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'''SOURCES FOR FAMILY HISTORY'''  
 
'''SOURCES FOR FAMILY HISTORY'''  
  
'''FH ''' =='''General sources''' ==  
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== '''General sources''' ==
  
20 Index of biographies in The Celtic Monthly <br>  
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'''FH'''<br> 20 Index of biographies in The Celtic Monthly <br>  
  
 
60 Index of the Register of Testaments, Commissariat of Argyll, 1674-1800<br>  
 
60 Index of the Register of Testaments, Commissariat of Argyll, 1674-1800<br>  
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119 Roll of Honour of the Manchester and Salford Caledonian Association 1917 <br>  
 
119 Roll of Honour of the Manchester and Salford Caledonian Association 1917 <br>  
  
153 &lt;nowiki&gt;War Memorial Index 1914-1919 [Work in progress]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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153 War Memorial Index 1914-1919 [Work in progress]<br>  
  
 
174 List of Subscribers to Clasach nan Beann by Evan MacColl 1836 <br>  
 
174 List of Subscribers to Clasach nan Beann by Evan MacColl 1836 <br>  
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562 British Ship “SARAH“ arrived at New York on 18 July 1850, 38 c... from Glasgow <br>  
 
562 British Ship “SARAH“ arrived at New York on 18 July 1850, 38 c... from Glasgow <br>  
  
577 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- AFS Western Zone at http://www.graeme.kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk/ <br>  
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577 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- AFS Western Zone at [http://www.graemekirkwood.co.uk/index.htm www.graemekirkwood.co.uk/index.htm]<br>  
  
611 History of Scottish Fire Brigades-Area L Argyll &amp; Bute [http://www.graeme.kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk/]<br>
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611 History of Scottish Fire Brigades-Area L Argyll &amp; Bute (see&nbsp;[http://www.graemekirkwood.co.uk/index.htm www.graemekirkwood.co.uk])
618 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- Western Area Fire Brigade [http://www.graeme.kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk/] <br>  
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618 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- Western Area Fire Brigade (see&nbsp;[http://www.graemekirkwood.co.uk/index.htm www.graemekirkwood.co.uk]) <br>  
  
 
650 The Argyll &amp; Sutherland Highlanders, 1st Battalion 1899-1… Photocopy taken from “The South African War Casualty Roll, South African Field force 11th October 1899 to June 1902” <br>  
 
650 The Argyll &amp; Sutherland Highlanders, 1st Battalion 1899-1… Photocopy taken from “The South African War Casualty Roll, South African Field force 11th October 1899 to June 1902” <br>  
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=== '''ARDCHATTAN &amp; MUCKAIRN'''  ===
 
=== '''ARDCHATTAN &amp; MUCKAIRN'''  ===
  
24. List of men within the sub-division of Lorn liable to serve in the Militia from 18 to 45 years, 1804 <br>  
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'''FH'''<br> 24. List of men within the sub-division of Lorn liable to serve in the Militia from 18 to 45 years, 1804 <br>  
  
 
34. Register of Voters, 1836 <br>  
 
34. Register of Voters, 1836 <br>  
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Burial Ground See also AGN 4277 Various articles relating to Duncan Campbell of Inverawe, taken from Journal of the Clan Campbell Society. <br>  
 
Burial Ground See also AGN 4277 Various articles relating to Duncan Campbell of Inverawe, taken from Journal of the Clan Campbell Society. <br>  
  
=== Campbeltown ===
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=== CAMPBELTOWN  ===
  
FH 5 Number not used <br>  
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'''FH'''<br> 5 Number not used <br>  
  
 
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6 Number not used <br>  
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191 A list of the number of souls in the Landward part of Parish of CAMPBELTOWN distinguishing the Highlanders from the Lowlanders, 5 February 1791 <br>  
 
191 A list of the number of souls in the Landward part of Parish of CAMPBELTOWN distinguishing the Highlanders from the Lowlanders, 5 February 1791 <br>  
  
214 &lt;nowiki&gt;Rentals of North and South Kintyre 1596 and 1605 [ from Highland Papers, Vol III edited by RN MacPhail, pub. Scot Hist. Soc 1920]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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214 Rentals of North and South Kintyre 1596 and 1605 [ from Highland Papers, Vol III edited by RN MacPhail, pub. Scot Hist. Soc 1920]&nbsp;<br>  
  
