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Gaelic Chapel

Date 24 October 2013

Event ID 965806

Category Management

Type Site Management

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/965806

Symmetrical rectangular church roofless, with long north and south elevations.

Date stone inscribed ERECTED BY GEORGE ROSS ESQ ANNO DOMNI

1783. Built at sole expense of George Ross of Cromarty for the influx of Gaelic speaking people who came to English speaking Cromarty to work as a result of the Highland Clearances. (Historic Scotland)

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