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'Fearann-Domhnuill': This granite stone comes from nearby Glen Glass in the
heart of Munro country. It was brought down by the glaciers of the last Ice
Age. Geologists call it a 'Glacial Erratic'. It commemorates Donald O'Caan,
Prince of Fermanagh, by tradition the first chief of Clan Munro. He and his
followers are said to have come from the River Ro in Northern Ireland to
help King Malcolm II of Scotland (1005-34) drive out the Viking invaders.
The King granted Donald all the country between Dingwall and the River
Alness in return for his services. To this day, the land is known as
Ferindonald (Fearann-Domhnuill in Gaelic) or Donald's Land. A millennium
later it is still home to many Munros and spiritual home to all those of
Munro descent across the world.
JoAnn Munro Tuskin - Secretary of Clan Munro Association of Canada, stands beside 'Fearann-Domhnuill'
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