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Sutherland, volume 16

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info
OS1/33/16/1 CAPE WRATH Cape Wrath Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 001 This name applies to the most north westerly point of land in Scotland, The coast at this point, and for several miles to the east, and west, is bold, and rocky, the Cliffs rising perpendicular at some places to a height of about four hundred feet, Previous to the erection of the Light house in the Year 1825, on this Headland mariners navigating these Seas, and who did not Know the Coast well, were often driven on to these rocks and dashed to pieces. Since the erection of the Light house, 'wrecks', are a rare occurrence in this quarter. This promontory, or headland, is on his Grace the Duke of Sutherland's property.
OS1/33/16/1 [Page] 1 County of Sutherland Cape Wrath [Note] The writing rather too small on Plan
OS1/33/16/2 UAMH CHÀM Uamh Chàm Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name signifies the "CrooKed Cave," and applies to a small Creek situated a short distance to the S [South] West of "Cape Wrath." It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/2 AMHAINN CHEARBHAIG Amhainn Chearbhaig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 The meaning of this word is not Known it applies to a stream issuing from "Loch na Gainmich," but bearing the name Allt Cnoc nan Fiadh for a short distance, thence flowing in a northerly direction until it falls into "Bagh "Chearbhaig.
OS1/33/16/2 KEARVAIG RIVER 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Kearvaig River Evander McIver Esq. factor Golspie See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113 No.8. 001
OS1/33/16/2 ACAIRSEID CHOINNICH OIG Acairseid Chonnich Oig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name signifies "anchorage of young Kenneth," it apples to a small Creek, or Bay. situated at "Cape Wrath," and within a very short distance of the Lighthouse.
OS1/33/16/2 STAC AN DÙNAIN Stac an Dùnain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name signifies "Steep Rock of the Little Heap" and applies to a low water Rock at the utmost extremity of "Cape Wrath." and within a few Chains of the Light House.
OS1/33/16/2 [Page] 2 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/3 LIGHTHOUSE [Cape Wrath] Light House Light House Light-house at Cape Wrath Lighthouse at Cape Wrath Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. New Statistical Account page 94 Index to New Statistical Account page 94 001 This name applies to a house erected by the Commissioners for Northern Lights in the year 1825. The tower, or light house proper, is of a Circular shape, and about 50. feet high, and has 24. lights 12. white, and 12, Red, revolving every minute, the house adjoining is occupied by the light Keepers, and stands at an elevation of about three hundred feet above Sea level, The property of the Commissioners of Northern Lights
OS1/33/16/3 DÙNAN MÒR Dùnan Mòr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name signifies the "Large Heap." and applies to a heathy clad Knoll, situated a short distance to the South-east of "Cape Wrath" Light House, partly the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland, & partly that of the Commissioners of Northern Lights
OS1/33/16/3 [Page] 3 County of Sutherland
OS1/33/16/4 GEODHA GLAS Geodha Glas Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass, Mr. John McKay, 001 This name signifies the "Grey Creek" and applies to a small Creek situated a short distance to the east of "Cape "Wrath "Light "House.
OS1/33/16/4 DUSLIC Duslic Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay. 001 The meaning of this word is not Known, it applies to two rocks which are situated about three fourths of a mile to the north-east of "Cape Wrath. Light House," They are entirely submerged at high water, but the place where they stand is easily Known, in Consequence of the agitated state of the water surrounding them.
OS1/33/16/4 GEODH' AN FHUARAIN Geodh' an Fhuarain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass, Mr. John McKay, 001 This name signifies the "Cave of the well." and applies to a small creek situated immediately to the east of Cape Wrath Light House.
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OS1/33/16/5 GEODHA RUADH NA FOLA Geodha Ruadh na Fola Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies the "Red Creek of the Blood." and applies to a Small Creek, or Bay, Situated about two and a half miles South of "Cape Wrath."
OS1/33/16/5 GEODHA RUADH FÀIL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Geodha Ruadh Fàil Geodha Ruadh Fàil Geodha Ruadh Fàil Mr. Robert M'Callum fmr [farmer] Sheigra Mr. Alexander Munro shepd. [shepherd] Hope, formerly Kearvaig Mr. Colin Morrison Merchant Oldshore Beg 001 [Signifies] The penfold red Creek
OS1/33/16/5 CLAIS LÙIBEACH Clais Lùibeach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies "Hollow of the Creeks, or Corners" and applies to a hollow situated at the point where "Allt na Claise Luibeich" flows into the Sea. On the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/5 CLAIS NA DOIMHNE Clais na Doimhne Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies the "Deep Hollow." and applies to a hollow Situated on the Seashore and about one mile South of "Cape Wrath." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/5 [Page] 5 County of Sutherland
OS1/33/16/6 ALLT NA CLAIS LÙIBEICH Allt na Claise Lùibeich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 001 This name Signifies Stream of the "Hollow of the "Corners," It has its Source about one. and a half miles South-east of "Cape "Wrath Light House," and flows in a South Westerly direction until it falls into The Minch [Initialled] WP
OS1/33/16/6 A' CHAILLEACH A' Chailleach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 001 These names signify "The old Wife." and "The old Man," and apply to two detached rocks a few feet apart. They are situated about a mile to the S [South] west of "Cape Wrath" and a few feet outside of Low Water Mark.
OS1/33/16/6 AM BODACH Am Bodach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 001 These names signify "The old Wife." and "The old Man," and apply to two detached rocks a few feet apart. They are situated about a mile to the S [South] west of "Cape Wrath" and a few feet outside of Low Water Mark.
OS1/33/16/6 CLAIS CHÀRNACH Clais Chàrnach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 001 This name Signifies "Hollow of the Cairns." and applies to a piece of low ground situated near the seashore and about two miles South-east of "Cape Wrath". Duke of Sutherland. property.
OS1/33/16/6 [Page] 6 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/7 GEODHA NA SEAMRAIG Geodha na Seamraig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name signifies the "Cove of the Clover," and applies to a small Creek or Bay, situated about two and a half miles eastwards of "Cape Wrath" "Light "House.
OS1/33/16/7 LOCH NA SEAMRAIG Loch na Seamraig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies "Loch of the Clover," and applies to a small Loch situated a short distance to the south, of "Geodha na Seamraig." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/7 CNOC NAN TRI-MÌLE Cnoc nan Tri-Mìle Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name signifies "Hill of the three miles," and applies to a heathy Clad Knoll situated about three miles South-east of "Cape Wrath Light House." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/7 [Page] 7 County of Sutherland Loch na Seamraig [Note] Loch nan Seamraig ? Cnoc nan Tri-Mìle [Note] accent wanted [over i-]
OS1/33/16/8 BÀGH CHEARBHAIG Bàgh Chearbhaig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name applies to a sandy Bay situate about three miles to the east of "Cape Wrath Light house." The meaning of the word is not Known,
OS1/33/16/8 KEARVAIG BAY 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Kearvaig Bay Kearvaig Bay Kearvaig Bay Evander McIver Esq. factor Scourie Mr. R. McCallum fmr. [farmer] Sheigra formerly Kearvaig Mr. A. Munro Shepherd Hope formerly Kearvaig 001
OS1/33/16/8 CEARBHAG Cearbhag Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name applies to a shepherd house situated near the seashore, and about three, or three, and a fourth miles eastwards of Cape Wrath." It is one storey in height thatched and in neat repair on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/8 KEARVAIG 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Kearvaig Evander McIver. Esq. factor. Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113. submitted to him Black's Map of Scotland 1868 001
OS1/33/16/8 CLO' CHEARBHAIG Clo' Chearbhaig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name applies to a ledge of rocks situated a short distance to the east of "Bagh Chearbhaig." The meaning of the word Chearbhaig is not Known.
OS1/33/16/8 CLO KEARVAIG Clo Kearvaig Evander McIver. Esq. factor. Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113. submitted to him Black's Map of Scotland 1868 001
OS1/33/16/8 [Page] 8 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/9 CLO' MÒR Clo' Mòr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name applies to a steep or precipitous ledge of rocks extending in an easterly direction for a distance of about two miles from "Bagh Chearbhaig," Meaning doubtful.
OS1/33/16/9 STAC A' CHLÒ Stac a' Chlò Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name applies to a detached rock rising perpendicularly out of the water, it. is situated in a small Creek or Bay about three fourths of a mile to the east of "Bagh Chearbhaig," Meaning obscure.
OS1/33/16/9 STAC CLO' CHEARBHAIG Stac Clò Chearbhaig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name applies to some rocks which are situated a short distance out from Low Water M. [Mark] and rising perpendicular out of the water to a height of some fifty. or 60. feet. and forming a very prominent feature in the locality. Meaning doubtful
OS1/33/16/9 STACK CLO KEARVAIG 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Stack Clo Kearvaig Stack Clo Kearvaig Stack Clo Kearvaig Mr. Alexander Munro shd. [shepherd] Hope formerly Kearvaig Mr. R. McCallum fmr. [farmer] Sheigra formerly Kearvaig Mr. Donald Ross shd [shepherd] Grudie 001
OS1/33/16/9 [Page] 9 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/10 ALLT DUBH Allt Dubh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies the "Black Stream." It has its source a short distance to the west of "Meall Sgribhinn." and flows in a north-westerly direction into "Bagh Chearbhaig."
OS1/33/16/10 ALLT NA LUACHRACH Allt na Luachrach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies "Stream of the Rashes." It has its Source a Short distance to the South-west of "Meall Sgribhinn." and flows in a north westerly direction until it Joins "Allt Dubh
OS1/33/16/10 ALLT LÒN AN LAOIGH Allt Lòn Laoigh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001; 004 This name Signifies Stream of the "Calf's Morass." or marsh. it has its source a Short distance to the west of the source of "Allt na Luachrach." and flows in a north-westerly direction until it joins "Amhainn "Chearbhaig.
OS1/33/16/10 [Page] 10 County of Sutherland. Allt na Luachrach [Note] Allt nan Luachrach plural?
OS1/33/16/11 AN GARBH-EILEAN An Garbh-eilean Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies "The Rough Island." and applies to an Island detached off the mainland about a fourth of a mile. It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/11 CLÉIT DHUBH Cléit Dhubh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies the "Black Ridge or Reef." and applies to a ridge of low water rocks situated a short distance to the north of "Cnoc Carn an Léim."
OS1/33/16/11 CÀRN AN LÉIM Càrn an Líem Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 001 This name Signifies "Rock of the Leap," and applies to a rocky Knoll situated near the Sea shore, and about one mile to the North-east of "Meall Sgribhinn," It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/11 [Page] 11 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/12 LEAC BUIDHE Leac Buidhe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name signifies the "Yellow Flag." and applies to some low water rocks situated a short distance to the east of "Cnoc-Carn an Leim."
OS1/33/16/12 GEODHA SLIGEACH Geodha Sligeach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name signifies the "Cave of the Drift," or Wreck, and applies to a small Creek situated at the point where "Allt na h-Airde" flows into the sea.
