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Cladh Bhrianain Isle of Barra Inverness-shire Scotland

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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Incomplete transcription of notes on Cladh Bhrianain, Late 19th century to early 20th century

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Identifier: Coll-97/CW107/7
Scope and Contents Incomplete transcription of notes on Cladh Bhrianain [St Brendan's Graveyard, Barraigh/Barra] which appear on folio 17v and 18r.
Dates: Late 19th century to early 20th century

Note entitled Cladh Bhrianain Barra, 5 March 1869

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Identifier: Coll-97/CW107/4
Scope and Contents Copy of notes on a graveyard and chapel in Barra [Cladh Bhrianain and Caibeal Bhrianain/St Brendan's Graveyard and St Brendan's Chapel, Barraigh] another version of which is found on folios 17v to 18v. A diagram of the chapel is included. The note mentions that Aonas mac Fir Dhaileile is the only priest known to have died in Barra and he is buried 'in the caibeal beag' [the small chapel].
Dates: 5 March 1869

Notes and story about Naomh Moire [Maol-ruibhe], Naomh Brian[ain] and associated archaeological sites, 1867

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Identifier: Coll-97/CW114/74
Scope and Contents Notes and story about Naomh Moire [Maol Rubha], Naomh Brian[ain] [Brendan] and associated archaeological sites probably collected from Roderick MacNeil, aged 88, crofter, MiĆ¹ghlaigh/Mingulay. The notes describe Tobar Chal[uim] Chille [St Columba's Well] as a muddy spring in a small gully east of the lighthouse [Barra Head, BeĆ rnaraigh/Berneray] and how St Maol Rubha's day was celebrated on Berneray 'as long as any of the old friamh had rel[atives] buried in the Cladh.' St Maol Rubha had a...
Dates: 1867