• Islivig | Islibhig

    Islivig was described in Uig: A Hebridean Parish, in 1959:

    In Brenish and Islivig the soils are mainly peaty, becoming wetter in the west. Where visible the subsoil is gravel or stony boulder clay. There are no trees or shrubs and vegetation consists of marshy grass moors in the Mealista area with a considerable amount of cotton grass bog further north.

    Brenish and Islivig are old settlements, never cleared. In both, the sites of the original clachans can still be seen clustered around the mouths of their respective streams. The houses are now situated at the east end of the crofts, near to the road.

    Islivig has 10 crofts, worked as five in 1959.

    People of Islivig

    Islivig Gallery
    Islivig Marriages 1824-1824
    Islivig Births 1825-1843
    Islivig Lotting 1850
    Islivig Valuation 1855-58
    Islivig Tenants 1867
    Islivig Tenants 1891

    The genealogy of Islivig is still in preparation but you may find some on Hebridean Connections.

    Recent Notes from Islivig

    …and all the rest of them here.

    Photos from Islivig

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