Inverness-shire Mainland volume 51

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/17/51/1 ALLT TAIGE Allt Taige Rvd. [Reverend] A. D McKenzie Free Church Manse Beauly M. R. McLean Mullardoch Glen Cannich 026 [Situation] This Stream is the County bdy. [boundary] for its whole length between Ross - and Inverness. This name signifies Burn of attachment, it applies to a mountain Stream about three miles long, taking its rise in Loch Tuill Bhearnach, it flows in a Southeastern direction until it joins Loch Mullardoch. The property of James Sutherland Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle by Beauly. Inverness=shire.
OS1/17/51/1 COIRE GLAS-LIATH Coire Glas-liath Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie. Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Greyish Corry it applies to a large corry situated at the northeast side of Allt Taige, and extends for about a mile from Loch Tuill Bhearnach, along Allt Taige. The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/1 LOCH TUILL BHEARNAICH Loch Tuill Bhearnach Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a small loch Situated about ¾ of a mile, West of Càrn nan Gobhar and on the County boundary of Ross and Inverness East side of Loch Ceirig Bag The name signifies Loch of the Cut out holes. The property of The Chisholm
OS1/17/51/1 [Page] 1 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes [Bhearnach struck out and corrected to:] Bhearnaich
OS1/17/51/1 The volume index shows the Name as "Loch Tuill Bhearnach". In the Descriptive Remarks for LOCH TUILL BHEARNAICH, there is a name which is not easily readable and looks like: "Loch C[e]ing Bag", this MAY refer to Loch a' Choire Bhig (thanks to moderators for help here).
OS1/17/51/2 CARN NAN GOBHAR Càrn nan Gobhar Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. R. McLean Mr. D. Fraser Keeper Broulin 015 ; 026 This name Signifies The Goat's hill It applies to a heathy clad hill situat[ed] about half a mile northeast of Allt Ta[ige] and ¾ a mile east of Loch Tuile Bhearn[ach] The property of This Chisholm of Chis[holm]
OS1/17/51/2 BEALACH AN TUILL GHAINEAMHAICH Bealach an Tuill Ghaineamhaich Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name means Pass of the sandy holes, it applies to a pass situated betwe[en] Càrn nan Goghar and Mullach na Maoile and half a mile east of Allt Taige The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/2 MULLACH NA MAOILE Mullach na Maoile Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a heathy clad hill, situated about a mile south of Càrn nan Gobhar, and half a mile east of Allt Taige. It means The bare top The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
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OS1/17/51/3 ALLT NA LICE GUIRME Allt na Lice Guirme Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a Small Stream which takes its rise about half a mile north of Mullach na Maoile, and after flowing for nearly a mile in an eastern direction, joins Allt Fuarain Annich in forming Allt Meall Ardoich The name signifies "Burn of the blue face"
OS1/17/51/3 COIRE DEOCH Coire Deoch Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies "Corry of the Drink" it applies to a large Corry situated south east of Carn nan Gobhar, and about half a mile Mortheast of Mullach na Maoile The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/3 COIRE DUBH Coire Dubh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr R. McLean 026 This name applies to a small corry Situated about half a mile Northwest of Glùn Coire na Buidheig, and a mile east of Leachd Ghorm. The name Signifies "Black Corry" The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/3 [Page] 3 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes Deoch - A Drink Gen: [Genitive:] Dibhe. Coire na Dibhe - Hollow of the Drink. name adopted as locally Known. [initialled] JM
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OS1/17/51/4 ALLT MEALL ARDOICH Allt Meall Ardoich Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie. Free Church Manse Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name Signifies, eminence or declivity it applies to a mountain Stream, formed by the junctions of Allt Fuarainn Annaic[h] Allt na lice Guirme, and after flowing in a southern direct[ion] for about a mile, empties itself in Loch Mullardo[ch]
OS1/17/51/4 LEACHD GHORM Leachd Ghorm Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean Mullardoch Glen Cannich 026 This name applies to a heathy clad hill situated about a mile north of Mullach na Maoile, and half a mile east of Càrn nan Gobhar. It Signifies Blue face or declivity. The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/4 ALLT FUARAIN ANNAICH Allt Fuarain Annaich Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 Applies to a small mountain Stream takign its rise at the Northeast side of Leachd Ghorm, and after flowing in a South eastern direction for about half a mile joins Allt na lice Guirme in forming Allt Moall Ardoich The name Signifies Burn of the Weed Well
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OS1/17/51/5 CREAG FHEUSAGACH Creag Fheusagach Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a rocky hill situated about half a mile east of Allt Moall Ardoich and a mile North of Loch Mullardoch The name signifies Bearded Rock The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/5 MULLARDOCH Mulardich Mullardoch Mullardoch Valuation Roll 1870-71 Mr. R. McLean, tenant Mr. D. MacKay Leichtry 026 This name applies to a small dwelling house, one story high, thatched and in good repair The property of Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/5 GLENSTRATHFARRAR FOREST Glenstrathfarrar Forest Glenstrathfarrar Forest Glenstrathfarrar Forest John Peters Esq. Factor Beauly Mr. D. Fraser, Keeper, Broulin Mr. D. Mackenzie, Keeper, Cambussorray 002 ; 007 ; 008 ; 009 ; 014 ; 015 ; 016 ; 017 ; 026 See Correct Description in Name Book for Plans 7. 14. 15. 16. 17 &. 18.
OS1/17/51/5 [Page] 5 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes Name cancelled, in accordance with Sir Henry James's Memo. Sep: [September] 1869. [initialled] EM This order is now rescinded and the name written on Impressions. The name Glenstrathfarrar Forest is therefore not to be cancelled.
OS1/17/51/6 ALLT A' CHOIRE DHUIBH Allt a' Choire Dhuibh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Free Church Manse Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a Small Stream which takes its rise in Coire Dubh, and after flowing in a Southwestern direction for about three quarters of a mile, joins Allt Fuarrain Annaich. The name Signifies Burn of the Black Corry
OS1/17/51/6 GLUN COIRE NA BUIDHEIG Glùn Coire na Buidheig Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Knee of the Butterflower Corry, it applies to a heathy clad hill Situated between Coire Dubh and Coire na Buidheig The Property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/6 COIRE NA BUIDHEIG Coire na Buidheig Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 Applies to a Corry Situated between Glùn Coire na Buidheig and Creag Fheusagach. The name Signifies Corry of the Butterflower The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/6 ALLT COIRE NA BUIDHEIG Allt Coire na Buidheig Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a mountain stream about a mile long, which takes its rise in Coire na Buidh[eig] And after flowing in a southwestern direction joins Allt Moall Ardoich The name Signifies Burn of the Corry of the Butterflo[wer]
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OS1/17/51/7 SHALAVANACH Shalavanach Mr. R. McLean Mullardoch Glen Cannich Mr. D. MacKay Leichtry 026 This name applies to a Crofters house It is one Storey high, thatched and in good repair The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/7 LUBGUISH Lubguish Mr. R. McLean Mr. D. MacKay 026 A small one storey Croft house Situated about ½ a mile east of Loch Sealbhag The Chisholm, Proprietor
OS1/17/51/7 BEALACH NA CLOICHE DUIBHE Bealach na Cloiche Duibhe Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse, Beauly. Donald Fraser, Keeper, Broulin 015 ; 026 This name signifies the "Pass of the Black Stone", and is applied to a pass or hollow on the Watershed a short distance to the east of Sgòr na Làpaich on the property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle.
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OS1/17/51/8 GLAC AN SGORNAIN Glac an Sgòrnain Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name Signifies Hollow of the throat or Gorge. it applies to a small hollow situated at the Southeast side of Mullach nam Faochag. The property of the Chisholm of Chisho[lm]
OS1/17/51/8 ALLT GLAC AN SGORNAIN Allt Glac an Sgòrnain Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 Applies to a small mountain stream which takes its rise in Glac an Sgornain and after flowing in a northeastern direction for about half a mile, joins Allt Leath-ruighe, The name signifies Burn of the Hollow of the Throat
OS1/17/51/8 LEICHTRY Leichtry Mr. R. McLean Mr. D. MacKay 026 This name applies to a Crofters dwelling house, it is one story high, thatched and in fair repair. The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
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OS1/17/51/9 CNOC EOGHAINN Cnoc Eòghainn Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a Small Knoll Covered with heather, Situated South of the junction of Allt Coire Eòghainn and Allt Ruigh Eòghainn, The name Signifies Owens Hillock The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/9 ALLT NA FAING Allt na Faing Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 The name signifies Burn of the Sheepfold, it applies to a Small Stream which takes its rise about half a mile Southeast of Creag Fheusagach, it flowes in a Southeastern direction for half a mile until it joins Garb-Uisge
OS1/17/51/9 GARBH-UISGE Garbh-uisge Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a stream nearly a quarter of a mile long, flowing from the Northeast end of Loch Mullardoch to Loch Atte a' Bhan, and forming An island betwen the two lochs. The name signifies Rough Water
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OS1/17/51/10 COIRE EOGHAINN Coire Eòghainn Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Owens Corry It applies to a large Corry situated about half a mile east of Creag Fheusagach The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/10 ALLT COIRE EOGHAINN Allt Coire Eòghainn Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a small mountain stream, which takes its rise in Coire Eòghainn, and after flowing for about a mile in a Southern direction, and then for half a mile in an eastern direction, flows into the northeast end of Loch Sealbhag The name Signifies Burn of Owens Corry.
OS1/17/51/10 ALLT RUIGH EOGHAINN Allt Ruigh Eòghainn Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Burn of Owens Shieling, It applies to a small stream which takes its rise in Coire Eoghainn and after flowing in a Southwestern direction for nearly a mile, joins Allt Coire Eòghainn
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OS1/17/51/11 LOCH ATH A' BHAN Loch Ath A Bhàn Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Loch of the Lowest Ford, it applies to a small loch Situated at the Northeast of Loch Mullardoch and west of Loch Sealbhag, It is about 16 chains long and 7. wide. The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/11 LOCH SEALBHAG Loch Sealbhag Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a Loch situated about half a mile northeast of Loch Mullardoich, it is about three quarters of a mile long, and a quarter wide, The name Signifies Loch of Sorrel The poperty of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/11 ALLT NA CRICHE Allt na Crìche Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies The Boundary Burn, it applies to a small mountain stream which takes its rise on the west side of Mullach nam Faochag, & runs in a southwestern direction for half a mile until it flows into the northeast end of Loch Sealbhag
OS1/17/51/11 [Page] 11 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes Bhàin
OS1/17/51/12 CREAG NAN TOLL Creag nan Toll Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a Rocky hill situated about half a mile North of Loch Sealbhag. The name signifies Craig of the Holes. The property of The Chisholm of Chisho[lm]
OS1/17/51/12 MULLACH TARSUINN Mullach Tarsuinn Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies The Top Crossin[g] it applies to a heathy clad hill, situated about a quarter of a mile Northwest of Mullach nam Faochag, and Northea[st] of Coire Eòghainn, The poperty of The Chisholm of Chisho[lm]
OS1/17/51/12 MULLACH NAM FAOCHAG Mullach nam Faochag Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a round rocky hill, situated about a mile North of Loch Sealbhag, The name signifies The Top of the Shell or Wilk The property of The Chisholm of Chisho[lm]
OS1/17/51/12 ALLT LIATH-RUIGHE 015; 026 For Authorities and description - see 6 inch Name Book of Sheet 15
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OS1/17/51/13 CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Beauly Mr. R. McLean, Mullardoch 026 This name signifies Black Hill It applies to a large heathy clad hill Situated about half a mile south, of the southwest side of Loch Mullardoch The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/13 ALLT LUB NAM MEANN Allt Lùb nam Meann Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 ; 038 This name Signifies "Stream of the Kid's Meadow and applies to a mountain Stream having its Source in Coire Toll na h-Imrich and flowing in a Northerly direction until it joins Loch Mullardoch a Short distance North of Creag Dhubh.
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OS1/17/51/14 BEALACH NA CREIGE DUIBHE Bealach na Creige Duibhe Bealach na Creige Duibhe Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Makenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse Beauly Mr. Donald Fraser, Keeper, Broulin 015 ; 026 This name signifies the "Pass of the Black Rock" and applies to a hollow or pass in the Watershed a short distance to the south east [--] Creag Dhubh; on the Property of the Right Ho[--] [Honourable] Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle.
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OS1/17/51/14A GLENCANNICH FOREST Glencannich Forest Mr. D. Duff, Factor Bank of Scotland, Inverness 015 ; 016 ; 026 ; 027 This name applies to a Deer Forest Commencing at the junction of a wire fence with the Cannich water, at a point about 20 Chains east of Leichtry Gamekeeper's House, thence following the water Course up Glencannich for about three miles to "Allt Meall Ardoich["] burn, thence following a wire fence in a northeasterly direction to "Creag Dhubh", thence keeping the watershed in an easterly direction to "Sgòr na Diollaid", thence in a southerly direction about half a mile towards Craskie Farm House to a wire fence, following which in a westerly direction for about half a mile, thence to the above named junction of a wire fence. The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
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OS1/17/51/14B FASNAKYLE FOREST Fasnakyle Forest Mr. D. Duff, Factor Bank of Scotland, Inverness 026 ; 027 This name applies to a Deer [Forest --] Commencing at the Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Stat[ion --] "Beinn Acharain, on sheet 27 keeping [--] watershed in a westerly direct[ion] about half a mile West of "Tui[--] -ach" Sheet 26 thence by the Co. [County] Bdy [Boundary] in a northeasterly [--] to "Loch Mullardoch", thence f[--] the water Course to a point a[--] 20 Chains west of "Craskie Far[m][--] thence to a small Loch at [--] back of "Beinn Acharain" to above named Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station. The property of The Chisho[lm of] Chisholm.
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OS1/17/51/15 FRAOCH-CHOIRE Fraoch-choire Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Heather Corry It applies to a large Corry situated about a mile south of Loch Mullardoch and east of Creag A Bhaca, and extends for nearly a mile along Allt Fraoch-choire. The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/15 ALLT FRAOCH-CHOIRE Allt Fraoch-Choire Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a mountain Stream, which rises in Fraoch-choire, it runs in a Northeastern direction for nearly two miles, until it flows into Loch Mullardoch.
OS1/17/51/15 TUILL CREAGACH Tuill Creagach Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 ; 038 This name applies to a large hill covered with heather, and scattered rocks, it is situated about half a mile west from the south end of Fraoch-choire The name signifies Rocky Holes The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
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OS1/17/51/16 CREAG A' BHACA Creag a' Bhaca Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Hill of the [--] Notch, it applies to a round hill [--] with heather and scattered rocks, it [--] situated about about half a mile west [--] Allt Fraoch choire, and a mile south of Loch Mullardoch Property of The Chisholm of Chishol[m]
OS1/17/51/16 ALLT CREAG A' BHACA Allt Creag a' Bhaca Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a mountain Stream, it rises about half a mile N[--] of Tuill Creagach and after flowing in a Northwestern direction [--] nearly a mile, it flows into Loch M[ullardoch] The name signifies Burn of the Hill [of] the Notch
OS1/17/51/16 ALLT CAMUS A' CHAORUINN Allt Camus a' Chaoruinn Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Stream of the Row[an] tree Bay, It applies to a small Stream which rises about half a mile Northwes[t] of Creag a Bhaca, and after flowing [in] A Northwestern direction for nearly a mil[e] it flows into Loch Mullardoch
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OS1/17/51/17 LOCH MULLARDOCH Loch Mullardoch Rev. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. R. McLean Mr. D. MacKay 026 This name applies to a large loch Situated at the head of Glencannich, on the Northwest end of the Parish, it is about four miles long and half a mile wide, The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/17 COSSACK COTTAGE Cossack Cottage Mr. R. McLean Mr. D. MacKay 026 This name applies to a small shooting Lodge, situated on the north west side of Loch Mullardoch, It is one story high Slated, and in good repair The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
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OS1/17/51/19 DOIRE THANA Doire Thana Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Free Church Manse Beauly Mr. R. McLean, Mullardoch 026 This name signifies Thin or scattered wood. It applies to a side of a hill situated a mile southeast of Allt Froach-Choire. It is Covered with heather, and scattered rocks. The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/19 ALLT CHAMAIDH Allt Chamaidh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a mountain Stream, which takaes its rise in Toll Odhar, and after flowing in a Northwestern direction for about two miles, it flows into Loch Sealbhag. The name signifies Stream of the Crooks or Bends,
OS1/17/51/19 CREAG NA H-IOLAIRE Creag na h-Iolaire Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies The Eagles Rock It applies to a rocky Knoll, situated about a mile Southeast of Loch Sealbhag The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
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OS1/17/51/20 TOLL ODHAR Toll Odhar Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name signifies Dun Corry It applies to a large corry, situated about half a mile east of Doire Thana, and extends for about a mile along Allt Chamaidh. The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/20 FEITH A' GHIUBHAIS Feith a' Ghiubhais Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 This name applies to a face of a hill, situated, about half a mile Southeast of Creag na h-Iolaire it is covered with heather, and extends for nearly a mile along Allt an Lùib Ghiubhais. The name signifies Fir Moss Property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/20 ALLT AN LUIB GHIUBHAIS Allt an Lùib Ghiubhais Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr R. McLean 026 This name signifies Stream of the Fir Meadow, It applies to a small mountain Stream, which takes its rise about a mile east of Toll Odhar, it flows in a Northwestern direction for about two miles, when it joins the River Cannich about half a mile east of Loch Sealbhag
OS1/17/51/20 [Page] 20 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes Allt Lùib a' Ghiubhais
OS1/17/51/21 MEALL MOR Meall Mòr Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. R. McLean Mullardoch 026 ; 027 ; 038 ; 039 This name signifies Big hill It applies to a round heathy clad hill. situated about a mile and a half southeast of Toll Odhar, and about half a mile east of Allt an Ruighe Dhuibh. The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/21 ALLT AN RUIGHE DHUIBH Allt an Ruighe Dhuibh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. R. McLean 026 ; 038 ; 039 This name Signifies "Stream of the Black Shieling" and applies to a mountain Stream which Collects a short distance South of Toll Odhar and flows in a Southerly direction until it joins the River Affric about ½ a mile east of Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin
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OS1/17/51/22 ALLT CAR Allt Car Allt Car Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse Beauly John Campbell, Shepherd, Muckerach 016 ; 027 This name signifies "Burn of the Bend or Curve" and applies to a stream rising in Coire na Féithe Seilich and flowing in a South easterly direction until it falls into the River Cannich a short distance east of Loch Car.
