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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MEALL DUBH Meall Dubh
Meall Dubh
Revd [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie F. C [Free Church] Manse, Beauly
Mr John Fraser, Tomich
Mr D. Kennedy
038 [Situation] Kilmorack
This name signifies "Black Hill" and applies to a low eminence, situate about half a mile S.E [South East] of "Loch a' Chlaidheimh" on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.*
ALLT A' CHOIRE DHUIBH Allt a' Choire Dhuibh
Allt a' Choire Dhuibh
Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie
Mr John Fraser.
Mr. D. Kennedy
038 This name signifies "Burn of the Black Corry" and applies to a Stream Which Collects a short distance from the N.E [North East] end of Loch nan Sean-each" and thence flowing N.E [North East] till it joins "Loch an Eang" at its S.W. [South West] end. It forms part of the boundary between the parish of Kilmorack, and the parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached).
COIRE DUBH Coire Dubh
Coire Dubh
Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie
Mr John Fraser.
Mr. D. Kennedy
038 This name signifies "Black Corry" and applies to a corry Situate about 15 Chains S.E [South East] of "Meall Dubh", on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm It is on the boundary between the parish of Kilmorack & the parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)

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Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness

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