“The Crotach” lived until the age of 97, and died in 1547. He was buried in St. Clement’s Church at Rodel. On the walls of his
tomb are some of the finest historic stone carvings to be found in all of Scotland. His wife Tri, Cameron’s daughter, also lived to be
an old age, and when she died she was buried alongside him, in the shelter of her husband.

To Learn more about Alasdair "Crotach" MacLeod ClickHere for the Story Booklet.

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the Fair Flag.