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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TORR WOOD Torr Wood
Torr Wood
Torr Wood
Mr McLennan
Mr Cross
Mr Murchison
104 This name is applied to a small wood which occupies a low ridge which is situated on the South side of the river Carron and and between it and the Dingwall and SKye railway. It is a mixed wood, composed of fir , birch and forest trees and is the property of A. Matheson Esq. M.P. [Member of Parliament] Ardross Castle.
GOB AN LOCHAIN Gob a' Lochan
Gob a' Lochan
Gob a' Lochan
Mr Cross
Mr Murchison
Mr McLennan
104 This name is applied to a small loch situated on the east side of the River Carron and about a mile north of Strathcarron Station, and immediately south of the Torr Wood It means Point of the little loch

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County of Ross -- Parish of Lochcarron

New Kelso Lodge [note]
Cancelled J.T.H.

Gob a' Lochan [note]
an Lochain
Suggested from Ex: [Examiners] office
and approved
By order
John J. Hoban
5 Jany [January] 1876

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