OS1/33/16/12 ALLT NA H-AIRDE Allt na h-Airde Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name signifies "Stream of the height. or promontory." It issues out of Loch na h-Innse Odhar," and flows in a northerly direction until it falls into the North Sea A Short distance South of "Eilean nan Cas-leac"
OS1/33/16/12 [Page] 12 County of Sutherland. Leac Buidhe [Notes] Lic Buidhe or Leacan Buidhe See Also Page 17 Leac an Fhir-Dhuirnis Lic. Perhaps is used in this locality as the plural, as it is made one syllable
OS1/33/16/13 EILEAN NAN CAS-LEAC Eilean nan Cas-leac Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies "Island of Curved or twisted Flags." and applies to an Island divided into 3 parts by two small passages of Water detached from the mainland about one fourth of a mile. and in a northerly direction from "Geodha Sligeach," It is the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/13 EILEAN NAN GLAS-LEAC 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Eilean nan Glas-leac Mr. Torquil Nicolson schoolhouse Durness Mr. George McKay Durness Mr. Hugh McKay Durnes 002 [Signifies] The gray flags or rocks.
OS1/33/16/13 CNOC CÀRN AN LÉIM Cnoc Càrn an Léim Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies "Hill of the Cairns of the Leap." and applies to a small heathy Clad hill situated a short distance to the north-east of "Meall Sgribhinn." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/13 SOC GLAS Soc Glas Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name signifies the "Grey Snout," and applies to a Small heathy Clad hill situated immediately to the west of "Cnoc Carn an Leim," his Grace the Duke of Sutherland. proprietor.
OS1/33/16/13 [Page] 13 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/14 MEALL SGRIBHINN Meall Sgribhinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002; 005 This name signifies "Hill of the Rocky Slopes." and applies to a large sized hill situated about 6 miles eastwards of "Cape Wrath." It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/14 SGRIBHIS-BHEINN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Sgribhis-bheinn Sgribhis-bheinn Sgribhis-bheinn Sgrebhisbheinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Grant Durness Mr. Donald Ross shepd. [shepherd] Grudie Mr. R. McCallum fmr. [farmer] Sheigra New Statl. [Statistical] Account of Durness ph. [parish] attached to 1/2500 N. Bk. [Name Book] Durness 002
OS1/33/16/14 A' GHOIL A' Ghoil Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name Signifies the "Place of boiling or agitated water" and applies to a small Creek, or inlet, situated near " Geodha Dubh."
OS1/33/16/14 GEODHA DUBH Geodha Dubh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name signifies the "Black Cove." and applies to a Small Creek, or Bay situated a short distance to the west of "Port Odhar."
OS1/33/16/14 [Page] 14 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/15 NORTH SEA North Sea Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. John McKay This name applies to a Considerable extent of Water Surrounding the North Coast of Scotland and Stretching Northwards as far as Iceland, and Eastwards to the West Coast of Denmark, and westward to Cape Wrath. For a further description see page 82.
OS1/33/16/15 [Page] 15 County of Sutherland -- Parish of Durness North Sea [Note] On Sheet 6
OS1/33/16/16 PORT ODHAR Port Odhar Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name Signifies the "Dun Port," and applies to a small sandy bay situated a short distance to the east of "Geodha Dubh."
OS1/33/16/16 GUALAINN A' CHÀIRN Gualainn a' Chàirn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name Signifies "Shoulder of the Cairns," and applies to a rocky point situated on the west side of the "Kyle of Durness," and near the point, or Headland, Known as "Farrid, or Faire ard,"
OS1/33/16/16 GUALAINN A' CHÀIRN Gualainn a' Chairn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002 This name occurs twice on this trace it signifies "shoulder of the Cairns," in both cases, and applies to two rocky points situated South of Port Odhar
OS1/33/16/16 [Page] 16 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/17 FAIR-AIRD Fair-aird Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 Applied to a point of land Situated about two miles to the North of Cnoc nan Sglait It is Covered with rich pasture. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland proprietor
OS1/33/16/17 AN FHARAID Hew Morrison Esqre. Edinboro' [Edinburgh] Public Liby. [Library]. 002
OS1/33/16/17 LEAC AN FHIR-DHUIRNIS Leac an Fhir Dhuirnis Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies the "Durness Men's flag" and applies to a portion of Low Water rocks Situated a little the East of "Fair-aird"
OS1/33/16/17 LEAC FIR DHUIRNIS 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894. Leac Fir Dhuirnis Leac Fir Dhuirnis Leac Fir Dhuirnis Mr. Richard McKay Durness Mr. Andrew McKay Durness Mr. George Campbell. Durness 002
OS1/33/16/17 CLACH MHÒR NA FAIR-AIRD Clach Mhor na Fair-aird Rev. [Reverend] J M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies the "Large Stone of Fair-aird" and applies to a large detached rock Situated about one fourth mile East of "Fair-aird"
OS1/33/16/17 CLACH BHEAG NA FAIR-AIRD Clach Beag na Fair aird Rev. [Reverend] J M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies the "Small Stone of Fair-aird" and applies to a detached rock Situated a Short distance West of "Clach Mhor na Fair-aird".
OS1/33/16/17 [Page] 17 County of Sutherland -- Parish of Durness Leac an Fhir Dhuirnis [Note] Lic an Fhindhuirnis or Leacan ? See page 12
OS1/33/16/18 POLL A' GHEODHA BHÀIN Poll a' Gheodha Bhàin Poll a' Gheodha Bhàin Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Golspie Mr. John McKay Leirinmhor By Durness 002 This name Signifies the "Dell of the white Creek." and applies to a Small hollow covered with pasture Situated about one fourth mile west of "Fair-aird" His Grace the Duke of Sutherland proprietor
OS1/33/16/18 GEODHA BÀN Geodha Bàn Geodha Bàn Rev. [Reverend] J M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies the "White Creek" and applies to a Creek Situated a Short distance East of "Poll a' Gheodha Bhain"
OS1/33/16/18 CNOC NAN SGLIAT Cnoc nan Sgliat Cnoc nan Sgliat Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies "Knoll of the Slate" and applies to a Small Hillock Situated a Short distance South of "Fair-aird" on the property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland
OS1/33/16/18 GOB NAN LEAC Gob nan Leac Gob nan Leac Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies the "Flaggy point" and applies to a Small point of Land Situated at the Northern extremity of "Fair-aird". His Grace the Duke of Sutherland proprietor
OS1/33/16/18 GOB NA LICE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Gob na Lice Gob na Lice Gob na Lice Mr. George McKay Durness Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon Mr. Alexander Dingwell Sangomore 002 * [Signifies] "Point of the flag" * Flaggy point - "Gob Leacach"
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OS1/33/16/19 GEODH' AN LOCHAIN Geodh' an Lochain Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. John McKay 002 This name Signifies the "Creek of the pool" and applies to a Small Creek Situated Situated about one fourth mile South of "Clach Mhòr na Fair aird"
OS1/33/16/19 [Page] 19 County of Sutherland -- Parish of Durness
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OS1/33/16/21 LOCH A' GEODHA RUAIDH Loch a' Gheodha Ruaidh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies "Loch of the Red Cove," and applies to a Small mountain loch Situated a short distance to the South-east of "Geodha Ruadh Suinn-bhaid," It is the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/21 GEODHA NAN GOBHLACHAN DUBHA Geodha nan Gobhlachan Dubha Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "Black Cove of the Forks, or Bends," and applies to a Small Creek, situated about two, and a half miles Southwards of "Cape Wrath,"
OS1/33/16/21 ALLT AN FHÀS-RUDHA MHÒIR Allt an Fhàs-rudha Mhòir Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies "Stream of the Large point," It takes its rise on the east side of "Cnoc an Daimh," and flows in a north-easterly direction until it falls into "Amhainn Chearbheag,"
OS1/33/16/21 [Page] 21 County of Sutherland. Allt an Fhàs-rudha Mhòir [Note] See Fas-bheinn page 43 - no accent on Fas
OS1/33/16/22 RUDH' AN T-SOCAICH GHLAIS Rudh' an' t-Socaich Ghlais Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies "Point of the Grey Snout," and applies to a point of land Situated about four miles to the South of "Cape Wrath." It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/22 GEODHA RUADH AN T-SEANNABHAID Geodha Ruadh Seannabhaid Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 The meaning of this word is not Known, it applies to a Small Creek, or bay. Situated a little to the South of "Rudh an t-Socàich Ghlais."
OS1/33/16/22 [Page] 22 County of Sutherland. Cnoc a' Gheodha Ruaidh [Crossed out] Cancelled [Initialled] P.D. Serjt. R.E. [Serjeant Royal Engineers]
OS1/33/16/23 THE MINCH The Minch The Minch Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. John McKay 001; 004; 013 This name applies to a portion of the Atlantic Ocean Situated between the Hebrides and the Mainland. Its Northern boundary Stretches Westwards from Cape Wrath to the Butt of Lewis, and it extends Southwards as far as the Isle of Skye.
OS1/33/16/23 ALLT A' GHOBHAIR 004; 013 See description and authorities for this name in the 9th. Division Name Book for Sheet 13.
OS1/33/16/23 MAOL MEALLACH BEAG 004; 013 See description and authorities for this name in the 9th. Division Name Book for Sheet 13.
OS1/33/16/23 MEOVALLY BEG 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Meovally Beg For Authorities see page 43
OS1/33/16/23 [Page] 23 County of Sutherland -- Parish of Durness
OS1/33/16/24 THE PARPH The Parph Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Manse Golspie Mr. John McKay Leirinvor By Durness 001; 002; 004; 005; 013 This name applies to a large district of hill pasture comprising Several Square Miles, bounded on the North by the "North Sea," on the East by the "Kyle of Durness," on the South partly by "Strath Shinary & the hills Known as "Beinn Dearg Mòr & Meall na Moine," after which it extends Eastwards & joins the "Kyle of Durness" towards it Southern extremity, there are only five dwellings in this district including the Light Keepers at "Cape Wrath"
OS1/33/16/24 COIR' A' CHOIN Coir' a' Choin Rev. [Reverend] J M. Joass Mr. John McKay 004 Applied to a Small hollow Situated a Short distance South West of Cnoc na Glaic Tarsuinn & is covered with heathy pasture and it Signifies The "Hollow of the Dog."
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OS1/33/16/25 LOCH GÉISGEACH Loch Géisgeach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 004 The meaning of this word "Geisgeach" is not Known, it applies to a medium Sized mountain loch Situated about one mile to the South of "Cnoc an Daimh," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/25 LOCH KEISGAIG 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Loch Keisgaig Evander McIver. Esq. factor Scourie See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113. submitted to him 004
OS1/33/16/25 CNOC AN DAIMH Cnoc an Daimh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "Ox's Knoll." it applies to a middling Sized hill Situated a Short distance to the South-east of "Cnoc an Ghiubhais." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/25 CNOC A' GHIUBHAIS Cnoc a' Ghiubhais Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "Fir Knoll." and applies to a considerable Sized hill covered with heathy pasture, on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/25 [Page] 25 County of Sutherland. Loch Géisgeach [Note] Geisgeach creaKing, a CreaKing noise.
