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OS1/17/34/3

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT POLL A' GHARBH FHEARNA Allt Poll a' Gharbh Fhearna Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach
James Fraser. Burnarkaig
Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig
095 "The stream of the pool of the thick Alder." A small stream rising about 22 chains north east of Lochan an Fhigheadair flowing northward until it enters Pool a Gharbh Fhearna.
POLL A' GHARBH FHEÀRNA Poll a' Gharbh Fheàrna Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach
James Fraser. Burnarkaig
Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig
095 "The pool of the thick alder" a deep pool in
BÀN ÀTH Bàn Àth Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach
James Fraser. Burnarkaig
Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig
095 "The White Ford" A shallow portion of Loch Quoich at its north eastern extremity
ALLT GARUIDHE Allt Garuidhe Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach
James Fraser. Burnarkaig
Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig
095 Described in the N. [Name] Book of S. [Sheet] 80

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Co. [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie

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