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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Cnoc an Croich Cnoc na Crich John Smith
John McKay
Donald Murray
[Situation] Adjoining to, and East of Carnan an Fhithich, a quarter of a mile south of Gearranan village
[Descriptive remarks]
A small rocky heathy hill.
"Cnoc na Crich" Signifies The Boundary Hill
Bagh Dhaile Mora Bagh Dhaile Mora Norman McLeod
John McKay
Donald Murray
[Situation] On the Western Coast of Lewis north of Daile Mor Village
[Descriptive remarks]
A large sandy bay.
It is very shallow, and affords no facilities for fishing or anchorage.
The rise and fall of the tide is about 15 or 16 feet.

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