OS1/17/51/22 ALLT AN INBHIR Allt an Inbhir Allt an Inbhir Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie John Campbell, Shepherd 016 ; 027 This name signifies "Burn of the Mouth or Confluence and applies to a stream formed by the junction of several small stream[s] having their source on the southern slopes of Sgòr na Dìollaid and thence flowing in a southerly direction to its junction with the River Cannich.
OS1/17/51/22 CRASKIE BURN Craskie Burn Craskie Burn Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie Mr. John Campbell 016 ; 027 This name applies to a stream having its chief source about 10 chains north of Loch Càrn na Toiteach; it is then joined by other tributaries and flows in a southerly direction to its junction with the River Cannich
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OS1/17/51/23 ALLT A' CHOIRE GHLAIS Allt a' Choire Ghlais Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. Macleay Keeper Fasnakyle 027 This name signifies Burn of the Grey Corry. It applies to a mountain stream having its rise in Coire Glas, about a mile and a half south of the River Cannich and after flowing in a Northwester direction for about a mile and a half, joins the River Cannich about half a mile west of Loch Carr,
OS1/17/51/23 COIRE DUBH Coire Dubh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name applies to a small corry situated on the west side of Creag a' Choire Dhuibh, and about a mile south of the River Cannich. The name signifies Black Corry The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/23 ALLT A' CHOIRE DHUIBH Allt a' Choire Dhuibh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 016 ; 027 This name signifies Burn of the Black Corry, it applies to a small mountain stream, having its rise about a mile North of Loch Carr, and after flowing in a southeastern direction for about a mile empties itself into Loch Car on the North side.
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OS1/17/51/24 CREAG A' CHOIRE DHUIBH Creag a' Choire Dhuibh Rvd. [Reverend] A. A. McKenzie Mr. McCleay 027 This name signifies Creag of the Black corry. it applies to a hill Situated about a mile on the South side of the River Cannich, it is Covered with heatha and rocks. The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/24 GLEN CANNICH Glen Cannich Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser Mr. John Campbell 026 ; 027 A large highland Glen extending from a point about a half a mile West of Cannich in a Westerly direction into the County of Ross, The property of the Chisholm of Chisholm, That portion of the glen in Inverness-shire is let out in Sheep Farms
OS1/17/51/24 [Page] 24 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/25 ALLT A' CHOIRE DHUIBH Allt a' Choire Dhuibh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Free Church Manse Beauly Mr. Macleay 016 ; 027 This name signifies Burn of the Black corry, it applies to a mountain stream, about a mile long, which rises on the east side of creag a' Choire Dhuibh, south of the River Cannich, and after running in a southwestern direction joins the River Cannich. half a mile east of Loch Car.
OS1/17/51/25 CARN DOIRE LEITHE Càrn Doire Léithe Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Campbell Keeper Muchrachd Glen Cannich 027 This name applies to a hill, covered wit heather and scattered rocks, situated about half a mile north of the River Cannich, and a mile northeast of Loch Car, The name signifies Cairn of the Grey Clump The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/25 MAM CAR Màm Car Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Campbell 027 This name signifies Hill of the Bend, or undulating hill it applies to a small heathy clad hill situated between Càrn Doire Leithe and River Cannich. The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/25 [Page] 25 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/26 LOCH CAR Loch Car Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. Macleay Mr. John Campbell 027 This name applies to a small loch on the River Cannich, it is about 17 chains long and 14 chains wide. The name Signifies Loch of the Bend. {Winding or Bending Loc[h] The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/26 ALLT FEITH A' GHIUBHAIS Allt Féith a' Ghiubhais Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 026 ; 027 This name signifies Burn of the Fir Bog, It applies to a mountain stream South of the River Cannich, taking its rise about half a mile Southwest of Coire Glas, and after flowing in a Northwestern direction for nearly a mile join the River Cannich, about a mile west of Loch Car
OS1/17/51/26 COIRE GLAS Coire Glas Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name applies to a small corry situated about a mile and a half south of the River Cannich, and half a mile west of Creag a' choire Dhuibh, The name signifies Grey Corry The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/26 [Page] 26 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/27 CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Campbell 016 ; 027 This name signifies Black Craig it applies to a rocky knoll, situated about a quarter of a mile north of the River Cannich, and about half a mile northwest of Craskie farm The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/27 TOM BUIDHE Tom Buidhe Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Campbell 027 This name is applied to a small rocky Knoll, situated close to the south side of the River Cannich, and nearly a mile southeast of Craskie farm. The name signifies Yellow Hillock The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/27 MEALL DUBH Meall Dubh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Campbell 027 This name signifies Black Hill it is applied to a small Hill Covered with heather, and partly with fir wood, and scattered rocks, it is situated about a quarter of a mile on the south side of the River Cannich, and three quarters of a mile south of Craskie farm. Property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/27 [Page] 27 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/28 LOCHAN A' MHILL DHUIBH Lochan a' Mhill Dhuibh Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay Keeper Fasnakyle 027 This name signifies Lochs of the Black Hill, it applies to two small lochs situated about a mile south of the River Cannich, and half a mile south of Meall Dubh. The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/28 BEINN ACHARAIN Beinn Acharain Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name applies to a round hill Covered with heather, and scattered rocks it is situated about a mile and a quarter south of the River Cannich and half a mile southwest of Lochan a' Mhill Dhuibh The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/28 COIRE NA CUIDHE Coire na Cuidhe Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr McCleay Mr. John Fraser Brewer Tomich 027 This name signifies Corry of the Snow Wreath, it applies to a small Corry situated on the east side of Lochan na Cuidhe and about half a mile south of Beinn Acharain The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/28 [Page] 28 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/29 MUCHRACHD Muchrachd Muchrachd MucKerach Mr. John Campbell Tenant Mr. P. Chisholm Val [Valuation] Roll. 1870, 71 027 Applies to a Keeper's house with offices attached, it is one storey high, slated and in good repair. The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/29 DALRIACH Dalreoch Dalriach Dalriach Val. [Valuation] Roll 1870. 71 Mr. John Campbell Mr. P. Chisholm Farmer, Csaskie Glen Cannich 027 This name applies to a small dwelling house, one story high, thatched and in fair repair The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/29 CRASKIE Craskie Crasky Mr. P. Chisholm tenant Mr John Campbell Val. [Valuation] Roll 1870. 71 027 A Small farm house slated and in good repair, With Suitable offices attached and Situated immediately at West of Loch Craskie The Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/29 [Page] 29 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/30 LOCHAN NA CUIDHE Lochan na Cuidhe Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie, Beauly Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser 027 This name signifies Small Loch of the Snow Wreath, it is applied to a small loch, situated about half a mile south of Beinn Acharain and a mile and a half south of the River Cannich The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/30 ALLT LOCHAN NA CUIDHE Allt Lochan na Cuidhe Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser 027 This name signifies Burn of the small Loch of the Snow Wreath, it applies to a small stream for about a mile, having its source in Lochan na Cuidhe, when after flowing in a southeastern direction, it joins a small stream, rising about half a mile east of Lochan na Cuidhe, when it then changes its name to Allt nam Achaidhean
OS1/17/51/30 LOCH CRASKIE Loch Craskie Mr. P. Chisholm Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser 027 This name applies to a small loch on the River Cannich, situated about 10 chains southeast of Craskie farm The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/30 [Page] 30 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/31 RIVER CANNICH River Cannich Mr. Macleay, Keeper Fasnakyle Mr. John Fraser, Brewer Tomich Mr. John Campbell. Keeper Muchrachd Glen Cannich 027 A large mountain Stream having its Source at the head of Gen Cannich in Ross-shire and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins the River Glass, about ½ a mile east of the Village of Cannich, it opens out into Several Lochs on its Course, the principal of which is Loch Mullardoch, partly in Ross-shire and partly in Inverness-shire The Chisholm Proprietor.
OS1/17/51/31 CANNICH BRIDGE Cannich Bridge Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser Mr. Ballingall Glenaffric Hotel Cannich 027 This name applies to a stone structure of one arch Spanning the River Cannich about ½ mile from its junction with the River Glass, and over which the County road passes, repaired by the County.
OS1/17/51/31 [Page] 31 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/32 DOG FALL Dog Fall Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser Mr. McDonald Tomich 027 This name applies to a Fall of about 20 feet in height, Situated on the River Affric, about 1½ miles from its junction with the River Glass
OS1/17/51/32 FASNAKYLE BRIDGE Fasnakyle Bridge Fasnakyle Bridge Fasnakyle Bridge Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser Mr. McDonald 027 A Stone bridge Spanning the River Glass, and Situated about 2 miles South of Cannich, kept in repair by the County.
OS1/17/51/32 FASNAKYLE Fasnakyle Mr Macleay Mr. John Fraser Val. [Valuation] Roll 1870. 71 027 This name applies to a Shooting Lodge Situated about 1¼ mile north of Tomich, It has the usual outbuildings attached all in good repair The Chisholm Proprietor.
OS1/17/51/32 [Page] 32 County of Inverness -- Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/33 KERROW BURN Kerrow Burn Kerrow Burn Kerrow Burn Mr McDonald Mr Robertson Mr Fraser 027 ; 028 This name is given to a small stream which rises about half a mile south of Kerrow Wood, and runs in a northeasterly direction until it enters the river Glass near Comar Bridge
OS1/17/51/33 INVERCANNICH Invercannich Invercannich Invercannich Mr McDonald Mr Robertson Mr Fraser 027 A farm house, one storey high, with out buildings attached, all of which are thatched, and in good order The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/33 WESTER RUNIVRAID Wester Runivraid Wester Runivraid Wester Runivraid Mr McDonald Mr Robertson Mr Fraser 027 ; 028 This is a farm house and offices, one story high thatched and in fair repair It is Separated only a few yards from the buildings of Easter Runivraid The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/33 [Page] 33 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 27 Notes [Invercannich] (To be written in one word) [initialled] NB
OS1/17/51/34 COMAR Comar Comar Comar Mr Duncan Robertson, Tenant Mr McDonald Mr Fraser, Schoolmaster 027 This is a large farm house two stories, high, with suitable offices attached, both of which are slated and in good order, The Chisholm of Chisholm, proprietor
OS1/17/51/34 COMAR BRIDGE Comar Bridge Comar Bridge Comar Bridge Mr Duncan Robertson Mr McDonald Mr Fraser, 027 This is a wooden Bridge which crosses the river Glass. about ¾ of a mile South East of Cannich. It was erected at the expense of the County
OS1/17/51/34 COMAR WOOD Comar Wood Comar Wood Comar Wood Mr. D. Robertson Mr McDonald Mr Fraser 027 This is a birch wood which lies along the face of the hill a short distance to north of Comar farm house, from which it takes its name It is on the estate of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/34 [Page] 34 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 27 Notes [Comar Bridge] (Wooden)
OS1/17/51/35 CANNICH Cannich Cannich Cannich Mr McDonald, Grocer Cannich Mr Fraser, Schoolmaster Cannich Revd [Reverend] A McRae 027 A few houses one story high, lying at Roadside, which leads from Beauly to Tomich, 17 miles from the former and 4 from the latter, They are for the most part thatched and in fair condition, The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/35 GLENAFFRIC HOTEL Glenaffric Hotel Glenaffric Hotel Glenaffric Hotel Mr McDonald Mr Fraser County Valuation Roll 027 This is a large building two stories high, slated and in thorough repair The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
OS1/17/51/35 SCHOOL [Parish] School School School Mr Fraser, Master Mr McDonald Mr Duncan Robertson Comar This is a parish school. and dwelling house attached, and is two stories high slated, and in fair repair, The usual rudiments of education are taught, Average attendance 40. The Chisholm of Chisholme proprietor
OS1/17/51/35 [Page] 35 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 27
OS1/17/51/35 A table entry was added for SCHOOL - the volume index indicates 'Parish' so I have added that to the Name.
OS1/17/51/36 POST OFFICE [Cannich] Post Office Post Office Post Office Mr Fraser, Post master Mr McDonald Mr D Robertson 027 This is the Post office for Cannich and district, is kept by the School master, and is subject to Beauly with which communication is held by Mail Gig, Despatch at 6.30. A.m arrival at 7. Pm
OS1/17/51/36 OUR LADY AND ST BEAN'S CHAPEL (Roman Catholic) [Cannich] Our Lady & St. Bean's Chapel Our Lady & St. Bean's Chapel Our Lady & St. Bean's Chapel Our Lady & St. Bean's Chapel Revd [Reverend] A McRae Mr McDonald Mr Fraser, Scotch Catholic Directory for 1871 027 This is a beautiful Roman Catholic chapel, which was recently erected by the Congregation and by public subscription It is seated to contain 400, is slated, and in perfect repair, and is held in fue by the congregation from The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/36 ALLT A' BHAILE MHOIR 016; 017; 027; 028 For Authorities & description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 28.
OS1/17/51/36 CREAG BHUIDHE 027; 028 For Authorities & description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 28.
OS1/17/51/36 [Page] 36 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 27 -- Parish Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/36 Table entries were created for ALLT A' BHAILE MHOIR and CREAG BHUIDHE, both of which have volume index entries. Re OUR LADY AND ST BEAN'S CHAPEL, Description, the word 'fue' could be interpreted as the more correct 'feu'.
OS1/17/51/37 CREAG RUIGH NA H-UAMHACH Creag Ruigh na h-Uamhach, Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name signifies the "Craig of the "Shieling of the "Caves, and applies to a rocky hill a short distance north of the river Cannich and about a mile to the west of Glenaffric Hotel, on the propiety of the Chisholm or Chisholm
OS1/17/51/37 CARN DUBH-GHLAIC Càrn Dubh-ghlaic Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name signifies Cairn of the "Black-"Hollow and applies to a rocky Knoll on the west bank of "Allt "Coillte, and about three quarters of a mile north west of where it falls into the River Cannich the Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor.
OS1/17/51/37 [Page] 37 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes Creag Ruighe Uamhach Suggested from this Office but the Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie states "I prefer Creag Ruigh na h-Uamhach" and further adds "Uamhach an old Gen. [Genitive] of Uamh".
