on plan so as to apply to the 3 streams somewhere as in pencil
OS1/17/21/144 CARN NAN GOBHAR Càrn nan Gobhar Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A small conical rocky eminence situated about 30 chains west of Malagie, the property of J. Walker Esq. of Foyers. Name signifies "Hill or Cairn of the Goats"
OS1/17/21/144 GLAC AN LOIN Glac an Lòin Mr D Stewart Mr J Campbell 069 This name signifies "The Marshy hollow" and is applied to a hollow between Creag an Loin and Beinn Mheadhoin. The joint property of Lord Lovat and Fountaine Walker Esq.
OS1/17/21/144 MALAGIE Malagie Mr. McDonell Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell 069 A one storey house thatched and in good repair. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton House Inverness
OS1/17/21/144 [Page] 144 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/145 ALLT LIATH Allt Laith Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr. John Reid 069 This name signifies "The Grey Burn" and is applied to a mountain stream having its source north west of Marknie Hill and flowing in a westerly direction until it joins Garbh-bhac
OS1/17/21/145 MARKNIE BURN Marknie Burn Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr. John Reid 069 This stream collects S. W. [South West] of Doire Ineurach and flows in a westerly direction until it joins with Allt Fèith a Phuill in forming the stream called Garbh-bhac
OS1/17/21/145 [Page] 145 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/146 ALLT FEITH A' PHUILL Allt Fèith a Phuill Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean Mr John Reid 069 ; 070 A stream flowing out of a Loch of the same name, in a North westerly direction until it joins with Marknie Burn in forming the stream called Garbh-bhac. Name signifies "The Burn of the Mossy Pool"
OS1/17/21/146 [Page] 146 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/147 BURIAL GROUND (Supposed Remains of) [Tom a' Chu-thair] Burial Ground (Supposed Remains of) [Tom a' Chu-thair] Mr D. Fraser Mr J. Reid Mr Gordon Surveyor Beauly 069 On the summit of the above described Knowe [Tom a' Chu-thair] there is to be seen what appears to have been an enclosure of an oval form, the wall of which has long since crumbled down, and is now grown over with heather and grass, giving it the appearance of an earthen embankment. On South West may be seen and opening which is generally supposed to have been the entrance, on one side of this opening is a stone fixed upright in the ground, which may have served as one of the gate posts, immediately within this entrance there are a few flat stones embedded in the ground which are supposed to cover the graves. The supposition is, that it has been a family burying ground. The date of its being disused cannot be ascertained.
OS1/17/21/147 TOM A' CHU-THAIR Tom a' Chu-thair Mr D. Fraser Mr J Reid Mr D. Stewart 069 A small knowe situated immediately to the east of Loch Killin. Name signifies "The Knowe of the Despised Dog"
OS1/17/21/147 [Page] 147 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/148 CARN RUIGH NA CREADHA Càrn Ruigh na Creadha Mr John Reid Mr D. Stewart Mr D. Fraser. 069 A small eminence situated a mile north east of Garragie Lodge. The property of F. Walker Esq. Name signifies "The Cairn of the Clay Shieling"
OS1/17/21/148 GARRAGIE LODGE Garragie Lodge Mr P. McDonnell Mr J. Muir Mr Cameron Post Master 069 A two storey house slated and in good repair used as a shooting lodge. The property of Fountaine Walker Esq. Muirton Ho [House] Inverness.
OS1/17/21/148 GARBH-BHAC Garbh-Bhac Mr John Reid Mr D. Stewart This stream is formed by the junction of Marknie Burn and Allt Feith a Phuill, it then flows in a north westerly direction until it joins the River Fechlin immediately below Garragie Lodge. Name signifies "Rough Water"
OS1/17/21/148 [Page] 148 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/148 Garbh-Bhac - In accordance with the information given in the 'situation' column, I have changed the name from Allt Fah Foile to Allt Feith a Phuill.
OS1/17/21/149 ALLT NA CEARDAICH Allt na Ceàrdaich Mr D. Fraser Mr John Reid Mr D. Stewart 069 ; 070 This stream rises about a mile to the north east of Càrn Ruigh na Creadha and flows in South westerly direction until it joins Garbh-bhac. Name signifies "The Smithy Burn"
OS1/17/21/149 LOCH KILLIN Loch Killin John Peters Esq. Factor Mr D. Fraser Mr J. Reid 069 A considerable loch situated immediately north of Killin Lodge and south of Gargie Lodge, it is partly the property of Lord Lovat and partly F. Walker Esq.
