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short history of Benderloch, Barcaldine, Bonawe, Ardchattan and Glen Etive. by Barbara Fairweather

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Published by Glencoe & North Lorn Folk Museum in Glencoe .
Written in English


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Buy A Short History of Benderloch, Barcaldine, Bonawe, Ardchattan and Glen Etive by Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Author: Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum. Some of these were included in a book of pictures and memories entitled 'Ardchattan Parish, as we were '. Bibliography - An Astronomical Parish - Windows on Ardchattan Norman Macdonald The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland Argyll Volume 2 Lorn This brief history was compiled in JMBE. Ardchattan Parish Archive Family, Social and Local history of the area between Loch Etive and Creran, Lochawe & up to Glencoe: learning about the People and Places of Barcaldine, Benderloch, North Connel and Bonawe: genealogy, history, geology, archaeology, ecology, events, stories and images: Big Bang to Present Day! Barcaldine, Benderloch, N. Connel and Bonawe: genealogy, history, geology, archaeology and ecology (also inspired the name of the ferries who plied Loch Etive servicing the communities on the lochside and into Glen Etive, as well as the family and social history of Ardchattan. Please bear with us as we develop this site, and please join.

Benderloch lies on the A road between Oban & Fort William. This page encompasses the communities of Benderloch, North Connel, Barcaldine and Bonawe as well as those in the further reaches of Glen Etive; Glen Ure, and Glen Creran, by Oban, North Argyll. Ardchattan borders Loch Etive and includes Glen Ure, Glen Creran, Barcaldine, Benderloch, Connel, Bonawe and Glen Etive. The church was started in , paid for with a grant from the Earl of Breadalbane. Reverend Hugh Fraser was the first Minister of the new building, moving from Ardchattan at the time of the Disruption. Compra A Short History of Benderloch, Barcaldine, Bonawe, Ardchattan and Glen Etive. SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA su ordini idoneiFormat: Copertina flessibile. A One Place study for Ardchattan: Glen Creran, Barcaldine, Benderloch, Ledaig, North Connel, Bonawe and Glen Etive is now underway. Any contributions or questions are welcomed. Images of gravestones available, as will be a searchable database for records as time and volunteers allow.

Bonawe & District Charles Hunter, Oban. The Inveresragan papers in the Archives at Ardchattan Priory, throw much light on the little-documented period before the “forty-five”. All this was shortly before the new Bonawe ironworks and furnace was built on the Taynuilt side of Loch Etive. The chief of the MacIntyres held Glen Noe, Loch Etive, Argyll. Other leading MacIntyres are listed, in the “Valuation of Proprietors of Argyllshire”, as holding Grunachy and Lettirs. (ii) . Near Barcaldine is the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary, an ideal weather-proof visit. Head east from Benderloch along the north shore of Loch Etive and you pass Ardchattan Kirk to come to Ardchattan Garden and the ruins of Ardchattan Priory. North of Loch Creran you enter Appin. Barcaldine Castle, Benderloch Picture: some of the history - Check out Tripadvisor members' 1, candid photos and videos.