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Inverness-shire Mainland volume 23

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/17/23/1 RIVER FARNACK River Farnach River Farnach River Farnach Mr. D. McGillivray Schoolmaster Mr. D, McIntosh, Fordarroch Mr. J. Matheson, Schoolmaster, Farr 020 ; 031 This stream is formed by the junction of Usige Dubh and Allt Beag a short distance north west of Lynroich; it then flows in a northerly direction until joins the River Nairn about three fourth of a mile of the Free Church.
OS1/17/23/1 COILLEMORE Coillemore Coillemore Mr. D. Baron, Forester, Dores Mr. Alexander Fraser, Whitefield 020 ; 030 This name applies to a number of Crofthouses situated on the eastern shore of Loch Ness, between Whitefield and Wester Erchite, they are all one storey in height and in indifferent repair, the property of Col. [Colonel] Fraser Tytler, of Aldourie Castle by Inverness
OS1/17/23/1 [Page] 1 County of Inverness -- Parishes of Dores & Daviot and Dunlichity River Nairn [crossed out] See name Book for the 1/2500 portions of Sheet 30. River Farnach [note] In the Ph. [Parish] of Daviot and Dunlichity Coillemore [note] In the Ph. [Parish] of Dores
OS1/17/23/2 RIVER FARIGAIG River Farigaig River Farigaig River Farigaig River Farigaig Mr. Boyd, Ballagan Revd. [Reverend] John McLean F.C. [Free Church] Manse Errogie Mr. John Mcdonald Schoolmaster Errogie Mr Murdoch Ross, Schoolmaster Bochruben 030 ; 041 ; 042 This is a small mountain river which rises in the hilly part of Dunmaglass, County of Nairn (Detd.) [Detached] and runs nearly due north for the first four miles of its course when it turns abruptly westward and for about 3 miles continues that course until it enters Loch Ness at Inverfarigaig.
OS1/17/23/2 CÀRN AN DUBH-GHLAIC Allt an Dubh-ghlaic Allt an Dubh-ghlaic Allt an Dubh-ghlaic Mr. D. White, Schoolmaster, Culaird Mr. A. Fraser, Whitefield Mr. James Forbes, Balchuirn 030 ; 042 This name signifies "Cairn of the Black Hollow" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated immediately east of An Dubh-ghlac. The property of Colonel Fraser Tytler of Aldourie Castle by Inverness
OS1/17/23/2 BEINN A' CHAIT Beinn a' Chait Beinn a' Chait Beinn a' Chait Mr. D. White Mr. James Forbes Mr. A. Forbes, Balchraggan 030 ; 042 This name signifies "Cats Hill" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated about ½ a mile north of Balnagarline. Property of Col. [Colonel] Fraser Tytler of Aldourie,
OS1/17/23/2 AN DUBH-GHLAC An Dubh-ghlac Mr. D. White 030 This name applies to a hollow situated between Beinn a' Chair and Càrn an Dubh-ghlaic. It is the property of Col. [Colonel] F. Tytler of Aldourie. Name signifies "Black Hollow".
OS1/17/23/2 [Page] 2 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores River Farigaig [note] on sheet 42 Allt an Dubh-ghlaic [note] on sheet 42
OS1/17/23/3 CREAG BHREAC Creag Bhreac Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. William Fraser Baillie 030 A considerable rocky eminence situated about ¼ mile west of Loch Dùn na Seilcheig the property of Col. [Colonel] Tytler, Name Signifies "Speckled Rock".
OS1/17/23/3 TÒRR AN DAIMH Tòrr an Daimh Mr. D Whyte Mr. William Fraser Mr. Masson Kindrummond 030 This name signifies "Ox Knowe" and is applied to an eminence situated about ¼ of a mile north of Baillie, Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor
OS1/17/23/3 AN CÒS An Còs Mr. D. Whyte Mr. William Fraser Mr. A. Fraser 030 This names signifies "The hollow or Crevice" and is applied to rocky hollow situated between Creag Bhreac amd Creag Bad an Eich, Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor.
OS1/17/23/3 [Page] 3 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/4 AN DOIRE An Doire Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name signifies "The Grove" and is applied to a slight eminence situated immediately west of Tom Bailgean. The property of Col. [Colonel] Fraser Tytler of Aldourie Castle by Inverness
OS1/17/23/4 ALLT NA CRÌCHE Allt na Crìche Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name is applied to a mountain stream which collects a short distance west of Creag Bad an Eich and flows in a northerly direction to within 5 chains of Easter Erchite, it then suddenly turns to the South west to Wester Erchite and then north West until it joins Loch Ness Name signifies "The Boundary Burn
OS1/17/23/4 [Page] 4 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/5 ALLT EAS A' CHAIT Allt Eas a' Chait Mr. D. Whyte Schoolmaster Culaird Mr. A. Fraser, Farmer Achnabat Mr. D. Cameron, Bochruben 030 This name signifies "Burn of the Cat's Waterfall" and is applied to a smsll stream which collects between An Doire and Tom Bailgean and flows in a north westerly direction by Wester Erchite until it joins Loch Ness
OS1/17/23/5 ALLT AN RUIGHE BHUIDHE Allt an Ruighe Bhuidhe Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A, Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name signifies "Burn of the Yellow Shieling" and is applied to a mountain stream which is formed by the junction of another small stream with Allt na Doire it then flows in a north westerly direction until it joins Loch Ness about 8 chains south of the junction of Allt Eas a’ Chait with the aforesaid Loch.
OS1/17/23/5 [Page] 5 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/6 EAS A' CHAIT Eas a' Chait Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name is applied to a waterfall about 15 ft. [feet] in height situated in the burn called Allt Eas A' Chait about 15 Chains South east of Wester Erchite, Name Signifies "Cats Waterfall"
OS1/17/23/6 ALLT NA DOIRE Allt an Doire Allt an Doire Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name signifies "Burn of the Grove" and is applied to a small stream which collects between AnDoire and Meall na h-Uaighe and flows in a north westerly direction until it joins with another small stream in forming the stream Called Allt an Ruigh Bhuide
OS1/17/23/6 [Page] 6 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/7 EASTER ERCHITE Easter Erchite Easter Erchite Easter Erchite Mr Tulloch Tenant Mr John Fraser, Wester Erchite Mr J. C. Stewart. 030 This name applies to a farm house, several cottar houses, and extensive farm offices; the former are all thatched, and the latter are partly thatched and partly slated; the whole are in fair repair Col [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie, proprietor Castle by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/7 CAIRNS [West Town] Cairns Mr Tulloch Tenant Mr John Fraser, Wester Erchite Mr J. C. Stewart. 030 These are several cairns of stones, which mark the graves of those who fought and were slain in a battle which is said to have taken place here, but no information could be obtained about who the contending parties were, or when the battle took place the cairns are situated on a low ridge a short distance to the N.W. [North West] of West Town.
