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Glen Loth
Glen Loth
Rev [Reverend] John Murray
Mr. William Sutherland
Mr. Alexander Sutherland
089 This name applies to a narrow Glen extending in a North and South direction from Lothbeg upon the South to the A'Chrasg on the North being a distance of about three miles in length and from one fourth to one half mile in width. This Glen is all under pasture there being only one Shepherds dwelling in the whole district. "This Glen possesses several objects to which the tradition of the country have given celebrity thus Cairn Bran marks the place where Ossian's dog Bran is said to have died, and been buried" together with Càrn nan Uaigh, Tobar nan Mheasain, Clack Uhic Mhios, & Carradh nan Clach, all of which are described under their respective heads. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland proprietor. Dunrobin Castle, Golspie Sutherlandshire.
CULGOWER BURN 089; 090 For Authorities & description see Name Book of 1/2500 Work of Kildonan
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