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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NAM BREAC Loch nam Breac Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
005 This name Signifies "Loch of the Trout," and applies to a small Loch situated about a fourth of a mile South east of "Loch na h-Innse Odhair." It is the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
LOCH NAM BREAC BUIDHE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Loch nam Breac Buidhe
Loch nam Breac Buidhe
Loch nam Breac Buidhe
Loch nam Breac Buidhe
Duke of Sutherland's estate map 1853-68
Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Grudie
Mr. Neil Matheson Bealach
Mr. R. McCallum fmr [farmer] Sheigra
005 [Signifies] "Loch of the yellow Trout,"
AMHAINN NA CLAIGIONNAICH Amhainn na Claigionnaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
005 This name Signifies "Stream of the Fertile Pasture." and applies to a large Stream issuing out of "Loch Bad Nan Earb," and flowing in a north easterly direction into the "Kyle of Durness,"
ALLT BAD A' GHILLE Allt Bad a' Ghille Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
004; 005 This name signifies "Stream of the Lad's Bush, It has its Source near the western extremity of "Blàr na h-Innse Odhair," and flows in an easterly direction until it unites with "Amhainn na Claigionnaich."

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County of Sutherland.

Amhainn na Claigionnaich [Note]
Claigionnach The Head stall of a halter

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