Moidart Placenames
an eclectic collection
by John Dye

From Athol Murray's material relating to Castle Tioram:
1794 - Aulmore, possibly close to Dalilea
1797 - Ardnafuran, Arisaig
1748 - woods at Annat, Dreimloy, Craignuisk, Langoll, Ardstonaneish, Breaigg, Forsey.

Witnesses in the papers relating to Father Francis MacDonald, 1742
Knock, Kenlochuachtrich, Glenforsland, Craigvroddin, Glenalladale, Annat, Drimluy, Assary, Ellanfinand, Blain, Scardoosh, Aryen, Colis, Eagnaig, Smilman, Glenuig, Kenlochmoydart, Glengery, Inshrory, Tyrim.

Inventories, 1686 - 1700
Craigbrdan
Craigvroddine
Ulogary
Druminle
Ariran
Kenlochan
Kenlochanphich
Brinnag
Lochanis
Smirisary
Lochanin
Dorinean
Arrian

Parish Records - 1838
Duinach (Shona?)

Un-named map of west Inverness-shire probably between 1807 and 1850
Torra Ban (opposite Polloch)
Tormoe - between Dalilea and Moidart river (Torr a' Bhreitheimh?)
Lornacloich - Glenmoidart House.
Penbunachan - Old Shielfoot (Ben Bun-Abhainn?)

1881 Census
Badanraash (the late John MacDonald, Mingarry, said this name was applied to the area now known as the 'Kennels', above the Poor's House.
Altruadh - This data is given close to that of Samalaman and Smearisary.