List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Rev. [Reverend] J.D. Kennedy, Rosehall
Charles Flower, Esq., Glen Cassley
Morrison's Co. [County] Map of Sutherland
Alexander McLeod, Gamekeeper, Glencassley
084 A small loch situate about a mile N.W. [North West] of "Dubh Loch Mòr" and 2 miles N.W. [North West] of "Beinn Sgeireach" Sig: [Signification] "Little black loch".
ALLT AN DUBH LOCH' BHIG Allt an Dubh Loch' Bhig
Rev. [Reverend] J.D. Kennedy, Rosehall
Morrison's County Map of Sutherland
A McLeod
084 A small stream flowing S.W. [South West] from "Dubh Loch Bhig" until it joins "Allt an Dubh Loch Mhòr". Sig: [Signification] "Burn of the little black loch".
Beinn Sgrìbhinn
Beinn Sgrìbhinn
Ben Screavie
Ben Screavie
Beinn Sgreamhaidh
Beinn Sgreamhaidh
Rev. [Reverend] J.D. Kennedy, Rosehall
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. W. Ross
Black's Map
Morrison's County Map of Sutherland
William McKay, Rosehall
Rev? [Reverend] John Falconer, Rosehall
084 Applies to an ordinary sized hill covered with heathy pasture & rock. Its situation lies about one mile to the South of Srath an Lòin. Signifies hill of the rocky face or Slope. Property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland

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County of Sutherland -- Parishes of Criech and Lairg

Dhuloch-beg [Note]
corrupted Gaelic form

Beinn Sgrìbhinn [Note]
probably a name
manufactured from a
Supposed Gaelic meaning.

Beinn Sgreanhaidh [Note]
altered on the
suggestion of Cap. [Captain] Macpherson R.E. [Royal Engineers]
4th June 1876.

Beinn Sgreanhaidh [Note]
(Gaelic form of Screavie)
probably more correct form.
William McKay, Rosehall, says it is never pronounced
Sgribhin (Scrivvin), but Screvvy."

P. Dougherty
Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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