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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM NAN UAN Tom nan Uan
Tom nan Uan
Tom nan Uan
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
009 [Situation] In the western centre of the plan 50 chains SW by S. [South West by South] of Druim Riabhach.
As extent of mossy pasture moor with a small knoll or rise in the middle of it. Signifies Lambs Hillock.
LOCH NIOSABHAT Loch Niosabhat
Loch Niosabhat
Loch Niosabhat
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
009 [Situation] In the western centre of the plan, 50 chains SW. by S. [South West by South] of Druim Riabhach.
A fresh water loch, which is deep and narrow, with very low banks, over which (at the time of a flood in the loch) the water flows out of it, & It contains two small Islands.
LOCH NIOSAVAT [1896] Col. [Colonel] J. Farquharson C.B. [Companion of the Order of the Bath] R.E. [Royal Engineers] Director General Ord. [Ordnance] Survey.
Mr. J. Mathieson O.S. [Ordnance Survey] Edinburgh 1896.

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