OS1/17/51/38 CARN AN T-SIONNAICH Càrn an t-Sionnaich Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Free Church Manse Beauly Mr. John Chisholm Invercannich 027 This name signifies the "Cairn of the "Fox, and applies to a rocky hill about one and a fourth miles north of St. Beans R. C. [Roman Catholic] Chapel. On the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/38 ALLT COILLTE Allt Coillte Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John Chisholm 027 This name Signifies the "Woody "Burn and applies to a Stream formed by the junctions of Several smaller streams a short distance to the South-West-West of 'Carn An T-"Sionnaich, and flowing in a Southerly direction until it falls into the River Cannich a short distance to the east of Glenaffric Hotel. On the propty [property] of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/38 [Page] 38 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/38 A table entry was added for CARN AN T-SIONNAICH.
OS1/17/51/39 EAS MAOL MHAIRI Eas Maol Mhairi Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. John Fraser 027 This name Signifies "Mary's Bare Waterfall, and applies to a waterfall about 12. feet high, on the river Cannich, about a mile west of Glenaffric Hotel.
OS1/17/51/39 EAS AN FHITHICH Eas an Fhithich Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. John Fraser 027 This name Signifies the "Ravens "Waterfall, and applies to a waterfall on the river Cannich, about three quarters of a mile west from Glenaffric Hotel.
OS1/17/51/39 MULLACH AN TUIR Mullach an Tùir Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. John Fraser 027 The name Signifies the "The "Top of the Tower, and applies to a little Knoll on the north Side of the river Cannich and about two hundred yards of Glenaffric Hotel. Proprietor the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/39 ALLT GIUBHAIS Allt Ghiubhais Allt Ghiubhais Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse, Beauly Mr. John Fraser Brewer Tomich. 016 ; 027 This name signifies "Fir Burn" and applies to a small stream issuing from Loch Coire an Uillt Ghiubhas thence flowing in south westerly direction to its junction with the River Cannich a short distance east of Loch Craskie
OS1/17/51/39 [Page] 39 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/39 Re. the table entry ALLT GIUBHAIS - the volume index also has this, but the image shows ALLT GHIUBHAIS in both Name and Modes columns. I have left the Name column as is but transcribed the entry as seen.
OS1/17/51/40 LOCH NA GOBHLAIG Loch na Gobhlaig Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay Keeper Fasnakyle 027 This name Signifies the "Fork "Loch, and applies to a small sheet of water a little to the east of "Càrn Loch na "Gobhlaig on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm,
OS1/17/51/40 CARN LOCH NA GOBHLAIG Càrn Loch na Gobhlaig Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name Signifies the Cairn of the "Fork "Loch and applies to a middling Sized hill a Short distance to the west of Loch na Gobhlaig on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/40 ALLT COIRE BEITHE Allt Coire Beithe Revd [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. Macleay 027 ; 039 This name Signifies the "Burn of the Birch Corry, and applies to a small stream having its source near the south base of Càrn Loch na Gobhlaig, and flowing in a southerly direction until it falls into the river Affric.
OS1/17/51/40 [Page] 40 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/41 COIRE BEITHE Coire Beithe Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name Signifies the "Birch Corry, and applies to a Large Corry at the head of "Allt Blàr Na "Gamhna. and about one mile south of "Loch na "Gobhlaig. on the property of Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/41 ALLT BLAR NA GAMHNA Allt Blàr Na Gamhna. Revd. [Reverend] A, D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name Signifies the "Burn of the "Stirks Field, and applies to a Small Stream having its source in "Coire "Beithe and flowing in a South easterly direction until it falls into the river Affric.
OS1/17/51/41 MEALLAN NA CEARDAICH Meallan na Ceàrdaich Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name Signifies the "Smithy "Hill, and applies to a small rocky hillock a short distance to the South west of "Coire "Beithe proprietor the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/41 [Page] 41 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/42 AN CAM-ALLT An Cam-allt Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay Keeper Fasnakyle 027 This name Signifies the "Crooked or Curved Burn", and applies to a Stream Issuing from Loch na Gobhlaig, and flowing in a north easterly direction for about three quarters of a mile it then flows in a southerly direction for about one and a fourth miles until it enters the river Affric.
OS1/17/51/42 ALLT NAN ACHAIDHEAN Allt Nan Achaidhean Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name Signifies the "Burn of the "Fields and applies to a stream formed by the junction of a small stream and Allt "Lochan na "Cuidhe and flows in an easterly direction until it enters the river Glass about half a mile west of Kerrow House.
OS1/17/51/42 GLAC AN T-SEILICH Glac an t-Seilich Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name Signifies the "Willow "Hollow and applies to a piece of low lying Ground a a little to the West of "Allt Glac An T-"Seilich. It is Covered with Birch wood, and on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/42 [Page] 42 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes [An Cam-allt] Corrected by final examiner when referred to him
OS1/17/51/43 ALLT INNIS AN DROIGHINN Allt Innis an Droighinn. Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name Signifies the Burn of the Thorn Shieling, and applies to a Stream having its Source about one and a fourth miles north west of "Creag "Liath, and flowing in a south easterly direction until it falls into the river Affric, about one mile west from Fasnakyle.
OS1/17/51/43 COIRE LOCH Coire Loch Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name signifies the "Loch of the "Corry, and applies to a small pool of water about a mile and a quarter South west of Fasnakyle, and on the south side of the river Affric, proprietor Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/43 EAS NAM BROC Eas nam Broc Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John Fraser Mr. Macleay 027 This name signifies the "Badgers "Waterfall, and applies to a waterfall on the River Affric about a mile west of Fasnakyle house.
OS1/17/51/43 [Page] 43 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes [Coire Loch] Loch a' Choire suggested from this Office but the Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie states "I would retain Coire Loch".
OS1/17/51/44 ALLT GLAC AN T-SEILICH Allt Glac an t-Seilich. Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name Signifies the Burn of the "Willow "Hollow and applies to a stream formed by three small streams in Glac an t-Seilich and to the north of "Creag "Liath, and flowing in an easterly direction until it falls into the river Glass near Turner Hall.
OS1/17/51/44 CREAG LIATH Creag Liath Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Beauly Mr. Macleay 027 This name Signifies the "Grey "Craig, and applies to a rocky Knoll about three quarters of a mile to the north west of Fasnakyle House, on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/44 ALLT NA CREIGE LEITHE Allt na Creige Léithe Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. Macleay 027 This name Signifies the Burn of the "Grey "Craig and applies to a stream having its source a short distance to the north west of Creag Liath, and flowing in a south easterly direction until it falls into the river Glass, about four hundred yards west of Fasnakyle house.
OS1/17/51/44 [Page] 44 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/44 A table entry was added for CREAG LIATH, the volume index also points to an entry on this page.
OS1/17/51/45 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.
OS1/17/51/45 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.
OS1/17/51/45 HUMAN REMAINS FOUND HERE A.D. 1870 [Larach Tigh nam Fionn] 027 human remains found here A. D. [Anno Domini] 1870.
OS1/17/51/45 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.
OS1/17/51/45 [Page] 45 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kilmorack Notes [LARACH TIGH NAM FIONN] The proper name of a man Cannot have a plural article before it Old English Fiannaibh or Làrach Tigh Fionn ? Tigh nam Fiannaibh - The house of the Fingallians
OS1/17/51/46 ALLT FEITH RIABHACHAN Allt Féith Riabhachain Revd [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 027 ; 039 The name Signifies the Burn of the "Grey marsh, and is applied to a Stream having its Source about three quarters of a mile South east of Loch Càrn Bingally, and flowing in a north easterly direction until it forms the stream called allt Feith an Fhraoich,
OS1/17/51/46 CARN BINGALLY Càrn Bingally Revd [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 027 This name applies to a rocky hill about two miles to the South ease of the Village of Tomich, on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm, Meaning obscure
OS1/17/51/46 LOCH CARN BINGALLY Loch Càrn Bingally Revd [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 027 This name applies to a small pool of water a short distance to the South west of Càrn Bingally. Meaning obscure On the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/46 [Page] 46 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) Notes [ALLT FEITH RIABHACHAN] Allt Feith Riabhachain ? This stream forms part of the Boundary between the parishes of Kiltarlity and Convinth Detached & Urquhart and Glenmoriston.
OS1/17/51/46 ALLT FEITH RIABHACHAN - a hand has made some corrections to the Name and Various modes - Féithe -> Féith and Riabhachan -> Riabhachain, but "Riabhachain" does not appear in the index entry. These changes are initialled but I can't reliably interpret it - MG? A table entry was added for CARN BINGALLY, the volume index also points to this page.
OS1/17/51/47 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
OS1/17/51/47 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
OS1/17/51/47 BALNAHAUN WOOD [1895] Mr. MacKay Inverness. 027
OS1/17/51/47 [Page] 47 County of Inverness Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
OS1/17/51/48 ALLT A' CHLACHAIN Allt a' Chlachain Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name Signifies the Burn of the burying Ground, and applies to a stream having its Source a short distance to the north of Carn Bingally and flowing in a northerly direction until it enters the river Glass.
OS1/17/51/48 SPUTAN BHAIN Spùtan Bhàin Revd [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mt. John Fraser 027 The name Signifies "Beans "Spout and applies to a spout of water a Short distance to the west of Clachan Comar on the propt. [property] of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/48 CLACHAN COMAIR Clachan Comair Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 This name Signifies the Burying Ground of the Confluence, or Junction, and applies to a burying Ground Situated a short distance to the north east of Kerrow house, on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/48 [Page] 48 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/49 FREE CHURCH [Fasnakyle] Free Church Mr. John Fraser Mr. Macleay Mr. McDonald 027 A neat building, erected in 1870 by private Subscription for the accomodation of the inhabitants in the Western portion of the Parish, Seated for 600, it is Situated 1¾ miles south of Cannich
OS1/17/51/49 FASNAKYLE WOOD Fasnakyle Wood Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser Mr. McDonald 027 A Large Birch Wood Situated immediately West of Fasnakyle, and north of the River Affric, and bounded on the North by Allt nan Achaidhean The property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/49 [Page] 49 County of Inverness -- Ph [Parish] of Kilmorack & Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
OS1/17/51/50 KERROW HOUSE Kerrow House Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser Val. [Valuation] Roll 1870, 71 027 [Situation] In the parish of Kiltarlity Detached A Two Storey dwelling house, slated, With Suitable outbuildings attached all in good repair, Situated about 1¼ miles South of Cannich, The Chisholm Proprietor.
OS1/17/51/50 TURNERHALL Turnerhall Mr. Jamie, tenant Mr. John Fraser Mr. Macleay 027 [Situation] In the parish of Kilmorack A two Storey house slated and in good repair, immediately north of this house there is a Considerable Bobbin Mill, The Whole being the property of, The Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/50 BOBBIN MILL [Turnerhall] 027
OS1/17/51/50 BALNAHOUN Balnahoun Mr. Macleay Mr. John Fraser Mr. McDonald 027 [Situation] In the parish of Kiltarlity Detached This name applies to 4 Small houses, all of one storey in height in general good repair, and Situated immediately North of Fasnakyle Bridge, The Chisholm Proprietor
OS1/17/51/50 BALNAHAUN [1895] Mr. Mackay Inverness 027
OS1/17/51/50 [Page] 50 County of Inverness -- Phs. [Parishes] of Kilmorack & Kiltarlity (detd [detached])
OS1/17/51/51 STRATH GLASS Strath Glass Dr. [Doctor] Corbet. M. D. [Doctor of Medicine] Beauly Mr. P. Fraser Poor Inspector Beauly Mr. Gordon Surveyor Beauly 009 ; 010 ; 017 ; 027 ; 028 ; 039 An extensive and picturesque Valley extending from the Phlodda Falls about 1 mile South of Guisachan House, in a North easterly for about 17 miles to its eastern end at the Druim about 5½ miles from Beauly, It is the property of the following Gentlemen Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle, The Chisholm, Erchless Castle, Sir D. C. Marjoribanks Guisachan, and Chisholm Batten esq Aigas
OS1/17/51/51 [Page] 51 County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/52 KERROW WOOD Kerrow Wood Mr. John Fraser Mr. Macleay, Keeper Fasnakyle Mr. Fraser, Merchant Cannich 027 ; 028 This name applies to a large Birch Wood, Situated on the east Side of Strath Glass and about ½ mile east of the village of Cannich. The Chisholm, Proprietor
OS1/17/51/52 RIVER GLASS River Glass Mr. John Fraser Mr. Macleay Mr. C. Campbell 017 ; 027 ; 028 A Considerable Stream formed by the junctions of Amhuinn Deabhaidh and the River Affric, and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins with the River Farrar in forming the River Beauly, it takes a winding Course through a portion of Strath Glass
OS1/17/51/52 [Page] 52 County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/53 RIVER AFFRIC River Affric Mr. John Fraser Mr. John Miller Mr. D. Kennedy Keeper, Cougie 027 ; 038 ; 039 ; 050 This River is formed by the junctions of two Mountain Streams which flow through Gleann Grianain and Gleann Fionn, from its junction it takes a north easterly Course through Glen Affric (forming on its Way Several Lochs the Principal of which are Loch Affric and Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin,) until it joins with Amhuinn Deabhaidh in forming the River Glass, there is portion of this River between Loch Affric and Loch na Laghair, which is Known by the name of Garbh-Uisge, Signifying "Rough Water" on account of its rocky bottom and the rapidity of its Waters.
OS1/17/51/53 [Page] 53 County of Inverness -- Ph. [Parish] Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/54 GLEN AFFRIC Glen Affric Val. [Valuation] Roll 1870, 71 Mr. John Miller Keeper, Affric Lodge Mr. John Fraser Brewery, Tomich 027 ; 037 ; 038 ; 039 ; 050 ; 051 This name applies to an extensive Highland Glen, extending from the junction of Gleann Grianain and Gleann Fionn on the West, in a north easterly direction till its opening into Strath Glass, about 2 miles South of Cannich, the sides of the hills are Covered with Birch and Fir Wood for nearly the Whole extent of the Glen, James Sutherland Chisholm of Chisholm Proprietor.
OS1/17/51/54 [Page] 54 County of Inverness -- Ph. [Parish] Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/55 ALLT COIRE GHAIDHEIL Allt Coire Ghàidheil Allt Coire Ghàidheil Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie. Mr. John Miller 037 ; 050 This name signifies "The Burn of the Highlanders" Corry" and applies to a burn issuing from "Lochan Coire Ghàidheil", after receiving other tributaries it flows in a southeasterly direction to its junction with the River Affric.
OS1/17/51/55 CARN EIG Càrn Eig Càrn Eig Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr Hugh McLean, Shepherd, Glen Affric 037 This name signifies "Cairn of the Death" and applies to a prominent hill about 25 Chains N [North] of "Loch Uaine", on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/55 LOCH UAINE Loch Uaine Loch Uaine Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. H McLean. 037 This name signifies "The Green Loch" and applies to a small loch situate about 25 chains S [South] of "Carn Eig", upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/55 [Page] 55 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/56 COIRE NAN EACH Coire nan Each Coire nan Each Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Mans, Beauly. Mr. John Miller. GameKeeper. Affric Lodge. 037 This name signifies "The Horse Corry" and applies to a small corry situate about 1 Mile N. E. [North East] of "Lochan Coire Ghadheil", upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/56 COIRE GHAIDHEIL Coire Ghàidheil Coire Ghàidheil Revd. [Reverend] A, D. MacKenzie Mr. John Miller 037 This name signifying "The Highlanders Corry", applies to a Corry situate about 30 Chains NW. [North West] of"Lochan Coire Ghaidheil", it is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/56 LOCHAN COIRE GHAIDHEIL Lochan Coire Ghàidheil Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. John Miller 037 This name signifies "Loch of the Highlanders Corry" and applies to a small loch, situate about 30 chains S.E [South East] of "Coire Ghaidheil" upon the property of Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/56 [Page] 56 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/56 A table entry was added for COIRE NAN EACH, volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/57 CISTE DHUBH Ciste Dhubh Ciste Dhubh Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. Donald Fraser. Shepherd Glen Affric 037 This name signifying "Black Chest" is applied to a rocky feature situate about 30 chains NE. [North East] of "Lochan Coire Coulavie". it is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm,
OS1/17/51/57 LOCHAN COIRE COULAVIE Lochan Coire Coulavie Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. Donald Fraser 037 This name is applied to a small loch situate about 30 chains S.W. [South West] of "Ciste Dhubhe", upon the property of Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/57 EAS DUBH Eas Dubh Eas Dubh Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. Donald Fraser. 037 This name signifying "Black Waterfall" applies to a fall formed by a small stream, issuing from "Lochan Coire Coulavie" about 10 chains from the loch it is about 90 feet in height.