 
243 Rental of lands in Kintyre and Inveraray 1648 transcribed by Niall D Campbell, 10th Duke of Argyll, CAMPBELTOWN, Southend, Saddel, Kilkenzie and Inverary <br>  
 
243 Rental of lands in Kintyre and Inveraray 1648 transcribed by Niall D Campbell, 10th Duke of Argyll, CAMPBELTOWN, Southend, Saddel, Kilkenzie and Inverary <br>  
  
247 Kintyre rentals:,&lt;nowiki&gt; a) Rental of the lands of the Lordship of Kintyre, no date [c. 1636&nbsp;?]&lt;/nowiki&gt; b) Rental of the Earl of Argyll’s lands in Kintyre 1653 c) Rental of the Burgh of Campbeltown 1714 <br>  
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247 Kintyre rentals: <br>a) Rental of the lands of the Lordship of Kintyre, no date [c. 1636&nbsp;?] <br>b) Rental of the Earl of Argyll’s lands in Kintyre 1653 <br>c) Rental of the Burgh of Campbeltown 1714 <br>  
  
266 Register of St.Kiaran’s Episcopal Church CAMPBELTOWN Baptisms 1848 to 1855, &amp;lt;arroages 1849-1853 <br>  
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266 Register of St.Kiaran’s Episcopal Church CAMPBELTOWN Baptisms 1848 to 1855, marriages 1849-1853 <br>  
  
287 Index to the 1851 Census of the Parish of CAMPBELTOWN, Compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple (a) Burghal area (b) landward area <br>  
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287 Index to the 1851 Census of the Parish of CAMPBELTOWN, Compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple <br>(a) Burghal area <br>(b) landward area <br>  
  
 
295 Index of names of paupers in the General Register of Poor in the Parish of CAMPBELTOWN, c. 1860-1899 <br>  
 
295 Index of names of paupers in the General Register of Poor in the Parish of CAMPBELTOWN, c. 1860-1899 <br>  
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350 List of house-keepers in CAMPBELTOWN 1685 <br>  
 
350 List of house-keepers in CAMPBELTOWN 1685 <br>  
  
465 Results of bursary examinations, July 1912, the highest score &lt;nowiki&gt;Possible was 1100 [ From CA/5/45/14&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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465 Results of bursary examinations, July 1912, the highest score possible was 1100 [From CA/5/45/14]<br>  
  
 
471 Index CAMPBELTOWN Poor (1-600 ) 1870 compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple <br>  
 
471 Index CAMPBELTOWN Poor (1-600 ) 1870 compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple <br>  
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See also Monumental Inscriptions (3) Campbeltown <br>  
 
See also Monumental Inscriptions (3) Campbeltown <br>  
  
572 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- L 16 Campbeltown &lt;nowiki&gt;[http://www.graeme.Kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk/]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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572 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- L 16 Campbeltown - [http://www.graeme.Kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk www.graeme.Kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk] <br>  
  
581 History of Scottish Fire Brigades-Campbeltown Airport &lt;nowiki&gt;[http://www.graeme.kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk/]&lt;/nowiki&gt;<br>  
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581 History of Scottish Fire Brigades-Campbeltown Airport see [http://www.graeme.Kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk www.graeme.Kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk]<br>  
  
 
656 CAMPBELTOWN: List of Board Members; Inspectors of Poor; Medical Officers; Law Agents; Poorhouse Committee Members; Poorhouse Governor; Matron; Chaplain and Nurses; Registrars; Sextons; and tradesman working on the construction of the Poorhouse, 18456-1908 (from CA/7/4/84) <br>  
 
656 CAMPBELTOWN: List of Board Members; Inspectors of Poor; Medical Officers; Law Agents; Poorhouse Committee Members; Poorhouse Governor; Matron; Chaplain and Nurses; Registrars; Sextons; and tradesman working on the construction of the Poorhouse, 18456-1908 (from CA/7/4/84) <br>  
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657 List of purchasers of barley bought from Malcolme McNeall, Merchant, Campbeltown, May 1727 <br>  
 
657 List of purchasers of barley bought from Malcolme McNeall, Merchant, Campbeltown, May 1727 <br>  
  
658 Some Campbeltown Baptisms and Marriages by D. Murray Rose, &lt;nowiki&gt;1682 to 1687 [copy from KASC/1/11/19]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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658 Some Campbeltown Baptisms and Marriages by D. Murray Rose, 1682 to 1687 [copy from KASC/1/11/19] <br>
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661 Stent of the Burgh year ending 1st January 1825 CAMPBELTOWN [COPY TAKEN FROM kasc/1/12/1]<br>  
  
