Traditionally believed to be the site of Cill Choinnich. The [simple_tooltip content='OS Name Books, Inverness-shire Ordnance Survey Name Books, 1876-1878. ScotlandsPlaces <https://scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/digital-volumes/ordnance-survey-name-books/inverness-shire-os-name-books-1876-1878>.']OS Name Books (OS/18/12/72)[/simple_tooltip] record that: ‘It is traditionally Known that there once stood a Chapel, and burying ground where marked on plan. But there is none now living who can point out with Certainty the exact spot. This name is now well authenticated and the Site has been shown on plan’.
See Beinn Ruigh Choinnich for a discussion of this site.
Canmore ID 9782
- Grid reference: NF796199
G cladh ‘burial ground, cemetery, graveyard’ + pn Cainnech (?Mac Luigthig of Aghaboe)
(?St Cainnech’s Burial Ground)
[simple_tooltip content='Six-inch 1st edition Ordnance Survey Maps of Scotland, 1843-1882 <https://maps.nls.uk/os/6inch/index.html>.']OS 6-inch[/simple_tooltip] Site of Chapel & Cladh Choinnich (Burial Ground)