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Various Ardchattan is a parish in Argyllshire it is bounded on the North and West by the united parishes of Lismore & Appin, on the East and South-east by Glenorchy and Inishail, and on the South by a
portion of Loch Etive.
"This parish had, till lately, the district of Muckairn united to it, and the ministered serving the Cure preached on Alternate Sabbaths in the Church built for each district, the legistlative inactment for endowing additional places of Worship in the Highlands. Muckairn obtained the benefit of a minister for itself, having in 1829 being erected into a parish quoad Sacra * * One of those devoted Chistian ministers who accompanied Columba to Scotland in the year 563, was Catan, and from him, this parish derives its name, Ard-Chattan, Signifying in the gaelic language, "the height or promontory of Catan."
New Statistical Account of Scotland
Note. There is not any portion of this parish detached, nor is there any portion of any other parish contained within the Boundary of this parish.

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