Township: Kilmoluaig

Map Reference: Kilmoluaig 14

Name Type: sliabh

Meaning: Ishbel's little cairn

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Information:The stone on the Kilmoluaig sliabh which commemorates a woman who was killled there by a jealous lover The song 'Mo Nighean Donn a Cornaig' was written about her - Hector Kennedy, SA 1977/72/B7a.

See also SA 1979/79/B3.

Somewhere on the common grazing. He says the story was recorded from Hector Kennedy, Heylipol. It may commemorate the murder of a girl from Moss - HC.

Recorded by Eric Cregeen, it commemorates the murder of a girl as recoreded in the song "Mo nighean donn a Cornaig" - LC.

He has looked for it many times but not found it - IMcK. It may be in Kilmoluaig or accross the wall in Cornaig.

It is no longer there, but he thinks it may have been behind the house, to the west, on an outcrop - HC.

Opposite An Taigh Searmoin - SA1982/102/A2

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Languages : Gaelic

Informants: Hugh Campbell, Garraphail, 4/1994 and 11/1995 and 4/2011

Informant 2: Lachlan Campbell, Cornaigbeg, 6/1995

Informant 3: Iain MacKinnon (Iain Chaluim), Kilmoluaig, 4/1994