OS1/17/21/149 RIVER KILLIN River Killin Mr D. Fraser Mr J. Reid Mr D. Stewart 069 ; 070 A considerable mountain stream flowing from Loch na Larig in a North westerly direction until it joins Lock Killin. It is known by this name from the junction of Allt Odhar and Glenmarkie Burn
OS1/17/21/149 [Page] 149 County of Inverness — Ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/150 ALLT RUIGH THOMAIS Allt Ruigh Thòmais Mr D. Fraser Mr D. Stewart 069 ; 070 A small mountain stream collecting on the south side of Creag a Phuill and flowing in a westerly direction until it joins the River killin. Name signifies " Burn of Thomas's shieling"
OS1/17/21/150 CREAG A' PHUILL Creag a' Phuill Mr D. Fraser Mr D. Stewart 069 ; 070 This name signifies "Hill of the Mire" and is applied to an eminence immediately to the east of the River Killin. The property of Lord Lovat
OS1/17/21/150 SGOR NA H-IOLAIRE Sgòr na h-Iolaire Mr D. Fraser Mr D. Stewart 069 A conspicuous rock on the west face of Creag a Phuill. Name signifies "The Eagles Rock"
OS1/17/21/150 [Page] 150 County of Inverness — Ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/151 ALLT BREINAG Allt Breinag Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart John Peters Esq. 054 ; 069 ; 083 This is a mountain stream collecting at the southern extremity of Glenn Brein and flowing in a north westerly direction until it joins the river Fetchlin a short distance east of Whitebridge Inn. " Signification not known"
OS1/17/21/151 TULGA BHAN Tulga Bhàn Tulga Bhàn Tulga Bhàn Mr D. Stewart Mr J. Campbell Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean F. C. [Free Church] minister 069 Applied to a conspicuous rock situated at the northern extremity of Creag Glenbrein. Name signifies "The White Rock"
OS1/17/21/151 [Page] 151 County of Inverness -- Ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/152 CARN RUIGH AN T-SEILICH Càrn Ruigh an t-Seilich Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 A small eminence situated on the west of Glen Brein. Name signifies "The Cairn of the Willow sheiling"
OS1/17/21/152 GLEN BREIN Glen Brein John Peters Esq. Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 A narrow glen through which the Breinag runs. The northern extremity is at Glenbrein Lodge; Anglicised
OS1/17/21/152 LEACANN FIADHACH Leacann Fiadhaich Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 This name signifies "The Hillside of the Deer" and is applied to a ridge on the west side of Glenbrein, extending from Doire Gheugach to the southern extremity of Glenbrein.
OS1/17/21/152 [Page] 152 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff LEACANN FIADHACH - altered as suggested by Capt. [Captain] Parsons RE [Royal Engineers] [Referring to LEACANN FIADHACH] - Fiadhach (adj) [Adjacent] Abounding in deer
OS1/17/21/153 ALLT DUBH CUIL NA CREIGE Allt Dubh Cùil na Creige Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 ; 083 This name signifies "Black Burn of the Corner of the hill" and is applied to a mountain stream having its source a short distance south of Uasal-reidh and flowing in a North westerly direction until it joins Allt Breinag.
OS1/17/21/153 CREAG GLENBREIN Creag Glenbrein John Peters Esq. Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 ; 083 This name applies to a rocky ridge extending along the East side of Glen Brein from Allt Dubh Cùil na Creig to the southern extremity of the aforesaid Glenn. The property of Lord Lovat. It is an Anglicised name.
OS1/17/21/153 [Page] 153 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/154 ALLT A' CHOIRE-FHEITHICH Allt a' Choire Fhèithich Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 A mountain stream collecting in Choire Fhèithich and flowing in a North westerly direction until it joins Allt Breinag a short distance north of the junction of Allt Dubh Cùil na Creige with the aforesaid Allt Breinag. Name signifies "Burn of the Boggy Corry"
OS1/17/21/154 BEUL A' CHASAIN Beul a' Chasain Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 This name signifies "Mouth or Opening of the Road or Path" and is applied to a steep ridge situated immediately to the west of Creag an Lòin
OS1/17/21/154 [Page] 154 County of Inverness — Ph [Parish] of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/155 ALLT SPUTACH Allt Spùtach Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 A small mountain stream collecting south of Càrn Mhunge and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins Loch nan Eun. Name signifies "Sprouting Burn"
OS1/17/21/155 CARN MHUNGE Càrn Mhunge Mr J. Campbell, Shepherd, Dalchapple Mr D. Stewart, schoolmaster Boleskine Mr H. McDonald, shepherd, Fort Augustus 069 This name signifies "Mongo's Cairn" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated between Allt Mhunge and Allt Spùtach. The property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly Ivs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/155 LOCH FRAOCHACH Loch Fraochach Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 This name signifies "Healthy Loch" and is applied to a small Loch situated about ¾ of a mile south east of Càrn Mhunge
OS1/17/21/155 [Page] 155 County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/156 ALLT AN LOCH FHRAOCHAICH Allt an Loch Fhraoaich Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 A small mountain stream flowing from Loch Fraochach in North easterly direction until it joins the Cumrack Burn a short distance north of Inchumery. name signifies "Burn of the Healthy Loch"
OS1/17/21/156 CARN NAM BREABADAIR Càrn nam Breabadair Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 A small rocky eminence situated about 30 chains east of Cumrack Burn. name signifies "Cairn or Hill of the Weavers".
