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Allt Calmain
Mr. Maxwell Ballochgair
Mr. McIntyre
252.06 A stream rising about a mile and a half to the north west of Ardnacross farm Steading. Sign [Signification]"The Pigeon's Burn".
Mr. Maxwell
Mr McIntosh Dalintober
Mr Ferguson Managing Clerk to Mr Stewart Factor Campbelton
252.06 A farm house with offices attached the property of the Duke of Argyll.
BURIAL GROUND (Site of) [BaIIochgair] 252.06 On this farm about 7 chains south East in a field south of Curries Knowe is a spot of ground pointed out by Mr. Maxwell as being the side of an ancient burial ground. To corroborate this Mr. McIntosh says that a girl was buried here at one time and that her mother sat on the grave at night for a time after, mourning for her loss.
FORT [Ballochgair] 252.06 About a quarter of a mile North East are to be seen the distinct remains of a fort of an oval shape. Mr. Maxwell says it is traditionally handed down as having been of Danish origin. "A great number of forts, supposed to be Danish are to be seen along the sea coast of Kintyre. Old Stat [Statistical] Account XI. 517"

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252.6 Parish of Campbeltown

Fort - Old English

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