OS1/17/23/7 [Page] 7 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 -- Ph [Parish] of Dores
OS1/17/23/8 WEST TOWN West Town West Town West Town Rent Receipt Alexander McIntosh Tenant Mr J. C. Stewart Ph [Parish] School Dores 030 A farm house, one storey high, with barn byre and stabling attached, all of which are thatched and in very good condition McIntosh of McIntosh, proprietor Moy Hall Co [County] Inverness.
OS1/17/23/8 WESTER ERCHITE Wester Erchite Wester Erchite Wester Erchite John Fraser, Tenant Mr Tulloch Easter Erchite Mr, J. C. Stewart, 030 This name is given to a farm house, a cottar house, and farm steading, all of which are one storey high, the former being thatched, and the latter slated, Col [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie Castle proprietor by Inverness
OS1/17/23/8 DRUMASHIE WOOD 030 For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 1/2500 book of Dores Parish
OS1/17/23/8 AN LEACANN 030 For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 6 inch sheet 29
OS1/17/23/8 [Page] 8 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 -- Parish of Dores DRUMASHIE WOOD [note] on sheet 29
OS1/17/23/9 CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. MacKintosh Eastertown Mr. Angus Mackintosh Balnaclach 030 This name is applied to a conspicuous Craig Situated about 20 Chains West of Cas Liath, the property of C. Stewart esq of Brin, Name signifies "Black Craig"
OS1/17/23/9 CAS LIATH Cas Liath Mr. D White Mr. Alexander Mackintosh Mr. Angus Mackintosh 030 This name signifies "The Grey Steep" and is applied to a very Precipitous rocky eminence, Situated immediately South of Cas Garbh, C. Stewart esq. proprietor.
OS1/17/23/9 DUBH-LOCHAN Dubh-lochan Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. MacKintosh Mr. A. MacKintosh 030 This name Signifies "Little Black loch" and is applied to a small loch Situated immediately east of Cas Liath, C Stewart esq. of Brin, proprietor
OS1/17/23/9 [Page] 9 County of Inverness -- Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity [note at foot of page] Town address. C. Stewart Procurator Fiscal. Castle. Inverness
OS1/17/23/10 CREAG BAD AN EICH Creag Bad an Eich Mr. D Whyte Mr. William Fraser Mr. A. Fraser 030 This name signifies "Craig of the Horses Tuft" and is applied to a conspicuous rock situated on the South side of An Còs Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor
OS1/17/23/10 LOCH NAN GEADAS Loch nan Geadas Loch a' Gheadais Mr. D Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. William Fraser 030 A small loch situated immediately to the west of, and connected by a small stream with Loch Dùn na Seilcheig Name signifies "Loch of the Pikes".
OS1/17/23/10 LOCH DÙN NA SEILCHEIG Loch Dùn na Seilcheig Mr. D. Whyte Mr. William Fraser Mr. A. Fraser Mr. Masson 030 This name signifies "Loch of the Snail's Hill" and is applied to a Considerable fresh water Loch situated about 2 miles South east of the Village of Dores the centre of which is the boundary between the Parishes of Dores and Daviot & Dunlichity.
OS1/17/23/10 [Page] 10 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores Loch nan Geadas [note] Referred to Mr D. Whyte Schoolmaster, Culaird, who makes the alteration.
OS1/17/23/11 CÀRN MÒR Càrn Mòr Mr. D. Whyte Mr. William MacKintosh Eastertown Mr. Angus MacKintosh 030 A considerable eminence Situated immediately South of Creag Dhubh. C. Stewart esq. proprietor Name signifies "Big Cairn"
OS1/17/23/11 PREAS DUBH Preas Dubh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. William MacKintosh Mr. A. MacKintosh 030 This name signifies "Black Bush" and is applied to a wooded peninsula situated on the northern side of Loch Dùn na Seilcheig. The MacKintosh, proprietor
OS1/17/23/11 CÀRN NA LEITREACH Càrn na Leitreach Mr. D. Whyte Mr. H. Shaw Dores Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name applies to a rocky eminence situated about ¼ of a mile east of Creag a' Ghuibhais, Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor, Name signifies, "Cairn of the side of the hill
OS1/17/23/11 [Page] 11 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores & Daviot and Dunlichity Càrn Mòr [note] In the Ph [Parish] of Daviot and Dunlichty Preas Dubh [note] In the Ph [Parish] of Dores Càrn na Leitreach [note] In the Ph [Parish] of Dores
OS1/17/23/12 CREAG A' GHIUBHAIS Creag a' Ghuibhais Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Cameron Mr. Alexander Fraser Whitefield 030 ; 041 ; 042 This name signifies "Craig of the Fir" and is applied to a Conspicuous rocky eminence Situated about ¾ of mile north east of Whitefield, Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor, Aldourie Castle by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/12 CÀRN RUIGH AN T-SEILICH Càrn Ruigh an t-Seilich Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser 030 This name is applied to a Conspicuous rocky eminence situated immediately east of Whitefield, Col. [Colonel] Tytler; proprietor, Name signifies "Cairn of the Willow Shieling"
OS1/17/23/12 BEINN A' BHATHAICH Beinn a' Bhathaich Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Cameron Mr. A. Fraser 030 This name signifies "Hill of the Byre", and is applied to a Conspicuous rocky eminence, situated immediately north east of Beul a' Chasain, Col [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor.
OS1/17/23/12 [Page] 12 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores Creag a' Ghiubhais [note] on Sheet 42
OS1/17/23/13 FÉITH GHLAS Féith Ghlas Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Cameron Mr. A. Fraser 030 A small mountain stream which collects in Beul a' Chasain and flows in a north easterly direction until it joins Loch Ceò-glas, Name Signifies "Grey Stream"
OS1/17/23/13 BEUL A' CHASAIN Beul a' Chasain Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Cameron Mr. A. Fraser 030 This name signifies "Mouth or opening of the Road or path." and is applied to a rocky gorge situated immediately South of Beinne a' Bhathaich, Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor
OS1/17/23/13 CÀRN AN FHEADAIN Càrn an Fheadain Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Cameron Mr. A. Fraser 030 This name signifies "Whistling Cairn or Hill of the Spout" and is applied to a considerable eminence situated about ½ mile west of Bochruben Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor Aldourie Castle by InverneSS
OS1/17/23/13 [Page] 13 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/14 COIR' AN FHRAOICH Coir' an Fhraoich Coire an Fhraoich Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Cameron Mr. J Fordes Balchuirn 030 This name signifies the "Heather Corry" and is applied to a hollow on the north east side of Càrn an Fheadain and about 30 Chains west of Bochruben, Col. [Colonel] Tytler proprietor.
OS1/17/23/14 RUDHA RUADH Rudha Ruadh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. Forbes Mr. H. Shaw 030 This name is applied to a shingly point of promontory situated on the east side of Loch Ness and about two miles north of the junction of the River Farigaig with the aforsaid Loch, it is used as a Fishing Station, there being a wooden shed erected near it for the Convenience of the fishers, Col [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor, Aldourie Castle by InverneSS
OS1/17/23/14 [Page] 14 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/15 ERCHITE HILL Erchite Hill Mr D. Whyte Mr D. Cameron Mr A. Fraser 030 This name applies to a Considerable eminence situated between Meall na h-Uaighe and Càrn na Leitreach. The property of Col [Colonel] Tytler of Aldourie Castle by Inverness
OS1/17/23/15 TOM MÒR Tom Mòr Mr D. Whyte Mr J. McTavish Keeper Errogie 030 This name signifies, "Big hillock" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated between Tom a' Chrochaidh and Creag na h-Iolaire. Captain Fraser, proprietor. Balnain by InverneSS.
