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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GEARRAIDH MHIC DHOMHNUIL DUIBH Gearraidh Mhic Dhomhnuil Duibh Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison, Ordce. [Ordnance] Survey
002 This is the ruin of two Small Houses on the Sea Shore which has been built of Stone there is attached to them a Small portion of Rocky pasture which has been cultivated Situated about 20 chains north of Asum Gearraidh.
TOM MHIC A BHADANAICH Tom Mhic a Bhadanaich Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison, Ordce. [Ordnance] Survey
002 This is a small mainly round mossy Knoll rather high when compared with the rest of the adjacent country, its surface is much broken and affords bad pasture. There is a Trig [Trigonometrical] Station on the Summit of it Situated about 20 chains north east of Asum Gearraidh.
LOCH DROLLABHAT Loch Drollabhat Donald McFarlane Galston
Informant could not spell
John Morrison, Ordce. [Ordnance] Survey
002 This is a Shallow fresh water Loch which has been used as a Reservoir some time ago it receives at present a small nameless stream formerly it received Allt Leinabhat there flows out of it one nameless stream situated adjacent to and east of Tom Mhic a Bhadanaich.

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[Page] 61
Plan 2 D List of Names collected by Thomas O Farrell c a [civilian assistant]
Township or Parish - Barvas

Objects
Gearraidh Mhic Dhomhnuil Duibh - Ruin
Tom Mhic a Bhadanaich - Knoll
Loch Drollabhat - Loch

[Page signed] Thomas O Farrell c a [civilian assistant]
31 March 1852

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