List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ARGYLL INN [Tobermory] Argyll Inn Ditto 038 A public house close to the Baptist Chapel, Ledaig. Property of Mr Allan, Aros House
TOBAR MHOIRE Tobar Mhoire Ditto 038 A spring situated an hundred yards south of St. Mary's Chapel. In English the name is "Mary's Well" so called from a woman of that name having fallen into. THe date of the occasion is not known but it is supposed that it was a ????? period.
"Extract from Fullarton's Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland Vol 2 P 795. in the description of the origin of the Town of Tobermory it states its meaning "Mary's Well" and was taken from a fountain on the spot dedicated to the Virgin".
TOM-A-MHUILINN Tom-a-mhuilinn Mr N McKinnon, Tobermory
Mr Dugald McKinnon, Do
Mr Campbell, Dervaig
038 This name applies to two or three old houses and a small disused mill situated on the right bank of Tobermory River. Property of Mr Allan. Meaning of name "Mill Hill".

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2013 The Baptist Chapel is now a masonic hall. The Argyll Inn is now the Harbour Guest House, Main Street

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