OS1/33/16/26 SÌTHEAN NA H-IOLAIRE Sìthean na h-Iolaire Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "Eagles Knoll," and applies to a heathy Clad Knoll Situated a Short distance to the west of "Cnoc a' Ghiubhais," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/26 AMHAINN GÉISGEACH Amhainn Géisgeach Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 The meaning of this word is not Known, it applies to a stream issuing from Loch Geisgeach, and flowing generally in a westerly direction until it falls into "Bagha Geisgeach."
OS1/33/16/26 KEISGAIG RIVER 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Keisgaig River River Kescaig Evander McIver Esq. factor Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113. submitted to him New Stat. [Statistical] Account of Durness Ph. [Parish] attached to 1/2500 N. Bk [Name Book] Durness. 004
OS1/33/16/26 BÀGH GÉISGEACH Bàgh Géisgeach Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 The meaning of the word is not Known, it applies to a Small bay situated a little over three miles Southwards of "Cape Wrath, Light House"
OS1/33/16/26 BAY OF KEISGAIG 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Bay of Keisgaig Evander McIver factor Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113. submitted to him 004
OS1/33/16/26 [Page] 26 County of Sutherland Sìthean na h-Iolaire [Note] [Sithean] accent wanted [over i-] Bàgh Géisgeach [Note] Geisgeach, CreaKing,
OS1/33/16/27 EILEAN BULGACH Eilean Bulgach Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie Hugh McLeod Oldshore 004 An island two miles from Sandwood Beach. It has a very rocky coast, with sunken rocks Sig:- [Signification] "The bulging island"
OS1/33/16/27 EILEAN A' BHUILG 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Eilean a' Bhuilg Eilean a' Bhuilg Eilean a' Bhuilg Mr. Alexander Munro shd. [shepherd] Hope, late Kearvaig Mr. Robert McCallum fmr [farmer] Sheigra, Mr. Colin Morrison Merchant Oldshore Beg 004 [Signification] Island of the swell or surge
OS1/33/16/27 AM BUACHAILLE Am Buachaille Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie Hugh McLeod Oldshore 004 A perpendicular column of rock standing in the Sea a short distance from the promontory of that name Sig:- [Signification] "The Herd"
OS1/33/16/27 RUDH' A' BHUACHAILLE Rudh' a' Bhuachaille Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie Hugh McLeod Oldshore 004 A rocky promontory about a mile west of Sandwood Beach Sig:- [Signification] "The promontory of the herd"
OS1/33/16/27 [Page] 27 Sheet 4a -- Ph. [Parish] of Edderachylis -- County of Sutherland [Signed] John [Munro]
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OS1/33/16/29 ALLT LOCHAN A' GEODHA RUAIDH Allt Lochan a' Gheodha Ruaidh Revd. [Reverend] JM Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 This stream flows from Loch Gheodha Ruaidh into Amhainn an t-Srath Chaillich signifying "Stream of the Loch of the red Cove."
OS1/33/16/29 ALLT CNOC NA SÌTHE Allt Cnoc na Sìthe Revd. [Reverend] JM Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A small stream rising some distance to the north Cnoc Eileach na Clais signifying The "stream of the Knoll of the Fairy" and flows into Amhainn Srath na Caillich.
OS1/33/16/29 SRATH NA CAILLICH Srath na Caillich Revd. [Reverend] JM Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A long vally extending along Amhainn an t-Srath Chaillich signifying the "Valley of the old woman"
OS1/33/16/29 STRATH CHAILLACH 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Strath Chaillach Strath Chaillach Strath Chaillach Strath Chaillach Strath Chaillach Evander McIver Esq. factor Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113 submitted to him Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Grudie Mr. R. McCallum fmr. [farmer] Sheigra Duke of Sutherland's map 1853-68 004
OS1/33/16/29 CÀRN NAOMHA Carn Naomha Revd. [Reverend] JM Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Knoll situated to the south of Allt Cnoc na Sithe where it joins Amhainn an t-Srath Chaillich, signifying the "Holy hill"
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OS1/33/16/30 CNOC A' GHEODHA RUAIDH Cnoc a' Gheodha Ruaidh Revd. [Reverend] J M Joass M A [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Knoll situate nearly two miles north of Sandwood Loch signifying the "Knoll of the red Cove"
OS1/33/16/30 AMHAINN SRATH NA CAILLICH Amhainn Srath na Caillich Revd. [Reverend] J M Joass M A [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A large River the continuation of Alt a Ghobhair flowing in a westerly direction receiving Allt Bealach Coire na Caoidh, Allt Eileach na Claise, Allt Cnoc na Sithe, and Allt Lochan a Gheodha Ruaidh on the north side, and on the south Alltan Dubh, & Alltan Lionmhoir, falling into the sea at Bun Amhainn an t-Srath-Chaillich
OS1/33/16/30 STRATH CHAILLACH RIVER Strath Chaillach River Evander McIver Esq. factor Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113 submitted to him Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Grudie Mr. R. McCallum fmr. [farmer] Sheigra Duke of Sutherland's map 1853-68 004
OS1/33/16/30 [Page] 30 Sheet 4 -- Parish of Edderachylis -- County of Sutherland
OS1/33/16/31 SANDWOOD LOCH Sandwood Loch Revd. [Reverend] M'Kenzie Kinlochbervie Hugh M'Leod Fhas-thir Mhòr Map of Sutherland General Custom 004; 013 A large fresh water loch Situate about 1/2 Mile N. [North] West of Carn a Chuil and and about 1/4 Mile east of Sandwood The Northern end of this loch joins the sea at High Water and is divided from it at Low Water by a sandy Beach Known as "Traigh an t-Seannabhaid"
OS1/33/16/31 ALLT A' CHÙIL BUIDHE Allt a' Chùil Bhuidhe Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Golspie Hugh M'Leod Fhas-thir Mhor. 004; 013 "The stream of the yellow back" A mountain Stream rising on the N.E. [North East] base of Carn a' Chùil flowing in a north Westerly direction until it enters Sandwood Loch.
OS1/33/16/31 [Page] 31 Edderachylis Parish -- Co. [County] Sutherland
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OS1/33/16/33 LOCH BALL NA FÀIRE Loch Ball na Faire Revd [Reverend] J M. Joass M A [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Small Loch situate north of Fionn-leathad na Caorach Sig- [Signification] The "Loch of the Spot of Daybreak"
OS1/33/16/33 LOCHAN BEUL NA FÀIRE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Lochan Beul na Fàire Lochan Beul na Fàire Lochan Beul na Fàire Mr. R. McCallum fmr [farmer] Sheigra, Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Gruidie formerly Strathan Mr. Alexander Munro shd. [shepherd] Hope, formerly Kearvaig 004 [Signification] Small loch of the top of the height
OS1/33/16/33 ALLT CLAIS NA CAORACH Allt Clais na Caorach Revd [Reverend] J M. Joass M A [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Small stream flowing from Loch Ball na Faire into Amhainn an t-Srath Chaillich signifying "Stream of the hollow of the Sheep"
OS1/33/16/33 ALLT NA H-URCHAIRE Allt na h-Urchaire Revd [Reverend] J M. Joass M A [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004; 013 A Small Stream flowing near Fionn-leathad na Caorach into Sandwood Loch Sign. [Signification] "Stream of the Shot"
OS1/33/16/33 TRÀIGH AN T-SEANNABHAID Tràigh an t-Seannabhaid Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Golspie 004 A very large extent of Land situate between Sandwood Loch & the Sea signification Uknown
OS1/33/16/33 [Page] 33 Sheet 4 -- Parish Edderachylis -- County Sutherland Allt na h-Urchaire [Note] Sandwood Loch [Circled in Description] Beach of the Boat?
OS1/33/16/34 LOCHAN AN T-SAIC Lochan an t-Saic Revd [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A loch situate a short distance south of Carn Naomha signifying "Small Loch of the load"
OS1/33/16/34 LOCHAN NAN SAC 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Lochan nan Sac Lochan nan Sac Lochan nan Sac Mr. Alexander Munro Shd. [Shepherd] Hope late Kearvaig Mr. R. McCallum farmer Sheigra Mr. D. Ross Shd. [Shepherd] Grudie 004 [Signifying] "Small Loch of the Sacks" because horsemen used to load and unload at this place.
OS1/33/16/34 ALLT A' CHÌNN LÉITH Allt a' Chìnn Leith Revd [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A stream flowing from Lochan an t-Saic into Sandwood Loch Sig - [Signification] "Stream of the Grey head"
OS1/33/16/34 CNOC LOCHAN AN T-SAIC Cnoc Lochan an t-Saic Revd [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A large Knoll situate south of Lochan an t-Saic signifying The "Knoll of the Small loch of the Burden"
OS1/33/16/34 CNOC LOCHAN NAN SAC 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Cnoc Lochan nan Sac Mr. Alexander Munro Shd. [Shepherd] Hope late Kearvaig Mr. R. McCallum farmer Sheigra Mr. D. Ross Shd. [Shepherd] Grudie 004 [Signifying] "Knoll of the Small loch of the burdens or sacks"
OS1/33/16/34 FIONN-LEATHAD NA CAORACH Fionn-leathad na Caorach Revd [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Knoll situate a short distance south of Cnoc Lochan an t-Saic signifying The "pleasant hill side of the Sheep"
OS1/33/16/34 [Page] 34 Sheet 4 -- Parish Edderachylis -- County Sutherland
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OS1/33/16/36 ALLT BEALACH COIRE NA CAOIDHE Allt Bealach Coire na Caoidhe Revd. [Reverend] J M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A long narrow stream flowing from Bealach Coire Caoidh' into Amhainn an t-Srath Chaillich Signifying the Stream of the Pass of the Hollow of mourning
OS1/33/16/36 [Page] 36 Sheet 4 -- Parish Edderachylis -- County Sutherland Beinn Dhearg [Crossed out] Cancelled See p [page] 39. [Initialled] WP [Signed] T Gilloley CA [Civilian Assistant]
OS1/33/16/37 ALLTAN LIONMHÒR Alltan Lionmhor Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004; 013 A small stream flowing into Amhainn an t-Srath-Chaillich signification Many Streams
OS1/33/16/37 ALLTAN DUBH Alltan Dubh Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004; 013 A small stream flowing into Amhainn an t-Srath Chaillich a short distance east of Alltain Lionmhoir signifying The small black stream
OS1/33/16/37 CREAG NA GAIBHRE Creag na Gaibhre Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Knoll south of Allt Bealach Coire na Caoidh signifying The Goats rock
OS1/33/16/37 BEALACH COIRE NA CAOIDHE Bealach Coire na Caoidhe Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A hollow situate north east of Creag na Gaibhre signifying Pass of the hollow of mourning
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OS1/33/16/38 UIDH TRÀIGH AN T-SEANNABHAID Uidh Tràigh an t-Seannabhaid Revd. [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A large Stream flowing from Sandwood Loch into the sea Signification Uknown
OS1/33/16/38 BUN AMHAINN AN T-SRATH'-CHAILLICH Bun Amhainn an t-Srath'-chailich Revd. [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Small bay situated a short distance north of Traigh an t-Seanna-bhaid Signification The mouth of the River of the valley of the old woman
OS1/33/16/38 ALLT EILEACH NA CLAISE Allt Eileach na Claise Revd. [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 This stream rises near Cnoc Eileach na Clais & flows into Amhainn an t-Srath-Chaillich Signification "Burn of the Mound of the Furrow."
