List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Allt Bhlàir
Allt Bhlàir
Mr D. McLean, Forester, Invermoriston
Mr D. McMillan Keeper Alltsigh
Mr D. McLean, Schoolmaster Invermoriston
052 ; 053 This stream flows out of Loch Liath in a south easterly direction until it joins the River Moriston near Drochaid Bhlàir. Name Signifies "Burn of the plain".
MEALL NA FÀICHE Meall na Fàiche
Meall na Fàiche
Meall na Fàiche
Mr D. McLean, Forester,
Mr D. McMillan Keeper,
Mr D. McLean, Schoolmaster
052 ; 053 A considerable ridge covered with heathy pasture situated immediately to the west of Allt Bhlàir Property of J. Murray Grant, of Glenmoriston. Name Signifies "The Hill of the Green."
LOCH AN STACA Loch an Staca
Loch an Staca
Loch an Staca
Revd [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie F.C. [Free Chruch] Manse Beauly
Mr D. Kennedy Cougie
Mr John McMillan, Keeper, Tomich
039 ; 040 ; 052 This name signifies "Loch of the Craig" and applied to a sheet of Water about a mile in length and having an average breadth of about 20 chains. It is situated about half a mile to the south east of Leachd nam Buidheag and on the property of T. Ogilvie of Corriemony Corriemony House by Inverness
LOCH MA STACA [1895] 039 ; 040 ; 052

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston

LOCH MA STACA [1895] [note] Altered by authority of Mr MacKay, Inverness. See Remark in Index 4.2.95

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