List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM A' BHEALAICH Tom a' Bhealaidh Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie
Mr. Macleay
027 This name Signifies the "Broom "Knowe and applies to a Small wooded Knoll immediately to the West of Fasnakyle house on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
LARACH TIGH NAM FIONN (Ruins of) Làrach Tigh Nam Fionn Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie
Mr. Macleay
Mr. John Fraser
027 This name Signifies the ruins of Fingall's house, and applies to the ruins of a Fort, or Stronghold, which is said to have been occupied at one time by Fingall. It is one the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
HUMAN REMAINS FOUND HERE A.D. 1870 [Larach Tigh nam Fionn] 027 human remains found here A. D. [Anno Domini] 1870.
ALLT CURRACHAN Allt Cùrrachan Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie
Mr. John Fraser
027 ; 039 [Situation] In the parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
This name Signifies the "Sparkling or "Flashing Burn, It flows out of Loch Currachan about a mile to the South west of Loch Càrn Bingally and flows in a north westerly direction until it enters the river Amhuinn Deabhaidh near the Village of Tomich.

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack



The proper name of a man
Cannot have a plural article
before it

Old English

Làrach Tigh Fionn

Tigh nam Fiannaibh - The house of the

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George Howat