OS1/33/16/38 CNOC EILEACH NA CLAISE Cnoc Eileach na Claise Revd. [Reverend] J M Joass M.A. [Master of Arts] Angus McKay Achriesgill 004 A Knoll situate some distance north of Creag na Gaibhre signification "Hill of the Mound of the Furrow"
OS1/33/16/38 [Page] 38 Sheet 4 -- Parish Edderachylis -- County Sutherland [Signed] T Gilloley CA [Civilian Assistant]
OS1/33/16/39 BEINN DEARG BHEAG Beinn Dearg Bheag Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "little Red Hill," and applies to a medium Sized hill Situated about 6 miles Southwards of "Cape Wrath." It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/39 BEALACH COIR' A' CHOIN Bealach Coir' a' Choin Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004; 013 This name Signifies "pass of the Dog's Hollow." and applies to a hollow or pass Situated about half a mile to the South of "Beinn Dhearg Bheag." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/39 BEALACH CNOC NA FÉITHE Bealach Cnoc na Féithe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. Leirinvore, Durness. Sutherlandshire 004 This name Signifies "Pass of the Knoll of the Strath." and applies to a hollow, or pass. situated about one, and a fourth miles to the North-West "Beinn Dhearg Bheag." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/39 BEALACH CNOC NA H-UIDHE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Bealach Cnoc na h-Uidhe Mr. R. McCallum fmr [farmer] Sheigra Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Grudie Mr. Neil McMathieson late sh. [shepherd] Bealach 004 [Signification] "Pass of the Knoll of the Stream."
OS1/33/16/39 [Page] 39 County of Sutherland. Beinn Dhearg Bheag [Note] Beinn Dearg Bheag [Initialled] WP D - after not aspirated Bealach Coir' a' Choin [Note] (obsolete)
OS1/33/16/40 ALLT BEALACH CNOC NA FÉITHE Allt Bealach Cnoc na Féithe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies "Stream of the Pass of the Marsh Knoll." It issues near the north east end of "Bealach Cnoc na Féithe." and flows in a South-Westerly direction until it joins a stream bearing the name of Allt Cnoc na Sithe. It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/40 ALLT BEALACH CNOC NA H-UIDHE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Allt Bealach Cnoc na h-Uidhe Mr. R. McCallum fmr [farmer] Sheigra Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Grudie Mr. Neil McMathieson late sh. [shepherd] Bealach 004
OS1/33/16/40 [Page] 40 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/41 CREAG RIABHACH NA GLUGAICHE Creag Riabhach na Glugaiche Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass, Mr. John McKay, 004 The name Signifies "Brindled Rock of the Noise or Gabble" and applies to a heathy Clad hill situated about one mile to the north west of "Cnoc na Glais Tarsuinn," and a short distance to the S [South] west of "Loch Glugaiche", It is on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/41 CNOC NAN GOBHLACHAN DUBHA Cnoc nan Gobhlachan Dubha Corrected by Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "Black Knoll of the Forks, or Binds," and applies to a rocky hillock situated about two, and a half miles South of "Cape Wrath," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/41 LEATHAD AN ARMAILTE 004 For Authorities and description See Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 13
OS1/33/16/41 [Page] 41 County of Sutherland
OS1/33/16/42 ALLT BROCACH Allt Brocach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "Speckled or Greyish Stream," it issues from Loch na Glugaich" and flows in an northerly direction until it falls into Amhainn Chearbhaig,"
OS1/33/16/42 ALLT CNOC NAM FIADH Allt Cnoc nam Fiadh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name signifies stream of the "Deer's Knoll." and applies to a stream issuing from "Loch na Gainmhich." and flowing in a north-westerly direction until it joins "Amhainn Chearbhaig,"
OS1/33/16/42 LOCH NA GLUGAICHE Loch na Glugaiche Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name signifies "Loch of the Noise or Gabble," and applies to a small sheet of water Situated a short distance to the north west of "Loch na Glaic Tarsuinn." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/42 LOCHAN NA GLAMHAICHD 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Lochan na Glamhaichd Lochan na Glamhaichd Lochan na Glamhaichd Mr. Kenneth Matheson Bealach Mr. Alexander Munro Shd. [Shepherd] Hope formerly Kearvaig Mr. Mr. MacCallum fm. [farmer] Sheigra formerly Kearvaig 004 Local Pronunciation
OS1/33/16/42 [Page] 42 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/43 MAOL MEALLACH Maol Meallach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name Signifies the "Poled or Humel hill," and applies to a Small heathy Clad hill situated a short distance to the north of "Fas Bheinn," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/43 MAOVALLY 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Maovally Maovally Maovally Maovally Mr. Alexander Munro shd. [shepherd] Hope formerly Kearvaig Mr. R. McCallum fmr. [farmer] Sheigra, formerly Kearvaig Duke of Sutherland's Estate Map 1853-68 Black's Guide to Scotland 1868. 004 Meaning obscure. (Local pron. [pronunciation] followed)
OS1/33/16/43 FAS-BHEINN Fàs-bheinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004; 005 The meaning of this word is not Known. it applies to a large heathy clad hill Situated about five miles to the South-east of "Cape Wrath,"
OS1/33/16/43 FASHVEN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Fashven Fashven Fashven Fashven Evander McIver Esq. factor Scourie Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Grant Durness. Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Grudie Black's Guide to Scotland 1868. 004; 005
OS1/33/16/43 LOCH NA GLAIC TARSUINN Loch na Glaic Tarsuinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 The name Signifies Loch of the "Oblique Defile, or Dell," and applies to a middling Sized mountain Loch situated a short distance to the north-west of "Loch na Gainmhich." on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/43 [Page] 43 County of Sutherland Fashven [Note] On Sheet 4 & 5
OS1/33/16/44 LOCH NA GAINMHICH Loch na Gainmhich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name signifies the "Sandy loch," and applies to a large mountain loch situated about half a mile to the north-east of "Cnoc na Glaic Tarsuinn," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/44 ALLT NA BRUACHAIN DUIBHE Allt na Bruachain Duibhe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004; 005 This name signifies stream of the "Little Black Brae," it has its source a short distance to the east of "Cnoc na Glaic Tarsuinn," and flows in an easterly direction until it Joins "Allt Lòn na Béiste,"
OS1/33/16/44 CNOC NA GLAIC TARSUINN Cnoc na Glaic Tarsuinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004 This name signifies "Knoll of the Black Brae," and applies to a heathy Clad hill situated a short distance to the South east of "Beinn Dhearg Bheag," on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/44 [Page] 44 County of Sutherland. Loch na Gainmhich [Note] Loch na Gainimh Would it not be better use the shortest form of spelling Allt na Bruachain Duibhe [Notes] Allt a' Bhruachain Duibh ? On Sheet 5 Diminutives in an are generally masculine Allt na Bruachain Duibhe sounds to the ear as if it were the plural the speaker would mean to imply
OS1/33/16/45 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,
OS1/33/16/45 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,"
OS1/33/16/45 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,"
OS1/33/16/45 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."
OS1/33/16/45 [Page] 45 County of Sutherland. Amhainn na Claigionnaich [Note] Claigionnach The Head stall of a halter
OS1/33/16/46 LOCH NA H-INNSE ODHAIR Loch na h-Innse Odhair Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies "Loch of the Dun Pasture," and applies to a large Sheet of water Situated about 7. miles South-east of "Cape Wrath," and immediately N [North] of the 7th. Mile Stone from "Cape Wrath" It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/46 INNISODHAR Innis Odhar Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies the "Dun Pastures," and applies to a Shepherds house Situated about 7 miles South-east of "Cape Wrath," and about 8 chains West of "Loch na h-Innse Odhair" It is one storey high thatched and in fair repair, on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/46 [Page] 46 County of Sutherland. Cnoc na Bà Ruaidhe [Crossed out] Cancelled [Initialled] MP
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OS1/33/16/48 BLÀR NA H-INNSE ODHAIR Blàr na h-Innse Odhair Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies "Moss of the Dun Pasture." and applies to a large tract of low. mossy. Rough Pasture Ground Situated about 8. miles South east of "Cape Wrath." It is on the property of his Grace , the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/48 LOCH BAD NAN EARB Loch Bad nan Earb Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies "Loch of the Roes Bush." and applies to a middling Sized Loch situate about one and three fourth miles South of "Cnoc na Bà Ruidhe," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/48 LOCH BAD AN FHEUR-LOCH 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Loch Bad an Fheur-loch Loch Bad an Fheur-loch Loch Bad an Fheur-loch Mr. Donald Ross shd. [shepherd] Grudie Mr. R. McCallum fmr [farmer] Sheigra born at Dall Mr. Neil Mathieson Bealach 005 [Signifies] "Loch of the thicket or tuft of the grassy loch"
OS1/33/16/48 [Page] 48 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/49 CNOC NA BÀ RUAIDHE Cnoc na Bà Ruaidhe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002; 005 This name Signifies "Knoll of the Red Cow," and applies to a heathy clad hill Situated on the west shore of the "Kyle of Durness," It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/49 DAIL Dail Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name applies to a Shepherds house situated near the place where the "Amhainn Na Claigionnaich," falls into the "Kyle of Durness," It is one storey in height, slated, and in neat repair, on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/49 DALL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Dall Evander McIver. Esq. factor Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 114 submitted to him 005
OS1/33/16/49 BÀGH BAILE NA CILLE Bàgh Baile na Cille Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 002; 005 This name applies to a Bay Situated immediately north of the "Kyle of Durness" It is a shallow, sandy, bay not having more than Eight or Nine feet of water at full tide, and being entirely bare at low water.
