COMPLETE COLLECTION OF ALL ISSUES - Numbers 01 - 73

Though nothing more was added to 'The Kintyre Mag' website after the Spring of 2006, the website was seemingly kept online until early in 2010, when its disappearance came as something of a disappointment and indeed a matter of concern as many people around The World found the website and its contents of great interest. Fortunately, thanks to the Internet Archive http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.kintyremag.co.uk/ the website had been 'trawled' on 89 occasions between 2004 and 2007 and all 73 issues of 'The Kintyre Mag' seem to have been safely secured on the Internet Archives' in America and Egypt, where the organisation's backup servers are located to store some 150 BILLION pages of websites, many of these now no longer online. Of necessity, as all the 'URL addresses' of all the issues and all their webpages now begin with the Internet Archive 'URL prefixes', it has been necessary here to create a completely new contents listing with the new page links and anyone using any of the 'composite' indexes, such as the "A - Z" index at http://www.scribd.com/doc/5999486/Kintyre-Magazine-KintyreWeb-and-Kist-Magazine-Composite-Index cross-referencing 'The Kintyre Magazine' articles with those in these editions of 'The Kintyre Mag' should now use the links to be found here, a full contents, issue-by-issue, list to 'The Kintyre Mag' can be found e.g. at http://www.scribd.com/doc/5998858/Kintyre-Magazine-Web-Edition-Contents To view any particular issue of 'The Kintyre Mag' or any particular article listed in the indexes, simply note the issue and/or page number given in the index and GO TO THE LINK(S) on the pages HERE and one will then be taken to the 'archived' copy on the Internet Archive servers. Too, because of the archiving process, article pages may belong to different 'trawling' circuits and, whilst page links in some archived magazine issues may not work directly from that particular magazine issue, the page links here should take one to the required article(s). Sadly, in some cases, many of the photographs, illustrations and drawings were not secured in the archiving processes. More can be found about The Internet Archive's 'Wayback http://www.archive.org/web/web.php and there is a 'FAQ's' http://www.archive.org/about/faqs.php#The_Wayback_Machine Machine' page at at

The following note was given in the introduction to the very first, January 1997, issue of 'The Kintyre Mag' - "It is with the kind permission of the encumbent Vice-President of The Society, Mrs Frances Hood FSA Scot., that I am able to bring you these wonderful articles and tales from a bygone age. Ian Forshaw, 2 Jan '97". It is clearly apparent that much effort and many patient hours of work went into the creation of 'The Kintyre Mag' and it is now hoped that these links to its issues and pages will prove of great value to researchers and historians now and in time to come. For further information 1

about The Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society, please write to - Mr Angus Martin, 13 Saddell Street, Campbeltown, Argyll PA28 6DN, SCOTLAND For anyone unfamiliar with Kintyre or interested in exploring the area on-screen, the links in the 80-page long "Kintyre and The Kintyre Way Linked to Geograph Photographs and Google Maps" document which can be found online at http://www.scribd.com/doc/16932276/Kintyre-and-the-Kintyre-Way-Linked-to-GeographPhotographs-and-Google-Maps should be found of particular interest, Google's 'Street View' photograph links on the Google Maps now covering virtually all of Kintyre, except for the road section leading down to The Mull of Kintyre lighthouse - Use the EDIT/FIND facility on the computer's toolbar and type in the place-name of interest to find the various links in the document, these taking one directly to the Google Maps and the "pegman" then manipulated to take one to the place(s) of interest - See http://www.scribd.com/doc/28498139/GoogleStreet-View-Photographs-of-Kintyre-and-Gigha-Online which will give some more guidance and information about Google's 'Street View' technology and 'the pegman'.

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 1997
Issue 01 - January 1997
Page Page Page Page 2 3 4 5 : : : : The North Carolina Connection Kintyre in Ontario The Jet Necklace Largie

Issue 02 - February 1997
Page 2 : Snippets 1 incl. from The First Statistical Account of Scotland 1794 "Parish of Campbeltown." by The Reverend Dr. John Smith // Southend Schools // Cheeky Lads ! // The Gaelic Blacksmith // St Couslan // Page 3 : Snippets 2 incl. from The Minutes of The Commissioners of Supply // Sussex's Letter to Queen Elizabeth // from The "First Statistical Account" // Recording Early Gravestones // Page 4 : Campbeltown Nicknames Page 5 : Customs and Excise

