by The Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Mid Argyll in Lochgilphead .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 31.
|LC Classifications||DA880.A6 C33 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||76880479|
All these families are paternally related and they all descend from one Gaelic man named Mac Eáin that lived in Kilmichael Glassary parish, in mid Argyll, in the Scottish Highlands, in the s. The book tells of the author’s many trips to Ireland in search of his distant cousins there. Map of Mid-Argyll Kintyre and Islay Argyll An Handbook of the Scottish Gaelic World, A Book Review by Anne Landin A History of Clan Campbell, Book review by Ruby Campbell The Charles Bascombe Shaw Scottish Heritage Symposium – . the ﬁrst of several editions of a popular booklet, Mid Argyll: a handbook of history, which set the monuments in a historical framework. A more substantial work of , Argyll: the enduring heartland, interspersed archaeological and historical chapters with folk-traditions and the Author: Ian Fisher. The History of Argyll and Bute A fascinating journey through Argyll and Bute's past. The history of Argyll and Bute has a remarkable appeal. The past has left archaeological remains together with.
Mid Argyll, Kintyre & Islay Supported by Argyll & Bute Council, The Highland Council and NHS Highland a practical handbook for carers Single copies of the above booklets and their Life Story book - a very positive activity to do with the person is to put together a collection of reminders (photos. Mid-Argyll Show. History - Return to main History Page. Rumour has it that there may have been some form of show as long ago as the middle of the last century, but the present Mid Argyll Agricultural Society had its first show in as far as press records go. A History of Second Broughshane Presbyterian Church () Gray, Trevor J. I. £ The First Hundred Years, A Short History of Kells Presbyterian Church () Carson, George: £ History of the Congregations of the United Presbyterian . The McCain Clan Blog is a casual meeting place and web magazine dedicated to the descendants of the Mac Eáin family that originated in Kilmichael Glassary Parish, mid Argyll, Scotland. This family moved to Donegal in the s and spread to .
Books Memories History Their newfound kingdom was known as Dalriada and ancient settlement of Dunadd in Mid-Argyll became its capital; its first king was Fergus, and he gifted his brothers Angus and Loarn South-Argyll and North-Argyll respectively. The Mid Argyll Kinship Group includes the surnames, listed in their anglicised forms and then in Gaelic, MacAlpin (Mac Ailpin), McCain (Mac Eáin), MacDonald (Mac Dónaill), Duncan (Mac Donnchaidh), Henry (Mac Eanruig) and MacLea (Mac an Leagha). A Handbook of the Scottish Gaelic World, Four Courts Press, Dublin, , pages , Argyll, The Enduring Heartland, Marion Campbell of Kilberry with Foreword by the Duke of Argyll, pub. Turnstone Books, London (A very personal and therefore memorable introduction to the atmosphere, background and traditions of Argyll). Argyll Estate Instructions, , ed. E.R. Cregeen for Scottish History Society (Includes. Mid Argyll is a collection of beautiful towns and villages that offer superb delights for passer-by and day trippers. The terraced cottages sit on the banks of the Crinan Canal, close to Kilmartin in Argyll. The area around Kilmartin in Argyllshire, north of Lochgilphead on the road to Oban, is steeped in pre-history, with ancient standing stones, stone circles, 5, year-old burial cairns.