OS1/33/16/49 BALNAKEIL BAY 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Balnakeil Bay Evander McIver. Esq. factor Scourie. See Name list of 1-inch sh. [sheet] 114. submitted to him Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Grant Durness. 002; 005
OS1/33/16/49 [Page] 49 County of Sutherland. Cnoc na Bà Ruaidhe [Notes] Cnoc nam Bo Ruadha [Circled] Cows [in Remarks] Plural? Cnoc nam Bo Ruadha
OS1/33/16/50 EILEAN DUBH Eilean Dubh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies the "Black Island," and applies to a Small Island situated on the east side of the "Kyle of "Durness, and at the Southern extremity of Bagh Baile na Cille It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/50 ACHAMOR Achamor Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name applies to a house situated on the west side of the "Kyle of Durness," It is one storey in height, slated, and in neat repair, on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/50 ACHMORE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Achmore Evander McIver Esq. factor Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 114 submitted to him 005
OS1/33/16/50 A' CHLÉIT A Chléit Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name is applied to a rock Situated near the point, or headland, on the East of Bàgh Baile na Cille
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OS1/33/16/51 LÒN NA BÉISTE Lòn na Béiste Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies "Marsh of the Beast." and applies to a Small piece of low mossy ground extending from the Junction of "Allt na Bruachain Duibhe," and "Allt Lòn na Béiste," on to Loch Airidh na Beinne the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/51 LEACACH Leacach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 004; 005 The name Signifies "the place of Flags." or abounding in "Flags, the name applies to a rocky hill Situated a Short distance Southwards of "Fas-Bheinn," on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/51 ALLT LOCH AIRIDH NA BEINNE Allt Loch Airidh na Beinne Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies "Stream of the Loch of the Hill Shieling," It issues from "Loch Airidh na Beinne." and flows in a north-easterly direction into "Loch Bad nan Earb."
OS1/33/16/51 [Page] 51 County of Sutherland. Leacach [Circled note] An Leacach
OS1/33/16/52 LOCH AIRIDH NA BEINNE Loch Airidh na Beinne Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 This name signifies "Loch of the Hill Sheiling," and applies to a large sheet of water situated about half a mile to the South-east of "Fas-Bheinn," It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/52 BEINN A' BHACAIDH Beinn a' Bhacaidh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 The meaning of this word is not Known. it applies to a middling Sized hill situated a short distance to the east of "Càrn Breac," On the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/52 BEN AKIE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Ben Akie Evander McIver. Esq. factor Scourie. See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 114. submitted to him Rev [Reverend] Mr. Grant Durness. 005
OS1/33/16/52 ALLT LÒN NA BÉISTE Allt Lòn Béiste Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005; 014 This name Signifies "Stream of the Marsh of the Beast," and applies to a stream, having its source a short distance to the South-east of "Càrn Breac," and flowing in a northerly direction until it disembogues itself into "Loch Airidh na Beinne,"
OS1/33/16/52 [Page] 52 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/53 CNOC A' BHRÀGHAD Cnoc a' Bhràghad Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 This name Signifies "Knoll of the neck or Connection." It is situated on the west side of the "Kyle of Durness," On the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/53 ALLT COIR' A' PHRIS GHIL Allt Coir' a' Phris Ghil Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005; 014 This name Signifies Stream of the "Hollow of the White Bush." It has its source a short distance to the west of "Beinn an Amair." and flows in a South easterly direction into the Kyle of Durness.
OS1/33/16/53 [Page] 53 County of Sutherland. Cnoc a' Bhràghad [Note] Cnoc a' Bhraghaid A' Mhòine [Crossed out]
OS1/33/16/54 CÀRN BREAC Càrn Breac Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 This name Signifies the "Spotted Cairn." and applies to a Small heath clad hill Situated a Short distance Southwards of "Leacach" on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/54 BEINN AN AMAIR Beinn an Amair Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 This name Signifies "Hill of the Ridge or Channels" and applies to a heathy clad hill Situated on the west side of the "Kyle of Durness" It is on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland,
OS1/33/16/54 ALLTAN DEARG Alltan Dearg Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 This name Signifies the "Red Stream " and applies to a stream having its source a short distance to the west of "Beinn an Amair," and flowing in a north-easterly direction into the "Kyle of Durness,"
OS1/33/16/54 [Page] 54 County of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/55 COIR' A' PHRIS GHIL Coir' a' Phris Ghil Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 This name applies to a hollow Situated a Short distance Southwards of "Beinn an Amair" "It Signifies the Hollow of the White Bush"
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OS1/33/16/57 ALLT SMOO Allt Smoo Allt Smoo Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005; 006 This name applies to a stream issuing from "Loch Meadaidh," and flowing in an northerly direction into the "Cave of Smoo." a short distance to the east of the Village of Durness.
OS1/33/16/57 PICTISH TOWER (Remains of) [Kyle of Durness] Pictish Tower (Remains of) Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 005 This name applies to the remains of a pictish Tower Situated adjacent to the East Shore of the Kyle of Durness and about one mile West of the hill Known as "Cnoc an Daimh" the interior of the Circle is covered with pasture the Slope on the east side being the chief feature remaining
OS1/33/16/57 BROUGH [Kyle of Durness] Archaoelogia Scotica Vol5. p.1. p.191. [Volume 5. Part 1. page 191.] 005
OS1/33/16/57 [Page] 57 County of Sutherland. Allt Smoo [Note] On margin of Sheet 5
OS1/33/16/58 ALLT ACH' A' CHORRAIN Allt ach' a' Chorrain Allt ach' a' Chorrain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005; 014 A meaning of this word is not Known, it applies to a stream having its Source about one mile South of "Meall Meadhonach." & entering the Kyle of Durness about one mile North of Sarsgrum.
OS1/33/16/58 CNOC AN DAIMH Cnoc an Daimh Cnoc an Daimh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 005 This name Signifies the "Oxes Knoll," it applies to a Small heathy clad hill situated on the north-west side of Loch Meadaidh. On the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland
OS1/33/16/58 LOCH MEADAIDH Loch Meadaidh Loch Meadaidh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Golspie Mr. John McKay. Leirinvore, Durness, Sutherlandshire. 005 The meaning of this word is not Known, it applies to a Considerable Sized mountain Loch Situated about two miles to the South east of the Village of Durness. It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/58 LOCH MEADIE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Loch Meadie (ang. [anglicised] form adopted to agree with other Loch names in spelling) Duke of Sutherland's Map. 1853-68 Admiralty Chart. 2076 005
OS1/33/16/58 [Page] 58 County of Sutherland. Allt ach' a' Chorrain [Note] On Sheet 14
OS1/33/16/59 SARSGRUM Sarsgrum Sarsgrum Revd. [Reverend] J M Joass Golspie Mr. John McKay Leirinmhor, By Durness. 005; 014 This name applies to a Small district including a Shepherds dwelling as well as some pasture & Arable land. This was formerly tenanted by Several families but the whole is now under sheep. Name anglicised Property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/59 [Page] 59 County of Sutherland -- Parish of Durness
OS1/33/16/60 KYLE OF DURNESS 005; 014 For Authorities and Description see Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 14
OS1/33/16/60 ALLT NA TRÀGHA 006; 015 See Sheet 15 for Authorities and description
OS1/33/16/60 A' MHÒINE 006; 007; 015; 016; 024; 025 See Sheet 16 for Authorities and description
OS1/33/16/60 ALLT INNIS A' CHÒINICH 007; 016 See Sheet 16 for Authorities and description
OS1/33/16/60 ALLT INNIS CHOINNICH 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894. 007; 016 See Sheet 16 for Authorities and description
OS1/33/16/60 FÀIR DHUBH 007; 016 See Sheet 16 for Authorities and description
OS1/33/16/60 ALLT NAM BREAC BUIDHE 007; 016 See Sheet 16 for Authorities and description
OS1/33/16/60 LOCH EIREBOLT 006; 015; 023; 024 See Sheet 15 for Authorities and description
OS1/33/16/60 LOCH ERIBOLL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 006; 015; 023; 024 See Sheet 15 for Authorities and description
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OS1/33/16/61 CEANN GEAL BEAG (obsolete) 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Ceann Geal Beag Ceann Geal Beag Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 The name Signifying "The lesser White Headland" is applied to a Headland, Situated at the Mouth of Loch Eireboll on the East Side and N [North] of Cnoc Ard an Tionail
OS1/33/16/61 CEANN GEAL MÒR Ceann Geal Mòr Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 Signifies "Larger White Head" and is applied to a prominent and well Known Headland Situated along the Coast of the North Sea about 1/4 of a mile North w [west] of "Cnoc Ard an Tionail."
OS1/33/16/61 WHITEN HEAD 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894. Whiten Head Whiten Head Whiten Head Whiten Head Whiten Head Whiten Head New Statistical Account of Durness Ph. [Parish] see text attached to 1/2500 N. Bk [Name Book] Durness Rev. [Reverend] Mr Grant Durness Mr Donald McKay Portnancon Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Lundie Tongue Mr. George McKay W. [West] Strathan. Admiralty Chart 1954 & 2076 006
OS1/33/16/61 BODACH DEARG Bodach Dearg Bodach Dearg Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 Signifies "The Red Old Man" and is applied to a large and very prominent outlying Rock Situated adjacent to the point of "Ceann Geal Mòr"
OS1/33/16/61 STAC BÀN Stac Bàn Stac Bàn Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 Signifies "The White Pinnacles" and applies to two outlying High Water Rocks, Situated a short distance West of "Ceann Geal Mòr"
OS1/33/16/61 STACAN BÀNA Stacan Bàna 006
OS1/33/16/61 [Page] 61 Sutherland -- 6 Inch -- Sheet 6 Stacan Bàna [Note] The plural evidently [Initialled] WP
OS1/33/16/62 MOL MHÒR Mol Mhòr Mol Mhòr Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro 006 Applies to a Cove or Bay Situated along the Coast between "Ceann Geal Mòr" and Ceann Geal Beag" the name Signifies "The larger Cove."
OS1/33/16/62 RUDH' ARD AN TIONAIL Rudh' Ard an Tionail Rudh' Ard an Tionail Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro 006 Signifies "High Headland of the Gathering" and is applied to a prominent promontory forming a Minor Headland of "Ceann Geal Beag."
OS1/33/16/62 RUDH' ÀRD AN T-SIÙIL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Rudh' Àrd an t-Siùil Mr. William McKay Inverhope Mr. Neil MacKay Hope Ferry Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon Mr. James Grant Shd. [Shepherd] Freisgill 006 Point of the eminence height of the Sail. so called because the Cliff resembles a sail from Sea
OS1/33/16/62 GEODHA DEARG Geodha Dearg Geodha Dearg Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro 006 Signifies the "Red Cove" and is applied to a Bay or Cove Situated on the East Side of "Ceann Geal Mòr".
OS1/33/16/62 GEODH' A' BHÀTHAICH Geodh' a' Bhàthaich Geodh' a' Bhàthaich Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro 006 This name Signifying the "Cove of the Byre" is applied to a large Cove Situated South of and adjacent to "Ceann Geal Beag."
OS1/33/16/62 [Page] 62 Sutherland -- 6 Inch -- Sheet 6 Mol Mhòr [Note] Mal. Mol, A beach
OS1/33/16/63 TRÀIGH NA H-UAIDH Tràigh na h-Uaidh Tràigh na h-Uaidh Revd [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 006 This name Signifies "Sand of the Cave," and applies to a Small Sandy Beach Situated near "Cnoc nan Uamh."
