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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COILL' ACH' A' CHÙIL Coill' Ach a' Chuil
Coill' Ach a' Chuil
Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. James McBeath
044; 054 Applies to a Birch Wood Situated on the South Side of "Loch Naver" And Extending Westwards from "Ach' a' Chuil" for about 2 miles the name Signifies "Wood of the Field behind the Hill" property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
LOCH NAVER Loch Naver
Loch Naver
Loch Naver
Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. James McBeath
Mr. Hugh McKay, Dailharrold Strathnaver
An Extensive fresh water Lake Situated in "Strath Naver" and About 7 miles in length it has An Average Width of a 1/4 of a mile or So. the name is Anglicised, property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
STRATH NAVER Strarh Naver
Strath Naver
Strath Naver
Rev [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr.James McBeath
Mr. Hugh McKay, Daillharrold Strathnaver
044; 054 The following description is taken from the Statistical Account of the Ph. [Parish] of Farr. "Strathnaver is a beautiful valley, Extending from the Sea Coast in a South West direction, A Distance of about 28 miles including the ground Along the River, the Loch, And the Water or Mudale, beyond Loch Naver this valley is undoubtedly the finest and most interesting Highland district in the County of Sutherland. property property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland.

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Sutherland -- Six Inch Sheet 44

Loch Naver [Note]
On Sheets 44 & 54

Strath Naver [Note]
On Sheets 44 & 54

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