OS1/17/51/57 [Page] 57 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/58 SGOR NAN CEATHREAMHNAN Sgòr nan Ceathreamhnan Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr. John Miller 036 This name signifies "Hill of the four Quarters" and applies to a high hill, situate about 1½ miles from Coire na Cloiche", upon the watershed between the Counties of Inverness and Ross. The Chisholm of Chisholm, is proprietor. on the Inverness side.
OS1/17/51/58 COIRE ALLT AN TUIRC Coire Allt an Tuirc Coire Allt an Tuirc Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr. John Miller 036; 037; 049; 050 This name signifies "Corry of the Wild Boar" and applies to a corry situated, on the S [South] side of "Sgòr nan Ceathreamhnan" it is the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/58 ALLT BEITHE MIN 037 ; 050 For Authorities and description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 50.
OS1/17/51/58 [Page] 58 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/58 A table entry was created for COIRE ALLT AN TUIRC, volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/59 MAM SODHAIL Mam Sodhail Mam Sodhail Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie F C [Free Church] Manse, Beauly Mr Hugh McLean, Shepherd Glen Affric. 037 This name, the meaning of which is doubtful, applies to a high mountain, Situate on the watershed between the counties of Inverness, and Ross. about 20 chains SW. [South West] of "Loch Uaine", where it forms a conspicuous object, amongst the Surrounding hills. That portion of the hill in Inverness-shire is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm, of Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/59 COIRE NA CLOICHE Coire na Cloiche Coire na Cloiche Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. H McLean. 037 This name signifying, the "Stone Corry". is applied to a corry situate about 1½ miles from "Sgor nan Ceathreamhnan" The Chisholm of Chisholm, is proprietor
OS1/17/51/59 ALLT COIRE NA CLOICHE 037; 050 For Authorities and description See Name Book of 6 inch sheet 50
OS1/17/51/59 ALLT NA FAING 037; 050 For Authorities and description See Name Book of 6 inch sheet 50
OS1/17/51/59 [Page] 59 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/59 MAM SODHAIL- originally this was MAN SODHAIL. The index also shows MAM. I have assumed a typo and corrected. Table entries created for ALLT COIRE NA CLOICHE and ALLT NA FAING, volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/60 GARBH-BHEALACH Garbh-bhealach Revd. [Reverend] A, D. MacKenzie Mr H. McLean. 037 This name signifies "The Rough Pass" and applies to a hollow on the watershed, about 15 Chains NW. [North West] of "Loch a' Gharbh Bhealaich"
OS1/17/51/60 LOCH A' GHARBH-BHEALAICH Loch, a' Garbh-bhealaich Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr H McLean 037 This name signifies "Loch of the Rough Pass" and applies to a small loch situate about 15 chains S.E [South East] of "Garbh Bhealach", upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm Erchless Castle
OS1/17/51/60 ALLT A' GHARBH-BHEALAICH Allt a' Gharbh-bhealaich Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. H McLean 037 ; 038 This name signifies "Burn of the Rough Pass" and applies to a small Stream issuing from "Loch a Gharbh Bhealaich" and flowing E [East] to its Junction with "Amhain a' Ghlinne Fhiadhaich.
OS1/17/51/60 [Page] 60 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness.
OS1/17/51/60 A table entry was created for GARBH-BHEALACH, the volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/61 CREAG A' CHAORUINN Creag a' Chaoruinn Creag a' Chaoruinn Revd. [Reverend] A, D, MacKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse. Beauly Mr. Donald Fraser, Shepherd, Glen Affric. 037 This name signifies "Rowan tree Rock" and applies to a precipitous rock situated about 20 chains from the rise of "Allt a' Bhealaich Bhain", it is upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/61 SPUTAN BAN Spùtan Bàn Spùtan Bàn Revd. [Reverend] A, D, MacKenzie Mr. Donald Fraser. 037 This name signifies "White Cascade" and applies to a fall formed by "Allt Coulavie" about 50 Chains above where the stream falls into Loch Affric It is about 65 feet in height.
OS1/17/51/61 ALLT DUBH Allt Dubh Allt Dubh Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr Donald Fraser. 037 ; 050 This name signifies "Black Stream" and applies to a small stream rising about 20 chains W [West] of Spùtan Bàn and thence flows S.E [South East] to its junction, with "Loch Coulavie at its northern end.
OS1/17/51/61 [Page] 61 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/62 [Page] 62 Co [County] of Inverness Cancelled & Copied into Name Sheets of Sheet 49
OS1/17/51/63 COS RAINEACH Còs Raineach Còs Raineach Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie F. C [Free Church] Manse, Beauly Mr. Donald Fraser, Shepherd Glen Affric 037 This name signifies "Fern Pass, or Crevice" applies to a hollow. situated about 20 Chains from "Aonach Mòr" upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/63 AONACH MOR Aonach Mòr Aonach Mòr Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr. Donald Fraser. 037 This name signifying "Big Hill" is applied to a hill situate about 20 chains from "Còs Raineach", upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/63 BAC AN SPARDAIN Bac an Spàrdain Bac an Spàrdain Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie, Free Church Manse Beauly Mr. H. McLean, Shepherd, Glen Affric 037 ; 050 This name signifies "Little Hill of the Notch" and is applied to a small situated between Creag a' Chaoruinn and Bruach Chas Property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/63 [Page] 63 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness. Notes See pge [page] 64 -- Crochan, na Feàrna Contd. [Continued] -- 37-6 -- into Loch Affric, about 20 chains south, of Allt Coire Leachavie-
OS1/17/51/64 COIRE LEACHAVIE Coire Leachavie Coire Leachavie Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. Donald Fraser 037 This name, the meaning of which is obscure, is applied to a large Corry, extending along the course of "Allt Coire Leachavie" on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/64 ALLT COIRE LEACHAVIE Allt Coire Leachavie Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr Donald Fraser 037 This name applies to a stream having its source at ""Ciste Dhubh" (north side) after receiving 2 smaller streams its flows south east till it falls into Loch Affric about 15 Chains E. [East] of "Caochan na Fearna"
OS1/17/51/64 CAOCHAN NA FEARNA Caochan na Fearna Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr Donald Fraser 037 This name Signifying "The Alder Streamlet" is applied to a small stream rising about 10 chains SE. [South East] of "Saoiter Beag" and flows in a southeasterly direction, till it falls See page 63
OS1/17/51/64 [Page] 64 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness Notes Leachabhai Leachabhai
OS1/17/51/65 SAOITER MOR Saoiter Mòr Saoiter Mòr Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr. D. Fraser 037 "This name signifies "Big Hill" and applies to an eminence situate about ¾ Mile from "Eas Dhubh" in an easterly direction, it is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/65 SAOITER BEAG Saoiter Beag Saoiter Beag Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. D. Fraser. 037 This name signifies "Little Hill" and applies to an eminence situated about 50 chains S. E. [South East] of "Saoiter Mòr", upon the property of "The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/65 ALLT COULAVIE Allt Coulavie Allt Coulavie Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. D, Fraser. 037 ; 050 This name, the meaning of which is doubtful, is applied to a stream issuing primarily from "Lochan Coire Coulavie" and which, after receiving several [continued on Page 65]
OS1/17/51/65 [Page] 65 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness Notes Allt Coulabhai
OS1/17/51/66 COIRE COULAVIE Coire Coulavie Coire Coulavie Mr. A, D, MacKenzie. Mr. D. Fraser, 037 This name applies to a large Corry extending from "Lochan Coire Coulavie" to the junction of "Allt, a' Bhealaich Bhàin" with "Allt Coulavie". it is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/66 ALLT A' BHEALAICH BHAIN Allt a' Bhealaich Bhàin Mr. A. D MacKenzie Mr. D Fraser 037 This name signifying "Burn of the White Pass" applies to a stream rising on the watershed about 30 chains N. W [North West] from "Creag a' Chaoruinn", it then flows N. E [North East] to its junction with "Allt Coulavie' at the S. E [South East] end of "Coire Coulavie"
OS1/17/51/66 [Page] 66 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness Notes -- Allt Coulavie -- -- (contd [continued] -- Smaller, streams, flows into Loch na Camaig at the westen end of Loch Affric. Coire Coulabhai
OS1/17/51/66 A table entry was added for COIRE COULAVIE, the volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/67 BEINN A' MHEADHOIN Beinn a' Mheadhoin Beinn a' Mheadhoin Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr John Fraser, 038 [Situation] Kilm [Kilmorack?] This name signifying "Middle Hill" is applied to an eminence of considerable height, Situate on the N [North] Side of "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin" about 1 mile from "Coille Ruigh na Cuileige", it is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/67 COIRE TOLL NA H-IMRICH Coire Toll na h-Imrich Coire Toll na h-Imrich Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. John Fraser. 038 This name signifies "The Flitting Corry" and applies to a large Corry Situate about 1¼ miles NW. [North West] from "Creag na Nighinn", upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/67 CREAG NA NIGHINN Creag na Nighinn Creag na Nighinn Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr Hugh McLean. 038 This name signifies "The Maiden's Craig" and is applied to a rocky eminence, distant about 1¼ miles S.E [South East] of "Coire Toll na h-Imrich". on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/67 [Page] 67 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/67 A table entry was created for CREAG NA NIGHINN, volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/68 BEALACH TOLL EASA Bealach Toll Easa Bealach Toll Easa Revd [Reverend] A D MacKenzie F.C. [Free Church] Manse, Beauly Mr Hugh McLean, Shepherd, Glen affric Mr Rankin, Beauly 038 This name signifies Pass of the hollow of the Waterfall, Cataract or Cascade, and applies to a hollow existing on the watershed about 10 chains N. [North] of the rise of Allt Toll Easa on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm. Erchless Castle
OS1/17/51/68 ALLT TOLL EASA Allt Toll Easa Allt Toll Easa Revd. [Reverend] A D, MacKenzie Mr H, McLean Mr. Rankin 038 This name signifies "Burn of the hollow of the Waterfall, Cataract or Cascade" and applies to a stream rising about 10 chains S. [South] of Bealach, thence flowing S. E [South East] into Amhain a' Ghlinne Fhiadhaich", at a point about 35 Chains east of "Creag na Nighinn"
OS1/17/51/68 TOLL EASA Toll Easa Toll Easa Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr H McLean Mr. Rankin 038 This name signifies "Hollow of the Cascade or Cataract, Waterfall or and applies to a hollow existing immediately S. E [South East] of Bealach Toll Easa, it is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/68 [Page] 68 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness. Notes Easaich or Bealach Toll Easa? Easaich See Armstrongs Dictionary [Toll Easa]ch
OS1/17/51/69 COIREACHAN ODHAR Coireachan Odhar Coireachan Odhar Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie F. C [Free Church] Manse, Beauly Mr Hugh McLean Sheepherd Glen Affric 038 This name signifies "The Dun Corry's" and applies to 2 small Corry's Situate at the head of 2 streams called "Allt a' Choire Odhair" They are on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/69 ALLT A' CHOIRE ODHAIR Allt a' Choire Odhair Allt a' Choire Odhair Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr H McLean. 037 This name signifies "Burns of the Dun Corry's" and applies to two Streams, having their sources in "Coireachan Odhair", they flow S. E [South East] to their junction with "Amhain a' Ghlinne Fhiadaich
OS1/17/51/69 COIRE AN T-SNEACHDA Coire an t-Sneachda Coire an t-Sneachda Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr H. McLean 038 This name signifies "The Snow Corry" and applies to a corry situate at the head of "Allt Coire an t Sneachda", The Chisholm of Chisholm is the proprietor
OS1/17/51/69 [Page] 69 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/69 Re COIREACHAN ODHAR, the volume index still has the Name as COIREACHAN ODHARA.
OS1/17/51/70 AN LETH-CHREAG An Leth-Chreag. An Leth-Chreag. Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr H McLean. 037 ; 038 This name signifying "The Half Rock" is applied to a Craig Situated about 25 Chains S. W. [South West] of "Coire Mhic Thearchair" upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/70 COIRE MHIC FHEARCHAIR Coire Mhic Fhearchair Coire Mhic Fhearchair Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr H McLean. 038 This name signifies "Farquhars Son's Corry, and applies to a large corry situated about 25 N E [North East] of "An Leth-chreag" upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/70 ALLT COIRE MHIC FHEARCHAIR Allt Coire Mhic Fhearchair Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr H McLean 037 ; 038 This name signifies "The Burn of Farquhars Son's Corry" applies to a stream rising south of "An Leth-Creag" and flowing in an easterly direction to its junction with "Amhain a' Ghlinne Fhiadaich"
OS1/17/51/70 [Page] 70 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/70 Re AN LETH-CHREAG description, the author has failed to stroke the F in Fhearchair, reads as Thearchair. Re COIRE MHIC FHEARCHAIR - the description of the name could be either Son's or Sons' Corry. The following entry for ALLT COIRE MHIC FHEARCHAIR is more clearly Son's.
OS1/17/51/71 GLEANN FIADHACH Gleann Fiadhach Gleann Fiadhach Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr. H McLean 038 This signifies "The Deer's Glen" and applies to a glen extending for a Considerable distance along the Course of Amhain a' Ghlinne Fhiadaich" it is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/71 AMHAINN A' GHLINNE FIADHAICH Amhainn a' Ghlinne Fhiadhaich Revd. [Reverend] A D, MacKenzie Mr H McLean. 037 ; 038 This name signifies "River of the Deer's Glen" which flows S. E [South East] along "Gleann Fiaahach" receiving a number of tributary streams in its Course, it finally falls into "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin", at a point about 35 Chains west of the junction of "Allt Glac Daraich" with "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoinn"
OS1/17/51/71 ALLT AN RUIGH RAINICH 038; 051 For authorities and description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 51
OS1/17/51/71 FEITH NA CAILLICH For authorities and description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 51
OS1/17/51/71 [Page] 71 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/71 Table entries were created for ALLT AN RUIGH RAINICH and FEITH NA CAILLICH, the volume index points to this page. For moderator: GLEANN FIADHACH - the Situation column doesn't have the Sheet 037 reference? For FEITH NA CAILLICH there is no Situation note. Presume the Ditto has been omitted.
OS1/17/51/72 ALLT COIRE AN T-SNEACHDA Allt coire an t-Sneachda Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. Hugh McLean 038 This name signifies "The Burn of the Snow Corry" and applies to a stream having its sources of supply in "Coire an t-Sneachda" it then flows S. E [South East] till its junction with "Allt na h-Imrich.
OS1/17/51/72 DOIRE MHOR Doire Mhòr Doire Mhòr Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr H. McLean 038 [Situation] Kilm [Kilmorack?] This name signifies "Big Grove" and applies to a hill side extending from "Allt Choire an t-Sneachda" to "Allt an Ruighe Dhuibe". It is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/72 BEINN EUN Beinn Eun Beinn Eun Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. H McLean 038 This name signifying "The Birds Hill" is applied to an eminence Situate about 1 Mile from "Coire an t-Sneachda". on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/72 [Page] 72 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/73 GLAC DARAICH Glac Daraich Glac Daraich Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr Hugh McLean 038 This name signifies "Oak Hollow" and applies to a hollow, Situated at the head of "Allt Glac Daraich", on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm. Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/73 ALLT GLAC DARAICH Allt Glac Daraich Allt Glac Daraich Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr H McLean 038 This name signifies "Burn of the Oak Hollow" and applies to a Small stream, having its source within "Glac Darach", and flowing S. [South] till its fall into "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoinn"
OS1/17/51/73 ALLT NA DOIRE MOIRE Allt na Doire Moire Allt na Doire Moire Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr H McLean 038 This name signifying "Stream of the Big Grove" applies to a stream rising at the north side of "Doire Mhòr and flowing S. E [South East] to its junction with "Allt na h-Imrich, about 50 chains N. E [North East] of "Beinn a Mheadhoinn".
OS1/17/51/73 [Page] 73 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/74 ALLT NA H-IMRICH Allt na h-Imrich Allt na h-Imrich Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse, Beauly Mr John Fraser, Tomich 038 This name signifies "Stream of the Flitting" and applies to a considerable stream which Collects on the North West of Doire Mhòr, it then flows S. E, [South East] and finally discharges its waters into the River Affric, at a point about 10 Chains east of "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoinn"
OS1/17/51/74 COILLE RUIGH NA CUILEIGE Coille Ruigh na Cuileige Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. John Fraser, Tomich 038 This name signifying "Wood of the Fly Shieling" is applied to a wood situate between "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoinn" and "Allt na h-Imrich", it is the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm. Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/74 [Page] 74 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/74 A table entry was created for COILLE RUIGH NA CUILEIGE. Note that the volume index has the name as COILLE RUIGHE NA CUILEIGE.
