Black and white photograph of Catherine MacDonald (1856-1931).
Catherine MacDonald (1856-1931), the wife of Rev. Allan MacDougall of Milton and her sister Annie, probably taken in the 1880s.
Black and white photograph of Rev. Allan MacDougall (1846-1938).
Rev. Allan MacDougall (1846-1938), the son of Archibald MacDougall (b. 1796) and his wife Margaret MacLean of Carnan. He preached in Bunessan and Colonsay before settling in Harrapol in Skye where he raised his family before retiring to Milton in 1920.
Photocopied photograph of Margaret Mary MacKinnon nee MacDougall.
Margaret Mary MacKinnon with a child in her arms. Margaret was the daughter of Rev Allan MacDougall of Milton and the wife of Captain John MacKinnon, Harbour Caoles.
Hardback book `Laoidhean Molaidh` by Rev. Allan MacDougall.
Gaelic hymns of praise by the Rev. Allan MacDougall of Caoles.
Book `Laoidhean Molaidh` edited by Hector MacDougall.
Hymns of praise written by the Rev. Allan MacDougall of Caoles and edited by Hector MacDougall.
Hand-drawn family tree for the MacLeans of Ruaig and the MacDougalls of Milton.
Family tree for the MacLeans of Ruaig and the MacDougalls of Milton.
Photocopied photographs of Dr Isabella MacDonald and her father Donald MacDonald.
L-R: Dr Isabella MacDonald, sister-in-law of Duncan MacLean of MacHair House, Ruaig, and who emigrated with the MacLean family to Canada after WWII; Isabella`s father, Duncan MacDonald from Harrapol, Skye (b. 1859), brother-in-law of Rev. Allan MacDougall of Milton.
Book `Laoidhean Molaidh` by Rev. Alan MacDougall.
Gaelic hymns of praise written by the Rev. Alan MacDougall of Caoles.
Photocopied speech by Ronald MacDonald, Cornaigbeg given on 26/7/1986 (2 copies).
Speech by Ronnie MacDonald, Cornaigbeg, given on 26/7/1986 at the opening ceremony of Tur Mhic Chaluim to commemorate one hundred years of the Crofters Act and to honour those who fought for crofters` rights. (For sound recording of event, see AC4 – `Tiree remembers` )