OS1/17/21/156 CAS NAM MEIRLEACH Càs nam Meirleach Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 This name signifies "Distress of the Thieves" and is applied to a small rocky gorge between two hills, it is situated about a ¼ 4 mile east of Loch nan Eun.
OS1/17/21/156 [Page] 156 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff [Allt an Loch Fhraochaich] - Altered as suggested by Capt. [Captain] Parsons RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/21/157 SUIDHE CHUIMEIN Suidhe Chuimein Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr Hugh MacDonald Fort Augustus Mr McPherson, keeper, Glendoebeg 069 This name signifies "Cummings's Seat", and is applied to cairn of stones situated about ¼ of a mile north of the 5th milestone from Fort Augustus on General Wade's Military Road from that place to Inverness. Some say that on this spot, one of the chieftains of the Clan Cumming, while on the way to visit some of his dependence, fell sick and died. While others say, that he was pursued from Fort Augustus by some of his Clansmen and killed at this spot on account of his misdeeds, and was buried at the old burying ground a short distance south of Fort Augustus which bears the name of Cill Chuimein "Cummings Burial Ground" and this chieftain is supposed to have been the first buried there.
OS1/17/21/157 [Page] 157 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/158 ALLT NA BA GLAISE Allt na Bà Glaise Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr John Reid 069 This name signifies "The Grey Cow's Burn" and is applied to a small mountain stream collecting a short distance West of Càrn Ruigh na Creadha, and flowing in a southerly direction until it joins Garbh-bhac a short distance from its junction with the River Fechlin.
OS1/17/21/158 ALLT NA CAILLICH Allt na Caillich Rev. [Reverend] John McLean Mr H. McDonald Mr John Reid 069 A small mountain stream collecting South East of Leachd na Cisteachan and flowing in a South Westerly direction until it joins the River Fechlin about 15 chains east of Knockhrilum. Name signifies "The Old Woman's Burn"
OS1/17/21/158 [Page] 158 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/159 DOIRE GHEUGACH Doire Gheugach Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 068 This name signifies "The Branchy Wood" and is applied to a patch of birch trees at the north western extremity of Leacann Finadhaich.
OS1/17/21/159 CARN AN T-SUIDHE Càrn an t-Suidhe Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 068 A rocky eminence situated a short distance west of the 5th milestone from Fort Augustus to Inverness on General Wade's military Road. Name signifies " The Resting Cairn"
OS1/17/21/159 [Page] 159 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff ALLT MHUNGE - cancelled, see page 161
OS1/17/21/160 ALLT GLEANN NAN EUN Allt Gleann nan Eun Mr C. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr H. McDonald 068 ; 069 ; 083 This name signifies "Burn of the Glen of the Birds and is applied to a mountain stream collecting at the head of Glen Curachan and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins Loch Nan Eun.
OS1/17/21/160 GLEANN NAN EUN Gleann nan Eun Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr H. McDonald 069 A small glen extending from the north east end of Glen Curachan to the north eastern extremity of Loch nan Eun. Name signifies "Glen of the Birds"
OS1/17/21/160 LOCH NAN EUN Loch Nan Eun Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart Mr H. McDonald 069 A small mountain loch situated about a ¼ of a mile to the east of the 5th milestone from Fort Augustus to Inverness on General Wade's Military Road. Name signifies "Lock of the Birds"
OS1/17/21/160 [Page] 160 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/161 ALLT MHUNGE Allt Mhunge Mr J. Campbell Mr Hugh McDonald Mr D. Stewart 069 This name is applied to that part of the stream flowing past the Western base of Carn Mhunge, between the confluence of a small tributary and where it empties itself into Allt Gleann nan Eun. Name signifies "Mongo's Burn". It bears the name of Allt an Eich Dhubh above that nam [name]
OS1/17/21/161 COIRE FEITHEACH Coire Fèitheach Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 This name is applied to a large hollow situated immediately to the west of Uasal-reidh. Name signifies "The Boggy Corry"
OS1/17/21/161 CREAG AN LOIN Creag an Lòin Mr J. Campbell Mr D. Stewart 069 Applied to a rocky eminence situated immediately to the east of Glac an Lòin. Name signifies "The Creag of the Marsh"
OS1/17/21/161 UASAL-REIDH Uasal-reidh Mr D. Fraser Mr D. Stewart 069 This name signifies "Gentle Plain" and is applied to a high flat rate which covered with heathy pasture. Lord Lovat proprietor.
