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Inverness-shire Mainland volume 34

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/17/34/1 KILMALLIE Described in the name Book of Sheet 161
OS1/17/34/1 KILMONIVAIG Described in the name Book of Sheet 127
OS1/17/34/1 [Page] 1 Inverness-shire
OS1/17/34/2 [Page] 2 [blank page]
OS1/17/34/3 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.
OS1/17/34/3 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
OS1/17/34/3 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
OS1/17/34/3 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
OS1/17/34/3 [Page] 3 Co. [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Gray Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/4 LOCHAN AN FHIGHEADAIR Lochan an Fhigheadair Dr [Doctor] Clark. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The Weaver's Small Loch" A small Loch on the east base of Meall a Chait through which a small stream flows.
OS1/17/34/4 BEINN BHEAG Beinn Bheag Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The Small mountain" A bold rocky eminence on the east margin of trace and on the lands of Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/4 RUDHA DUBH NAM FIADH Rudha Dubh nam Fiadh Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The black point of the deer" A rocky eminence at an acute bend of the south border of Loch Quoich.
OS1/17/34/4 [Page] 4 Co [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie 6 Inch [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/5 AN AIRIDH An Airidh Dr [Doctor]Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 "The Shealing" A hollow portion of heath-land. where formerly a number of small dwellings existed
OS1/17/34/5 MEALL A' CHAIT Meall a' Chait Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 "The Cat's Hill" A bold eminence on the west of Allt Lochan an Fhigheader and on the lands of Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/5 ALLT LOCHAN AN FHIGHEADAIR Allt Lochan an Fhigheadair Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 "The Stream of the Weaver's Small Loch" A small stream rising at the east base of Meall a' Chait flowing north west until it enters Loch Quoich.
OS1/17/34/5 ALLT COIRE AN T-SEASGAICH Allt Coire an t-Seasgaich Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 Described in the N. [Name] Book of S. [Sheet] 80
OS1/17/34/5 [Page] 5 Co [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie (6 Inch James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/6 RUIGE ALLT A' CHUIRN Ruighe Allt à Chuirn Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Kilmallie James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The herding place of the burn of the cairn" A small portion of Heathy pasture on the north border of Loch Quoich.
OS1/17/34/6 ALLT NA H-AIRIDH Allt na h-Àiridh Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Kilmallie James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 094 ; 095 "The Stream of the Shealing" A small stream rising on the west base of Druim na Geid Shalaich flowing north eastward until it enters Loch Quoich
OS1/17/34/6 RUIGHE NA H-AIRIDH Ruighe na h-Airidh Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Kilmallie James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The hearding place of the Shealing" A small portion of hollow heath-land on the south margin of Loch Quoich.
OS1/17/34/6 [Page] 6 Co [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie 6 Inch [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/7 LEAC DOIRE LOCHAIDH Leac Doire Lochaidh Dr [Doctor] Clarke Kilmallie James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 080 ; 095 "The hill side of Lochy's thicket" A sloping portion of moor-land with a number of Trees interspersed.
OS1/17/34/7 GUALA DOIRE NAN CABAR Guala Doire nan Caber Dr [Doctor] Clarke Kilmallie James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The shoulder of the thicket of the stakes" A promenient point of rocky moor-land on the east bank of Allt Fearna
OS1/17/34/7 CLAON LEITIR Claon Leiter Dr [Doctor] Clarke Kilmallie James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The sloping hill side" A steep bank of woodland on the lands of Lochel
OS1/17/34/7 [Page] 7 Co [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie 6 Inch [Signed] James Grey Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/7 Promenient [Prominent] mis-spelt on Guala Doire nan Caber entry.
OS1/17/34/8 TEANGAN NA CAS RUITH Teargan na Cas Ruith Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 080 ; 095 "Tongues or points of land between rapid Streams" A few sharp points of elevated moorland on the east of Allt à Ghobhain.
OS1/17/34/8 ALLT A' GHOBHAIN Allt à Ghobhain Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 080 ; 095 "The Smiths stream" A mountain stream rising about 1 mile north of Doire Doon [Donn] flowing south east until it enters Loch Poll-airidh
OS1/17/34/8 DOIRE DONN Doire Donn Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 "The Brown Thicket" A small portion of woodland on the north Bank of the Geàrr Garry
OS1/17/34/8 [Page] 8 Co [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie 6 Inch [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/9 LOCHAN NA CURRA Lochan na Curra Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig A. McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The heron's Small Loch" A Small Loch from which Allt Lochan na Curra flows.
OS1/17/34/9 ALLT LOCHAN NA CURRA Allt Lochan na Curran Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig A. McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The stream of the herons small Loch" A small stream flowing from Lochan na Curra in a northward direction until it enters Kingie. Pool.
OS1/17/34/9 KINGIE POOL Kingie Pool Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig A. McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 A deep pool at the junction of Geàrr Garry and River Kingie noted by Anglers for its abundance of Fish.
OS1/17/34/9 [Page] 9 Co [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/10 BEUL ATH AN DOIRE DHUINN Beul Àth' an Doire Dhuinn Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The ford of the brown thicket" A shallow portion of Gearr Garry at Doire Donn
OS1/17/34/10 TOM AN DOIRE DHUINN Tom an Doire Dhuinn Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The Knoll of the brown thicket" A slight eminence at the point where Glen Kingie terminates on the nort [North] bank of River Kingie
OS1/17/34/10 CNOC DHOIRE MHARTUIN Cnoc Dhoire Mhartuin Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The Knoll of Martin's thicket" A bold heathy eminence situate between Lochan na Curra and the River Kingie.
OS1/17/34/10 [Page] 10 Co [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie 6 Inch [Signed] James Gray Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/11 EILEAN AN FHEIDH Eilean an Fheidh Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 "The island of the deer" A Small island in the Kingie Pool
OS1/17/34/11 EILEAN DUBH Eilean Dubh Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 "The black island" A Small island situate between Kingie Pool and Loch Poll-airidh.
OS1/17/34/11 DARVORGIL Davorgil (Local Spelling) Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 An ordinary sheep-farm with small dwelling for shepherds. The property of E.Elliee Esqr Glengarry.
OS1/17/34/11 [Page] 11 Co. [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie James Gray Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/12 LOCH POULARY Loch Poll-air-idh Loch Poulary (local) Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 "The loch of the muddy shealing" A Small loch about ¼ mile South West of Poulay. which forms the Source of the river garry.
OS1/17/34/12 ALLT POLL-AIRIDH Allt Poll-airidh Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 A Small Stream rising about 1 Mile north of Poulary flowing Southward until it enters Loch Poll-airidh.
OS1/17/34/12 POULARY Poulary (Local spelling) Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig 095 A Small dwelling with croft Attached the property of E. Ellice Esqr. Glengarry
OS1/17/34/12 [Page] 12 Co. [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Gray Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/13 EILEAN A' MHORAIR Eilean à Mhorair Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The Lord's Island" A small island at the eastern extremity of Loch Poll-airidh
OS1/17/34/13 BEALACH AN T-SLUGAIN Bealach an t-Slugain Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The pass of the gullet" A small hollow situate between the River Garry and Allt Choir à Bhalachain
OS1/17/34/13 BAD AN T-SEOBHAIG Bad An t-Seobhaig Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The hawks patch" A bold eminence situate about 1 mile South of Poulary.
OS1/17/34/13 [Page] 13 Co [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kimonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Gray Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/14 ALLT NA H-EIRIC Allt na h-Eiric Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 080 ; 095 "The stream of the ransom" A Small Stream rising about 1 Mile North East of Poulary flowing South west until it enters the River Garry
OS1/17/34/14 ALLT SLATACH Allt Slatach Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The stream abounding with twigs" A Small Stream rising about ¾ of a Mile North East of Poulary. flowing in a north westerly direction until it enters the river garry.
OS1/17/34/14 LOCHAN AN STAICE Lochan an Staic Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig 095 "The small loch of the precipice" A Small situate about ½ Mile South of Claon Leiter
OS1/17/34/14 [Page] 14 Co [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie Allt Slatach [note] Slatach (adj.) [adjective] Abounding in twigs, &c [signed] James Gray Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/15 ALLT SRÒN NA GEID SALAICH Allt Sròn na Geid Salaich Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The Stream of the nose of the dirty spot" A Small stream rising on the south base of Druim na Geid Shalaich flowing south into the R. [River] Kingie
OS1/17/34/15 ALLT LUIB AN ACHAIDH DHUIBH Allt Luib an Achaidh Dhuibh Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 094 ; 095 "The stream of the bend of the blackfield" a small stream rising on the S.W. [South West] base of Druim naa Geid Shalaich flowing South into the R. [River] Kingie
OS1/17/34/15 LOCHAN NAN SGÙD Lochan nan Sgùd Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The small loch of the clusters" A Small loch on the River Kingie at Lochan
OS1/17/34/15 [Page] 15 Co [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie Allt Sròn na Geid Salaich [note] Salaich An adjective & must agree with its noun in gender, &c, J.C. [signed] James Gray Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/16 DRUIM NA GEID SALAICH Druim na Geid Shalaich Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 094 ; 095 "The ridge of the dirty spot" A bold heathy eminence situate on the lands of Lochiel
OS1/17/34/16 SRON NA GEIG SALAICH Sròn na Geid Shalaich Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The point or nose of the dirty spot" A bold eminence on the South base of Druim na Geid Shalaich.
OS1/17/34/16 LOCHAN Lochan (Local Spelling) Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 A small dwelling on an ordinary sheep-farm. the property of D. Cameron Esqr. Lochiel
OS1/17/34/16 [Page] 16 Co. [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivag & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper RE [Royal Engineers] See Page 15 [Comment underneath Druim na Geid Salaich entry]
OS1/17/34/17 LUB AN ACHAIDH DHUIBH Lub an Achaidh Dhuibh Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 094 ; 095 "The bend of the blackfield" An acute bend on the course of the River Kingie
OS1/17/34/17 RUIGHE COIRE NAN EASAICHEAN Ruighe Choire nan Easaichean Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 094 ; 095 ; 109 "The herding place of the Corry of the waterfall" A small portion of heathy pasture south west of Allt nam Cnamh
OS1/17/34/17 ALLT CRICHE Allt Criche Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The boundary stream" A small stream rising about 1 mile S.E. [South East] of Lochan flowing northward into the R. [River] Kingie
OS1/17/34/17 [Page] 17 Co. [County] of Inverness Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/18 BEALACH NA FAIRE Bealach na Faire Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach A. McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The pass of the Watching" A narrow pass between Torr an Darach & Druim na Geid Shalaich.
