Argyll volume 27

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/2/27/1 SOUTH KNAPDALE South Knapdale South Knapdale South Knapdale South Knapdale South Knapdale South Knapdale South Knapdale New Stat: [Statistical] Account Old Stat: [Statistical] Account Fullarton's Gazetteer Sherriff's Returns Oliver & Boyd's Almanac County Map County Directory Various "In Gaelic "Knap" means hill, and "Daill" a plain, a field, or a dale. "Knapdale", therefore, signifies a District of country composed of hills and dales. The name is derived from, and is descriptive of, the appearance of that part of the country of which South Knapdale forms a portion. The district of Knapdale is divided into two parishes, the one north, the other south, to distinguish them according to their relative geographical position. South Knapdale is bounded on the north by North Knapdale; on the north-east by Kilmichael Glassary; and Lochgilphead; on the east & southeast by Loch Fine, East Loch Tarbert, & West Loch Tarbert; on the south by the parish of Kilberry; and on the west, by the Sound of Jura. The ancient name of the parishes of North Knapdale & South Knapdale when united was Kilvicocharmaig. They were disjoined about the year 1730.
OS1/2/27/1 Page 1 There is no portion of this Parish detached nor is there any portion of any other parish contained within the boundary of this Parish
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OS1/2/27/3 DHAILL Dhaill Dhaill Dhaill Dhaill Mr. Martin, factor, Kilmartin Mr. Duncan Cunningham Cairnbaan Mr. Dougal Black Cairnbaan Mr. McGilp, Shepherd Lochgilphead 160 A farmhouse with offices attached, property of J. Malcolm Esqr. Poltalloch
OS1/2/27/3 BLACK ROCK Black Rock Mr. Martin, factor, Kilmartin Mr. Duncan Cunningham Cairnbaan Mr. Dougal Black Cairnbaan Mr. McGilp, Shepherd Lochgilphead 160 A prominent rock on an elevated portion of ground a little to the South of Cairnbaan
OS1/2/27/3 CARN BÀN Cairn Baan Mr. Martin, factor, Kilmartin Mr. Duncan Cunningham Cairnbaan Mr. Dougal Black Cairnbaan Mr. McGilp, Shepherd Lochgilphead 160 The remains of a large mound of earth & stones, a little to the south east of Cairnbaan Inn. I was Over [continued on page 4]
OS1/2/27/3 [Page] 3 160-11 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/4 Cairn Baan [continued from page 3] informed by the authorities quoted that, Dr. Hunter residing in Lochgilphead excavated a portion of it, and found a quantity of human bones. There is another mound immediately to the west of this one having the appearance of being one of the same kind; it was partially excavated also, but nothing was found to prove that it was such. Signification Fair Cairn.
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OS1/2/27/5 CARNDUBH BURN Cairn Dubh Burn Cairn Dubh Burn Cairn Dubh Burn Mr. Martin factor, Kilmartin Mr. Duncan Cunningham, Cairnbaan Mr. McGilp Shepherd, Lochgilphead 160 A mountain stream rising out of the Glen Loch, and running in a north easterly direction till it falls into the Crinan Canal.
OS1/2/27/5 CREAG GHLAS Creag Glass Mr. Martin, factor, Kilmartin Mr. Duncan Cunningham Cairnbaan Mr. McGilp, Shepherd Lochgilphead 160 A prominent rocky ridge on the estate of J. Malcolm Esqr. Poltalloch Signification. Gray Craig.
OS1/2/27/5 [Page] 5 160-11 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire Carndubh Burn [note] Correct Gaelic Creag Ghlas [note] Correct Gaelic
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OS1/2/27/7 CRAIGGLASS Craigglass Craigglass Craigglass Craigglass Neill McCallum, occr. [occupier] A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch Mr. John Gillies Achahoish Mr. Martin, Kilmartin House 160 A farmhouse with offices attached, property of J. Malcolm Esqr. Poltalloch
OS1/2/27/7 CRAIG GLASS BURN Craig Glass Burn Craig Glass Burn Craig Glass Burn A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch Neill McCallum Mr. Martin, factor, Kilmartin House 160 A mountain stream gathering in the moors to the west of Lochgilphead, and flowing in a north easterly direction till it falls into the Crinan canal, a little to the south of Craigglass
OS1/2/27/7 BADDEN Badden Authorised & described in Name Book for South Knapdale Ph [Parish] See Plan 160-12 Ph. [Parish] of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/7 BADDEN BURN Badden Burn Authorised & described in Name Book for South Knapdale Ph [Parish] 160-12 Ph. [Parish] of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/7 CRINAN CANAL Crinan Canal Authorised & described in Name Book for South Knapdale Ph [Parish] 160-12 Ph. [Parish] of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/7 [Page] 7 160-12 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire [Note] Craigglass Burn On 160 6 Inch [Note] Badden Badden Burn Crinan Canal Please insert these in Name Book O M T
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OS1/2/27/11 AUCHINDARROCH Auchindarroch Auchindarroch Auchindarroch Auchindarroch Alexander Campbell Esqr. Pro. [Proprietor] Mr. Millar, Oakfield Br. [Bridge] Dr. [Doctor] Hunter, Lochgilpd [Lochgilphead] Estate Plan 160 A small but fine mansion having a garden: offices: and some ornamental ground attached. The property and family residence of Alexander Campbell Esq.
OS1/2/27/11 [Page] 11 160-16 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
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OS1/2/27/13 KINDROCHIT Kindrochit Kindrochit Kindrochit Dr. [Doctor] Hunter Occr. [Occupier] Alexander Campbell Esqr. Sir John Ord 160 A fine dwelling house with offices and garden attached, the property of Alexander Campbell Esqr. of Auchindarroch
OS1/2/27/13 OAKFIELD BRIDGE Oakfield Bridge Oakfield Bridge Oakfield Bridge Canal Documents Alexander Campbell Esqr. Sir John Ord 160 A Wooden, Draw or Swing bridge over the Crinan Canal a little S. [South] West from Kindrochit
OS1/2/27/13 ARTILLERY VOLUNTEER BATTERY [Kindrochit] Artillery Volunteer Battery Artillery Volunteer Battery Artillery Volunteer Battery Mr. McLaughlan Alexander Campbell Esqr. Sir John Ord 160 A small Battery mounted with 2 cannon for the use of the Artillery Volunteers
OS1/2/27/13 [Page] 13 Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
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OS1/2/27/15 BRACKLY Brackly Brackly Brackly Duncan Brayen occr. [occupier] Angus Sinclair occr. [occupier] A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch 170 A farmhouse with offices attached, property of A. Campbell Esqr. of Auchandarroch
OS1/2/27/15 CALMAN VILLA Calman Villa Calman Villa Calman Villa A. Campbell Esqr. Mr Bamford Mr. Hay, Glengilp Distillery 170 A dwelling house with offices and garden attached, property of Mr. Bamford Tighnacraig
OS1/2/27/15 TIGHNACRAIG Tighnacraig Tighnacraig Tighnacraig Mr Bamford occr. [occupier] A. Campbell Esqr. Mr. Hay. 170 A dwelling house with garden attached; property of Mr. Bamford.
OS1/2/27/15 HAZELBURN COTTAGE Hazelburn Cottage Hazelburn Cottage Hazelburn Cottage Mr. McDonald occr. [occupier] Mr. Trail Mr. Hay 170 A dwelling house with garden attached, property of Mr. Trail Glendarroch
OS1/2/27/15 [Page] 15 170-4 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/16 GLENBURN COTTAGE Glenburn Cottage Glenburn Cottage Glenburn Cottage Mrs. Lochead, occr. [occupier] & proprietor A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch A. McVicar, Kilduskland 170 A fine dwelling house with offices attached, property of Mrs. Lochead
OS1/2/27/16 LOCH GILP Loch Gilp Loch Gilp Loch Gilp J. G. Campbell Esqr., Castleton Sir J. Ord, Kilmory A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch 170 A loch branching off Loch Fine, and extending to Lochgilphead. "Lochgilp and Lochgair are two small branches off Lochfine, about 6 miles distant, the latter being little more than a well protected bay, while the former is about a mile and a half in length, but is so shallow as not to be navigable for boats of any burden during low water". N. S. [New Statistical] Account
OS1/2/27/16 CNOC ODHAR Cnoc Odhar Cnoc Odhar Cnoc Odhar Duncan McBrayen, Bracklay Angus Sinclair, Bracklay Mr. Bamford 170 A hill on the estate of Auchandarroch. Signiffication, Dun Coloured Hill
OS1/2/27/16 [Page] 16 170-4 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire [Note] Loch Gilp On 170/8
OS1/2/27/17 ROCK BANK COTTAGE Rockbank Cottage Rockbank Cottage Rockbank Cottage Gate Mrs. Ferguson occr. [occupier] & proprietor Mr Bamford, Tighnacraig 170 A dwelling house with offices attached, property of Mrs. Ferguson
OS1/2/27/17 ARDRISHAIG HOTEL Ardrishaig Hotel Ardrishaig Hotel Ardrishaig Hotel Mr. Johnston occr. [occupier] Sign Board Mrs. Ferguson 170 A commodious house with offices attached, affording the ordinary accommodation to travellers; property of Malcolm of Poltalloch
OS1/2/27/17 KILDUSKLAND Kilduskland Kilduskland Kilduskland Mr. John McCallum, Kilduskland A. Campbell, Esqr. Mr. Bamford 170 This name is applied to 4 dwelling houses with pendicles attached; property of A. Campbell Esqr. of Auchandarroch
OS1/2/27/17 [Page] 17 170-4 --Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/18 CNOC BREAC Cnoc Bhreac Cnoc Bhreac Cnoc Bhreac Cnoc Bhreac Duncan Brayen, Bracklay Duncan Crawford, Glendarroch John McCallum, Kilduskland A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch 170 A small rocky hill on the estate of Auchandarroch. Signification, Speckled Hill
OS1/2/27/18 GLENDARROCH Glendarroch Glendarroch Glendarroch A. Campbell Esqr. Mr. Trail occr. [occupier] Mr. Hay Esqr. Glengilp Distillery 170 A fine dwelling house with offices, veg. [vegetable] garden & ornamental ground attached; property of A. Campl. [Campbell] Esqr.
