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MacAulay (North Uist)

 Family

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Note about Una [nighean Rìgh Lochlann], clans and archaeological sites in North Uist, c1872

 Item
Identifier: Coll-97/CW90/76
Scope and Contents Note about Una [nighean Rìgh Lochlann], clans and archaeological sites in North Uist [Uibhist a Tuath] which states that the MacIsaacs, MacAulays and MacCuishes arrived there with Una. She is said to have built Kille moire at Howgeary [Cille Mhoire/Kilmuir, Hogha Gearraidh/Hougharry] while Clan MacVicar are said to have been burnt by her in Uamh airi nam faochag [Uamh Àirigh nam Faochag]. He notes that there are no chapels at either Airdvorain or Sgealoir [Àird a' Mhò rain and Dùn Sgealair].

Story about the worship of marked stones by followers of Una Nin Ri Lochlan on Unival, c1872

 Item
Identifier: Coll-97/CW90/74
Scope and Contents Story about the worship of marked stones by followers of Una Nin Ri Lochlan [Una Nighean Rìgh Lochlann] on Unival [Uineabhal, Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist]. It notes that any of Una's men who did not worship the images or were guilty of crime were made to move the stones as were any who 'Kept a fire alive at Beatlain [Bealltainn]'. The note also mentions barps at Langass and Tai Cloiche Mharadh [Langais and Taigh Cloiche, Marrogh]. Carmichael also adds a quote relating to the MacAulay family...