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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT BAILE NA H-AIMHNE Allt Baile na h-Aimhne Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Beauly
Mr. John Fraser
027 This name Signifies the Burn of the "River "Town, and applies to a stream having its source about the fourth of a mile South west of Loch Càrn Bingally and flowing in a north westerly direction until it enters the river Glass a short distance to the north of Fasnakyle Bridge
BALNAHOUN WOOD Balnahoun Wood Mr. John Fraser
Mr. Macleay
027 This name applies to a Birch Wood situated on the east bank of the River Glass and bounded on the South by Allt Currachan and on the North by Allt Baile na h-Aimhne The Chisholm Proprietor
BALNAHAUN WOOD [1895] Mr. MacKay Inverness. 027

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County of Inverness Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached])

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