OS1/17/21/161 [Page] 161 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/162 KILLIN LODGE Killin Lodge John Peters Esq. Factor Mr D Fraser. Keeper Mr John Reid 069 A three story house slated and in good repair, used as a shooting lodge. The property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle by Beauly Ivs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/162 TORRAN DUBH Torran Duhb Mr D. Fraser Mr D. Stewart Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean, F. C. [Free Church] minister 069 A small eminence immediately north of Elskin Burn and about 50 chains south of killin Lodge. Name signifies "The Black Knowe"
OS1/17/21/162 ESKIN BURN Elskin Burn Mr D. Fraser Mr John Reid Mr D. Stewart 069 ; 084 A considerable mountain stream having its source in Coire Dubh and flowing in a North easterly direction until it joins the River killin about 20 chains south of Killin Lodge
OS1/17/21/162 [Page] 162 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff [Eskin Burn] - Lieut. [Lieutenant] Nixon's work
OS1/17/21/163 CARN DUBH Càrn Dubh Mr D Fraser Mr D Stewart 069 A large hill situated about 1 mile west of Killin Lodge. Name signifies "Black Cairn"
OS1/17/21/163 COIRE GLAS Coire Glas Mr D Fraser Mr D Stewart John Peters Esq. Factor 069 This name signifies "The Grey Corry" and is applied to a large rocky hollow, situated immediately to the north west of Killin Lodge and south of Creag Acain. The property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly Ivs [Inverness]
OS1/17/21/163 CREAG ACAIN Creag Acain Creag Acain Creag Acain Creag Acain Mr D. Fraser Mr John Reid Mr D. Stewart Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean, F. C. [Free Church] 069 A very conspicuous rock immediately to the west of Loch Killin. Name signifies, "The Weeping or Distressing Rock"
OS1/17/21/163 [Page] 163 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff
OS1/17/21/164 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"
OS1/17/21/164 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"
OS1/17/21/164 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.
OS1/17/21/164 [Page] 164 County of Inverness — Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff [Date and signature] -- A.B. Coddington - Liut. [Lieutenant] RE [Royal Engineers] - 22 Feb [February] 1871
OS1/17/21/165 21 NAME BOOK of part of the parishes of Daviot & Dunlichity, Boleskine & Abertarff, Urquart & Glenmoriston, Dores & Dores [Detached] In 6 Inch Shee's Nos 53, 54, 55, 68 & 69. Also 2500 Work IN THE INVERNESS AND NAIRN