OS1/17/23/15 CREAG NA H-IOLAIRE Creag na h-Iolaire Mr D. Whyte Mr J. McTavish 030 This name signifies "The Eagle's Craig" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated immediately South of Creag nan Clag, Captain Fraser of Balnain, proprietor by Inverness
OS1/17/23/15 [Page] 15 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/16 TÒRR A' BHEALAIDH Tòrr na Bealaidh Tòrr a' Bealaidh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. McTavish 030 This name signifies "The Broom Knowe" and is applied to a small rocKy eminence situated on the north west side of Loch Ruthven. The property of Captain Fraser of Balnain.
OS1/17/23/16 TOM BUIDHE Tom Buidhe Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. McTavish 030 This name signifies "Yellow hillock" and is applied to a small rocKy eminence situated on the South western shore of Loch Ruthven and about ¼ of a mile north of the Farm steading of Ruthven The property of Captain J. Fraser of Balnain by Inverness
OS1/17/23/16 [Page] 16 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/17 CHURCH (Chapel of Ease, Disused) [Torness] Church (Chapel of East Disused) Church (Chapel of East Disused) Church (Chapel of East Disused) Mr McBean, Torness Mr Ross. Schoolhouse Mr J. C. Stewart, Dores 030 This is an oblong building which was erected to accommodate this part of the parish [----] in worship was only occassionaly held It was built before the disruption, and has not been unsed since, for religious purposes, It is slated, and parly in ruin
OS1/17/23/17 DUNCHEA Dunchea Dunchea Dunchea Hugh Fraser, Tenant Mr Rose, Abersky Mr Ross, Schoolmaster 030 This name is applied to two dwelling houses, one story high, thatched and in fair repair, and also to a granary and shed, which belong to Abersky, which are slated and in good condition. Captain Fraser, proprietor Balnain by Inverness
OS1/17/23/17 ERCHITE WOOD For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 1/2500 Work of Dores Parish
OS1/17/23/17 [Page] 17 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/18 SCHOOL School School School Mr Murdoch Ross. Master Mr Ross, Bochruben Mr J.C. Stewart, Parish Shool Dores 030 This is a small school, with dwelling house attached, one story high, thatched, and in middling state of repair It is supported by school feeS and by the society for the propagation christian Knowledge and attached to the established church, The usual rudimentary brances, [branches] only,are taught Aberage attendance for last year, 35. It is on Captain Fraser's property
OS1/17/23/18 TORNESS Torness Torness Torness Mr Ross, Schoolmaster Mr J.C. Stewart, Dores Mr Simon McBean, Tenant 030 This name is given to a corn mill and several dwelling houses all of which are one story high with outhouses attached The mill alone is slated, all the dwelling houses being thatched They are the property of Captn [Captain] Fraser Balnain
OS1/17/23/18 [Page] 18 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/19 RUTHVEN Ruthven Ruthven Ruthven Rent Reciept Mr William McKenzie, Tenant Mr Ross, Schoolmaster 030 This a large, and recently built farm house, two stories high, with extensive offices attached, all being slated in thorough repair, Lord Lovat, proprietor Beaufort Castle. Beauly, Inverness-shire
OS1/17/23/19 EASTER RUTHVEN Easter Ruthven Easter Ruthven Easter Ruthven Donald Cameron, Tenant Mr McKenzie, Ruthven Mr Ross, Schoolmaster 030 This is a small farm house one storey high, having out buildings attached, all bing thatched, and only in middling repair Lord Lovat proprietor
OS1/17/23/19 LOCH RUTHVEN Loch Ruthven Loch Ruthven Loch Ruthven Mr McKenzie Ruthven Mr Ross Schoolmaster Mr J. C. Stewart Schoolmaster 030 This is a large Loch which lies between Strath Errick, and Strath Nairn, the water of which runs into the river Farigaig It is about two miles in length and about ½ a mile broad at its western end, but very narrow at the opposite one It is celebrated for its fish, which are numerous and large.
OS1/17/23/19 [Page] 19 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 -- Ph [Parish] of Dores Loch Ruthven [note] name on 30/12 & 16
OS1/17/23/20 DALCROMBIE Dalcrombie Dalcrombie Dalcrombie Mr Fraser, Tenat, [Tenant] Achnabat. Mr Ross. Schoolmaster Mr J. C. Stewart Schoolmaster 030 [Situation] In the parish of Daviot and Dunlichity This is a large house, two Stories high, which was built for a shooting lodge, but is now occupied only, by a game Keeper and shepherd, It is slated, and kept in thorough repair Col [Colonel] Tytler Aldourie Castle by Inverness, proprietor
OS1/17/23/20 ACHNABAT Achnabat Achnabat Achnabat Mr Fraser, Tenant Mr Ross, Schoolmaster Mr. J. C. Stewart Schoolmaster 030 This a farm house one storey high with offices attached, slated and in good repair Col [Colonel] Tytler, Aldourie, proprietor
OS1/17/23/20 BAILLIE Baillie Baillie Baillie William Fraser, Tenant Mr Alexander Fraser, Achnabat Mr. J. C. Stewart Schoolmaster Dores 030 This is a crofters house one storey high, with out buildings attached; the whole thatched and only in very middling repair Col [Colonel] Tytler Aldourie, proprietor
OS1/17/23/20 [Page] 20 County of Inverness. -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 Parish Parishes of Dores & Daviot and Dunlichity In the parish of Daviot and Dunlichity [Comment underneath Situation field of Dalcrombie entry]
OS1/17/23/21 LOCH CEÓ-GLAS Loch Ceò-glas Loch Ceò-ghlas Mr D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name signifies "Loch of the Grey Mist" and is applied to a long and narrow sheet of water situated about ½ a mile south west of Loch Dùn na Seilcheig Col [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor Aldourie Castle by Inverness
OS1/17/23/21 CREAG NAN CLAG Creag nan Clag Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. McTavish Errogie 030 This name is applied to a considerable eminence very rocky on its eastern face and situated a short distance east of Loch Ceò-ghlas, Name signifies, Hill of the Bells
OS1/17/23/21 TOM A' CHROCHAIDH Tom a' Chrochaidh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. McTavish Errogie 030 This name is applied to a Conical shaped eminence situated immediately west of Tom Mòr, and on which it is supposed that in former times the Lairds of Stratherrick hung Criminals,hence its name "Hanging hillock" Captain Fraser of Balnain by Inverness, Proprietor
OS1/17/23/21 [Page] 21 County of Inverness Parishes of Dores & Daviot and Dunlichity Loch Ceò-glas [note] Referred a second time to Mr. D. Whyte, Schoolmaster, Culaird who says that "Ceò is masculine and he prefers Loch Ceò-glas
OS1/17/23/22 TOM BAILGEANN Tom Bailgeann Mr. D. Whyte Mr. William Fraser Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name signifies "Spotted hillock" and is applied to a Conspicuous rocky eminence, situated immediately north of Loch Ceò-ghlas, Col. [Colonel] Tytler proprietor, Aldourie Castle, by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/22 AN DOIRLINN An Doirlinn Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser 030 This name Signifies, "The Peninsula' and is applied to a piece of land which projects into the Southern end of Loch Dùn na Seilcheig Col. [Colonel] Tytler, proprietor,
OS1/17/23/22 MEALL NA H-UAIGHE Meall na h-Uaighe Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Fraser Mr. D. Cameron 030 This name is applied to a slight eminence situated between Tom Bailgeann and Erchite Hill, Col. [Colonel] Tytler proprietor Name signifies "Hill of the Grave."
