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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AIRIDHEAN LOCH NA CRAOIBHE Airidhean Loch na Craoibhe John MacDonald Shadir
Informant could not Spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
009 Those are a number of shealings built of stone and peat moss the greater number of them are in Ruins the others are Occupied by the people of Sheadir Village in the Summer Season Situated on the east Margin of Loch na Craoibhe.
BEINN NAN CÀORACH Beinn nan Caorach John MacDonald Shadir
Informant could not Spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
009 This is a Small low Mossy hill though it is by far the highest of any for two miles around it, it affords very indifferent pasture either for Sheep of Cattle, there is a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station on the Summit of it Situated about half a mile S.W. [South West] of Loch na Craoibhe.
GLEANN ORDAIL Gleann Ordail John MacDonald Shadir
Informant could not Spell
John Morrison Ordce [Ordnance] Survey
009 This is a Rapid River which flows in a northerly direction from Several fresh water Lochs till it joins Amhuinn Thoraidh at the north west base ofBeinn nan Caorach, there is no portion of land called Gleann Ordail but only the river itself there are Several Shealings along its banks there is also a Small Strip of arable or green pasture along it on each side nearly

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Plan 9 A
List of Names collected by Thomas O Farrell C.A [Civilian Assistant]
Trace No 5 - 4 - 4

Parish - Barvass

Object
Airidhean Loch na Craoibhe - Shealings
Beinn nan Caorach - Hill
Gleann Ordail

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

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