Loch Fyne Cemetery

Graveyard up behind the Loch Fyne Festival field

A number of the McCallums and Dewars etc from Kilmorich are buried there.1

Unknown as yet : has it been surveyed by the Society of Scottish Genealogists / Local historians / Inveraray Historical Society

book Argyll and Bute By Frank Arneil Walker, Fiona Sinclair

Kilmorich Burial Ground, 200m NE of Clachan Farm at the head of Loch Fyne. An overgrown hillside graveyard with a few mantled headstones, C18, and a single TAPERED SLAB C15-16. The enclosing rubble wall is of C!9 date but a slight terraced area at the centre may be the site of the medieval parish church dedicated to St Muireadhach and first recorded in the mid C13. Its post-Reformation successor was built 2.2km SSW at Cairndown in the early 18C

This is the gravestone of Neil Dewar and Mary McCallum and family.

Neil Dewar, Mary McCallum and James Dewar gravestone, hard to read Inscription Reads:
To the memory of Neil Dewar
Drishaig who died _ Aug 1846 aged _ Yrs
and of his wife Mary McCallum
Who died 19th Feb 1849 aged 48 years
And of their children
James died 4th July 1867
Aged 24 years
also three who died in infancy

map image here

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