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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TORRAN NA MIONNA Torran na Mionna
Little Knoll of the Oath
Mr J. Boyle Bohuntine
Mr A. McDonald Achavady
Mr A. McDonald Brunachan Glen Roy
127 A very small rocky knoll on the west side of the Roy close to the foot bridge leading between Bohuntine and Bohenie
The origin of the name is told in the following story given to me by the highlanders of Lochaber. About two hundred years ago there lived at Keppoch (Keppoch is the name of the ground surrounding the junction of Glen Spean and Glen Roy and was previous to the Rebellion of 1645 an Estate owned by the McDonalds or MacDonalls of Keppoch and his clan) two brothers MacDonalds or MacDonalls. The elder who was Chief of the

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Kilmonavig Parish
Inverness Shire

James Archbold
Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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