OS1/2/27/18 GLENGILP DISTILLERY Glengilp Distillery Mr. Hay occr. [occupier] & proprietor A. Campbell Esqr. Mr. Bamford, Tighnacraig 170 A small Distillery situated on the side of Loch Gilp with dwelling house & offices attached.
OS1/2/27/18 SEACLIFF HOUSE Seacliff House Seacliff House Seacliff House Mr. Livingston occr. [occupier] Gate Mr Coulter, proprietor, Lochgilphead 170 A dwelling house with a small portion of ornamental ground and veg. [vegetable] garden attached, property of Mr. Coulter.
OS1/2/27/18 [Page] 18 170-4 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/19 GLENGILP BURN Glengilp Burn Glengilp Burn Glengilp Burn Mr. Hay Esqr, Glengilp Distillery Duncan McBrayan & Angus Sinclair, Brackly 170 A considerable mountain stream issuing from a loch in the moors to the east of the Robber's Den, & flowing in a westerly direction till it joins Loch Gilp adjacent to Glengilp Distillery.
OS1/2/27/19 ROBBER'S DEN Robber's Den Mr. Hay Esqr, Glengilp Distillery Duncan McBrayan & Angus Sinclair, Brackly 170 This name is given to Glen and the remains of two houses immediately to the east of Glengilp Distillery. According to the tradition of the authorities quoted a Robber lived here, hence the name.
OS1/2/27/19 [Page] 19 170-4 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire [Note] Glengilp Burn not written on Plan
OS1/2/27/20 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"
OS1/2/27/20 [Page] 20 [Note] 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." Origines Parochiales
OS1/2/27/21 ARDRISHAIG Ardrishaig Ardrishaig Ardrishaig Ardrisaig Ardrishaig Sir John Ord Kilmory Alexander Campbell Esqr. Mr. Fyfe Canal House New Stat [Statistical] Account County Directory 170 A tolerably sized Village extending in a southerly direction from "Ardrishaig Hotel" to the Episcopal School. It has a Quoad Sacra Church; 2 Schools; and a Gas Work. also a small but good Harbour well sheltered with a substantial Break Water on the south and a small pier on the north.
OS1/2/27/21 FREE CHURCH SCHOOL [Ardrishaig] F. C. [Free Church] School F. C. [Free Church] School F. C. [Free Church] School Alexander Campbell Esqr. Mr. Stewart, Teacher Lochgilphead Mr. Fyfe 170 A small plain edifice. being the Free Church School, in it are the ordinary branches of an English education taught.
OS1/2/27/21 EPISCOPAL SCHOOL [Ardrishaig] Episopal School Episopal School Episopal School Alexander Campbell Esqr. Mr. Stewart Mr. Fyfe 170 A tolerably sized edifice, being the School in connexion with the Episcopalian Chapel in Lochgilphead. See Christ's Chapel.
OS1/2/27/21 [Page] 21 Plan 170.8 -- Parish of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/22 CANAL HOUSE Canal House Canal House Canal House Mr. Fyfe Occr. [Occupier] & Manager of the Canal Alexander Campbell Esqr. Sir John Ord 170 A fine dwelling house with Offices, and a garden attached. The property of Government. Part of the interior is occupied as the Offices of the Canal.
OS1/2/27/22 CHURCH (Quoad Sacra) [Ardrishaig] Church (Quoad Sacra) Church (Quoad Sacra) Church (Quoad Sacra) Alexander Campbell Esqr Mr. Fyfe Mr. Stewart 170 A small plain built edifice lately erected into a Quoad Sacra charge, its interior is well fitted up with pews and accommodates about 500 sitters
OS1/2/27/22 HARBOUR [Ardrishaig] Harbour Harbour Harbour Alexander Campbell Esqr Mr. Fyfe Mr. Stewart 170 A small harbour sheltered on the south by a fine Break Water substantially built. On the extreme point of which is a small Light House.
OS1/2/27/22 LIGHTHOUSE [Ardrishaig] Light House 170 A small harbour sheltered on the south by a fine Break Water substantially built. On the extreme point of which is a small Light House.
OS1/2/27/22 PIER [Ardrishaig] 170 There is a Pier on the northside of the Harbour
OS1/2/27/22 [Page] 22 [Note] Lighthouse Ardrishaig What kind of Light? Red, White, stationary or revolving?
OS1/2/27/23 OAKBANK VILLA Oakbank Villa Oakbank Villa Oakbank Villa Mr. McKay Argyll Cottage John Thomson Captn. [Captain] Murray 170 A small but fine cottage a little south of Ardrishaig
OS1/2/27/23 ARGYLE COTTAGE Argyle Cottage Argyle Cottage Argyle Cottage On Front of Cottage Mr. Fraser Oakbank Villa Mr. McKay 170 A small but fine cottage with garden attached The property of Mr. McKay
OS1/2/27/23 ATTICHUAN COTTAGE Attichewn Cottage Attichuan Cottage Attichuan Cottage Attichuan Mr. McKay Alexander Campbell Esqr. Estate Map County Directory 170 A fine cottage with garden and a plot of ornamental ground attached. The property of John Thomson.
OS1/2/27/23 ANNFIELD Annfield Annfield Annfield Captn. [Captain] Murray Occr. [Occupier] John Thomson Peter Sinclair 170 A large and fine Cottage, with offices, a garden and a small plot of ornamental ground attached.
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OS1/2/27/24 GRACEFIELD Gracefield Gracefield Gracefield Alexander Campbell Esqr. Mr. Stewart Mr. Fyfe 170 A fine cottage with garden and a plot of ornamental fround attached. The property of P. Sinclair.
OS1/2/27/24 CHATSWORTH COTTAGE Chatsworth Cottage Chatsworth Cottage Chatsworth Cottage Alexander Campbell Esqr. Mr. Stewart Mr. Fyfe 170 A fine cottage with garden and a plot of ornamental ground attached.
OS1/2/27/24 DUNCUAN ISLAND Duncuan Island Duncuan Island Duncuan Island Alexander Campbell Esqr. Sir John Ord Mr. Aitchison 170 A small rocky island on strand of the sea coast of Kilmory. The property of Sir John Ord.
OS1/2/27/24 PERCH 170 To the south of this is a rock known as the Perch.
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OS1/2/27/25 FASCADALE Fascadale Fascadale Mr. McLean, Pro. [Proprietor] Alexander Campbell Esqr. Mr. Stewart 170 A large and fine house with Offices: a garden; and a plot of ornamental ground attached.
OS1/2/27/25 CREAG A' GHUAIL Creag a Gual Creag a Gual Creag a Gual Mr. McLean Alexander Campbell Mr. Stewart 170 A rocky point a short distance from Fascadale Sig. [Signification] Creag a rock, Gual, Coal "The Coal rock".
OS1/2/27/25 WOODHOUSE Woodhouse Woodhouse Woodhouse Alexander Campbell Esqr. Mr. McLean Mr. Stewart 170 A small cottage with byre attached The property of Alexander Campbell Esqr. of Auchindarroch.
OS1/2/27/25 [Page] 25 Sheet 170-12 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire "Creag a' Ghuail" [note] Correct Gaelic
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OS1/2/27/27 BRENFIELD POINT Brenfield Point Brenfield Point Brenfield Point A. Campbell Esqr. Auchandarroch Duncan Crawford, Ardrishaig Duncan McBrayen & Angus Sinclair Brackly 170 A rocky poinnt running into Lochfine, about a mile & a half to the South of Ardrishaig
OS1/2/27/27 [Page] 27 170-12 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire [Signed] T. P. White Lt.RE [Lieutenant of the Royal Engineers]
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OS1/2/27/29 ALLT NA CRÌCHE Allt na Criche Allt na Criche Mr William Wilson Auchabraad Mr John McKechnie Attichuan 170 A small stream rising on the moors about a quarter of a mile to the north west of Auchabraad farm house and flowing in a south and easterly direction till it falls into Lochfine at the Hole. Sign. [Signification] "Burn of the March"
OS1/2/27/29 BRENFIELD Brenfield Brenfield Mr William Wilson Auchabraad Mr John McKechnie Attichuan Mr Alexander Gillies Whitehouse 170 A farm house with offices attached the property of Alexander Campbell Auchindarroch.
OS1/2/27/29 THE HOLE The Hole Mr William Wilson Auchabraad Mr John McKechnie Attichuan Mr Alexander Gillies Whitehouse 170 A name applied to a small creek at the junction of Allt na Criche with Lochfine.
