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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CNOC A' BHÙTHAIN Cnoc a' Bhùthain Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie
Donald Munro Scourie
039 A hill about half a mile east from Scourie more and on the west side of Leathad nan Cruineachd Sig:- [Signification] "Knoll of the small Booth"
LEATHAD NAN CRUINEACHD Leathad nan Cruineachd Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie
Donald Munro Scourie
039 A hillside extending from Cnoc na Ceaora Glaise in a north wasterly direction about half a mile sig [signification] unknown
CNOC NA CAORACH GLAISE Cnoc na Caorach Glaise Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie
Donald Munro Scourie
039 A hill south of Cnoc a' Bhùthain sig:- [signification] "Knoll of the Gray Ewe"
CNOC CLAIS AN UISGE Cnoc Clais an Uisge Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie
Donald Munro Scourie
039 A Knoll a short distance west of Cnoc a' Bhuthain Sig:- [Signification] "Knoll of the hollow of the water"

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Sheet 39 Plan 2
Ph [Parish] Edderachylis -- County Sutherland

Cnoc na Caorach Glaise [note] Gen. sing. [Genitive singular] Caorach or Caoir The latter now rarely used

[Signed] John Munro

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