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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
OLD KIRKMAIDEN Old Kirkmaiden Site of Chapel or Church Peter Maclean, Mull Farm, Drumore
John Brown, Cardryne
036 The Site of this Chapel or Church, is Situated in a Small Valley between The Barracks Bridge and Port-an-kill. This is the "old [Parish] Church", referred to in Chalmers Caledonia. and is said that it is from this (old [Parish] Church) that the [Parish] of Kirkmaiden has derived its name. Nothing now remains to be seen of this Building but the Site or Part of the foundation (as Shown on Trace). There is a small churchyard attached to it. Tradition assigns that this was a Roman Catholic Chapel before the reformation but was then Converted into a Church or [Vark], also that Mr. In. Callender, Protestant Minister, Preached here. It is on the farm of the Mull. Proprietor [Colonel] McDowell of Logan

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[Page] 143
List of Names collected by John Callanan C.A. [Civil Assistant]

Plan 36. A
Trace 5
[Parish] Kirkmaiden

Objects
Chapel or Church - ruins or foundation of building

[Signed]
John Callanan
C.A. [Civil Assistant]

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