Tag Archives: middleton

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2018.26.1

1881 Census information about Alexander MacLean (71 yrs), Balemeanach/Middleton Farm House, his farm (13 acres) and his household: his wife Flora MacLean (55 yrs), John MacLean (36), Alexander MacLean (20), Charles MacLean (18), Hector MacLean (13), Mary Ann MacLean (10), Murdoch MacKinnon (1) and John Ellen MacKinnon (18).

 

2016.54.16

Hand-drawn map of Tiree showing the locations of 15 aerial photographs taken around the island in 1998 (see 2016.54.1~15). Areas covered are: Kirkapol, Vaul, Ruaig, Cornaigmore, Cornaigbeg, Kenovay, Balephetrish, Caoles, Salum, Kennavara, Hough, Balevullin, Middleton, Kilkenneth, Moss, Baugh, Balemartine, Balinoe, Scarinish, Heanish and Hynish.

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2014.102.1

Post Office telegram, 1951

Photocopy of a Post Office telegram to Flora MacKinnon (now Flora MacLean, Druimfraoich): “Congratulations on being twenty-one. Mary Ian and Angus”, dated 29 June 1951. Sent by George Paterson, Crossapol, from Balemartine PO to Middleton PO (postmaster Calum MacArthur). Includes photocopy of envelope.

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2013.127.31

Photograph of footballer John MacKenzie, Caoles, with Archie MacArthur, Barrapol, and Hector MacKinnon, Sandaig, in the 1950s.

Black & white photograph of footballer John MacKenzie, Harbour, Caoles, with Archie MacArthur, Barrapol/Middleton, and Hector MacKinnon, Sandaig, in the 1950s.

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2013.104.5

Typed copy of Edward Curtis-Stanford`s journal 1864

Copy of hand-typed transcript of the journal of Edward Charles Cortis-Stanford dated 3rd January 1864, about his seaweed processing factory at Middleton/Sandaig.

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2011.113.11

Photograph of members of the MacFadyen family of Scarinish at a garden party ca. 1924

Sepia photograph of three men and a girl wearing party hats at a dining table at Middleton around 1924. L-R: Charles MacFadyen (1847-1930), Hamilton ?, James MacFadyen (1845-1929), “myself”?. James was the son of Allan & Amelia MacFadyen who ran the Scarinish Inn.

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2011.113.12

Photograph of members of the MacFadyen family of Scarinish at a garden party ca. 1924

Sepia photograph of four adults and three children of the MacFadyen family of Scarinish at a garden party in Middleton around 1924. Top of table: Margaret MacFadyen, Charles MacFadyen, Maisie MacFadyen (1919-1945; died at a dance at Ruaig School), daughter of George MacFadyen, son of Malcolm MacFadyen. Biddy Cameron (Robina Mary Alexandra Buchanan Cameron, 1906-1977), and others.

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2011.113.14

Photograph of Charles, Margaret and Hannah MacFadyen, Middleton, ca 1900

Sepia photograph of siblings Charles (1847-1930), Margaret (1850-1935) and Hannah (1855-1939) MacFadyen, Middleton, around 1900. They were the children of Allan & Amelia MacFadyen who ran the Scarinish Inn in the mid-1800s.

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