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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARN A' BHRUIC Carn a' Bhruic
Badger's carn or Hill of the Badgers
Mr John Cameron; Glen Turret
Mr Alexander McDonald; Brunachan
Mr Angus McDonald Auchavady
Glen Roy
112 A few small broken rocks on the east side of Allt cam a' Bruic where a Badger had den some years ago - hence the name.
ALLT CARN A' BHRUIC Allt cam a' Bhruic
Stream of the Badger's Carn or Hill
Mr John Cameron; Glen Turret
Mr Alexander Mc Donald; Brunachan
Mr Angus McDonald Auchavady Glen Roy
112 A small stream rising on the south side of Leachann Doire Bainnear and flowing into the Gloy
ALLT RUIGH NA MUICE Allt Ruigh na Muic
Stream of the Pig's Pasture Ground
Mr John Cameron; Glen Turret
Mr Alexander Mc Donald; Brunachan
Mr Angus McDonald Auchavary Glen Roy
112 A small stream rising on the south side of Leaacann na Doire Bainnear and flowing into the River Gloy

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Kilmonavig Parish -- County of Inverness

Notes Carn a' Bhuic Hill of the badger and Carn nan Bruc Hill of the badgers is written beside Càrn a' Bhruic in the List of Names column.

Allt arn a Bhruic is written above Allt Càrn a' Bhruic in the List of Names column.


[Allt] Ruigh na Muic, [Allt] Ruigh Muic, [Allt] Ruigh Mhuic, [Allt] Ruigh nan Muic and Muice is written in the List of Names column beside the entry for Allt Ruigh na Muic.

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Eleanor Brown

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