Township: Baugh

Map Reference: Baugh 14

Name Type:

Meaning: See Eibrig in Longships on the Sand.

Other Forms: Cnoc Eibrig - ONB p97, with Cnoc Eidhbric crossed out.

Cnoc a’ Bhàigh = Cnoc Eibrig Alasdair MacArthur, Balemartine, 1/2004

Related Places:

Information:"A dol seachad air cnoc Eabraig" - Na Baird Thirisdeach, p166.
There was a quarry here operated by Carmichael's during WW2 to extract rock for the Reef road - Angus MacLean, Scarinish, 1/1994.

Carmicheal’s were the firm that quarried in Baugh during the war. It was said that they had cracked the doctor’s monument with their blasting. Iain Chaluim MacKinnnon, Kilmoluaig, unknown date.

There was a small hut on this hillock for the Home Guard lookout in WW2 - Archie Kennedy, Crossapol, 5/1999.

Local Form:

Languages : Norse, Gaelic

Informants: Na Baird Thirisdeach, p166.

Informant 2: OS