661 Stent of the Burgh year ending 1st January 1825 CAMPBELTOWN &lt;nowiki&gt;[ COPY TAKEN FROM kasc/1/12/1&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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662 Stent of the Burgh year ending 1st January 1831 CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC/1/12/2]<br>  
  
662 Stent of the Burgh year ending 1st January 1831 CAMPBELTOWN &lt;nowiki&gt;[copy taken from KASC/1/12/2&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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663 List of the inhabitants of Campbeltown in 1685 (men only) CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC/1/11/41]<br>  
  
663 List of the inhabitants of Campbeltown in 1685 (men only) &lt;nowiki&gt;CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC/1/11/41]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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664 List of persons to whom the Moss rooms (peat moss) belonged on 15th May 1674 CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC /1/11/44]<br>  
  
664 List of persons to whom the Moss rooms (peat moss) belonged on &lt;nowiki&gt;15th May ,1674 CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC /1/11/44&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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665 List of THE Burgesses of Campbeltown from 1695-1738 CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC/1/11/42]<br>  
  
665 List of THE Burgesses of Campbeltown from 1695-1738 &lt;nowiki&gt;CAMPBELTOWN [ copy taken from KASC/1/11/42 ]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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666 The First rental of the Lowland Plantation of Kintyre 1652 [copy taken from KASC/1/11/49] CAMPBELTOWN]<br>  
  
666 The First rental of the Lowland Plantation of Kintyre 1652 &lt;nowiki&gt;[copy taken from KASC/1/11/49] CAMPBELTOWN&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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668 “The Presbyterie Book of Kintyire begune the 15th August, 1655 M.DC.LV” [copy taken from KASC/1/11/106] CAMPBELTOWN SADDLE &amp; SKIPNESS, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN &amp; KILCHENZIE, GIGHA &amp; CARA, KILCALMONELL <br>  
  
668 “The Presbyterie Book of Kintyire begune the 15th August, 1655 &lt;nowiki&gt;M.DC.LV” [copy taken from KASC/1/11/106] CAMPBELTOWN ,&lt;/nowiki&gt; SADDLE &amp; SKIPNESS, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN &amp; KILCHENZIE, GIGHA &amp; CARA, KILCALMONELL <br>  
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669 Kintyre Rentals, 1505-1710. Transcribed by A.I.B. Stewart and Andrew McKerral [copy taken from KASC /1/11/181] CAMPBELTOWN, SADDLE &amp; SKIPNESS, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN &amp; KILCHENZIE, GIGHA &amp; CARA, KILCALMONELL <br>  
  
669 Kintyre Rentals, 1505-1710. Transcribed by A.I.B. stewart and &lt;nowiki&gt;Andrew McKerral [ copy taken from KASC /1/11/181 &lt;/nowiki&gt; CAMPBELTOWN, SADDLE &amp; SKIPNESS, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN &amp; KILCHENZIE, GIGHA &amp; CARA, KILCALMONELL <br>  
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671 Return of the numbers of men from 15 to 60 years of age in the Parish of Kilkerran, kintyre, and horses and carts, February 1798 CAMPBELTOWN <br>  
  
See also DG/1/2 Saga of our Kintyre Kin by Grace Ralston and Lawrence Ralston Schmurr, privately published in 1984. Tracing The history of the Ralston, Greenlee, MacPhail, Breakenridge, Andrew, Wallace and Howie families, all of Kingyre <br>  
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672 List of principal tenants on the Argyll Estate, 1830, from the Schedules to the Argyll Estate act 1830 ( INVERARY &amp; GLENARAY, CAMPBELTOWN, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN &amp; KILCHENZIE )<br> See also: <br> DG/1/2 Saga of our Kintyre Kin by Grace Ralston and Lawrence Ralston Schmurr, privately published in 1984. Tracing The history of the Ralston, Greenlee, MacPhail, Breakenridge, Andrew, Wallace and Howie families, all of Kintyre <br>  
  
 
DG/1/27 Family tree, Paterson, Mitchell, Artnot, Shaw, Campbeltown connections <br>  
 
DG/1/27 Family tree, Paterson, Mitchell, Artnot, Shaw, Campbeltown connections <br>  
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DG/1/46 Descendants of Donald McCualsky and Margaret McLarty of Campbeltown compiled by H.LO. Ruf, West Virginia (from Kintyre Antiquarian Society) <br>  
 
