Object Type: photograph

2001.206.8

Colour photograph of Tiree High School class S5/6, 2001.

Tiree High School class S5/6: (L-R) back row – Myra Walker, Michael Holliday, Martin Gillespie, Kirsty MacDonald; middle row – Lyndsey Gray, Donald Roddy MacKay, Christopher Gillespie, Graeme Smith, Martin MacLean; front row – Kirsty MacIntyre, David Hunter, David MacFadyen, Johann MacLean.

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2001.206.13

Colour photograph of Tiree High School Primary Department class P6/7 English, 2001.

Tiree High School primary Department class P6/7 English: (L-R) back row – Joanne MacKinnon, Rowan MacLean, Steven Cameron, Sophie Isaacson, Mark Brown, Shona MacDonald, Calire Hamilton; middle row – Mrs Marion Findlater (teacher), Iain Lamont, Lorna Brady, Colin MacKinnon, Fraser MacLean, Laura Carmichael, Kenny MacClounnan, Mrs Jessie Gray (Primary headteacher); front row – Louise Reid, John Isaacson, Nicola MacClounnan, Catrina Rose, Arlene MacKinnon, Iain MacArthur, Alison Worsley.

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2001.206.16

Colour photograph of Tiree High School Primary Department class P1/2/3 English, 2001.

Tiree High School Primary Department class P1/2/3 English: (L-R) back row – Clare Hamilton, Ewan MacDonald, Alasdair MacLean, Christine MacArthur, Ryan Morrison; middle row – Heather MacKinnon, Sebastian Smith, Daniel Hayes, Megan Reid, Mrs Judith MacIntosh (teacher); front row – Jordan MacArthur, Sean MacCallum, Kyle Munn, Hugh MacKinnon, Tor MacDonald.

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2001.201.2

Captain Hector MacFadyen of Heanish

Photograph of Captain Hector MacFadyen of Heanish aboard the paddle steamer ‘Bonnie Doon’ in 1911.

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Hector MacFadyen was born in Heanish in 1868, the son of Lachlan MacFadyen and his wife Christina MacNeill. He qualified as a Master Mariner and settled in Bristol, spending most of his career working for the P. & A. Campbell Pleasure Steamer Company.

He is pictured here aboard the paddle steamer ‘Bonnie Doon’ in 1911 with his wife Emma Eliza Coates who is holding their fourth son Ronald. Many of the steamers, along with their captains and crews, were requisitioned by the Admiralty during World War I and deployed as minesweepers and coastal ferries.

Hector’s four sons also served some time with the company, his eldest son Hector becoming chief engineer. His third son Angus died aged twenty-one in an accident in Venice while serving on the ‘Cymric Queen’. Hector himself continued to sail into the late 1920s before retiring in Bristol where he died in 1953 aged eighty-five.

Copy of a photograph of Captain Hector MacFadyen aboard the `Bonnie Doon`.

Captain Hector MacFadyen of Heanish with his wife Emma and baby son, Ronald, aboard the paddle steamer `Bonnie Doon` in 1911.