OS1/2/27/29 BRENFIELD BAY Brenfield Bay Brenfield Bay Mr William Wilson Auchabraad Mr John McKechnie Attichuan Mr Alexander Gillies Whitehouse Mr Neil Blair Inverneil 170 Applicable to part of the foreshore on the west side of Lochfine lying between the Hole and Brenfield Point.
OS1/2/27/29 [Page] 29 170.16 -- Parish of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/30 AUCHBRAAD Auchbraad Auchbraad Auchbraad Mr William Wilson Mr Neil Blair Mr Alexander Gillies 170 A farm steading and offices the property of Capt. [Captain] James Campbell Inverneil.
OS1/2/27/30 AM BARR Barr Mr William Wilson Mr Neil Blair Mr Alexander Gillies 170 A small eminence on north side of County road immediately to the East of Auchbraad.
OS1/2/27/30 BARR CHALLTUINN Barr Challtuinn Mr William Wilson Mr Neil Blair Mr Alexander Gillies 170 A name applied to a lot of Brushwood immediately to the north of Barr. Sign [Signification] "Hazel Crop"
OS1/2/27/30 LÈAN FEAR NA FEUSAIGE Lèan Fir na Feusaig Lèan Fir na Feusaig Lèan Fir na Feusaig "Lèan Fear na Feusaige" Mr William Wilson Mr Neil Blair Mr Hector Clark Auchbraad 170 Applicable to a small field on north side of County road a little to the East of Barr. Sign [Signification] "Barbers Meadow. Mr. Wilson says that at one time a man had this field free for shaving one of the landlords of Auchnabreck hence its name. Mr Neil Blair also corroborates this.
OS1/2/27/30 [Page] 30 170.16 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire Am Barr [note] "The Top". ad. [adopted]
OS1/2/27/31 INVERNEIL HOUSE Inverneil House Inverneil House Inverneil House Mr Neil Blair Mr William Wilson Mr Duncan Gillies Inverneil 170 A stone and slated building with offices adjoining the mansion house of Inverneil Estate. The property of Captn. [Captain] James Campbell of Inverneil. On the river side about ½ a mile west of the above is the Mausoleum of the Campbells of Inverneil.
OS1/2/27/31 WHITEHOUSE Whitehouse Mr. Neil Blair Mr. William Wilson Mr. Duncan Gillies Inverneil 170 Two Cot houses in east side of County road a little to the East of Inverneil House. The property of Captn. [Captain] James Campbell.
OS1/2/27/31 WHITEHOUSE BAY Whitehouse Bay Mr. Neil Blair Mr. William Wilson Mr. Duncan Gillies Inverneil 170 Applicable to a small creek on the foreshore of Lochfine and extending from Inverneil Island northwards to The Hole.
OS1/2/27/31 TIOBAIRT LEA CAN ITE Tiobairt Leacan Ite Mr. Neil Blair Mr. William Wilson Mr. Duncan Gillies Inverneil 170 A name applied to a fine spring at the entrance to Inverneil House. Sign. [Signification] "Uncertain"
OS1/2/27/31 [Page] 31 170.16 -- Parish of South Knapdale [Note] Whitehouse Bay not written on Plan
OS1/2/27/32 CHAPEL (Site of) [InverneiI] Chapel (Site of) Chapel (Site of) Mr Neil Blair Mr William Wilson 170 At the place indicated by cross on Trace there is said by one of the authorities quoted (Mr Blair) to have been an old Roman Catholic Chapel. No trace of it now remains but Mr Blair states that he distinctly minds of seeing the erection some height above the ground. This chapel is probably that referred to in Old Stat. [Statistical] Account as follows: "Kilduslan is a small chapel on the shore of Lochgilp..." At least we can identify no other site of a chapel answering to the description. T. P. W. Lt.RE [Lieutenant of the Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/27/32 BURIAL GROUND [chapeI, InverneiI] 170 A little to the south of place marked by cross is a burial place, still used by the people in the neighbourhood. In the centre of this burial ground there is a large flat Tombstone the property of Mr Wilson Auchbraad and Mr Wilson says that when his father was in life, he told him that the alter of the Chapel stood where this Tombstone now stands. He also mentions that at the time his father was making some repairs on Inverneil farm house two or three large stones were taken out of that spot by his father and used as lintels and that at some time or other a cross was found but of what material or what became of it he does not know.
OS1/2/27/32 Inverneil Burn Written and described on plan (170 T. [Trace] 15).
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OS1/2/27/33 CHURCH [InverneiI] Church Church Church Mr Archibald Mcnab Inverneil Mr William Wilson Mr Alexander Gillies 170 A plain edifice used as a place of worship in Connexion with the Established Church on East side of County road a quarter of a mile south of Whitehouse. The property of the Heritors of the parish. "By the deed of disjunction the Minister of this parish was appointed to preach alternately at Achoish & Inverneil & every 6th Sunday at Tarbert" New Stat [Statistical] Account
OS1/2/27/33 SCHOOL [Inverneil] School Mr Archibald Mcnab Inverneil Mr William Wilson Mr Alexander Gillies 170 A small building adjoining the above used as a school house supported partly by contributions & partly by fees.
OS1/2/27/33 INVERNEIL ISLAND Inverneil Island Mr Archibald Mcnab Inverneil Mr William Wilson Mr Alexander Gillies 170 A small Island bearing this name lying on the west coast of Lochfine and forming the southern extremity of Whitehouse Bay.
OS1/2/27/33 [Page] 33 170.16 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire [Note] Inverneil Island not written on Plan now written
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OS1/2/27/35 INVERNEIL Inverneil Inverneil Inverneil Mr Archibald McNab occupier Mr Duncan Gillies Inverneil Mr Neil Blair Inverneil 180 A superior farm steading and offices attached (formerly the Inverneil Home farm). The property of Capt. [Captain] James Campbell of Inverneil.
OS1/2/27/35 CREAG HAMILTON Creag Hamilton Creag Hamilton Creag Hamilton Mr Neil Blair Mr Donald McMillan Mr William Wilson Auchbraad 180 A large rock between high and low water mark about half a mile north from Creagan Mor (T5) [Trace 5] Sign. [Signification] "Hamiltons Crag".
OS1/2/27/35 CLACH HAMILTON Clach Hamilton Mr Neil Blair Mr Donald McMillan Mr William Wilson Auchbraad 180 Applicable to a large boulder lying near the H. W. M. [High Water Mark] & close to Creag Hamilton. Sign.[Signification] "Hamiltons stone"
OS1/2/27/35 [Page] 35 180.4 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/36 BÀGH AN TAILLEIR Bay an Taillear Bay an Taillear Bay an Taillear "Bàgh an Tailleir". Mr Neil Blair Mr Donald McMillan Mr William Wilson 180 A small inlet or creek on the west shore of Loch Fine extending from Creag Hamilton northwards to Inverneil Island. Sign. [Signification] "Bay of the Tailor"
OS1/2/27/36 CNOC GLAS Cnoc Glas Mr Neil Blair Mr Donald McMillan Mr William Wilson 180 A prominent hill on the grazing of Stronchullin situate about half a mile north west from the farm house of that name. Sign. [Signification] "Grey Hill"
OS1/2/27/36 GLEANN NAN CABAR Gleann nan Cabar Mr Neil Blair Mr Donald McMillan Mr William Wilson 180 A name applied to a small glen extending from Cnoc Glas northward for about half a mile. Sign. [Signification] "Glen of the poles"
OS1/2/27/36 [Page] 36 180.4 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/37 ALLTAN CHRAOBH-UINNSEANN Allt an Craoibhe Uinnseain Mr Donald McMillan Mr Andrew Campbell Ardrishaig 180 A small stream rising at the head of Gleann nan Cabar and flowing in a north easterly direction till it falls into Lochfine. Sign. [Signification] "Burn of the Ash Tree"
OS1/2/27/37 STRONCHULLIN Stronchullin Stronchullin Stronchullin Valuation Roll Mr Donald McMillan Mr McLaughlin Writer Lochgilphead 180 A farm house and offices the property of J. G. Campbell Esq. of Shirvan.
OS1/2/27/37 CREAGAN BEAG Creagan Beag Creagan Beag Creagan Beag Mr Donald McMillan Mr Andrew Campbell Mr Neil Blair 180 A rocky point on the foreshore ¼ of a mile north east of Stronchullin Sign. [Signification] "Little Crag"
OS1/2/27/37 CREAGAN MÒR Creagan Mòr Mr Donald McMillan Mr Andrew Campbell Mr Neil Blair 180 Applied to a steep rock between high and Low water mark immediately to the north of Creagan Beag. Sign. [Signification] "Large Crag"
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OS1/2/27/37 [Page] 37 180.4 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire Alltan Chraobh-uinnseann [note] (adopted) Alltan Charobh-uinnseann ? [note] The little burn of the Ash Trees?
OS1/2/27/37 In the Stronchullin entry I can't decipher Mr McLaughlin occupation, possible Teacher, or J. G. Campbells residence, possibly Girvan.
OS1/2/27/38 [Page] 38 Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire Tighandroigheinn Bay written and described on plan 180 T. [Trace] 8. An Torr written and described on plan 180 T. [Trace] 8.
