Black and white photograph of Lord George Campbell at the Lodge in 1912.
Lord George Campbell, son of the 8th Duke of Argyll, outside the Lodge in 1912.
Audio cassette recording of Rev. Robert Higham interviewed by Maggie Campbell in the Manse at Gott on 19/8/2002.
Rev. Robert Higham talks to Maggie Campbell at Gott Manse in August 2002 about Christianity on Tiree since the 13th century, the Tiree chapels particularly those at Kirkapol and other sites of worship, the place-names associated with saints, the restoration of the Kirkapol chapels and the pilgrimage route.
Photocopied extract from `Origines Parociales Scotiae`, 1850, pp 327-31.
History of the parishes of Soroby and Kirkapol from 1292 – 1635.
Black and white photograph of group at the Lodge.
Group photograph taken at the Lodge in the 1910s or 1920s. L-R: (back row) Malcolm MacLean (Calum Dhomhnaill Og), Lighthouse View; Mairi Anna MacLean (Malcolm`s sister); John MacKinnon (Iain Dhomhnaill – `Faithful John`), Lodge Farm; Anna Campbell (Anna an Loidse – Rosie MacIntyre`s mother); Jessie MacPhee (Duncan MacPhee`s mother); Calum a` Ghobhainn (Rosie`s father); Dugy Mary MacDonald; Seumas a` Ghobhainn; Alice Lauder; `bodach nam picture`; (front row) Peigi Eairdsidh; Bean Ailein MacFadyen, Gott; Iain Campbell (Rosie`s godfather), Bunessan; Floraidh, bean Dhomhnaill MacPhaill; Eachann MacInnes; Iain Eoghainn MacPhaill; Nancy Barrett; Vaul, Lady Frances Balfour`s dog. (Original in Filing Cabinet 8 drawer 1)
Booklet `The Kirkapol Chapels, Isle of Tiree` by Rev. Robert D. Higham.
The ecclesiastical history of the chapels, their ministers, the structure of the chapels and their conservation.
Newspaper article `Tiree`s grave discovery` about the Kirkapol chapels.
Discovery of mass grave at one of the Kirkpol chapels.