North Creagan was in Appin parish most of the time.. but sometimes it slipped into our parish.

Also known as Cregan
South Cregan was particularly dominant as the railway was being built.

Ancient Burial up the hill above the bridge .. on the south-west slope of Beinn Churalain

"This well is on the old coffin track from the creagan inn to the burial ground on the slopes of ben churalain. There may have been a chapel nearby as one is marked on the old military maps, there are a group of ruined buildings below the churchyard. Beyond the churchyard roughly half a mile at a similar height are two wells,an eye well and a knee well and an outcrop of rock with a carving of a birlinn ship dated 1769."

StCairells-Well.jpgBurial Ground Grid Reference: NM98354524
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