List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BARR NA SAILLE Barr na Saille
Barr na Saille
Barr na Saille
Mr. Gillies
Hugh McClaven Kilmichael
Alexander McCrone
149 A tolerably high ridge of a hill North west of Kilbride. The property of John Malcolm Esqr. Sig. [Signification] Barr, a top. Saille, a fat place for feeding cattle.
CNOC AN AINGIL Cnoc na h' Aingeal
Cnoc na h' Aingeal
Cnoc na h' Aingeal
"Cnoc an Aingil"
Alexander McClauglhan Achagerran
Mr. McKay Kilbride
Mr. Gillies
The Angels' Hills
149 A middling sized and very rocky hill on the farm of Kilbride. Sig. [Signification] Cnoc, a hill. Aingeal, Angel
ST BRIDE'S CHAPEL (In Ruins) St. Bride's Chapel (in ruins)
St. Bride's Chapel (in ruins)
St. Bride's Chapel (in ruins)
St. Bride's Chapel (in ruins)
Mr. McKay
Mr. Gillies
Mr. McCrone
William Martin Esqr.
149 A small oblong building the walls of which are entire, but without a roof. On the west Gable in the inside is a tablet or tombstone to the memory of the Campbells of Rudale who had been proprietors of this district at one time. The age of this chapel is not known in the locality. "The ancient ecclesiastical condition of this parish is made known only to the present generation, by the ruins of chapels or churches scattered over it. There are one at Kilbride in the west end, Killevin near Crarae", &c &c
New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]

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