OS1/17/23/22 [Page] 22 County of Inverness -- Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/23 EUDINUAGAIN Eudinuagain Eudinuagain Eudinuagain Mr Stoddart, Tenant Mr Ross, Schoolmaster Mr Rose, Abersky 030 This names is applied to several cottar houses, one storey high, thatched and in fair condition J, Fraser Esqr, Balnain, proprietor by Inverness,
OS1/17/23/23 TOMBRECK Tombreck Tombreck Tombreck John Fraser, Tenant Mr Rose, Abersky Mr Ross, Schoolmaster 030 This is a shepherd's dwelling house, one storey high, thatched, and in fair order, It is on the farm of Abersky and the estate of Captain Fraser
OS1/17/23/23 ABERSKY AbersKy AbersKy AbersKy Mr Rose, Tenant Mr Ross, Schoolmaster Mr J. C. Stewart Schoolmaster 030 This is a large farm house two stories high, with gardens and ornamental ground attached, and having suitable offices near; the former is slated and the latter are partly slated and partly thatched, All the houses are in good repair Captain Fraser, proprietor
OS1/17/23/23 [Page] 23 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/24 BOCHRUBEN Bochruben Bochruben Bochruben Rent Receipt Mr Ross, Tenant Mr. M. Ross, Schoolmaster Bochruben 030 This is a large farm house two stories high, having numerous offices attached; the whole of which are slated and, in excellent repair Captain John Fraser, Balnain by Inverness Proprietor
OS1/17/23/24 WHITEFIELD Whitefield Whitefield Whitefield Hugh Fraser, Tenant Mr Ross, Schoolmaster, Bochruben Mr J. C Stewart, Schoolmaster Dores, 030 This is a small farm house one storey high, having office buildings attached; the whole are thatched, and in good condition, Col [Colonel] Tytler Aldourie Castle by Inverness proprietor
OS1/17/23/24 TOMINTOUL Tomintoul Tomintoul Tomintoul Mr Rose. Abersky Mr Ross. Schoolmaster Mr. J. C. Stewart, Dores 030 This is a shepherd's house one storey high, thatched and in fair condition Captain Fraser, proprietor Balnain by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/24 [Page] 24 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 30 Parish of Dores
OS1/17/23/25 CÀRN AN ACHAIDH Càrn an Achaidh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Macintosh Mr. Angus Mackintosh 031 This name signifies, "Cairn of the Field" and is applied to an eminence situated immediately west of Creag Dhubh, the property of C. Stewart esq of Brin. Town address, C. Stewart Esqr. Procurator Fiscal, Castle, Inverness.
OS1/17/23/25 CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Macintosh Mr. Angus Mackintosh 031 This name is applied to a considerable rocky eminence situated immediately east of Càrn an Achaidh and on the western side of Strath Nairn the property of Charles Stewart esq of Brin, Name signifies "Black Craig".
OS1/17/23/25 [Page] 25 County of Inverness -- Ph [Parish] of Daviot and Dunlichity
OS1/17/23/26 SPÙTAN DUBH Spùtan Dubh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "Black Cascade" and is applied to a small stream which collects between Creag Dhubh and Càrn an Achaidh and flows in a north easterly direction until it joins the River Nairn.
OS1/17/23/26 CÀRN AN FHREACADAIN Càrn an Fhreacadain Mr. D Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus Mackintosh 031 This name signifies "Watch or Look out Cairn" and is applies to an eminence situated immediately east of Coire na Laraiche C. Stewart esq, proprietor.
OS1/17/23/26 CREAG BHUIDHE Creag Bhuidhe Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus Mackintosh 031 This name is appled to a rocky eminence situated immediately north of Spùtan Dubh and on the west side of Strath Nairn, C. Stewart esq. proprietor, Name signifies "Yellow Craig.
OS1/17/23/26 [Page] 26 County of Inverness -- Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity
OS1/17/23/27 STAC NA CATHAIG Stac na Cathaig Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus Mackintosh 031 This name signifies "The Jack Daw's RocK" and is applied to a conspicuous and rocky eminence situated immediately west of Creag a' Choin C. Stewart, esq of Brin, Proprietor Town address C. Stewart Esq Procurator Fiscal, Castle, Inverness
OS1/17/23/27 CREAG A' CHOIN Creag a' Choin Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. A. Mackintosh 031 This name signifies, "Dog's Craig" and is applied to a rocky eminence situated immediately east of Stac na Cathaig C. Stewart esq. proprietor,
OS1/17/23/27 CREAG A' CHAIT Creag a' Chait Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus Mackintosh 031 This name is applied to a rocky eminence, situated immediately north of Creag Bhuidhe, C. Stewart esq. proprietor, Name signifies "Cats Craig".
OS1/17/23/27 [Page] 27 County of Inverness -- Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity
OS1/17/23/28 ALLT CREAGACH Allt Creagach Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus MacKintosh 031 This name signifies" Rocky Burn", and is applied to a stream which is formed by the junction of two small streams which Collect, respectively, East and west of Creag a' Choin, it then flows in a northerly direction until it joins Allt Eada dà Lochan.
OS1/17/23/28 COIRE NA LÀRAICHE Coire na Làraich Coire na Làraiche Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "Hollow of the Ruin" and is applied to a Considerable hollow situated immediately South of Loch a' Chlachain and through which the Burn called Allt Creagach flows. The property of C. Stewart esq of Brin by Inverness
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OS1/17/23/29 GLAC RÒPACH Glac Ròpach Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. MacKintosh Mr. Angus MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "The Entangled Hollow" and is applied to a rocKy hollow between Badan Gorm and Stac an Fithich, C. Stewart esq, proprietor Brin by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/29 ALLT NA GLAIC RÒPAICH Allt na Glaic Ròpaiche Mr. D. Whyte Mr. A. Mackintosh Mr. Angus MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "Burn of the entangled hollow", and is applied to a small stream which collects in [blank] and flows through Glac Ròpaiche in a northerly direction until it joins Loch Dùn na Seilcheig immediately to the west of Stac an Fithich.
