List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ACHADH AN T-SITHEINN Achadh na Sithinn
Achadh na Sithinn
Mr Alan Cameron, Insch
Mr Donald Cameron, Torlundy
Mr Alexander McIntosh, Coille nan Camp
Rev [Reverend] Archbald Clark, Corpach
140 Applied partly to a dwelling house now in ruins, and also to a piece of green pasture land. Situated about a mile south west of Tomnafead: property of Lord Abinger, Torlundy Castle. Meaning in English. The Venison Field.
TOM NA CLOICHE GLAISE Tom na Cloiche Glaise
Tom na Cloiche Glaise
Tom na Cloiche Glaise
Mr Alan Cameron
Mr Donald Cameron
Mr Alexander McIntosh
Rev [Reverend] Archbald Clark, Corpach
140 Applied to a round swelling hill feature with a few grey stones upon it, Situated about a mile South east of Glen Donie Lime Kiln property of Lord Abinger. Meaning in English. The Greystone Knoll.

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Parish of Kilmalie
Inverness shire

[annotation relating to Achadh na Sithinn] - - Achadh an t-Sìtheinn. Sithean always a masculine noun

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