OS1/17/34/18 TORRAN DARACH Torran Darach Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach A. McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The Small oak Knoll" A Slight eminence Situated on the lands of Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/18 ALLT TORRAIN DHARAICH Allt Torrain Dharaich Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach A. McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The Stream of the Small oak knoll" a Small Stream rising in bealach na faire flowing Southward into the River Kingie
OS1/17/34/18 [Page] 18 Co [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie Allt Torrain Dharaich [note] D after n not aspirated [signed] James Gray Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/19 ALLT NAN CNAMH Allt nan Cnàmh Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The stream of the bones" A small stream rising about 1 mile S.E. [South East] of Lochan flowing north into the River Kingie
OS1/17/34/19 ALLT DOIR' AN LOCHAIN Allt Doir' an Lochain Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The stream of the thicket of the little Loch" A small stream takes its rise a little to the S.E. [South East] of Druim an Doire Luidneiche flowing north into the River Kingie
OS1/17/34/19 GLENQUOICH FOREST Glenquoich Forest 095 Described in the name book of sheet 80
OS1/17/34/19 [Page] 19 Co. [County] Inverness. Parish of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers] On margin of 95 -- Written on sheet 80 [Comments underneath Glenquoich Forest entry]
OS1/17/34/20 DRUIM AN DOIRE LUIDNICH Druim an Doire Luidnich Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The ridge of the drooping thicket" A heathy eminence on the South of Lochan nan Sqúd.
OS1/17/34/20 ALLT A' CHOIRE RIABHAICH Allt a Choire Riabhaich Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The Stream of the brindled corry" A small stream rising in Coire Bheithich flowing north east until it unites with Allt a Ghiubhais Chruinn.
OS1/17/34/20 BUNKINGIE BunKingie Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 The junction of the River Kingie with the Gearr Garry meaning "The Foot of the Kingie
OS1/17/34/20 [Page] 24 Co. [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/21 AOBRAN ALLT A' GHIUBHAIS Aobran Allt a Ghiubhais Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkig James Fraser Bunarkig 095 "The ankle of the fir Stream" A Sharp bend on the river Kingie.
OS1/17/34/21 COILLE MHORGIL Coille Mhorgil Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkig James Fraser Bunarkig 095 A small wood on the north side of L. [Loch] Poulary between Eilean Dubh and Darvorgil, meaning "Wood of the large water"
OS1/17/34/21 ALLT DOIRE HUAN Allt Doire Huan (Local spelling) Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkig James Fraser Bunarkig 095 A Small Stream rising on Druim na Luibe Duibhe flowing north west until it enters the River Kingie, it forms the division of the parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie also the lands of Lochel and glengarry and the northeastern boundary of the district of Lochaber.
OS1/17/34/21 [Page] 21 Co [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [signed] James Gray Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/22 DRUIM NA LUIBE DUIBHE Druim na Luibe Duibhe Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The ridge of the black bend" A bold eminence the water-shed of which divides the Phs [Parishes] of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie also the lands of Lochiel Glengarry
OS1/17/34/22 UILLT GHIUBHAIS Uillt Ghiubhais Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 095 "The fir streams" Two small streams rising on the north west base of Druim na Luibe Duibhe flowing westward until they enter Allt Ghiubhais Chruinn.
OS1/17/34/22 ALLT A' GHIUBHAIS CHRUINN Allt a Ghiubhais Chruinn Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The stream of the crooked fir" A mountain stream rising about 1 mile south west of Druim na Luibe Duibhe flowing northward until it enters the River Kingie
OS1/17/34/22 [Page] 22 Co [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/23 ALLT BAD AN T-SEOBHAIG Allt Bad an t-Seobhaig Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The Stream of the hawk's patch" A mountain Stream rising on the west of Coire Fhionn Dail flowing in a North eastward direction until it enters Allt choir a Bhalachain
OS1/17/34/23 COIRE FIONN-DHAIL Coire Fionn-dhail Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The corry of the white field" A Small heathy hollow on the North base of Glas Bheinn
OS1/17/34/23 ALLT FIONN-DHAIL Allt Fionn-dhail Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The Stream of the White field" A Small stream rising in Coire Fhionn Dail flowing north east until it enters the River Garry
OS1/17/34/23 [Page] 23 Co [County] Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie Coire Fionn-dhail [note] Coire Fionn Dhalach, or Dhail, or Coire Fionn-dhalach or Fionn-dhail Allt Fionn-dhail [note] Allt Fionn Dhalach, or Dhail, An Adjective prefixed to its Substantive is indeclinable except aspiration - but in this case Fionn ought not be aspirated. [Signed] James Gray Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/24 GLAS BHEINN Glas Bheinn Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The Grey Mountain" A bold heathy eminence situate on the lands of E. Elliee Esqr Glengarry
OS1/17/34/24 LOCHAN CEANN CAOL GLAS BHEINN Lochan Ceann Caol Glas Bheinn Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The little Loch of the narrow end of the Grey mountain" A small Loch on the west base of Glas Bheinn.
OS1/17/34/24 LOCH QUOICH Loch Quoich 095 Described in the name book of sheet 94
OS1/17/34/24 ALLT FEARNA Allt Fearna 095 Described in the name book of sheet 94
OS1/17/34/24 [Page] 24 Co. [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/25 ALLT CHOIR' A' BHALACHAIN Allt Choire' à Bhalachain Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 "The stream of the corry of the Cowherd" A mountain stream rising in Coire a Bhalachain flowing nort east until it unites with the River Kingie.
OS1/17/34/25 GEARR GARRY Geàrr. Garry (Local spelling) Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander McDonald Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 095 A small river flowing from Loch Quoich in a South easterly direction until it unites with the Kingie Pool from which pool Loch Poll-airidh is formed
OS1/17/34/25 GLEN QUOICH 094 - 095 Described in the name book of 94
OS1/17/34/25 [Page] 25 Co. [County] Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper RE [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/26 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
OS1/17/34/26 RIVER KINGIE River Kingie 095 Described in the name book of sheet 109
OS1/17/34/26 GLEN KINGIE Glen Kingie 095 Described in the name book of sheet 109
OS1/17/34/26 [Page] 26 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]
OS1/17/34/27 ALLT GARAIDH GHUALAICH Allt Garaidh Ghualaich Duncan McDonald Keeper Mr Munro Inchlaggan RodricK Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A large stream formed by junction "Allt Ailein" & "Allt an Fhithich": flowing north into the "River Garry" meaning unKnown.
OS1/17/34/27 GARRYGUALACH Garrygualach (Local) Duncan McDonald Keeper Mr Munro Inchlaggan RodricK Cameron Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a Cluster of houses and Small Crofts, situate at the foot of Allt Garraidh Ghualach"
OS1/17/34/27 EILEAN RIABHACH Eilean Riabhach Duncan McDonald Keeper Mr Munro Inchlaggan RodricK Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small island in the River Garry, near the mouth of "Allt "Garaidh Ghualaich". Sig. [Signification] The brindled island.
OS1/17/34/27 [Page] 27 Co [County] Inverness -- Sheet. 96. -- Parish of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig
OS1/17/34/28 GARBH ALLT Garbh Allt D. McDonald. Keeper Mr. Munroe, Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small stream flowing south out of "Lochan nam Freumhag" into the "River Garry" (Sig) [Signifies] The rough stream
OS1/17/34/28 ALLT AN DOIRE FHEARNA Allt an Doire Fheàrna D. McDonald. Keeper Mr. Munroe, Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 081 ; 096 A small stream flowing south into "Garbh Allt" Sig. [Signifies] The stream of the Alder thicket,"
OS1/17/34/28 TORR A' GHARBH UILLT Torr á Gharbh Uillt D. McDonald. Keeper Mr. Munroe, Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A wooded hill lying west of "Garbh Allt" Sig. [Signifies] The mound of the rough stream,"
OS1/17/34/28 [Page] 28 Co. [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Written on sheet 81 [Comment underneath Allt an Doire Fheàrna]
OS1/17/34/29 BEUL ATH A' BHALACHAIN Beul Àth a' Bhalachain Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan R. Cameron. Inchlaggan Mr Grant Tomandown 096 Applied to a ford on the River Garry, below Tomandown Inn Sig. [Signifies] "The boy's ford."
OS1/17/34/29 DRUIM AN DARAICH Druim an Daraich Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan R. Cameron. Inchlaggan Mr Grant Tomandown 096 A small hill lying between "Allt Garaidh Ghualach" and the River Garry. Sig. [Signifies] "The ridge of the oak"
OS1/17/34/29 DOIRE GARBH Doire Garbh Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan R. Cameron. Inchlaggan Mr Grant Tomandown 096 A small wood, on Allt "Garaidh Ghualach" Sig [Signifies] "The rough thicket"
OS1/17/34/29 TEANGAN UIRE Teangan Uire Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan R. Cameron. Inchlaggan Mr Grant Tomandown 096 A peice [piece] of land between Allt Lon Ghlas Bheinn & Allt an Fhithich & Allt Garaidh Sig, [Signifies] The fair little Tongue'
OS1/17/34/29 [Page] 29 Co. [County] Inverness Sheet 96. Parishes of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig
OS1/17/34/30 LOCHAN NAM FREUMHAG Lochan nam Freumhag Mr Munro Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr Grant. Tomandown 096 A small loch at the head of "Garbh Allt" Sit. [Signification] The small loch of the fibres
OS1/17/34/30 MEALL COIR' AN EICH Meall Coire an Eich Mr Munro Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr Grant. Tomandown 096 A Small hill. Situated on the East of "Allt Garaidh Ghualach". Sig. [Signification] The hill or the horse's Corry.
