List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURIAL GROUND (Private) [Kilduskland] Family Tomb Remains of Kilduskland
Family Tomb Remains of Kilduskland
Family Tomb Remains of Kilduskland
Alexander McVicar, Kilduskland
A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch
Duncan Crawford, Glendarroch
170 A small enclosure used as a family burying ground, being the only remains of the grave yard that was attached to the Chapel made mention of in the New Stat. [Statistical] Account of the parish. I could find none in the locality who was able to point out the site of the Chapel.
"According to tradition Kilmory and Kildusclan, which is on the opposite side of Lochgilp, were served by one priest"

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This view that the enclosure
was in any way connected with
the Chapel not substantiated by
enquiry. The proprietor of
Auchindarroch states it (per
letter of 3rd Novr. [November] 1864) to have been
the family burial place of
the Campbells of Askomel
[Initialled] T. P. W

"At Kilduslan or Kildusklan on Lochgilp
there was a Chapel which existed in 1790.
& is said to have been served by the priest
who officiated at the Chapel of Kilmor on the
opposite shore of the loch."
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