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Corrymonie, signifying St. [Saint] Mona's hollow, or valley
house of Foyers
The church is prettily placed in a wood upon the bank of
the river, and near the head of the bay. For the accommo-
dation of the upper part of the Vale, there is also a
Chapel about two thirds of the way from the lake to
Corrymonie, where public worship is celebrated every third Sunday.
Copied by Patrick Lynch C.A. [Civil Assistant]

[Examiner's Reply -- Chapel] -- Now used as a school, disused as a place of Worship

In replying to remarks on Antiquities etc in the parish
the Superintendent of Examiners will supply all the
local information he can obtain, and state what steps
he has taken to obtain such information
A.B. Coddington Lieut. R.E. [Lieutenant Royal Engineers]

In collecting information
regarding the different
objects of antiquity etc
in my work in this Parish
I called upon the Revd. [Reverend]
Mr. Cameron E.C. [Established Church] Manse
& upon the Revd. [Reverend] A McRae
F.C. [Free Church] Manse Drumna-
drochit and several -
other persons in the district
and upon their information
imparted to me I inserted
the different objects of antiquity
etc on Plans, & described them
[Signed] John Donovan
Lce Corpl R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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