Associated People: Kennedy, Mr Donneil, Hynish (1944 - 2001)

2000.33.1

Ring binder titles `A Study Tour of the Ross of Mull`.

Account of visit to Ross of Mull in 1999 by committee members of An Iodhlann, the cattle trade from Tiree to Mull by Maggie Campbell, Tiree and Bunessan connections by Angus MacLean, Tyree peat in the Ross of Mull by Mary MacLean and a poem `Gael force` by Donneil Kennedy.

2000.16.1

Audio cassette recording of Donneil Kennedy talking to Dr John Holliday in January 2000.

Donneil Kennedy talks to Dr John Holliday in January 2000 about his earliest memories in wartime Glasgow, his summer holidays in Moss and Crossapol with stories of his uncles Sandy and John, stories of the ‘Houf’ in Glasgow and Ewen McColl’s Critics group in London, the story of the septic tank on his return to Tiree, life as a building surveyor in Nigeria and finishes with two more childhood stories from Tiree. (Continued on AC196)

2000.16.2

Audio cassette recording of Donneil Kennedy talking to Dr John Holliday in January 2000.

Donneil Kennedy talks to Dr John Holliday in January 2000 about his earliest memories in wartime Glasgow, his summer holidays in Moss and Crossapol with stories of his uncles Sandy and John, stories of the ‘Houf’ in Glasgow and Ewen McColl’s Critics group in London, the story of the septic tank on his return to Tiree, life as a building surveyor in Nigeria and finishes with two more childhood stories from Tiree.

1998.283.1

Audio cassette recording of Donneil Kennedy talking to John Donald MacLean in June 1998.

Donneil Kennedy talks to John Donald MacLean (Teòn Dòmhnall a’ Mhuilinn) in June 1998 about the history of the knitwear factory, the sinking of the ferry Loch Seaforth in 1973, anecdotes about Hector Kennedy, Malcolm MacLean of Salum and John Kennedy of Crossapol, the pre-war shops on Tiree, the ghost at Island House, the appointment of vet Jimmy Wilson in 1973, the problems installing septic tanks, his uncle AndrewYoung’s war experiences, expeditions by horse and cart in the 1930s and his memories of Argyll County Council around 1970.

2001.54.1

Black and white photograph of the Tiree choir at the Oban Mod in 1992.

The Tiree choir at the Oban Mod in 1992. L-R: (front row) Mairi MacArthur, Roisgal; Elaine MacArthur, Balinoe; Mabel MacArthur, Sandaig; Margaret Ryan; Jessie Gray, Balemartine; (middle row) Jill Robertson;
Stuart Smith, Hynish; Maggie Campbell, Kilmoluaig; Lachie Campbell, Cornaigbeg; Donniel Kennedy, Hynish; Murdina MacLean, Kilmoluaig; Clare Jones, Baugh; Alec MacLean, Cornaigbeg; Joyce Gillespie, Balinoe; Mairi MacLean, Ruaig; Mary Ann MacDonald, Heanish; (back row) Stewart Langley, Kirkapol; Brian Findlater, Scarinish; Donald Berry,Vaul; Donald MacDonald; Iain MacLeod, Kilmoluaig.

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