Descriptive gazetteer entries

These other entries in our collection of descriptive gazetteers are also about Loth. You may be able to find further references to Loth in the descriptive gazetteers by doing a full-text search here.

Place Type of entry Source
Loth a coast parish Groome

This additional information from our descriptive gazetteers is for locations within the parish or parishes associated with Loth.

Place Type of entry Source
Aultkollie a very deep, tortuous, and romantic gully, traversed by a burn Groome
Cairnbran a large cairn Groome
Cairnbran large cairn Bartholomew
Craigbhockie and Craigboddich two lofty cliffs Groome
Craigbhockie and Craigboddich 2 lofty cliffs Bartholomew
Druim Dearg hill Bartholomew
Drumderg hill Bartholomew
Drumderg a prominent hill Groome
Garty, West seat Bartholomew
Glenloth a glen Groome
Glen Loth glen Bartholomew
Kintradwell place Bartholomew
Port Cower fishing village Bartholomew

Travel writing

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Traveller Section No. of Refs.
Thomas Pennant Appendix V: Of Caithness, Strathnavern, and Sutherland 5

This website includes two large libraries, of historical travel writing and of entries from nineteenth century gazetteers describing places. We have text from these sources available for these places near your location:

Place Mentioned in Travel Writing Mentioned in Hist. Gazetteer
Carn Bran 0 2
Kintradwell 0 1
Helmsdale 0 2
Brora 0 2
Navidale 0 2
Doll 0 1
Kildonan 0 2
Kilcalmkill 0 3
Ord 0 2
Ousdale 0 2
Dunrobin 0 2
Golspie 0 2
Clyne 0 2
Langwell 0 2
Berriedale 0 2
Culmaily 0 1
Littleferry 0 2
Kinbrace 0 1
Embo 0 2
Skelbo 0 2