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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Allt Mòr
Duncan Davidson Esq.
Mr McGregor
Revd [Reverend] Mr Fraser, Rosskeen.
076 A small stream having its source about half a mile to the north of the Bridge of Clyne, and flowing in a north easterly direction, it forms part of the boundary between the parishes of Dingwall and Kiltearn until it joins the Cromarty Firth. The name signifies "Big Burn".
CILLE CHOAIN Site of Cille Choain Site of Mr John Mackintosh Waterloo
Mr Alexander Ross, Mountgerald
Mr Harry Bain, Fluchlady.
076 Applied to a Chapel and burying place which were destroyed at the Construction of the Highland Railway they having stood on the site of that cutting on the line at a point due south of Mountrich. The derivation of the word Choan is not known in the locality - Cille - a burying place. JC.

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County of Ross -- Parish of Kiltearn

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