DG/1/46 Descendants of Donald McCualsky and Margaret McLarty of Campbeltown compiled by H.LO. Ruf, West Virginia (from Kintyre Antiquarian Society) <br>  
  
DG/1/47 Descendants of John and Isabel Brown Ralston, &lt;nowiki&gt;Campbeltown connections [missing’&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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DG/1/47 Descendants of John and Isabel Brown Ralston, Campbeltown connections missing<br>  
 
 
671 Return of the numbers of men from 15 to 60 years of age in the Parish of Kilkerran, kintyre, and horses and carts, February 1798 CAMPBELTOWN <br>
 
 
 
672 List of principal tenants on the Argyll Estate, 1830, from the Schedules to the Argyll Estate act 1830 ( INVERARY &amp; GLENARAY, CAMPBELTOWN, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN &amp; KILCHENZIE )
 
  
=== COLL ===
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=== COLL ===
  
FH 58 List of men liable to be balloted, 1799 (11 names only) <br>  
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'''FH'''<br> 58 List of men liable to be balloted, 1799 (11 names only) <br>  
  
 
80 Index to Tobermory Procurator Fiscal’s papers <br>  
 
80 Index to Tobermory Procurator Fiscal’s papers <br>  
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150 Evidence of John Johnston to The Royal Commission (Highlands &amp; Islands 1892) of tenants prior to 1855 <br>  
 
150 Evidence of John Johnston to The Royal Commission (Highlands &amp; Islands 1892) of tenants prior to 1855 <br>  
  
200 Testificate by the parishioners of TIREE and COLL in favour of their &lt;nowiki&gt;*** deposed Minister 1698- twenty signatures&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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200 Testificate by the parishioners of TIREE and COLL in favour of their ''deposed'' Minister 1698- twenty signatures&nbsp;<br>  
  
 
325 Index to the 1851 Census of the Parish of COLL by Tommy &amp; Margaret Semple <br>  
 
325 Index to the 1851 Census of the Parish of COLL by Tommy &amp; Margaret Semple <br>  
  
538 List of Inhabitants of the Island of Coll 2 Dec 1776 Transcribed by Linda Temple &amp; Flora MacDonald and edited by Keith Dash &lt;nowiki&gt; [ www.keithdash.net ]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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538 List of Inhabitants of the Island of Coll 2 Dec 1776 Transcribed by Linda Temple &amp; Flora MacDonald and edited by Keith Dash - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net] &nbsp;<br>  
  
539 1841 Census, Isle of Coll from the transcript by Terry Sheppard (&lt;nowiki&gt;www.fr&lt;/nowiki&gt;eepages .genealogy, &lt;nowiki&gt;rootsweb.com/~relys4u/&lt;/nowiki&gt;), edited by Keith Dash &lt;nowiki&gt; [www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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539 1841 Census, Isle of Coll from the transcript by Terry Sheppard - [http://www.freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~relys4u/ www.freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~relys4u/], edited by Keith Dash - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net]&nbsp;<br>  
  
540 1861 Census, Isle of Coll transcribed by Ian Scott from SRO &amp; LDS Sources&lt;nowiki&gt; [ww&lt;/nowiki&gt;&lt;nowiki&gt;w.keithdash.net&lt;/nowiki&gt; ] <br>  
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540 1861 Census, Isle of Coll transcribed by Ian Scott from SRO &amp; LDS Sources - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net]&nbsp;<br>  
  
 
541 Isle of Coll – Marriages 1776-1820 <br>  
 
541 Isle of Coll – Marriages 1776-1820 <br>  
  
542 Isle of Coll – Marriages 1821-1855 &lt;nowiki&gt;[www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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542 Isle of Coll – Marriages 1821-1855 - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net]&nbsp;<br>  
  
544 Isle of Coll- Births/ Baptisms 1821 to 1855 &lt;nowiki&gt;[www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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544 Isle of Coll- Births/ Baptisms 1821 to 1855 - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net]<br>  
  
545 List of Inhabitatns of the Island of Coll 1776 &lt;nowiki&gt;[www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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545 List of Inhabitatns of the Island of Coll 1776 - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net]&nbsp;<br>  
  
546 A map of the Isle of Coll showing the location of the village, settlements, and geographical features. &lt;nowiki&gt; [www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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546 A map of the Isle of Coll showing the location of the village, settlements, and geographical features. - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net]<br>  
  