OS1/17/21/166 INDEX [page] 166 OBJECT -- PAGE -- 6 INCH SHEET Abban Burn -- 131 -- LXV111 Aberchalder -- 89 -- LV Aberchalder Burn -- 95 -- LV Achnaconeran -- 17 -- L111 Allt a’ Bhrochain -- 118 -- LXV111 Allt a’ Chinn Mhonaich -- 76 -- L1V Allt a’ Choire Fhéithich -- 154 -- LX1X Allt a’ Choire Ghlais -- 92 -- LV Allt an Dubhair -- 119 -- LXV111 Alltan Geodhach -- 48 -- L1V Allt a’ Ghadaiche -- 25 -- L111 Allt an Loch Fhraochaich -- 156 -- LXIX Allt an Lòin -- 63 -- L1V Allt a’ Mhadaidh -- 104 -- LXV111 Allt a’ Mhinn -- 83 -- L1V Allt a’ Mhuilinn -- 105 -- LXV111 Allt a’ Reidhean -- 129 -- LXV111 Allt a’ Phloda -- 93 -- LV Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil -- 90 -- LV Allt Aiteachaidh -- 56 -- L1V Allt Beag -- 143 -- LX1X Allt Bhlàir -- 3 -- L11 Allt Breinag -- 151 -- LX1X Allt Carnach -- 164 -- LX1X Allt Càrn an Doire Mhoir -- 107 -- Allt Càrn Coire Rainich -- 6 -- LXV111 Allt Ceann an Achaidh -- 12 -- LXV111 Allt Choire Chais -- 40 -- LXV111 Allt Coinneag -- 35 -- LXV111 Allt Coire an Daimh -- 31 -- LXV111 Allt Creagach Beag -- 95 -- LV Allt Doe -- 130 -- LXV111 Allt Doirean na Smeòraich -- 96 -- LV Allt Doire an Lòin -- 96 -- LV Allt Dubhach -- 85 -- LV Allt Dubharach -- 140 -- LX1X Allt Dubh Cùil na Creige -- 153 -- LX1X Allt Eas Mhic Uisdein -- 133 -- LXV111 Allt Feith a' Phuill -- 146 -- LX1X Allt Gille Bhiora -- 38 -- L111 Allt Gleann nan Eun -- 160 -- LX1X ALLT Gliogach -- 139 -- LX1X Allt Leachd Gowrie -- 68 -- L1V Allt Liath -- 145 -- LX1X Allt Loch na Criche -- 4 -- L111 Allt Loch Paitich -- 67 -- L1V Allt Loch na Scorthach -- 74 -- L1V Allt Loch an t-Sionnaich -- 22 -- L111 Allt Luaidhe -- 145 -- LX1X Allt Mòr -- 143 -- LX1X Allt Mhunge -- 159 -- LX1X [Cancelled See Page 161] Allt na Ba Glaise -- 158 -- LX1X Allt na Caillich -- 158 -- LX1X Allt na Ceardaich -- 137 -- LX1X Allt na Ceardaich -- 149 -- LX1X Allt na Crìche -- 17 -- L111 Allt na Crìche -- 89 -- LV Allt na Crìche106 -- LXV111 Allt na Fearna -- 113 -- LXV111 Allt nan Gobhar -- 20 -- L111 Allt nan Saighead -- 20 -- L111 Allt na Saobhaidhe -- 94 -- LV Allt na Seabhaig -- 64 -- L1V Allt Reidh Uisdein -- 8 -- L111 Allt Ruadh -- 21 -- L111 Allt Ruighe Bhacain -- 78 -- L1V Allt Ruighe Doilleirich -- 32 -- L111 Allt Ruigh Thòmais -- 150 -- LX1X Alltsigh -- 79 -- L1V Allt Spùtach -- 62 -- L1V Allt Uisg an t-Sithein -- 100 -- L1V
OS1/17/21/167 [Page] 167 [INDEX] Name -- Page -- 6 inch sheet An Doirlinn -- 54 -- L1V An Sleachd -- 119 -- LXV111 An Slochd Dubh -- 13 -- L111 An Jur -- 28 -- L111 Ardochy -- 141 -- LX1X Ard Uisge -- 107 -- LXV111 Auchteraw Burn -- 114 -- LXV111 Auchteraw Wood -- 108 -- LXV111 Balantoul Burn -- 117 -- LXV111 Battery Rock -- 117 -- LXV111 Bailebeg -- 57 -- L1V Bealach an Aodaich -- 15 -- L111 Beinn a' Bhacaidh -- 112 -- LXV111 Beinn Bhùraich -- 99 -- LV Beinn Duhb-choire -- 93 -- LV Beinn Mheadhoin -- 97 -- LV Beinn Mheadhoin -- 142 -- LX1X Beinn Shleamhainn -- 17 -- L111 Beinn Sgorach -- 82 -- L1V Bonagour's Cave -- 47 -- L1V Borlum -- 125 -- LXV111 Borlum Hill -- 125 -- LXV111 Blàr an Righe -- 128 -- LXV111 Bridge of Tarff -- 119 -- LXV111 Bunoich -- 122 -- LXV111 Bunkegivie -- 57 -- L1V Burial Grounds (Supposed Remains of) -- 147 -- LX1X Caledonian Canal -- 124 -- LXV111 Coachan chaoruninn -- 100 -- LV Caochan na Muic -- 26 -- Caochan Sneachdach -- 89 -- LV Caochan Sneachdach -- 164 -- LX1X Càrn a' Bhreabadair -- 46 -- L1V Càrn a' Choire Leith -- 16 -- Càrn an Doire Mhoir -- 106 -- LXV111 Carn a' Mheallain Odhair -- 7 -- Càrn an Ruighe Dhuibh -- 14 -- LXV111 Càrn an Tuairneir -- 15 -- L111 Càrn an t-Seanna-bhlàir -- 4 -- L111 Càrn an t-Suidhe -- 159 -- LX1X Càrn Choire Riabhaich -- 97 -- LV Càrn Choire Rainich -- 5 -- L111 Càrn Clach na Feàrna -- 132 -- LXV111 Càrn Cròm a' Ghlinne -- 96 -- LV Càrn Dearg -- 56 -- L1V Càrn Dubh -- 52 -- L1V Càrn Dubh -- 103 -- LXV111 Càrn Dubh -- 163 -- LX1X Càrn Garbh -- 60 -- L1V Càrn Leitir -- 92 -- LV Càrn Leitir an Lochain -- 132 -- LXV111 Càrn Liath -- 90 -- LV Carn Loch a' Bhothain -- 7 -- L111 Càrn Mhie Iamhair -- 99 -- LV Càrn Mhunge -- 155-LX1X Càrn Mòr -- 19 -- L111 Càrn na h-Iolaire -- 12 -- L111 Càrn nam Breabadair -- 156 -- LX1X Càrn na Caorach -- 22 -- L111 Càrn na Dala-riach -- 65 -- L1V Càrn na Dreamaig -- 131 -- LXV111 Càrn nan Dubh Lochan -- 101 -- LXV111 Càrn nan Gobhar -- 144 -- LX1X Càrn na Làrach Baine -- 111 -- LXV111 Càrn na Saobhaidh -- 93 -- LV Càrn na Saobhaidh -- 99 -- LV Càrn Ruigh an t-Seilich -- 152 -- LX1X Càrn Ruigh na Creadha -- 148 -- LX1X Càrn Tarsuinn -- 103 -- LXV111 Càrn Tarsuinn Beag -- 14 -- L11 Cas nam Meirleach -- 156 -- LX1X Cherry Island -- 121 -- LXV111 Church -- 58 -- L1V Clachan an Inbhir -- 34 -- L11
OS1/17/21/168 [Page] 168 [INDEX] [Page] 168 [INDEX] Name -- Page -- 6inch sheet Cnoc a' chaol-lein [Cnoc a' chaol-leim] -- 81 -- L1V Cnoc an t-sionnaich -- 69 -- L1V Cnoc an T-Sìthein -- 59 -- L1V Cnoc Carrach -- 72 -- LX1X Cnoc na Fòide -- 113 -- LXV111 Coille Bhlàir -- 23 -- L111 Coille Livishie -- 30 -- L111 Coille na Feinne -- 32 -- L111 Coire an Daim -- 32 -- L111 Coire a' Mhadaidh -- 104 -- LXV111 Coire Cas -- 40 -- L111 Coire Cumhang -- 164 -- LX1X Coire Dubh -- 97 -- L1V Coire Feitheach -- 161 -- LX1X Coire Garth -- 81 -- L1V Coire Glas -- 98 -- L1V Coire Glas -- 163 -- LX1X Coire Liath -- 21 -- L111 Coire Riabhach -- 59 -- L1V Coire Raineach -- 16 -- L111 Compass -- 65 -- L1V Corriegarth Lodge -- 66 -- L1V Corrie's Cave -- 127 -- LXV111 Craig Corrie -- 133 -- LXV111 Creag Acain -- 163 -- LX1X Creag a' Chait -- 54 -- L1V Creag an Fheadain -- 30 -- L111 Creag a' Ghuibhais -- 75 -- L1V Creag an Iar-Fhalaith -- 113 -- LXV111 Creag an Lòin -- 161 -- LX1X Creag a' Mhadaidh -- 104 -- L1V Creag a' Phuill -- 150 -- LX1X Creag Bhachan -- 40 -- L111 Creag Bhàn -- 39 -- L111 Creag Bheag -- 59 -- L1V Creag Bheithe -- 102 -- LXV111 Creag Bhreac -- 52 -- L1V Creag Dhearg -- 78 -- L1V Creag East a' Chatha -- 27 -- L111 Creag Gleann Choinein -- 91 -- LV Creag Glenbrein -- 153 -- LX1X Creag Loch a' Bhainne -- 24 -- L111 Creag Mòr [Mhor] -- 70 -- L1V Croachy -- 87 -- Croit an Tàilleir -- 36 -- L111 Cullintyre -- 66 -- L1V Cumrack Burn -- 142 -- LX1X Dalcataig -- 31 -- L111 Dalcataig Pier -- 37 -- L111 Dalchapple -- 141 -- LXV111 Dalcrag -- 55 -- L1V Dell -- 65 -- L1V Dell House -- 62 -- L1V Doire Gheugach -- 159 -- LXV111 Drochaid Bhlàir -- 26 -- L111 