List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NA BEINNE BIGE Loch na Beinne Bige Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. J. McMillan
039 This name Signifies the Loch of the "Small "Hill It is Situated a little to the South east of "Beim-"Bheag and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House.
CARN NA CATHRACH Càrn na Cathrach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr J. McMillan
039 This name Signifies the "Hill of the "Fort, and applies to a rocky Knoll a little to the east of Loch nam Freumh, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs MP. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass
CLACH NA LORGACH Clach na Lorgach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. J. McMillan
039 [Situation] It is on the boundary between the Parishes of Urquhart & Glenmoriston, and Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
This name Signifies the "Stone of the Foot-TracK" and applies to a Stone Situate at a point about thirty three Chains South east of Loch "Nam "Freumh and on the property and Parish boundary between Sir Dudley, and T. Ogilvie Esqr. of Corriemony.

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County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39 Trace 3.
Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detached)



Clach Lorgach was suggested from this office but the Revd. [Reverend] A. D.
Mackenzie States "I prefer Clach na Loreach an old Genetive".

Transcriber's notes

- the Description has a reference to Beinn Bheag - but it is written Beim Bheag.

- the volume index indicates Càrn na Lorgach is on this page, and not Clach na Lorgach. The latter name does not appear in the index.
- the initial in front of Ogilvie can be ambiguous T or J - I have selected T which is consistent with other pages.
- Corriemony appears more frequently elsewhere as Corrimony.

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

George Howat