(several links to photo albums have become void, these will be repaired sometime - it would be best if we could create a gallery of our own for our images .. one of many aspirations)
Monumental inscriptions
List from The Scottish Association of Family History Societies
Ardchattan : Achnabree
Ardchattan : Achnaba

Ardchattan : Ardchattan Cemetery (Baile Mhoadon) Balevodan a few included in this album of Photographs of Balevodan
and a https://www.thehazeltree.co.uk/2016/03/25/ardchattan-in-the-footsteps-of-st-baodan/ good description on the Hazeltree site [ Bailie Mhaodain]
Ardchattan : Ardchattan Priory
Ardchattan : Benderloch burial ground Ledaig
Ardchattan : Cladh Na H'Annait - This is in Glen Lonan - behind Corachie Clematis / Kennels / Taynuilt trees, ([[http://canmoremapping.rcahms.gov.uk/index.php?action=do_advanced&idnumlink=23435]]

Also Gravestones at Lochnell [ Lochnell Burial Ground], by Tralee Bay
Dalvuie burial ground
Dalness burial ground
Beinn Churalain burial ground at Creagan above Loch Creran
Muckairn burial ground

and beyond our immediate parish boundaries
https://archaeologyscotland.org.uk/adopt-a-monument/groups/keil-chapel/ |Keil Chapel in Duror
Eilean Mundi - on file

In the archive we have lairage records for Achnaba ; copies of the Scottish Genealogy Society survey of Benderloch and the Priory ; photographs of grave stones of the area.

Burial records1
Historically, the Church of Scotland, in the form of kirk sessions and heritors in each parish, was responsible for the maintenance of burial grounds within churchyards and kept records of burials. In 1925 responsibility for the maintenance of Church graveyards was transferred to local authorities (or councils) in Scotland and from then burial records were no longer the responsibility of the Church.

Early Medieval burial in Scotland

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