105413: Sgeir an Tailleir, Pol an Oir

Sgeir an Tàilleir is the smaller of two rocks lying off Pol an Òir. It was previously named Gillespie’s Skerry for Gillespie (Archibald) Morrison, a smith who lived nearby at Pol an Òir, but later renamed after Gillespie (Archibald) MacLeod, a tailor, who lived at Pol an Òir from the 1880s. 

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Natural Landscape Feature
Also Known As:
Gillespie’s Skerry
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