Angel Hill is a small fenced hilltop enclosure. It is thought by some that the name could be a corruption from Gaelic for a Beacon or Fire Hill. In early Christian times it was the custom to light fires on high ground near to religious sites. Just when or why the descision to use this hill top for burials was made is unclear but the early burials were of the Maclennan family.
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Angel Hill is not marked on this plan but can be found at Kirkton. Cross the road by the church and follow the path along the burnside then up hill to the small fenced enclosure.
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