Drochaid Ceann an Achaidh -- 28 -- L111 Drochaid Eiric -- 23 -- L111 Drochaid nam Buachaillean -- 28 -- L111 Druim an Teampuill -- 53 -- L1V Druim na Garbh Leachtrach -- 106 -- LXV111 Drummussady -- 52 -- L1V Drummussady -- 86 -- L1V Dubh Lochan -- 101 -- LXV111 Dunean -- 31 -- L111 Easter Drummond -- 71 -- L1V Easter Portclair -- 109 -- LXV111 Eilean Bàn -- 118 -- LXV111 Eskin Burn -- 162 -- LX1X FortAugustus -- 116 LXV111 Fort Augustus -- 115LXV111 Free Church -- 122 -- LXV111 Fuaran an Etch Bhàin -- 46 -- LX1X Garbh-Bhac -- 148 -- LX1X Garragie Lodge -- 148 -- LX1X Garthbeg -- 60 -- L1V Garthmore -- 60 -- L1V
OS1/17/21/169 [Page] 169 [INDEX] Name -- page -- 6 inch sheet General Wade's Military Road -- 2 -- L1V Giant’s Cave -- 46 -- L1V Glac nan Uan -- 51 -- L1V Glac an Lòin -- 144 -- LX1X Gleann Choin [Gleann Choinein] -- 92 -- L1X Gleann nan Eun -- 160 -- LX1X Glen Albyn -- 130 -- LXV111 Glen Brein -- 152 -- LX1X Glenbrein Lodge -- 141 -- LX1X Glen Curachan -- 134 -- LXV111 Glen Doc -- 129 -- LXV111 Glendocbeg -- 128 -- LXV111 Glendoemore -- 114 -- LXV11 Glenlia -- 43 -- L1V Glen Moriston -- 29 -- L111 Glentarff Inn -- 126 -- LXV111 Gobhar Sgiathach -- 110 -- LXV111 Green Point -- 44 -- L1V Horseshoe Craig -- 127 -- LXV111 Inchnacardoch -- 121 -- LXV111 Inchumery -- 142 -- LX1X Innerack Burn -- 110 -- LXV111 Innishenlannie -- 82 -- L1V Invermoriston House -- 36 -- L111 Invermoriston Inn -- 42 -- L111 Invermoriston Forest -- 42a -- Killiechoilum -- 71 -- LX1X killin Lodge -- 162 -- LX1X King's Inn -- 123 -- LXV111 Knockcarrach -- 72 -- LX1X Knockhoilum -- 136 -- LX1X Knockie Lodge -- 138 -- LX1X Leacan an t-Sithein -- 95 -- LV Leacann Fiadhach -- 152 -- LX1X Leachd Mhòr -- 111 -- LXV111 Leachd nan Cistechan -- 81 -- L1V Livishie -- 11 -- L111 Livishie Burn -- 11 -- L111 Livishie cottage -- 11 -- L111 Loch a' Bhealaich -- 101 -- LXV111 Loch a' Bhealaich -- 78 -- L1V Lochan a' Chinn Mhonaich -- 75 -- L1V Lochan a' Choin Uire -- 75 -- L1V Lochan an Ruighe Dhuibh -- 3 -- L111 Loch an Dubhair -- 13 -- L111 Lochan Dubh -- 56 -- L1V Loch a' Mheig -- 19 -- L111 Loch a' Mhuilinn -- 105 -- LXV111 Lochan mam-chuill -- 112 -- LXV111 Laochan na Gaulainn -- 94 -- LV Lochan na Leachteraich -- 94 -- LV Lochan nan Nighean -- 76 -- L1V Lochan Scristan -- 83 -- L1V Loch Bran -- 45 -- L1V Loch Cluanie -- 62 -- L1V Loch Fraochach -- 155 -- LX1X Loch Garth -- 66 -- L1V Lockgarthside -- 50 -- L1V Loch Kemp -- 61 -- L1V Loch Killen -- 149 -- LX1X Loch Knockie -- 138 -- LX1X loch Liath -- 6 -- L111 Loch na Crìche -- 10 -- L111 Loch nan Eun -- 160 -- LX1X Loch na Feannaig -- 5 -- L111 Loch nan Lann -- 137 -- LX1X Loch nan Losgann -- 74 -- L1V Loch na Scorthach -- 73 -- L1V Loch Ness -- 124 -- LXV111 Loch Paiteach -- 67 -- L1V Loch Tarff -- 134 -- LXV111 Loch Tarsuinn -- 103 -- LXV111 Lower Fall of Foyers -- 44 -- L1V Lyne of Gorthlick -- 88 -- LV
