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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCHAN NA CUIDHE Lochan na Cuidhe Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie, Beauly
Mr. Macleay
Mr. John Fraser
027 This name signifies Small Loch of the Snow Wreath, it is applied to a small loch, situated about half a mile south of Beinn Acharain and a mile and a half south of the River Cannich
The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
ALLT LOCHAN NA CUIDHE Allt Lochan na Cuidhe Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie
Mr. Macleay
Mr. John Fraser
027 This name signifies Burn of the small Loch of the Snow Wreath, it applies to a small stream for about a mile, having its source in Lochan na Cuidhe, when after flowing in a southeastern direction, it joins a small stream, rising about half a mile east of Lochan na Cuidhe, when it then changes its name to Allt nam Achaidhean
LOCH CRASKIE Loch Craskie Mr. P. Chisholm
Mr. Macleay
Mr. John Fraser
027 This name applies to a small loch on the River Cannich, situated about 10 chains southeast of Craskie farm
The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor

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