Tag Archives: salum

2013.152.1

Copied pages from the 1779 Census of Tiree

Printed photographs of a selection of pages from the original 1779 census of Tiree held in the archives at Inveraray Castle, listing the inhabitants of Salum, Caoles and Ruaig. Photographed during a visit by Glenda Franklin in 2013. Digital copies stored on An Iodhlann computer.

2013.152.2

Copied pages from the 1792 census of Tiree

Printed photographs of a selection of pages from the original 1792 census of Tiree people held in the archives of Inveraray Castle, including total numbers of inhabitants for each township and lists of inhabitants’ names for Caoles, Salum, Kirkapol and Ruaig. “Total inhabitants [in Tiree] 1881; increase 583” since 1779 census. Subsection “Caoles-Ardeas” photographed during a visit to Inveraray by Glenda Franklin in 2013 (probably contains duplicates). Digital copies stored on An Iodhlann computer.

2013.152.3

Copies of pages from the 1792 census of Tiree inhabitants

Printed photographs of a selection of pages from the original 1792 census held in the archives at Inverary Castle including total numbers of inhabitants for each township and lists of inhabitants’ names for Caoles, Salum, Kirkapol and Ruaig. “Total inhabitants [in Tiree] 1881; increase 583” since 1779 census. Subsection “more 1792 census”, photographed during a visit by Glenda Franklin in 2013 (probably contains duplicates of 2013.152.2). Digital copies stored on An Iodhlann computer.

2013.148.13

Photograph of Hugh MacFadyen, Salum, at his thatched house ca 1900

Black & white photograph of Hugh MacFadyen of Salum standing at the doorway of his thatched `spotty` house around 1900. See 2011.78.2 for family history.

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2013.100.1

Recollections of shopping on Tiree in the 1940s and 1950s.

Recollections of Alistair MacNeill of Hynish and North Berwick of shops, shop owners and shopping on Tiree during the 1940s and 1950s.

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2011.62.1

Suggested identification for pottery `Mystery Object`

Handwritten suggestion for the identification of a large piece of pre-historic pottery drilled with holes. Possibly used as a bee hive, the holes being made for ventilation. Includes drawing and typed transcription. Relates to pottery fragment found by C MacDonell at Salum in 2009 (see 2010.35.1).

2011.22.1

OS 1:10,000 map of Vaul and Caoles 1976/7

Folded and damaged copy of 1976/7 1:10,000 Ordnance Survey map of Vaul, Salum, Caoles, Milton, Brock, Ruaig and Kirkapol showing contour lines, roads and paths, boundaries, townships and buildings, bridges and cattle grids, rivers and drains, sites of antiquities, vegetation and rock features. Duplicate archive item.