OS1/17/21/170 [Page] 170 [INDEX] Name -- page -- 6 inch sheet Malagie -- 144 -- LX1X Manse -- 57 -- L1V Manse -- 122 -- LXV111 Markethill -- 126 -- LXV111 Market Stance -- 114 -- LXV111 Marknie Burn -- 145 -- LX1X Meall a' Bhuic -- 102 -- LXV111 Meall a' Ghrianain -- 111 -- LXV111 Meall a' Phiobaire -- 100 -- LV Meall Doire Bhrat -- 18 -- L111 Meall nan Aidhean -- 76 -- L1V Meall na Buaile -- 98 -- LV Meall nan Eilid -- 8 -- L111 Meall na Fàiche -- 24 -- L111 Meall na Targaid -- 73 -- L1V Meall Tarsuinn -- 136 -- LX1X Meall na Sròine -- 73 -- L1V Migovie -- 90 -- LV Mill Bridge -- 55 -- L1V Mission Church -- 41 -- L111 Monadh Dubh Knockie -- 137 -- LX1X Monadhliath Mountains -- 84 -- LV Moor of Knockhoilum -- 70 -- L1V Moorland Cottage -- 88 -- LV Murligan Hill -- 134 -- LXV111 Newton -- 58 -- L1V North Lyne -- 87 -- LV North Murnich -- 49 -- L1V Paddockfield -- 82 -- L1V Portclair Burn -- 110 -- LXV111 Portclair Forest -- 42b -- Post Office -- 121 -- LXV111 Post Office -- 41 -- L111 Post Office -- 88 -- LV Raich Burn -- 132 -- L1V River E -- 64 -- L1V River Flechlin -- 135 -- LX1X River Foyers -- 45 -- L1V River Gourag -- 53 -- L1V River Killin -- 149 -- LX1X River Moriston -- 27 -- L111 River Oich -- 116 -- L1V River Tarff -- 125 -- L1V Rocking Stone -- 77 -- L1V Roinn Bhàn -- 39 -- L111 Roinn Inbhir -- 38 -- L111 Roman Catholic Chapel -- 63 -- L1V St Columba's Well -- 33 -- L111 St Peter's Chapel -- 126 -- L1V School -- 58 -- L1V School -- 123 -- L1V School -- 42 -- L111 Sgòr na h-lolaire -- 142 -- LX1X Sgor na h-lolaire -- 150 -- LX1X Stac nam Fitheach -- 73 -- L1V South Murnich -- 49 -- L1V Sputan Dubh -- 131 -- L1V Sròn na Muic -- 39 -- L111 Stac an Laosbuic -- 140 -- LX1X Stratherrick -- 84 -- LV Suidhe Chuimein -- 157 -- LX1X Supposed Old Burial Ground -- 9 -- L111 Tom Aiteachaidh -- 55 -- L1V Tom A' Bhealaidh -- 47 -- L1V Tom a' Chlinabhain -- 71 -- L1V Tom a' Chu-thair -- 147 -- LX1X Tom a' Mhòid -- 86 -- L1V Tom a' Mhòid -- 120 -- LXV111 Tom a' Mhuilinn -- 48 -- L1V Tom a' Mhullaich -- 139 -- LX1X Tom Rathail -- 68 -- L1V Tomvoit -- 50 -- L1V Torran Duhb -- 162 -- LX1X Tòrr an t-Sagairt -- 61 -- L1V Tòrr Cluanie -- 70 -- L1V Tòrr Pàiteach -- 67 -- L1V Tulga Bhàn -- 151 -- LX1X
OS1/17/21/171 [Page] 171 [INDEX] Name -- page -- 6 inch sheet Uasal-reidh -- 161 -- LX1X Uisgean Garbha -- 143 -- LX1X Upper fall of Foyers -- 43 -- L1V Wester Aberchalder -- 87 -- LV Wester Drummond -- 72 -- LX1X Wester Murnich -- 51 -- L1V Wester Portclair -- 109 -- LXV111 Whitebridge Inn -- 68 -- L1V Allt a' Bhad Fheitheanaich -- 91 -- LV [Invermoriston Forest -- 42a -- 53] - crossed out [Portclair Forest -- 42b -- 53] - crossed out [The following is written in red ink in its own column] Allt Blàraidh -- 3 -- L11 - Altered by authority of Mr MacKay, Inverness. To be used for 1 inch purposes only, further investigation to be made during revision of larger scales. By order of the D. G. [dated] 4. 2. 95. [4. 2. 1895] Coille Bhlàraidh -- 23 -- L111 - (same remark as above) Altsaigh -- 79 -- L1V - (same remark as above)