Associated People: MacFadyen, Mr Allan, Scarinish (1800 - 1891)


Photocopy of a typed transcript of an interview with Hector MacPhail, Cornaigbeg, on 19 May 1992, about himself, boats, sea transport and sailors, with particular reference to Allan MacFadyen, Scarinish, and ships the Mary Stewart and the Mary & Effie. Topics also include alchohol taxation, violence, Clearances, landowners, hotels, Crofters’ War, coal puffers. The interviewer is given only as ‘Smith’.


Collection of photographs of the MacFadyen familes of Scarinish and Middleton, 1800-1950

Photocopies of 26 black & white photographs featuring and relating to the MacFadyen familes of Scarinish and Middleton, 1800-1950, particularly the descendants of Allan MacFadyen (1800-1891) and his wife Amelia Stewart (1812-1891). Information about an additional 34 scanned photographs relating to the same family (see P173-P199).


Photograph of Alexander MacFadyen, Scarinish, and his wife Marion (Sarah) MacArthur, ca. 1900

Sepia photograph of Alexander MacFadyen (1839-1905) and his wife Marion (Sarah) MacArthur around 1900. They moved to Lismore. Alexander was the son of Allan and Amelia MacFadyen, Scarinish.



Photograph of Amelia MacFadyen, Scarinish, ca. 1863

Black & white photograph of Amelia MacFadyen, Scarinish (1843-1866), daughter of Allan & Amelia MacFadyen, Scarinish. She died of smallpox in Glasgow at the age of 23.