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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GEODH' A GHARAIDH Geodh' a' Gharaidh
Geodh' a' Gharaidh
Geodh' a' Gharaidh
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
002 [Situation] On the sea shore in the south western section of the p;an, 80 chains N.N.E [North North East] of North Galson village.
A deep narrow creeK with precipitous rocky banKs. A fence leads from it into the moor - hence the name. Signifies Dyke Creek.
TOBHA GHABHSUNN Tòbha Ghabhsunn
Tòbha Ghabhsunn
Tòbha Ghabhsunn
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
002 [Situation] On the sea shore in the S.W. [South West] section of the plan, 70 chains N. [North] by E. [East] of North Galson village.
A promontory about seven chains long and five chains wide. It is enclosed by a fence and is one of the most remarKable points between the Butt of Lewis and Aird Bhragair.
TOA GALSON [1896] Col. [Colonel] J. Farquharson C.B. R.E. [Royal Engineers] Director General. Ordnance Survey,
Mr J. Mathieson, O.S. [Ordnance Survey] Edinburgh
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