OS1/17/34/30 INCHLAGGAN Inchlaggan (Local) Mr Munro Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr Grant. Tomandown 096 A small district containing a few small Crofts &c. about a mile and a half east of Tomandown Inn
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OS1/17/34/31 LOCH DOIRE AOIDHEIL Loch Doire Aoidheil Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr. Grant; Tomandown R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small Loch in the River Garry Sig. [Signifies] "The Loch of the beautiful thicket."
OS1/17/34/31 LIATH DHOIRE Liath Dhoire Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Grant; Tomandown R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small birch wood Sig. [Signifies] "The grey thicket."
OS1/17/34/31 LURG A' CHUILINN Lurg à Chuilinn Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Grant; Tomandown R. Cameron Inchlaggan 081 ; 096 A small hill east of "Liath Dhoire" Sig. [Signifies] The hill side of the holly
OS1/17/34/31 CLUAS FEARNA Cluas Feàrna Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Grant; Tomandown R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small piece of land south of "Lurg à Chuilinn" Sig. [Signifies] "Ear of the alder wood"
OS1/17/34/31 Co [County] Inverness Sheet 96. Parishes of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Written on Sheet 81 [Comment underneath Liath Dhoire]
OS1/17/34/32 TOM BAN Tom Bàn D, McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Grant, Tomandown 096 A small wooded hill, lying south of "Tòrr a Gharbh Uillt," Sig. [Signifies] "The white Knoll",
OS1/17/34/32 TOMDOWN INN Tomdown Inn (Local) D, McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Grant, Tomandown 096 A small substantial building with offices attached, situated at the junction of Glengarry Glenquoich and Cluny roads,
OS1/17/34/32 COILLE DHUBH INNIS AN T-SAOIR Coille Dubh Innis an t-Saoir D, McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Grant, Tomandown 096 A small Birch wood, on the south side of River Garry Sig. [Signifies] "The black wood of the sheltered valley of the Carpenter."
OS1/17/34/32 LOCHAN NA GLAS BHEINN Lochan na Glas Bheinn D, McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Grant, Tomandown 096 A small Loch, Sig. [Signifies] "Little Loch of the Grey mountain"
OS1/17/34/32 [Page] 32 Sheet 96 Co. [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Bheinn, on Plan [Comment underneath Lochan na Glas Bheinn entry]
OS1/17/34/33 CHURCH (Chapel of Ease) [Tomdown] Church Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron; Inchlaggan Mr. Grant; Tomandown 096 A small Church, where service is held once a month. It is in connection with the Establishment and is a Chapel of Ease
OS1/17/34/33 ALLT NAN CORP Allt nan Corp Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron; Inchlaggan Mr. Grant; Tomandown 096 A small stream, flowing north into "Allt Coire nan Saobaidh" Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the Corpses."
OS1/17/34/33 ALLT NA PLAIDE Allt na Plaide Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron; Inchlaggan Mr Grant; Tomandown 096 A small stream flowing north past Greenfield into "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh". Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the Blanket".
OS1/17/34/33 RIVER GARRY River Garry Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron; Inchlaggan Mr. Grant; Tomandown 081 ; 095 ; 096 A large river bearing this name from Loch Poulary to where it enters Loch Garry
OS1/17/34/33 [Page] 33 Sheet 96. Parishes of Kilmallie and Kilmonivaig Written Church, only, on plan ought it not be Chapel of Ease, only, ? [Comment underneath Church entry]
OS1/17/34/34 GREENFIELD Greenfield Mr Munro; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan Mr Grant; Tomandown Mr Wilson; Greenfield 096 Applied to a Sheep manager's house, farm steading &c near the banKs of "Allt Coire nan Saobaidh"
OS1/17/34/34 COILLE DHUBH Coille Dhubh Mr Munro; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan Mr McDonald Keeper 096 A large wood on the South Side of the River Garry. Sig. [Signification] "The blacK Wood".
OS1/17/34/34 TÒRR NA CARRAIGH Tòrr na Carraigh Mr Munro; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan Mr McDonald Keeper 096 A Small wooded hill taKing its name from a grave yard near its Summit. Sig. [Signification] "The mound of the pillar"
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OS1/17/34/35 AIRD A' BHEITHE Aird a' Bheithe Mr Munro Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr McDonald. Keeper 096 Applied to a point on the north shore of Loch Garry near the junction of the River Garry, and the Loch Sig. [Signification] "Promontory of the birch".
OS1/17/34/35 COILLE AIRIDH AN DORRAIN Coille Airidh an Dorrain Mr Munro Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr McDonald. Keeper 096 a small birch wood north of "Coille Dhubh". Sig. [Signification] "The wood of the herding places of vexation".
OS1/17/34/35 ALLT COIRE NAN SAOBHAIDH Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh Mr Munro Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr McDonald. Keeper 096 A large stream flowing in a northerly diirection into Loch Garry out of "Coire nan Saobhaidh" Sig. [Signification] "The Stream of the corry of the foxes' dens".
OS1/17/34/35 DOIREAN NA H-EARBA Doirean na h-Earba Mr Munro Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr McDonald. Keeper 096 A small wood, situated a little W. [West] of Breigh Uaine. Sig. [Signification] "The little Grove of the Roe"
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OS1/17/34/36 EILEAN NA CLOINNE Eilean na Cloinne Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr. McDonald Keeper 096 A small island on the River Garry, below Inchlaggan Sig. [Signifies] "The children's island."
OS1/17/34/36 LON NA H-EALA Lòn na h-Eala Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr. McDonald Keeper 096 Applied to a small piece of pasture, lying to the east of "Eilean na Cloinne". Sig. [Signifies] " The Swan's marsh."
OS1/17/34/36 ALLT CRICHE Allt Criche Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan Mr. McDonald Keeper 096 A small stream flowing north, into Loch Garry: near the mouth of Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh Sig."Boundary Stream,"
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OS1/17/34/37 MEALL ARD ACHAIDH Meall Ard Achaidh Mr. Wilson Greenfield Mr McDonald Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 A small hill lying to the south of "Doireachan" Sig. [Signifies] "The hill of the high field"
OS1/17/34/37 NA DOIREACHAN Na Doireachan Mr. Wilson Greenfield Mr McDonald Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan A small wood north of Meall ard Achá Sig. [Signifies] "Thickets"
OS1/17/34/37 SOUTH ARDACHY South Ardachy (Local) Mr. Wilson Greenfield Mr McDonald Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a keepers house about a mile east of Greenfield,
OS1/17/34/37 Loch Garry Loch Garry Described in the name book of sheet 82
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OS1/17/34/38 GREENFIELD WOOD Greenfield Wood (Local) Mr. Wilson Greenfield Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a small wood on the south shore of Loch Garry, and east of Greenfield
OS1/17/34/38 LADDIE WOOD Laddie Wood (Local) Mr Wilson Greenfield Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A large wood on the south shore of Loch Garry.
OS1/17/34/38 LADDIE Laddie (Local) Mr. Wilson Greenfield Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a few ruins situated at the mouth of "Allt Ladaidh"
OS1/17/34/38 ALLT À CHAORUINN Allt à Chaoruinn 096 Described in the name book of sheet 81
OS1/17/34/38 ALLT À BHEITHE Allt à Bheithe 096 Described in the name book of sheet 81
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OS1/17/34/39 ALLT LADAIDH Allt Ladaidh Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Wilson; Greenfield Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A large stream formed by the junction of "Allt an Fhùdeir" and Allt Leac "Ladaidh".
OS1/17/34/39 ALLT LON GHLAS BHEINN Allt Lòn Ghla Bheinn Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Wilson; Greenfield Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 095 ; 096 A large stream rising at the food of Sgòr Chòinich flowing in a north easterly direction till falls into Allt Garaidh Ghualach, Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the marsh of the grey mountain,"
OS1/17/34/39 ALLT A' MHILL THARSUINN Allt á Mhill Tharsuinn Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Wilson; Greenfield Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small stream rising at the foot of "Meall Tarsuinn" and flowing east into "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh" Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the cross hill,"
OS1/17/34/39 BEINN TEE Beinn Tee 096 , 097 Described in the name book of sheet 97
OS1/17/34/39 [Page] 39 Sheet 96. Co. [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Bheinne? written on sheet 95 [Comment underneath Allt Lòn Ghlas Bheinn]
OS1/17/34/40 ALLT NAN EACH Allt nan Each Mr. McDonald Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small stream rising at the foot of "Leac nan Each" flowing east into "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh", Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the horse's Corry."
OS1/17/34/40 MEALL DOIR' AN DAIMH Meall Doir' an Daimh Mr. McDonald Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small rocky hill lying between "Allt Dhoir' an Daimh" and "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh" Sig. [Signifies] The hill of the Stag's thicket
OS1/17/34/40 DOIR AN DAIMH Doir' an Daimh Mr McDonald Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small wood situated at the foot of "Meall Dhoir' an Daimh" Sig [Signifies] "The Stag's thicket."
OS1/17/34/40 COILLE BOLINN Coille Bolinn 096 ; 097 Described in the name book of sheet 97
OS1/17/34/40 ALLT A' BHRUDHAISTE Allt a' Bhreiscadh 096 ; 097 Described in the name book of sheet 97
OS1/17/34/40 [Page] 40 Co. [County] Inverness. Sheet. 96. Parishes of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Allt a' Bhrudhaiste written on sheet 97 [Comment underneath Allt a' Bhrudhaiste]
OS1/17/34/41 LEAC NAN EACH Leac nan Each Mr. McDonald: Keeper Mr. Munroe: Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron. Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a sloping feature on the east side of "Meall Dhoir' an Daimh", Sig. [Signifies] "The hill side of the horses."
OS1/17/34/41 SRON COIRE NAN EACH Sròn Coire nan Each Mr. McDonald: Keeper Mr. Munroe: Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron. Inchlaggan 096 A rocky shoulder on the east end of "Meall Dhoir' an Daimh" Sig. [Signifies] "The point of the horses Corry."
OS1/17/34/41 COIRE NAN SAOBHAIDH Coire nan Saobhaidh Mr. McDonald: Keeper Mr. Munroe: Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron. Inchlaggan 096 ; 111 A large corry at the head of "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh" Sig. [Signifies] "The corry of the foxes dens."
