OS1/17/51/97

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT LOCH INNIS GHEAMHRAIDH Allt Loch Innis Gheamhraidh
Allt Loch Innis Gheamhraidh
Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse, Beauly
Mr John Fraser, Tomich
039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack
This name signifies "Burn of the Winter Shieling" and applies to a small Stream, issuing from the East end of "Loch an Eas Gheamraidh", and thence flowing SE, [South East] until it joins the main Stream. about 25 chains above KnocKfin Bridge
ESHIE WOOD Eshie Wood
Eshie Wood
Eshie Wood
Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie
Mr. Archibald Anderson, Hilton Cottage,
Mr John Fraser, Tomich
039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack
This name applies to a large birch wood Situate S.W. [South West] of KnocKfin Farmhouse, on the NW. [North West] Side of the road to Wester KnocKfin. it is the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
GUISACHAN FALL Guisachan Fall
Guisachan Fall
Guisachan Fall
Mr Archibald Anderson
Mr John, Fraser.
Mr Hugh Fraser Schoolmaster Tomich.
039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
This name applies to a fall on "Allt na Sìthinn, situate about 25 Chains SE [South East] of Guisachan House. it is about 90 feet in height, and is upon the property of Sir D. C MarjoribanKs.

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County of Inverness

Notes

Corrected by the final Examiner on the Authorty of the above Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie
who also corrects the name of the Loch in page 102

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George Howat

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