Booklet ‘Smuaintean bho Cheann a’ Bhara – Òrain agus bàrdachd le Niall M Brownlie’, 2016. A collection of Gaelic songs and poems written by Niall Brownlie, Barrapol (1925-2015), compiled by his niece, Flora MacKinnon.
Lump of iron ore found in Barrapol at NL 958 432, by Dr John Holliday in 2017.
Metal dessert spoon engraved with ‘NAAFI’ on the handle and encrusted with dark substance. Found in the ground in a stackyard in Barrapol in 2016, it would originally have been part of the cutlery stock of one of the RAF NAAFIs on Tiree (probably Hough) during WWII, but has since been used for mixing paint/varnish/glue on the croft.
Township history for Goirtean-Dhomhnaill / Barrapol researched and written by Hector MacPhail.
Information about prominent people in Goirtean-Dhomhnaill / Barrapol by croft numbers 1-12, and houses on The Land.
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Bag of 6 iron-rich rock fragments collected from Barrapol in 2015.
Flat grey piece of sandstone glacial drift found in Barrapol in 2015.
Card funeral sheet celebrating the life of Neil Brownlie, Barrapol (1925-2015), with a colour photograph of Neil and his dog on the front, and lyrics for two hymns inside (Morning has Broken; The Lord’s My Shepherd). The service was held at Falkirk Crematorium in January 2015. Neil wrote many stories, songs and articles about Gaelic culture and history.