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OS1/28/24/4

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NA CRÌCHE Loch na Crìche
Loch na Crìche
Loch na Crìche
Mr Kenneth McDonald
Mr McRae postmaster Jeantown
Rev. [Reverend] John Haggart Ph [Parish] Manse Lochcarron
104 This name is applied to a small loch situated about half a mile to the S. [South] West of Balnacra and on the south side of the Dingwall & Skye railway. It forms the boundary for grazing between the farms at Balnacra and Coulags It means "The march loch"
LOCH NA FAOILEIGE Loch na Faoileige
Loch na Faoileige
Loch na Faoileige
Mr Kenneth McDonald
Mr McRae
Rev. [Reverend] John Haggart
104 This name is given to a small loch in the moor a short distance to the S. [South] West of 'Loch na Criche' It signifies "Seagull's Loch"
LOCHAN DUBHA Lochan Dubha
Lochan Dubha
Lochan Dubha
Mr McRae
Rev. [Reverend] John Haggart
Mr Kenneth McDonald Farmer Coulags
104 This name applies to four small lochs situated about a quarter of a mile to the south of Loch na Faoileige, and about half that distance to the west of the River Carron. It mean "Black Lochs"

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County of Ross -- Parish of Lochcarron

Coire Taodail - Allt Coire Taodail - See 6 inch Name Book of Sheet 104 for this name

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