List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH HOURN LOCH HOURN. Rev [Reverend] John McRae, E.C. [Established Church] Glenelg.
Mr A. Barclay. Schoolmaster, Arnisdale
Mr A. McCaskell, gamekeeper. Arnisdale
062 ; 076 ; 077 ; 078 An extensive arm of the Sea, intersecting this parish in a S.E [South East] direction from its opening into the Sound of Sleat, and dividing the district of Glenelg proper from that of Knoydart. It is nearly five miles wide at its mouth, and its width decreases but very little till it reaches Corran, where it is about two miles in width; and at Barrisdale it decreases considerably into loch Hourn Beg. Its length (including Loch Hourn Beg) is nearly twenty miles

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Parish of Glenelg. Co. [County] Inverness

[Signed] Charles Cooke. Sapper, R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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