List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NAM FAOGACH Loch nam Faogach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. D. Kennedy
039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
This name Signifies the "Hagberry tree Loch, and applies to a Small Loch one mile to the north west of "Leachd nam "Buidheag, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strath Glass,
ALLT NAM FAOGACH Allt nam Faogach Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie
Mr. D Kennedy
039 [Situation] It forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Urquhart & Glenmoriston, and Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
This name Signifies the "Hag berry tree Burn, and applies to a Stream which taKes its name from a point ten Chains South west from Rochan "Dubh "Fiormaich and flows in a north easterly direction until it falls into "Amhainn na Ruighe "Duibhe.
ALLT LOCH NAN EUN Allt Loch nan Eun Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. John McMillan
039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
Signifies Stream of the Birds Loch, Issues from Loch nan Eun flows in a northerly direCtion for about a 1. ¾ of a mile where it Changes its name to that of "Allt na "Faogach.

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Transcriber's notes

- I believe that "Rochan Dubh Fiormaich" in the Description should be "Lochan Dubh Thiormaich".

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

George Howat