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lesleygaffey@...
 

My interest in Islay is through Mary Ferguson born about 1787 and married to John Eads (according to family he may have been an English or Welsh sailor). They had 8 children (that I am aware of). The surname Eads has several variations depending on which branch you follow these are Ead, Eads, Head, Heads and Hood. 

Mary and Johns children were Archibald (1813) went to Canada. George (1815) went to Glasgow. Neil (1817) went to Kilbarchan. John (1820), Mary (1823), Alexander (1825) the only one that I know stayed on Islay. John (1827) went to Greenock. Mary (1830) went to Paisley. 

If anyone has any connection to this family I would love to hear from you.

Lesley

 


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skronen266@...
 

I am Sheila Kronenberger,  a descendent of the owners of Laphroaig:

Alexander JOHNSTON and Mary GRAHAM
                                |
Donald JOHNSTON and Isaabella McDOUGAL
                               |
Mary JOHNSTON and Alexander CAMPBELL
                               |
Isabella CAMPBELL and Robert James GRAHAM
                               |
Dugald Johnston GRAHAM and Alexandra May RUTHERFORD
                               |
Sheila Isabella GRAHAM married to John KRONENBERGER (deceased)

I was born in Canada and am now living in the USA.


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Iain Brown
 

I am Iain Brown, now living in Dunfermline, Fife.  My connection to Islay is through my paternal grandmother, Catherine McDougall Gray, who lived on Main Street in Bowmore until she passed away in 1977.  My father, John (Iain) McNair Brown was born in Bowmore in 1935.

My historical family connections are McEacherns, Turners, Johnstons, McDuffies, McNivens and more.


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Cas Houston
 

Hi,

I keep a LOT of Islay families on my website at www.chouston.f2s.com.

My Islay ancestors include McFadyen, McArthur, McIntyre, Carmichael, Beaton, Taylor and McLachlan.

Good luck with your research.

Charles MacFadyen Houston

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hgriffin@...
 

Hi everyone
Names of interest:  Calder, McTaggart (Kilchoman McTaggarts), McNab
Places of interest:  Taycarmigan, Lyrabus/Lurabus Oa (above the lighthouse), Corsapol/Carsable Kilchoman,  the township of Port Ellen
Several of my ancestors were blacksmiths in Port Ellen.
Good to connect again.

Heather  Griffin


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Ellen Sager
 

Hi, I will work on it in the next week or so.  I am knitting for a craft fair on Saturday and took a break to read about Islay.  Ellen


From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> on behalf of Diane Rogers <diane_rogers@...>
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Hi, Ellen,

You can send them to me

diane_rogers@...

Thanks! Diane






Re: Islay Researchers

Ellen Sager
 

Hi, it appears that my families from Islay aren't on the researchers' list.  Is there some way of adding them?  I did the maternal DNA test prior to 2015 because I was going to Islay in 2015.    My mother was born on Islay in 1919 - Isabella Johnston Greig Douglas.  Her father was a lighthouse keeper and was at McArthur's Head lighthouse when he drowned when my mother was 9 months old.  Her mother was Bessie McEachern (MacEachern - my relatives that are still in Islay go with Mac).  My mother and Bessie moved to Canada in 1930 to the Mount Forest area.  Bessie's parents were William McEachern and Isabella Johnston.  Isabella Johnston's parents were Alexander Johnston and Margaret MacDougall.  William McEachern's parents were John McEachern and Elizabeth McAulay.
William McEachern's obituary reads as the following:  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.
 


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M. Diane Rogers
 

Hi, Ellen,

You can send them to me

diane_rogers@shaw.ca

Thanks! Diane


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Ellen Sager
 

Hi, I have some Islay postcards to and from family members.  Would you like me to send them as attachments and who do I send them to?  Ellen Sager


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M. Diane Rogers
 

Thanks to Sue Visser, we now have a new cover postcard photo. Take a look. Thank you, Sue.

I have a small collection of Islay postcards which we can use. If you have some, do let me know. Or if you see some others out there on the web that are allowed for non-commercial use.

Great to see some of the ancestors in an album too.

Best wishes,

Diane R


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Anne Lyon
 

Hope I am doing this correctly.

My Islay family seem to have connections to Killarow, Kilchoman  Kildalton.  Their surnames are 
McPhee/McDuffie,  Shanks,  Campbell, Ferguson,  John McPhee/McDuffie was a gardener at Islay House.


Re: Welcome All to the new Islay list!

 

The elephants stay until the owner uploads another image. :-) 


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Ken Harrison
 

Carolyn,

I think we’ve talked before, but just in case ….

My McNabbs were also on Ballychatrigin from before 1800 to about 1852.  I can not match any of the persons you list below, although there are some in my data without enough evidence to rule in/out.

Some of mine also went on from Ontario to Chicago.

 

Ken Harrison

North Vancouver, Canada


From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io [mailto:Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io] On Behalf Of Carolyn Harmon
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 4:44 AM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Roll Call ?

 

Hi Diane: Thank you for all your work with the group! I have wonderful memories of our get togethers in Ontario and Islay. My gr-grandfather, John McNabb was born on Islay in 1842. He immigrated to Ontario before 1865. His sister, Martha married Archibald Currie in Glasgow in 1866. (Arch was also from Islay.) Their daughter, Kate, was born in January 1867 and supposedly learned to walk on the ship to Ontario about 1869. A "cousin" just helped me locate their brother, Colin, who also eventually ended up in Ontario with their parents, John and Cathrine. Before living in Port Ellen, John and Cathrine lived in Ballychatrigan and Lyrabus. I believe John's parents were Alexander McNabb and Martha Campbell. Not sure about Cathrine. 

