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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM EARSAIL Tom Earsail
Tom Earsail
Tom Earsail
John Morrison
John Mckay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] In the north western corner of the plan, 240 chains N.W. [North West] by W. [West] of Cellar Head
A mossy hill of considerable size on the northern margin of Amhuinn Dhail. It is of considerable height and of an oval form.
LOCH NA CLABAN Loch nan Claban
Loch nan Claban
Loch nan Claban
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] On the north western margin of the plan, 220 chains N.W. [North West] by W. [West] of Cellar Head.
A small fresh water loch of an irregular shape, at the East end of Tom Earsail. A small stream flows out of it, into Feadan Ruadh Tom Earsail- Signifies Loch of Mouths or openings.

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6 B -- Parish of Barvas

Form No. 136 Page
35 - Tom Earsail
35 - Loch nan Claban

Ness - for authorities &c See the Name book for plan 6. A - page 38.

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