Re: Roll Call
Hello John, Thank you indeed for the very kind offer. I would be delighted to receive a copy.
Did any of your ancestors arrive in NZ on board the ship Hector?There is a full scale replica of Hector at Pictou Nova Scotia. That is about a two hour drive away. They must have been a tough lot to pack it all in and head off. Not by choice . We complain if the flight is a bit late getting off or arriving.!
Sent from Outlook Cheers Doug
From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> on behalf of John McKinnon <john.mckinnon@...>
Sent: January 25, 2020 9:26 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io <Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Islay] Roll Call
Some years ago I wrote a 60 odd page history of Kynagarry Farm. The McKinnon bias may spoil it for most but it may be of some interest to descendants of the other tenants.
The list of tenants includes: Duncan Brown 1802-1821, Archibald Brown 1828-1859, John Brown 1848-1859; JohnCarmichael 1779-1802,Duncan Carmichael 1779-1821, Dugald & Neil Carmichael 1828-1848;. There are also two Clark’s up to 1848, Duncan and Donald; one Jamieson 1859; Five MacFaiden/MacPhaiden between 1779-1859; a lone Robert McKenzie late comer 1859; four MacKinine/MacKinnon/McKinnon 1779-1850; two MacLugasalein/MacLugash 1779-1828; two MacNeill/MacNeil 1802-1859.
I’d be happy to share the text with anybody who is interested and make it available through an appropriate internet site if there is an unexpected demand. Nothing too fancy. A lot of quoted passages (eg W.N.Blair, 1888). Reasonably well sourced if people want to see where I found the information.
On 26/01/2020, at 7:07 AM, Doug Carmichael <dougcarmichael@...> wrote: