Found in 1040 Collections and/or Records:
Story relating to George Munro, John Munro, Hugh MacEachen and Father Ranald MacEachen and accompanying poem, 1892
Story collected from Iain MacCoinnich [John MacKenzie], Uisgeabhagh/Uiskevagh, Beinn na Faoghla/Benbecula relating to Oscar and how he got his name, noting that at first he was called 'Cuime-nan-Cnamh' at first but after bravely slaying a beast his grandfather, Fionn, called him Oscar.
Story relating to Saint Ronan probably collected from Angus Gunn, cottar, Dail bho Thuath/North Dell, Nis/Ness, Eilean Leòdhais/Isle of Lewis telling how St Ronan made his way to the island which became Roney [Rònaidh/North Rona] pursued by a wild beast. The story also relates that Ronan built a chapel on the island and that his two sisters followed him there.
Story that Tai an Deora [Taigh an Deòra] was where the old house of Bachuil stood along with a kiln and barn but that 'Iain Baran' lost Bachuil about sixty years before [c.1810] [both places Lios Mòr/Lismore, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire].
Story telling how while he was recording a song from Christy MacLeod, Obbe, Na Hearadh/Isle of Harris 'some peraboutes teazed this poor weak minded woman saying that I was ab[ou]t the Queen & that I would show her the song'. On finishing the song the weak-minded woman said, 'Chi sibh a nis a chagair an t oran mar a rinn mise do ghobhachan eir bealaobh na Banrigh.'
Story title and fragment of an informant's name which reads 'Cailleach Luirsag, From Donald Mac[-]', October 1870
Story title and fragment of an informant's name which reads 'Cailleach Luirsag, From Donald Mac[-]'.