List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLENGARRY FOREST Glengarry Forest J. Fraser, Bunarkaig
A Cameron Bunarkaig
G. Malcomson Esq. Factor
096 ; 097 ; 112 An extensive range of wood and moorland, the western boundary of which extends southward from the junction of Allt Criche with Loch Garry to the source of Allt Dearg, thence along the said stream to its junction with Loch Lochy, which forms its southern boundary as far as the Lands of Kilfinnan which forms part of the eastern boundary towards L. [Loch] Garry which forms its northern boundary, the whole of which is situated on the Lands of E. Elliee Esqr. Invergarry
RIVER KINGIE River Kingie 095 Described in the name book of sheet 109
GLEN KINGIE Glen Kingie 095 Described in the name book of sheet 109

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Parish of Kilmonivaig Inverness-shire

Written on sheet 94. [Comment underneath River Kingie entry]
Written on sheet 94. On Margin of 95 [Comment underneath Glen Kingie entry]

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