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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT GRIANACH Allt Grianach
Sunny Stream
Mr S. Cameron, Sròn Ba
Mr J. Cameron, Glen Turret
Mr Henderson, Auchinvira Glen Gloy
112 A small stream flowing down on the north side of the sunny nose, into the River Gloy
COILL INNIS MHIC GILLE RUAIDH Coille Innse Mhic Gille Ruadh i.e.
The wood of the Red Servant's son's resting place
Mr S. Cameron, Sròn Ba
Mr J. Cameron, Glen Turret
Mr Henderson, Auchivira Glen Gloy
James McGilver Saw Mill Glengarry
John McIntosh Saw Mill Glengarry
112 A birch wood extending for about two miles along the east side of Loch Lochy Mr Baillies Property
ALIT NAN REITH Allt nan Reith
Rams Stream
Mr S. Cameron, Sròn Ba
Mr J. Cameron, Glen Turret
Mr Henderson, Auchivira Glen Gloy
James McGilver Saw Mill Glengarry
John McIntosh Saw Mill Glengarry
112 A small stream rising in Beith Òg and flowing into the River Gloy near the shepherd's house of Alltraray.

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Kilmonavig Parish -- County Inverness

Notes Coill Ruadh, Roman print and On 111 & 112 is written beside the entry for Coill Innis Mhic Gille Ruaidh.

better written Allt nan Ruthe to distinguish it from Ruth or Reidh a plain etc See Macleod & Dewar's Dictionary is written beneath the entry for Allt nan Reith.

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