Acquisitions

2020.1.30

Studio portrait photograph of Mary McDonald, Tiree (1852-1920), in around 1876, aged about 17. She married Lachlan McLean, Kenovay(?) (1836-1921), in 1872 and had nine children, one of which was Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay and Linlithgow. Part of a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.

2020.1.29

Census and Register records regarding members of the McLean family of Kenovay, Balephetrish and Gott, 1893-1948. Includes census records for Donald McLean and family 1901, and Hector McLean (Gott) and family 1901. Death records for Charles McLean (Kenovay 1893), Lachlan McLean (Kenovay 1909), Alexina McLean (Linlithgow 1929), George McLean (Linlithgow 1935), Donald MacLean (Kenovay 1936) and Christina McLean (Isle of Mull 1948);  Part of a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.

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2020.1.28

Notes made by Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay and Linlithgow, about his relatives, including his father, Lachlan McLean, Donald McLean (merchant) and Christina’s family, Charles McDonald and Mary’s family, Catherine McDonald and Marion Sinclair. Part of a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.

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2020.1.27

Family tree for the ancestors and descendants of Lachlan MacLean and Mary MacDonald, Kenovay, 1700-1950. Family names include McKinnon, McCall, McDonald, McDougall, Lamont, McLean, Walker, McMaster, McGill, Stoddart, McConnell and Woodhouse. Compiled to complement a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family.

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2020.1.26

Three medals from a large collection of items belonging to and about Donald Archibald McLean, Kenovay (1890-1981), and his family. Left to Right: the Atlantic Star, the Defence Medal and the 1939-1945 Star, which were awarded for services during WWII (the ribbons are in the wrong order). The Defence Medal was awarded to Donald Archie McLean for services in the Police Force. The two Stars were awarded post-humously to his son, Charles MacLean, for his services in the RAF. He went missing in action over the English Channel in November 1941.