Wood and crocodile skin sea chest from Australia
Sea chest made of wood and crocodile skin owned by Dugald MacKinnon, Heanish (Dughall an Oir, b.1840), who brought it back from Australia.
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Black and white photograph of the MacKinnon family of Scarinish in 1915-16.
The MacKinnon family of Scarinish in 1915-6. L-R: Dugald, Sheena, father Dugald (Dùghall Mac Nèill Mac Iain Dùghall an Òir) holding Annie, Dugald’s wife Margaret MacLean holding Hugh, Neil (see photo M82) and Mary.
Township history for Heanish researched and written by Hector MacPhail.
Information about the MacKinnons in Heanish.
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British Seaman`s Card
British Seaman`s card for Dugald MacKinnon, Heanish dated 5/9/1963.
Certificate of competency as master of a home trade passenger ship.
Merchant Navy Master`s certificate for Dugald MacKinnon, Heanish dated 6/4/1939.
Certificate for radar observer on merchant ships.
Certificate for radar observer on merchant ships in the name of Dugald MacKinnon, Heanish dated 22/6/1956.