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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' BHREACAICH Allt a'bhreachdaich
Allt a'bhreachdaich
Mr A C MacKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
076 This name is applied to a small stream having its source a little to the north west of Cnoc a'Bhreach-achaidh, and flows in a north west direction to its confluence. Signifies "The trouting burn". Property of Davidson Esqr of Tulloch.
ALLT NA CRICHE Allt na Criche
Allt na Criche
Mr A C MacKenzie Schoolmaster Marybro.
Mr A MacKenzie Crofter Heights of Dochcarty
076 This name is applied to a stream havings its source in Coire Buidhe. It flows in a south east direction to its confluence with Amhainn Sgiathach. Adjacent to Bog a'Bhreacaich. Signifies "The march burn". Property of Davidson Esqr of Tulloch.
BOG A' BHREACAICH Bog a'bhreachdaich
Bog a'bhreachdaich
Mr A C MacKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
076 This name is applied to a flat piece of ground situated to the east of Amhainn Sgiathach. Allt a bhreachdaich flowing threw it. Signifies "Trouting bog". Property of Duncan Davidson Esqr of Tulloch.

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