Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) page 407 right column

Click on the image for a larger version suitable for printing.


Incbbelly, hamlet, with bridge over the Kelvin, on
border of Stirlingshire and detached part of Dumbar-
tonshire, 1 mile NE. of Kirkintilloch.

Inchbcrry, hamlet, Rothes par., Elginshire, 44
miles SAY. of Fochabers.

Inchbrakie, seat, in par. and 24 miles E. of Crieff,
Perthshire ; in the park are the remains of Inchbrakie
Castle, demolished by Cromwell in 1651.

Inchbrayock (or Bossic) Island, in mouth of river
South Esk, NE. Forfarshire ; is included in the pari,
burgh of Montrose, with which it is connected by a
suspension bridge.

Inchbrook, hamlet, Avening par., Gloucestershire,

1 mile from AYoodchester sta.

Inchcailloch, wooded island, in Loch Lomond,
Buchanan par., Stirlingshire, near mouth of Endrick
AVater ; has an old churchyard (a burying-place of the
Macgregors), and vestiges of an ancient church.

Inchcape Rock. See Bell Rock.

Inchcolin, island, in Firth of Forth, Aberdour par.,
Fife, 14 mile S. of Aberdour, pop. 7. Inchcolm has
remains of an ancient monastery, including some con-
ventual buildings, a small church, and an octagonal
chapter-house, with stone roof; AY. of the church is a
very ancient oratory or cell.

Inchconnachan (Colqulioun’s Island), in Loch
Lomond, in par. and 1 mile SE. of Luss, Dumbarton.

Inchcormac, island, with remains of ancient chapel,
in mouth of Loch Sween, North Knapdale par., Argyll.

Inchcrnin, island, in Loch Lomond, Buchanan par.,
Stirlingshire, 14 mile SE. of Luss.

Inclulairnie, seat, Kinglassie par., Fife, 2 miles S.
of Leslie.

Inchdrewer Castle, now a farmhouse, in co. and 3
miles SAY. of Banff; was the scene of the tragical
death of George, third Lord Banff, in 1713.

Inches Station, ry. sta., in par. and 6 miles SAY. of
Douglas, Lanarkshire.

Inchfad, island, in Loch Lomond, Buchanan par.,
Stirlingshire, near Balmaha pier.

Inchgalbraith, island, with ruins of old castle, iu
Loch Lomond, Luss par., Dumbartonshire, near Ross-
dhu House.

Inchgarth, seat, near Cults sta., in co. and 3 miles
SAY. of Aberdeen.

Inchgarvie, island, in Firth of Forth, Inverkeithing
par., Fife, between North and South Queensferry; was
at one time a State prison; is now the central support
of the Forth Bridge.

Inchgower Distillery, near Buckie, Banffshire.

Incliicore, hamlet, Kilmainham township, in co. and

2 m. AY. of Dublin; P.O.; a locomotive depot is here.

Inchicronan, par., N. co. Clare, 6 m. NE. of Ennis,

17,438 ac., pop. 2123 ; contains Crusheen, with ry. sta.

Incliigeelagh, par. and vil., AY. co. Cork, on river
Lee, 9 miles SAV. of Macroom—par., 45,415 ac., pop.
4345; vil., pop. 164;

Inchinabacky, par., E. co. Cork, 2 miles NAY. of
Castlemartyr, 1475 ac., pop. 239.

Incliinnan, par., N. Renfrewshire, on river Clyde,
3330 ac., pop. 508; the church, on the site of a very
old building, is on the Black Cart, 1 m. AY. of Renfrew.

Inchlquin.—bar., mid. co. Clare, 88,387 ac., pop.
11,079 ; contains Inchiqnln Lough, near Corrofin.—
2. Inchiqnln, island, in Lough Corrib, Killursa par.,
N. co. Galway, 229 ac., pop. 74.

Inchkeith, island, in Firth of Forth, Kinghorn par.,
Fife, 4 miles N. of Leith, pop. 75; is fortified with 3
batteries erected in 1878-1881; Inchkeith Lighthouse,
on summit of island, is 58 ft. high, with revolving
light 220 ft. above high water, and seen 21 miles.

Inchkenneth, island, with seat, at mouth of Loch-
na-Keal, Kilfinichen and Kilvickeon par., Mull island,
Argyllshire, pop. 8; belonged to the monks of Iona,
and has the ruins of a very old church. Inchkenneth
figures prominently in Dr Johnson’s visit to the

Inchlonaig, island, in Loch Lomond, in par. and 1
mile E. of Luss, Dumbartonshire.

Inchmahome, island, in Lake of Menteith, SAY.
Perthshire; has remains of a priory of the 13th cen-
tury. Inchmahome was the temporary residence of the
young Mary Queen of Scots before her removal to France.
























0 1

1 1


3 1


Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1887. Public domain image from


Inch (or Ennis) is a Celtic word signifying “ island.”

Click on the image to get a large bitmap suitable for printing (45 MB)

Page 407 left column ... Page 408 left column

This page is written in HTML using a program written in Python 3.2, and image-to-HTML-text by ABBYY FineReader 11 Professional Edition.