Township: Cornaigbeg

Map Reference: Cornaigbeg a

Name Type: house

Meaning: The house of Donald the Turner

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Information:There was a Viking graveyard just to the north of this house - Hector MacPhail, Ruaig, 1/1994.

It was once a schoolhouse and then a minister's house - Archie MacLean, Crossapol, 1/1994.

It was originally bought as a house but it was never finished so the School Board bought it around 1860 and used it as a school before Cornaigmore school was opened - HAMcC from Donald Ardbeg.

It was originally a school - Alec MacLean, Cornaigbeg, 10/1994.

Built by Robert Campbell with his brother John. They used the measurements of Balephetrish House. It was finished by the School Board and the ground floor used for teaching - Donald MacLean, Ardbeg, SA 1974/138.

Tom MacLean who lived here administered the Poor Law for many years - Hector MacPhail, 2/1996.

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Languages : Gaelic, English

Informants: Hugh Archie MacCallum, Whitehouse, 2/1994