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OS1/27/3/13

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AMHUINN CHROIS Amhuinn Chrois
Amhuinn Chrois
Amhuinn Chrois
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] Flows from the S.E. [South East] to the N.W. [North West] side of the plan, and falls into the sea, 80 chains W. [West] of Suainabost Village. The S.E. [South East] portion of it is called Gleann Chrois.
A small river which seperates Dail O Thuath from Cross and flows into the Sea at Traigh Chrois It receives this name from the Stornoway and Ness road. Signifies Cross River
DRUIM A' PHUINND Druim a' Phuinnd
Druim a' Phuinnd
Druim a' Phuinnd
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] In the western centre of the plan 50 chain W.S.W. [West south West] of Suainabost Village.
A low flat hill of considerable extent, on which are a number of small enclosures. It is at the village of Cross and the greater portion of it is arable land with a small portion of moss at its Eastern side. Signifies Pinfold Eminence

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