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OS1/17/34/77

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT AN FHAING Allt an Fhaing Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Corpach
Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig
James Fraser Bunarkaig
111 "The stream of the fank or fold" A Small Stream rising between Meall Coire Lochain and Meall na Leanga flowing South east until it unites with Allt Glas Dhoire Mòr.
ALLT GLAS DHOIRE MÒR Allt Glas Dhoire Mòr Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Corpach
Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig
James Fraser Bunarkaig
111 "The stream of the great grey thicket" A Small stream rising in Coire Leacach flowing Southward until it enters Loch Lochy
GLAS DHOIRE MÒR Glas Dhoire Mòr Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Corpach
Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig
James Fraser Bunarkaig
111 "The great grey thicket" An extensive portion of woodland on the north bank of Loch Lochy and on the Estate of Lochiel

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County of Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie

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