OS1/17/34/41 LOCHAN NA GEARR LEACAINN Lochan na Geàrr Leacainn Mr. McDonald: Keeper Mr. Munroe: Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron. Inchlaggan 096 A small Loch to the south of "Geeirr Leacainn" Sig. [Signifies] "The small Loch of the short hill side".
OS1/17/34/41 [Page] 41 Sheet. 96 Co. [County] Inverness Parishes of Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Written on sheet 111 [Comment underneath Coire nan Saobhaidh}
OS1/17/34/41 Geàrr is also spelt Geeirr in same entry.
OS1/17/34/42 ALLT DOIR' AN DAIMH Allt Doir' an Daimh Mr. McDonald, Keeper Mr. Munro Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A stream rising at the west end of "Meall Dhoir' an Daimh," flowing Northeast into "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh". Sig. [Signification] "The stream of the Stag's thicKet."
OS1/17/34/42 MEALL NAN RUADHAG Meall nan Ruadhag Mr. McDonald, Keeper Mr. Munro Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small hill lying between Allt Garaidh Ghualach, and Allt Dhoir' an Daimh Sig. [Signification] "The hill of the roes."
OS1/17/34/42 FEADAN NAN SAOBHAIDH Feadan nan Saobhaidh Mr. McDonald, Keeper Mr. Munro Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 ; 111 a hollow or gullet situate on the east of "Meall Tarsuinn Sig. [Signification] "The crevice of the foxes dens."
OS1/17/34/42 MEALL TARSUINN Meall Tarsuinn Mr. McDonald, Keeper Mr. Munro Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small hill on the south of "Meall Dhoir' and Daimh", Sig. [Signification] "cross hill".
OS1/17/34/42 SCHOOL School Mr. McDonald, Keeper Mr. Munro Inchlaggan R. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A mixed school, there are no grants or bequests in connexion the teacher is supported by voluntary contributions and scholars fees, the average attendance is about thirty.
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OS1/17/34/43 BRAIGH UAINE Braigh Uaine Mr McDonald Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a wooded feature at the junction of "Allt Dhoir' an Daimh" and "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh." Sig. [Signifies] "Green Brae"
OS1/17/34/43 CAOCHAN DUBH Caochan Dubh Mr McDonald Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small stream flowing east into Allt an Fhudair Sig. [Signifies] "White brook."
OS1/17/34/43 ALLT AN FHUDAIR Allt an Fhudair Mr McDonald Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a large stream rising in "Lochan an Fhùdeir" flowing north east, till it meets "Allt Bealach Easain" Sig. [Signifies] "The powder stream"
OS1/17/34/43 BEALACH EASAIN Bealach Easain Mr McDonald Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 Applied to a pass at the head of Allt Bealach Easain, Sig, [Signifies] "The pass of the Little water fall",
OS1/17/34/43 MEALLAN ODHAR Meallan Odhar Mr McDonald Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small Hill, Sig [Signifies] "The little Dun Hill"
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OS1/17/34/44 ALLT DUBH Allt Dubh Mr McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small stream flowing from"Lochan na Geàrr Leacainn" into "Allt an Fhudeir." Sig. [Signifies] "The black stream".
OS1/17/34/44 ALLT GIUBHAIS Allt Giubhais Mr McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small stream rising at the foot "Geàrr Leacainn", and flowing north into "Coire nan Saobhaidh" Sig, [Signifies] "Fir Stream,"
OS1/17/34/44 ALLT NA GEARR LEACAINN Allt na Geàrr Leacainn Mr McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A small stream rising at the foot of "Geàrr Leacainn" flowing north into "Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh". Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the short hill side"
OS1/17/34/44 GEARR LEACANN Geàrr Leacann Mr McDonald. Kepper Mr Munroe Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron Inchlaggan 096 A low hill lying to the east of Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh. Sig. [Signifies] "The short Hill side,"
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OS1/17/34/45 ALLT MEALL ARD ACHA Allt Meall Ard Acha' Mr. McDonald; Keeper Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr. Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 A small stream flowing east into "Allt Ladaidh" Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the Hill of the high field,"
OS1/17/34/45 LEAC LADAIDH Leac Ladaidh Mr. McDonald; Keeper Mr. Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 ; 097 A small hill situated north of Allt Leac Ladaidh Sig. [Signifies] "Laddie hill side."
OS1/17/34/45 GLEN GARRY Glen Garry Mr. McDonald; Keeper Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 081 ; 095 ; 096 A Glen through which the River Garry flows there is a portion of it arable, the remainder is rough pasture, with some plantations,
OS1/17/34/45 DUBH UISGE Dubh Uisge 096 ; 097 Described in the name book of 97
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OS1/17/34/46 ALLT BEALACH EASAIN Allt Bealach Easain Mr McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 A small stream flowing north out of "Bealach Easain" till it meets Allt an Fhùdeir, Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of the pass of the little waterfall,"
OS1/17/34/46 COIRE AN EICH Coire an Eich Mr McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 A large Corry about a mile west from "Bealach Easain" Sig. "The horse's Corry,"
OS1/17/34/46 UILLT COIRE AN EICH Uillt Coire an Eich Mr McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 Applied to two streams flowing north out of "Coire an Eich" into "Allt an Fhùdeir" Sig. [Signifies] "The streams of the Horse's Corry:
OS1/17/34/46 ALLT LEAC LADAIDH Allt Leac Ladaidh Mr McDonald. Keeper Mr Munroe; Inchlaggan Mr Cameron; Inchlaggan 096 ; 097 A small stream flowing along the bass of "Leac Ladaidh" westwards into "Allt Ladaidh" Sig. [Signifies] "The stream of Laddie hill side".
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OS1/17/34/47 MEALL A' BHLÀIR Meall a' Bhlàir Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clark LLD [Doctor of Law]. Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A prominent, rocky hill, situate about a mile east of the Loch of the same name. Sig:- [Signification] ''The Hill of the Flat''
OS1/17/34/47 BEALACH A' CHOIRE BHEITHICH Bealach a' Choire Bheithich Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clark LLD [Doctor of Law]. Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A hollow feature, situate on the west side of ''Meall a' Bhlàir'' Sig [Signification]:- ''The Pass of the Corry of the Birch''
OS1/17/34/47 ALLT CUINICH Allt Cuinich (Local) Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clark LLD [Doctor of Law]. Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A rapid, Mountain stream having its source on the south-west side of ''Meall a' Bhlàir'', and flowing into Loch Arkaig at ''Cuinich''
OS1/17/34/47 ALLT ARCABHI Allt Arcabhi (Local) Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clark LLD [Doctor of Law]. Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A mountain stream flowing from ''Loch a' Bhlàir'' in a southern direction until it joins Loch Arkaig at ''Arcabhi''.
OS1/17/34/47 page [47] Kilmalie Ph. [Parish] Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/48 LOCH A' BHLAIR Loch a' Bhlàir Loch a' Bhlàir Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry. Mr A. Cameron 110 A sheet of fresh water, situate on the nort of Loch Arkaig; and about a mile & a half north-west of Cuinich. Sig: [Signifies] "The Loch of the Flat"
OS1/17/34/48 LOCHAN DUBH Lochan Dubh Lochan Dubh Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry. Mr A. Cameron 110 A small sheet of fresh water situate about a quarter of a mile north of "Loch a' Bhlàir" Sig. [Signifies] "The small black Loch"
OS1/17/34/48 SRON GHORM-ACHADH AN T-SEILICH Sròn Ghorm-Achadh an t-Seilich Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry. Mr A. Cameron 109 ; 110 A rocky point situate about a half a mile west of "Lochan Dubh" Sig: [Signifies] "The Point of the Blue field of the Willows"
OS1/17/34/48 COIRE BEITHICH Coire Beitich Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry. Mr A. Cameron 110 A hollow feature situate about ¼ of a mile north east of "Lochan Dubh" Sig: [Signifies] "The Corry of the Birch"
OS1/17/34/48 [Page] 48 Sheet 110 Kilmallie Ph. [Parish]
OS1/17/34/49 ALLT RUIGHE AN ACHAIDH BHRIC Allt Ruighe an Achaidh Bhric Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A small stream, scarcely a mile long, situate about half a mile north-east of ''Coir' a' Bhalachain''. For about half its course, it forms the Bdy. [Boundary] between the Phs. [Parishes] of Kilmallie Kilmonivaig Sig [Signification]:- The Stream of the Herding place of the Checkered Field''
OS1/17/34/49 ALLT CAOCHAN NAN DAMH Allt Caochan nan Damh Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A small stream, rising south east of, and flowing into, ''Allt Ruighe an Achaidh Bhric'' At a short distance from its source, it becomes the Bdy. [Boundary] of the above mentioned Phs. [Parishes] Sig [Signification]:- The Stream of the Stags' Brook''.
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OS1/17/34/50 COIR, A' BHALACHAIN Coir' a' Bhalachain Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A hollow feature situate on the east side of ''Meall a' Bhlàir'' Sig [Signification]:- ''The Corry of the Cowherd''
OS1/17/34/50 LOCHAN NA BEINNE BAINE Lochan na Bienne Bàine Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A small Loch situate at the head of ''Coir' a' Bhalachain'' Sig. [Signification]:- ''The Small Loch of the White Mountain''. This ''White Mountain'' cannot be identified [initials not transcribed}
OS1/17/34/50 MEALL LOCHAN NAN DUBH LOCHAN Meall Lochan nan Dubh Lochan Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A small hill situate on the east of ''Lochan na Beinne Bàine'' Sig [Signification]:- ''The Hill of the Small Loch of the Black Lochs''
OS1/17/34/50 RUIGHE AN ACHAIDH BHRIC Ruighe an Achaidh Bhric Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A sheltered spot, situate on the north side of ''Coir' a' Bhalachain'' Sig. [Signification]:- The ''Herding place of the Checkered Field''
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OS1/17/34/51 COIRE MHUIC Coire Mhuic (Local) Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A deep ravine south of ''Sgòr Choinich'' through which a stream of the same name flows. It is about a mile long, by about a half wide.
