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Information on the village of Bunessan in Scotland.
This ruined township lies between Knockvologan and Ardalanish, and is marked on the modern OS map as "Tir Fhearagain". (NM 335185).
With families in the 1800's being of large size there may have been a population in excess of 100 in those times.
A detailed and excellent study of the township has been compiled - "The History Of Tireragan Township, Ross Of Mull - A Study in Local History" by Carol Riddell.
This excellent study can be found in full at: http://users.northnet.com.au/~carolrid/Tireragan.html and is well worth the read, prior to any visit.
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