Audio cassette recording of Janet Wilson of Cornaigbeg talking to Dr John Holliday in September 1998.
Janet Wilson talks to Dr John Holliday in September 1998 about annual holiday to Tiree during the Glasgow Fair, being met by a horse and cart, the entertainment during the Fair fortnight, the people of Cornaigbeg and their genealogy, the smiddy, wartime activities, identity cards and food coupons, dances, the arrival of the first plane in Tiree, ceilidhs and how law-abiding the RAF personnel were.
Black and white photograph of Archie Campbell in Norwich in 1984.
Archie Campbell (1897-1987) on the right in Norwich in 1984. Archie was the son of John Campbell of Garaphail and Flora MacEachern, daughter of Archie MacEachern, the blacksmith at Cornaigbeg. He played full back for Norwich City Football Club from 1924-8.
Black and white photograph of Peggy MacEachern of Cornaigbeg with her great-niece Flora Campbell.
Peggy MacEachern of Cornaigbeg with her great-niece Flora Campbell in the 1920s. Peggy`s sister Flora married John Campbell from Garaphail and had two sons, Hugh who was a chemist in Port Glasgow and Archie who played for Norwich City Football Club. Flora is Archie`s daughter.
Black and white photograph of Archie Campbell of Norwich City F.C.
Archie Campbell (1897-1987), son of John Campbell from Garaphail and his wife Flora MacEachern from Creag Mhor, Cornaigbeg. Archie played football for Norwich City F.C. between 1924 and 1928 (see 1998.117.1).
Photograph of Hugh and Archibald Campbell in 1911.
Courtesy of Mrs Mairi Brady
Hugh and Archibald Campbell were the sons of John Campbell from Garaphail in Cornaigmore and his wife, Flora MacEachern, a daughter of the blacksmith in Cornaigbeg. Hugh, on the left, became a chemist and worked in Port Glasgow.
His brother Archie, who was born in Johnstone in 1897, played as a full back for Norwich City Football Club, making his debut against Plymouth Argyle in August 1924. Captain of Norwich City’s Reserves, he played his final game for the ‘Canaries’ in 1928.
Archie worked for forty years at Laurence Scott & Electromotors, retiring as an assistant production manager. He died in 1987.
Black and white photograph of Hugh and Archie Campbell of Cornaigbeg.
L-R: Hugh and Archibald Campbell of Cornaigbeg in 1911. Archie (1897-1987) played as full back for Norwich City Football Club. (Original in Filing Cabinet 3 drawer 2)