List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
An Dróighneach
An Dróighneach
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. McKay, Shepherd, Dalnamain, Pittentrail, Rogart.
Mr. Ross, Innkeeper, Pittentrail, Rogart.
104 This name applies to a ridge about two miles in length, and situated on the Southern boundary of Strath Fleet, it is covered partly with rough and partly with heathy pasture & it signifies "The place abounding in Thorns."
His Grace the Duke of Sutherland proprietor.
ALLT AN RIDHE CHREAGAICH Allt an Ridhe Chreagaich
Allt an Ridhe Chreagaich
Allt an Ridhe Chreagaich
Robert McKay, Stratham.
Angus McKenzie, Rogart.
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass, L. L. D. [Doctor of Laws], Golspie.
104 "Burn of the rocky place" and applies to a small stream running into Allt Lochan Iain Bhuidhe from the north near Daileag an Ioin.
This name applied to the Boundary Exhibition held at Golspie Jan. [January] 22, 23, '78 [1878]

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