OS1/2/27/39 MOUNTERINS Mounterins Mounterins Mounterins William Furlong Esq of Erins Mr John McCormich Erins Mr William Wilson Auchabraad 181 A stone and slated building with offices adjoining the mansion house of William Furlong Esq. A short distance to the East of Mucruadh (Ruins) is the family burying place of the proprietor.
OS1/2/27/39 MOUNT ERIN Mount Erin Mount Erin Mount Erin William Furlong Esq Mount Erin Mr John McCormich Mr Archibald Sinclair old Ashens 181 A small eminence bearing this name ¼ of a mile north of Mounterins. Sign. [Signification] "Unknown"
OS1/2/27/39 MUCRUADH (Ruins) Mucruadh (Ruins) William Furlong Esq Mount Erin Mr John McCormich Mr Archibald Sinclair old Ashens 181 A ruin on the grazing of Erins the property of William Furlong Esq.
OS1/2/27/39 CLACH AN EASBUIG Clach an Easbuig Clach an Easbuig Clach an Easbuig Mr John McCormick Mr Andrew Canikbell Ardrishaig Mr Donald McMillan Creagan Mor 181 A large Boulder lying at low water mark immediately to the East of the burial ground of William Furlong Esq Sign. [Signification] "Stone of the Bishop."
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OS1/2/27/40 ERINS Erins Erins Erins William Furlong Esq Mr John McCormick Mr Donald McMillan 181 A farm house the property of Mr. Furlong Esq. of Erins.
OS1/2/27/40 AIRIDH-NA-BRODAIG (Ruin) Airidhnabrodaig Ruin Airidh-na-brodaig (Ruin) William Furlong Esq Mr John McCormick Mr Donald McMillan 181 Applicable to a ruin on west side of County road and close to the entrance to Mounterins.
OS1/2/27/40 ALLT AIRIDH-NA-BRODAIG Allt Airidh na Brodaig Allt Airidh-na-brodaig William Furlong Esq Mr John McCormick Mr Donald McMillan 181 A good sized stream bearing this name from about ¼ of a mile south west of Erins farm house and falling nto Lochfine at Airidhnabrodaig. Sign. "Stream of the Dark shealling"
OS1/2/27/40 Luib Dubh written and described in plan (192.1. T. [Trace]1)
OS1/2/27/40 Allt an Erins written and described in plan (180. T. [Trace]16.)
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OS1/2/27/41 CRUACH NAN CUILEAG Cruach nan Cuileag Cruach nan Cuileag Duncan Campbell Ronald McDougall 191 A good feature on the grazing of Glenralloch. Signification, "Hill of the flies"
OS1/2/27/41 GLEN RALLOCH Glen Ralloch Glen Ralloch Glen Ralloch Duncan Campbell Ronald McDougall Dr. [Doctor] Campbell D. Sinclair Esqr. Kilhanaig 191 Applicable to a valley extending from head of West Loch Tarbert, northward to small stream issuing from Lochan Da Chean-fhionn (191. trace 12), and which bears no name. It is partly cultivated, & wooded on the east side. The hills on either side being steep & rocky; County road to Ardrishaig passes through it. Dervation, not known.
OS1/2/27/41 GLENRALLOCH Glenralloch Duncan Campbell Ronald McDougall Dr. [Doctor] Campbell D. Sinclair Esqr. Kilhanaig 191 A superior farm house, with offices and grazing attached. The property of George Colin Campbell Esqr. of Stonefield.
OS1/2/27/41 [Page] 41 Ph. [Parish] of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/42 ALLT AIRIDH GAOTHAICH Allt Airidh Gaothach Allt Airidh Gaothach Allt Airidh Gaothach "Allt Airidh Gaothaich" Ronald McDougall Teacher, Lochend Hector McAllister, Avenagillen Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch 191 A small stream rising off Meall Reamhar and falling into Abhainn na Cuil. Sign. [Signification] "Windy Shealing burn"
OS1/2/27/42 MEALL REAMHAR Meall Reamhar Ronald McDougall Teacher Lochend Hector McAllister, Avenagillen Duncan Campbell Glenralloch 191 A remarkable rocky eminence Signification, Plump Hills.
OS1/2/27/42 ALLT AIRIDH CHREAGAICH Allt Airidh Creagach Allt Airidh Creagaich Ronald McDougall Teacher Lochend Hector McAllister, Avenagillen Duncan Campbell Glenralloch 191 A small stream running parallel to the above Sign. [Signification] "Rocky shealing burn"
OS1/2/27/42 CRUACH THARSUINN Cruach Tharsuinn Ronald McDougall Teacher Lochend Hector McAllister, Avenagillen Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch 191 A feature of considerable height & prominence on the grazing of Glenralloch. Signification, "Cross hill"
OS1/2/27/42 CNOC NA SEAN-LEACAINN Cnoc na Sean Leacainn Cnoc na Sean-leacainn Ronald McDougall Teacher, Lochend Hector McAllister, Avenagillen Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch 191 A prominent hill, overlooking the farm house of Glenralloch. Sign. [Signification] "Hill of the old declivity"
OS1/2/27/42 [Page] 42 Ph. [Parish] of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/43 CNOC A' BHARAILLE Cnoc a' Bharaille Cnoc a' Bharaille Duncan Campbell Ronald McDougall 191 A prominent feature on west side of Glen Ralloch, overlooking farm house of same name. Signification "The Barrel hill"
OS1/2/27/43 DOIRE FHLUICH Doire Fhluich Doire Fhluich Duncan Campbell Ronald McDougall Angus McMillan Tarbert 191 Applicable to small copse wood, situated on east side of Glen Ralloch. Sign. [Signification] "Wet thicket, or grove"
OS1/2/27/43 CRUACH GAR' DHOIRE Cruach Gar-dhoire Cruach Gar'dhoire Duncan Campbell Ronald McDougall Angus McMillan Tarbert 191 A conspicuous hill of considerable height, very steep and rocky on the western slope. Signification, "Rough thicket hill"
OS1/2/27/43 GLAC AN FHEADAIN Glac an Fheadain Duncan Campbell Ronald McDougall Angus McMillan Tarbert 191 A steep and rocky hollow immediately west of the above. Sign. [Signification] "The fife hollow, or crevice"
OS1/2/27/43 [Pahe] 43 Ph. [Parish] of South Knapdale [Note] Cruach Gar'dhoire Written in a different form on Plan viz. Cruach Gar-dhoire instead of Cruach Gar'dhoire
OS1/2/27/44 ABHAINN NA CÙILE Abhainn na Cuil Abhainn na Cuil Abhainn na Cuil Abhainn na Cùile Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens Ronald McDougall, Lochend Allister McColl, Tarbert 191 Applicable to continuation of Allt Airidh Staic & stream flowing past Cruach a' Mhullaich (191.trace 11) pursues a south & easterly and somewhat rugged course, to junction of small stream issuing from Well at Cuilnaseamraig (201 Trace 4) & hence called Abhainn à Gillean, Signification "River of the recess, or nook."
OS1/2/27/44 CREAG CHAT-FIADHACH Creag Chat-fhiadhaich Creag Chat-fhiadhaich Creag Chat-fiadhach Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens Ronald McDougall, Lochend Allister McColl Tarbert Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch 191 A precipitous rock, at southern base of Cruach Gar-dhoire, Sign. [Signification] "Wild cat crag"
OS1/2/27/44 CNOC DOIRE NAN EACH Cnoc Doire nan Each Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens Ronald McDougall, Lochend Allister McColl, Tarbert Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch 191 An eminence of minor importance a little east of the above Sign. [Signification] "Hill of the horses"
OS1/2/27/44 CNOC TIGH AN T-SLUIC Cnoc Tigh an t-Sluic Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens Ronald McDougall, Lochend Allister McColl, Tarbert Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch 191 A good feature on west side of Abhainn na Cuil, and southern extremity of Blar nan Con (191. trace 15), Sign, [Signification] "Hole house hill"
OS1/2/27/44 [Page] 44 Parish of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/45 BALIVER (Ruins) Baliver Baliver Baliver D Sinclair Esqr. Kilhamaig Dr. [Doctor] Campbell Glenralloch Donald Leitch, Barfad. 191 Several ruins formerly a farm, now blended with Glenralloch. Signification not known.
OS1/2/27/45 ALLTAN DREASACH Alltan Dreasach Alltan Dreasach Ronald McDougall Hector McAllister, Avenagillen. 191 A small stream having its source at Cruach Tharsuinn (trace 2), flows south & easterly and falls into West Loch Tarbert near Dubhchladach (trace 6) Sign. [Signification] "Little burn abounding in briars"
OS1/2/27/45 CNOC AN T-SAGAIRT Cnoc an t-Sagairt Cnoc an t-Sagairt Ronald McDougall Hector McAllister, Avenagillen. Duncan Campbell 191 An eminence of inconsiderable height & prominence, situated immediately north of Balameanoch Sign. [Signification] "The priest's hill"
OS1/2/27/45 [Page] 45 Ph. [Parish] of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/46 LOCHEND Lochend Lochend Lochend D Sinclair Esqr. Factor Dr. [Doctor] Campbell Ronald McDougall, Teacher 191 Several cothouses & thrashing mill on the farm of Glenralloch. The property of George Colin Campbell Esqr. of Stonefield.
