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OS1/17/47/62

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh
Creag Dhubh
Revd A.D.MacKenzie
Mr Jas Sargent
009 ; 010 This name signifies the "Black Rock" and applies to a rocky feature a short distance to the north of the farm steading "Creag Dhubg" on the property of the Right Honourable Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle, by Beauly
KNOCKNASHALAVAIG Cnocnasalavag
Cnocnasalavag
Knocknashavaig
Revd A.D.MacKenzie
Mr Jas Sargent
Lord Lovat
Val Roll 1870.71
009 This name applies to a farm house about seven miles west from Beauly on the north side of the county road leading through Strathglass, the building are one storey high, thatched and in fair repair.
Lord Lovat, proprietor Beaufort Castle by Beauly.

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