OS1/33/16/63 RUDHA NA GRÌOSAICH Rudha na Grìosaich Rudha na Grìosaich Revd [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 006 This name Signifies "point of the Burned Embers," and applies to a Small point, or promontory, Situated a Short distance to the east of "Traigh na h-Uaidh." This on the property of his grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/63 CNOC NAN UAMH Cnoc nam Uamh Cnoc nam Uamh Revd [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 006 This name Signifies "Knoll of the Coves," and applies to a Small heathy Clad Knoll, Situated a Short distance westwards of "Traigh na h-Uaidh," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/63 BEALACH BEAG 006 For Authorities and Description See Name Book of 6 inch Sheet 15
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OS1/33/16/64 CEANN'ABEINNE Ceann'abeinne Ceann'abeinne Revd [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name applies to a Shepherds house Situated about three miles to the east of Durness. It is one storey in height slated, and in neat repair. on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland. The name Signifies "Head of the Hill"
OS1/33/16/64 CLAIS CHÀRNACH Clais Chàrnach Clais Chàrnach Revd [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "hollow of the Stones or rocks." It is Situated on the S [South] side of Ceannabeinne Shepherds house, on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/64 BEINN CEANN'ABEINNE Beinn Ceann'abeinne Beinn Ceann'abeinne Revd [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "Summit of the Head of the hill," It applies to a medium Sized heathy Clad hill Situated a Short distance to the north west of "Loch na Duille," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/64 [Page] 64 County of Sutherland [Note] Beinn Ceann na Beinne suggested to the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass but not approved of by him [Initialled] P.D. Serjt. R.E. [Serjeant Royal Engineers]
OS1/33/16/65 ALLT A' BHEALAICH BHIG Allt a' Bhealaich Bhig Allt a' Bhealaich Bhig Allt a' Bhealaich Bhig Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro Cashel Dubh By Alltnahana Mr. George McKay Portnacon 005; 006; 015 This name applies to a Stream having its Source in the Hollow Known as Bealach Beag, and after running in a North-westerly direction for a distance of about one and one half miles it enters Allt Smoo adjacent to Loch Meadaidh It Signifies the Stream of the little pass or hollow
OS1/33/16/65 GEODHA NAM BÀIRNEACH For authorities and description of this name see Name Book "1/2500" Ph. [Parish] Durness. p [page] 26.
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OS1/33/16/67 LOCH NA DUILLE Loch na Duille Loch na Duille Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "Loch of the Leaf," and applies to a Small loch Situated a Short distance to the South east of "Beinn Ceannabeinne," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/67 LOCH DUAL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Loch Dual Loch Dual Loch Dual Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon Mr. Murdo McKay Laid-loch Eriboll Mr. George Campbell Laid-loch Eriboll Duke of Sutherland's Map 1853-68 006 Meaning obscure (Local pron. [pronunciation])
OS1/33/16/67 EILEAN CLÙIMHRIG Eilean Clùimhrig Eilean Clùimhrig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 006 The meaning of this word is not Known. it applies to two Small Islands situated near the mouth of "Loch Eiriboll," and about half a mile to the North E [East] of Rispond Bay. on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/67 KLOURIG 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Klourig Klourig Klourig (generally) Mr. Robert Dingwall Sangobeg Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon Mr. Neil McKay Hope Ferry Duke of Sutherland's Map 1853-68 Admiralty Chart. 1954, 2076 006 Local pronunciation
OS1/33/16/67 LOCH UAIGNEACH Loch Uaigneach Loch Uaigneach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 006 This name Signifies the "Solitary or lonely Loch." It applies to a Small loch Situated on the west side of Loch Eireboll, and about half a mile South of Rispond Bay, on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/67 LOCH UAIGH YAGAIDH 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894. Loch Uaigh Yagaidh Mr. Robert Dingwall Sangobeg Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon Mr. Neil McKay Hope Ferry Duke of Sutherland's Map 1853-68 Admiralty Chart. 1954, 2076 006
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OS1/33/16/68 CNOC NAM BRÀIGH Cnoc nam Bràigh Cnoc nam Bràigh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "Knoll of the heights or Summits" and applies to a medium Sized hill situated a short distance to the S [South] west of Rispond Bay on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/68 ALLT CALGACH Allt Calgach Allt Calgach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 006 This name signifies the "Prickly or Bristly stream". It has its source about half a mile to the South-west of Cnoc nam Braigh." and flows in an northerly direction until it falls into the Sea about three miles west of Durness, at Tràigh an Uillt Chalgaich.
OS1/33/16/68 TRÀIGH AN UILLT CHALGAICH Tràigh an Uillt Chalgaich Tràigh an Uillt Chalgaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass Mr. John McKay 006 This name signifies "Sand of the prickly stream" It applies to a small Sandy Beach situated a short distance to the west of Rudh na Daimh.
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OS1/33/16/69 BÀGH AN IME Bàgh an Ime Bàgh an Ime Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies the "Butter Bay." and applies to a Small Creek, or bay, Situated a little to the west of "Rudha an Aigeinn."
OS1/33/16/69 RUDH' AN AIGEINN Rudh' an Aigeinn Rudh' an Aigeinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "point of the Abyss, or Depth and applies to a point, or headland, Situate a Short distance northwards of Rispond Bay, On the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/69 RUDH' AN ÀIGEICH 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894. Rudh' an Àigeich Rudh' an Àigeich Rudh' an Àigeich Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon (Gaelic Scholar) Mr. Murdo McKay Laid Loch Eriboll Mr. George Campbell Laid Loch Eriboll 006
OS1/33/16/69 RISPOND BAY Rispond Bay Rispond Bay Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay 006 This name applies to a Small bay or inlet, affording good anchorage, It is situated on the west side of Loch Eireboll, and near to entrance or mouth of the Loch. It is frequently resorted to in Stormy weather as a place of shelter, by small Craft trading round this coast.
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OS1/33/16/70 RUDH' AN DAIMH Rudh' an Daimh Rudh' an Daimh Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies the "oxes point," it applies to a Small point or headland a Short distance to the west of Rispond farm house on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/70 BÀGH NAM MAIGHDEALAG Bàgh nam Maighdealag Bàgh nam Maighdealag Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "bay of the Whelks." and applies to a Small bay situated a short distance to the n [north] west of Rispond farm house.
OS1/33/16/70 RUDHA CREAG lAIN Rudha Creag Iain Rudha Creag Iain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "John's rocky point." and applies to a rocky promontory situated a few hundred yards west of Rispond Bay, on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/70 AN DUBH-SGEIR An Dubh-Sgeir An Dubh-Sgeir Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name applies to a rocky Island situated about one half mile North East of Eilean Hoan, there is no vegetation on this Island. It signifies the "Black rock Surrounded by the Sea."
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OS1/33/16/71 RISPOND Rispond Rispond Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name applies to a large farm house Situated on the west side of Loch Eireboll. It is one storey in height slated, and in good repair. There has also been a fish curing establishment erected near the farm house, but it is only used when herring are caught in great quantities in Loch Eireboll. The whole is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/71 RUDHA ELSPET Rudha Elspet Rudha Elspet Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies "Elspet's point," and applies to a point of land on the west Shore of Loch Eeriboll. It is Situated a Short distance to the South-east of Rispond Bay, Duke of Sutherland's property,
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OS1/33/16/72 BÀGH UAIGNEACH Bàgh Uaigneach Bàgh Uaigneach Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name Signifies the "Solitary or lonely bay," It is situated on the west Shore of "Loch Eireboll." about one fourth of a mile South of "Rispond Bay.
OS1/33/16/72 BÀGH UAIGH YAGAIDH 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Bagh Uaigh Yagaidh Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon Mr. Murdo McKay Laid Loch Eriboll Mr. George Campbell Laid Loch Eriboll 006 meaning very obscure
OS1/33/16/72 RUDHA NA CREIG' AIRDE Rudha na Creig' Airde Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 This name signifies "point of the high Craig," and applies to a rocky promontory situated on the south side of "Rispond Bay," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/72 EILEAN HOAN Eilean Hoan Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass. Mr. John McKay. 006 The meaning of this word is obscure and applies to an Island Situated at the Entrance of Loch Eireboll, it is about one mile in length and about one fourth mile in breadth formerly this Island Supported four families but is now under sheep pasture. there is a site of a burying ground Shown on this Island but has been disused for the last forty years. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor
OS1/33/16/72 ISLAND HOAN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Island Hoan Duke of Sutherland's Map 006 Anglicised form adopted
OS1/33/16/72 GRAVE YARD (Site of) [Eilean Hoan] 006 there is a site of a burying ground Shown on this Island but has been disused for the last forty years.
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OS1/33/16/74 ALLT LOCH NAN RIBHEIDEAN Allt Loch nan Ribheidean Allt Loch nan Ribheidean Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 This name Signifying, "Burn of the Loch of the Reeds" is applied to a Stream flowing North and West out of the North End of "Loch nan Ribheidean" and Entering "Loch Eireboll"
OS1/33/16/74 ALLT LOCH NA RA'FIN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Allt Loch na Ra'fin 006 Local pronunciation [Reed] a sort of rush for thatch (provincial)
OS1/33/16/74 LOCH NA BÈISTE Loch na Bèiste Loch na Bèiste Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 Signifies "Loch of the Beast" and applies to a Small lake Situated about a mile North of "Loch nan Ribheidean.
OS1/33/16/74 CNOC NA BÈISTE Cnoc na Bèiste Cnoc na Bèiste Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 Signifies: "Knoll of the Beast" and is applied to a Small Eminence Situated S.E. [South East] of and close to "Loch na Bèiste"
OS1/33/16/74 CNOC AN EICH Cnoc an Eich Cnoc an Eich Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 This name Signifies "Knoll of the Horse" and is applied to a Small Eminence Situated between the North End of "An Criochan" and "Loch Eireboll".
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OS1/33/16/75 GEODHA RAINEACH Geodha Raineach Geodha Raineach Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Mr. Donald Munro 006 This name Signifies "Cove of the BracKens" And is Applied to a Small Cove Situated on the East Side of "Loch Eireboll" immediately below E [East] of Cnoc an Eich".
OS1/33/16/75 AN CRÌOCHAN An Crìochan An Crìochan Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Mr. Donald Munro 006 This name Signifying "The Landmark" is Applied to a large low Knoll Situated between "Cnoc an Eich" and Cnoc an Uillt" Tharsuinn".
OS1/33/16/75 AN CREACHAN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 An Creachan An Creachan An Creachan Mr. James Grant shd. [shepherd] Freisgill Mr. George Ross Keeper Hope Ferry Mr. Robert McKay W. [West] Strathan 006 [Signifying] The hard rock surfaced hilltop so called from the bare stony surface of the ground, such being always called "Creachan"
OS1/33/16/75 CNOC AN UILLT THARSUINN Cnoc an Uillt Tharsuinn Cnoc an Uillt Tharsuinn Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Mr. Donald Munro 006; 007; 015; 016 This name Signifies "Knoll of the Burn of the Crossing" and is applied to a prominent Hill Situated on the South Side of "Allt a' Choin Duibh"
OS1/33/16/75 LOCH NAN RIBHEIDEAN Loch nan Ribheidean Loch nan Ribheidean Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass. Mr. Donald Munro 006 This name Signifying "Loch of the Reeds (a Kind of rush used for thatch)" is Applied to a Small lake. situated a Short distance North East of "An Croichan."
