List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAOCHAN NAM BREAC Caochan nam Breac
Caochan nam Breac
Caochan nam Breac
Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster, Culaird
Mr. McIntosh, Tullich
Mr. Fraser, Dalcrombie
030 A small hill stream which rises in that rocky range of hills lye on the south side of Loch Ruthven, It is about half a mile long and runs in a northerly direction until it enters Loch Ruthven near its middle and on tis northern side. It means Burn of the Trouts.
Craig Ruthven
Craig Ruthven
Mr. D. McIntosh Tyneriach
Mr. D. McGillivray Dalriach
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McGillivray Tomintoul
030 This a very large & very long craig which lies between Loch Ruthven & Strath Nairn. It lies to the south of, and runs parallel for nearly the whole length of Loch Ruthven. It belongws to several proprietors, and the boundary between the parishes of Dores and Daviot and Dunlichity. It is an Anglicised name.
Wester Drumashie
Wester Drumashie
William McKenzie, Tenant
Mr. J.C. Stewart
Mr. Joh Mason
030 A crofter's house, one storey high with offices attached the former is slated and the latter thatched both being in good repair Captain John Fraser, Balnairn, proprietor.

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