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who was brother of Catan, the founder of the Priory and from whom the Parish takes its name.
"About 10 minutes walk from the Priory and on the brow of the hill behind it stand the remains of the Parish church of Bal-maodan. Tradition has it that this church is more ancient than the priory but tradition is probably in this instance not correct
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The old church of St. Modan is on a hill near the north shore of Loch Etive. Its cemetery is still in use and is near the spring named St Modans well.
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