547 Martin Martin (1703). A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland Martin Matin was born into a well-to-do Isle of Skye family about 1655-1660 and in 1681 graduated M.A. from the University of Edinburgh. In the 1690s he travelled extensively in the Western Isles of Scotland and with John Adair mapped the Hebrides. He entered Leiden University in 1710, graduating as M. D., and afterwards resided in London where he died in 1719. He is best known for his classic work, A description of the Western Isles of Scotland, published in 1703, which inspired later writers and travelers such as Samuel Johnson and James Boswell.. &lt;nowiki&gt;[www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt; <br>  
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547 Martin Martin (1703). A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland Martin Matin was born into a well-to-do Isle of Skye family about 1655-1660 and in 1681 graduated M.A. from the University of Edinburgh. In the 1690s he travelled extensively in the Western Isles of Scotland and with John Adair mapped the Hebrides. He entered Leiden University in 1710, graduating as M. D., and afterwards resided in London where he died in 1719. He is best known for his classic work, A description of the Western Isles of Scotland, published in 1703, which inspired later writers and travelers such as Samuel Johnson and James Boswell.. - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net]&nbsp;<br>  
  
548 Samuel Johnson (1775) A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) was one of England’s most famous literary figures. In the summer of 1773 he and his friend James Boswell toured the Highlands and Inner Hebrides of Scotland, using Martin Martin’s 1703 description as their guidebook. Johnson’s account of their travels, A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland, published two years later in 1775, is believed to have been written largely from memory. &lt;nowiki&gt;[www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt;<br>  
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548 Samuel Johnson (1775) A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) was one of England’s most famous literary figures. In the summer of 1773 he and his friend James Boswell toured the Highlands and Inner Hebrides of Scotland, using Martin Martin’s 1703 description as their guidebook. Johnson’s account of their travels, A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland, published two years later in 1775, is believed to have been written largely from memory. - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net] <br>  
  
 
549-551 Not allocated  
 
549-551 Not allocated  
  
552 The New Statistical Account of Scotland ( 1834- 1845) &lt;nowiki&gt;[www.keithdash.net]&lt;/nowiki&gt;<br>  
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552 The New Statistical Account of Scotland ( 1834- 1845) - [http://www.keithdash.net www.keithdash.net] <br>
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SOURCES FOR FAMILY HISTORY

General sources

FH
20 Index of biographies in The Celtic Monthly

60 Index of the Register of Testaments, Commissariat of Argyll, 1674-1800

75 List of Members of the London Argyllshire Association, 1903-04

76 Index to the Justiciary Records of Argyll & the Isles, 1664-1742

77 Index to Argyll Sasines, Vol. 1

78 Index to Argyll Sasines, Vol 2

86 Index to the Police Registers

119 Roll of Honour of the Manchester and Salford Caledonian Association 1917

153 War Memorial Index 1914-1919 [Work in progress]

174 List of Subscribers to Clasach nan Beann by Evan MacColl 1836

188 Fasti Ecclesiae Scottincanae

231 The Fasti of the United Free Church of Scotland

259 Muster Rolls, 1689-90

499 U.S.l Mail Steamer,”New York”, 6 June, 1914, Southampton to New York via Cherbourg (Passenger List)

500 Ship names for Scot Immigrants, Many to Argyle and Caledonia, Illinois

501 Brig “Czar” 23 June 1841 (Passenger List)

502 British Barque “Gleaner” arrived at New York on 5 July 1842,33 days from Campbelltown, Scotland

503 Emigrants to America on the Diana, September 1774

504 Bark “Charlotte Harrison” July 1850 Passenger List

505 British Barque “Tay” August 1840 Passenger List 'FH General sources, cont.'
506 Two lists of intending passengers to the New World 1770 and 17…

507 1864 Letters from New York and San Francisco

508 Ship Passenger Lists Scot and Irish

561 Emigrants to America on the Wilmington, Passenger List 1803

562 British Ship “SARAH“ arrived at New York on 18 July 1850, 38 c... from Glasgow

577 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- AFS Western Zone at www.graemekirkwood.co.uk/index.htm

611 History of Scottish Fire Brigades-Area L Argyll & Bute (see www.graemekirkwood.co.uk)

618 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- Western Area Fire Brigade (see www.graemekirkwood.co.uk)

650 The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 1st Battalion 1899-1… Photocopy taken from “The South African War Casualty Roll, South African Field force 11th October 1899 to June 1902”