OS1/33/16/75 LOCH NA RA'FIN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Loch na Ra'fin (Local pron. [pronunciation]) Mr. Robert McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. James Grant Shd. [Shepherd] Freisgill 006
OS1/33/16/75 [Page] 75 Sutherland -- Six Inch Sheet 6 An Criochan [Note] accent wanted An Crìochan
OS1/33/16/76 GEODH' A' BHRIDEOIN Geodh' a' Bhrideoin Geodh' a' Bhrideoin Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 This name the Signification of which is obscure is Applied to a Small Cove Situated between "Rudha Ard an Tionail" and Geodh' a' Bhathaich".
OS1/33/16/76 CNOC ARD AN TIONAIL Cnoc Ard an Tionail Cnoc Ard an Tionail Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 Signifies the "High Hill of the Gathering" and is applied to a prominent Eminence Situated about 3/4 of a Mile South of "Ceann Geal Mòr".
OS1/33/16/76 CNOC ÀRD AN T-SIÙIL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Cnoc Àrd an t-Siùil Cnoc Àrd an t-Siùil Cnoc Àrd an t-Siùil Cnoc Àrd an t-Siùil Mr. William McKay Inverhope Mr. Neil MacKay Hope Ferry Mr. Donald McKay Portnancon Mr. James Grant Shd. [Shepherd] Freisgill 006 [Signifies] * hill of the height of the Sail so called because one part of the cliff resembles a Sail from the sea
OS1/33/16/76 FREASGEAL Freasgeal Freasgeal Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness. 006 Applies to a Shepherds dwelling situated near the East Shore of "Loch Eireboll" it is One Storey high. Thatched and in fair repair. property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
OS1/33/16/76 FREISGILL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894. Freisgill John Box Esq. factor Tongue See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 114 submitted 006
OS1/33/16/76 UAMH FHREASGIL Uamh Fhreasgil Uamh Fhreasgil Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, Shoemaker Sgianach, Melness 006 Applies to An Extensive Cavern Situated In the face of the Cliffs on the East Side of Loch Eireboll directly West of the dwelling House of Freasgeal. This Cavern is Said to Measure 1/2 a Mile in length and is at the Entrance 50 feet by 20 feet wide, the position of the Cave could not be properly fixed on the O.S. [Ordnance Survey] Plans, but the name is written opposite where the Cave was pointed out to be.
OS1/33/16/76 FREISGILL CAVE 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894. Freisgill Cave John Box Esq. factor Tongue See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 114 submitted 006
OS1/33/16/76 [Page] 76 Sutherland -- Six Inch Sheet 6 Uamh Fhreasgil [Note] [Spelling] Corrected by the Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie
OS1/33/16/77 GEODHA NAM BÀIRNEAG Geodha nam Bàirneag Geodha nam Bàirneag Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name Signifying "Cove of the Barnacle". is applied to a Small Cove Surrounded by precipitous rocks, Situated along the Coast of the North Sea, about 2 miles East of "Ceann na Geal" or the Whiten Head.
OS1/33/16/77 GEODHA NAN EUN Geodha nan Eun Geodha Eun Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name Signifying "Cove of the Birds" is applied to a Cove Situated about 12 Chains East of Geodha nam Bàirneag, And like it Surrounded by precipitous rocks on three Sides
OS1/33/16/77 GEODH NAN AIDHEAN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Geodha nan Aidhean Geodha nan Aidhean Mr. George McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. Robert McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George Gunn Talmine 007 [Signifying] "Cove of the Hinds"
OS1/33/16/77 STAC GEODHA NAN EUN Stac Geodha nan Eun Stac Geodha nan Eun Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name Signifying "Pinnacle of the Birds Cove" is applied to a very high and precipitous Peak of Rock. Situated on the East of "Geodha nan Eun" and forming the East Side of that Cove.
OS1/33/16/77 STAC GEODH NAN AIDHEAN 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Stac Geodh nan Aidean Mr. George McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. Robert McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George Gunn Talmine 007 [Signifying] "Pinnacle of the hinds' Cove"
OS1/33/16/77 ALLT CLAIS NA H-EIRE GIL Allt Clais na h-Eire Gil Allt Clais na h-Eire Gil Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name the Signification of which is obscure is applied to a Stream having its Source on the East End of "Cnoc a' Bhaid-bheithe", it flows North and Enters the North Sea, at "Geodha nam Bàirneag.
OS1/33/16/77 ALLT CLAIS EIRIGILL 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Allt Clais Eirigill Mr. George McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. Robert McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George Gunn Talmine 007
OS1/33/16/77 [Page] 77 Sutherland -- Six Inch Sheet 7 Allt Clais na h-Eire Gil [Note] [Eire Gil] better written as one word when its meaning is not inderstood
OS1/33/16/78 LOCHAN RIABHACH Lochan Riabhach Lochan Riabhach Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 This name Signifying the "Little Brindled Lake," is applied to a Small Lake Situated about 3/4 of a mile West of "Cnoc a' Bhaid-bheithe."
OS1/33/16/78 ALLTAN RIABHACH Alltan Riabhach Alltan Riabhach Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 This name Signifying "The Brindled Streamlet" is applied to a Small Stream flowing N [North] out of "Lochan Riabhach" and Entering the "North Sea," about 1/2 a mile West of "Geodha nam Bàirneag"
OS1/33/16/78 LOCH NAN EUN Loch nan Eun Loch nan Eun Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 Signifies "Lake of the Birds" and is applied to a Small Lake. Situated near the Coast about a 1/4 of a mile S.E. [South East] of "Stac Geodha nan Eun".
OS1/33/16/78 CLÉIT AN T-SEABHAIG Cléit an t-Seabhaig Cléit an t-Seabhaig Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 Applies to an immense pinnacle of Rock in the form of a promontory Situated along the Coast of the "North Sea" and forming the East Side of "Geodha nam Bairneag" and the West Side of "Geodha nan Eun." It Signifies "Rocky Eminence of the Hawk."
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OS1/33/16/80 RUDHA THORMAID Rudha Thormaid Rudha Thormaid Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name Signifying "Normans Promontory". is applied to a Small rocky promontory Situated along the Coast of the "North Sea" about 1/2 a mile N.W. [North West] of "Geodha Bratain"
OS1/33/16/80 ALLT RUDHA THORMAID Allt Rudha Thormaid Allt Rudha Thormaid Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name Signifying "Stream of Normans Point" is applied to a Small Stream having its Source about 1/2 a mile inland, and flowing North till it Enters the North Sea at the promontory from which it derives its name.
OS1/33/16/80 GEODHA BRATAIN Geodha Bratain Geodha Bratain Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name Signifying the "Flagged Cove" is applied to a Small bay along the Coast of the North Sea about 1/2 a mile S.E. [South East] of Rudha Thormaid.
OS1/33/16/80 GEODHA BRAT 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Geodha Brat Mr. Robert McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George Gunn Talmine Every body 007 * Meaning obscure *In accordance with local pronunciation
OS1/33/16/80 ALLT GEODHA BRATAIN Allt Geodha Bratain Allt Geodha Bratain Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name Signifying "Stream of the Flagged Cove" is applied to a Stream having its Source on the N.E. [North East] Side of "Beinn Thutaig" and flowing N.E. [North East] till it Enters the North Sea at the Cove from which it derives its name.
OS1/33/16/80 Allt Geodha Brata 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Allt Geodha Brata Mr. Robert McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George McKay W. [West] Strathan Mr. George Gunn Talmine Every body 007
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OS1/33/16/81 LOCH NA H-UAIGHE 007 For Authorities and Description see 1/2500 Name Book of Tongue Parish
OS1/33/16/81 ALLT GARBH 007 For Authorities and Description see 1/2500 Name Book of Tongue Parish
OS1/33/16/81 ALLT A' BHÀTHAICH 007 For Authorities and Description see 1/2500 Name Book of Tongue Parish
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OS1/33/16/82 NORTH SEA North Sea North Sea North Sea Morrisons Map of Sutherland Mr. Telford, Skerry Mains Mr. James Munro, Fisherman Upper Talmine This name applies to a portion of the "Atlantic Ocean" forming throughout the Entire length (The Ph. [Parish]) the Northern Boundary of the Ph. [Parish] of Tongue. the coast throughout is very precipitous, Especially from the "Kyle of Tongue" Westward to the Western Boundary of the Parish. There are a few Islands Situated a Short distance off the Coast of various Sizes, named respectively "Eilean nam Ròn" "Rabbit Islands" "Sgeir an Oìr" "Eilean Co'omb" "Meall Chaluim" "Eilean a' Chaoil" and "An Innis" the first four are the principal Islands and only one of them is inhabited viz - "Eilean na Ròn" upon which there are a few Crofts with little Cultivation.
OS1/33/16/82 [Page] 82 Sutherland -- Ph. [Parish] of Tongue North Sea [Note] See page 15 for this name
OS1/33/16/83 LOCHAN NA SEILG Lochan na Seilg Lochan na Seilg Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 Signifies "Loch of the Hunting" and is applied to two Small Lakes situated on "Beinn Thutaig."
OS1/33/16/83 LOCHAN NA GLAIC Lochan na Glaic Lochan na Glaic Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 Signifies "Little Lake of the Hollow" and is applied to a Small Lake situated about 1/2 a mile N.W. [North West] of the West End of "Cnoc a' Bhaid-bheithe"
OS1/33/16/83 BEINN THUTAIG Beinn Thutaig Beinn Thutaig Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 This name the Signification of which is obscure, is applied to a very prominent and Rocky Eminence, being the largest Hill in this district.- about 1300 feet in height
OS1/33/16/83 ALLT LOCHAN NA SEILG Allt Lochan na Seilg Allt Lochan na Seilg Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 This name Signifying Stream of the Hunting Lochs" is applied to a Stream flowing North and East out of "Lochan na Seilge" and Entering Loch na h-Uaighe."
OS1/33/16/83 LOCH NAN CLACH GEALA Loch nan Clach Geala Loch nan Clach Geala Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass Mr. Donald Munro 007 Signifies Loch of the White Stones and is applied to a Small Lake Situated a Short distance S.W. [South West] of "Loch na h-Uaighe."
OS1/33/16/83 [Page] 82 Sutherland -- 6 Inch Sheet 7 Lochan na Seilg [Spelling Note] Seilge
OS1/33/16/84 CNOC A' BHAID-BHEITHE Cnoc a' Bhaid-bheithe Cnoc a' Bhaid-bheithe Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness. 007 This name the Signification of which is Obscure, is applied to a long flat Knoll Situated about a mile West of "Beinn Thutaig" the Watershed of this Knoll forms the Boundary between the Phs. [Parishes] of Tongue & Durness.
