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Re: Roll Call

Allan Moore
 

Hi Harry

I have the same interests as you, as my paternal G—Grandparent was a McCalman. There seems to be a lot of confusion when I go back as there is confusion in that line between McAulay and Kennedy!

I will do a little information straightening out so I can put the problem on paper to forward it to you. 
My DNA  test revealed that my closest relative is a Kennedy and I have no written record of the link. 

Thanks 
Allan

On Jan 26, 2020, at 09:17, harry mccalman <mccdallas@...> wrote:



Hi All  My interests are McCalman, MacAuley, Dow all of Loch Gruinart Area
Regards  HJD McCalman


Re: Brown Family (Rodger, James, Roderick), Killarrow, Argyll

skronen266@...
 

Several years ago I was in contact with Robert Keith of Saskatchewan, Canada.  I believe that he is now deceased.  Below is an email I received from him that outlines his Keith family:

~~~~~~~~~

Subj:  brown

Date:  Thursday, October 17, 2002 11:51:00 AM

From:  wilma.w@...

To:    skronen266@...


Hello

I am Robert Keith.   I live in Saskatchewan, Canada.

I am a decendant of my gggrand parent Duncan Brown & Mary MacKerral married 1798.   Duncan died 1855.  My ggg parent  Mary MacKerral [died] 1852,

married Kildalton, UK.


Her daughter Flora Brown my ggrand mother born 1800,

married Nicol Keith [28 Mar.] 1820, Tallent.  Nicol died 1838.


Flora Brown went to Canada, Grey County, Village in [of] Egremont, Ont.  1841 Census lists Flora Brown living at tenant [Tallent?] beside her parents.  Some of this family came to Egremont abt 1851?   Flora came to Canada 1854 with Roger & Archibald.  [Nicol Keith/Flora Brown children: Catherine b. 15 Jan 1821, Duncan b. 23 Aug 1822, Mary b. 7 Aug 1824, Betty b. 2 Aug 1826, John b. 31 Oct 1828, Archibald b. 2 Oct 1831, Hugh b. 14 Jul 1833, Roger b. 23 Aug 1835]


Flora died 1882, buried Mount Forest Cemetary.

Flora  had some brothers & sisters.  I did have all there names, must have lost them.  A brother Robert Brown born January 14, 1820, Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.  Peter Brown, 1822 Apr 30.  [earlier born siblings: John b. 1 Oct 1801, Mary b. 9 Oct 1803, Elizabeth (Betty) b. 30 Jul 1805, Duncan b. 3 Jul 1807, Arch b. 13 Jun 1810, Donald b. 29 Jun 1812, Roger b. 2 Sep 1814, Peggy (Margaret) b. 10 Jul 1816, Robert b. 14 Apr 1818]


nknown your part of store [not understood]


Duncan Brown & Isabella McNiva [McNivin?] went to Eldon, Ont.  Peter Brown & Effie Currie, Peter son of John Brown & Fora McNivine, they  went [to] Victoria in later years.  They may have went to Michgan.  [children of Peter Brown/Effie Currie: John b. 20 Jul 1809, Neil b. 24 Feb 1812, Nancy b. 14 Jun 1814, Flora b. 23 Oct 1816, Alex b. 17 Nov 1819]


There is a lady Laura   e-mail   maypat1@yahoo

[I had an old address: lmaypat@...]

This lady was looking for Brown connection on Brown, Tallent.   She lives USA. [Arkansas]  This information may help you.


There seems a lot of Johnson.  They also had own tenent farm.   I came across them in south if Islay 1355.  [?????]


Robert Keith  Sask Canada

~~~~~~~~

Sheila Kronenberger
skronen266@...


-----Original Message-----
From: M E Fuller <maggief56@...>
To: Islay <Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Jan 26, 2020 11:11 am
Subject: Re: [Islay] Brown Family (Rodger, James, Roderick), Killarrow, Argyll

 RE: I have a Flora Brown b 1806 married to Nicol Keith in Islay.  They had a son Roger Keith married to  Roger was not a name that had previously been used in Keith family as far as I can see so I am thinking that perhaps an earlier Roger Brown may be linked to both of us

I'm still looking for parents of Flora Brown and Nicol Keith, as well as birth and death dates for Nicol. Have you managed to uncover this information? Thank you for your past and future help!   My Great Grandmother Elizabeth was their daughter. 

