List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
The Revd [Reverend] Angus McRae F. C [Free Church] Manse Drumnadrochit
Mr. William McDonnell Farmer Buntait Glenurquhart
Mr. Donald Munro Gamekeeper Corrimony
028 This name applies to a small dwelling house situated adjacent to the road leading from Glen Urquhart to Strath Glass, it is one storey high, thatched and in fair repair. It is the property of Thomas Ogilvy Esqr. Corrimony House Inverness-shire
ALLT FÉITH AN FHRAOICH Allt Féith an Fhraoich
Allt Féith an Fhraoich
Allt Féith an Fhraoich
The Revd [Reverend] A McRae
Alexander Scott Crofter Buntait
James Fraser Farmer Braefield
027 ; 028 Applies to a mountain stream having its source about half a mile to the west of a hill Known as Carn a' Mhinn Bhig, it runs in an easterly direction for a considerable distance and enters Loch Feith an Fhraoich at its western extremity and issues at its eastern, it continues its course in as South easterly direction until it enters the River Enrick at the western extremity of the district called Buntait. Part of it forms part of the boundary between the united parishes of Urquhart & Glenmoriston, Kiltarlity and Convinth & part of Kilmorack. It is partly the property of the Chisholm & that of T. Ogilvy Esqr. The name signifies The Burn of the heathy Bog

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County of Inverness -- Ph. [Parish] of Urquhart & Glenmoriston

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