Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = PJM Use also for graveyards.
Found in 91 Collections and/or Records:
Note on wells in graveyards on North Uist, 24 March 1869
Scope and Contents Note on the wells at the graveyards Cladh Mhartain at Malacleit [Cladh Mhàrtainn, Malaclate] and Cladh Pheadair at Sollas [Solas, both Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist] and their physical situations.
Dates: 24 March 1869
Note which reads 'Cladh C[aluim] chille in Miuthlaidh', 1901
Scope and Contents Note which reads 'Cladh C[aluim] chille [St Columba] in Miuthlaidh' [Miùghlaigh/Mingulay].
Note which reads 'Tota Chrisnein, Cuir church & bury[ing] ground.', September 1872
Scope and Contents Note which reads 'Tota Chrisnein, Cuir church & bury[ing] ground.' [Tobhta Chrissein, Cuidhir, Bhatarsaigh/Vatersay]
Dates: September 1872
Notes about Caibeal na Mealacha and Caibeal Colla Mac Speur, September 1872
Scope and Contents Notes about Caibeal na Mealacha which is also known as Caibeal Colla Mac Speur [also Caibeal Cui-Chroise, Barraigh/Isle of Barra] that Colla Mac Speur [also Colla Mac Spéir] was a stranger who was buried at the chapel alone. The people wanted to make it a burial place but were not allowed and had to bury people at Cille-bharra. All the stones for Caibeal Colla Mac Speur were found at Cille-bharra.
Dates: September 1872
Notes about Cladh Bhriit and Cladh Chraigeig, August 1886
Scope and Contents Notes about Cladh Bhriit and Cladh Chraigeig [Cladh Bhrìde, Am Muile/Isle of Mull and Cragaig graveyard, Ulbha/Ulva] stating that the former had a cross which stood in a socket about one and a half feet high, but is broken and the latter is at Aoinidh Chraigeig.
Dates: August 1886
Notes about religious sites in North Uist and Benbecula, 1869
Scope and Contents Notes about religious sites at Keallin and Croc an Torrain [Ceallan/Kallin and Cnoc an Torrain/Knockintorran, Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist], Nunton [Baille nan Cailleach, Beinn na Faoghla/Benbecula].
Notes and story about Naomh Moire [Maol-ruibhe], Naomh Brian[ain] and associated archaeological sites, 1867
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, Miùghlaigh/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, Beàrnaraigh/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...
Notes and story about the Lochlannaich [Vikings], 1867
Scope and Contents Notes and story about the Lochlannaich [Vikings] probably collected from Roderick MacNeil, aged 88, crofter, Miùghlaigh/Mingulay telling how they lived on Fuda [Fuidheigh/Fuday] and were killed there by Mac an Amhrais, an illegitimate son of MacNeil of Barra to prove, at MacNeil's request, that he was his son. The informant states, 'The Lochlannaich at one time owned all these islands,' and had a king called Barp 'who was the embodi[ment] of al that was fierce cruel and murderous'. When he died...
Notes on Cladh Chriosd and Cladh Mhoire, 1869
Scope and Contents Notes on Cladh Chriosd [Cladh Chrìosd] and Cladh Mhoire, graveyards in Vatersay [Bhatarsaigh] and Sanntrai [Sanndraigh/Sandray] that no women are buried in Cladh Chrìosd and that the chaplain of the ship 'Anna Jane' was buried there.
Notes on Fenian placenames and associated poems, c1866
Scope and Contents Notes probably collected from Alexander MacKenzie, Uisgebhagh/Uiskevagh, Beinn na Faoghla/Benbecula, on Fenian placenames and associated poems including a verse each from Laoidh Dhiarmaid and Laoidh Mhanuis. MacKenzie describes Gleann-na- tullach and Gleann-na-muice [Gleann Tùlacha, possibly Pollan na muice and Poll-iù/Poolewe, Ros is Cromba/Ross and Cromarty] as being to the south and to the north of Suidheachan Fhinn, where Fenians used to hunt and where Fionn sat 'dar bha Diarmad a ruith "na...