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OS1/27/11/38

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SCRITHABHAL Scrithabhal Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
006 This is rather a high prominent hill nearly round and conical with a Trig [Trigonometrical] Station on its Summit Its Surface is broken producing bad mossy pasture but much better than any adjacent Situation north east Mulachan
LOCH BHREITHABHAT Loch Bhreithabhat Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
006 This at present includes five Small Shallow fresh water Lochs which has been formerly only one the portion which is occupied can be easly Seen Situated adjacent to and east of Scrithabhal.
LOCH MHURCHAIDH MHIC THORMAID Loch Mhurchaidh Mhic Thormaid Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
006 This is a Small Shallow fresh water Loch which formerly formed a part of Loch Bhreithabhat Situated in a low portion of Soft mor adjacent to and east of Scrithabhal.

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Parish of Barvas
Plan 6 C List of names collected by Thomas O'Farrell ca [civilian assistant]

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