Kintail

Kintail (Scottish Gaelic: Cinn Tàile) is an area of mountains in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. It consists of the mountains to the north of Glen Shiel and the A87 road between the heads of Loch Duich and Loch Cluanie; its boundaries, other than Glen Shiel, are generally taken to be the valleys of Strath Croe and Gleann Gaorsaic to the north and An Caorann Mòr to the east.

Read more about Kintail:  Geography, Ownership

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Earl Of Seaforth - Lords Mackenzie of Kintail (1609)
... Kenneth Mackenzie, 1st Lord Mackenzie of Kintail (d. 1610/11) Colin Mackenzie, 2nd Lord Mackenzie of Kintail (d ...
Hector Roy Mackenzie - Dispute With The Chief
... The dispute probably related, at least in part, to Hector's rights to the half of Kintail, which his father is said to have left him jointly with his eldest brother, Kenneth (John ... progenitor of the House of Gairloch, had, since the death of Kenneth Og Mackenzie of Kintail, in 1497, and during the minority of John, the brother and heir ... His intentions towards the young Laird of Kintail were considered very dubious and the apprehensions of the latter having been roused, Hector was compelled by ...
Kintail - Ownership
... Most of Kintail is owned by the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) ... The Trust's Kintail and Morvich estate covers 74 square kilometres (29 sq mi) and includes the Falls of Glomach, one of the highest waterfalls in Great Britain ...
Colin Mackenzie, 1st Earl Of Seaforth - Acquisition of Further Territory and Wealth
... The Tutor of Kintail completed the compromise of the disputes with Glengarry that had been commenced by Lord Mackenzie and otherwise devoted himself to his nephew’s affairs ... in others, especially his equals." Such wealth was not easily acquired both the Tutor of Kintail and, in due course, Colin were criticized for imposing high entries and rents on Colin’s Kintail and West ... in common currency was “There are two things worse than the Tutor of Kintail frost in spring and mist in the dog-days” ...
Colin Mackenzie, 1st Earl Of Seaforth - The Final Subjection of Lewis
... entrusted to his uncle, Sir Roderick Mackenzie of Coigach, the “Tutor of Kintail” ... granted between 1611 and 1616 to the Tutor of Kintail, Colin Mackenzie of Killin, Murdo Mackenzie of Kernsary, Alexander Mackenzie of Coul and Kenneth Mackenze of Davochmaluag ... Lewis remained in the possession of the Mackenzies of Kintail until it was sold to Sir James Matheson in 1844 ...