654 Shipping arrivals in New South Wales 1788-1800

655 List of Vessels sailing from Scotland to Canada, 1770-1815 fro… Mrs Meg Douglas, Isle of Mull (August 2011)

660 Old Occupations in Scotland, list and descriptions of about 500 Unusual occupations, jobs and work found on the 17th, 18th, 19th And early 20th Century records, and gravestone inscriptions in Scotland

ARDCHATTAN & MUCKAIRN

FH
24. List of men within the sub-division of Lorn liable to serve in the Militia from 18 to 45 years, 1804

34. Register of Voters, 1836

35. Pigot’s Directory 1837

58. List of men of military age liable to be balloted, 1799

136. Transcript of the 1841 census

161. The Commons of Argyll: Name-lists of 1685 and 1692, edited by Duncan C. MacTavish, pub. Lochgilphead 1935

203. List of Men summoned cutting the woods of MUCKAIRN 1685

285 . Index to the 1841 Census ARDCHATTAN & MUCKAIRN Transcribed by Edna Stark and published by the G.&W&gt;S&gt;F&gt;H&gt;S&gt; <nowiki>[Booklet]</nowiki>

317. Index to the 1851 census of the Parishes of ARDCHATTAN & MUCKAIRN by Tommy & Margaret Semple.

364. Family History of the MacKichans, ARDCHATTAN

463. List of Teachers in Ardchattan Primary School

489. Colin The Merchant, A Descendant of the Campbells of Barcaldine By Iain M. Campbell, Nova Scotia, extract from Journal of the Clan Campbell Society, 1987

490. Campbells from Knpadale- A postscript, NORTH KNAPDALE See also Monumental Inscriptions Ardchattan & Muckairn: Ardchattan Parish church, Baile Mhaodain Burial Ground, Ardchattan Priory, Benderloch, Craigneuk, Muchairn, Ballifeolan

625 List of Debtors due to the deceased Mrs Campbell of Ballimore

630 List of the creditors of the deceased Mrs Margaret Campbell of Ballimore GLENORCHY & INNISHAIL

632 List of the owners of cattle wintered at Achnaclach 1781-1782 ARCHATTAN & MUCKAIRN

See also DG/1/1 Descendants of John MacKechane, Merchant at …. Born c. 1766 and Isabella McIntyre, Ardachy, born c. 1770 in the Par… Ardchattan. Includes transcriptions of letters and copies of photogr… This family tree tracing the descendants of John and Isabella’s son I…
A First Minister of Lochgilphead, and his son John MacKechane Emigrated to Australia some time during the 19th Century.

DG/1/17 Family Tree-Campbell of Invergeldie and Barcaldine

Burial Ground See also AGN 4277 Various articles relating to Duncan Campbell of Inverawe, taken from Journal of the Clan Campbell Society.

CAMPBELTOWN

FH
5 Number not used

6 Number not used

8 Roll of members of the Kintyre club.

18 Typescript copy of the Hearth Tax, 1694, Kintyre Parishes, by Mr A&gt;I&gt;B&gt;

31 Rental of Kintyre 1543

34 Register of voters, 1836

35 Pigot’s Directory 1837

41 Rentals of miscellaneous estates in Kintyre.

42 Rental of the Duke of Aryll’s Estate, 1853

43 Subscribers to the building of the Relief Kirk in CAMPBELTOWN, 1766-1767

58 List of men liable to be balloted 1799

70 Pigot’s Directory 1825

79 Index to Campbeltown Voters claims.

82 Rental Book, Oatfield Estate 1843-45

83 List of miners, etc. Argyll Colliery, Drumlemble 1913-1920

92 Burnside Independent Chapel, subscription and members lists 1829 1842

93a Statute labour lists, et, 1843 &b

107 Rental of the Estate of Trodigal, 1818

108 Kilchrist Estate papers, CAMPBELTOWN:- Rental 1781
“Sundry cottars” 1799
Haymakers 1815
Scroll rental 1819

110 Sale particulars of Machrihanish 1817

117 Duncan Colville’s Index to the CAMPBELTOWN Courier and to the Argyllshire Herald.

121 List of shareholders of the CAMPBELTOWN & Glasgow Steam Packet Joint Stock Co Ltd 1841-1904

129 Petition of inhabitants of the Glenbreckne area for a bridge at Lochorodale Water, 1892

151 Extracts from “Kintyre in 17th C.” by Andrew Mackerral.

154 Proprietors, members, etc, of the Campbeltown Relief Kirk 1835/36

159 Signatures of “Carters, Cowfeeders etc.” in CAMPBELTOWN 1839

161 The Commons of Argyll: Name-lists of 1685 and 1692, edited by Duncan C. McTavish, pub. Lochgilphead 1935

163 Duncan Colville’s extracts from Kintyre Leases

172 Index to the Service of Heirs 1807-1841

175 Pay Sheet, CAMPBELTOWN Water Works 1851

191 A list of the number of souls in the Landward part of Parish of CAMPBELTOWN distinguishing the Highlanders from the Lowlanders, 5 February 1791

