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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SUIL NAN CÀORACH Suil nan Càorach Donald McFarlane Galson
Informant could not spell
John Morrison, Ordce. [Ordnance] Survey
002 A narrow strip of Rough pasture which appears to have been a marsh, And which is still very soft. It is situated near the Free Church, and has three small enclosures at its south end.
TOM NA SPREIDHE Tom na Spreidhe Donald McFarlane Galson
Informant could not spell
John Morrison, Ordce. [Ordnance] Survey
002 A small hill which produces good mossy pasture. It is flat, and circular, and the road leading from Stornoway to Ness passes over its summit.
ALLT LEINABHAT Allt Leinabhat Donald McFarlane Galson
Informant could not spell
John Morrison, Ordce. [Ordnance] Survey
002 A small stream which flows out of Loch Leinabhat into Feadan Lebidal. It contains but little water and is partly underground.

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Plan 2 D List of Names collected by 2nd Corpl. [Corporal] Hayes
Township or Parish - Barvas

Objects
Suil nan Càorach - hollow
Tom na Spreidhe - hill
Allt Leinabhat - stream

[Page signed] Michael Hayes
2nd Corp RS&M [Corporal Royal Sappers and Miners]
20th March 1852

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