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OS1/27/3/14

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DÙN AIRNISTEAN Dùn Airnistean
Dùn Airnistean
Dùn Airnistean
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] On the western margin of the plan, 110 chains W. [West] of Suainabost Village.
The ruin of what is supposed to have been an old Castle, on a small Island on the Sea Coast at Airnistean. There is no part of it visible at present, except about half a dozen large stones in its foundation. Tradition is silent regarding its antiquity, by whom, or for what purpose it was erected.
AIRNISTEAN Airnistean
Airnistean
Airnistean
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] On the western margin of the plan, 100 chains W. [West] of Suainabost Village.
A small hill, which forms a tolerably prominent headland between Traigh Chrois and Traigh Dhail. It produces good pasture and has a rugged and tolerably steep Coast.

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