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OS1/27/3/12

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TRÀIGH CHROIS Tràigh Chrois
Tràigh Chrois
Tràigh Chrois
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] On the sea shore in the western side of the plan, 90 chains W. [West] of Suainabost Village.
A Small Bay, between Airnistean, and Dun Mara into which flows Amhuinn Chrois. Its beach is composed partly of large flat rocks and partly of fine sand but owing to the roughness of the sea it is useless as a harbour.
CÌREIN RUADH A' STÙNGA Cìrein Ruadh a' Stùnga
Cìrein Ruadh a' Stùnga
Cìrein Ruadh a' Stùnga,
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] On the sea shore 110 chains west of Suainabost Village.
A small and very narrow projection of shore at Traigh Chrois. It is steep precipitous, and composed of a Kind of reddish Earth.

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Parish of Barvas

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Form No. 136
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Traigh Chrois [note] Signifies Cross Sands

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