OS1/17/34/51 ARCABHI Arcabhi (Local) Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A sheltered spot, or place, on the north shore of Loch Arkaig, and about ¾ of a mile­ west of Cuinich. It was formerly inhabited.
OS1/17/34/51 CUINICH Cuinich Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke L.L.D. [Doctor of Law] Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A dwelling house and offices, on the north shore of Loch Arkaig. Property of D. Cameron Esq. M.P. Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/51 [page] 51 Kilmallie Ph. [Parish] Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/52 SGÒR CHOINICH Sgòr' Chòinich Sgòr' Chòinich Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A prominent, rocky hill, on the Bdy [Boundary] of the Phs. [Parishes] of Killmallie & Kilmonivaig, & about ¼ of a mile northwest of the head of "Coire Mhuic" Sig:- [Signification] "The conical hill of the Moss"
OS1/17/34/52 LOCHAN AN FHITHICH Lochan an Fhitich Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A small pool on the prish Boundary, and east of "Sgòr Chòinich" Sig:- [Signification] "The small Loch of the Raven"
OS1/17/34/52 CÀRN DUBH Càrn Dubh Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A conical hill, on the parish boundary, and east of "Lochan an Fhithich" Sig:- [Signification] "The BlacK Cairn"
OS1/17/34/52 ALLT MHUIC Allt Mhuic (Local) Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A mountain stream rising a short distance south of "Lochan an Fhithich", and flowing in a southern direction until it joins Loch AsKaig at Muick.
OS1/17/34/52 [Page] 52 Sheet 11- -- Kilmallie Ph. [Parish] -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/53 COILLE A' GHIUBHAIS Coille a' Ghiubhais Coille a' Ghiubhais Coille a' Ghiubhais Rev [Reverend] Archibald Clark, Corpach Mr John Cameron, Glenmallie Mr Alexander Chisholm, Invernmallie 110 Applied to an extensive piece of wood partly fir and partly hardwood, it extends from Eilean a' Chuibhlais to near Invermallie, property of Donald Cameron Esq. of Loch Eil. English meaning. Fir Wood.
OS1/17/34/53 ARD NÒIS Ard Nòis Rev [Reverend] Archibald Clark, Corpach Mr John Cameron, Glenmallie Mr Alexander Chisholm, Invernmallie 110 Applied to a Circular Knoll of no great elevation or extent, situate on the south side of Loch ArKaig. English meaning "The Height of excellence"
OS1/17/34/53 EILEAN A' GHIUBHAIS Eilean a' Ghiubhais Eilean a' Ghiubhais Eilean a' Ghiubhais Rev [Reverend] Archibald Clark, Corpach Mr John Cameron, Glenmallie Mr Alexander Chisholm, Invernmallie 110 Applied to a small Island planted in fir, situated on the south west side of Loch Arkaig property of Donald Cameron Esqr of Loch Eil. Meaning in English, Fir Island
OS1/17/34/53 SRÒN AN FHEÀRNA Sròn an Fhearna Rev [Reverend] Archibald Clark, Corpach Mr John Cameron, Glenmallie Mr Alexander Chisholm, Invernmallie 110 ; 125 Applied to a rocky projection Situated about 3 miles north west of Glen Mallie 2 mile Soth of [Murrliegain]: property of Donald Cameron Esqr of Loch Eil
OS1/17/34/53 [Page] 53 Parish of Kilmallie -- Inverness-Shire [signed] John Duncan Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/54 ALLT SRÒN AN FHÈARNA Allt Sròn an Fhearnaa Allt Sròn an Fhearnaa Revd. [Reverend] Archibald Clark, Corpach Mr John Cameron Invermallie Mr Alexander Chisholm Invermallie 110 ; 125 Applied to a small Stream rising on the north side of Mullach Coire nan Gearran & flowing north ward for a short distance falles into Loch Arkaig a little west of Eilean a' Ghuibhais English meaning. Burn of the projection of Alders.
OS1/17/34/54 COILLE NAN GEUR-OIREAN Coille nan Geurroirean Revd. [Reverend] Archibald Clark, Corpach Mr John Cameron Invermallie Mr Alexander Chisholm Invermallie 109 ; 110 Coille nan Geuroirean is applied to a piec of mixed wood entering from Eilean a Ghurbhais to near Gleann a' chairn Dhoire. English meaning "The wood of the Sharp edges"
OS1/17/34/54 ALLT BEAG COIRE NAN GEUR-OIREAN Allt Beag Coire nan Geur-oirean Revd. [Reverend] Archibald Clark, Corpach Mr John Cameron Invermallie Mr Alexander Chisholm Invermallie 110 A stream rising on the north side of Mullach Coire nan Gearran and flowing north ward for a short distance falls into Loch Arkaig about a mile west of Eilean a' Ghurbhais Meaning in English Little stream of the Hollow of the sharp edge
OS1/17/34/54 [Page] 54 Parish of Kilmallie -- Inverness-shire [signed] John Duncan Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/55 ALLT MOR CHOIRE NAN GEUR-OIREAN Allt Mòr Coire nan Geur-oirean Revd. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clark, Kilmallie Mr. J. Cameron, Glenmallie Mr. A. Chisholm, Invermallie 109 ; 110 Applied to a small stream on the north side of Mullach Coire nan Geur-oireau, and flowing northward falls into Loch Arkaig a mile west of Eilean à Ghuibhais, meaning; "The Large Stream of the sharp Ridges"
OS1/17/34/55 ALLT NA BRIOBAIG Allt na Briobaig 110 Described in the name Book of sheet 125
OS1/17/34/55 COIRE LOCH A' BHLÀIR 110 Described in the name Book of Sheet 109
OS1/17/34/55 [Page] 55 Parish of Kilmallie Inverness-Shire Allt na Briobaig [Name written on top of Allt na Briobag entry} Written on sheet 110 [Comment underneath Coire Loch a' Bhlàir entry]
OS1/17/34/56 ALLT MHUIC BEAG Allt Mhuic Bheag (Local) Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. James Fraser Mr. J. Chisholm Achnacarry, Manager 110 A mountain stream rising on the south side of Sgòr 'Chòinich, and flowing in a southerly course until it empties itself in Loch Arkaig, a short distance west of Muick.
OS1/17/34/56 ARDACHVIE Ardachvie Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. James Fraser Mr. J. Chisholm Achnacarry, Manager 111 A dwelling house and offices, occupied by a Gamekeeper, on the north shore of Loch Arkaig Property of D. Cameron Esq.
OS1/17/34/56 [Page] 56 Sheet 110 Kilmallie Ph. [Parish] Written on Sheet 111 [Comment underneath Ardachvie]
OS1/17/34/57 ALLT A' CHOIRE DHUIBH Allt a Choire Dhuibh 110 ; 125 Described in the name book of 125
OS1/17/34/57 ALLT A' CHOIE GHLAIS Allt a' Choire Ghlais 110 ; 125 Described in the name book of 125
OS1/17/34/57 LOCHABER Lochaber 109 ; 111 Described in the name book of 109
OS1/17/34/57 LOCH ARKAIG Loch Arkaig Revd. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. J. Chisholm Mr. J. Fraser 109 ; 110 ; 125 ; 126 An inland Loch about 16 or 17 miles in length and 1½ in breadth about 2 miles west of Loch Lochy, its shores are nearly covered with wood which gives it a romantic appearance, particularly when approached by the road from Achnacarry House, the property of D. Cameron Esqr. Lochiel
OS1/17/34/57 [Page] 57 Kilmallie Inverness- Shire
OS1/17/34/58 COIRE CHEANNA MHUIR Coire Cheanna Mhuir Revd [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clark, Corpach Mr James Fraser, Bunarkaig Mr. D Cameron, Bunarkaig A hollow feature where Allt Cheanna Mhoir rises situated a little east of Meall Lochan nan Dubh Lochan. English meaning "Hollow of the head of the Loch or Sea"
OS1/17/34/58 [Page] 58
OS1/17/34/59 ALLT CHEANNA MHUIR Allt Cheanna Mhuir Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A mountain stream rising about a mile south east of "Meall Lochan nan Dubh Lochan" amd flowing in a southerly direction until it joins Loch Arkaig at "Rudha Cheanna Mhuir" Sig:- [Signifies] "The stream of the head of the Loch, or sea"
OS1/17/34/59 EAS ALLT CHEANNA MHUIR Eas Allt Cheanna Mhuir Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron A waterfall on "Allt Cheanna Mhuir" situate about half a mile north of Loch Arkaig. Sig:- [Signifies] The Waterfall of the stream of the head of the Loch, or sea.