OS1/17/51/75 SGOR NA LAPAICH Sgòr na Làpaich Sgòr na Làpaich Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller 037 ; 038 The name signifies "Miry Rock" and applies to a high mountain situate on the northern side of Loch Affric, where from its great height, and rocky eastern face, it forms a conspicuous object. It is on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/75 LOCH LAPAICH Loch Lapàich Loch Lapàich Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. John Miller 038 This name signifies "Miry Loch" and applies to a small loch situate about 20 chains N. E [North East] of the Summit of "Sgòr na Lapaich" on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/75 ALLT NA FAING Allt na Faing Allt na Faing Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller 038 This name signifies "Burn of the Fold" and applies to a Small Stream, issuing from the northern end of "Loch Lapàich", and flowing for about a mile it turns S. [South] into Loch Affric, about 10 chains E [East] of "Loch Cosach".
OS1/17/51/75 [Page] 75 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness Notes Sgòr Làpach [Re SGOR NA LAPAICH] This name has been referred to the field as another hill of the Same name occurs in Sheet 15:Trace 4; and the following is the final examiners's Reply, There are two hills so named, being situated about 7 miles apart, the one in 15/4 being north of Glen Cannich, the other a considerable distance south of the same Glen, and therefore are not, as Supposed, two rocky points of the same hill. I beg also to State that there is no doubt in the minds of the inhabitants of Glen Affric or neighbourhood respecting the name "Sgòr na Lapaich" as applied on Sheet 38 trace 4. Probable height 3000 feet Loch Làpach
OS1/17/51/76 LOCH NA H-EIRIDH Loch na h-Eiridh Loch na h-Eiridh Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser Mr. D. Kennedy 038 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name signifies "Loch of the RiSing" and applies to a small loch Situate about 70 chains N. E [North East] of "Lochan Dubh Cùl na Creige" with which it is Connected by a small stream, it also receives other smaller streams, It is on the property of Sir D. D. Marjoribanks Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/76 ALLT LOCH A' CHLAIDHEIMH Allt Loch a' Chlaidheimh Allt Loch a' Chlaidheimh Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr John Fraser. 038 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack This name signifies "Burn of the Loch of the Sword" and applies to a small stream issuing from the N. [North] end of "Loch a' Chlaidheimh", and flowing N. E [North East] into "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin"
OS1/17/51/76 [Page] 76 County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/77 LOCH COSACH Loch Còsach Loch Còsach Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie F. C [Free Church] Manse, Beauly Mr John Miller. Gamekeeper, Affric Lodge. 038 This name signifies "Loch of the Shelter", and applies to a small Loch situate about 45 Chains W [West] of Affric Lodge, on the N [North] side of Loch Affric. It is upon the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/77 AFFRIC LODGE Affric Lodge Affric Lodge Revd. [Reverend] A, D. MacKenzie Mr. John Miller Mr. John Fraser, 038 This name is applied to a large Shooting lodge, situated at the east end of Loch Affric, it consists of a new lodge, which, at present is not quite finished, and the old lodge, and buildings situate a short distance W. [West] of the new one It is in the tenancy of Sir D. C. Marjoribanks, of Guisachan House; and The Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle, is proprietor.
OS1/17/51/77 [Page] 77 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/78 LOCH POLLAN FEARNA Loch Pollan Fearna Loch Pollan Fearna Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller. 038 This name signifies "Miry Loch of the Alder", and applies to a Small bay, connected with, and formed by Loch Affric, and situated immediately N. E [North East] of Affric Lodge. It is on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm. Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/78 LOCH AFFRIC Loch Affric Loch Affric Revd. [Reverend] A, D. MacKenzie Mr John Miller. Mr. John Fraser 037 ; 038 ; 050 ; 051 This name is applied to a large sheet of water situated in the upper part of Glen Affric. It is about 4 Miles in length and the River Affric enters at the S. W. [South West] of the loch in the immediate proximity of Ardnamulloch. it is on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm. The centre of this Loch is the boundary between the Parish of Kilmorack, and the parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/78 [Page] 78 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/79 CREAG NA CAILLICH Creag na Caillich Creag na Caillich Revd. [Reverend] A D McKenzie Mr. John Fraser, Tomich. 038 This name signifies "Old Womans Rock" and applies to a wooded Craig situate about 30 chains N E. [North East] of "Loch na Caillich" it is on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/79 LOCH NA CAILLICH Loch na Caillich Loch na Caillich Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. John Fraser 038 This name signifies "Old Womans Loch" and applies to a small loch Situate about 30 S.W. [South West] of "Creag na Caillich", upon the property of Sir. D. C Marjoribanks, of Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/79 LOCH NAN GILLEAN Loch na Gillean Loch na Gillean Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser. 038 ; 051 This name signifies "Loch of the Small Fish" and applies to a small loch situate about 45 Chains S. E [South East] of "Loch na Caillich", upon the property of Sir D. C. Marjoribanks of Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/79 [Page] 79 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) -- County of Inverness.
OS1/17/51/79 A table entry for CREAG NA CAILLICH was created, volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/80 TOM A' CHOINICH Tom a' Chòinich Revd. [Reverend] A. D MacKenzie Mr H McLean 038 This name signifies "The Foggy, or Mossy Top" and applies to an eminence situate about 50 Chains N.W. [North West] from "Creag na Nighinn" It is the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/80 MEALL BEAG Meall Beag Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. H McLean 038 ; 039 This name signifies "Little Hill" and applies to a small eminence situate about 35 chains, south of Meall Mòr. upon the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/80 POLLAN BUIDHE Pollan Buidhe Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr H McLean 038 [Situation] Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd [Detached]) This name signifying "Yellow Mire, or Moss" applies to a hillside situate on the southern Side of "Loch an Laghair", it is covered with birch and fir trees, and is the property, respectively, of Sir D, C Marjoribanks Guisachan House, and The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/80 [Page] 80 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/81 LOCH POLLAN BUIDHE Loch Pollain Buidhe Loch Pollain Buidhe Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller 038 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached)] This name signifies "Loch of the Yellow Mire" and applies to a Small loch, Situate about 65 Chains S.W. [South West] of "Garbh-uisge", on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/81 LOCH AN LAGHAIR Loch an Laghair Loch an Laghair Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller. Mr. John Fraser 038 This name Signifies "Loch of the Hoof" and applies to a sheet of water extending from "Garbh Uisge" to "Blar an Ath" - upon the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm It is on the Boundary between the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack & the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
OS1/17/51/81 [Page] 81 County of Inverness. Parishes of Kilmorack, & Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) Notes Coille na Féithe Buidhe Coille Na Feithe Buidhe -- Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Coille Na Feithe Buidhe -- Mr John Miller. [Sheet - Trace] 38 - 5 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack [Description] This name signifies "Wood of the Yellow Moss" and applies to a fir wood situated on the N. [North] Side of "Loch an Laghair" It is the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/81 The image has an entry for Coille na Féithe Buidhe, but the volume index has no such name (the following page 82 has Allt na Féithe Buidhe), and a search does not come up with this name. I have therefore refrained from creating a new table entry and transcribed as Notes.
OS1/17/51/82 ALLT NA FEITHE BUIDHE Allt na Feithe Buidhe Allt na Feithe Buidhe Revd. [Reverend] A, D. MacKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse, Beauly. Mr John Miller. Gamekeeper, Affric Lodge. 038 This name signifying "Burn of the Yellow Moss" applies to a burn rising about 15 Chains W [West] of "Glac nam Meirleach" and thence flowing S. E. [South East] until it joins "Lochan Laghair, about 35 Chains W. [West] of "Blàr an Ath".
OS1/17/51/82 ALLT RUADH AONGHAIS Allt Ruadh Aonghais Allt Ruadh Aonghais Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller 038 This name Signifies "Red Angus' Burn" and applies to a small burn, rising about 40 chains S. [South] of "Glac nam Meirleach" and flowing into "Loch an Laghair" at a point Situate about 10 Chains from where "Garbh Uisge" enters the latter loch.
OS1/17/51/82 [Page] 82 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/83 AM MEALLAN Am Meallan Am Meallan Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. John Miller 038 This name signifies "The Small Hill" and applies to a low eminence Situate about 45 Chains N. W. [North West] of "Glac nam Meirleach", upon the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/83 GLAC NAM MEIRLEACH Glac nam Meirleach Glac nam Meirleach Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller. 038 This name signifies "The Theives Hollow" and applies to a hollow Situate about 45 Chains S. E [South East] of "Am Meallan", upon the Course of "Allt na "Feithe Bhuidhe", it is the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/83 GARBH-UISGE Garbh-uisge Garbh-uisge Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller 038 This name signifies "The Rough Water" and applies to a large stream connecting "Loch Affric with "Loch an Laghair, it is a rough, turbulent Stream. It forms part of the boundary between the parish of Kilmorack, and that of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/83 [Page] 83 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/84 ALLT GARBH Allt Garbh Allt Garbh Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller 038 ; 050 ; 051 This name signifies "Rough Burn" and applies to a large burn, or stream, which Collects in Càs Riabhach and flows in a North easterly direction until it joins Loch Affric immediately opposite Affric Lodge
OS1/17/51/84 LOCH SALACH A' GHIUBHAIS Loch Salach a' Ghiubhais Loch Salach a' Ghiubhais Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Miller, 038 ; 051 This name signifies "Bottom of the Fir Loch" and applies to a small loch Situate about 70 chains S. W. [South West] of Affric Lodge on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm. Erchless Castle
OS1/17/51/84 [Page] 84 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/85 ALLT AN LAGHAIR Allt an Laghair Allt an Laghair Revd. [Reverend] A D, MacKenzie. Mr John Fraser. 038 ; 051 This name signifies "Burn of the Hoof" and applies to a stream formed by allt Fraoch-choire and allt nan Cnapan thence past Loch na Gillean, and after receiving the waters of "Allt nan Sean-each" flowing North into "Loch an Laghair.
OS1/17/51/85 ALLT NAN SEAN-EACH Allt nan Sean-each Allt nan Sean-each Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser 038 This name signifies "Burn of the Old Horses", and applies to a Small Stream issuing from "Loch nan Sean-ach" and thence flowing S.W [South West] until it joins "Allt an Laghair" at a point about 45 Chains below "Loch na Gillean"
OS1/17/51/85 ALLT TOLL NA H-IMRICH Allt Toll na h-Imrich Rev [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. H. McLean 038 [Situation] It forms part of the boundary between the Counties of Inverness & Ross This name Signifies "Burn of the Flitting Corry" and applies to a Small Stream which Collects in Coire Toll na h-Imrich, and flows in a north easterly direction, on its leaving the Corry it is Known by the Name Allt Lùb Nam Meann
OS1/17/51/85 [Page] 85 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
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OS1/17/51/87 BLAR AN ATH Blàr an Àth Blàr an Àth Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. John Miller. 038 This name signifies "Plain of the Ford and applies to a narrow channel Connecting "Loch an Laghair" and "Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin" There is a flat plain on the N.W [North West] side of the ford, from whence its name. It is on the boundary between the Parishes of Kilmorack, and Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/87 [Page] 87 County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/88 SUILEAN LOCH NAN EUN 039; 052 For Authorities and description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet No. [Number] 52
OS1/17/51/88 LOCH NAN EUN 039; 052 For Authorities and description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet No. [Number] 52
OS1/17/51/88 CNOC A' BHUILG 039; 052 For Authorities and description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet No. [Number] 52
OS1/17/51/88 LEITIR BEITHE 039; 051; 052 See Name Book of Sheet 51
OS1/17/51/88 [Page] 88
OS1/17/51/88 Table entries created for all the Names, volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/89 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.*
OS1/17/51/89 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).
OS1/17/51/89 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)
OS1/17/51/89 [Page] 89 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/90 LOCH NAN SEAN-EACH Loch nan Sean-each Loch nan Sean-each Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr John Fraser Mr. D. Kennedy Keeper, Cougie 038 This name signifies "Loch of the Old Horses", and applies to a small Loch Situate about 20 Chains S.W. [South West] of "Meall Dubh". On the boundary between the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack, & the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached])
OS1/17/51/90 CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Creag Dhubh Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser. Mr. D Kennedy 038 ; 051 This name signifies "Black Craig" and applies to a low rocky eminence situate about half a mile S.W [South West] from "Loch nan Sean-each", on the property of Sir D, C, Marjoribanks, Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/90 LOCHAN DUBH CUL NA CREIGE Lochan Dubh Cùl na Creige Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser. Mr. D. Kennedy 038 The name signifies "Small Black loch at the back of the Craig" and applies to a small loch situate about 20 Chains N.E. [North East] of "Creag Dubh", on the property of Sir D. C. Marjoribanks. Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/90 [Page] 90 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached) -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/91 LOCH BEINN A' MHEADHOIN Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser, 038 This name signifying "Loch of the Middle Hill" is applied to a large loch in Glen Affric Situate to the south of "Coille Ruigh na Cuileige" and to the east of "Loch an Laghair" with which it is connected by a narrow channel. It is Situated on the property of The Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/91 LOCH A' CHLAIDHEIMH Loch a' Chlaidheimh Loch a' Chlaidheimh Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr. John Fraser 038 This name signifies "Loch of the Sword" and applies to a small loch Situate about 35 Chains E, [East] of "Càrn Loch a' Chlaidheimh" and discharges its waters into "Loch Beinn a Mheadhoin", by means of a small stream.
OS1/17/51/91 [Page] 91 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/92 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.
OS1/17/51/92 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)
OS1/17/51/92 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.
OS1/17/51/92 [Page] 92 Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness Notes Loch na h-Eanga Eang a feminine noun Creag Loch na h-Eanga
OS1/17/51/92 A table entry was created for CREAG LOCH AN EANG, the volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/93 FEITH AN DAIM Féith an Dàim Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the "Burn of the "Dam, and applies to a small Stream Issuing from a pool of water about one fourth of a mile South of the farm Steading Achagate, flowing in a north easterly direction until it falls into the River Affric.
OS1/17/51/93 COIRE BEITHE Coire Beithe Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 027 ; 039 This name Signifies the "Birch "Corry, and applies to a Considerable tract of low lying Ground Covered with Birch and Fir wood, Situated about three fourths of a mile north east of the farm Steading Achagate, and on the north side of the River Affric Proprietor The Chisholm of Chisholm,
OS1/17/51/93 [Page] 93 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39 Trace 1 Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/93 A table entry for Meallan Beag has been deleted, the image has this name struck out with the comment: See page 80 for Meall Beag
OS1/17/51/94 BREUN-LEITIR Breun-leitir Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the "Coarse "Face, and applies to a hill Covered with Birch, and Fir wood on the South Side of the river Affric and a little to the south west of where the Stream Allt Coire Beithe falls into the Affric on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm,
OS1/17/51/94 BEALACH NA BREUN-LEITIRE Bealach na Breun-leitire Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the "pass of the "Coarse "Face, and applies to a pass or slight hollow on the water shed about half a mile to the South-west of Càrn Fiaclach The Chisholm of Chisholm proptr. [proprietor]
OS1/17/51/94 CARN FIACLACH Càrn Fiaclach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the Cairn of the "Teeth, and applies to rocky hill on the South Side of the river Affric, and about half a mile distant from the point where Allt "Coire "Beithe falls into the Affric on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/94 [Page] 94 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Trace 1 Parish of Kilmorack
OS1/17/51/95 LOCH A' GHABHALAICH Loch a' Ghabhalaich Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the "Loch of the "Farm, and applies to a Small Sheet of water about three quarters of a mile South east of Achagate farm Steading. on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/95 ALLT RUIGH AN DARAICH Allt Ruigh an Daraich Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the Stream of the "Oak "shieling, and applies to a Stream about one and a fourth miles in length. having its Source a short distance east of Loch "Càrn na Glas-Leitire. and flowing in an easterly direction until it falls into Amhuinn Deabhaidh
OS1/17/51/95 LOCH AN AMAIR Loch an Amair Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the Loch of the Reservoir, or Viaduct, it applies to a Small pool of water a short distance eastwards of Loch- a Ghabhalaich. on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/95 [Page] 95 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39. Trace 1 Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) Notes Loch a' Ghabhalach
OS1/17/51/95 There is a suggestion on the page that the Name was corrected to Loch a' Ghabhalach, but the initialled corrections on the page may have been erased. The volume index also has Loch a' Ghabhalaich. But note the name Loch a' Ghabhalach made it onto the 6 Inch Map 39 (1874).
