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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST JOHN'S CHAPEL (Episcopalian) St. Johns Chapel (Episcopalian)
St. Johns Chapel (Episcopalian)
St. Johns Chapel (Episcopalian)
McLeod of McLeod, Dunvegan Castle
Mr McDonald, Joiner, Dunvegan
Mr Johnson Draper, Dunveyan
028 This name applies to a small Church, situated about 4 ½ miles South of Dunvegan Inn, it was erected in 1843 by Private Subscription, and is seated for 80 persons, it is at present only used occasionally and has been for a number of years, there is a small graveyard attached to the Church. Bracadale Ph [Parish]
BARPANNAN TUMULI Barpannan Tumuli Statistical Accounts.
Mr. McDonald, Gamekeeper, Colbost, by Struan, By Portree, Skye.
028 This name is applied to 3 ancient buildings or cairns, the north eastmost one of the 3 resembles the Duns or old Forts of which there are so many in this parish. They have merely the appearance of large piles of loose blocks of stones. Duirinish Ph [Parish]
LAG BUIDHE Lag Buidhe Mr McDonald.
A McNeill, Teacher.
028 Is applied to a piece of pasture and rough pasture land forming the N.E [North East] bank of the head of Loch Caroy. The name signified "The Yellow Hollow". Bracadale Ph [Parish]

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Isle of Skye -- County of Inverness

St. Johns Chapel (Episcopalian) - Changed by order John T. Hoban Ca [Civilian Assistant] 16 July 1877
[Situation Column] Bracadale Ph. [Parish]

Barpannan Tumuli - Plural - Singular number

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