List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG A' CHUILBH Creag a' Chuilbh Mr. John Macdonald
A A. Carmichael Esq.
049 Meaning Obscure, and is applied to a knoll, situated adjacent to the Sea Coast and at the east end of the district known as Calternish, Proprietor John Gordon Esqr.
Mr John Macdonald
Johnston's MapD. Beaton A. A. Carmichael Esq.
049 This name is applied to a small district covered with heathy pasture, situated adjacent and to the east of Loch Shealiva, it is bounded on the North by the Loch known as Sac Luib, and on the West by Strome Calternish Proprietor John Gordon Esqr.
Loch Maasaig
Mr. John Macdonald
A. A. Carmichael Esq.
D. Beaton
049 Meaning Obscure and is applied to a loch situated a short distance to the east of Cas Luib, a stream running out of it to that loch.
Proprietor John Gordon Esqr.

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