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DÙN MÒR Dun Mhor
Dun Mhor
Dun Mhor
Dùn Mòr
Sir John Ord
Mr. Aitcheson
Mr. Thomson
Correct Gaelic
171 A small but very prominent rocky hillock.
FORT [Dùn Mòr] 171 On its summit is something resembling the foundations of a building or work of art, which Mr. Aitcheson, Land Stewart says that [it] is traditionally handed down as being [the] site of a Castle or tower. The East side is very precipitous, and the [West] is the only side that the top [can] be approached and which appears to have been the entrance, as there [are] 2 small standing stones about 3 or [4] feet high much resembling gate posts [or] at least they would indicate so as they [are] placed in a kind of slack or gap [--] accessible place to the summit.

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