Elizabeth Keith
1832–1904
BIRTH SEPTEMBER 1832 • Island Islay, Argyll County, Scotland
DEATH APRIL 28 1904 • Two Harbors, Lake County, Minnesota, USA

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On Sun, Jan 26, 2020 at 8:48 AM J LOCHRIDGE via Groups.Io <j.lochridge=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Interesting.   I have a Flora Brown b 1806 married to Nicol Keith in Islay.  They had a son Roger Keith married to  Roger was not a name that had previously been used in Keith family as far as I can see so I am thinking that perhaps an earlier Roger Brown may be linked to both of us
Regards
Johan

 
 


On Sunday, 26 January 2020, 14:14:40 GMT, susanmargaret2 <susanmargaret2@...> wrote:


Rodger Brown (born 1823), married Janet (Jessie) Bell (1831 - 1896). They settled in Grey County, Ontario, Canada in about 1853.
Roger's parents were James Brown (1798 - 1871) and Isabel Campbell (born 1801).
James' parents were Roderick Brown (born 1773) and Catherine McPherson.  I've been away from the research for quite some time. I may have to get back at it, as perhaps more information has surfaced.
Susan Murphy



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Re: Brown Family (Rodger, James, Roderick), Killarrow, Argyll

J LOCHRIDGE
 

Thank you, I have the information on my Twin Harbors ancestors but I have nothing on Mary Brown or her daughter in law Flora Brown's ancestry. 
Regards
Johan


 
 


On Sunday, 26 January 2020, 17:11:05 GMT, M E Fuller <maggief56@...> wrote:


 RE: I have a Flora Brown b 1806 married to Nicol Keith in Islay.  They had a son Roger Keith married to  Roger was not a name that had previously been used in Keith family as far as I can see so I am thinking that perhaps an earlier Roger Brown may be linked to both of us

I'm still looking for parents of Flora Brown and Nicol Keith, as well as birth and death dates for Nicol. Have you managed to uncover this information? Thank you for your past and future help!   My Great Grandmother Elizabeth was their daughter. 

Elizabeth Keith
1832–1904
BIRTH SEPTEMBER 1832 • Island Islay, Argyll County, Scotland
DEATH APRIL 28 1904 • Two Harbors, Lake County, Minnesota, USA

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On Sun, Jan 26, 2020 at 8:48 AM J LOCHRIDGE via Groups.Io <j.lochridge=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Interesting.   I have a Flora Brown b 1806 married to Nicol Keith in Islay.  They had a son Roger Keith married to  Roger was not a name that had previously been used in Keith family as far as I can see so I am thinking that perhaps an earlier Roger Brown may be linked to both of us
Regards
Johan

 
 


On Sunday, 26 January 2020, 14:14:40 GMT, susanmargaret2 <susanmargaret2@...> wrote:


Rodger Brown (born 1823), married Janet (Jessie) Bell (1831 - 1896). They settled in Grey County, Ontario, Canada in about 1853.
Roger's parents were James Brown (1798 - 1871) and Isabel Campbell (born 1801).
James' parents were Roderick Brown (born 1773) and Catherine McPherson.  I've been away from the research for quite some time. I may have to get back at it, as perhaps more information has surfaced.
Susan Murphy



Sent from my Galaxy Tab® S2



--


M E Fuller | Worlds and Words
Word Specialist | Creative Writing Coach | Visual Artist

Saving the Ghost is available in paperback or for Kindle







Re: Brown Family (Rodger, James, Roderick), Killarrow, Argyll

M E Fuller
 

 RE: I have a Flora Brown b 1806 married to Nicol Keith in Islay.  They had a son Roger Keith married to  Roger was not a name that had previously been used in Keith family as far as I can see so I am thinking that perhaps an earlier Roger Brown may be linked to both of us

I'm still looking for parents of Flora Brown and Nicol Keith, as well as birth and death dates for Nicol. Have you managed to uncover this information? Thank you for your past and future help!   My Great Grandmother Elizabeth was their daughter. 