OS1/17/51/96 RUIGH RIABHACH Ruigh Riabhach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 This name Signifies the "Brindled "Shieling, and applies to a Small hill about three fourths of a mile north west of "Wester "KnodCfin on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/96 TORR NA MUIC Tòrr na Muic Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 039 This name Signifies the "Pigs "Hill. or Hill of the Wild Sow. and applies to a Small wooded eminence a Short distance to the north west of "Wester "KnodCfin proprietor the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/96 ALLT RUIGH LAG NA SITHINN Allt Ruigh Lag Na Sithim Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John Fraser 039 This name Signifies the "Stream of the "Shieling of the "Venison "hollow. and applies to a stream issuing from "Loch A' "Ghabhalaich and flowing in an easterly direction until it falls into Amhuinn Deabhaidh near Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/96 [Page] 96 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Trace. 1.
OS1/17/51/96 The writer incorrectly transcribes "Knockfin" as "KnodCfin" in the first two Descriptions. "Allt Ruigh Lag Na Sithim" is written instead of "Allt Ruigh Lag Na Sithinn" in the Various modes column.
OS1/17/51/97 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
OS1/17/51/97 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
OS1/17/51/97 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.
OS1/17/51/97 [Page] 97 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
OS1/17/51/98 BARLEY WELL Barley Well Barley Well Barley Well Mr. Archibald, Anderson Mr Hugh, Fraser. Mr. John, Fraser 039 [Situation] Kilt [Kiltarlity] This name is applied to a well Situated, about 20 Chains E. [East] of KnocKfin Bridge, on the Property of Sir. D. C MarjoribanKs, Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/98 ALLT AN FASAICH MHOIR Allt an Fhàraich Mhòir Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser 039 This name signifies "Burn of the Big Hill" and applies to a stream issuing from "Loch a' Ghreidlein" and thence flowing N.W [North West] until it empties itself into a mill dam at the east side of Tomich
OS1/17/51/98 ALLT A' CHOIRE BHUIDHE Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe Revd. [Reverend] A D, MacKenzie Mr John, Fraser 039 [Situation] Kilt [Kiltarlity] This name signifies "Burn of the Yellow Corry" and applies to a Stream rising in "Coire Buidhe" and flowing thence N.E [North East] until it joins "Allt a' Bhuachaille" and forms "Allt Bail' a' Chlaidaich".
OS1/17/51/98 [Page] 98 County of Inverness Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd [Detached])
OS1/17/51/99 SCHOOL School Mr. H. Fraser, Master Mr. John Fraser Rev. [Reverend] D. Ross. 039 [Situation] Kiltarlity & Convinth Detd. [Detached] This School was built in 1862 entirely at the expense of Sir D. Coutts MarjoribanKs, The average Number of Pupils of both sexes is 60. The School is Supported by the Heritors, The Principal being a large donation from D. C. Marjoribanks.
OS1/17/51/99 ACHAGATE Achagate Mr. J. Fraser Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. Macleay 039 [Situation] Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack A one Store Shepherd's house Situated in Glen Affric, The Chisholm Proprietor
OS1/17/51/99 LOCH CARN NA GLAS-LEITIRE Loch Càrn na Glas-leitire Rev. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. John Fraser 039 [Situation] Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack This name Signifies "Loch of the Hill of the Grey Face, and applies to a Small loch Situated immediately South of Càrn na Glas-leitire The Chisholm Proprietor.
OS1/17/51/99 [Page] 99 County of Inverness Notes Referred to the final Examiner who States; This is not a private School but a parish School.
OS1/17/51/99 A table entry was added for SCHOOL, the volume index points to this page. For this page, the volume index has the Name Achgate instead of Achagate.
OS1/17/51/100 AMHAINN NA RUIGHE DUIBHE Amhainn na Ruighe Duibhe Amhainn na Ruighe Duibhe Rev. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 ; 040 [Situation] In the Parishes of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) and Urquhart and Glenmoriston. This name Signifies "River of the Black Shieling" and applies to a Considerable mountain stream formed by the junctions of Allt an Ruighe Duibhe and All na Faogach and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins the River Enrick
OS1/17/51/100 AMHUINN DEABHAIDH Amhuinn Deabhaidh Amhuinn Deabhaidh Rev. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. John Fraser 027 ; 039 ; 051 ; 052 [Situation] It forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Kilmorack and Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies "A River that becomes dry". and is formed by the junctions of Allt Riabhach and Feithe na Leitreach immediately to the east of Cougie, and flowing in a north easterly direction until it joins with the River Affric in forming the River Glass.
OS1/17/51/100 [Page] 100 County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/101 COIRE AN LOCH Coire an Loch Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser Brewery. Tomich 027 ; 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack This name Signifies the "Corry of the "Loch, and applies to a Considerable extent of low lying ground about three quarters of a mile north west of Knocfin on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/101 INNIS BHUIDHE Innis Bhuidhe Revd. A, D. McKenzie Mr. J. Fraser 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack This name Signifies the "Yellow "Flat, and applies to a piece of rough pasture on the north Side of Amhuinn Deabhaidh near to Guisachan House on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/101 BEINN MHOR Beinn Mhòr Revd. [Reverend] A, D. McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies the "Big "Hill, and applies to a Considerable Sized hill Situated about one and a half miles South of the Village of Tomich and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament]
OS1/17/51/101 [Page] 101 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39. Traces
OS1/17/51/102 CARN NA GLAS-LEITIRE Càrn Na Glas-leitire Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie 039 [Situation] Kilm [Kilmorack] This name Signifies Hill of the "Grey "Face, and applies to a woody hillock a Short distance north west of Loch Càrn Na Glas-Leitire. on the propt. [property] of The Chisholm of Chisholm,
OS1/17/51/102 BEINN NAN SPARRA Beinn Nan Spàrra Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie 039 [Situation] Kilm [Kilmorack] This name Signifies the Hill of the "Spars or "Rafters. It is Situated about three fourths of a mile north of Loch "na "Faing, on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm.
OS1/17/51/102 LOCH INNIS GHEAMHRAIDH Loch Innis Gheamhraidh Revd. A. D. McKenzie 039 This name Signifies the Loch of the Winter Shieling, and applies to a Loch about fifteen Chains long. and having an average breadth of about seven Chains Situated about three quarters of a mile north west of Knocfin Bridge. on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm,
OS1/17/51/102 [Page] 102 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39 Traces 1. 2. & 4 Parish of Kilmorack Notes The Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie has altered this name when Submitted to him; also the name of the Stream in page when referrred to him
OS1/17/51/102 The omitted page number in the Notes regarding LOCH INNIS GHEAMHRAIDH is Page 97
OS1/17/51/103 COIRE BUIDHE Coire Buidhe Revd. [Reverend] A, D. McKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Yellow "Corry, and applies to a piece of hollow or low lying Ground Covered with heathy pasture, about three fourths of a mile to the South west of "Beinn "Mhòr and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/103 AN CNAPANACH An Cnapanach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Hillock's or "Knobs, and is applied to a piece of rocky Ground a little to the South west of "Beinn "Bheag, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs Guisachan House. Strathglass.
OS1/17/51/103 CNOC NA MOINE Cnoc Na Mòine Revd. [Reverend] A, D. McKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "peat "Knoll, and applies to a Small heathy Clad Knoll, or hillock, about a quarter of a mile to the South west of Lòch a' Ghreidlein and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs Guisachan House
OS1/17/51/103 [Page] 103 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Trace 3 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/103 Table entries were added for COIRE BUIDHE and CNOC NA MOINE, the volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/104 CNOC AN STUIC Cnoc an Stùic Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies "Hill of the Rock or Steep" and applies to a Small heathy hillock about one and a fourth miles to the east of Guisachan House and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs Guisachan HouSe StrathglaSS
OS1/17/51/104 TORRAN AN TUILL Torran an Tuill Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Hillock of the "Hole, and applies to a small hill immediately to the east of "Cnoc an "Stuic and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass
OS1/17/51/104 AM BUACHAILLE Am Buachaille Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Herd, and applies to a Small heathy clad hillock about half a mile to the south west of "Beinn "Bheag and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs,
OS1/17/51/104 [Page] 104 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Reaces 2 & 3 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached) Notes Hill of the rock or Steep
OS1/17/51/105 SITHEAN MOR Sìthean Mòr Sìthean Mòr Revd. [Reverend] A D. MacKenzie Mr John Fraser 039 This name signifies "Big Fairy Hillock" and applies to a hillock situated about 20 Chains (NW. [North West]) of the upper end of "Loch na Beinne Moire", upon the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs. Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/105 SITHEAN BEAG Sìthean Beag Sìthean Beag Revd. [Reverend] A, D, MacKenzie. Mr John. Fraser, 039 This name signifies "Little Fairy Hillock" and applies to a small eminence, situate about 10 Chains SW [South West] of Sìthean Mòr". on the property of Sir D. C Marjoribanks
OS1/17/51/105 PLODDA FALLS Plodda Falls Plodda Falls Revd. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. John Fraser. 039 This is the name applied to two waterfalls situate about 3 Chains E. [East] from the junction of "Eas Socach" with "Amhuinn Deabhaidh", the upper fall is about 115 feet in height, the lower one about 6 feet high.
OS1/17/51/105 [Page] 105 Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/105 A table entry was added for PLODDA FALLS, the volume index points to this page.
OS1/17/51/106 ALLT BAIL' A' CHLADAICH Allt Bail' a' Chladaich Allt Bail' a' Chladaich Revd. [Reverend] A, D, MacKenzie Mr Hugh Fraser 039 This name signifies "Burn of the Town of the Stony Beach, or Shore", and applies to a stream formed by the Confluence of "Allt a Bhua chaille" and "Allt a choire Bhuidhe", and flows N.W [North West] until it joins Amhuinn Deabhaidh" immediately. W. [West] of Balcladaich
OS1/17/51/106 BALCLADAICH Balcladaich Balcladaich Balcladaich Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr Hugh Fraser Mr. John Fraser. 039 This name applies to a Farm-steading and Dairy house, Situated in the Policies of Guisachan House, from which it is distant about 50 Chains N.E, [North East] it is built of stone, and slated, and contains all necessary appendages to a home farm It is the property of Sir D. C Marjoribanks. Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/106 [Page] 106 Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) -- County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/107 TOMICH Tomich Mr Fraser Tomich Mr Macdonald Tomich Valuation Roll 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) Is applied to a pretty little Village situated east Side of the River Amhuinn Deabhaidh. The Houses are of recent erection and are remarkable for the neat and tasteful style in which they are kept. Property of Sir Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks
OS1/17/51/107 KNOCKFIN Knockfin Mr Williamson Tenant Mr Fraser Tomich Valuation Roll 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack Is applied to an ordinary Sized farm-house. two stories in height slated & in good repair. Property of the Chisholm of Chisholm
OS1/17/51/107 KNOCKFIN BRIDGE Knockfin Bridge Mr Williamson Tenant Mr Fraser Tomich Valuation Roll 039 [Situation] In the Phs. [Parishes] of Kilmorack & Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) A Stone Bridge carrying the public road over the river Amhuinn Deabhaidh South West of the village of Tomich and is a County Bridge
OS1/17/51/107 [Page] 107
OS1/17/51/107 The Authorities for Knockfin Bridge is stated "as above", which I have transcribed as if "ditto".
OS1/17/51/108 GUISACHAN HOUSE Guisachan House Mr. Fraser Tomich Valuation Roll Mr. Fraser Tomich 039 This name applies to a Gentleman's Seat, It is a commodious and handsome structure of three stories in height. In the Grounds Surrounding are a number of fine old trees. and a little to the west of the house there is a large fruit and vegetable garden Property of Sir Dudley CouttsMarjoribanks, Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/17/51/108 EASTER ACHNAHEGLISH Easter Achnaheiglish Easter Achnaheglish [] Val [Valuation] Roll 1870. 71 Mr. John Grant Tenant Mr. Fraser Tomich Valuation Roll 039 Is applied to a two small Cottars dwelling-house one story thatched and in bad repair. Property of Sir Dudley Coutts.
OS1/17/51/108 WESTER ACHNAHEGLISH Wester Achnaheglish Wester Achnaheiglish Mr J Grant Mr Fraser Tomich Valuation Roll Val. [Valuation] Roll 1870. 71 039 Applies to a small Cottars house one story in height thatched & in bad repair. Property of Sir Dudley Coutts.
OS1/17/51/108 GRAVE YARD (Disused) [Wester Achnaheglish] 039 About 10 chains N. N. [North North] West of this House is an ancient Grave Yard now disused.
OS1/17/51/108 [Page] 108 County of Inverness Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/109 LOCH NA BEINNE BIGE Loch na Beinne Bige Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the Loch of the "Small "Hill It is Situated a little to the South east of "Beim-"Bheag and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/109 CARN NA CATHRACH Càrn na Cathrach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Hill of the "Fort, and applies to a rocky Knoll a little to the east of Loch nam Freumh, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs MP. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass
OS1/17/51/109 CLACH NA LORGACH Clach na Lorgach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 [Situation] It is on the boundary between the Parishes of Urquhart & Glenmoriston, and Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies the "Stone of the Foot-TracK" and applies to a Stone Situate at a point about thirty three Chains South east of Loch "Nam "Freumh and on the property and Parish boundary between Sir Dudley, and T. Ogilvie Esqr. of Corriemony.
OS1/17/51/109 [Page] 109 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39 Trace 3. Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detached) Notes Lorgaich Clach Lorgach was suggested from this office but the Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie States "I prefer Clach na Loreach an old Genetive".
OS1/17/51/109 LOCH NA BEINNE BIGE - the Description has a reference to Beinn Bheag - but it is written Beim Bheag. CLACH NA LORGACH - the volume index indicates Càrn na Lorgach is on this page, and not Clach na Lorgach. The latter name does not appear in the index. - the initial in front of Ogilvie can be ambiguous T or J - I have selected T which is consistent with other pages. - Corriemony appears more frequently elsewhere as Corrimony.
OS1/17/51/110 ALLT FEITH RIABHACHAN Allt Feithe Riabhachan Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 027 ; 039 [Situation] It forms part of the boundary between the Phs. [Parishes] of Urquhart & Glenmoriston, & Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detached) This name Signifies the "Brindled "Marsh and applies to a stream having its source nearly half a mile to the east of "Loch "nam "Freumh and flowing in a northerly direction until it falls into the see Sheet
OS1/17/51/110 DRUIM NA H-AIMHNE Druim na h-Aimhne Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Urquhart and Glenmoriston. This name signifies the "Ridge of the "River and applies to a ridge of hill extending in a north easterly direction from the point Known as "Clach Lorgach, on the property of T. Ogilvie Esqr of Corriemony.
OS1/17/51/110 BEINN BHEAG Beinn Bheag Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies the Small Hill, and applies to a heathy Clad Knoll a little to the South east of Beinn Mhor, and on the property of T. Ogilvie Esqr. of Corriemony.
OS1/17/51/110 [Page] 110 County of Inverness 6, Inch Sheet 39, Trace 3,
OS1/17/51/110 ALLT FEITH RIABHACHAN - the volume index entry for this name is Allt Féith Riabhachan, but this image and corrections on the page suggest Allt Féithe Riabhachan. I have left the entry name as found. - part of the image is obscured at the binding - a reference to a Sheet is not readable.
OS1/17/51/111 LOCH NAM FREUMH Loch nam Freumh Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Root "Loch, and applies to a small Loch immediately to the north east of Loch na "Beinne "Moire and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/111 LOCH CAOIREACH Loch Caoireach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the SparKling, or Flashing, Loch It is Situated within a quarter of a mile of Loch nam Freumh, on the north Side and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass
OS1/17/51/111 LOCH NA GOBHLAIG Loch na Gobhlaig Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Fork "Loch, It applies to a mere pool of water a very short distance to the north east of Loch Cùrrachan, and of the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass
OS1/17/51/111 [Page] 111 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Trace 3. Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached) Notes Corrected from remarks to final examiner
OS1/17/51/112 LOCH NAN LUCH Loch nan Luch Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Loch of the "Mice, and applies to a Small Loch a little to the east of "Beinn "Mhor on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs
OS1/17/51/112 LOCH A' GHREIDLEIN Loch a' Ghreidlein Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Loch of the "Griddle and applies to a Small Loch at the north base of "Beinn "Mhor on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs Guisachan Ho. [House]
OS1/17/51/112 LOCH NA BEINNE MOIRE Loch na Beinne Mòire Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies the Loch of the "Large "Hill, and applies to a Sheet of water about thirty Chains in length, its greatest breadth being about Sixteen chains. It is Situated about half a mile to the north east of Beinn Mhòr and on the property of Sir D. C. Marjoribanks Guisachan House Strathglass.
