Culcharran

Names : Culcharran : Culcharron : Culcharon : Culcharan : Culcaron

This has been an important place for people living here since the Neolithic era.
There is a cairn and standing stones marking importance for our ancient people.

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Site Number Site Name Site Type
NM93NW 32 Culcharron CAIRN
NM93NW 40.01 Culchurran, House Alternative(s) Culcharron; Culcharran House HOUSE
NM93NW 40.00 Culcharron FARMSTEAD
NM93NW 53 Benderloch, Culcharron Quarry NO CLASS (EVENT)

1767
MINUTES OF COMMISSIONERS OF SUPPLY CA/1/1 CALENDAR

13 June 1767
Ref. to old and new lines of road at the farm of Culcaron, par. Ardchattan 249

: 1786
Justices of the Peace Petitions NAS

Petition of Christian Henderson, late servant to Duncan McColl at Coullcharran, to J.P.s of Argyllshire, anent a 'New Callico Gown, a white demitty Pettycoat, a red Manky [callimanco] pettycoat, two aprons of chock [ - ] and Lawn, several Mutches and other Linnens' detained by said Duncan and his wife, with warrant and execution. [2 documents.]

:1824:
GD170 Papers of the Campbell Family of Barcaldine 1539-1961
Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference GD170/2326
Title Letter from James Campbell to Sir Duncan Campbell of Barcaldine, 1st b.t.
Dates 1824-1828
Access status Open
Location On site
Description 1824, January 5. Makes an offer for farm of Culcharran
1824, 1828. Dated at Culcharran, Shenvalie near Lochnell House.
Level File
Extent 2 letters

1871
Scotlandsplaces record
1882-1885
Culcharan : Ledaig, Argyllshire : A. Robertson, farmer. T. O. Oban1

Culcharan Quarry

Railway huts
Mary Ann Mcintyre 36 Yoker, Dunbartonshire (Husband Patrick, Peter MacIntyre of Ardnamurchan is at Appin railway huts)
Elizabeth Mcintyre 12
Peter Mcintyre 9
Allan Mcintyre 6
Maggy Mcintyre 4
William John Mcintyre 1 Arisaig
Thomas Smith 40
Samuel Thomson 46
Thomas Wallas 40
John Mckinnon 21

1921
SHEEP SCAB. from THE EDINBURGH GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921. page 1474

The following Areas are now " Movement Areas " for the purposes of Part I. of the Sheep (Double Dipping) Order of 1920:—The Area comprising the holdings known
as Auchenreir, Mill Farm, Rhugarbh, The Park and Glebe, Ferlochan, Culcharran, Auchnacreebeg, and North Ledaig, in the parish of Ardchattan and Muckairn2

Excavation of Culcharron Cairn, Benderloch, Argyll by Peltenburg E J.
An unbound 7 page paper extracted from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. 1971 (2 plates)
Publisher: National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh

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