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" the first name in all the Scottish Calendar, and presumably the first bringer of Christianity to Scotland, was St. Ninian of Withorn, born 360 AD ; his name also appears as Ringan and Rinan. Ground Plan, Church of St. Ninian, Sanda Island. He is commemorated... "
Place-names of Scotland - Page cii
by James Brown Johnston - 1903 - 308 pages
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Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - Ireland - 1899
...Ireland, and to have been left by Columba, in charge of Kiltolmkil. We are informed,1 " tlie first name in all the Scottish Calendar, and presumably the first...bringer of Christianity to Scotland, was St. Ninian of Withorn, born 360 AD ; his name also appears as Ilingan and Hinan. * ч'';'-~"^ f \ Ground Пап,...
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Report of the Excursion of the Cambrian Archaeological Association in ...

Robert Cochrane (F. S. A. Ireland) - Great Britain - 1900 - 186 pages
...of Kilcolmkil. i Transactions of Cambridge Camden Society, p. 80. We are informed,i "the first name in all the Scottish Calendar, and presumably the first...bringer of Christianity to Scotland, was St. Ninian of Withorn, born 360 AD ; his name also appears as Ringan and Rinan. Ground Plan, Church of St. Ninian,...
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