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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dun Chifie [continued] Old Stat Acct. [Statistical Account] Contd. [Continued] from page 10
there is an elevation, which Commands a view of the Country on all sides. It is 120 ft. [feet] long & 67 broad
O.S. Act [Old Statistical Account]
GRAVE [Uaigh Chibhich] Burying Ground
Burying Ground
Burying Ground
James Smith Druimyeon More
Mr. Wotherspoon
Rd. [Reverend] Mr. Curdie Manse
222 Immediately South of Dun Chibhich is a piece of ground enclosed by a bank which tradition points out as the burial place of "Chibhich" & the wife of the Fingalian hero with whom he had run away; the form of a grave is to be seen & supposed to be that of Chibhich's

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Grave [note]
Uaigh Chibhich ? or Cill Chibhich

"Tradition says that Keefie the
King of Lochlin's son who occupied
this stronghold was killed there by
Diarmid one of Fingal's heroes with
whose wife he had run away"
New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]

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