OS1/17/23/29 [Page] 29 County of Inverness -- Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity Ropoich [note] do not add e to the adj fem [adjective feminine] of two or more syllables
OS1/17/23/30 BALNACLACH Balnaclach Balnaclach Balnaclach Rent Receipt Angus McIntosh, Tenant Alexander Noble Game-keeper 031 This is a small farm house one story high, with offices attached; the whole thatched and in fair condition Charles Stewart Esqr of Brin proprietor by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/30 BADAN GORM Badan Gorm Mr. D. Whyte Mr. Angus Mackintosh Mr. A. Mackintosh 031 This name signifies "Green Tuft" and is applied to a rocKy eminence situated between Glac Ròpach and Cas Garbh C. Stewart esq proprietor
OS1/17/23/30 CAS GARBH Cas Garbh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. Angus Mackintosh Mr. A. Mackintosh 030 ; 031 This name is applied to a steep and rocky eminence situated immediately west of Badan Gorm and on the South Side of Loch Dùn na Seilchaig C. Stewart esq, proprietor Name signifies "Rough Steep
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OS1/17/23/31 ALLT A' CHLACHAIN Allt a' Chlachain Mr D Whyte Schoolmaster Culaird Mr A MacKintosh Eastertown Mr Angus MacKintosh [Balnaibach?] 031 This name signifies "Burn of the Churchyard" and is applied to a considerable stream, which flows from Loch a' Ghlachain in a north easterly direction until it joins The River Nairn.
OS1/17/23/31 CREAG LIATH Creag Liath Mr D Whyte Mr Alexander MacKintosh Mr Angus MacKintosh 031 This name is applied to a rocky eminence situated immediately West of Loch a' Chlachain the property of the MacKintosh, name signifies "Grey Craig"
OS1/17/23/31 STAC DEARG Stac Dearg Mr D Whyte Mr A MacKintosh Mr Angus MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "Red Rock" and is applied to a rocky [eminence?] situated immediately West of Creag Liath and North of Allt Eada dà Lochan, the property of the Mackintosh.
OS1/17/23/31 Made an entry in error JM Bell sorry.
OS1/17/23/32 LOCH A' CHLACHAIN Loch a' Chlachain Mr D Whyte Mr A MacKintosh Mr A MacKintosh 031 A considerable mountain loch situated about 30 [chains?] east of Loch Dùn na Seilcheig " name signifies, Loch of the Churchyard"
OS1/17/23/32 ALLT EADAR DHA LOCHAN Allt Eada da Lochan Mr D Whyte Mr MacKintosh Mr MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "Burn of, or between the two Lochs" and is applied to a small stream which flows from Loch Dùn na Seilcheig in an easterly direction until it joins Loch a' Chlachain.
OS1/17/23/32 STAC AN FHITHICH Stac an Fhithich Mr D Whyte Mr MacKintosh Mr MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "Rock of the Raven" and is applied to a conspicuous [rocky?] eminence situated at the South east and of Loch Dún na Seilcheig, Charles Stewart esq. of [?] proprietor.
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OS1/17/23/32 Allt Eadar dha Lochan: There is a note in pencil after saying "The noun after da should be in the dative singular when not governed by another noun.
OS1/17/23/33 ALLT A' CHREAGAIN Allt a' Chreagain Mr. D. Whyte Schoolmaster Culaird Mr. D. Mackintosh Gaeck Mr. John Smith Lynroich 031 This name signifies "Burn of the Little Rocky Hill" and is applied to a small stream which collects between Creag an Dubhair and Creag nan Gobhar, and flows in a westerly direction until it joins the River Fernick a short distance north of Craggan.
OS1/17/23/33 CREAG AN DUBHAIR Creag an Dubhair Mr. D. Whyte Mr. J. Smith Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. McGillivray Farr. 031 A small rocky eminence situated immediately South of Creag nan Gobhar'' Name signifies "The Little Blackish Rock" The property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr.
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OS1/17/23/34 LYNROICH Lynroich Lynroich Lynnich Mr D McGillivray Epis [Episcopal] Schoolmaster East Croachy. Mr. D Fraser Craggan Rev. [Reverend] A Macgillivray Epis [Episcopal] Minister Strathnairn 031 A moderate sized farm House with suitable offices attached The whole are one story in height thatched and in indifferent repair, Property of Captain McIntosh of Farr by Inverness
OS1/17/23/34 CULCAIRN Culcairn Culkairn Culkairn Rev. [Reverend] A Macgillivray Mr D McGillivray Mr. D Fraser Craggan 031 A small Farm House one story thatched and in very bad repair, Property of Capt [Captain] McIntosh of Farr
OS1/17/23/34 CRAGGAN Craggan Rev. [Reverend] A Macgillivray Mr D McGillivray Mr. D Fraser Craggan 031 A Croft house one story in height, thatched and in ordinary repair Property of Captain McIntosh of Farr
OS1/17/23/34 GAECK Gaeck Rev. [Reverend] A Macgillivray Mr D McGillivray Mr. D Fraser Craggan 031 A small Cottage one story thatched and in ordinary repair Property of Captn [Captain] McIntosh of Farr.
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OS1/17/23/35 ALLT GOGACH Allt Gogach Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 This name applies to a small stream which collects about 50, chains south of the farm house of Lynroich and flows in a north westerly direction until it joins the stream called Allt Beag about 10 chains west of the above mentioned house " Name signifies "Wavering Burn."
OS1/17/23/35 CARN LOCH NA LEITIRE Càrn Loch na Leitir Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 A Rocky ridge situated immediately west of Culcairn and East of Allt Dubhach, Name signifies "Cairn facing the Loch. The property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr
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OS1/17/23/36 ALLT AN LOIN UAIGNEITH Allt an Lòin Uaigneich Mr. D. Whyte Scholmaster Cullaird Mr. D. Mackintosh Gaeck Mr. John Smith Shepherd Lynroich 031 This name signifies; "Burn of the Secret or Lonesome Morass or Flat", and is applied to a small mountain stream collecting between Creag Chro' and Meall na Fuar-ghlaic, and flowing in a westerly direction until it joins the River Fernack
OS1/17/23/36 CREAG CHRO' Creag Chrò Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 A small rocky hill situated immediately South of Meall na Fuar-Ghlaic, The property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr " Name signifies "Narrow Craig"
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OS1/17/23/36 The River Fernack appears unclear and could refer to River Farnack on Page 1 of Name Book.
OS1/17/23/37 CAOCHAN NAM BREAC Caochan nam Breac Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 This name signifies, "Streamlet of the Trout", and is applied to a small stream collecting between Càrn Dearg and Càrn na Squabaig and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins Uisge Dubh
OS1/17/23/37 CNOC NA SAOBHAIDHE Cnoc na Saobhaidh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name applies to a small hillock situated about 20 chains south of Uisge Dubh and about the same distance east of Caochan nam Breac, the joint property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr and S. Smithson esq of Culduthel Name signifies "Hillock of the Foxe's Den".
