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OS1/31/26/82

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Bringers Bringers
Bringers
Bringers
Mr James Leask Treawick
Mr Walter Hughson The Hamars
Mr W. Leask Isbister
039.05; 039.04 039.05; 039.05 An eminence comprehending a group of knolls, situated between "Little Water" and "Loch of Stanefield"
Little Water Little Water Mr. L. Laurenceson
Mr. Nicolson
Mr. Lisk
039.05; 039.04 This name is applied to a small loch, situated about ¾ of a mile to the north of the loch known as Loch of Huxter.
Loch of Lirister Loch of Livister Mr. L. Laurenceson
Mr. Nicolson
Mr. Lisk
039.05; 039.04 This name is applied to a loch, situated about ¼ of a mile to the north of the loch known as Loch of Huxter.
Sneugans Sneugans Mr. L. Laurenceson
Mr. Nicolson
Mr. Lisk
039.05; 039.04 This name is applied to a small hill, situated about 12 chains to the west of the loch known as Loch of Livister.

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Whalsey Island Shetland
Parish of Whalsey

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Transcriber's notes

Suspect the spelling of Mr Lisk in the Authorities should be Leask, as shown against the name "Bringers" on this page.

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