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Crolin, Ross and Cromarty

Historical Description

CROLIN, an island, in the parish of APPLECROSS, county of Ross and CROMARTY; containing 40 inhabitants. It is situated near the entrance into Loch Carron, on the western coast, and is the most southern of a small group. Crolin is about a mile in length and of nearly equal breadth. There is some good pasturage.

Transcribed from A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland, 1851 by Samuel Lewis