Book `The McKinnons of Brock` by Rev Dr J Mary Henderson, 2013
Hardback book documenting the history and genealogy of the MacKinnon family of Brock, from Archibald MacKinnon (Gilleasbuig Og, b.1795) to Alasdair Sinclair (1923-2009). Created using photographs, documents and information collected by Alasdair Sinclair, and published by his niece Mary Henderson.
Booklet “Hugh MacKinnon 1879-1918” by Alasdair Sinclair/Mary Henderson
Typed and bound booklet about Private Hugh MacKinnon, Ruaig, by his nephew Alasdair Sinclair, Brock, and compiled by Alasdair`s niece Mary Henderson. Contains images of birth certificate, war letters, medals, cap badge and shoulder title for 7th Battalion Cameronians, locket, silver threepeny piece, christmas card, army tag, silver cigarette case, commemorative scroll, letters from the War Graves Commission, the Red Cross and Union Cold Storage Company, obituary.
Information about the grave of Hugh MacKinnon, Ruaig (1897-1918)
Correspondence and information about the grave of Private Hugh MacKinnon of Ruaig who was killed in WWI. Includes map and photo of cemetery in Buissy, and handwritten letters from Hugh`s nephew Alasdair Sinclair, Brock, to `Ken` and `Nancy & Mary`, in May 2007.
Account of the death of Private Hugh MacKinnon, Ruaig/Glasgow, 1918
Document about the death of Private Hugh MacKinnon, son of Mary Ann and Donald McKinnon, (Ruaig/Glasgow), who was killed in action near Meuouvers, France, in 1918 whilst serving with the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) in World War I. Researched and written by his uncle Iain A. Sinclair. Includes family tree, photographs, maps for the location of the grave in France, newspaper cutting from the Oban Times, 1919, a letter from Hugh`s former employer The Union Cold Storage Company, Glasgow, to Hugh`s mother on news of his death, photos of items returned to his mother, copies of letters from the Imperial War Graves Commission and the British Red Cross and Order of St. John, copy of birth certificate, copy of commemorative scroll, photo of bronze medallion, copy of note of condolence from Buckingham Palace.
Photograph of Private Hugh MacKinnon, Ruaig (1897-1918)
Black & white photograph of Private Hugh MacKinnon of Ruaig/Glasgow, in uniform around 1910, from an obituary in the Oban Times newspaper around 1919. Son of Mary Ann and Donald McKinnon, (Ruaig/Glasgow), Hugh was killed in action near Meuouvers, France, in 1918 whilst serving with the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) in World War I.