List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAPEL [nr Letrualt] Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
Rev. [Reverend] J. Lawrie Fogo, Row
John Lindsay, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
Robert Glen, Stuckinduff
012 There are no remains of this house now standing nor can any traces of its site be observed except that the ground is for a small piece flat and covered with stones.
Robert Glen states that when ploughing he has turned up large stones like to what would be used as the foundation of a house. There is no record of the Saint to whom it was dedicated, but a burying ground lay at the South side of the Chapel. There are no traces of it (the B.G. [Burying Ground]) now to be seen except the slight track of a ditch supposed to have enclosed it and which the farmer filled up a few years ago. Nothing is known of its history.

A small piece of unploughed land a little to the North of the Site of the "Chapel" where the house stood in which the priest is supposed to have stayed. A very small portion of the foundation is still to be seen in the South west front of the (Continued in next page [page 40])

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Co. [County] Dumbarton -- Row Parish

[Below entry for Priest's House (Site of):]
Cancelled on tracing.

Transcriber's notes

Priest's House (Site of) does not appear on map or in index, therefore omitted and text added to Chapel entry.

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Alison James- Moderator, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator

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