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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH AN STACA Loch an Staca Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. D. Kennedy Keeper Cougie
Mr. John McMillan Keeper, Tomich
039 ; 040 ; 052 This name Signifies Loch of the Craig and applies to a sheet of water about a mile in length, and having an average breadth of about twenty Chains, It is Situate about half a mile to the South east of "Leachd nam Buidheag and on the property of T, Ogilvie Corriemony
LEACHD NAM BUIDHEAG Leachd Nam Buidheag Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. D. Kennedy
Mr. J. McMillan
039 This name Signifies "Side of the "Butterflower and applies to a range of hills extending from near the South end of Loch "an "Staca in a north easterly direction for a distance of one and a half miles. It is on the property of T. Ogilvie Corriemony.

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County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Trace 6.
Parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston

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