OS1/17/51/112 [Page] 112 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39. Trace 3 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached) Notes Ghreidlin
OS1/17/51/113 CNOC A' BHUILG Cnoc a' Bhuilg Rev. [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 ; 052 This name Signifies "Bag hillock, and applies to an eminence Situated about ½ a mile South of Garve Bridge, The property of Sir D. C. Marjoribanks.
OS1/17/51/113 BREWERY Brewery P. H [Public House] Brewery P. H [Public House] Brewery P. H [Public House] Mr. John Fraser, Tenant Mr. H. Fraser Schoolmaster Mr. A. Fraser Farmer, Tomich 027 ; 039 A one storey house with buildings attached suitable for a brewery, the whole being slated and in good repair. It is now disused but the tenant is licensed to sell Beer & Ale. It is the property of Sir Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks, Guisachan House
OS1/17/51/113 [Page] 113 County of Inverness -- Parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detached) Notes See page 40 for this name Allt Coire Beithe -- Revd. [Reverend] A. D. Mackenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse Beauly Allt Coire Beithe -- Mr. McLeod, Keeper, Fasnakyle This name Signifies the Burn of the Birch Corry and applies to a small Stream having its source near the South base of Càrn Loch na Gobhlaig and flowing in a Southerly direction until it falls into the River Affric. This house is Known by the appellation "Brewery" The P. H. [Public House] is on trace 27.
OS1/17/51/114 ALLT AN RUIGHE DHUIBH Allt an Ruighe Dhuibh Allt an Ruighe Dhuibh Revd. [Reverend] A. D, MacKenzie Mr John Fraser 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Urquhart and Glenmoriston This name signifies "Burn of the Black Shieling" and applies to a Stream issuing from Lochan na Craoibhe" and flowing N, [North] till it discharges its waters into "Amhainn na Ruighe Duibhe"
OS1/17/51/114 LEACHDANN AN RUIGHE DHUIBH Leachdann an Ruighe Dhuibh Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John Fraser 039 ; 040 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Urquhart and Glenmoriston This name signifies "Side of Black Shieling" and applies to a hill side, situate parallel to Amhainn na Ruighe Duibhe" (E. [East] side). on the property of Sir D C Marjoribanks.
OS1/17/51/114 CARN NA DOIRE LEITHE Càrn na Doire Léithe Càrn na Doire Léithe Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie Mr John. Fraser. 027 ; 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name signifies "Cairn of the Grey Grove" and applies to an eminence Situate about 30 Chains of "Loch na Gobhlaig" on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs
OS1/17/51/114 [Page] 114 County of Inverness Notes Hill Side or Shelvy Ground of the black Shealing
OS1/17/51/115 ALLT A' BHUACHAILLE Allt a' Bhuachaille Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies the "Herd's "Burn, and applies to a stream having its source on the west side of "Beinn "Bheag and flowing in a South westerly direction until it falls into Amhuinn Deabhaidh about half a mile South of Knocfin Bridge
OS1/17/51/115 ALLT AN TORRAN BHUIDHE Allt an Torran Bhuidhe Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kilmorack. Kilm [Kilmorack] This name Signifies Stream of the "Yellow "Hill, and applies to a Stream having its Source about half a mile to the north east of Loch na Faing and flowing in a north easterly direction until it falls into the "Amhuinn "Deàbhaidh,
OS1/17/51/115 [Page] 115 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Traces 3. & 4. Notes See page 92 for this name Loch an Eang -- Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie -- Mr. J. McMillan This name Signifies the Loch of the "Fold, and applies to a small Loch situated about half a mile to the north west of "Cnoc na "Daimh and on the property of the Chisholm of Chisholm,
OS1/17/51/116 AN LETH-ALLT An Leth-allt Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 [Situation] It forms part of the Boundary between the parishes of Kilmorack, & Kiltarlity and Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies the "Half "Burn, and is applied to a stream issuing from the east side of Loch an Eang, and flowing in an easterly direction until it falls into the "Amhuinn "Deabhaidh,
OS1/17/51/116 CNOC AN DAIMH Cnoc an Daimh Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies the "Deer's "Hill and applies to a large heathy Clad hill Situated about half a mile to the South east of Loch "na "Faing, on the property of Sir D. C. Marjoribanks
OS1/17/51/116 ALLTAN SEAN Alltan Sean Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) Signifying the "Old "Stream, having its source at the South east base of "Cnoc an "Daimh and flowing in an easterly direction until it falls into Amhuinn Deabhaidh a short distance South of Garve Bridge
OS1/17/51/116 [Page] 116 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39. Trace 4.
OS1/17/51/117 ALLT CAS A' CHUIRN Allt Cas a' Chuirn Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 ; 052 This name Signifies "Rapid Stream of the Hill or Cairn, and applies to a mountain stream having its Source at Loch Na Leitir Beithe and flowing in a north easterly direction until it falls into Amhuinn Deabhaidh, at Garve Bridge
OS1/17/51/117 DROCHAID NA LUIB Drachaid na Luib Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 This name Signifies the "Bridge of the "Bend and applies to a Stone Bridge Spanning the Amhuinn Deabhaidh a short distance to the South east of Cnoc na Daimh, It is a private bridge
OS1/17/51/117 TORR GAOTHAR Tòrr Gaothar Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 This name Signifies "Windy "Hill and applies to a small hillock, or mound, a little to the South of the point where the Stream "An Leth "Allt falls into Amhuinn Deabhaidh. and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass,
OS1/17/51/117 [Page] 117 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39 Trace 4 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) Notes accent wanted
OS1/17/51/118 CREAGAN NA H-ULAIDH Creagan na h-Ulaidh Revd [Reverend] A, D. McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 This name Signifies the "Creag of the "Treasure, and applies to a woody hillock a little to the north east of "Cnoc na "Daimh on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs
OS1/17/51/118 COILLE NA H-ULAIDH Coille na h-Ulaidh Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 This name Signifies the "Wood of the "TreaSure and applies to a large tract of Fir, and Birch, wood lying to the north east of "Cnoc na "Daimh, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs. M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House
OS1/17/51/118 COILLE AN LETH-UILLT Coille an Leth-Uillt Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 This name Signifies the wood of the "Half "Burn and applies to a Considerable tract of Fir, and Birch, wood extending in an easterly direction from Loch na Faing, to near "Torr "Gaothar, Sir Dudley propt. [proprietor]
OS1/17/51/118 [Page] 118 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39, Trace 4, Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/118 A table entry was created for COILLE NA H-ULAIDH, the volume index points to this page. COILLE AN LETH-UILLT appears as "Coille an t-Leth-uillt" in the volume index.
OS1/17/51/119 COILLE MOR Coille Mhor Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 This name Signifies the "Big "Wood, and applies to a large tract of Fir, and Birch, wood lying to the east of "Coille na h-"Ulaidh and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs MP. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass,
OS1/17/51/119 CARN NEAD NA FEANNAIG Càrn nead na Feannaig Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the Cairn of the "Crows "nest, and applies to a rocky hill a short distance to the north east of "Creag "Leachdainn, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass
OS1/17/51/119 [Page] 119 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39. Traces 4. & 5. Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached) Notes See page 126 for this name Allt nam Faogath -- Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie -- Mr. J. McMillan This name Signifies the Stream of the "Hag berry tree, and applies to a Stream having its source about three fourths of a mile to the north west of "Creag "Leachdainn flowing in a north westerly direction until it falls into Srath Allt na Sithinn
OS1/17/51/120 CREAG LEACHDAINN Creag Leachdainn Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 038 ; 039 ; 051 ; 052 This name Signifies the "Slope "Craig, and applies to a medium Sized hill Covered with heathy pasture, lying to the South west of "Càrn nead na "Feannaig and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House,
OS1/17/51/120 EAS CARN NA H-EARBAIGE Eas Càrn na h-Earbaige Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 ; 052 This name Signifies "Fall of the Roe's "Hill, and applies to a Stream having its Source about half a mile to the South west of "Creag Leachdainn and flowing in a north westerly direction until it falls into the "Eas "Socach,
OS1/17/51/120 EAS SOCACH Eas Socach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies the Stream of the "Snout or Ploughshare, and applies to a Stream which takes its name from the point where "Eas Carn na-h"Earbaige and "Allt "Badan "Laraich form a Junction and flows in a northerly direction to Strath Allt an Sithin[--]
OS1/17/51/120 [Page] 120 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39 Trace 5, Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/120 Some text in the last line is obscured at the binding - there may be a double 'n'.
OS1/17/51/121 ALLT NA FAICHE BIGE Allt na Faiche Bige Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John McMillan Keeper. Tomich. 039 This name Signifies Stream of the "Small "field. It rises a Short distance to the north west of Carn nead na Feannaig, and flows in a north westerly direction until it falls into "Srath Allt na "Sithinn.
OS1/17/51/121 COILLE AN TUATHANAICH Coille an Tuathanaich Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie. Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies the "Farmers "wood, It applies to a large tract of Fir, and Birch, wood about one mile to the northwest of "Carn "nead na "Feannaig and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs M.P [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House,
OS1/17/51/121 CARN NA H-EARBAIGE BIGE Càrn na h-Earbaige Bige Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies "Roes Small Hill, and applies to a medium Sized hill Covered with heathy pasture about a mile and a quarter to the north of "Càrn "nead na "Feannaig, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarjoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strathglass,
OS1/17/51/121 [Page] 121 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39, Trace 5 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/122 ALLT BADAN LARAICH Allt Badan Laraich. Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 ; 052 This name Signifies "Stream of the Foundation Tufts" and applies to a small Mountain Stream which Collects a short distance North of Loch Beinne Ban and flows in a northerly direction until joins with Eas Càrn Na h-Easbaige in forming Eas Socach,
OS1/17/51/122 SRATH ALLT NA SITHINN Srath Allt Na Sithinn Revd [Reverend] A D McKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies the Burn of the "Venison "Strath and applies to a Stream which is formed by the waters of "Allt nam "Faogach, and "Eas "Socach, and flows in a northerly direction for the distance of about one and a fourth miles, falls into Amhuinn Deabhaidh near Guisachan House,
OS1/17/51/122 ALLT AN RATHAIN Allt an Rathain Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies Stream of "Security or "Hostage, It rises about half a mile to the west of Càrn na h-"Earbaige "Bige, flows in a north westerly direction & falls into the Srath Allt na Sithinn
OS1/17/51/122 [Page] 122 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39. Trace. 5. Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached)
OS1/17/51/123 CARN DUBH NA BURRICH Càrn Dubh na Burrich Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. John McMillan 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Urquhart and Glenmoriston and Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies Cairn of the "Burnt Heather. and applies to a medium Sized rocky hill, Situated between "Allt Lochan "na "Craoibhe, and Allt Loch nan Eun, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs, and T, Ogilvie Corriemony,
OS1/17/51/123 WESTER KNOCKFIN Wester Knockfin Wester Knockfin Wester Knockfin Mr. H. Fraser, Schoolmaster, Tomich Mr. John Fraser, Brewery, Tomich Valuation for 1870-71. 039 This name applies to a Number of houses all of One Storey in height Situated about 2 miles South West of the Village of Tomich and the property of Chisholm or Chisholm Erchless Castle.
OS1/17/51/123 [Page] 123 County of Inverness -- 6 Inch Sheet 39. Trace 6. Notes See page 40
OS1/17/51/123 An entry for Allt Coire Beithe has been struck out.
OS1/17/51/124 LOCH AN STACA Loch an Staca Revd [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy Keeper Cougie Mr. John McMillan Keeper, Tomich 039 ; 040 ; 052 This name Signifies Loch of the Craig and applies to a sheet of water about a mile in length, and having an average breadth of about twenty Chains, It is Situate about half a mile to the South east of "Leachd nam Buidheag and on the property of T, Ogilvie Corriemony
OS1/17/51/124 LEACHD NAM BUIDHEAG Leachd Nam Buidheag Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. J. McMillan 039 This name Signifies "Side of the "Butterflower and applies to a range of hills extending from near the South end of Loch "an "Staca in a north easterly direction for a distance of one and a half miles. It is on the property of T. Ogilvie Corriemony.
OS1/17/51/124 [Page] 124 County of Inverness -- 6. Inch Sheet 39. Trace 6. Parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston
OS1/17/51/125 ALLT LOCHAN NA CRAOIBHE Allt Lochan na Craoibhe Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy. Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies Burn of the "Small "Loch of the "Tree, It takes its rise about three fourths of a mile to the west of Loch "na "Staca, and flows in a north easterly direction until it empties itself into Lochan a Craoibhe.
OS1/17/51/125 SLIABH AN RUIGHE DHUIBH Sliabh an Ruighe Dhuibh Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. John McMillan 039 ; 040 This name Signifies "Black "Shieling, Hill, and applies to a large heathy Clad hill about one mile to the north of Loch "na "Staca, on the property of T. Ogilvie Esqr. Corriemony, Glenurquhart.
OS1/17/51/125 LOCHAN DUBH THIORMAICH Lochan Dubh Thiormaich Revd [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy Mr. John McMillan 039 This name Signifies the drained "Black "Loch, and applies to a small pool of water a short distance to the South east of Loch "na "Faogach and on the property of T. Ogilvie Esqr. Corriemony Glenurquhart,
OS1/17/51/125 [Page] 125 County of Inverness -- 6, Inch Sheet 39. Trace 6. Parish of Urquhart and Glenmoriston
OS1/17/51/126 LOCH NAM FAOGACH Loch nam Faogach Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. D. Kennedy 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detached) This name Signifies the "Hagberry tree Loch, and applies to a Small Loch one mile to the north west of "Leachd nam "Buidheag, and on the property of Sir D. C. MarJoribanKs M.P. [Member of Parliament] Guisachan House Strath Glass,
OS1/17/51/126 ALLT NAM FAOGACH Allt nam Faogach Revd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie Mr. D Kennedy 039 [Situation] It forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Urquhart & Glenmoriston, and Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies the "Hag berry tree Burn, and applies to a Stream which taKes its name from a point ten Chains South west from Rochan "Dubh "Fiormaich and flows in a north easterly direction until it falls into "Amhainn na Ruighe "Duibhe.
OS1/17/51/126 ALLT LOCH NAN EUN Allt Loch nan Eun Revd. [Reverend] A, D, McKenzie Mr. John McMillan 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) Signifies Stream of the Birds Loch, Issues from Loch nan Eun flows in a northerly direCtion for about a 1. ¾ of a mile where it Changes its name to that of "Allt na "Faogach.
OS1/17/51/126 [Page] 126 County of Inverness -- 6, Inch Sheet 39, Trace 6.
OS1/17/51/126 ALLT NAM FAOGACH - I believe that "Rochan Dubh Fiormaich" in the Description should be "Lochan Dubh Thiormaich".
OS1/17/51/127 CREAGAN SOILLEIR Creagan Soilleir Creagan Soilleir Revd. [Reverend] A, D. MacKenzie F. C. [Free Church] Manse, Beauly. Mr John Fraser, Tomich. 003 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name signifies "Bright Little Craig" and applies to a rocky eminence situate, about 20 chains NW. [North West] of Loch a' Chreaghain Sholleir". on the property of Sir D. C MarjoribanKs.
OS1/17/51/127 LOCH A' CHREAGAIN SHOILLEIR Loch a' Chreagain Shoilleir Revd. [Reverend] A, D, MacKenzie Mr John. Fraser. 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) This name Signifies "Loch of the Bright little Craig". and applies to a small loch existing about 20 chains SE. [South East] of "Creagan Soilleir", on the estate of Sir D. C MarjoribanKs
OS1/17/51/127 LOCHAN NA CRAOIBHE Lochan na Craoibhe Lochan na Craoibhe Revd. [Reverend] A, D, MacKenzie. Mr John. Fraser, 039 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Urquhart & Glenmoriston This name signifies "Lochs of the Tree" and it applies to 3 Small pools. Situate about 490 Chains S.E [South East] of "Lochan Dubh Thiormaich", upon the property of Sir D. D MarjoribanKs.