OS1/17/34/59 MUICK Muick (Local) Rev. [Reverend] Dr. Clarke Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A dwelling house & offices situate on the north side of, & where the stream of the same name empties into, Loch Arkaig Property of D. Cameron Esqr. MP. [Member of Parliament]
OS1/17/34/59 [Page] 59 Sheet 110 Kilmallie Ph. [Parish] Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/60 BRUACH CÙLCHÀRN Bruach Cùlchàrn Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 Applies to a certain place on the north side of Loch ArKaig; and about a mile west of "Rudha Cheanna Mhuir" Sig:- [Signification] "Bank of Culcairn" "Munro of Culcairn, Ross, was sent by the Government in 1746 to plunder Knoydart & Loch ArKaig, driving away cattle, burning houses &c &c During the expidition, a Cameron on LochasKaig side was Killed. The father vowed vengeance, watched Munro's return, & shot him dead at the place, which still retains the name" Note - Rev. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke LLD [Doctor of Laws]
OS1/17/34/60 RUDHA CHEANNA MHUIR Rudha Cheanna Mhuir Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr James Fraser Mr A. Cameron 110 A point on the north shore of Loch AsKaig, situate about a mile west of Muick. Sig:- Sig:- [Signification] "Point of the head of the Loch, or Sea"
OS1/17/34/60 [Page] 60 Sheet 110 -- Kilmallie Ph. [Parish] -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/61 ALLT TARSUINN Allt Tarsuinn Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A mountain stream rising on the south side of "Meall Coire nan Saobhaidh" It flows in a south and easterly direction, and joins "Amhain Chiaaig" at "allt Bealach Easain" Sig:- [Signification] "the cross stream"
OS1/17/34/61 GLEANN TARSUINN Gleann Tarsuinn Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small glen, extending to the west, for about a mile, from the Confluence of Allt Tarsuinn and "Amhain Chiaaig" Sig:- [Signification] "The Cross Glen"
OS1/17/34/61 [Page] 61 Sheet 111 -- Phs [Parishes] Killmallie & Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/62 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"
OS1/17/34/62 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"
OS1/17/34/62 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"
OS1/17/34/62 [Page] 62 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
OS1/17/34/63 BEALACH CHOIRE A' GHUIREIN Bealach Choir' a' Ghuirein The Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A hollow feature, situate on the northeast side of "Meall na h-Eilde" Sig:- [Signification] "The pass of the corry of the spot, or pimple"
OS1/17/34/63 ALLT COIRE AN TAGRAIDH Allt Coire an Tagraidh The Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A mountain steam, rising in Coire an Tagraidh": it flows in a eastrly direction, and joins "Amhain Chiaaig" on the south side of Lochan an Fhùdair" Sig:- [Signification] "The stream of the corry of disputation"
OS1/17/34/63 CAOCHAN BÀN Caochan Bàn The Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A mountain stream having it's source on the north side of "Coire an Tagraidh" and flowing in an easterly course until it joins "Allt an Fhudair",- north of the Loch of the same name Sig:- [Signification] "The white brook"
OS1/17/34/63 [Page] 63 Sheet 111 -- Phs [Parishes] Killmallie & Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/64 LOCHAN AN FHÙDAIR Lochan an Fhùdair Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small Loch situate on the watershed, about a mile and a half north of the head of "Gleann Ciaaig" Sig:- [Signification] "The small Loch of the Powder"
OS1/17/34/64 ALLT COIRE AN T-SEILICH Allt Coire an t-seilich Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small stream rising in "Coire and t-seilich" & flowing in a westerly direction untl it joins "Allt an Fhùdair" at "Cochan Bàn" Sig:- [Signification] "The stream of the corry of the willow"
OS1/17/34/64 ALLT COIRE NAN LAOGH Allt Coire nan Laogh Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A mountain stream rising in "Coire nan Laogh" it flows in a westerly direction, and joins "Amhain Chiaaig" at the dwelling house of Fedden" Sig:- [Signification] "The stream of the calves' corry"
OS1/17/34/64 [Page] 64 Sheet 111 -- Phs [Parishes] Killmallie & Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness [notes] Lochan an Fhùdair - a - is never twined to ei in genitive Fudar nom. [nominative] Fudair gen. sing. [genitive singular] also observe the Rule Leathann ri Leathann
OS1/17/34/65 MEALL AN TAGRAIDH Meall an Tagraidh Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke LLD [Doctor of Laws] Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A conical hill, very prominent, situate at the head of "Gleann Ciaaig" Sig:- [Signification] The "hill of disputation, or litigation"
OS1/17/34/65 BEALACHAN EASAIN Bealachan Easain Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke LLD [Doctor of Laws] Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A hollow feature, situate on the west side of "Meall an Tagradh". Sig:- [Signification] "The pass of the small waterfall"
OS1/17/34/65 MEALL NA H-EILDE Meall na h-Eilde Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke LLD [Doctor of Laws] Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A conical hill situate about half a mile west of "Meall an Tagradh" Sig:- [Signification] "The hind's hill"
OS1/17/34/65 COIRE AN TAGRAIDH Coire an Tagraidh Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke LLD [Doctor of Laws] Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A hollow feature, situate on the south side of "Meall na h-Filde" Sig:- [Signification] "The hill of disputation"
OS1/17/34/65 [Page] 65 Sheet 111 -- Phs [Parishes] Killmallie & Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/66 GEAL CHÀRN Geal Chàrn Geal Chàrn Geal Chàrn Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke, Coprach. Mr A. Cameron, BunarKaig Mr J. Fraser, Keeper. Bunarkaig 111 A prominent hill-feature over the summit of which the ph. [parish] Boundary passes It is situate about a mile west of the head of Gleann Tarsuinn Signifies:- The "White Cairn"
OS1/17/34/66 BEALACH CÀRN NA H-URCHAIRE Bealach Càrn na h-Urchaire Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke, Coprach. Mr A. Cameron, BunarKaig Mr J. Fraser, Keeper. BunarKaig 111 A hollow feature situate on the west of "Gael Chàrn" and on the west of "Meall Coire nan Saobhaidh". Sig:- [Signification] "The pass of the Cairn of the shot"
OS1/17/34/66 MEALL COIRE NAN SAOBHAIDH Meall Coire nan Saobhaidh Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke, Coprach. Mr A. Cameron, BunarKaig Mr J. Fraser, Keeper. BunarKaig 111 A prominent hill, situate about a mile east of "Gael Chàrn" and the same distance north of "Gleann Tarsuinn" Sig:- [Signification] "The hill of the foxes corry, or hollow"
OS1/17/34/66 [Page] 66 Sheet 111 -- Phs [Parishes] Killmallie & Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/67 COIRE AN T-SEILICH Coire an t-Seilich Coire an t-Seilich Coire an t-Seilich Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small corry, situate on the west side of "Meall á Choir Ghlais" Sig:- [Signifies] The "Corry of the Willow"
OS1/17/34/67 COIRE NAN LAOGH Coire nan Laogh Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald A small corry, situate on the west side of "Meall á Choire Ghlais," and about a mile south of "Coire an t-Seilich" Sig:- [Signifies] The "Calves Corry"
OS1/17/34/67 CAM A' CHOIREIN Càm a Choirein Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small Corry situate on the north side of "Meall Dubh" and south of "Càm Bealach" Sig:- [Signifies] The "Crooked small Corry"
OS1/17/34/67 COIRE ODHAR BEAG Coire Odhar Beag Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A deep Corry, lying between "Meall na Teanga" and Coire Odhar Mòr. Sig:- [Signifies] The "Small, dun Corry"
OS1/17/34/67 [Page] 67 Sheet 111 Phs. [Parishes] Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Co, [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/68 FEDDEN Fedden Fedden Fedden J. McDonald, Keeper, part occr [occupier] Mr. A. Cameron Mr. A. McDonald 111 A dwellinghouse situate about half a mile south of "Lochan an Fhùdair" & in the south-west corner of Glengarry Forest. Property of Mr. Ellice.
OS1/17/34/68 MEALL A' CHOIRE GHLAIS Meall a' Choire Ghlais Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A prominent hill, situate about a mile east of Fedden. Sig:- [Signification] "The hill of the gray corry"
OS1/17/34/68 COIRE GLAS Coire Glas Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A large corry, shaped liKe a horse shoe, situate on the east-side of the hill of the same name. Sig:- [Signification] The "Grey Corry"
OS1/17/34/68 LOCH A' CHOIRE GHLAIS Loch a' Choire Ghlais Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small Loch situate in the corry aforesaid. Sig:- [Signification] The "Loch of the Grey Corry"
OS1/17/34/68 [Page] 68 Sheet 111 -- Phs [Parishes] Killmallie & Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/69 COIRE ODHAR MÒR Coire Odhar Mòr Coire Odhar Mòr Coire Odhar Mòr Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A. Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A deep Corry, situate a short distance west of "Coire Odhar Beag" Sig:- [Signifies] The large, dun Corry"
OS1/17/34/69 ALLT COIRE ODHAR BEAG Allt Coire Odhar Beag Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A. Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A mountain stream rising in Coire Odhar Beag, and flowing in a southerly direction until it joins "Allt Càm Bealach" Sig:- [Signifies] The "Stream of the small, dun Corry"
OS1/17/34/69 MEALL NA TEANGA Meall na Teanga Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A. Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A hill feature, situate between "Coire Odhar Mòr" Coire Leacach" Sig: [Signifies] The "hill of the Tongue"
OS1/17/34/69 COIRE LEACACH Coire Leacach Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke Mr. A. Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A hollow feature, situate on the east side "Meall na Teanga" Sig:- [Signifies] The "Flaggy Corry"
OS1/17/34/69 [Page] 69 Sheet 111 Phs. [Parishes] Kilmallie & Kilmonivaig Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/70 ALLT EACHRAIN Allt Eachrain 111 ; 126 ; 127 Described in the name book of sheet 126
OS1/17/34/70 COIRE NA CÒSAIG Coire na Còsaig Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] ClerKe, Corpach James Fraser, Burnarkaig Alexander Cameron, Burnarkaig 111 A small mountain hollow on the northern face of Glas Bheinn meaning The Hollow of the Little Nook
OS1/17/34/70 TEANG' A' CHOIRE ODHAIR Teang' a Choire Odhair Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe, Corpach James Fraser, BornarKaig 111 "Tongue of the Dun Corry" A piece of land at the point where Allt Cam Bealach and Amhainn Chia-aigmeet property of Mr Ellice
OS1/17/34/70 [Page] 70 Allt Eachrain [note] written on sheet 127
OS1/17/34/71 ALLT DUBH Allt Dubh Revd. [Reverend] Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser Bunarkaig Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig 111 "The Black Stream" A small stream rising about ½ mile north west of glen Tarsuinn, flowing southward until it unites with Allt Achaidh nan Sabhal.
OS1/17/34/71 ALLT AIRD EACHAIDH Allt Aird Eachaidh Revd. [Reverend] Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser Bunarkaig Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig 101 "The stream of the horse's height" An ordinary stream rising on the north east of Beinn Chraoibh flowing Southward until it enters Loch Arkaig at Ardachvie.
OS1/17/34/71 ALLT UCHDAIN MHOIR Allt Uchain Mhòir Revd. [Reverend] Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser Bunarkaig Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig 111 "Stream of the great hillock" A small stream rising on the south east base of Beinn Chraoibh flowing southward until it unites with Allt Aird Eachaidh
OS1/17/34/71 [Page] 71 County of Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Gr [Seems to refer to James Grey Sapper Royal Engineers obscured by fold in paper] Allt Ardachaidh [Comment above Allt Aird Eachaidh entry] Stream of the Rising [Comment underneath Allt Aird Eachaidh entry]
OS1/17/34/72 BEINN CHRAOIBH Beinn Chraoibh Revd. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig 111 "The tree mountain" A bold heathy eminence situate on the lands of D. Cameron Esqr. Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/72 BEINN MHEADHOIN Beinn Mheadoin Revd. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig 111 "The middle mountain" An ordinary heathy situate between Beinn Chraoibh and Glas Bheinn, hence the origin of the name.
