List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ASHIE MOOR Ashie Moor Mr. D. Barron
Mr. J. Masson
Mr. D. Whyte
019 ; 030 A small track of moorland lying between the arable land of the farm of Drummond and Loch Dun na Seileheig and bounded on the north by Drumashie moor and Dirr Wood. The property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler of Aldourie Castle
Loch Ruthven
Loch Ruthven
Revd. [Reverend] A. McGillivray, Strath Nairn
Duncan McGillivray, Schoolmaster, Croachy
Duncan McIntosh, Lynrich
030 This name applies to a large sheet of water about four miles long by half a mile broad, the centre of the Loch, for a considerable portion is the boundary between the parishes of Dores, and Daviot and Dunlichity for about three miles.

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