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OS1/17/47/50

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CLACH MHOR Clach Mhor
Clach Mhor
Revd A.D.MacKenzie
Mr James Sargent
009 This name signifies the "Big Stone" and applies to a hugh boulder 5 chains on the north side of "Loch na Busto" It is on the boundary between the parishes of Kilmorack, Kiltarlity and Convinth
COILLE MHOR Coille Mhor
Coille Mhor
Revd A.D.MacKenzie
Mr James Sargent
009 This name signifies the "Big Wood" and applies to a considerable tract of gir plantation immediately to the north of Erchless Castle on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm Erchless Castle by Beauly.
LOCH NA FEITHE BUIDHE Loch na Feithe Buidhe
Loch na Feithe Buidhe
Revd A.D.MacKenzie
Mr James Sargent
009 This name signifies the "Yellow [] Loch" and applies to a small body of water in and near to the western margin of "Coille Mhor" wood proprietor Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle by Beauly.

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