OS1/17/34/72 GLAS BHEINN Glas Bheinn Revd. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach James Fraser. Bunarkaig Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig 111 "The grey mountain" A conspicious heathy eminence situate on the lands of Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/72 [Page] 72 County of Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers] nom [?] meadhon gen [?] meadhoin [Comment underneath Beinn Mheadhoin entry]
OS1/17/34/73 ALLT A' GHATH Allt a Ghath Allt a Ghath Allt a Ghath Rev. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr A. Cameron Mr A McDonald 111 A small stream, rising on the east side of Gleann Ciaaig, and flowing into the River of the same name at "allt na Cailliche" Sig:- [Signification] "the stream of the spear"
OS1/17/34/73 CREAG DHONN Creag Dhonn Rev. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr A. Cameron Mr A McDonald 111 A hill feature, lying between the head of "Allt Tom an Fhithich" and "Allt Bhàn" Sig:- [Signification] "the Brown Rock"
OS1/17/34/73 RUIGHE NA BEINNE Ruighe na Boinne Rev. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr A. Cameron Mr A McDonald 111 A prominent hill, lying between the head of "Allt nam Meann" & "Coire Bhàn" Sig:- [Signification] The "herding place of the mountain"
OS1/17/34/73 MEALL BREAG Meall Breac Rev. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr A. Cameron Mr A McDonald 111 A hill feature situate a short distance north of "Ruiche na Beinne" Sig:- [Signification] The "Spotted Hill"
OS1/17/34/73 [Page] 73 Sheet 111 -- Ph. [Parish] Kilmallie -- Co. [County] Inverness Ruighe na Boinne [note] Boinne on Plan
OS1/17/34/74 COIRE BAN Coire Bàn Established on Sheet 126 111 A large hollow, situate at the head of "Allt Bhàn" and on the east of Rughe na Beinne Sig:- [Signifies] "The white Corry"
OS1/17/34/74 ALLT BAN Allt Bàn See 126 for Description 111 Described in the name book of sheet 126
OS1/17/34/74 LEAC NA FUAIRE Leac na Fuaire Revd. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Corpach Mr. J. McDonald, Fedden Mr. J. Cameron, Bunarkaig 111 Situated on the west side of Meall a' Choire Ghlais and lying between Allt Coire Laogh and Allt Coire an t Seilich, meaning "The Cold Hill side"
OS1/17/34/74 [Page] 74 Sheet 111 Ph. [Parish] Kilmallie Co. [County] Inverness Allt Bàn [Comment above Allt Bàn entry]
OS1/17/34/75 GLEANN CIA-AIG Gleann Cia-aig Established on sheet 126 111 ; 126 A glen, partly wooded, running north & south, and lying between "Drochaid Chiaaig" on the south and the confluence of "Allt Tarsuinn" and "Amhainn Chiaaig" on the north.
OS1/17/34/75 ALLT NA CAILLICHE Allt na Cailliche Allt na Cailliche Allt na Cailliche Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small stream rising in "Gleannan Dubh" and flowing into Amhain Chiaaig at "Allt a Ghath" Sig:- [Signification] "The old woman's stream"
OS1/17/34/75 ALLT MÒR Allt Mòr Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] ClarKe Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A mountain stream, rising on the north-east side of "Glas Bheinn" and flowing into "Amhainn Chiaaig. Sig:- [Signification] "The large stream"
OS1/17/34/75 [Page] 75 Sheet 111 -- Ph [Parish] Kilmallie -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/76 ALLT A' CHLAMHAIN Allt a' Chlamhain Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A mountain stream, rising on the north side of "Meall Breac" and flowing into Amhain Chiaaig. Sig:- [Signification] "The hawk's stream"
OS1/17/34/76 ALLT IAIN Allt Iain Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small stream, rising on the north side of "Ruighe na Beinne" and flowing into "Amhain Chiaaig" Sig:- [Signification] "John's stream"
OS1/17/34/76 ALLT NAM MEANN Allt nam Meann Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Clarke Mr. A Cameron Mr. A McDonald 111 A small stream, rising on the west side of "Ruighe na Beinne" and flowing into Amhain Chiaaig Sig:- [Signification] "The Kid's Stream"
OS1/17/34/76 ALLT AN TOLLAIN Allt an Tollain Described in the name book of Sheet 126
OS1/17/34/76 [Page] 76 Sheet 111 -- Ph [Parish] Kilmallie -- Co. [County] Inverness
OS1/17/34/77 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.
OS1/17/34/77 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
OS1/17/34/77 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
OS1/17/34/77 [Page] 77 County of Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [signed] James Gray Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/78 SRON BHREAC Sròn Bhreac Revd [Reverend] Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 111 "The spotted point or nose" A bold rocky shoulder or point of moor-land at the South east base of Meall Coire Lochain.
OS1/17/34/78 MEALL COIRE LOCHAIN Meall Coire Lochain Revd [Reverend] Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 111 "The hill of the small Loch" A bold rocky eminence on the South east of Meall Odhar and on the lands of D. Cameron Esqr Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/78 COIRE LOCHAIN Coire Lochain Revd [Reverend] Dr [Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 111 "The corry of the small Loch" A small hollow portion of moor-land through which Allt an Fhaing flows.
OS1/17/34/78 ALLT A' MHINNEAN Allt a' Mhinnean 111 Described in the name book of 128
OS1/17/34/78 [Page] 78 County of Inverness. Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Grey Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/79 LEAC CHORRACH Leac Chorrach Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Coprach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 111 "The precipitious hill side" A bold rocky portion of moor-land a little to the north of Glas Dhoire Mòr
OS1/17/34/79 ALLT GLAS Allt Glas Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Coprach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 111 "The Grey stream" A Small stream rising on the south base of Leac Chorrac flowing Southward into Loch Lochy.
OS1/17/34/79 ALLT NA MOLAICH Allt na Molaich Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Coprach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser. Bunarkaig 111 "The stream of the grass" A small stream rising on the South east base of Leac Chorrach flowing Southward into Loch Lochy
OS1/17/34/79 COILL INNIS MHIC CILLE RUAIDHE Coill' Innis Mhic Gille Ruaidhe Described in the nme book of 112
OS1/17/34/79 [Page] 79 County of Inveness -- Parish of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [note] The final e not used in forming the gen. sing. mas. [genitive singular masculine] of adjectives
OS1/17/34/80 GLEANNAN DUBH Gleannan Dubh Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 111 "The small black glen". A narrow ravine extending from Allt Achaid nan Sabhail on the west to Amhain Chiaaig on the east.
OS1/17/34/80 CISTEACHAN DUBHA Cisteachan Dubha Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 111 "The black chest's" A rocky portion of moorland on the east of Leac chorrach formerly the resort of foxes Situate on the Estate of Lochiel.
OS1/17/34/80 MEALL ODHAR Meall Odhar Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig 111 "The dun hill" A bold heathy eminence Situate on the lands of Lochiel
OS1/17/34/80 CREAG LIATH Creag Liath Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Corpach Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig Described in the name BooK of sheet 126.
OS1/17/34/80 [Page] 80 County of Inverness -- Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Kilmallie [Signed] James Gray Sapper R.E [Royal Engineers]
OS1/17/34/81 GLAS DHOIRE BEAG Glas Dhoire Beag Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig James Fraser Bunarkaig John McDonald. Glasdoire Beag. 112 "The small Grey thicket" A small portion of moorland partley wooded situate on the north bank of Loch Loch & on the lands of E Elliee Esqr Glengarry.
OS1/17/34/81 GENERAL WADE'S MILITARY ROAD General Wade's Military Road 111 ; 126 Described in the name Book of sheet 126
OS1/17/34/81 ALLT ACHADH NAN SABHAL Allt Achadh nan Sabhal 111 Described in the name book of sheet 126
OS1/17/34/81 SEAN MHEALL Sean Mheall 111 Described in the name book of sheet 112
OS1/17/34/81 MEALL DUBH Meall Dubh 111 Described in the name book of sheet 112
OS1/17/34/81 [Page] 81 County of Inverness Parishes of Kilmonivaig & Laggan [Signed] James Grey Sapper RE [Royal Engineers] On sheet 112 [Comment Underneath Glas Dhoire Beag entry]
OS1/17/34/82 SRÒN A' CHOIRE GHAIRBH Sròn a' Choire Ghairbh The Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke, Corpach Estate Plan 111 A promontory, situated at the head of "Coire Glas" Signification: "The promontory of the rough corry"
OS1/17/34/82 COIRE GARBH Coire Garbh The Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke, Corpach Estate Plan 111 A small hollow Situated on the South Side of Coire Glas Sig: [Signification] The Rough Corry"
OS1/17/34/82 [Page] 82 Sheet 111 -- Parish of Kilmonivaig -- Co. [County] Inverness [signed] G. Herbert Bolland Capt. R Engrs.[Captain Royal Engineers] 23 Aug [August] 1872.
