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OS1/27/17/41

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM A CHLAMHAIN Tom a Clamhain John McDonald Shadir
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
009 This is a Small mossy round Low Mossy pasture Knoll on the Summit of which is a trigl [trigonometrical] station it affords very indifferent pasture for either Sheep or Cattle Situated adjacent to and east of Druim nan Airidhean Ur.
DRUIM NAN AIRIDHEAN ÙRA Druim nan Airishean Ur John McDonald Shadir
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
009 This is a low mossy pasture hill with its ruin of a few Shealings on its west margin and enclosed by a Sod fence on the South east Side Situated about 1 1/2 mile South of the Village of Barvas.
LOCH NIOSABHAT Loch Niosabhat John McDonald Shadir
Informant could not spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
009 This is a long narrow deep fresh water Loch with very low banks, over which the water flows when there is a flood in the Loch, It receives a few Small Streams and out of which flows one Situated at the east base of Tom a Chlamhain.

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Plan 9 A
List of Names collected by Thomas O Farrell C.A [Civilian Assistant]
Trace No 4 - 4 - 1 & 4

Parish - Barvas

Object
Tom a Chlamhain - Knoll
Druim nan Airidhean Ùra - Hill

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Thomas O'Farrell ca [civilian assistant]
7th February 1852

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