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Old Dailly is now little more than a hamlet with its old school, a few private cottages, four council houses and a village hall, which was built and gifted to the community by the Todd family of Trochrague. The main feature of Old Dailly is it's ruined 14th century church and churchyard.
The church at Old Dailly was an important centre for the ancient parish, which was named Dalmakerran and around it were several dwellings, a mill and a manse. The Old Dailly churchyard contains the graves of several covenanters and two Charter Stones, which are mentioned in Sir Walter Scott's "Lord of The Isles".
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