Associated People: Brownlie, Mr Neil, Barrapol (1925 - 2015)

2003.178.1.1

Audio cassette recordings about songs by Neil Brownlie and the Balemartine Bard

Two audio cassette recordings: (1) made by Alasdair MacArthur, Balemartine, of a radio programme featuring Jean Walker singing songs by Neil Brownlie, and about the `Balemartine Bard` John MacLean (1827-1899), (2) Jean Walker and Alasdair MacArthur singing songs by Neil Brownlie.

1998.137.2

Black and white postcard of the fank at Kennavara in the 1930s.

The fank at Kennavara after sheep-dipping in the 1930s. L-R: (back) John MacGillivery`s wife; Niall Brownlie, Barrapol (Johann MacKinnon`s brother); John Brownlie (Johann and Niall`s father); D. C. MacKinnon, John MacGillivery`s half-brother; Margaret MacGillivery, John`s daughter; Hugh MacGillivery, John`s son; Marianne or Annie, John`s sister; John MacFadyen, Annabella MacNeill`s father; (front) Malcolm MacDonald, shepherd in Barrapol, Johann`s half-brother; John Wright; Donald MacLean, father of Hugh, Willie and Angus; Hugh MacKinnon (Eoghann Ban); Archie Sinclair, brother of Alasdair, A` Chachaleith Dhubh, Grianal; Willie MacNeill, from the Land who worked for the MacNivens.

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1997.265.2

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 2, 1980.

Local news including a Gaelic song by Neil Brownlie, Long Service Medals for Tiree coastguard auxiliaries, Taigh a` Rudha Grand Fete, Vaul Golf Club, a list of books about Tiree, the proposed surcharge for diesel-generated power, the Social Work Department, fire hydrants, Road Equivalent Tariff (RET), the cost of funerals and the Tiree Pre-school Playgroup.

1999.196.4

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 2, 1980.

Local news including a Gaelic song by Neil Brownlie, Long Service Medals for Tiree coastguard auxiliaries, Taigh a` Rudha Grand Fete, Vaul Golf Club, a list of books about Tiree, the proposed surcharge for diesel-generated power, the Social Work Department, fire hydrants, Road Equivalent Tariff (RET), the cost of funerals and the Tiree Pre-school Playgroup.

1997.265.3

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 3, 1980 (4 copies).

Local news including the proposed surcharge for diesel-generated power, visit by the Welfare Rights team, Housing Action Areas, the cost of funerals, the delay in the installation of new telephones lines, the quality of the mains water, the bus shelter at Balemartine, conveyance to school for Primary pupils, the Community Council election, a list of books about Tiree, a Gaelic song by Neil Brownlie, church, and school news, Golf Club and Tiree Football team news, the proposed new public hall and the WRI summer ceilidh. (4 copies)

1999.196.3

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 3, 1980.

Local news including the proposed surcharge for diesel-generated power, visit by the Welfare Rights team, Housing Action Areas, the cost of funerals, the delay in the installation of new telephones lines, the quality of the mains water, the bus shelter at Balemartine, conveyance to school for Primary pupils, the Community Council election, a list of books about Tiree, a Gaelic song by Neil Brownlie, church, and school news, Golf Club and Tiree Football team news, the proposed new public hall and the WRI summer ceilidh.

1997.265.12

Newsletter `Fios agus Fathunn`, No. 12, 1982.

Local news including the re-opening of the knitwear factory trading as Tiree Knitwear Ltd, prize-winners at the Agricultural Show, the weather, slimming advice from Dr Campbell and news from the church, the school, the Slimming Club and the Regatta Club, and a Gaelic song by Neil Brownlie.

1997.265.21

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, Summer 1985.

Local news including the arrival of Dr Boulind and family, the improvement in the mains supply, car parking in Scarinish, a Gaelic poem by Neil Brownlie, Strathclyde concessionary fares scheme, RAF Tiree, news from the Guides, WRI, the churches, golf club, coastguard and cub scouts.

1997.265.24

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, Spring 1986.

Local news including the upgrading of the public hall, dental services on Tiree, a Gaelic poem by Neil Brownlie, an article by Rev George Donaldson and news from the golf club, the school and the football club.