Elizabeth Keith
1832–1904
BIRTH SEPTEMBER 1832 • Island Islay, Argyll County, Scotland
DEATH APRIL 28 1904 • Two Harbors, Lake County, Minnesota, USA

image.png

On Sun, Jan 26, 2020 at 8:48 AM J LOCHRIDGE via Groups.Io <j.lochridge=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Interesting.   I have a Flora Brown b 1806 married to Nicol Keith in Islay.  They had a son Roger Keith married to  Roger was not a name that had previously been used in Keith family as far as I can see so I am thinking that perhaps an earlier Roger Brown may be linked to both of us
Regards
Johan

 
 


On Sunday, 26 January 2020, 14:14:40 GMT, susanmargaret2 <susanmargaret2@...> wrote:


Rodger Brown (born 1823), married Janet (Jessie) Bell (1831 - 1896). They settled in Grey County, Ontario, Canada in about 1853.
Roger's parents were James Brown (1798 - 1871) and Isabel Campbell (born 1801).
James' parents were Roderick Brown (born 1773) and Catherine McPherson.  I've been away from the research for quite some time. I may have to get back at it, as perhaps more information has surfaced.
Susan Murphy



Sent from my Galaxy Tab® S2



--


M E Fuller | Worlds and Words
Word Specialist | Creative Writing Coach | Visual Artist

Saving the Ghost is available in paperback or for Kindle







Re: Roll Call

harry mccalman
 


Hi All  My interests are McCalman, MacAuley, Dow all of Loch Gruinart Area
Regards  HJD McCalman


McArthur, McGilvray

Diana
 

Hello, all.........

It appears I incorrectly submitted my query in a reply to a question by another wishing info as how to contact Roger McWee....I apologize for the error, and also forgot to include my Gedmatch  number in my post. I plead the vagaries of 'older' age, and insufficient attention paid. Having said that,  I submit Gedmatch #T648451. Fingers crossed, here.      Diana Vandiviere


Re: Islay

Cathy Lee
 

How does someone get ahold of Roger McWee?


On Jan 26, 2020, at 6:17 AM, laithlinn@... wrote:

I have long had a 'brickwall' concerning my g.g. grandparents on Islay, but with the renewed interest and more DNA studies, I'm hoping someone might be able to enlighten me. My g.grandmother, Mary McArthur, christened 14 Mar 1840 at Islay House Farm, was daughter to James McArthur, b. abt. 1805 (Ag lab at Islay House), and Annabella McGilvray (b. abt. 1807), Marriage, 13 Feb 1827 at Kilchoman. Annabella was daughter to Archibald McGilvray (b, abt. 1776, Kilarrow, d. 5/04/1859) and Margaret McInnes (b. abt. 1772, Kilmeny). Archibald's parents were Alexander McGilvray and Marion McTaggart. Marriage, 21 Mar 1773, Kilarrow (names on certificate were 'Alex McIloray and Marrion McIntagart). So far, so good with that.......problem is with the elusive James McArthur. Still trying to find if he was from Islay (marriage certificate says he was from from Kilchoman at time of marriage), and some subsequent census taken says he was. Copy I have of his death certificate ( June, 1866, Glasgow) with info given by widow, Annabella, says his parents were Duncan McArthur and Mary Currie. Can find nothing anywhere, so far to confirm. Roger McWee could not find as to Islay, and have turned up nothing via Scotlands People that might shed some light in a concrete manner. I am not particularly savvy as to computers or research, so hoping someone might fill in some of the gaps in this family, as younger members of my family are now interested in their lineage, for which I am grateful.     Diana Vandiviere


Re: Brown Family (Rodger, James, Roderick), Killarrow, Argyll

J LOCHRIDGE
 

Interesting.   I have a Flora Brown b 1806 married to Nicol Keith in Islay.  They had a son Roger Keith married to  Roger was not a name that had previously been used in Keith family as far as I can see so I am thinking that perhaps an earlier Roger Brown may be linked to both of us
Regards
Johan

 
 


On Sunday, 26 January 2020, 14:14:40 GMT, susanmargaret2 <susanmargaret2@...> wrote:


Rodger Brown (born 1823), married Janet (Jessie) Bell (1831 - 1896). They settled in Grey County, Ontario, Canada in about 1853.
Roger's parents were James Brown (1798 - 1871) and Isabel Campbell (born 1801).
James' parents were Roderick Brown (born 1773) and Catherine McPherson.  I've been away from the research for quite some time. I may have to get back at it, as perhaps more information has surfaced.
Susan Murphy



