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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOTH THATRABHAT IORACH Loch Thàtrabhat Iochdrach
Loch Thàtrabhat Iochdrach
Loch Thàtrabhat Iochdrach
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
009 [Situation] On the N. [North] Western margin of the plan, 110 chs [chains] W. by S. [West by South] of Druim Riabhach.
A fresh water loch, which is deep and round, and its banks rather high. It is used as a reservoir for a Corn-Mill at Barvas. It receives a rapid but small stream, and two smaller ones.
BLÀR NAM FAOILEAG Blàr nam Faoileag
Blàr nam Faoileag
Blàr nam Faoileag
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
009 [Situation] On the western side of the plan, 120 chains WSW. [West South West] of Druim Riabhach.
A small portion of moor, which is very soft and wet, containing several small pools. It is low and flat. Signifies Gulls' March.

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Parish of Barvas

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31 - Loch Thàtrabhat Iochdrach
[notes] Iorach
See N.L. [Name List] for Plan 8.B. in
page 30.

31 - Blàr nam Faoileag

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