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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT BAD AN STAING Allt Bad an Staing
Allt Bad an Staing
Allt Bad an Staing
Rev. [Reverend] Mr. McKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod
Mr McBean
012 ; 013 Is applied to a small stream rising on the south side of Carn a' Gharbh-ghlaic and flowing into Leonach Burn at Battananteoig. Signification "Stream of the Tuft of the Ditch".
BATTANANTEOIG (In Ruins) Battananteoig (In Ruins)
Battananteoig (In Ruins)
Battananteoig (In Ruins)
William Stables Esq.
Mr McBean
Mr.
013 This place consists of a number of ruins and a sheep-fold or fank as it is locally called situated about a mile above Leonach and on the west bank of the burn of that name.
CARN A' GHARBH-GHLAIC Càrn a' Gharbh-ghlaic
Càrn a' Gharbh-ghlaic
Càrn a' Gharbh-ghlaic
Rev. [Reverend] Mr. McKenzie
Rev. [Reverend] Mr Macleod
Mr McBean, Gamekeeper Cawdor
010 ; 013 This name is applied to a large round hill, about 1500 feet above Sea level, situated on the east side of the River Findhorn directly east of the Streens. It signifies "Cairn of the Rough Pass or Dell".
LEONACH Leonach
Leonach
Leonach
William Stables Esq
Mr. Macbean
013 Is applied to a house which is in ruinous condition, and a few ruins lying between Leonach Burn and Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir. Property of the Earl of Cawdor.

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