OS1/2/27/46 SCHOOL [Lochend] School D Sinclair Esqr. Factor Dr. [Doctor] Campbell Ronald McDougall, Teacher 191 A plain small building used as a school in connection with parish school of South Knapdale, & supported by the heiritors, and fees.
OS1/2/27/46 DUBHCHLADACH Dubhchladach D Sinclair Esqr. Factor Dr. [Doctor] Campbell Ronald McDougall, Teacher 191 An old cothouse on the shore of West Loch Tarbert, The property of G. C. Campbell Esqr. Derivation, "Black shore"
OS1/2/27/46 [Page] 46 Parish of South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/47 SLOC NAM FEARNA Sloc nan Fearna Sloc nan Fearna Sloc nan Fearna Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duucan Revie Mr Duucan McKellar 192 A name applied to the foreshore from Gob an Luibdubh, sonth to Rudha Dubh Sign. [Signification] "Port of the Alder Tree"
OS1/2/27/47 EAS MÒR Eas Mòr Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duucan Revie Mr DuucanMcKellar 192 A rough stream bearing this name for ½ a mile sonth from Abhainn Strathaw 191.8 falling into Lochfine at Sloc nan Fearna. Sign. [Signification] "Great Cataract" Eas is often applied to rapid streams.
OS1/2/27/47 RUDHA DUBH Rudha Dubh Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duucan Revie Mr Duucan McKellar 192 Applicable to a point of land about ¼ of a mile to the north of Ard nan Ron (T [Trace] 5) Sign. [Signification] "Black Point"
OS1/2/27/47 EILEAN AN DÙNAIN Eilean an Dunan Eilean an Dùnain Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duucan Revie Mr Duucan McKellar 192 A small rocky island at low water mark a little to the sonth of Ard nan Ron. Sign. [Siognification] "Island of the little hill"
OS1/2/27/47 DÙNAN GARBH Dùnan Garbh Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duucan Revie Mr Duucan McKellar 192 A small rock eminence immediately to the west of the above. Sign. [Signification] "Rough little Hill.
OS1/2/27/47 [Page] 47 192.1 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire Sloc nam Fearna. [note] Gaelic ortho. [orthography] Eas Mòr [note] Eas is often applied to rapid streams.
OS1/2/27/48 MILMORE COTTAGE Milmore Cottage Milmore Cottage Milmore Cottage William Furlong Esq Mr Duncan McKellar Grieve Stonefield Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A superior slated house with offices the property of William Furlong Esq. of Erins.
OS1/2/27/48 LARACHBHORD (Ruins) Larachbhord (Ruins) William Furlong Esq Mr Duncan McKellar Grieve Stonefield Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A ruin on the grazing of Erins the property of William Furlong Esq.
OS1/2/27/48 CREAG MHÒR Creag Mhòr William Furlong Esq Mr Duncan McKellar Grieve Stonefield Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A prominent mass of rock a little to the north of Larachbhord (Ruins) Sign. [Signification] "Large Craig"
OS1/2/27/48 GOB NA LÙIBE DUIBHE Gob an Luib Dubh Mr Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A conspicuous point on the foreshore immediately to the East of Milmore Cottage. Sign. [Signification] "Point of the black creek"
OS1/2/27/48 LÙIB DHUBH Luib Dubh Lùib Dhubh Mr Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 Applicable to a part of the foreshore extending from Gob an Luib Dubh northwards for about ½ a mile. Sign. [Signification] "Black creek"
OS1/2/27/48 [Page] 48 Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire "Gob na Lùibe Duibhe," [note] G. O. [Gaelic Orthography]: Adopted.
OS1/2/27/49 CREAGAN EIRIONNAICH Creagan Eirionnaich Creagan Eirionnaich Creagan Eirionnaich Creagan Eirionnaich Creagan Iarnaidh Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch Irishman's Craig Iron Craig 192 A large rock on the west side of County road and immediately to the west of Dunan Garbh. Sign. [Signification] "Little rock of the Irishman"
OS1/2/27/49 ALLT CLACHACH CHUILIONN Allt Clachach Chuillionn Allt Clachach Chuilionn Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A small stream rising about a quarter of a mile to the west of the above and falling into Loch Fine at Sloc nan Fearna. Sign. [Signification] "Stony burn of the Holly"
OS1/2/27/49 ALLT NA BEISTE Allt na Beiste Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A mountain stream rising in the moor a little to the sonth west of the rising of Allt Clachach Chuillionn and falling into Loch Fine a short distance to the south of Eilean an Dunan. Sign. [Signification] "Burn of the beast"
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OS1/2/27/50 UAMH BARR CHALLTUINN Uamh Barr Challtuinn Uamh Barr Challtuinn Uamh Barr Challtuinn Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Duncan Revie 192 Applicable to a cave under a large rock on west side of approach to Stonefield mansion house a short distance to the north of where Allt na Beiste crosses the approach. The entrance is small but inside there is plenty of room for a number of men to stand upright. Mr McKellar one of the authorities quoted states that a gentleman who was a relation of Duncan Campbell Esq of Barr Challtuinn near Oban hid in the cave for some time during the persecution in Scotland hence its name." Sign. [Signification] "Hazel Top cave"
OS1/2/27/50 ARD NAN RÒN Ard nan Ròn Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Duncan Revie 192 A prominent and very rocky point a little to the sonth of Rudha Dubh. Sign. [Signification] "Point of the Seals."
OS1/2/27/50 [Page] 50 Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire "Uamh Barr-challtuinn," [note] G. ortho. [Gaelic orthography] Also.
OS1/2/27/51 TIGH-PORT-AN-DÙNAIN Tigh port an dunan Tigh port an dunan Tigh port an dunan Tigh-port-an-dùnain Tigh-portan-dùnain or "Tigh-port-an-dunan". Dougald Sinclair Esq Factor for Stonefield Estate Mr Duncan McKellar Grieve Stonefield Mr Archibald Sinclair Shepherd Ashen 192 A cottage on the grazing of Ashen the property of C. G. Campbel Esq of Stonefield
OS1/2/27/51 CNOC NAN CABAR Cnoc nan Cabar Cnoc nan Cabar Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair 192 A rocky eminence about a quarter of a mile to the west of Tighportandunan Sign. [Signification] "Hill of the (Cabers) or poles"
OS1/2/27/51 AN DÙNAN Dunan Dunan Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A small ornamental eminence a little to the East of Tighportandunan Immediately to the sonth of it is the family burying place of Mr Campbell of Stonefield. Sign. [Signification] "Little Hill"
OS1/2/27/51 [Page] 51 192.5 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire "An Dùnan" [note] The little do:
OS1/2/27/52 PORT AN DÙNAIN Port an Dunan Port an Dunan Port an Dunan Mr Duucan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A small bay or creek on the coast immediately to the East of Dunan Sign. [Signification] "Port of the little hill"
OS1/2/27/52 OLD ASHENS Old Ashens Mr Duucan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 Applicable to several Cothouses on the grazing of Ashen the property of C. G. Campbell Esq
OS1/2/27/52 CNOC DUBH Cnoc Dubh Mr Duucan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A small rocky hill a little to the Sonth of old Ashen. Sign. [Signification] "Black hill."
OS1/2/27/52 CREAG LIATH Creag Liath Mr Duucan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A conspicuous rock on the grazing of Ashen and lying a little to the West of old Ashen. Sign. [Signification] "Grey Craig"
OS1/2/27/52 [Page] 52 192.5 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire "Port an Dùnain," [note] Gaelic Ortho. [Orthography]
OS1/2/27/53 STONEFIELD Stonefield Stonefield Dugald Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duucan McKellar 192 A commodious mansion house of a castellated form with ornamental grounds attached the property of C. G. Campbell Esq of Stonefield. Over the principal entrance is inscribed 1837 the date of the erection.
OS1/2/27/53 MAUSOLEUM [Stonefield] 192 About ½ a mile north is the Mausoleum of the family.
OS1/2/27/53 BARMORE ISLAND Barmore Island Dugald Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duucan McKellar 192 A prominent green hill lying on the west coast of Lochfine a short distance to the S. E. [South East] of Stonefield. It was formerly an island but the action of the tides have formed a narrow neck of land connecting it with the mainland.
OS1/2/27/53 NORTH BAY North Bay North Bay Dugald Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duucan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A small bay immediately to the east of Stonefield Mansion House.
OS1/2/27/53 SOUTH BAY South Bay South Bay Dugald Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duucan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A long narrow bay between the south west side of Barmore Island and the mainland.
OS1/2/27/53 [Page] 53 192.5 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire [Note] South Bay On 92/9
OS1/2/27/54 BAGH EICH BHÀIN Bay Eich Ban Bay Eich Ban Bay Eich Ban Bàgh Eich Bhàin Mr Duucan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duucan Revie Barfad 192 A small creek on the foreshore a little to the north of Stonefield. Sign. [Signification] "White horse bay."(So called by its resemblance to a white horse when seen from the sea.)
OS1/2/27/54 PORT NAM PÅISD Port nam Pàisde Mr. Duucan McKellar Mr. Donald Leitch Mr. Duucan Revie Barfad 192 A small bay a little to the north of the above. Mr. McKellar one of the authorities quoted, states that in olden times children were brought from various parts of the country and buried in the small piece of ornamental ground adjoining this bay. Sign. [Signification] "Port of the children,"
OS1/2/27/54 SGEIR MHAOL Sgeir Mhaol Mr. Duucan McKellar Mr. Donald Leitch Mr. Duucan Revie Barfad 192 Applicable to several flat rocks a few chains to the north of Barmore Island and which are visible at Low Water. Sign. [Signification] "Bald Rocks."
