List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' CHOIRE GHLAIS Allt a'Choire Ghlais Revd.A.D.MacKenzie, Beauly
Donald Fraser, Keeper Beaulin
008 This name is applied to a small mounain stream having its source a short distance south of the hill called Sgair a'Choise Ghlais and flowing in an southeasterly direction for a distance of a mile when it joins a the stream called Allt Shuar an t-socaich, and assists in forming that of Allt Anllheilinn. The name signifies "Burn of the []dant Corry"
ALLT SHUAS AN T-SOCAICH Allt Shuas an t-Socaich
Allt Shuas an t-Socaich
Donald Fraser Keeper Braulin
008 This name is applied to a small mountain stream having its source at the northern extremity of Coise Glas Mor, it flows in a southerly direction for the distance of a mile where it joins with above mentioned stream and then becomes Allt [].
The name signifies the "Burn of the Ploughshare"
AN SOCACH An socach Revd.A.D.MacKenzie, Beauly
Donalf Fraser Keeper Bl[]
008 This name is applied to a prominent hill situated between the steam called Allt Ear an t-Scoaich and that of Allt Shuas an t-Socaich, it is covered with healthy pasture &mountain grass. The name signifies "Painted like a Ploughshare"Property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly.

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