- GOMETRAY ISLE, in the parish of Kilninian, county of Argyll. It is a small basaltic island of the Hebrides, lying between the isles of Mull and Staffa, and separated from Ulva by such a narrow sound that, from most points of view, they appear as if one island. There is a harbour on the north, and another on the south side, both of which are safe and tolerably commodious. The inhabitants rear cattle and horses, and manufacture kelp.
A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. Samuel Lewis. 1856.
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Ulva — ULVA, an island and quoad sacra parish, in the parish of Kilninian and Kilmore, district of Mull, and county of Argyll, 12 miles (W. S. W.) from Aros; containing, with the islands of Little Colonsay, Gometray, and Staffa, and a portion of the… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
Kilninian and Kilmore — KILNINIAN and KILMORE, a parish, in the district of Mull, county of Argyll; comprising the late quoad sacra districts of Tobermory and Ulva, and part of Salen; and containing 4335 inhabitants. These two ancient parishes, now united, and the… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland