Tag Archives: genealogy

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Photocopy of a family tree for a branch of the Browns of Mannal (1800-present day), beginning with Hugh Brown (1800-1855), who married Euphemia McMillan (1801-1871), and their 10 children: Mary, Murdoch, Colin, Flora (1), Archibald, Catherene, Ann, Flora (2), Marion and John. Includes Brown, MacDougall, MacFarlane, MacIntyre and MacPhee.


Family tree for the MacLeans of Rossdhu and Ardbeg Kenovay, 1750-1972

Photocopied family tree showing the ancestry of the MacLeans of Rossdhu, Kenovay, from the MacDonalds of Fortingall, Glen Lyon, and Charles MacLean of Cornaigbeg in the mid-late 1700s, to the MacLeans of Rossdhu and Ardbeg.


Book `The Origins of the British – A Genetic Detective Story`, 2006

Hardback book `The Origins of the British – A Genetic Detective Story` about the genetic origins of the British people (from the collection of Gene Lamont, Canada).


Book `Saxons, Vikings and Celts`, 2006

Softback book `Saxons, Vikings, and Celts – The Genetic Roots of Britain and Ireland`. The results of a ten-year study into the DNA of over 10,000 volunteers, tracing the true genetic make-up of the British people and their descendents across the world (from the collection of Gene Lamont, Canada).


Correspondence about books donated from the collection of Gene Lamont, Canada, 2014

Letter, printed email and lists of books from Mary Hartman, Canada, whose father Gene Lamont was a descendent of Tirisdeach with an enthusiasm for genealogy. Mary donated nine of Gene`s books to An Iodhlann (see 2014.66.1-9).


Book `The McKinnons of Brock` by Rev Dr J Mary Henderson, 2013

Hardback book documenting the history and genealogy of the MacKinnon family of Brock, from Archibald MacKinnon (Gilleasbuig Og, b.1795) to Alasdair Sinclair (1923-2009). Created using photographs, documents and information collected by Alasdair Sinclair, and published by his niece Mary Henderson.


Documents linking Campbells and MacKinnons to An Caladh, Balevullin, 1879-1987

Collection of photocopies of birth, marriage and death certificates for Campbells and MacKinnons associated with the house `An Caladh` at Balevullin. (1) birth certificate for Janet MacKinnon, 1889 at Balevullin, daughter of John and Margaret MacKinnon (nee Kennedy), (2) birth certificate for Archibald Campbell, 1892, son of Duncan Campbell and Flora Campbell (nee MacLean), (3) marriage certificate for Archibald Campbell (1892-1954) to Janet MacKinnon (b.1890) in 1923, daughter of John MacKinnon, Balevullin, and Margaret Kennedy, (4) birth certificate for Chirsty MacKenzie, 1926, (5) birth certificate for Alastair Ian MacKinnon Campbell, 1924, son of Archibald and Janet Campbell. “Alastair inherited An Caladh from Mary Ann MacKinnon”, (6) death certificate for Archibald Campbell, 1954, (7) marriage certificate for Alastair Ian MacKinnon Campbell to Christy or Chirsty MacKenzie in 1950, “they lived in An Caladh 1977-1987”, (8) death certificate for Chirsty or Christy Campbell in Wales 2001. Of all these document, Tiree is mentioned only on the marriage certifcate of crofter Duncan Campbell and Flora Campbell (nee MacLean) in 1879, and the place of birth of Janet MacKinnon in 1889. A photograph of a school medal (S137) shows that Mary Ann MacKinnon attended Heylipol School. Plus a poor print of a photograph of a MacKinnon headstone at Soroby Cemetery.

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