List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Revd [Reverend] Mr McPherson. Inverary
Hugh Brodie Laglingarten
Alexander McDonald. Ardgenavan.
Donald Black. "Coilles."
"Peter Luke" at Castle
Stat [Statistical] Account.
County Directory
133.08 Dwelling houses on the farm of "Coilles".
CASTLE (Ruins of) "Castle" (In Ruins) 133.08 Near the point stands the Old Castle of "Dundarave", the walls of which are still in tolerable preservation, and are very strong. There are small turrets along the angles in the walls. The whole may be considered "in Ruins".
DUNDERAVE POINT Dundarave Point 133.08 South of the "old Castle" is a rocky projection into "Loch Fine", Known as "Dundarave Point",

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Argyllshire -- Ph [Parish] Parish of Kilmorich

Dùn-dà-ràmh "Fort of the two Oars" Gael [Gaelic] Orthography.

"The castle of Dunduramh is a large and strong tower of an irregular figure with small
turrets along the angles in the wall; but, as it is built in a low situation, it could only be a
defence against the cursory attacks of the hostile neighbours. Above the gate of the castle
is the following inscription 1596 J.MAN. Behold the end of all Benought. Wiser
than the Hiestes I trust in God." Old Stat [Statistical] Account Vol [Volume] 3 p [page] 168.

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