|Built||probably about 1240|
The castle seems to be identical one mentioned in correpsondance between Alasdair Óg Mac Domhnaill and Edward I, King of England in 1297. According to this correpsondance, Alasdair Óg seized control of the barony and castle of "Glasrog" from the Steward of Scotland on account of the steward's disloyalty to the English king.
The castle may have been one of the three mentioned in correpsondance between Eóin Mac Dubhghaill and Edward I in 1308 or 1309. According to this correpsondance, Eóin garrisoned these castle on behalf of the English king.
- "Fincharn Castle SM5276". Historic Environment Scotland. Retrieved 5 September 2017.
- Argyll: An Inventory of the Monuments. Vol. 7, Mid Argyll & Cowal. The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. 1992. ISBN 0 11 494094 0 – via ScotlandsPlaces.
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