Loch Nell Argyllshire Scotland
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Note about places around Loch Nell, 1884
Scope and Contents Note about places around Loch Nell [Loch nan Eala, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire] including Eilean Nighean, Loch Nell House, Croc a Chronain and Loch na Dunach [Cnoc a' Chrònain, Loch na Dùnach]. It states that Eilean Nighean Loch na h-Eala was a hiding pace for a girl [unnamed], that the island had trees and it was beautiful. Loch Nell House 'stood on east side in beaut[iful] hollow under Pretty spot'. The note also mentions 'Bodaich Thorr an Tuirc' and 'Muinntir Srontoilleir'.
Note entitled 'Clach Dhiarmaid', 1884
Scope and Contents Note entitled 'Clach Dhiarmaid' describing the stone and its situation at the north end of Loch Nell [Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire] close to River Lonan and a stone circle of granite boulders. States that the 'plain of Stron t Soilleir' [Strontoiller] is beautiful.
Note listing places near Loch Nell, 1884
Scope and Contents Note listing places near Loch Nell, which reads 'Dun Neil in Sron toilleir Cladh na h-Inid, Torr an tuirc Lochneill house a black house thatched on E[ast] S[ide]' [Loch nan Eala, Dùn-neil, Strontoiller, Cladh na h-Annaid, Torinturk and Lochnell House, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire]. The places are probably of archaeological interest.
Story about Cladh na h-Inid and the house at Loch Nell, 1884
Scope and Contents Story about Cladh na h-Inid [Cladh na h-Annaid] and the house at Loch Nell [Loch nan Eala, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire] that Cladh na h-Inid is a stone circle of '17 x 19 y[ar]ds' that there was a grave cist there and also that it was the site of a battle between natives and the Irish. Also states that Alastair MacColla had to put the house at Loch Nell on fire but the fire would not burn because the 'laogh alla' was visiting.