List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARN LOCH A' CHLAIDHEIMH Càrn Loch a' Chlaidheimh Revd. [Reverend] A D, MacKenzie
Mr John Fraser
038 This name signifies "Cairn of the Loch of the Sword" and applies to a low eminence, Situate about 35 Chains W [West] of "Loch a' Chlaidheimh", on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
LOCH AN EANG Loch an Eang
Loch an Eang
Revd. [Reverend] A, D, MacKenzie
Mr John Fraser.
038 ; 039 This name signifies "Loch of the narrow Indentation" and applies to a loch. Situate about 10 Chains S.E. [South East] of "Creag Loch an Eang" A narrow point of land extends into the loch, which is used as a Cattle fold, hence its name. It is on the Boundary between the Phs. [Parishes] of Kilmorack, & Kiltarlity and Convinth, (Detached)
CREAG LOCH AN EANG Creag Loch an Eang
Creag Loch an Eang
Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie
Mr. John Fraser
038 The name signifies "Creag of the Loch of the narrow Indentation", and applies to a Craig, Situate about 10 Chains NW. [North West] of "Loch an Eang The Chisholm of Chisholm is proprietor.

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Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness


Loch na h-Eanga
Eang a feminine noun

Creag Loch na h-Eanga

Transcriber's notes

A table entry was created for CREAG LOCH AN EANG, the volume index points to this page.

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

George Howat