214 Rentals of North and South Kintyre 1596 and 1605 [ from Highland Papers, Vol III edited by RN MacPhail, pub. Scot Hist. Soc 1920] 

243 Rental of lands in Kintyre and Inveraray 1648 transcribed by Niall D Campbell, 10th Duke of Argyll, CAMPBELTOWN, Southend, Saddel, Kilkenzie and Inverary

247 Kintyre rentals:
a) Rental of the lands of the Lordship of Kintyre, no date [c. 1636 ?]
b) Rental of the Earl of Argyll’s lands in Kintyre 1653
c) Rental of the Burgh of Campbeltown 1714

266 Register of St.Kiaran’s Episcopal Church CAMPBELTOWN Baptisms 1848 to 1855, marriages 1849-1853

287 Index to the 1851 Census of the Parish of CAMPBELTOWN, Compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple
(a) Burghal area
(b) landward area

295 Index of names of paupers in the General Register of Poor in the Parish of CAMPBELTOWN, c. 1860-1899

302 Typescript copy list of tenants on the Duke of Argyll’s Kintyre Estate 1720 CAMPBELTOWN, Southend, Killean & Kilchenzie

305 Rental of Askomil CAMPBELTOWN, 1769

306 List of persons having cows and horses grazing on the Town Common CAMPBELTOWN 1771,1780, 1792,1796

309 List of tenants and cottars, etc. in the Western District of Roads in Kintyre from Crubisdale to CAMPBELTOWN, 31 July 1797 CAMPBELTOWN, Killean & Kilmore by Tommy and Margaret Semple

310 List of CAMPBELTOWN Acres and Houses, 20 January, 1838

314 Typescript List of purchasers of copper smuggling stills from Robert Armour, coppersmith in CAMPBELTOWN in 1811-12, extracted By the late Duncan Colville

329 Proof Rental of Estate of the deceased Colonel Charles Campbell of Barbreck in the Parishes of Southend, CAMPBELTOWN and Killean 1797

341 Illicit distillers, lists

343 Horse Tax 1797

344 Rent Arrears 1773-1783

349 Miscellaneous Papers

350 List of house-keepers in CAMPBELTOWN 1685

465 Results of bursary examinations, July 1912, the highest score possible was 1100 [From CA/5/45/14]

471 Index CAMPBELTOWN Poor (1-600 ) 1870 compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple

472 Index CAMPBELTOWN Poor (600- 1300) 1869-1899 compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple

473 Index CAMPBELTOWN Poor (1301-1598 ) 1890-1899 compiled by Tommy and Margaret Semple

See also Monumental Inscriptions (3) Campbeltown

572 History of Scottish Fire Brigades- L 16 Campbeltown - www.graeme.Kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk

581 History of Scottish Fire Brigades-Campbeltown Airport see www.graeme.Kirkwood.btinternet.co.uk

656 CAMPBELTOWN: List of Board Members; Inspectors of Poor; Medical Officers; Law Agents; Poorhouse Committee Members; Poorhouse Governor; Matron; Chaplain and Nurses; Registrars; Sextons; and tradesman working on the construction of the Poorhouse, 18456-1908 (from CA/7/4/84)

657 List of purchasers of barley bought from Malcolme McNeall, Merchant, Campbeltown, May 1727

658 Some Campbeltown Baptisms and Marriages by D. Murray Rose, 1682 to 1687 [copy from KASC/1/11/19]

661 Stent of the Burgh year ending 1st January 1825 CAMPBELTOWN [COPY TAKEN FROM kasc/1/12/1]

662 Stent of the Burgh year ending 1st January 1831 CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC/1/12/2]

663 List of the inhabitants of Campbeltown in 1685 (men only) CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC/1/11/41]

664 List of persons to whom the Moss rooms (peat moss) belonged on 15th May 1674 CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC /1/11/44]

