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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FRITH BRUNACHAIN Frith Brunachan
Frigh is understood to mean a natural pass a hollow through which a stream flows much frequented by Deer or Cattle
Brunachan i.e. unknown
Mr Cameron E.C. [Established Church] Minister Invergarry
Mr. McDonald Brunachan Glen Roy
Mr A McDonald Achavady Glen Roy
127 A flat portion of ground extending along Allt Frigh Brunachan It is used as a short cut accross the hills from Brunachan to Glen Glas Dhoire.
ALLT FRITH BRUNACHAIN Allt Frith Brunachan
Stream of Brunachans Pass
Mr Cameron E.C. [Established Church] Minister Invergarry
Mr. McDonald Brunachan Glen Roy
Mr A McDonald Achavady Glen Roy
127 A stream rising in Leine Mhòr and after a course of about a mile it joins Allt Dubh where it changes its name to Allt Brunachan and flows into the River Roy
LEANA MHOR Leine Mhòr Mr Cameron E.C. [Established Church] Minister Invergarry
Mr. McDonald Brunachan Glen Roy
Mr A McDonald Achavady Glen Roy
127 A large hill above Coire Bohaskey on the East side of the River Roy there is another hill of the same name on the west side directly opposite
McIntoshes property.

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