Guide to Londubh Burial Ground, Poolewe
About this Resource
The Londubh Burial Ground, Poolewe, together with its ruined chapel (‘Inverewe Old Church’) and Pictish symbol stone are recognised to be very special. They are thought to date back prior to any local written history, into at least the medieval period and possibly, given the circular enclosing bank in places beyond the present wall, to the earliest Christian period. In 1997, they were accorded the status of a Scheduled Ancient Monument by Historic Scotland.
This website can be used to find a grave within the burial ground. It also helps understand something of the history and stories of the burial ground which reflect the life and times of generations of Londubh and Poolewe folk.
OrganisationThis resource is held by:
Dr Karen Buchanan
Please note that links to websites and catalogues are provided by the Organisations listed and not maintained by Scottish Local History Forum.