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Re: Islay

Diana
 

I have long had a 'brickwall' concerning my g.g. grandparents on Islay, but with the renewed interest and more DNA studies, I'm hoping someone might be able to enlighten me. My g.grandmother, Mary McArthur, christened 14 Mar 1840 at Islay House Farm, was daughter to James McArthur, b. abt. 1805 (Ag lab at Islay House), and Annabella McGilvray (b. abt. 1807), Marriage, 13 Feb 1827 at Kilchoman. Annabella was daughter to Archibald McGilvray (b, abt. 1776, Kilarrow, d. 5/04/1859) and Margaret McInnes (b. abt. 1772, Kilmeny). Archibald's parents were Alexander McGilvray and Marion McTaggart. Marriage, 21 Mar 1773, Kilarrow (names on certificate were 'Alex McIloray and Marrion McIntagart). So far, so good with that.......problem is with the elusive James McArthur. Still trying to find if he was from Islay (marriage certificate says he was from from Kilchoman at time of marriage), and some subsequent census taken says he was. Copy I have of his death certificate ( June, 1866, Glasgow) with info given by widow, Annabella, says his parents were Duncan McArthur and Mary Currie. Can find nothing anywhere, so far to confirm. Roger McWee could not find as to Islay, and have turned up nothing via Scotlands People that might shed some light in a concrete manner. I am not particularly savvy as to computers or research, so hoping someone might fill in some of the gaps in this family, as younger members of my family are now interested in their lineage, for which I am grateful.     Diana Vandiviere


Brown Family (Rodger, James, Roderick), Killarrow, Argyll

susanmargaret2
 

Rodger Brown (born 1823), married Janet (Jessie) Bell (1831 - 1896). They settled in Grey County, Ontario, Canada in about 1853.
Roger's parents were James Brown (1798 - 1871) and Isabel Campbell (born 1801).
James' parents were Roderick Brown (born 1773) and Catherine McPherson.  I've been away from the research for quite some time. I may have to get back at it, as perhaps more information has surfaced.
Susan Murphy



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Re: Russ McGilvray - McFadyens

Roger
 

Hi Ken.
I have Euphemia Morrison McFadyen the daughter of Finlay Morrison & Effy McTaggart  of Kilchoman parish.  Born 1830c :  She is listed aged 20 with her parents in the 1841 Census at Corsabell in Kilchoman parish.

I am not convinced by data that is not proven and the above is always subject to challenge
Regards Roger


Re: Russ McGilvray - McFadyens

Ellen Sager
 

Hi Roger, you indicate that you have read and recorded all gravestones on Islay.  I have this obituary of William McEachern/MacEachern.  When I was visiting Islay in 1990 I looked for a stone at the Kilchoman churchyard but couldn't find one.  Perhaps you have come across it.  Do you have a list of the gravestones that one can search?
Thanks, Ellen Sager

Obituary from the Oban Times on the death of Wm MacEachern, Feb 5, 1918:
Conisby - on the 5th Ult. Mr. William MacEachern peacefully passed away to his rest.  Being the oldest son of Mr. John MacEachern, farmer, he spent the greatest part of his life in this hamlet.  The deceased had been in indifferent health for the last six months, and bore his illness with great fortitude and resignation.  He was a fine speciman of the Highlander, and of the good old stamp, of which there are few remaining.  He was a lineal descendent of the famous MacEachern smiths, sword-makers and swordsmen, the makers of the sword called ceann Ileach(clann Eachern Othisinnis).  He was an enthusiastic Highlander and was fond of sports, being an athlete of some repute.  He won third prize for putting the stone in the same competition with the world renowned athlete, Donald Dinnie.  His favourite athletes were Donald Dinnie and the famous Islay athlete, Donald Gillespie, familiarly known as "Donhnull a'Chreagain".  Deceased was highly intelligent and took a warm interest in the leading political questions of the day.  He was warmly esteemed by all who knew him, and will be greatly missed.  He was 71 years of age, and has left his wife and grown-up family of four sons and three daughters to mourn his loss. The funeral took place to the burial ground in the ancient Culdee churchyard of Kilchoman.  The funeral was largely attended - an evidence of the esteem in which the deceased was held by friends and acquaintances.  Impressive services were conducted at the house and the grave by the Rev. Messrs. Taylor, Baptist Church, Bowmore, and Boyd Parish Church Kilchoman.  Sincerest sympathy is extended to his wife and family in their bereavement.


From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> on behalf of Roger via Groups.Io <rogermcwee99@...>
Sent: January 25, 2020 6:14 AM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Islay] Russ McGilvray - McFadyens
 
Hi Philip,
Its your luck day. My friend and I have read and recorded all Islay gravestones that are visible.  The last one we did was Bowmore which is still in use and therefore always changing
Let me know who you are looking for.  Also bear in mind I have images of all the stones too
Regards Roger


Re: Islay

Cathy Lee
 

Thanks Sue, I’ll check into,that.