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OS1/17/23/38 ALLT UISGE GEAMHRAIDH Allt Uisge Geamhraidh Mr. D. Whyte Schoolmaster Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 This stream collects immediately south of Beinn Dhubh and flows in a south westerly direction until it joins Uisge Dubh. Name signifies "Burn of the Winter Water"
OS1/17/23/38 CARN RUITHE REIDHE Càrn Ruithe Réidhe Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 A ridge like eminence situated immediately north of Uisge Dubh and east of Allt Uisge Geamhraidh; The property of Captn [Captain] Mackintosh of Farr Name signifies "Cairn of the Straight Flow",
OS1/17/23/38 CARN DEARG Càrn Dearg Mr. D. Whyte Mr D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 This name signifies "Red Cairn" and is applied to an eminence situated immediately South of Uisge Dubh and west of Caochan nam Breac, The property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr.
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OS1/17/23/39 CAOCHAN BUIDHEACH Caochan Buidheach Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name signifies "The Yellowish Streamlet", and is applied to a smal mountain stream collecting about 40 chains west of Càrn Dubh and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins Uisge Dubh.
OS1/17/23/39 CÀRN NA SGUABAIG Càrn na Squabaig Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name applies to a slight eminence covered with heathy pasture and forming one of the points of Bay between the parishes of Daviot & Dunlichity and Moy and Dalarossie, The joint property of Captn [Captain] MacKintosh, Farr, A. MacKintosh esq, Cullachie & S. Smithson esq: Name Signifies "Cairn of the smart breeze".
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OS1/17/23/40 UISGE DUBH Uisge Dubh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 031 ; 032 This name signifies "Black Water", and is applied to a considerable mountain stream, having its source north of Càrn Odhar and flowing in a westerly direction until it joins with Allt Beag in forming The River Fernick.
OS1/17/23/40 CAOCHAN DUBH Caochan Dubh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 ; 032 A small mountain stream collecting about 50 chains from its junction with Uisge Dubh and flowing in a south westerly direction from its source to junction; Name signifies "Black Streamlet"
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OS1/17/23/41 COIRE RUITHE Coire Ruithe Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name signifies, "Corry of the Run or Flow," and is applied to a hollow on the east face of Creag Dhubh
OS1/17/23/41 ALLT COIRE RUITHE Allt Coire Ruithe Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 A small mountain stream collecting in Coire Ruithe and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins Allt Glac an Eich about 10 chains from that burns junction with Allt Beag, Name signifies "Burn of the Run or Flow".
OS1/17/23/41 GLAC AN ETCH Glac an Eich Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name signifies "Hollow of the Horse" and is applied to a hollow on the north face of Càrn Glac an Eich.
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OS1/17/23/42 ALLT GLAC AN ETCH Allt Glac an Eich Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 A small mountain stream Collecting in Glac an Eich and flowing in a northerly direction until it joins Allt Beag, Name signifies "Burn of the Hollow of the Horse". [Situation] In the parish of Daviot and Dunlichity.
OS1/17/23/42 CARN GLAC AN ETCH Càrn Glac an Eich Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 03 This name signifies "Cairn of the Hollow of the Horses", and is applied to a considerable eminence, situated about 70 chains South east of Creag Dhubh, and the property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr. [Situation] On the boundary between the parishes of Daviot and Dunlichity & Moy and Dalarossie.
OS1/17/23/42 COIRE FEITH NAN DEANN Coire Féith nan Deann Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith Mr. McGillivray 031 This name signifies "Corry of the Running Deer", and is applied to a hollow on the north west face of Càrn na Farr' Bheinne. [Situation] In the parish of Daviot and Dunlichity
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OS1/17/23/43 ALLT DUBHACH Allt Dubhach Mr. D. Whyte Mr. D. Mackintosh Mr. John Smith 020 ; 031 This name signifies, "Blackish Burn", and is applied to a small mountain stream, which Collects in Glac a' Chatha and flows in a northerly direction until it joins the River Fernick near Farr House.
OS1/17/23/43 GLAC A' CHATHA Glac a' Chatha Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name applies to a rocky gorge on the north east face of Creag Dhubh, and in which collects the stream called Allt Dubhach Name signifies "Hollow of the Fight", The property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr.
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OS1/17/23/44 UASAL FEITH NA H-EARRAINN Uasal Féith na h-Earrainn Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name signifies "Gentle plain of the Division or Section." and is applied to an undulating piece of Heath covered land situated immediately north east of Creag Dhubh, the property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr, by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/44 CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name applies to a rocky ridge situated immediately South west of Uasal Féith na h-Errainn, the property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr, Name signifies "Black Craig."
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OS1/17/23/45 CARN FEITH NAN DEANN Càrn Féithe nan Deann Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith Mr. McGillivray 031 A small rocky eminence situated between Allt Coire Féith nan Deann and Allt Glac an Eich, the property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr Name signifies "Cairn of the Running Deer."
OS1/17/23/45 CNOC AN T-SITHEIN Cnoc an t-Sithein Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 A small Conical heath Covered eminence situated immediately west of the junction of Allt Coire Féith nan Deann with Allt Beag Name signifies "Fairy Hillock". The property of Captain Mackintosh of Farr.
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OS1/17/23/46 CARN NA FARR' BHEINNE Carn na Farr' Bheinne Mr D Whyte Mr John Smith 031 This name signifies "Cairn of the desolate mountain" and is applied to a ridge like eminence, situated about 1/2 a mile to the east of Carn Glac an Eich. The property of Captain MacKintosh of Farr.
OS1/17/23/46 ALLT COIRE FEITH NAN DEANN Allt Corie Feith nan Deann Mr D Whyte Mr John Smith M M Gillivray Farr 031 This name signifies "Burn of the corry of the running deer", and is applied to a small stream which collects in Coire Feith nan Deann and flows in a north easterly direction until it joins Allt Beag a short distance east of Cnoc an t- Sithein.
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OS1/17/23/47 ALLT BEAG Allt Beag Mr D Whyte Mr John Smith Mr D Mackintosh 031 This stream is formed by a number of small streams collecting near the watershed at Carn na Farr' Bheinne and flowing in a north westerly direction until it joins with Uisge Dubh in forming the River Fernick, name signifies "Little Burn".
OS1/17/23/47 BEINN BHREAC Beinn Bhreac Mr D. Whyte, Schoolmaster Culaird Mr John Smith, Shepherd Lynroich Mr D MacKintosh 031 This name signifies "Speckled Hill", and is applied to a considerable eminence situated to the south west of Carn na Sguabaig, the property of Captain MacKintosh of Farr by Inverness.
OS1/17/23/47 County of Inverness, Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity
OS1/17/23/48 CAOCHAN BREAC Caochan Breac Mr D Whyte Mr John Smith 031 A small mountain stream collecting immediately south of Carn na Sguabaig and flowing in a southerly direction until it forms Caochan na Moine Guirme. Name signifies "speckled streamlet".
OS1/17/23/48 Carn Odhar Carn Odhar Mr D Whyte Mr John Smith 031 This name signifies "Dun hill" and is applied to a slight eminence situated between Caochan Breac and Caochan Odhar, the property of A. MacKintosh esq. of Cullachie.