OS1/2/27/54 [Page] 54 192.5 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/55 SGEIR LEATHANN Sgeir Leathann Sgeir Leathann Sgeir Leathann Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duncan Revie 192 A flat reef immediately to the East of Barmore Island. Sign. [Signification] "Broad rock"
OS1/2/27/55 SGEIR NAM BÒ Sgeir na Bo Sgeir nam Bò. Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Mr Duncan Revie 192 A small rock a short distance to the south of the above, which is covered at High Water Sign. [Signification] "Rock of the Cows."
OS1/2/27/55 LOCH FINE Loch Fine Authorized & described in Name Book for Six inch sheets 141. 151. 161. 171 &c &c
OS1/2/27/55 [Page] 55 192.5 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
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OS1/2/27/57 ASHENS Ashens Ashens Ashens D. Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duncan McKellar Grieve Stonefield Mr Archibald Sinclair Shepherd Ashen 192 A superior farm house and offices the property of Colin George Campbell Esq of Stonefield.
OS1/2/27/57 EAS ACHADH NA SRÒINE Eas Achaidh na Sroine Eas Achaidh na Srione Eas Achaidh na Sroine "Eas Achadh na Sròine" Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A mountain stream rising to the north west of Ashen and flowing in a north and east direction till it joins Barmore Burn a little to the East of Ashen F. H. [Farm House] Sign. [Signification] "Cataract of the Point field"
OS1/2/27/57 DRUIM NA FOLA Druim na Fala Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 Applicable to a cultivated ridge lying between Eas Achaidh na Strone and Ashen Sign [Signification] "Ridge of Blood"
OS1/2/27/57 [Page] 57 192.9 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire "Druim na Fola" [note] "Ridge of the Tribe". Druim na Fola [note] Ridge of Blood, of Tribe, family or Kindred
OS1/2/27/58 BARMORE BURN Barmore Burn Barmore Burn Barmore Burn Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A stream of considerable size bearing this name from where it is joined by Eas Achaidh na Sroine abiut 10 chains East of Ashen till it falls into Lochfine at the North Bay (192.5 Trace 5).
OS1/2/27/58 BARR HILL Barr Hill Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A prominent and wooded Hill on the north west side of the East approach to Stonefield. (192.5. T. [Trace] 5)
OS1/2/27/58 DÙNAN CRUINN Dunan Cruinn Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Archibald Sinclair Mr Donald Leitch 192 A small planted knoll on the west side of and immediately adjoining the East approach to Stonefield. (192.5. T. [Trace] 5) Sign. [Signification] "Little ronnd hill"
OS1/2/27/58 [Page] 58 192.9 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/59 SGEIR NA DOUIE Sgeir na Douie Sgeir na Douie Sgeir na Douie Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Mr Malcolm McFarlane Barfad 192 A small rocky island lying immediately to the south west of Barmore Island (192.5. T. [Trace] 5). Sign. [Signification] "Unknown"
OS1/2/27/59 RUDH' A' BHARRA RUAIDH Rudha Bharra Ruadh "Rudh' a' Bharra Ruaidh" Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Mr Malcolm McFarlane Barfad 192 A rocky point a quarter of a mile Sonth of Sgeir an Douie" Sign. [Signification] "Red top point"
OS1/2/27/59 PORT NAN SEILISDEIR Port nan Seilisdeir Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Mr Malcolm McFarlane Barfad 192 A small sandy bay immediately to the south of Rudha Bharra Ruadh. Sign. [Signification] "Port of the Yellow-iris."
OS1/2/27/59 ACHADH-NAM-FAIDH Achadhnamfiadh (Ruins) Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Donald Leitch Mr Malcolm McFarlane Barfad 192 A ruin on the grazing of Glenralloch the property of C. G. Campbell Esq. of Stonefield. Sign. "Ruin of the Deer"
OS1/2/27/59 [Page] 59 192.9 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire [Note] Rudh' a' Bharra Ruaidh h - nor required "Achadh-nam-fiadh" [note] Plain of the Deer h - out
OS1/2/27/60 BARFAD Barfad Barfad Barfad D. Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Barfad 192 A farm steading the property of C. G. Campbell Esq of Stonefield.
OS1/2/27/60 CNOCAN DUIN'UASAIL Cnoc an Dun'uasal Cnoc an Dun'uasal Cnocan Duin' Uasail D. Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Barfad Mr Donald Leitch Barfad 192 A small rocky hill on the East side of County road, about ¼ of a mile north of Barfad. Sign. [Signification] "Gentlemens Hill"
OS1/2/27/60 CREAGAN SOILLEIR Creagan Soilleir D. Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Barfad 192 Applicable to a prominent rock on the Hill side ¼ of a mile west of Barfad. Sign. [Signification] "Shinning Craig"
OS1/2/27/60 ALLTAN CION'THAIR Allt an Cion'thair Alltan Cion'thair. D. Sinclair Esq Factor on Stonefield Estate Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Barfad 192 A small stream rising a little to the north of Creagan Soilleire and falling into Dubhchaolluin. Sign. [Signification] "Burn of the Querulons Music"
OS1/2/27/60 [Page] 60 192.9 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire Cnoc an Duin'uasail Sign. [Signification] Gentlemen's Little hill ?
OS1/2/27/61 DRUIM RIABHACH Druim Riabhach Druim Riabhach Druim Riabhach Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A name applied to a ridge lying on South side of County Road immediately to the East of Allt an Luaidh, which was at one time cultivated but now going back to its original state. Sign. [Signification] "Brindled ridge"
OS1/2/27/61 ALLT AN LUAIDH Allt an Luaidh Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A stream having its source to the west of Creagan Soilleire and flowing in a north and east direction till it falls into Lochfine a little south of Carraig nan Ron. It derives its name from the fairy opperation of fulling or thickening peoples cloth by the fairies Sign. [Signification] "The Fulling Burn"
OS1/2/27/61 CARRAIG NAN RÒN Carraig nan Ròn Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A name applied to a prominent rock immediately to the north of where Allt an Luaidh joins Loch fine. Sign. [Signification] "Rock of the Seals"
OS1/2/27/61 [Page] 61 192.9 -- Parish of South Knapdale -- Argyllshire
OS1/2/27/62 CARRAIG AN STAIC Carraig a' Staic Carraig a' Staic Carraig a' Staic Carraig an Staic Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A large rock a short distance to the north of Carraig nan Ron. Sign. [Signification] "Rock of the conical hill"
OS1/2/27/62 CNOC NAN CAT-FIADHAICH Cnoc an Cat fiadhaich Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A large and prominent cliff close to the High Water mark and a short distance to the north East of Barfad (Trace 5). Sign. [Signification] "The Wild Cat Hill"
OS1/2/27/62 PORT NAN CEANN Port nan Ceann Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A small sandy bay lying immediately to the East of Cnoc an Cat fiadhaich. Sign. [Signification] "Port of the Heads.
OS1/2/27/62 [Page] 62 192.9 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire "Cnoc nan Cat-fiadhaich," [note] Hill of the Wild-Cats.
OS1/2/27/63 PORT A' GHUAIL Port a' Ghuail Port a' Ghuail Port a' Ghuail Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A gravelly bay lying a short distance to the north of Cnoc an Catfidhaich Sign. [Signification] "The Coal Port"
OS1/2/27/63 SGEIR PORT A' GHUAIL Sgeir Port a' Ghuail Sgeir Port a' Ghuail Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A small rocky island lying immediately to the East of Port a' Ghuail. Sign. [Signification] "Rock of the Coal Port"
OS1/2/27/63 RUDHA BHADAN Rudha Bhadain Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A conspicuous rocky point between Port nan Ceann and Port Poll a Croite Sign. [Signification] "Point of the Tufts"
OS1/2/27/63 PORT POLL A' CHROIT Port Poll a' Croite Mr Duncan McKellar Mr Duncan Revie Mr Donald Leitch 192 A small bay a little to the Sonth of Rudha Bhadain. Sign. [Signification] "Uncertain"
OS1/2/27/63 [Page] 63 192.9 -- Parish of Sonth Knapdale -- Argyllshire Rudha Bhadan [note] Tufts' point. Rudha Bhàdan [note] Port's point. "Port Poll a' Chroit" [note] May be used
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OS1/2/27/65 GARADH LIATH Garadh Liath Garadh Liath Garadh Liath Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch Ronald McDougall, Teacher Lochend Donald Leitch, Barfad 192 A mass of rock & stone on the east side of Glen Ralloch. Signification, "Grey den"
OS1/2/27/65 AM BINNEIN Binnein Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch Ronald McDougall, Teacher Lochend Donald Leitch, Barfad 192 A prominent rocky feature at mouth of Glen Ralloch, & overlooking the farm house of Glenakill. Sign. [Signification] "Pinnacle"
OS1/2/27/65 CNOC A' BHUIC Cnoc a' Bhuic Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch Ronald McDougall, Teacher Lochend Donald Leitch, Barfad 192 A large and conspicuous hill steep & rocky, situated between Glen Ralloch & East Loch Tarbert. Sign. [Signification] "The buck's hill."
