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Hosta North Uist Inverness-shire Scotland

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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Archaeological note about 'Teampul Cliamain', 20 November 1873

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Identifier: Coll-97/CW111/9
Scope and Contents Archaeological note about 'Teampul Cliamain' [Teampull Chliamainn/St Clement's Chapel] describing its location on the machair at Hosta [Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist] and its dimensions. Carmichael also notes 'Leachain Hough us Hosta near Cill a Mhoiri an Colasay - Hough name of place where Temple is.' [Colbhasa/Colonsay, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire]
Dates: 20 November 1873

Note entitled 'Run-rig at Hosta', 20 October 1884 to 1886

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Identifier: Coll-97/CW122/61
Scope and Contents Note entitled 'Run-rig at Hosta' collected from Mr Angus Macquarrie, schoolmaster, Taighearry [Tigh Ghearraidh/Tigharry, Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist] describing in detail the system of division of rigs between tenants at Hosta [Homhsta]. The system is noted as being in use at Caolas Paible and Heisgeir [Caolas Paibeil/Kyles Paible, Heisker/Monach Isles].
Dates: 20 October 1884 to 1886

Story about Siol Ghorrie [Sìol Ghoraidh] and Siol Mhur[achaidh], 14 July 1870

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Identifier: Coll-97/CW116/99
Scope and Contents Story about Siol Ghorrie [Sìol Ghoraidh] probably collected from Margaret MacDonald, Malacleit/Malaclete, Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist. The story tells how Goraidh was descended from MacDonald of Duntuilm [Dùn Thuilm/Duntulm, An t-Eilean Sgitheanach/Isle of Skye] and Murdoch [Murchadh] from MacDonald of Cinntire [Cinn Tìre/Kintyre]. Mac Suain mor a Raarsai [MacSween of Raasay] killed Goraidh in an attempt to have Trotternish [Tròndairnis] for himself but he failed to get this. There were eighteen...
Dates: 14 July 1870

Story entitled 'Eoan Og Bhalai agus Eoan Og Hosta', 10 May 1867

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Identifier: Coll-97/CW114/23
Scope and Contents Story entitled 'Eoan Og Bhalai agus Eoan Og Hosta' [Eòghan Òg Bhàlaigh agus Eòghan Òg Hosta] collected from Calum MacLeoid [Malcolm MacLeod], Lochnammadadh [Bhàlaigh/Vallay, Homhsta and Loch nam Madadh/Lochmaddy, all Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist]. The story tells how Eòghan Og Hosta had a fierce dog which would attack people on the road which runs through the glen at Amhain Ialai [Abhainn Ealay]. One day it attacked Eòghan Òg Bhàlaigh who cut its head off with a sword, this turned into a fight in...
Dates: 10 May 1867