Tag Archives: scarinish

2016.32.1

Wooden picture of a windmill made up of pieces of inlaid wood veneer (marquetry) by Derek Clarke, Balemartine, around 1970. Derek Clarke and Brian Jefferson worked for the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which took over responsibility for the airport equipment from the RAF in 1968. From the belongings of Angus MacLean, Scarinish.

2016.30.7

Black & white photograph of a crowd around a bi-plane on The Reef during Sports Day in 1927. It was the first plane to land on Tiree. On the left is Kenneth MacKenzie, Scarinish (b. 1890). He worked as Piermaster and lived with his wife Agnes in the ‘Bank House’ in Scarinish, which was built for him.

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2016.27.1

Copy of an oil painting by D McConnachie of dipping lug-sail boat the ‘Morag’ owned by Donald Lamont, Ruaig. On the back, the artist expresses their pleasure at it residing with Mona MacLean, The Coolins, Scarinish.

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2016.22.1

Black & white photograph of Hugh MacArthur, Tullymet, Scarinish/Gott, in his army piper uniform in 1915. Hugh was born in Hynish House in 1829. His father, Donald MacArthur (1850-1942), had been brought over by the Duke of Argyll from Tulliemet in Perthshire as a farm manager, as a “neutral” with no direct Tiree connections. His mother was Annie MacPhail (1851-1927). Hugh married Jessie Drummond Duff, Hynish, in 1921. Hugh served in the army in both the Cameron Regiment (no. S/25888) and Gordon Regiment (no. S/40968).

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