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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT GLAC AN T-SEILICH Allt Glac an t-Seilich. Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie
Mr. John Fraser
027 This name Signifies the Burn of the "Willow "Hollow and applies to a stream formed by three small streams in Glac an t-Seilich and to the north of "Creag "Liath, and flowing in an easterly direction until it falls into the river Glass near Turner Hall.
CREAG LIATH Creag Liath Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly
Mr. Macleay
027 This name Signifies the "Grey "Craig, and applies to a rocky Knoll about three quarters of a mile to the north west of Fasnakyle House,
on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
ALLT NA CREIGE LEITHE Allt na Creige LĂ©ithe Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. Macleay
027 This name Signifies the Burn of the "Grey "Craig and applies to a stream having its source a short distance to the north west of Creag Liath, and flowing in a south easterly direction until it falls into the river Glass, about four hundred yards west of Fasnakyle house.

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack

Transcriber's notes

A table entry was added for CREAG LIATH, the volume index also points to an entry on this page.

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

George Howat