OS1/17/23/48 County of Inverness, Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/17/23/49 LOCH A' CHUIRN EITIDH Loch a' Chuirn Eitidh Loch a' Chairn Eitidh Mr. D. Whyte Mr. John Smith 031 This name signifies "Loch of the Stormy Cairn" and is applied to a small mountain Loch situated about 30 chains north of Càrn Eitidh. The property of A. Mackintosh esq. of Cullachie.
OS1/17/23/49 CREAG NAN GOBHAR 031 For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Six Inch Sheet 20
OS1/17/23/49 ALLT NA LAIRIGE For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Six Inch Sheet 20
OS1/17/23/49 BEINN DUBH For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Six Inch Sheet 20
OS1/17/23/49 ALLT NA FUAR-GHLAIC For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Six Inch Sheet 20
OS1/17/23/49 BEINN NAN CAILLEACH For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Six Inch Sheet 20
OS1/17/23/49 COACHAN NA MOINE GUIRME For Authorities and Description see Name Book of Six Inch Sheet 20
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OS1/17/23/50 CAOCHAN ODHAR Coachan Odhar Mr D Whyte Mr John Smith 031 ; 043 This name signifies 'The Dun Streamlet' and is applied to a small mountain stream which collects immediately to the east of Carn Odhan and flows in a southerly direction until it forms Kyllachie Burn.
OS1/17/23/50 CARN EITIDH Carn Eitidh Mr D Whyte Mr John Smith 031 ; 032 ; 043 ; 044 This name signifies 'The dismal or stormy cairn', and is applied to a small eminence situated immediately north of Kyllachie Burn and about 30 chains south of Loch a Chuirn. Eitidh. The property of A. Mackintosh esq. of Cullachie.
OS1/17/23/50 County of Inverness, Parish of Moy and Dalarossie
OS1/17/23/51 STRATHERRICK Stratherrick Rev. [Reverend] Mr McIntyre, Boleskine Rev. [Reverend] J. McNaughton, Dores Mr Cameron, Postmaster, 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 its northern limit. It consists of cultivated and moorland interspersed with some rocky hills. It extends to the south west as far as Knockie and Ardochy, and to the south east as far as Achnabat, and is bounded on the north west by Glen Albyn, and on the south east by the Monadhliath Mountains; it embraces parts of the several parishes of Dores, Dores (Detached) Boleskine and Abertarff (Detd. [Detached]) and Daviot and Dunlichity; and it is the property of the following gentlemen. Viz. Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle; Fountain Walker, Muirtown; Captain Fraser of Balnain; and Colonel Fraser Tytler of Auldourie.
OS1/17/23/51 GLEN ALBYN Glen Albyn Rev. J. McLean, F. Ch. Manse Errogie Rev. Mr McIntyre Manse, Boleskine Mr D. Stewart, Schoolmaster Boleskin Mr A. McPherson, Glendoebeg Mr. H McDonald, Fort Augustus 011 ; 012 ; 019 ; 030 Glen Albyn or 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 principal of which is Loch Ness. The scenery of this glen is very picturesque.
OS1/17/23/51 County of Inverness, Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity & Dores (detached)
OS1/17/23/52 GENERAL WADE'S MILITARY ROAD General Wade's Military Road Mr McDonnell, Road Contractor, White Bridge Mr Mafson, Farmer, Kindrummond Mr J. Fraser, Foyers Mr A. McDonald, Fortaugustus Mr J. Campbell, Dalchapple. 011 ; 012 ; 019 ; 030 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 Fortaugustus, one leading to Fort George, by White Bridge, Foyers, Dores and Inverness and another in a southerly direction to Fort William; also one to the west coast opposite Skye by Loch Clunie at the head of Glen Moriston,these roads are now kept in repair by the county with the exception of the one from Fort Augustus to the West Coast.
OS1/17/23/52 LOCH NESS Loch Ness Rev. John McDonald, Fortaugustus Rev. J McColl, Fortaugustus Mr McLeod, Post Office Fortaugustus 030 This is the largest fresh water loch in Scotland being about 27 miles long and averaging nearly a mile in width, and extending from Fortaugustus to Loch end. 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. For its whole length this loch is used in connection with the Caledonian Canal, and it is navigable for vessels drawing a deep draught of water.
OS1/17/23/52 County of Inverness, Parish of (not stated)
OS1/17/23/53 STRATH NAIRN Strath Nairn Strath Nairn Strath Nairn Strath Nairn Rev. [Reverend] A. McGillivray, Tomintoul Mr D. McGillivray, Schoolmaster Mr John Matheson, Schoolmaster, Farr New Statistical Account 020 ; 030 ; 031 ; 042 ; 043 "The valley of Strath Nairn which forms more than nine-temths of the united parishes of Daviot and Dunlichity, is in figure, nearly though not quite, tri-angular, and extends from Wester Abercalder, at its south western extremity, in a north western direction widening considerably towards the middle; the chain of precipitous and rugged cliffs which constitute a wall on its north side separating it from the parish of Dores; there suddenly breaking off; thence rapidly inclining to the bridge of Daviot on the Highland road where the strath may be said to terminate in a very steep and narrow glen". Vide New Statistical Account. Not more than one sixth of the strath is cultivated, the remainder being heather and plantations. The River Nairn runs through it, and it is in the hands of several proprietors.
OS1/17/23/53 ALLT AN RAOIN RUAIDH Allt an Raoin Ruaidh Allt an Raoin Ruaidh Allt an Raoin Ruaidh Rev. [Reverend] A. McGillivray, Tomintoul Mr D. White, Schoolmaster, Culaird Mr Smith, Shepherd, Mains of Flichity 031 This name is given to a small stream rising a short distance to the south west of Carn Dubh and runs northwestward until it enters the Flichity Burn about a mile and a half from Flichity House. It means stream of the red plain.
OS1/17/23/53 [Page] 53 County of Inverness, Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity Strath Nairn - Roman Capitals On 25 Inch scale? Allt an Raoin Ruaidh - On 1/2500 scale
OS1/17/23/54 ALLT BREAC Allt Breac Allt Breac Allt Breac Mr D. Whyte, Schoolmaster, Culaird Mr Fraser, Dalcrombie Mr McIntosh, Tullich 030 This is a small mountain stream nearly a mile in length which rises in the hills to the east of Loch a' Choire and falls into that Loch at its north eastern end. It means Trout Stream.
OS1/17/23/54 CREAG MHÒR For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 1/2500 work parish of Daviot and Dunlichity.
OS1/17/23/54 CREAG NAM BÀ For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 1/2500 work parish of Daviot and Dunlichity.
OS1/17/23/54 [Page) 54 County of Inverness -- Parish of Daviot and Dunlichity Allt Breac [note] on 25 Inch Creag Mhòr [note] on 25 Inch Creag nam Bà [note] Bò -- on 25 Inch -- Bò if cows be meant [signed] A.B. Coddington Lt R.E. [Lieutenant Royal Engineers] 20th April 1871.
