List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Neil McLucas Tenant
Mr. Campbell, P.O. [Post Office] Ledaig
New Statistical Account
087 A small croft on the East side of the main road about half a mile from "New Selma" composed of 3 houses one of which is a smithy. This name is considered to be derived from the name of the Craig. near it.
CILL CHOLUIM-CHILLE (Ruin) Kilcolm Kill (Ruin)
Kilcolm Kill (Ruin)Kilcolm Kill (Ruin)
Cill Choluim-cille or "Cill Cholum-Chille"
Statistical Account, Old
Mr. Campbell
Mr. Beaton
Appd. [Applied]
087 The base of two of the walls of this Church (i.e. the Western and Southern.) can only now be observed. It is situated beside the above Croft, and has a Burial ground still in use, but during the period that worship was conducted in the Ch [Church] the grave yard is said to have extended over the road and also comprised what is now the garden.
"At the west end of the parish, about a mile from Connell Ferry, are vestiges of the small Church of Kilcomlkill or Gilchallumkill now Kill with a Cemetry which is still in use." Ext. [Extract] "Origines Parochiales"
Sig: [Signification] "The Church dedicated to Columba"
Old Statisl. Act. [Statistical Account]

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[Note under Cill Choluim-chille:]
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