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Rullic ny Quakeryn

History

Site of Ancient Keeill and cemetery. Given as a burial place for the Quakers by William Callow, who was here laid to rest in 1676.

Location

Near Ramsey in the north of the Island.
Map Ref: SC 476 902

By Vehicle:
From Ramsey take the A2 and then the B19 to Ballajora. At the crossroads of the A15 turn right along a narrow road. This will lead to the site.

By Bus:
Take route 16 from Ramsey to Ballajora and locate the narrow road at the crossroads of the A15. Walk along it till you pass the site.

By Railway:
Take the Steam Railway to Douglas and then the Electric Railway to Ballajora. Walk along the A15 till you come to the cross roads, continue on straight ahead along a narrow road. This will lead past the site.


Rullic ny Quakeryn

Rullic ny Quakeryn

Rullic ny Quakeryn

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