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OS1/27/11/48

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FEADAN DUBH IAIN MHIC GHILLE CHALUM Feadan Dubh Iain Mhic Ghille Chalam Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
006 This is a Small Stream Which flows from a Soft wet mossy moor in a Southerly direction till it joins Amhuinn na Cloich east of the junction of Feadan na Crothadh
FEADAN TOTARANNA Feadan Totaranna Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
006 This is a Stream which flows out of the South end of Loch Beag Eilabhat in a Southerly direction till it joins Amhuinn na Cloich east of the junction of Feadan Dubh Iain Mhic Ghille Chalam.
TOM LOCH NA GILE Tom Loch na Gile Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
006 This is a Small low mossy pasture Knoll on the top of which is a Trig [Trigonometrical] Station Situated adjacent to and east of Amhuinn na Cloiche.

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[Page] 48
Parish of Barvas
Plan 6 C List of names collected by Thomas O'Farrell C.A. [Civilian Assistant]

[In left margin] Trace 3

[Page signed] Thos [Thomas] O'Farrell 14th April 1852

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Feadan Dubh Iain Mhic Ghille Chalam omitted by the cartographers from the 1st edition sheet map due to a lack of space on the sheet.

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