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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LAG NAN GAEL Lag nan Gael
Lag nan Gael
Lag nan Gael
John Cameron Sanda
J. Ritchie Sanda
Archibald McKerral
266 A narrow strip of land partly cultivated.
Sig: [Signification] "Hollow of the Highlanders'".
CHAPEL (In Ruins) [Sanda] Chapel (In Ruins) John Cameron Sanda
J. Ritchie Sanda
Archibald McKerral
266 Ruins of an old Chapel with an uninclosed Burial grd: [ground]. In the Burial ground are two very old Head Stones, one of them the shape of a rude Cross.
SANDA ISLAND Sanda
Sanda
Sanda
Stat: [Statistical] Account
John Cameron, Sanda
County Map
266 Situated about 1 1/2 mile from the Main land. Has a bold & rugged Coast, very little of it is cultivated.
The only remarkable object of interest is the Light House.

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[Sanda deleted] Argyll [Southend deleted]

Chapel [note]
St Ninian's Chapel

Fordon & others say
that here was a cell of
St. Adamnan. Mr. Howson
who visited the spot says the
Chl. [Chapel] is called Kilmashenaghan
from a St. Shenaghan. Origines [Parochiales], footnote p [page] 9.

"On the island of Sanda are the ruins of a chapel dedicated
to Saint Ninian" Origines Parochiales

"In the island of Sanda, are also situated the ruins of a chapel
dedicated to St. Ninian, together with two crosses of very rude design
Like the former repositories of the dead, this burying ground also shows
every mark of neglect being unenclosed". New Stat [Statistical] Account

Sanda Island [note]
"The group of islets of its south coast named Sanda,
Sheep Isle and Glunamore are included in the parish
of South-End. Origines Parochiales
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