List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Carn Odhar
Carn Odhar
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson
Mr. Macnaughton
Mr. Alexander Cameron
010 This name is applied to a high hill standing 1½ mile due north of Carn nan tri-tighearnan and immediately north of the sources of the streams - Meur Garble and Allt Creag à Chait. It means the "Dun Hill" or "Cairn".
CAIRN OF KINCRAIG Cairn of Kincraig
Cairn of Kincraig
Mr. Hugh McBean, Gamekeeper Drynachan Lodge
Mr. McQueen, Daless
010 This name is applied to a considerable mountain situated on the west side of [the] River Findhorn at the south of the County. The boundary between this county and Inver[ness] passes over it. The Earl of Cawdor is the propri[etor] of the portion in Nairnshire.

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County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor

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