OS1/33/16/84 ALLTAN A' CHOIN DUIBH Alltan a' Choin Duibh Alltan a' Choin Duibh Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness 007 Signifies "Stream of the Black Dog" and is applied to a Stream having its Source from the North Lake of the two called "Lochan nam Breac Buidhe" it flows West and Enters "Allt na Tragha" a short distance up that Stream before it Enters "Loch Eireboll".
OS1/33/16/84 LOCHAN NAM BREAC BUIDHE Lochan nam Breac Buidhe Lochan nam Breac Buidhe Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness 007 Signifies "Loch of the Yellow Trout" and is applied to two Small Lakes Situated at the North End of "Fair Dhubh."
OS1/33/16/84 LOCH FADA Loch Fada Loch Fada Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie Mr. Donald Munro, ShoemaKer Sgianach, Melness 007 Signifies the "Long Loch" and applies to a Small Lake situated adjacent to and on the opposite Side of the Watershed from "Lochan nam Breac Buidhe"
OS1/33/16/84 [Page] 84 Sutherland -- Six Inch Sheet 7 [Signed] A.B. Coddington Cap. R.E. [Captain Royal Engineers]
OS1/33/16/85 [Page] 85 [Volume] 16 OS1/33/16 NAME BOOK OF PART OF THE PARISHES OF EDDERACHYLIS, DURNESS & TONGUE In 6 inch Sheets Nos 1,2,4,4A,5,6,&7. In Co. [County] Sutherland [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE * SOUTHAMPTON * 29 Apr.1903
OS1/33/16/86 [Page] 86 INDEX 1,2,4,4a,5,6,&7 Name of Objects -- Page Acairseid Choinnich Oig -- 2 Achmore -- 50 A' Chailleach -- 6 A' Chléit -- 50 A' Ghoit -- 14 A' Mhòine -- 60 Allt a' Bhàthaich -- 81 Allt a' Bhealaich Bhig -- 65 Allt Ach' a' Chorrain -- 58 Allt a' Chìnn Leith -- 34 Alltan a' Choin Duibh -- 84 Allt a' Chùil Bhuidhe -- 31 Alltan Dearg -- 54 Alltan Dubh -- 37 Allt an Fhàs-rudha Mhòir -- 21 Allt a' Ghobhair -- 23 Alltan Lionmhòr -- 37 Alltan Riabhach -- 78 Allt Bad a' Ghille -- 45 Allt Bealach Cnoc na h-Uidhe -- 40 Allt Bealach Coire na Caoidhe -- 36 Allt Brocach -- 42 Alt Calgach -- 68 Allt Clais Eirigill -- 77 Allt Cnoc nan Fiadh -- 42 Allt Cnoc na Sìthe -- 29 Allt Coir' a' Phris Ghil -- 53 Allt Dubh -- 10 Allt Eileach na Claise -- 38 Allt Garbh -- 81 Allt Geodha Bratain -- 80 Allt Innis Choinnich -- 60 Allt Lochan a' Gheodha Ruaidh -- 29 Allt Lochan na Seilg -- 83 Allt Loch Airidh na Beinne -- 51 Allt Loch na Ra'fin -- 74 Allt Lòn an Laoigh -- 10 Allt Lòn na Bèiste -- 52 Allt na h-Airde -- 12 Allt nam Breac Buidhe -- 60 Allt na Bruachain Duibhe -- 44 Allt na Clais Lùibeich -- 6 Allt na Luachrach -- 10 Allt na Tràgha -- 60 Allt na h-Urchaire -- 33 Allt Rudha Thormaid -- 80 Allt Smoo -- 57 Am Bodach -- 6 Am Buachaille -- 27 Amhainn Chearbhaig -- 2 Amhainn Géisgeach -- 26 Amhainn na Claigionnaich -- 45 Amhainn Srath na Caillich -- 30 An Creachan -- 75 An Dubh-sgeir -- 70 An Garbh-eilean -- 11 Bay of Keisgaig -- 26 Bàgh an Ime -- 69 Balnakeil Bay -- 49 Kearvaig Bay -- 8 Bàghnam Maighdealag -- 70 Bàgh Uaigh Yagaidh -- 72 Bealach Beag -- 63 Bealach Cnoc na Fèithe -- 39 Bealach Cnoc na h-Uidhe -- 39 Bealach Coir' a' Choin -- 39 Bealach Coire na Caoidhe -- 37 Beinn an Amair -- 54 Ben Akie -- 52 Beinn Ceannabeinne -- 64 Beinn Dhearg Bheag -- 39 Beinn Thutaig -- 83 Blàr na h-Innse Odhair -- 48 Bodach Dearg -- 61 Bun Amhainn an t-Srath-chaillich -- 38 Cape Wrath -- 1 Càrn an Léim -- 11 Càrn Breac -- 54 Càrn Naomha -- 29 Ceannabeinne -- 64 Ceann Geal Beag --61 (obsolete] Ceann Geal Mòr -- 61 Kearvaig -- 8 Clach Bheag na Fair-aird -- [17] Clach Mhòr na Fair-aird -- [17] Clais Chàrnach -- [6] Clais Chàrnach -- [64] Clais Lùibeach -- [5] Clais na Daimhne -- [5] Cléit an t-Seabhaig -- [78] Cléit Dhubh -- [11] Clo Kearvaig -- 8 Clo' Mòr -- [9] Cnoc Ard an Tionail -- [76] Cnoc' Ard an t-Siùil -- 76 Cnoc a' Bhaid-bheithe -- 84
OS1/33/16/87 [Page] 87 INDEX [Continued] Name of Objects -- Page Cnoc a' Bhràghad -- 53 Cnoc an Daimh -- 25 Cnoc an Diamh -- 58 Cnoc an Eich -- 74 Cnoc a' Gheodha Ruaidh -- 30 Cnoc an Uillt Tarsuinn -- 75 [Cnoc] Càrn an Léim -- 13 [Cnoc] Eileach na Claise -- 38 Cnoc Lochan nan Sac -- 34 [Cnoc] na Ba' Ruaidhe -- 49 [Cnoc na] Béiste -- 74 [Cnoc nam] Bràigh -- 68 [Cnoc na] Glaic Tarsuinn -- 44 [Cnoc nan] Gobhlachan Dubha -- 41 [Cnoc nan] Sgliat -- 18 [Cnoc nan] Tri-mile -- 7 [Cnoc nan] Uamh -- 63 [Coir' a'] Choin -- 24 Coir' a' Phris Ghil -- 55 Creag na Gaibhre -- 37 Creag Riabhach na Glugaiche -- 41 Dall -- 49 Dùnan Mòr -- 3 Duslic -- 4 Eilean a' Bhuilg -- 27 Eilean Dubh -- 50 Island Hoan -- 72 Eilean nan Glas-leac -- 13 An Fharaid -- 17 Fair Dhubh -- 60 Fashven -- 43 Fionn-leathad na Caorah -- 34 Freisgill -- 76 Geodha Bàn -- 18 Geodh' a' Bhàthaich -- 62 Geodh' a' Bhrideoin -- 76 Geodha Brat -- 80 Geodha Dearg -- 62 Geodha Dubh -- 14 Geodh' an Fhuarain -- 4 Gheoda Glas -- 4 Geodh' an Lochain -- 19 Geodh' nam Bàirneag -- 77 Geodha nam Bàirneach -- 65 Geodh nan Aidhean -- 77 Geodha Ruadh Fàil -- 5 Geodha nan Gobhlachan Dubha -- 21 Geodha Raineach -- 75 Geodha Ruadh an t-Seannabhaid -- 22 Geodha na Seamraig -- 7 Geodha Sligeach -- 12 Gob na Lice -- 18 Grave Yard (Site of) -- 72 Gualainn a' Chàirn -- 16 Gualainn a' Chàirn -- 16 Innisodhar -- 46 Kearvaig River -- 2 Keisgaig River -- 26 Kyle of Durness -- 60 Klourig -- 67 Leacach -- 51 Leac Fir Dhuirnis -- 17 Leac Buidhe -- 12 Leathad an Armailte -- 41 Lighthouse -- 3 Loch Airidh na Beinne -- 52 Loch a' Gheodha Ruaidh -- 21 Lochan nan Sac -- 34 Lochan nam Breac Buidhe -- 84 Lochan na Glaic -- 83 Lochan na Seilg -- 83 Lochan Riabhach -- 78 Loch Bad an Fheur-loch -- 48 Lochan Beul na Faire -- 33 Loch Eriboll -- 60 Loch Fada -- 84 Loch Keisgaig -- 25 Loch Meadie -- 58 Loch na Béiste -- 74 Loch nam Breac -- 45 Loch nan Clach Geala -- 83 Loch Dual -- 67 Loch nan Eun -- 78 Loch na Gainmhich -- 44 Loch na Glaic Tarsuinn -- 43 Loch na Glamhaichd -- 42 Loch na h-Innse Odhair - 46 Loch na Ra'fin -- 75 Loch na Seamraig -- 7 Loch na h-Uaighe -- 81 Loch Uaigh Yagaidh -- 67 Lòn a' Béiste -- 51 Maovally -- 43 Maovally Beg -- 23 Meall Sgribhinn -- 14 Mol Mhòr -- 62
OS1/33/16/88 [Page] 88 INDEX [Continued] Name of Objects -- Page North Sea -- 15 Pictish Tower (Remains of) -- 57 Port Odhar -- 16 Poll a' Gheodha Bhain -- 18 Rispond -- 71 Rispond Bay -- 69 Rudh' an Aigeich -- 69 Rudh' Ard an t-Siùl -- 62 Rudh' a' Bhuachaille -- 27 Rudh' an Daimh -- 70 Rudh'-an t-Socaich Ghlais -- 22 Rudha Creag Iain -- 70 Rudha Elspet -- 71 Rudha na Griosaich -- 63 Rudha na Creig' Airde -- 72 Rudha Thormaid -- 80 Sandwood Loch -- 31 Sarsgrum -- 59 Sgribhis-bheinn -- 14 Sìthean na h-Iolaire -- 26 Stac a' Chlo' -- 9 Stac an Dunain -- 2 Stacan Bàna -- 61 Stack Clo Kearvaig -- 9 Stac Geodh nan Aidhean -- 77 Sic Glas -- 13 Strath Chaillach -- 29 The Minch -- 23 The Parph -- 24 Tràigh an t-Seannabhaid -- 33 Tràigh an Uillt Chalgaich -- 68 Tràigh na h-Uaidh -- 63 Uamh Chàrn -- 2 Freisgill Cave -- 76 Uidh Tràigh an t-Seannabhaid -- 38 Whiten Head -- 61 Brough -- 57