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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KILMACHALMACK Kilmachalmack William McKay Tenant
Donald Urquhart Tenant
John Ross Tenant
011 A collection of houses South of the County road and East of Allt Mor bounded on the east end by Allt Cnoc na Moine, there is an old Graveyard situate on a flat portion of ground on the north side of Kilmachalmack from which the place is supposed to derive its name. The property of G G McKay Esqre
ALLT MÒR Allt Mòr Mr William McKay 011 A large stream issuing from Loch nam Buidheag and flowing northeast into the Kyle of Sutherland below Kilmachalmack. Meaning "Big Burn"
CÀRN MÒR Càrn Mòr William McKay Tenant 011 An ancient Cairn in Kilmachalmack a short distance south of the County Road and west of Allt Ruith and Saideir Sig [Signifies] Large Cairn
ALLT RUITH AN T-SAIDIER Allt Ruith an t-Saidier William McKay Tenant 011 A Stream rising at the County Road flowing North until it joins with allt cnoc na moine of the Soldiers Run"

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Sheet 11a Plan 13 -- Parish of Kincardine -- County Ross

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