Black & white photograph of Hugh and Mary Campbell, Kenovay, and two unidentified people, in around 1930.
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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Large, black & white aerial photograph from a series of 15 taken over Tiree in 1998. Photo number: 2-017 Cornaigmore, Conrnaigbeg, Kenovay.
Book ‘Twentieth-Century Crofting Schemes on Tiree and Coll’ by Bob Chambers, 2016, with foreword by Prof. Donald Meek, Caoles. Shortly before and shortly after WWI, over 100 new crofts were created on Tiree and Coll, and almost 40 existing crofts were enlarged. The impact on the islands was enormous, wide-ranging and long-lasting, particularly on Tiree.
Article titled ‘Leaving Tiree’ by Brian Anderson, published in the Scottish SIG Newsletter of the Ontario Geneaological Society, 2015. The author tells of his Tiree ancestors Allan MacLean, Kenovay, his wife Mary and their children, and the hardships they faced when they emmigrated to upper Canada on board the Oughton in May 1804, arriving in Baldoon Settlement in southwestern Ontario in September 1804.
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VHS video and DVD of Alix Anderson, Kenovay, appearing as a contestant on the TV quiz show ‘Countdown’ around 1998-99.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 417, 24/5/08
Local news: call for information on skate; interview with Fiona Maxwell, Kenovay; photography competition; nature in schools; biodiversity; improvements to Oban-Glasgow bus service; Goose Management Scheme; Tiree Trust news; Tiree Regatta Club; champion Ruaig bullock.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 418, 7/6/08
Local news: Tiree 10K; An Iodhlann re-opens; interview with Elaine Hutchinson; air link between Oban and islands; Helen Thompson professional kite-surfer; `Tiree Experience` day tour; the Tiree Association; architecture awards; MacLeans of Tiree and New Zealand; kite-building competition (goose scarers); `Pipathon`; closure of Craft Shop, Kenovay.
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.
Crofters Commission report 1904 about croft enlargements at Cornaigbeg, Kenovay and Balinoe.
Photocopied extracts from the Report by The Crofters Commision (1905) regarding applications by six crofters of Cornaigbeg and Kenovay to enlarge their land holdings into parts of Crossapol Farm tenanted by Thomas Barr, and applications by five crofters of Balinoe to extend their holdings into Heylipol Farm tenanted by Hugh MacDiarmid.