List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
A' YEOIE [blank] Mr A. McDonald
Ground Officer Boreray
026 This name applies to a small point of land on the south east coast of the Island situated about 9 chains south east of Sgeir an Tairbh, the property of Sir J. P. Ord Bart [Sir John Powlett Orde Baronet].
CLADH NAM MANACH (Burial Ground) (Disused) Cladh nam Manach
(Burial ground disused)
Sculptured Stones
A. A. Carmichael Esq 026 This name applies to an old burying ground (now disused). The greater part of it is under cultivation. There are two stones 1 foot high with crosses cut on them apparently at the head of the graves. About 3 chains west of the burying ground is a large rock or boulder stone with three vacuities on it as if made by art. It is disused as a burying place. There is another Sculptured Stone, which is described in page 6 of this book [referring to a stone about 3 chains west of the burying ground at the south east end of the Island of Boreray, described on page 6].

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