     John's and Martha's families both ended up in Chicago and many members are buried there. Colin and the parents died in Ontario. This is John and his wife Margaret Galloway (born in Ontario). I assume this is their son, John, although they had a daughter, Martha, first. 

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Carolyn Harmon

 


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Ken Harrison
 

McNABB, MORRISON (McVORAN), M(a)Cdougall

 

Ken Harrison

North Vancouver, Canada

 


Roll call Hello from granddaughter of Mary McInnes of Kildalton Estates Islay and Thomas Rush Harvie ( Harvey) of Troon Scotland

Embleton House
 

Hello from Canada’s Northwest Territories in Yellowknife

Here are but a few names from my family tree.

 

Harvie/ Harvey Thomas Rush from Troon Scotland and Mary McInnes Married in Kildalton Estates. Islay

 

Angus Bell 1782 Glenegedale Moor, "Kildalton Parish", Islay, Scotland Wife margaret MacFayden Aug 1 1777 Kildalton  Parish, Islay, Scotland died 

Jan 5 1863 parents were Angus MacFayden born about 1746 Islay Scotland his wife was Mary McEachren   born about 1746 at Kildalton Parish, Islay, Scotland died January  5 1865 Kildalton Parish, Islay, Scotland 

 

Colin MacInnish MacInnes born Colin MacInnish MacInnes wife jane Campbell married  may 16 1783 Campbelltown, Argyll, Islay , Scotland Son Neil  MacInnish McInnes born September 1 1795 "Balleigaran" Campbeltown, Argyl, Scotland married Mary Reid about 1826 Ardimersay, Islay, Argylshire, Scotland

 

Other names in my family tree McNaughton Woodrow, McMillan McWhinnie and Twig,

 

 

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L MOON
 

Hi Iain and all

 

It seems that I’m not on the original spreadsheet of Islay researchers.

 

I’m searching for the parents of my g-grandfather Archibald CURRIE who was born on Islay about 1839.

He immigrated to Oro Township, Ontario, and in 1871 married Flora GALRAITH, dau of Neil GALBRAITH (b Islay 1811) and Mary McEACHERN.  The Ontario marriage registration shows his parents as James and Lizzie.  We haven’t found them anywhere.

 

Lois Moon

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M E Fuller
 

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On Wed, Jan 22, 2020 at 3:40 PM Iain MacIntosh <port.wemyss@...> wrote:

If you are on the original spreadsheet and have changed your email address, please send  a note of your name, old email and new email addresses to (iainmacintosh75@...)  and I’ll update the master copy before forwarding it  to  Diane. If anyone else wishes to co-ordinate the update, please feel free and let the list know.

 

Regards

 

Iain MacIntosh

 

From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> On Behalf Of Lorne & Susan Campbell
Sent: 22 January 2020 18:56
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Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Researchers

 

I’m still here. Still researching.

My email address has changed from jlorne.campbellATsympatico.ca

Lorne

 

 

From: pavana gem
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 12:37 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Researchers

 

My email address has changed since this was done.  Is there  way to update it?

 

On Wed, Jan 22, 2020 at 3:05 AM Iain MacIntosh <port.wemyss@...> wrote:

Here is the original spreadsheet of Islay researchers Johan & I produced a good few years ago

 

Regards

 

Iain

 

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Islay] Islay Researchers

Iain MacIntosh
 

If you are on the original spreadsheet and have changed your email address, please send  a note of your name, old email and new email addresses to (iainmacintosh75@...)  and I’ll update the master copy before forwarding it  to  Diane. If anyone else wishes to co-ordinate the update, please feel free and let the list know.

 

Regards

 

Iain MacIntosh

 

From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> On Behalf Of Lorne & Susan Campbell
Sent: 22 January 2020 18:56
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Researchers

 

I’m still here. Still researching.

My email address has changed from jlorne.campbellATsympatico.ca

Lorne

 

 

From: pavana gem
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 12:37 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Islay Researchers

 

My email address has changed since this was done.  Is there  way to update it?

 

On Wed, Jan 22, 2020 at 3:05 AM Iain MacIntosh <port.wemyss@...> wrote:

Here is the original spreadsheet of Islay researchers Johan & I produced a good few years ago

 

Regards

 

Iain

 

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Lorne & Susan Campbell
 

Unfortunately I have no info on Marion McIntyre.

Lorne

 

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From: Cheryl Cockburn-Wootten
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 4:08 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Roll Call ?

 

Hi Lorne,

I wonder if your Marion McIntyre is perhaps the sister of my 3 x great granny Janet McIntyre B: 1802 and D: 1876 married Alexander Campbell in 1828. She had a sister called Marion?

Cheers,

Cheryl :-)

 

 

On Thu, 23 Jan 2020 at 10:00, Lorne & Susan Campbell <lornesusan.campbell1@...> wrote:

Hi James,

I have

Angus Johnston 1790-1833, son of John Johnston and Marion McIntyre,  who married 1822 Catherine Campbell 1800-1833. Their children Maria and Angus came to Canada.
Donald Johnston 1793-1878, son of John Johnston and Marion McIntyre, who married 1827 Christena Campbell 1801-1865. Their children are Marion, John, Catherine, Ann and Daniel.

 

Lorne

 

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From: MORISON JAMES via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 5:26 AM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io; Diane Rogers
Subject: Re: [Islay] Roll Call ?

 

Hi All, My name is James Morison. Names of interest Johnston, Kildalton, Laphroaig Distillery, Jackson, The Lotts, Whyte, Kildalton

On 22 January 2020 at 06:41 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 


 

 


 

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