OS1/17/23/55 Name Book of parts of the parishes of Dores, Daviot and Dunlichity, and Croy and Dalcross. In 6 inch Sheets Numers 30 & 31 In the County of Inverness
OS1/17/23/56 [Page] 56 [Volume] 23 INDEX To Six Inch Sheets Nos 30 & 31 Highland Work Names of Objects -- Page -- 6 inch Sheet Abersky-- 23 -- XXX Achnabat -- 20 -- XXX Allt a’ Chlachain -- 31 -- XXXI Allt a’ Chreagain -- 33 -- XXXI Allt an Lòin -- 36 -- XXXI Allt an Raoin Ruaidh -- 53 -- XXXI Allt an Ruighe Bhuidhe -- 5 -- XXX Allt Beag -- 47 -- XXXI Allt Breac -- 54 -- XXX Allt Coire Féith Nan Deann -- 46 -- XXXI Allt Coire Ruithe -- 41 - XXXI Allt Creagach -- 28 -- XXXI Allt Dubhach -- 43 -- XXXI Allt Eada da Lochan -- 32 -- XXXI Allt Eas a’ Chait -- 4 -- XXX Allt Glac an Eich -- 42 -- XXXI Allt Gogach -- 35 -- XXXI Allt na Crìche -- 4 -- XXX Allt na Doire -- 6 -- XXX Allt na Fuar-ghlaic -- 49 -- XXXI Allt Na Glaic Ròpaiche -- 29 -- XXXI Allt na Lairige -- 49 -- XXXI Allt Uisge Geamhraidh -- 38 -- XXXI Aan Doire -- 4 -- XXX An Doirlinn -- 22 -- XXX An Dubh-ghlac -- 2 -- XXX An Còs -- 3 -- XXX An Leacann -- 8 -- XXX Badan Gorm -- 30 -- XXXI Balnaclach -- 30 -- XXXI Baillie -- 20 -- XXX Beinn a’ Bhathaich -- 12 -- XXX Beinn A’ Chait -- 2 -- XXX Beinn A’ Chasain -- 13 -- XXX Beinn Bhreac -- 47 -- XXXI Beinn Dubh -- 49 -- XXXI Beinn nan Cailleach -- 49 -- XXXI Bochruben -- 24 -- XXX Cairns -- 7 -- XXX Caochan Breac -- 48 -- XXXI Caochan Buidheach -- 39 -- XXXI Caochan Dubh -- 40 -- XXXI Caochan nam Breac -- 37 -- XXXI Caochan na Moine Guirme -- 49 -- XXXI Caochan Odhar -- 50 -- XXXI Càrn An Achaidh -- 25 -- XXXI Càrn an Dubh-ghlaic -- 2 -- XXX Càrn a' Fheadain -- 13 -- XXX Càrn An Fhreacadain -- 26 -- XXXI Càrn Dearg -- 38 -- XXXI Càrn Eitidh -- 50 -- XXXI Càrn Féith nan Deann -- 45 -- XXXI Càrn Glac An Etch -- 42 -- XXXI Càrn Loch na Leitire -- 35 -- XXXI Càrn Mòr -- 11 -- XXX Càrn Na Farr’ Bheinne -- 46 -- XXXI Càrn na Leitreach -- 11 -- XXX Càrn Na Sguabaig -- 39 -- XXXI Càrn Odhar -- 48 -- XXXI Càrn Ruithe Reidhe -- 38 -- XXXI Càrn Ruigh An T-seilich -- 12 -- XXX Cas Garbh -- 30 -- XXXI Cas Liath -- 9 -- XXX Church (Chapel Of Ease, Disused) -- 17 -- XXX Cnoc An t-sithein -- 45 -- XXXI Cnoc na Saobhaidh -- 37 -- XXXI Coillemore -- 1 -- XXX Coir' an Fhraoich -- 14 -- XXX Coire Feith Nan Deann -- 42 -- XXXI Coire na Làraiche -- 28 -- XXXI Coire Ruithe -- 41 -- XXXI Craggan -- 34 -- XXXI Creag a’ Chait -- 27 -- XXXI Creag a’ Choin -- 27 -- XXXI Creag an Dubhair -- 33 -- XXXI Creag a’ Ghiubhais -- 12 -- XXX Creag Bad An Etch -- 10 -- XXX Creag Bhreac -- 3 -- XXX Creag Bhuidhe -- 26 -- XXXI Creag Chro’ -- 36 -- XXXI
OS1/17/23/57 [Page] 57 Names of Objects -- Page -- 6 inch Sheet Creag Dhubh -- 25 -- XXXI Creag Dhubh -- 44 -- XXXI Creag Dhubh -- 9 -- XXXI Creag Liath -- 31 -- XXX Creag Mhòr -- 54 -- XXXI Creag na h-Isolair -- 15 -- XXX Creag nam Ba' -- 54 -- XXXI Creag Nan Clag -- 21 -- XXX Creag nan Gobhar -- 49 -- XXXI Culcairn -- 34 -- XXXI Drumashie Wood -- 8 -- XXXI Dalcrombie -- 20 -- XXX Dubh-lochan -- 9 -- XXX Dunchea -- 17 -- XXX Eas a’ Chait -- 6 -- XXX Easter Erchite -- 7 -- XXX Easter Ruthven -- 19 -- XXX Erchite Hill -- 15 -- XXX Erchite Wood -- 17 -- XXX Eudinuagain -- 23 -- XXX Feith Ghlas -- 13 -- XXX Gaeck -- 34 -- XXXI General Wade’s Military Road -- 52 -- XXX Glac a’ Chatha -- 43 -- XXX Glac an Eich -- 41 -- XXX Glac Ròpach -- 29 -- XXXI Loch a' Chalchain -- 32 -- XXXI Loch a' Chuirn Eitidh -- 49 -- XXXI Loch Ceo-glas -- 21 -- XXX Loch Dun Na Seilcheig -- 10 -- XXX Loch nan Geadas -- 10 -- XXX Loch Ness -- 52 -- XXX Loch Ruthven -- 19 -- XXX Lynroich -- 34 -- XXXI Meal na Fuar-ghlaic -- 49 -- XXXI Meall Na h-uaighe -- 22 -- XXX Preas Dubh -- 11 -- XXX River Farigaig -- 2 -- XXX River Farnack -- 1 -- XXXI Rudha Ruadh -- 14 -- XXX Ruthven -- 19 -- XXX School -- 18 -- XXX Stac An Fhithich -- 32 -- XXXI Stac Dearg -- 31 -- XXXI Stac na Cathaig -- 27 -- XXXI Stratherrick -- 51 -- XXXI Strath Nairn -- 53 -- XXXI Tom a' Chrochaidh -- 21 -- XXX Tom Bailgean -- 22 -- XXX Tombreck -- 23 -- XXX Tom Buidhe -- 16 -- XXX Tomintoul -- 24 -- XXX Tom Mòr -- 15 -- XXX Torr a’ Bhealaidh -- 16 -- XXX Tòrr an Daimh -- 3 -- XXX Torness -- 18 -- XXX Uaigneith Uasal Feith na h-Eurrainn -- 44 -- XXXI Uisge Dubh -- 40 -- XXXI Wester Erchite -- 8 -- XXX West Town -- 8 -- XXX Whitefield -- 24 -- XXX