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Place-names in Glengarry and Glenquoich, and their associations
Edward C Ellice
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Excerpt from Place-Names and their associations book Glengarry and Glenquoich, and Their Origin Glengarry is situated in the centre of the Highlands, and lnvergarry occupies the cen tral part of the great glen which runs across Scotland from Inverness on the east coast to Fort William on the west.
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Publication date A study of two districts in the Scottish Highlands (Glengarry and Glenquoich) in its scarce dustwrapper. Second and revised edition. Illustrated throughout with numerous plates and folding map to the rear. Including names of mountains, lakes, rivers, and villages in the area.
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Sale Date(s) 21 Mar GMT Lots: +. Since Glengarry has been settled names have been given to almost every road, crossroad, hamlet, spring, creek, swamp, etc.
The following are only a few that I have come across. In your research you may have reference to a name you will not find on any available map. I have divided the known place names into townships and where possible, put a. Place-names in Glengarry and Glenquoich, and their origin.
London: Swan Sonnenschein, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Edward C Ellice. The history of the Celtic place-names of Scotland, original cloth, 8vo Edinburgh - JOHNSTON (J.B.) Place-names of Scotland, original cloth, 8vo Edinburgh - ELLICE (E.C.) Place-names of Glengarry and Glenquoich and their associations, frontispiece, 15 plates, map at rear, bookplate of John Prebble, original cloth, 8vo London - HENDERSON (J.A.) Aberdeenshire epitaphs and.
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Place-Names of Glengarry and Glenquoich and Their Associations. Ellice, Edward C. Published by George Routledge & Sons This is not simply a translation of place-names but gives much information and anecdotes about the areas covered. This edition also includes 40 or so pages on "The Birds of Glengarry" by Murdoch Matheson.
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There is an account of him, with portrait, in Ellice's Place-names in Glengarry and Glenquoich. John M'Affie appears in Meikle Kildy, parish of Dron, (Dunblane). The name means `Black (one) of peace,' from dubh and sith (OIr.
dub + sith), and parallel names are Cusithe, `hound of peace,' and Fearsithe, `man of peace.'. Glengarry Community.
1, likes 16 talking about this. Glengarry is a country town of about residents situated just north of Tralagon in Gippsland ers: K.No, there are other ending for Latin names. The masculine names often end in 'us' and their feminine counterparts end in 'a', but there are endings such as Cato, Caesar, Agrippa, and Vindex, which do not have the 'us' ending.If a book is not as described it is returnable within 7 days of receipt for a full refund.
All prices are quoted in pounds sterling. THE PLACE-NAMES OF CUMBERLAND. English Place-Name Society Vols XX, XXI, & XXII. PLACE-NAMES OF GLENGARRY AND GLENQUOICH AND THEIR ASSOCIATIONS. £ London. George Routledge & Sons Ltd. pp. xii.