OS1/17/34/83 OSI/17/34 83 6 INCH NAME BOOK Of Parts of the Parishes of KILMALLIE & KILMONIVAIG INVERNESS-SHIRE Sheets 95, 96, 110, &, 111 ORDNANCE STORE SOUTHAMPTON [Stamping faded]
OS1/17/34/84 [Page] 84 (Name Book). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Aird a' Bheithe -- 35 Allt a' Bheithe -- 38 Allt a Brudhaiste -- 40 Allt Achadh nam Sabhal -- 81 Allt a' Chaoruinn -- 38 Allt a' Chlamhain -- 76 Allt a' Choire Dhuibh -- 57 Allt a Choire Ghlais -- 57 Allt a' Ghath -- 73 Allt a' Choire Riabhaich -- 20 Allt Aird Eachaidh -- 71 Allt a' Ghiubhais Chruinn -- 22 Allt a' Ghobhain -- 8 Allt a' Mhill Tharsuinn -- 39 Allt a' Mhinnean -- 78 Allt an Doire Fheàrna -- 28 Allt an Fhaing -- 77 Allt an Fhùdair -- 43 Allt an Tollain -- 76 Allt Arcabhi -- 47 Allt Bad an t-Seobhaig -- 23 Allt Bàn -- 74 Allt Beag Coire nan Geur-airean -- 54 Allt Bealach an Easain -- 62 Allt Bealach Easain -- 46 Allt Cam Bealach -- 62 Allt Caochan nan Damh -- 49 Allt Cheanna Mhuir -- 59 Allt Choir' a' Bhalachair --25 Allt Coire an t-Seasgaich -- 5 Allt Coire an Tagraidh -- 63 Allt Coire an t-Seilich -- 64 Allt Coire Odhar Beag -- 69 Allt Coire Odhar Mòr -- 62 Allt Coire nan Laogh -- 64 Allt Coire nan Saobhaidh -- 35 Allt Criche -- 17 Allt Criche -- 36 Allt Cuinich -- 47 Allt Doir na Daimh -- 42 Allt Doir' an Lochan -- 19 Allt Doire Huan -- 21 Allt Dubh -- 44 Allt Dubh -- 71 Allt Eachrain -- 70 Allt Fearna -- 24 Allt Fionn-dhail -- 23 Allt Garaidh Ghualaich -- 27 Allt Garuidhe -- 3 Allt Giubhais -- 44 Allt Glas -- 79 Allt Glas Dhoire Mòr -- 77 Allt Iain -- 76 Allt Ladaidh -- 39 Allt Leac Ladaidh -- 46 Allt Lochan an Fhigheadair -- 5 Allt Lochan na Curra -- 9 Allt Lòn Ghlas Bheinn -- 39 Allt Luib na Achaidh Dhuibh -- 15 Allt Meall Ard Acha -- 45 Allt Mhiue -- 52 Allt Mhuie Beag -- 56 Allt Mòr -- 75
OS1/17/34/85 [Page] 85 (Name Book). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Allt Mòr Coire nan Geur-Oirean -- 55 Allt na Briobaig -- 55 Allt na Cailliche -- 75 Allt na h-Airidh -- 6 Allt na h-Eiric -- 14 Allt na Geàrr Leacann -- 44 Allt na Molaich -- 79 Allt na Plaide -- 33 Allt Slatach -- 14 Allt nan Cnàmh -- 19 Allt nam Meann -- 76 Allt nan Corp -- 33 Allt nan Each -- 40 Allt Poll a’ Gharbh Fheàrna -- 3 Allt Poll-airidh -- 12 Allt Ruighe an Achaidh Bhric -- 48 Allt Sròn an Fhearna -- 54 Allt Sròn na Geid Shalaich -- 15 Allt Tarsùinn -- 61 Allt Tom an Fhithich -- 72 Allt Torrain Dharaich -- 18 Allt Uchdain Mhòir -- 71 An Airidh -- 5 Aobran Allt a’ Ghiubhais -- 21 Arcabhi -- 51 Ardachvie -- 56 Ard Nois -- 53 Bad an t-Seobhaig -- 13 Bàn Àth -- 3 Bealach a’ Choire Bheithich -- 47 Bealach an t-Slugain -- 13 Bealach Easain -- 64 Bealach Easain -- 43 Bealach na Faire -- 18 Bealach Carn na h- Urchaire -- 66 Bealach Choire a’ Ghuirein -- 63 Beinn Bheag -- 4 Beinn Chraoibh -- 72 Beinn Mheadhoin -- 72 Beinn Tee -- 39 Beul Àth a’ Bhalachain -- 29 Beul Àth an Doire Dhuinn -- 10 Bràigh Uaine -- 43 Bruach Cùlcharn -- 60 Bunkingie -- 20 Cam a’ Choirein -- 67 Caochan Bàn -- 63 Caochan Dubh -- 43 Càrn Dubh -- 52 Church -- 33 Cisteachan Dubha -- 80 Claon Leitir -- 7 Cluas Feàrna -- 31 Cnoc Dhoire Mhartuin -- 70 Coille a’ Ghiubhais -- 53 Coille Airidh an Dorrain -- 35 Coille Bolinn -- 40 Coille Dhubh -- 34 Coille Dhubh Innis an t-Saoir -- 32 Coill Innis Mhic Gille Ruaidhe -- 79
OS1/17/34/86 [Page] 86 (Name Book). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Coille Mhorgil -- 21 Coille nan Geur-oirean -- 54 Coir a’ Bhalachain -- 50 Coire an Eich -- 46 Coire an Tagraidh -- 65 Coire an t-Seilich -- 67 Coire Bàn -- 74 Coire Beithich -- 48 Coire Cheanna Mhuir -- 58 Coire Glas -- 68 Coire Garbh -- 82 Coire Fionn-dhail -- 69 Coire Leacach -- 69 Coire Lochain -- 78 Coire Loch a’ Bhlàir -- 55 Coire Mhuic -- 51 Coire na Còsaig -- 70 Coire nan Laogh -- 67 Coire nan Saobhaidh -- 41 Coire Odhar Beag -- 67 Coire Odhar Mòr -- 69 Creag Dhonn -- 73 Cuinich -- 51 Creag Liath -- 80 Darvorgil -- 11 Doir an Daimh -- 40 Doirean na h-Earba -- 35 Doire Donn -- 8 Doire Garbh -- 29 Druim an Daraich -- 29 Druim an Doire Luidnich -- 20 Druim na Geid Salaich -- 16 Druim na Luibe Duibhe -- 22 Dubh Uisge -- 45 Eas Allt Cheanna Mhuir -- 59 Eilean a’ Ghiubhais -- 53 Eilean a’ Mhorair -- 13 Eilean an Fheidh -- 11 Eilean Dubh -- 11 Eilean na Cloinne -- 36 Eilean Riabhach -- 27 Feadan nan Saobhaidh -- 42 Fedden -- 68 General Wade's Military Road -- 81 Garbh Allt - 28 Garrygualach -- 27 Geal Chàrn -- 66 Geàrr Garry -- 25 Geàrr Leacann -- 44 Glas Bheinn -- 24 Glas Bheinn - 72 Glas Dhoire Beag -- 81 Glas Dhoire Mòr -- 77 Gleann Cia-aig -- 75 Gleann Tarsuinn -- 61 Gleannan Dubh -- 80 Glen Garry -- 45 Glengarry Forest -- 26 Glen Quoich -- 25 Glen Kingie -- 26 Greenfield -- 34 Greenfield Wood -- 38 Glenquoich Forest -- 19
OS1/17/34/87 [Page] 87 (Name Book). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Guala Doire nan Cabar -- 7 Inchlaggan -- 30 Kilmallie -- 1 Kilmonivaig -- 1 Kingie Pool -- 9 Laddie -- 38 Laddie Wood -- 38 Leac Chorrach -- 79 Leac Doire Lochaidh -- 7 Leac Ladaidh -- 45 Leac na Fuaire -- 74 Leac nan Each -- 41 Liath Dhoire -- 31 Loch Doire Aoidheil -- 31 Loch Garry -- 37 Loch Poulary -- 12 Loch Quoich -- 24 Loch a’ Bhlair -- 48 Loch a’ Choire Ghlais -- 68 Loch Arkaig -- 57 Lochaber -- 57 Lochan -- 16 Lochan an Fhigheadair -- 4 Lochan an Fhithich -- 52 Lochan an Fhùdair -- 64 Lochan an Staic -- 14 Lochan Ceann Caol Glas Bheinn -- 24 Lochan Dubh -- 48 Lochan na Beinne Bàine -- 50 Lochan na Curra -- 9 Lochan na Geàrr Leacainn -- 41 Lochan na Glas Bheinn -- 32 Lochan nam Freumhag -- 30 Lochan nan Scùd -- 15 Lon na H-Eala -- 36 Lùb an Achaidh Dhuibh -- 17 Lùrg a’ Chuilinn -- 31 Loch Lochy -- 61 Meall a’ Bhlàir -- 47 Meall a’ Chait -- 5 Meall a’ Choire Ghlais -- 68 Meallan Odhar -- 65 Meall Ard Achaidh -- 65 Meall Breac -- 73 Meall Coir' an Eich -- 30 Meall Coire Lochain -- 78 Meall Coire nan Saobhaidh -- 66 Meall Doir' an Daimh -- 40 Meall Dubh -- 81 Meall Lochan nan Dubh Lochan -- 50 Meall na h-Eilde -- 65 Meall na Teanga -- 69 Meall nan Ruadhag -- 42 Meall Odhar -- 80 Meall Tarsuinn -- 42 Muick -- 59 Na Doireachan -- 37
OS1/17/34/88 [Page] 88 (Name Book). INDEX. Names of Objects -- Page Poll a’ Gharbh Fheàrna -- 3 Poulary -- 12 River Garry -- 33 River Kingie -- 26 Rudha Cheanna Mhuir -- 60 Rudha Dubh nam Fiadh -- 4 Ruige Allt a’ Chuirn -- 6 Ruighe an Achaidh Bhric -- 50 Ruighe Choire nan Easaichean -- 17 Ruighe na Beinne -- 73 Ruighe na h-Airidh -- 6 School -- 42 Sean Mheall -- 81 Sgòr Choinich -- 52 South Ardachy -- 37 Sròn a’ Choire Ghairbh -- 82 Sron Ghorm-achadh an t-Seilich -- 48 Sròn an Fheàrna -- 53 Sròn Bhreac -- 78 Sròn Coire nan Each -- 41 Sròn na Geig Salaich -- 16 Teang' a’ Choire Odhair -- 70 Teangan na Cas Ruith -- 8 Teangan Uire -- 29 Tom an Doire Dhuinn -- 10 Tom Bàn -- 32 Tomdown Inn -- 32 Tòrr a’ Gharbh Uillt -- 28 Tòrr na Carraigh -- 34 Torran Darach -- 18 Uillt Coire an Eich -- 46 Uillt Ghiubhais -- 22