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OS1/17/34/62

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT CÀM BHEALACH Allt Càm Bealach Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke
Mr. A Cameron
Mr. A McDonald
111 A mountain stream rising at the head of "Càm Bealach": it flows in a westerly course & forms the ph. [parish] boundary to its junction with "Amhainn Chiaaig" a short distance north of "Allt Coire Odhar Mòr"
ALLT BEALACH AN EASAIN Allt Bealach an Easainn Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke
Mr. A Cameron
Mr. A McDonald
111 A small stream rising in "Bealach an Easain" and flowing in a southerly Course until it joins "Amhainn Chiaaig" near the confluence of "Allt Tarsuinn & the latter River. At this place "Gleann Tarsuinn" ends & Glean Ciaaig begins. Sig:- [Signification] "The stream of the pass of the small waterfall"
ALLT COIRE ODHAR MÒR Allt Coire Odhar Mòr Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke
Mr. A Cameron
Mr. A McDonald
111 A small stream rising in the Corry of the same name: it joins "Amhain Chiaaig" near "Allt Càm Bealach" - Sig:- [Signification] "The stream of the large dun corry"

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Sheet 111 -- Phs [Parishes] Killmallie & Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness

Allt Càm Bealach [notes]
Bhealaich ?
See Cam Bhealach on margin of Plan 111 see Also N. Bk. [Name Book] for Plan 112 page 5 - names must be assimilated
Should be written Allt Càm Bhealaich

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