Origines parochiales Scotiae Volume 1-2 ; the antiquities ecclesiastical and territorial of the parishes of Scotland

 
9781130289718: Origines parochiales Scotiae Volume 1-2 ; the antiquities ecclesiastical and territorial of the parishes of Scotland
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1854 Excerpt: ...Morvern. (Map, No. 41.) In the year 1409 a charter by Donald of He Lord of the Isles is witnessed by Master Niel rector of the church of Saint Columba of Keneavadean.10 In 1510 King James IV. presented Angus Makkane to the rectory of the church of Saint Columba in Morwarne, which was vacant 1 New Stat. Acc. Retours. s Argyle Inventory. 2 Gregory's Highlands and Isles, p. 25. New Stat. 8 A. D. 1409. Reg. Mag. Sig., lib. xiii. no. 300. Acc. Reg. Mag. Sig., lib. xiii. no. 300. Reg. Sec. Sig., 7 A. D. 1510. Reg. Sec. Sig., vol. iv. fol. 98. vol. xvi. fol. 19. 8 A. D. 1548. Reg. Sec. Sig., vol. xxiii. fol. 47. 3 Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, vol. xxx. A. D. 1671. Argyle Inventory. 1 State Papers, vol. v. pp. 477, 508. 10 Reg. Mag. Sig., lib. xiii. no. 300. by the decease of Sir John Judge.1 In 1548 Queen Mary granted to Hectour M'Gilleoun of Doward and his heirs, until the Queen should attain the age of fourteen years, the patronage of several parsonages, including the parsonage of the church of Kilcolmkill, when vacant by decease, resignation, or otherwise.2 The church of Kilcolmkill, dedicated to Saint Columba, and traditionally believed to have been founded by him, stood at Keill on Lochaline, where a small portion of its ruins and the burying ground remain.8 The church which existed in, 1794, whose dimensions were 40 feet by 16 within walls, and which had neither bell nor seats, stood at a short distance from the ruins at Keill.4 The present church was built in 1799.5 The churchyard was anciently held as a sanctuary.6 KILLINTAG. Killindykt7--Kilfynnyc8--Kyllyntag9--Killintag.10 Deanery of Morvern. (Map, No. 41.) In the year 1542 King James V. presented Sir Charles M'Clane chaplain to the rectory and vicarage of the church of Killindykt in Garmorvarn, which...

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