On Jan 25, 2020, at 1:23 PM, Sue Visser <genealgal2@...> wrote:

Hi Cathy Lee

I have no direct connection but have a little data. Roger McWee probably/possibly has more in the Islay Cultural Database.

Dugald McCuaig and Janet Turner marr 27 Apr 1822 but NOT BOTP.
Son Malcolm b 2 Feb 1826, Craigfad, Kilarrow Parish
Dau Janet b 30 Dec 1836, Port Charlotte, Kilchoman Parish.

Happy hunting!
Sue McCuaig Visser

-----Original Message----- From: Cathy Lee
Sent: Saturday, January 25, 2020 2:47 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: [Islay] Islay

Family name McCuaig. From the Kilchoman area. Dugald Mccuaig born about 1802, married Janet Turner 1822. Looking for children...and General info about the area.





Re: Roll Call

Doug Carmichael
 

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
 
Doug 
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. 
Cheers
John



On 26/01/2020, at 7:07 AM, Doug Carmichael <dougcarmichael@...> wrote:


Hello All, I am interested in the Carmichael  families  of Islay. I have pretty good information as far back as  Dougald Carmichael ,dob 1774 , marring  Mary McNeill dob 1778. Her parents were Lachland McNeill and Janet Wright . I do not have any information on Dougalds  parentage .Most of  information I have is from the work of A. Currie and done some years before the internet.  I have been unable to find when and why Carmichaels arrived on Islay. Family oral history has us as a Sept of the Starts of Appin.
               My branch upstakes  in the 1860' to Grey County, Ontario,joining relatives who had done so earlier. Members of the family also moved  to the Swan Valley of Manitoba about this time.

              I did find a reference to there being 3 or more Septs of Carmichael on Islay but I have been unable to "rediscover" this information. If this rings a bell with anyone please let me know. Cheers to one and all Douglas Carmichael


Re: Roll Call

Lola Cook
 

Hi, I'm Lola Cook from Qualicum Beach, BC, Canada
My Islay family names are:  McEwing/McEwen/McEown; McTaggart; Stewart; McCaig/McCuaig; Wallace; Stevenson

Archibald McEwing, born btwn 1730-1740 in Kildalton and he died in Kildalton.  He married Katherine McTaggart on Dec. 21, 1759 in Kildalton.
Son John McEwing born June 1761.  He married Janet McTaggart on Feb. 7, 1790 in Kildalton.  Son John born Jan 28, 1807, died May 1869.  He married Flora Stevenson, born 1797, daughter of Neil Stevenson and Catherine McTaggart.  Flora died on Oct. 17, 1866.
Son Joseph McEwing, born July 24, 1828 in Killallan, died June 14, 1888 in Campbeltown, Argyll.  Joseph married Mary Wallace, daughter of John Wallace and Margaret Gilchrist, on Dec. 13, 1853 in Campbeltown.  Mary was born on Jan. 6, 1829 in Killean, died Nov. 7, 1895 in Campbeltown.
One of the children from this marriage was Catherine McEwing, born March 10, 1857 in Campbeltown, died May 18, 1921 in Campbeltown
Catherine married Hugh Stewart, son of John Stewart and Mary McCaig/McCuaig, on Dec. 1, 1885 in Campbeltown.  Child of the marriage was Robert McEwing Stewart, born July 25, 1886 in Campbeltown, died July 25, 1958 in Winnipeg, Man. Canada.

John Stewart, born circa 1814,Tinsmith, died btwn 1866-1869;  married Mary McCaig/McCuaig, born 1816 in Kilarrow, her parents were Donald Mcaig, Bowmore and Betsy Brown, Bowmore, married's Mar. 27, 1806.  
children of John Stewart & Mary McCaig:
Robert Stewart, born 1844 - Policeman in Glasgow - died Bowmore Poorhouse Oct. 10, 1870
Hugh Stewart, born 1846 - Easdale or Port Ellen - Masons Labourer, married Catherine McEwing, Dec. 1, 1885 in Campbeltown.  Hugh died after Dec. 1, 1885 unknown place.  He enlisted in the army, 73rd Foot, June 23, 1864, discharged Nov. 6, 1876.  Served long enough to be Chelsea Pensioner
 John Stewart, born 1848, Portree, Inverness - Policeman in Glasgow - married Margaret McCaffer, June 3, 1870, Glasgow.  John died June 1878.

