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Title Description Images Id
Port askaig 1960 Port askaig 1960 3
Oransay Priory photo priory window 5
Oransay Priory Founded in the 14th century, dedicated to St Columba For detailed information refer to RCAHMS ‘Inventory Volume 5’ Yes 6
Christening of Donald A MacNeill photo outside Oransay cottages 7
Donald A MacNeill Donald A MacNeill, 1924b  Christened in Oransay Priory Yes 8
Riasg Buidhe Deserted fishing settlement. Inhabitants were relocated to the newly built Glassard houses c.1922. Flora MacNeill identified the inhabitants of the early twentieth century: The inhabitants were: Jimmy Reid and his... Yes 10
Glassard houses Inhabitants were relocated to the newly built Glassard houses c.1922. from Riasg Buidhe 11
Flora MacNeill 12
Jimmy Reid Jimmy Reid lived in Riasg Buidhe with his sister 13
Riasg Buidhe photo: No 4  14
Oransay Priory photo of priory christening - DA MacNeill 15
Scalasaig Minor Light In 2014 Colonsay and Oransay Heritage Trust were awarded a grant from the Association of Industrial Archaeology to restore the original Scalasaig minor light. The light, which was oil lit, was built by David A.... Yes 16
Riasg Buidhe photo: No 3 18
Captain Hugh Campbell Lived in Riasg Buidh at No 4, with his grandmother, Anne McCalder. Yes 20
Gillesbuig McNeill The Bard of Colonsay. Lived in Riasg Buidh at No 1. A copy of his poem, Cumha Nam Braithrean, was found in a bible belonging to the late Flora MacNeill of Oronsay, then Glassard.  21