Township: Kilmoluaig

Map Reference: Kilmoluaig 138

Name Type: house

Meaning: The house of Murdoch, the son of Neil, the son of Iain from Morvern

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Related Places: See Ùtraid Thèarlaich Eòghainn.

Built by An Clachair Mòr from Balinoe for less than £100 in 1910. The stones came from the ruin on that croft and the croft to the north whose tenant, a blacksmith, had emigrated. His grandfather came from Morvern and was evicted from Ùtraid Theàrlaich Eòghainn in Heylipol - MMcD.

Niall a' Mhoraire was cleared in 1855 from a croft on Ùtraid Thèarlaich Eòghainn, Heylipol - Hector MacPhail, Ruaig, 12/1955

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Languages : Gaelic

Informants: Murdoch MacDonald, Kilmoluaig, 2/1992