2000.61.26

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1974-79.

Hector Kennedy of Kilkenneth talks about the death by fever of Rev. Duncan MacDougall’s wife and two children, house improvements, exchanging crofts, the kelp factory, the MacDonalds, tells a story about Niall Eachann, talks about the shop at Bail’ Ùr, shopkeeper Duncan MacKinnon, the ditches around Mannal, Balemartine, Loch a’ Phuill and Loch Bhasapol, John MacMillan shepherd to farmer Donald Campbell (Dòmhnall a’ Ruighe) at Baugh and the Reef, the Hendersons of Balemartine who lived for a while under an upturned boat, John MacNeill, tenants’ rent and the Campbells of Kilmoluaig who emigrated to Canada.

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  1. Andrew

    Farmer Donald Campbell (Dòmhnall a’ Ruighe), is of the Caolas, Coll & Sunipol, Mull Campbell family. He was born Sunipol, Mull. In 1851, Donald and family is at Baugh, his eldest brother Colin’s wife and children at Balephetrish and father Neil (farmer, former tacksman of Sunipol & Treshnish) , mother Ann and sisters at Kenovay. Donald went on to be tacksman of Ulva.

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