OS1/2/27/65 UAMH MCRUAIRIDH Uamh Mhic Buairidh Uamh McRuairidh Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch Ronald McDougall, Teacher Lochend Donald Leitch, Barfad 192 Applicable to a small cave underneath immense boulders, on eastern slope of the above hill. Sign. [Signification] "Roderick son's cave"
OS1/2/27/65 [Page] 65 Argyllshire -- Parish of South Knapdale "Am Binnein" [note] The Pinnacle [Note] Uamh McRuairidh wrong on Plan Uamh McRuairidh? Uamh Mhic Buairidh There are several works in this office in which Roderick is translated Ruairidh. It is Ruairidh in Armstrong's Dictionary It ought to be Ruairidh according to [?] Written Uamh McBhuairiadh on Plan The letter a - evidently incorrect here In McLeod & Dewar's Dictionary it is written "Rory, Buairidh" Sign. [Signification] "Roderick son's cave" See Munro's Gaelic Grammar p. 191 Mac Ruairi
OS1/2/27/66 TOBAR A' BHEALAICH CHORRAICH Tobar Bhealaich Corrach Tobar Bhealaich Corrach Tobar Bhealaich Corrach Angus McMillan, Tarbert Ronald McDougall, Lochend Mr. McFarlane, Larkfield 192 A fine spring of pure water on east slope of Cnoc a' Bhuic. Tradition hath it that Tarbert Castle was supplied with water from it Sign. [Signification] "Steep pass well,"
OS1/2/27/66 LARKFIELD Larkfield Larkfield Angus McMillan, Tarbert Ronald McDougall, Lochend Mr. McFarlane, Larkfield D. Sinclair Esqr, Kilmahaig Factor for Stonefield Estate 192 A good dwelling house. The property of George Colin Campbell Esqr. of Stonefield
OS1/2/27/66 DUBH-CHAOL LINNE Dubh-chaol Linne Dubh-chaol Linne Dubh-chaol Linne Mr McFarlane Angus McMillan Dr. [Doctor] Campbell. Tarbert 192 A well known name applied to a narrow creek on north side of East Loch Tarbert. Sign. [Signification] "Dark narrow linn or lake"
OS1/2/27/66 SGEIR BHUIDHE Sgeir Bhuidhe Mr McFarlane Angus McMillan Dr. [Doctor] Campbell. Tarbert 192 A rock situated in East Loch Tarbert. It is nearly covered at high water. Sign. [Signification] "Yellow rock"
OS1/2/27/66 [Page] 66 Argyllshire -- Parish of South Knapdale "Tobar a' Bhealaich Chorraich," [note] Well of the Steep Pass.
OS1/2/27/67 SLOC NAM BODACH Sloc nam Bodach Sloc nam Bodach Sloc nam Bodach Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl Barran 192 Applicable to a Small creek on west shore of East Loch Tarbert Signification, "Pool of the cod-fish"
OS1/2/27/67 ROC NAM BUITSEACH Roc nam Buitseach Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl Barran 192 A small rock situated a little south of the above, visible only at Low water. Sign. [Signification] "Rock of the witches"
OS1/2/27/67 HOSPITAL [Larkfield] Hospital Hospital Hospital Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl Barran 192 A small building erected by G. C. Campbell Esqr. of Stonefield, for the use of Fishermen frequenting the port of Tarbert.
OS1/2/27/67 GARBH MHAOL Garbh Mhaol Garval Garbh Aird Garbh Aird Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl Barran Harbour regulation board Mr. Murray, Road Surveyor, Tarbert William McCallum, Tarbert. 192 A well known name applied to a very prominent & rocky feature at mouth of East Loch Tarbert, & lately planted with Fir. Sign. [Signification] "Rough promontory", it is equally as well known as Garbh Aird (rough height).
OS1/2/27/67 [Page] 67 Argyllshire -- Parish of South Knapdale [Note] Garbh Mhaol The letter i not necessary The adjective Garbh does not govern the genitive case.
OS1/2/27/68 CNOC MÒR Cnoc Mòr Cnoc Mòr Cnoc Mòr Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 Applicable to the highest portion of Garbh Mhaoil, & Signifying large hill.
OS1/2/27/68 PORTAN AIRNEAG Port an Airneig Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 A small bay or creek on the west shore of Loch Fyne & situated a little south of the above. Sign. [Signification] "The sloe port."
OS1/2/27/68 PORT BÀN Port Bàn Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 A small bay in East Loch Tarbert, south of Garbh Mhaoil Sign. [Signification] "Fair port"
OS1/2/27/68 SGEIR PUIRT BHÀIN Sgeir Port Ban Sgeir Puirt Bhàin Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 Applicable to a rock at mouth of the above & nearly covered at high water. Sign. [Signification] Rock of Port Ban.
OS1/2/27/68 [Page] 68 Argyllshire -- Parish of South Knapdale Portan Airneag [note] Little port of (the) sloes, Appd. [Approved] Sgeir Puirt Bhàin [note] Sgeir Phuirt Bhàin ?
OS1/2/27/69 CNOCAN RUADH Cnocan Ruadh Cnocan Ruadh Cnocan Ruadh Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 A rocky eminence situated a little south west of Garbh Mhaoil. Signification "Little red hill."
OS1/2/27/69 CNOCAN SGAIRBH Cnocan Sgairbh Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 A small rocky knoll on north shore of East Loch Tarbert Sign. [Signification] "The cormorant Little eminence"
OS1/2/27/69 TOLL A' CHOILICH Toll a' Choileich Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 Applicable to a small bay situated between Cnocan Sgairbh & Leac Bhuidhe Sign. [Signification] Bay of the Cock
OS1/2/27/69 LEAC BHUIDHE Leac Bhuidhe Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 A rock on the north shore of East Loch Tarbert, at mouth of Dubh Chaol Linne. Sign. [Signification] "Yellow flag."
OS1/2/27/69 [Page] 69 Argyllshire -- Parish of South Knapdale Toll a' Choilich [note] G. ortho. [Gaelic orthography] [Note] Toll a' Choilich not on Plan "Toll a' choil" on Plan
OS1/2/27/70 EILEAN A' CHÒCA Eilean a' Choc Eilean a' Choc Eilean a' Choc Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 A rocky island in East Loch Tarbert Sign. [Signification] Uncertain.
OS1/2/27/70 CNOC NAN DEARC Cnoc nan Dearc Mr' McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl 192 A small eminence on the grazing of Barfad. Sign. [Signification] 'Knoll of the berries.'
OS1/2/27/70 GLENAKILL Glenakill Glenakill Mr. McFarlane Angus McMillan Duncan McColl D Sinclair Esqr. Factor 192 A farmsteading & grazing The property of G. C. Campbell Esqr. of Stonefield Derivation, "Glen of the burial place," (Gaelic Gleann a' Cille).
OS1/2/27/70 BURIAL GROUND [GIenakiII] Old Burial Ground Old Burial Ground Old Burial Ground Old Burial Ground Ronald McDougall, Teacher Lochend Hector McAllister, Avenagillean Angus McMillan Duncan Stalker, Tarbert 192 This portion of ground was formerly used as a place of burial, no interments have taken place for a very considerable space of time, but the outline can still be faintly traced. It is from this that the above farm derives its name.
OS1/2/27/70 [Page] 70 Argyllshire -- Parish of South Knapdale Eilean a' Chòca [note] The Boat Island - Approved
OS1/2/27/71 TARBERT Tarbert 192 Authorised & described in Name Sheets of Kilcalmonell and Kilberry Parish. No. 2 of 6.
OS1/2/27/71 EAST LOCH tARBERT East Loch Tarbert 192 Authorised & described in Name Sheets of Kilcalmonell and Kilberry Parish. No. 2 of 4.
OS1/2/27/71 FREE CHURCH MANSE [Tarbert] F. C. [Free Church] Manse Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Campbell Mr. Murray James E. McLarty 192 A new building recently erected as the residence of the Free Church Minister and the property of the Congregation
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OS1/2/27/72 COVE Cove Cove Cove D Sinclair Esqr. Factor Ronald McDougall Angus McMillan 192 Applicable to three dwelling houses several chains apart. The property of G. C. Campbell Esqr. of Stonefield
OS1/2/27/72 BARRAN Barran Barran D Sinclair Esqr. Factor Ronald McDougall Angus McMillan Duncan McColl. 192 A cothouse or croft. The property of G. C. Campbell Esqr.
OS1/2/27/72 CNOC A' CHROCHADAIRE Cnoc a' Chrochadair Cnoc a' Chrochadair Cnoc a' Chrochadair Cnoc a' Chrochadaire Duncan McColl Ronald McDougall Mr. McFarlane Larkfield. 192 An eminence overlooking the Village of Tarbert. Sign. [Signification] "The hangman's hill."
