Associated People: MacKinnon, Mr Neil, Barrapol (1900 - )


Photograph of the MacKinnon family of Glasgow and Barrapol ca 1890

Sepia portrait photograph of Neil MacKinnon, Glasgow and Barrapol, with his wife Mary (nee McKenzie), and their young children Euphemia MacKinnon (Phemie), Neil MacKinnon (Neillie) and Christina MacKinnon. The MacKinnon family owned Morven House, Barrapol, later renamed Drover`s Cottage.



Photograph of Euphemia and Christina MacKinnon at Gott Bay pier in 1939

Black & white photograph of sisters Phemie MacKinnon and Christina MacKinnon standing on Gott Bay pier as the ferry departs in 1939. Their parents Neil and Mary MacKinnon, and their brother Neil, owned Morven House (Drover`s Cottage), Barrapol.



Photograph of re-thatching at Drovers Cottage, Barrapol, in 1921

Black and white photograph of re-thatching the roof of Drover`s Cottage, or Morven House as it was known then, in 1921. On the roof is John MacKinnon (Flora MacLean`s father). On the wall is Alasdair (Alex) Campbell (uncle of Alasdair Sinclair, Greenhill). Standing out in front of the house is Mrs Neil (Mary) MacKinnon.