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OS1/17/47/46

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT COIR' AN FHEADAIN Allt Coir an Fheadain
Allt Coir an Fheadain
Rev A.D.MacKenzie
Mr Colin Campbell
009 This name signifies "Burn of the Corry of the Gully" and applies to a small stream having its source in "Coir an Fheadain" and flowing in a south easterly direction to its junction with "Allt a Gharth Choire", hence into Culligrain Burn.
COIR AN FHEADAIN Coir an Fheadain
Coir an Fheadain
Revd A.D.Mackenzie
Mr Colin Campbell
Sheet Trace
9.4
The name signifies "Corry of the Gully" and applies to a hollow existing about 30 chains S.E. from "Creag a'Garbh-Coire" and at the head of "Allt Coir an Fheadain" it is the property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle.

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