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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BOG NA BEISTE Bog na Beiste
Bog na Beiste
Mr A C MacKenzie Schoolmaster Marybro.
Mr A MacKenzie Crofter Heights of Dochcarty
076 This name is applied to moor land, situated between the Heights of Fodderty and Amhainn Sgiathach. Signifies "The Beasts Bog". Property of Her Grace the Duchess of Sutherland.
CNOC NA H-UAMHA Cnoc na h-Uamha
Cnoc na h-Uamha
Mr A C MacKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
076 This name is applied to a small hillock, situated to the north of Amhainn Sgiathach, and adjacent to it. Also to the north of Bog na beisde. Their is a small cave or opening diged out close to the river where coals was found about 70 years ago but have not been considered worthy of being worked as the coal found in it does not seem to belong to the true coal formation. "bide statistical acc". Property of Her Grace the Duchess of ?Sutherland.
the name signifies "Hillock of the cave".

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