665 List of THE Burgesses of Campbeltown from 1695-1738 CAMPBELTOWN [copy taken from KASC/1/11/42]

666 The First rental of the Lowland Plantation of Kintyre 1652 [copy taken from KASC/1/11/49] CAMPBELTOWN]

668 “The Presbyterie Book of Kintyire begune the 15th August, 1655 M.DC.LV” [copy taken from KASC/1/11/106] CAMPBELTOWN SADDLE & SKIPNESS, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN & KILCHENZIE, GIGHA & CARA, KILCALMONELL

669 Kintyre Rentals, 1505-1710. Transcribed by A.I.B. Stewart and Andrew McKerral [copy taken from KASC /1/11/181] CAMPBELTOWN, SADDLE & SKIPNESS, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN & KILCHENZIE, GIGHA & CARA, KILCALMONELL

671 Return of the numbers of men from 15 to 60 years of age in the Parish of Kilkerran, kintyre, and horses and carts, February 1798 CAMPBELTOWN

672 List of principal tenants on the Argyll Estate, 1830, from the Schedules to the Argyll Estate act 1830 ( INVERARY & GLENARAY, CAMPBELTOWN, SOUTHEND, KILLEAN & KILCHENZIE )
See also:
DG/1/2 Saga of our Kintyre Kin by Grace Ralston and Lawrence Ralston Schmurr, privately published in 1984. Tracing The history of the Ralston, Greenlee, MacPhail, Breakenridge, Andrew, Wallace and Howie families, all of Kintyre

DG/1/27 Family tree, Paterson, Mitchell, Artnot, Shaw, Campbeltown connections

DG/1/41 Photocopy letter written by J. Galbraith, Campbeltown, Regarding Galbraith family

DG/1/46 Descendants of Donald McCualsky and Margaret McLarty of Campbeltown compiled by H.LO. Ruf, West Virginia (from Kintyre Antiquarian Society)

DG/1/47 Descendants of John and Isabel Brown Ralston, Campbeltown connections missing

COLL

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58 List of men liable to be balloted, 1799 (11 names only)

80 Index to Tobermory Procurator Fiscal’s papers

96 Index of names in the minute book of COLL Parochial Board 1847-1855

126 Memorial of inhabitants of Comaig, Bousd, and Sorisdale, for new Roads, 1882, 1883, 1891

134 Road Assessment Lists, etc, 1840’s 1850’s

150 Evidence of John Johnston to The Royal Commission (Highlands & Islands 1892) of tenants prior to 1855

200 Testificate by the parishioners of TIREE and COLL in favour of their deposed Minister 1698- twenty signatures 

325 Index to the 1851 Census of the Parish of COLL by Tommy & Margaret Semple

538 List of Inhabitants of the Island of Coll 2 Dec 1776 Transcribed by Linda Temple & Flora MacDonald and edited by Keith Dash - www.keithdash.net  

539 1841 Census, Isle of Coll from the transcript by Terry Sheppard - www.freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~relys4u/, edited by Keith Dash - www.keithdash.net 

540 1861 Census, Isle of Coll transcribed by Ian Scott from SRO & LDS Sources - www.keithdash.net 

541 Isle of Coll – Marriages 1776-1820

542 Isle of Coll – Marriages 1821-1855 - www.keithdash.net 

544 Isle of Coll- Births/ Baptisms 1821 to 1855 - www.keithdash.net

545 List of Inhabitatns of the Island of Coll 1776 - www.keithdash.net 

546 A map of the Isle of Coll showing the location of the village, settlements, and geographical features. - www.keithdash.net

547 Martin Martin (1703). A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland Martin Matin was born into a well-to-do Isle of Skye family about 1655-1660 and in 1681 graduated M.A. from the University of Edinburgh. In the 1690s he travelled extensively in the Western Isles of Scotland and with John Adair mapped the Hebrides. He entered Leiden University in 1710, graduating as M. D., and afterwards resided in London where he died in 1719. He is best known for his classic work, A description of the Western Isles of Scotland, published in 1703, which inspired later writers and travelers such as Samuel Johnson and James Boswell.. - www.keithdash.net 

548 Samuel Johnson (1775) A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) was one of England’s most famous literary figures. In the summer of 1773 he and his friend James Boswell toured the Highlands and Inner Hebrides of Scotland, using Martin Martin’s 1703 description as their guidebook. Johnson’s account of their travels, A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland, published two years later in 1775, is believed to have been written largely from memory. - www.keithdash.net

549-551 Not allocated

552 The New Statistical Account of Scotland ( 1834- 1845) - www.keithdash.net

553 Not allocated 554………

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