Tag Archives: names for people

2017.25.3

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.

2000.61.11

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1968-21.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil tells an anecdote about the supernatural, the deathbed comments of his uncle, a dream by Dòmhnall an Oir, the story of a corpse who spoke in the coffin, the use of urine and seeds against spells and fairies, stories about the fairy mound An Cnoc Glas, where his great-grandmother used milk cows, the evil eye, a story about blood on a floor that couldn’t be cleaned, a song written by the Balemartine bard about a reputed witch, the fatigue after supernatural cures, the work and equipment for horses, sports before church, a vision seen by an old man and the meaning of some Gaelic words.

2000.61.37

Mini-disk SA1968/21.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil tells an anecdote about the supernatural, the deathbed comments of his uncle, a dream by Dòmhnall an Oir, the story of a corpse who spoke in the coffin, the use of urine and seeds against spells and fairies, stories about the fairy mound An Cnoc Glas, where his great-grandmother used milk cows, the evil eye, a story about blood on a floor that couldn’t be cleaned, a song written by the Balemartine bard about a reputed witch, the fatigue after supernatural cures, the work and equipment for horses, sports before church, a vision seen by an old man and the meaning of some Gaelic words.

2000.30.10

Periodical `The Coll Magazine`, No. 10, 1992.

Articles about the lairds of Coll, holiday-makers, extract from the diary of a Swiss visitor in 1807, the school, corncrakes, the pier, Campbell of Cornaig, names, RSPB, missionary Malcolm MacDonald, midges and the Community Council among others.

1999.314.10

Paperback book `Celtic Names for Children` by Loreto Todd.

2000 alphabetically listed names from Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Cornwall, Wales and the Isle of Man.

2002.160.1

Audio cassette recording of Hugh Archie MacCallum interviewed by Maggie Campbell on 28/9/2002.

Hugh Archie MacCallum talks to Maggie Campbell in September 2002 about the Cornaigbeg crofts, the crofters’ names and patronymics; old and new methods of farming, seaweed and its uses, cattle shows; shebeens, shops, cobblers, the grocer’s horse-drawn van; the old schoolhouse at Cornaig and the United Free Church at Whitehouse; the evil eye; the shipwreck of the Malve during World War I. Eòghann Èairdsidh ’Ic Chaluim a’ bruidhinn ri Magaidh Chaimbeul anns an t-Sultain 2002 mu croitean Chòrnaig Bhige, ainmean agus sloinneadhan nan croitearan, dòighean sean agus ùr air croitearachd, feamainn, fèill cruidh, shebeens, bùthan, greasaichean, carbad bùtha air a tharraing le each, an t-seann sgoil Chòrnaig agus an Eaglais Shaor aig an Taigh Gheal, an droch shùil, am Malve a chaidh air na sgeirean aig àm a’ Cheud Chogadh.