OS1/17/51/127 [Page] 127 County of Inverness
OS1/17/51/127 CREAGAN SOILLEIR - this name appears in the volume index as "Creag an Soilleir". LOCHAN NA CRAOIBHE - in the Description the writer actually writes: "Fiormaich"
OS1/17/51/128 GARVE BRIDGE Garve Bridge. Garve Bridge. Garve Bridge. Mr Archibald Anderson, Hilton Cottage. Mr D, Kennedy GameKeeper, Cougie Mr John Fraser Tomich 039 This name applies to a bridge over "Amhuinn Deabhaidh", on the road from Tomich to Cougie, on the property of Sir D. C. Marjoribanks, Guisachan House It is a private Bridge
OS1/17/51/128 HILTON COTTAGE Hilton Cottage Hilton Cottage Hilton Cottage Mr Archibald Anderson, Tenant Mr Hugh Fraser, Mr John Fraser, 039 This name applies to a small cottage situate about, 10 chains N [North] of Hilton Lodge, it is 2 stories in height, built of stone, and is the property of Sir D C Marjoribanks, Guisachan House.
OS1/17/51/128 HILTON LODGE Hilton Lodge Hilton Lodge Hilton Lodge Mr Archibald Anderson, Mr Hugh Fraser, Mr John Fraser. 039 This name applies to the western porter's lodge, of Guisachan House, and grounds, it is one storey in height, built of stone, and slated, is tenanted by Hugh Fraser, and belongs to Sir D. C Marjoribanks
OS1/17/51/128 [Page] 128 Parish of Kiltarlity & Convinth (Detd. [Detached]) -- County of Inverness Notes [Garve Bridge] In Stump
OS1/17/51/129 51 -- OS1/17/51/129 NAME BOOK OF PART OF THE PARISHES OF KILMORACK AND KILTARLITY & CONVINTH AND URQUHART AND GLENMORISTON In 6Inch Sheets Nos 26,27,37,38,& 39. IN THE CO. [County] OF INVERNESS
OS1/17/51/130 [Page] 130 INDEX 6 inch SCALE Names of Objects -- Page Achgate -- 99 Affric Lodge -- Allt a' Bhaile Mhòir -- 36 Allt a' Bhuachaille -- 115 Allt a' Choire Bhuidhe -- 98 Allt a' Choire Dhuibh -- 6 Allt a' Choire Dhuibh -- 23 Allt a' Choire Dhuibh -- 25 Allt a' Choire Dhuibh -- 89 Allt a' Choire Ghlais -- 23 Allt a' Choire Odhair -- 69 Allt a' Chlachain -- 48 Allt an Fhasaich Mhòir -- 98 Allt a' Gharbh-bhealaich -- 60 Allt an Inbhir -- 22 Allt an Laghair -- 85 Allt an Lùb Ghiubhais -- 20 Allt an Rathain -- 122 Allt an Ruighe Dhuibh -- 21 Allt an Ruigh Rainich -- 71 Alltan Sean -- 116 Allt an Torran Bhuidhe -- 115 Allt Badan Laraich -- 122 Allt Bail' a' Chladaich -- 106 Allt Baile na h-Aimhne -- 47 Allt Blàr na Gamhna -- 41 Allt Beithe Min -- 58 Allt Camalt -- 42 Allt Camus a' Chaoruinn -- 16 Allt Car -- 22 Allt Cas a' Chuirn -- 117 Allt Chamaidh -- 19 Allt Coillte -- 38 Allt Coire an t-Sneachda -- 72 Allt Coire Beithe -- 40 Allt Coire Eoghainn -- 10 Allt Coire Ghàidheil -- 55 Allt Coire Leachavie -- 64 Allt Coire Mhic Fearchair -- 70 Allt Coire na Buidheig -- 6 Allt Coire na Cloiche -- 59 Allt Coulavie -- 64 Allt Creag a' Bhaca -- 16 Allt Currachan -- 45 Allt Dubh -- 61 Allt Féith a' Ghiubhais -- 26 Allt Féith Riabhachan -- 46 Allt Féith Riabhachan -- 110 Allt Fraoch-choire -- 15 Allt Fuarain Annaich -- 4 Allt Garbh -- 84 Allt Glac an Sgòrnain -- 8 Allt Glac an t-Seilich -- 44 Allt Glac Daraich -- 73 Allt Giubhais -- 39 Allt Innis an Droighinn -- 43 Allt Liath-ruighe -- 12 Allt Loch a' Chlaidheimh -- 76 Allt Loch Innis Gheamraidh -- 97 Allt Lochan na Craoibhe -- 123 Allt Lochan na Cuidhe -- 30 Allt Loch nan Eun -- 126 Allt Lùb nam Meann -- 13 Allt Meall Ardaich -- 4 Allt nan Achaidean -- 42 Allt na Creige Léithe -- 44 Allt na Crìche -- 11 Allt na Doire Mòire -- 73 Allt na Faiche Bige -- 121 Allt na Faing -- 9 Allt na Faing -- 59 Allt na Faing -- 75 Allt nam Faogach -- 126 Allt na Féithe Buidhe -- 82 Allt na Imrich -- 74 Allt na Lice Guirme -- 3 Allt an Ruighe Dhuibh -- 21 Allt an Ruighe Dhuibh -- 114 Allt nan Sean-each -- 85 Allt Ruadh Aonghais -- 82 Allt Ruigh an Daraich -- 95 Allt Ruigh Eòghainn -- 10 Allt Ruigh Lag na Sithinn -- 96 Allt Taige -- 1 Allt Toll Easa -- 68 Allt Toll na h-Imrich -- 85 Amhainn a' Ghlinne Fiadhaich -- 71 Am Buachaille -- 104 Amhainn na Ruighe Duibhe -- 100 Am Meallan -- 83 Amhuinn Deabhaidh -- 100 An Leth-allt -- 116 An Cnapanach -- 103 An Leth-creag -- 70 Aonach Mòr -- 63 Bac an Spàrdain -- 63 Balcladaich -- 106 Balnahoun -- 50 Balnahoun Wood -- 47 Barley Well -- 9[8] Bealach an Tuill Ghai[neamhaich] -- [2]
OS1/17/51/130 Barley Well -- 9[8] - part of the page number is torn off. Bealach an Tuill Ghai[neamhaich] -- [2] - name obscured by a fold, the page number torn off.
OS1/17/51/131 [Page] 131 Names of Objects -- Page Bealach na Breun-leitire -- 94 Bealach na Cloiche Duibhe -- 7 Bealach na Creige Duibhe -- 14 Bealach Toll Easa -- 68 Beinn Acharain -- 28 Beinn a' Mheadhoin -- 67 Beinn Bheag -- 110 Beinn Eun -- 72 Beinn Mhòr -- 101 Beinn nan Spàrra -- 102 Blàr an Àth -- 87 Breun-leitir -- 94 Brewery P. H. [Public House] -- 113 Cannich -- 35 Cannich Bridge -- 31 Caochan na Feàrna -- 64 Càrn an t-Sionnaich -- 38 [C]àrn Bingally -- 46 [Cà]rn Doire Léithe -- 25 Càrn Dubh-ghlaic -- 37 Càrn Dubh na Burrich -- 127 Càrn Eig -- 55 Càrn Fiaclach -- 94 Càrn Loch na Gobhlaig -- 40 Càrn Loch a' Chlaidheimh -- 92 Càrn na Cathrach -- 109 Càrn na Doire Léithe -- 114 Càrn na Glas-leitire -- 102 Càrn nan Gobhar -- 2 Càrn na h-Èarbaige Bige -- 121 Càrn na Lorgach -- 109 Càrn Nead na Feannaige -- 119 Ciste Dhubh -- 57 Clachan Comair -- 48 Cnoc a' Bhiulg -- 88 Cnoc an Daimh -- 116 Cnoc an Slùic -- 104 Cnoc Eòghainn -- 9 Cnoc na Mòine -- 103 Coille an t-Leth-uillt -- 118 Coille an Tuathanaich -- 121 Coille Mòr -- 119 Coille na h-Ulaidh -- 118 Coille Ruighe na Cuileige -- 74 Coire an t-Sneachda -- 69 Coire Allt an Tuirc -- 58 Coire an Loch -- 101 Coire Beithe -- 41 Coire Beithe -- 93 Coire Bhuilg -- 113 Coire Buidhe -- 103 Coire Coulavie -- 66 Coire Deoch -- 3 Coire Dubh -- 3 Coire Dubh -- 23 Coire Dubh -- 89 Coireachan Odhara -- 69 Coire Eoghainn -- 10 Coire Ghàidheil -- 56 Coire Glas-liath -- 1 Coire Glas -- 26 Coire Leachavie -- 64 Coire Loch -- 43 Coire Mhic Fearchair -- 70 Coire na Buidheig -- 6 Coire na Cloiche -- 59 Coire na Cuidhe -- 28 Coire nan Each -- 56 Coire na Moine -- 103 Coire Toll na h-Imrich -- 67 Comar -- 34 Comar Bridge -- 34 Comar Wood -- 34 Cossack Cottage -- 17 Cos Raineach -- 63 Craskie -- 29 Craskie Burn -- 22 Creag a' Bhaca -- 16 Creag a' Chaoruinn -- 61 Creag a' Choire Dhuibh -- 24 Creag an Soilleir -- 127 Creagan na h-Ulaidh -- 118 Creag Buidhe -- 36 Creag Dhubh -- 13 Creag Dhubh -- 27 Creag Dhubh -- 90 Creag Theusagach -- 5 Creag Leachdainn -- 120 Creag Liath -- 44 Creag Loch an Earig -- 92 Creag na Caillich -- 79 Creag na h-Iolaire -- 19 Creag na Nighinn -- 67 Creag nan Toll -- 12 Creag Ruigh na h-Uamhach -- 37 Dalriach -- 29 Dog Falls -- 32 Doire Mhòr -- 72
OS1/17/51/131 [C]àrn Bingally -- 46: some text lost due to tear in page. [Cà]rn Doire Léithe -- 25: some text lost due to tear in page. Cnoc a' Bhiulg -- 88: the image on Page 88 shows Cnoc a' Bhuilg Coire Mhic Fearchair -- 70: appears on page image as COIRE MHIC FHEARCHAIR.
OS1/17/51/132 [Page] 132 INDEX Names of Objects -- Page Doire Thana -- 19 Drochaid na Luib -- 117 Druim na h-Aimhne -- 110 Eas an Fhithich -- 39 Eas Càrn na h-Earbaige -- 120 Eas Dubh -- 57 Eas Maol Mhairi -- 39 Eas nam Broc -- 43 Eas Socach -- 120 Easter Achnaheglish -- 108 Eshie Wood -- 97 Fasnakyle -- 32 Fasnakyle Bridge -- 32 Fasnakyle Wood -- 49 Fasnakyle Forest -- 14B Féith an Dàim -- 93 Féith a' Ghiubhais -- 20 Féith na Caillich -- 71 Fraoch-choire -- 15 Free Church -- 49 Garbh-bhealach -- 60 Garbh-uisge -- 9 Garbh-uisge -- 83 Garve Bridge -- 128 Glac Daraich -- 73 Glac an Sgòrnain -- 8 Glac an t-Seilich -- 42 Glac nam Meirleach -- 83 Gleann Fiadhach -- 71 Glen Affric -- 54 Glenaffric Hotel -- 35 Glen Cannich -- 24 Glenstrathfarrar Forest -- 5 Glùn Coire na Buidheig -- 6 Glencannich Forest -- 14A Guisachan Fall -- 97 Guisachan House -- 108 Hilton Cottage -- 128 Hilton Lodge -- 128 Innis Bhuidhe -- 101 Invercannich -- 33 Kerrow Burn -- 33 Kerrow House -- 50 Kerrow Wood -- 52 Knockfin -- 107 Knockfin Bridge -- 107 Larach Tigh nam Fionn -- 45 Leachdann an Ruighe Dhuibh -- 114 Leachd Ghorm -- 4 Leachd nam Buidheag -- 124 Leichtry -- 8 Leitir Beithe -- 88 Loch an Amair -- 95 Loch Affric -- 78 Loch Ath a' Bhàn -- 11 Loch a' Chlaidheimh -- 91 Loch a' Chreagain Shoilleir -- 127 Lochan Coire Coulavie -- 57 Lochan Coire Ghàidheil -- 56 Lochan Dubh Cùl na Cteige -- 90 Lochan Dubh Thiormaich -- 125 Loch an Eang -- 92 Loch a' Ghabhalaich -- 95 Loch a' Gharbh-bhealaich -- 60 Loch a' Ghreidlein -- 112 Loch an Laghair -- 81 Lochan a' Mhill Dhuibh -- 28 Lochan na Craoibhe -- 127 Lochan na Cuidhe -- 30 Loch an Staca -- 124 Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin -- 91 Loch Car -- 26 Loch Càrn Bingally -- 46 Loch Càrn na Glas-leitire -- 99 Loch Còsach -- 77 Loch Craskie -- 30 Loch Caoireach -- 111 Loch Innis Gheamhraidh -- 102 Loch Lapaich -- 75 Loch Mullardoch -- 17 Loch na Beinne Bige -- 109 Loch na Beinne Mòire -- 112 Loch na Caillich -- 79 Loch na h-Eiridh -- 76 Loch nan Eun -- 88 Loch nam Faogach -- 126 Loch nam Freumh -- 111 Loch nan Gillean -- 79 Loch na Gobhlaig -- 40 Loch na Gobhlaig -- 111 Loch nan Luch -- 112 Loch nan Sean-each -- 90 Loch Pollan Buidhe -- 81 Loch Pollan Fearna -- 70 Loch Salach a' Ghiubhais -- 84 Loch Sealbhag -- 1[1] Loch Tuill Bhearnach -- 1 Loch Uaine -- 5[5] Lubguish -- [7] Mam Car -- [25] Mam Sodhail -- [59]
OS1/17/51/132 Due to a tear at the bottom of the page, some page numbers are missing or obscured, I have supplied these by finding the entry on its page.
OS1/17/51/133 [Page] 133 Names of Objects -- Page Meallan Beag -- 93 Meallan na Ceàrdaich -- 41 Meall Beag -- 80 Meall Dubh -- 89 Meall Dubh -- 27 Meall Mòr -- 21 Muchrachd -- 29 Mullach an Tùir -- 39 Mullach nam Faogach -- 12 Mullach na Maoile -- 2 Mullach Tarsuinn -- 12 [Mu]llardoch -- 5 Our Lady and St. Bean's Chapel (Roman Catholic) -- 36 Plodda Falls -- 105 Pollan Buidhe -- 80 Post Office -- 36 [Riv]er Affric -- 53 [Rive]r Cannich -- 31 [River] Glass -- 52 Ruigh Riabhach -- 96 Saoiter Beag -- 65 Saoiter Mòr -- 65 School -- 99 School (Ph. [Parish]) -- 35 Sgòr nan Ceathreamhnan -- 58 Sgòr na Lapaich -- 75 Shalavanach -- 7 Spùtan Bhàin -- 48 Spùtan Bàn -- 61 Sìthean Beag -- 105 Sìthean Mòr -- 105 Sliabh an Ruighe Dhuibh -- 125 Srath Allt na Sithinn - 122 Strath Glass -- 51 Suilean Loch nan Eun -- 88 Tom a' Bhealaidh -- 45 Tom a' Choinnich -- 80 Tom Buidhe -- 27 Tomich -- 107 Torran an Tuill -- 104 Toll Easa -- 68 Toll Odhar -- 20 Tòrr Gaothar -- 117 Tòrr na Muic -- 96 Tuill Creagach -- 15 Turnerhall -- 50 Wester Achnaheglish -- 108 Wester Knockfin -- 123 Wester Runivraid -- 33 Balnahaun Wood -- 47 (Altered by the authority of Mr MacKay, Inverness. To be used for 1" purposes only, further investigation to be made during revision of larger Scales. By order of the DG. [Director General] 4.2.95 [4th February 1895]) Balnahaun -- 50 (Same Remark as above)
OS1/17/51/133 Due to a tear at the bottom left of the page, some parts of the Name are missing, I have supplied from the indexed page.

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