Druimavuic is sited at the head of Loch Creran, to the south of the burn.
It has also been known as Baleveolan during its time connected with the McDougalls who owned the farm of the same name on Lismore.

John Campbell of Baleveolan was granted tenancy of Glen Duror in May 1751 as part of Colin Campbell of Glenure's response to control the lands and rents of Duror.1

home of Mary Carmichael - c1812 - 1889 - one of the informants to the Carmichael Watson records.

Story about the burning of the wooden holy images or statues [of saints Columba, Moluag and Cyril/Curalan] by local young men possibly collected from Mary Carmichael, aged 71, Druimavuic, Glencreran [Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire]. An old woman at Leitir-ru-Altain [Letterwalton, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire] called out to Cuirralain [Curalan/St Cyril] and he appeared before her and said, 'Mas duil leat an duine sin cuimich a lamh.' The woman took the breid (kertch) from her head and bound the saint’s wounded hand, which thereupon healed. The dialogue is repeated in slightly different form at the end of the story as 'O chaomh Chuirallai, Cuim an cuire tu an duine gu bas, Mas trua leats an duine, cuimich a lamh.'
Dates 29 August 1883

Home of Jane McNeill 19 December 1911 - 18 April 2011 - daughter of John McNeill, QC, of Colonsay, early years in Far East where John was crown advocate in Shanghai, barrister in Hong Kong, moving to Drumavuic from 1937. She was a noted beauty, model and Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry, widow of the 9th Duke
His Father Duncan died there in 1953

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