Two hand-drawn family trees showing (1) the link between the donor and her Tiree ancestors through her great-grandmother Marion MacLean Brodie (b. 1854), who was daughter of Lachlan MacLean (b. 1804), Kilmoluaig, and Catherine MacLean (b.1814), Grianal (Greenhill), and (2) the family of Sarah Sinclair (b. 1895), Cathcart, whose Tiree ancestors include her grandparents Donald Sinclair (b. 1808), Balemartine, and Henrietta McLaurin (b. 1811), Balemartine. Henrietta’s father was Malcolm McLaurin, the Duke of Argyll’s Chamberlain on Tiree.
West Highland Notes & Queries, November 1991. Journal of The Society of West Highland and Islands Historical Research Ltd, Series 2, No. 8. Articles included: Fogl/Fugl – an unusual Hebridean personal name; the death and burial of Somerled of Argyll; notes on the genealogy of Clann Eoin Mhoir; Livingstones in the North of Mull; Ulva; William MacLachlan, Minister of Kilmartin.
West Highland Notes and Queries, August 2016, published by the The Society of West Highland & Island Historical Research Ltd, Coll. Articles include ‘An Account of the Island of Coll: Grimsary’; Myth, History and Genetic Genealogy: Ailpein, Chriogair, Mhic Gille Chonaill; Ranald MacAllan Og; Place-names in the Argyllshire Valuation of 1751; Who was Florence MacLean (1365-1430)?; Highland Tacksmen’s use of Gaelic in the Nineteenth Century.
Hardback book ‘The Great Book of Skye 2: From the Island to the World: History, Memory and Community on a Scottish Island’ by Norman MacDonald & Cailean MacLean, 2016. Together with its companion volume which was published in 2014, (see 2015.49.1) this book presents a comprehensive study of the people of the Isle of Skye. Appendices include new research on Skye doctors, the Skye Land League, Skye winners of the Military Cross, the Strathaird raiders and Skye shinty.
Bound photocopied family history and photographs of the MacFadyens of Tiree and Canada, particularly Allan MacFadyen, Scarinish. Beginning with Martin McPhaiden (b.1724) and Margaret McLean (b.1730), both Tiree.
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.
The Self-Interpreting Bible, 1808, belonging to the Browns of Mannal House. Hand-written in ink on the front and back pieces are the names and dates of births, marriages and deaths of 20 members of the Henderson family, 1862 to 1944. Sarah Henderson married into the Brown family.
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.