Photograph of Christina and Mary MacKinnon, Barrapol, in 1922.
Black & white photograph of Christina MacKinnon and her mother, Mary, at Morven House (later renamed Drover`s Cottage), Barrapol, in 1922.
Photograph of Drovers Cottage, Barrapol, ca 1920
Black & white photograph of Drover`s Cottage, Barrapol, from the road, north of the house, around 1920. It was called Morven House then because the owner, Neil MacKinnon, came from Morven. Note the unsealed road.
Photograph of Mary MacKinnon, Barrapol, and her two daughters Christina and Euphemia ca 1930
Black & white portrait photograph of Mrs Mary MacKinnon (nee McKenzie), Barrapol, with her two daughters Christina MacKinnon and Phemie MacKinnon, seated on the ground with a picnic around 1930. They owned Morven House (later Drovers Cottage).
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 the new wall and gate at Drover`s Cottage, Barrapol, in 1938
Black & white photograph of the new concrete wall and iron gate at the entrance to Morven House, Barrapol, when it was owned by the family of Neil MacKinnon, during the 1920s to 1940s.
Photograph of Drovers Cottage, Barrapol, around 1920
Black & while photograph of Drover`s Cottage, Barrapol, around 1920 when it was called Morven House and owned by the MacKinnon family.
Photograph of Drover`s Cottage, Barrapol, with its new surrounding wall in 1939.
Black & white photograph of Morven House (later Drover`s Cottage), Barrapol, with a newly built concrete wall surrounding the south side of the house in 1939.
Photograph of Mrs Mary MacKinnon and daughters Phemie and Christina, Barrapol, in 1920
Black and white photograph of Mrs Neil MacKinnon and her daughters Euphemia MacKinnon and Christina MacKinnon outside Morven House (now Drover`s Cottage), Barrapol, in 1920.
Photograph of a Neil MacKinnon, Barrapol, around 1930
Black & white photograph of a young Neil MacKinnon of Morven House (Drover`s Cottage), Barrapol, sitting on a bank with Nora the dog. Neil`s parents owned Morven House.
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.