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OS1/27/11/11

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
POLL A GHUILA Poll a Ghuila
Poll a Ghuila
Poll a Ghuila
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 Two small, deep pools, situated in a deep hollow. On the South western side there is a marsh. Whenever Feadan Mhic Thionnlaidh Bhain is flooded, it flows into the above mentioned pools, and disappears through a small hole in the marsh. Signifies Weeping Pool.
FEADAN A GHLINN MHOIR Feadan a Ghlinn Mhoir
Feadan a Ghlinn Mhoir
Feadan a Ghlinn Mhoir
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] Flows south on the S.W. [South West] margin of the plan 30 chains S. [South] by [East] of Blar nam Faoileag.
A small stream, which becomes a rapid river, before it falls into the sea north of Thalasy. It flows from several small nameless pools & marshes on Blar nan Foileag. Signifies Big Glen Stream.

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Parish of Barvas
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Poll a Ghuila omitted by the cartographers from the 1st edition sheet map due to a lack of space on the sheet.

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