OS1/2/27/72 [Page] 72 Argyllshire -- Parish of South Knapdale [Signed] T. P. White Lt.RE [Lieutenant of the Royal Engineers]
OS1/2/27/73 TIGH-NA-GAOITH Tigh na Gaoth Tigh na Gaoth Tigh na Gaoth "Tigh-na-gaoith". David McCorkindale, Cretshengan Alexander Dewar, Cretshengan William McDonald, Ormsary 192 A tolerably good slated cottage on the "County Road" about 50 yds [yards] beyond the Ph [Parish] Boundary in S. [South] Knapdale. Sig. [Signification] "The wind house" The property of
OS1/2/27/73 [Page] 73 Plan 200.3 - South Knapdale
OS1/2/27/74 [Page] 74 [volume] 27 OS1/2/27 [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE MAY.91 SOUTHAMPTON [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE 9 APR. [APRIL] 2 SOUTHAMPTON [Date Stamp] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE 27 APR. 1897 SOUTHAMPTON NAME 6 BOOK OF THE PARISH OF SOUTH KNAPDALE ARGYLLSHIRE 1/2500 Scale
OS1/2/27/75 [Page] 75 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Auchindarroch -- 160 -- 16 -- 11 Artillery Volunteer Battery -- 160 -- 16 -- 13 Ardrishaig Hotel -- 170 -- 4 -- 17 Ardrishaig -- 170 -- 8 -- 21 Argyle Cottage -- 170 -- 8 -- 23 Attichuan Cottage -- 170 -- 8 -- 23 Annfield -- 170 -- 8 -- 23 Allt na Criche -- 170 -- 16 -- 29 Auchbraad -- 170 -- 16 -- 30 Am Barr -- 170 -- 16 -- 30 Alltan Chraobh-uinnseann -- 180 -- 4 -- 37 Airidh-na-brodaig (Ruin) -- 181 -- 13 -- 40 Allt Airidh-na-brodaig -- 181 -- 13 -- 40 Allt Airidh Gaothaich -- 191 -- 16 -- 42 Allt Airidh Creagaich -- 191 -- 16 -- 42 Abhain na Cùile -- 191 -- 16 -- 44 Alltan Dreasach -- 191 -- 16 -- 45 Allt Clachach Chuilionn -- 192 -- 1 -- 49 Allt na Bèiste -- 192 -- 1 -- 49 Ard nan Ròn -- 192 -- 1 -- 50 An Dùnan -- 192 -- 5 -- 51 Ashens -- 192 -- 9 -- 57 Achad-nam-fiadh -- 192 -- 9 -- 59 Alltan Ciòn'thair -- 192 -- 9 -- 60 Allt an Luaidh -- 192 -- 9 -- 61 Am Binnein -- 192 -- 13 -- 65 Black Rock -- 160 -- 11 -- 3 Badden -- 160 -- 12 -- 7 Badden Burn -- 160 -- 12 -- 7 Brackly -- 170 -- 4 -- 15 Burial Ground (private) -- 170 -- 4 -- 20 Brenfield Point -- 170 -- 12 -- 27 Brenfield -- 170 -- 16 -- 29 Brenfield Bay -- 170 -- 16 -- 29 Barr Challtuinn -- 170 -- 16 -- 30 Burial Ground -- 170 -- 16 -- 32 Bagh an Tailleir -- 180 -- 4 -- 36 Baliver (Ruins) -- 191 -- 16 -- 45 Barmore Island -- 192 -- 5 -- 53 Bàgh Eich Bhàin -- 192 -- 5 -- 54 Barmore Burn -- 192 -- 9 -- 58 Barr Hill -- 192 -- 9 -- 58 Barfad -- 192 -- 9 -- 60 Burial Ground -- 192 -- 13 -- 70 Barran -- 192 -- 13 -- 72 Carn Bàn -- 160 -- 11 -- 3 Carndubh Burn -- 160 -- 11 -- 5 Creag Ghlas -- 160 -- 11 -- 5 Craigglass -- 160 -- 12 -- 7 Craig Glass Burn -- 160 -- 12 -- 7 Crinan Canal -- 160 -- 12 -- 7 Calman Villa -- 170 -- 4 -- 15 Cnoc Odhar -- 170 -- 4 -- 16 Cnoc Breac -- 170 -- 4 -- 18 Canal House -- 170 -- 8 -- 22 Church (Quoad Sacra) -- 170 -- 8 -- 22 Chatsworth Cottage -- 170 -- 8 -- 24 Creag a' Ghuail -- 170 -- 12 -- 25 Chapel (Site of) -- 170 -- 16 -- 32 Church -- 170 -- 16 -- 33 Creag Hamilton -- 180 -- 4 -- 35 Clach Hamilton -- 180 -- 4 -- 35 Cnoc Glas -- 180 -- 4 -- 36 Creagan Beag -- 180 -- 4 -- 37 Creagan Mòr -- 180 -- 4 -- 37 Clach an Easbuig -- 181 -- 13 -- 39 Cruach nan Cuileag -- 191 -- 16 -- 41
OS1/2/27/75A [Page] 75A Name -- Address J Malcolm Esqr. Poltalloch -- Callton Mor Lochgilphead W. J. Martin Esq. Factor -- Kilmartin Lochgilphead A. Campbell -- Auchandarroch Sir J. Ord -- Kilmory Dr. Hunter -- Kindrochit Lochgilphead Captn. J. A. Campbell -- Inverneil House by Ardrishaig W. Furlong Esqr. -- Erins G. C. Campbell Esqr. -- Stonefield by Ardrishaig Mr. George Murray Ground Officer -- Tarbert by Ardrishaig A. McEwan Esqr. -- Union Bank of Scotland Lochgilphead D. McLachlan Esqr. -- Writer Lochgilphead Mr. Neil McCallum -- Craigglass by Lochgilphead Mr. Bamford -- Tighnacraig Ardrishaig Mr. Hay -- Glengilp Distillery Ardrishaig W. A. Campbell Esqr. -- Ormsary Lochgilphead
OS1/2/27/76 [Page] 76 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Cruach Tharsuinn -- 191 -- 16 -- 42 Cnoc na Sean-leacainn -- 191 -- 16 -- 42 Cnoc a' Bharaille -- 191 -- 16 -- 43 Cruach Gar'dhoire -- 191 -- 16 -- 43 Creag Chat-fiadhach -- 191 -- 16 -- 44 Cnoc Doire nan Each -- 191 -- 16 -- 44 Cnoc Tigh an t-Sluic -- 191 -- 16 -- 44 Cnoc an t-Sagairt -- 191 -- 16 -- 45 Creag Mhòr -- 192 -- 1 -- 48 Creagan Eirionnaich -- 192 -- 1 -- 49 Cnoc nan Cabar -- 192 -- 5 -- 51 Cnoc Dubh -- 192 -- 5 -- 52 Creag Liath -- 192 -- 5 -- 52 Cnocan Duin'uasail -- 192 -- 9 -- 60 Creagan Soilleir -- 192 -- 9 -- 60 Carraig nan Ròn -- 192 -- 9 -- 61 Carraig an Staic -- 192 -- 9 -- 62 Cnoc nan Cat-fiadhaich -- 192 -- 9 -- 62 Cnoc a' Bhuic -- 192 -- 13 -- 65 Cnoc Mòr -- 192 -- 13 -- 68 Cnocan Ruadh -- 192 -- 13 -- 69 Cnocan Sgairbh -- 192 -- 13 -- 69 Cnoc nan Dearc -- 192 -- 13 -- 70 Cove -- 192 -- 13 -- 72 Cnoc a' Chrocadaire -- 192 -- 13 -- 72 Dhaill -- 160 -- 11 -- 3 Duncuan Island -- 170 -- 8 -- 24 Doire Fhluich -- 191 -- 16 -- 43 Dubhchladach -- 191 -- 16 -- 46 Dùnan Garbh -- 192 -- 1 -- 47 Druim na Fola -- 192 -- 9 -- 57 Dùnan Cruinn -- 192 -- 9 -- 58 Druim Riablach -- 192 -- 9 -- 61 Dubh-chaol Linne -- 192 -- 13 -- 66 Episcopal School -- 170 -- 8 -- 21 Erins -- 181 -- 13 -- 40 Eas Mòr -- 192 -- 1 -- 47 Eilean an Dùnain -- 192 -- 1 -- 47 Eas Achadh na Sroine -- 192 -- 9 -- 57 Eilean a' Chòca -- 192 -- 13 -- 70 East Loch Tarbert -- 192 -- 13 -- 71 F. C. [Free Church] School -- 170 -- 8 -- 21 Fascadale -- 170 -- 12 -- 25 Free Church Manse -- 192 -- 13 -- 71 Glenburn Cottage -- 170 -- 4 -- 16 Glendarrach -- 170 -- 4 -- 18 Glengilp Distillery -- 170 -- 4 -- 18 Glengilp Burn -- 170 -- 4 -- 19 Gracefield -- 170 -- 8 -- 24 Gleann nan Cabar -- 180 -- 4 -- 36 Glen Ralloch -- 191 -- 16 -- 41 Glenralloch -- 191 -- 16 -- 41 Glac an Fheadain -- 191 -- 16 -- 43 Gob na Luibe Duibhe -- 192 -- 1 -- 48 Garadh Liath -- 192 -- 13 -- 65 Garbh Mhaol -- 192 -- 13 -- 67 Glenakill -- 192 -- 13 -- 70 Hazelburn Cottage -- 170 -- 4 -- 15 Harbour -- 170 -- 8 -- 22 Hospital -- 192 -- 13 -- 67 Inverneil House -- 170 -- 16 -- 31 Inverneil Island -- 170 -- 16 -- 33 Inverneil -- 180 -- 4 -- 35 Kindrochit -- 160 -- 16 -- 13 Kilduskland -- 170 -- 4 -- 17 Loch Gilp -- 170 -- 4 -- 16 Lighthouse -- 170 -- 8 -- 29 Leàn Fear na Feusaige -- 170 -- 16 -- 30 Lochend -- 191 -- 16 -- 46

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