List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Loch Laggan
Loch Laggan
Loch an Lagain
Mr George Ross, Campbelton
Mr George Murray, Clashnashinaig
Mr Falconer Kincraig
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie
108 THis name applies to a Loch situate about 3/4 of a mile S.E. [South East] of Sleasdairidh it is about one mile in length and discharges its surplus waters by means of the river Evelix, which flows from its eastern extremity.
ALLT NA SEAN-AIRIDH Allt An t-Sionnaich
Allt An t-Sionnaich
Allt an t-Sionnaich
Allt na Sean-airidh
Allt na Sean-airidh
Allt na Sean-airidh
Alt Shinary
Mr. George Ross
Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass, Golspie
Ordnance Survey Examiner
Robert Mackay Strathan
Angus McKenzie Rogart
The Rev. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Joass Golspie
Morrison's Map of Sutherland 1852
108 This name Signifies "Stream of the Fox" and is applied to a Stream having its Source about a 1/4 of a mile W [West] of the West End of "Beinn Donuill" it flows Southwards and Enters the "River Evelix" at the E [East] end of "Loch an Lagain" this Stream is the Ph. [Parish] Boundary between the Ph. [Parish] of Dornoch and Ph. [Parish] of Creich.
Means "Burn of the old shieling". The Examiner here collected the wrong meaning which was turned into a wrong Gaelic name meaning "Burn of the Fox"- Amended discription after altering name at the Exhibition of boundaries at Golspie 22. 23 Jan. [January] 1878
[Signed] By Cap. [Captain] Macpherson R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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