- INISHAIL, county of Argyll.
A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. Samuel Lewis. 1856.
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Inishail — is an island, and former parish,Wilson, Rev. John The Gazetteer of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1882) Published by W. A.K. Johnstone] in Loch Awe, Scotland.It is between Cladich and Kilchurn, and contains an interesting ancient cemetery and remains of an … Wikipedia
Glenorchy and Inishail — GLENORCHY and INISHAIL, a parish, in the districts of Lorn and Argyll, county of Argyll, 14 miles (N. by E.) from Inverary; containing 1644 inhabitants, of whom 247 are in that portion of the parish which was till lately annexed, quoad sacra,… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
Chapel of St Fyndoca — The Chapel of St Fyndoca (alternate: Fyndoc, or Findoc) is located on the island of Inishail in Loch Awe, Scotland. History In the Origines Parochiales Scotiae, the following was noted: The year 1257 is marked by the gift of two churches to the… … Wikipedia
Loch Awe — Infobox lake lake name = Loch Awe image lake = Loch Awe.jpg caption lake = Northern arm from the flanks of Beinn a Bhuiridh image bathymetry = caption bathymetry = location = Argyll and Bute, Scotland coords = coord|56|17|52|N|5|14|06|W|region:GB … Wikipedia
List of freshwater islands in Scotland — This is a list of freshwater islands in Scotland. It includes islands within fresh water lochs and within rivers but excludes crannogs. In lochs Loch Arkaig *An t Eilean Beag *Eilean a Ghiubhais *Eilean Loch Airceig Loch Avich *Innis Luana… … Wikipedia
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Loch Awe — Geographische Lage Argyll and Bute, Schottland Zuflüsse Orchy und Strae sowie zahlreiche Bäche Abfl … Deutsch Wikipedia
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