Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
Note about Dun Na Ruai [Dùn Loch nic Ruaidhe, Barraigh/Isle of Barra] describing its composition as good square blocks of stone, like those at Aird Bhinn [possibly Àird Mhidhinis], an irregular oval shap and full of mountain ash and brambles. Also notes that a clachan goes from the shore.
Note about Dun-virimil [Dùn Bhioramuill, Ulbha/Ulva] that it is 'where Clark of Ulva bury [buried] - took up large stone, fine shot high.'
Note about Dunbeag Gearrameanoch [Dun Beag, Gearraidh Meadhanach, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist] that it is the 'largest among these'. Also notes that there is a house near it in which sometimes the ashes of the fire are blown about by the wind coming through the floor.
Note about duns and foot-marked rocks on the Isle of Barra [Barraigh] including Dùn Briain, Dun Chiu'ir [Dùn Chuidhir] and Dùnan Ruadh, Creaga la'uir and Ciste nan Cli'eann, which is described as having 'a wall of rock on each side'. Also mentioned is a high rock behind Lorg Mhic De and Lorg an Donais, which a large footmark and a small footmark in it.
Note about duns at Dun Sgeig and Carradale [Dùn Skeig and Càradal both Cinn Tìre/Kintyre] that one 'is a pen[insula] nearly an island.'
Note about duns in Barra which reads 'Dun an Sgialaiche Cliat op[po]s[ite] Cuir 25 duns in Barra'.
Note about St Clair Castle [Dùn Mhic Leòid, Barraigh/Isle of Barra] describing its position as about being a hundred yards from shore, and built on an artificial isle. He describes the stone used for building it, the door and that there are three sides to it.
Note about stones from Dun nan gallan and Dun b[aile] Gharvai [Dùn nan Gallan and Dùn Baile Gharbhaidh, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist] that that they were 'taken across the lakes during an extra frost 50 years ago [c1822]. The stones taken across on losgun [sledges/losgainn].'