I want to find out where and when Hugh Stewart died.  He was my paternal grandfather.  Any information greatly appreciated!
Lola Cook


Mary Stewart, born 1848, died 1852 of phthisis (tuberculosis).
Susan Stewart, born 1854, Bowmore, died May 5, 1893, Glasgow - married Gilbert Boyd Oct 22, 1873; later married Daniel McAleese


Re: Roll Call

John McKinnon
 

Doug 
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. 
Cheers
John



On 26/01/2020, at 7:07 AM, Doug Carmichael <dougcarmichael@...> wrote:


Hello All, I am interested in the Carmichael  families  of Islay. I have pretty good information as far back as  Dougald Carmichael ,dob 1774 , marring  Mary McNeill dob 1778. Her parents were Lachland McNeill and Janet Wright . I do not have any information on Dougalds  parentage .Most of  information I have is from the work of A. Currie and done some years before the internet.  I have been unable to find when and why Carmichaels arrived on Islay. Family oral history has us as a Sept of the Starts of Appin.
               My branch upstakes  in the 1860' to Grey County, Ontario,joining relatives who had done so earlier. Members of the family also moved  to the Swan Valley of Manitoba about this time.

              I did find a reference to there being 3 or more Septs of Carmichael on Islay but I have been unable to "rediscover" this information. If this rings a bell with anyone please let me know. Cheers to one and all Douglas Carmichael


Re: Islay

Sue Visser
 

Hi Cathy Lee

I have no direct connection but have a little data. Roger McWee probably/possibly has more in the Islay Cultural Database.

Dugald McCuaig and Janet Turner marr 27 Apr 1822 but NOT BOTP.
Son Malcolm b 2 Feb 1826, Craigfad, Kilarrow Parish
Dau Janet b 30 Dec 1836, Port Charlotte, Kilchoman Parish.

Happy hunting!
Sue McCuaig Visser

-----Original Message-----
From: Cathy Lee
Sent: Saturday, January 25, 2020 2:47 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: [Islay] Islay

Family name McCuaig. From the Kilchoman area. Dugald Mccuaig born about 1802, married Janet Turner 1822. Looking for children...and General info about the area.


Re: Roll Call - Currie, Campbell, McIntyre - Kilarrow

Christine McPhie
 

Hi

My Islay connection is through my great-grandfather Neil Campbell Currie (1865-1935) who was born in Glasgow but his parents were Ilich.

His mother Mary Campbell (1831-1904) was born at Cruach to Peter Campbell (b & d UNK) and Elizabeth McIntyre (c1798-1867)

His father John (c1828-1883) was recorded as Campbell in the 1841 Islay census but was using the surname Currie when he married Mary in Glasgow in 1849.  His death certificate states his reputed father was Archibald Currie (no details known).  His mother Janet McIntyre (c1807-pre 1855) married Alexander Campbell (c1802-1876) in 1828.

Locations are Kilarrow – Cruach, Bowmore, Gartnatra, Avinvogie, Avinlussa, Bridgehouse (Island Farm)

I have taken an Ancestry DNA test but not moved forward yet looking into this!

Now living on Islay 😊

Thanks

Christine



On Wednesday, 22 January 2020, 06:41:26 GMT, Diane Rogers <diane_rogers@...> wrote:



Hi, everyone. 

There are now 177 of us here. Would you like to start a roll call? Just the Islay people's names and places you are interested in.

I am thinking we can also build up a database for the people we are researching.

We can post images too - however - there is an overall size limit for images on free lists here. So be cautious and resize them, please.  I would love to see photos of those we know came from Islay, if we have them.

Diane 


Islay

Cathy Lee
 

Family name McCuaig. From the Kilchoman area. Dugald Mccuaig born about 1802, married Janet Turner 1822. Looking for children...and General info about the area.


Re: Roll Call

Doug Carmichael
 

Hello All, I am interested in the Carmichael  families  of Islay. I have pretty good information as far back as  Dougald Carmichael ,dob 1774 , marring  Mary McNeill dob 1778. Her parents were Lachland McNeill and Janet Wright . I do not have any information on Dougalds  parentage .Most of  information I have is from the work of A. Currie and done some years before the internet.  I have been unable to find when and why Carmichaels arrived on Islay. Family oral history has us as a Sept of the Starts of Appin.
               My branch upstakes  in the 1860' to Grey County, Ontario,joining relatives who had done so earlier. Members of the family also moved  to the Swan Valley of Manitoba about this time.

              I did find a reference to there being 3 or more Septs of Carmichael on Islay but I have been unable to "rediscover" this information. If this rings a bell with anyone please let me know. Cheers to one and all Douglas Carmichael