Township: Cornaigmore

Map Reference: Cornaigmore 99

Name Type: agriculture

Meaning: The croft of the mill

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Included the field to the south of the road. There was an area of ground south-west of the mill where they played shinty at New Year - AK.

The field behind the school was never sown by John Donald’s father until term day, the 28th of May, because there were often strong winds in May and the seed could be blown out of the ground. One year Lachie found seed all over the road on his way to school, but there was a good crop that year anyway! Lachlan Campbell, Crossapol, 5/2010.

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Languages : Gaelic

Informants: Mrs. Chicken, Cornaigmore, 11/1993

Informant 2: Annie Kennedy, Port Ban, 1/1994