List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEALACH NA CREIGE DUIBHE Bealach na Creige Duibhe Reverend Mr. Joass
Mr. D. Munro Road Contractor Casheldhu by Tongue
052; 062 This name signifies the “Pass of the "Black Craig,” and applies to a hollow piece of ground lying between "Creag Dhubh "Bheag, and Creag Dhubh Mhòr. It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
UAMH A' GHARBH CHOIRE Uamh a' Gharbh Choire Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass
Mr. McDonald
Mr. William Ross, Lochmerkland
Mr. D. Ross, Kinloch
Mr. A. Cameron Rhynie
052 A cave or place of shelter where in olden times a reputed [Freeman] often took shelter while lifting Cattle, situated about half a mile South of Loch an Tuim Bhuidhe, on south side of [road] from Overscaig to to Goberanuisgach Sig: [Signification] "Cave of the Rough Hollow"

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