Issue 03 - March 1997
Front Fish and Fowl and Good Red Herring Page 2 : Flory Loynachan - A Poem Page 3 : Extracts incl: Extract from "The First Statistical Account of Scotland, 1794, "Parish of Campbeltown" // Extract from The Minutes of The Kintyre District Trustees, dated 23 September, 1811 // From "IRISH FRANCISCAN MISSION TO SCOTLAND, 1619 to 1646 // Extracts from Parish Records Showing Conditions Existing in The Middle of The 19th Century // Page 4 : The Nature Page Some Notes on The Common Buzzard Page 5 : Kintyre Kintyre : An extract from "Kintyre in The Seventeenth Century" 2

Issue 04 - April 1997
Page 2 : Emigration to America From Records of H.M. Customs Concerning The Port of Campbeltown Page 3 : Sparks and Flashes Page 4 : The Nature Page - Sika Deer in Kintyre - Part 1 Page 5 : Nancy's Whisky

Issue 05 - May 1997
Page Page Page Page Page 2 3 4 5 6 : : : : : Mary - 150 Years Ago - Part 1 Letters from America The Nature Page - Sika Deer in Kintyre - Part 2 The Auld Witchburn - A Song The Beginnings of The Lighthouse - Part 1

Issue 06 - June 1997
Front Report on the Transactions of The Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society for the year ended 31st March, 1978. Page 2 : Mary - 150 Years Ago - Part 2 Page 3 : Letters from America Page 4 : The Nature Page - The Fulmar : A Wildlife Success Story Page 5 : The Beginnings of The Lighthouse - Part 2 Page 6 : The Battle O' The Ploos - A Poem

Issue 07 - July 1997
Page 2 : The Brotche of Ugadale Page 3 : Baigwell - A Brownie Page 4 : More Sparks and Flashes incl. Dates of Buildings Erected in Campbeltown from the Records of Armours, Plumbers // Extract from Pennant's Tour In Scotland, 1772. // The Aaenans Page 5 : Nature Notes Feral Cats Page 6 : The Bonnie Green Braes o' Kintyre

Issue 08 - August 1997
Front Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 : : : : : Poem : "On the sea is a little band . . . " The Wet Review Letters from Canada Machrihanish Golf Club - Early Days Nature Notes The Gorge of The Alt-Nan-Creamh - Part 1 The Thatchers of Glenrea

Issue 09 - September 1997
Page 2 : Colonel James Wallace of Auchans Page 3 : A Kintyre "Trysting Brooch" 3

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A Voyage to New Zealand Nature Notes In Praise of Kintyre Old Land Measures

The Gorge of The Alt-Nan-Creamh - Part 2 A Poem

Issue 10 - October 1997
Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 : : : : : : : Arms of The Royal Burgh of Campbeltown The Old Company Boats The Witch of Gigha A Visit to Largiebaan Caves Kintyriana 1884 A Poem and Article A Forgotten Campbeltown Feu or Lease ?

Issue 11 - November 1997
Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : : : : : : : : The Great Pestilence in Kintyre Crops Grown in Kintyre Around 1800 Campbeltown's American Trade in The 18th Century Old Kintyre Roads A Chequered Trip Campbeltown Dialect - Herring Fishing Regulations in 1811 The Campbeltown and Tarbert Mail Coach - The Tailors Passengers to the New World. 1770 and 1771

Issue 12 - December 1997
Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Schooling 160 Years Ago Pages From The Past Who is a Lady ? William Ralston of that Ilk The Press Gang in Campbeltown : The Argyll Rebellion of 1685 - Community Tokens : The Etiquette of Good Society - 1 - Breakfast - Bits and Bobs : Auld Lang Syne : : : : :

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 1998
Issue 13 - January 1998
Front : "I remember, I remember…….." A Poem // Bubly Jock - A Poem Page 2 : Plantation Registers - Mid 18th Century The Campbeltown and Liverpool Plantation Registers in the Mid 18th Century - Connexions and Comparisons Page 3 : Dowsing Has It a Relevance to Archaeology Page 4 : Firth of Clyde Herring Fishery / Flint-Lighters and Tobacco-Smokers Page 5 : The Etiquette of Good Society - 2 - Excursions and Picnics 4

Page 6 : Bubly Jock Page 7 : William McMurchy Page 8 : The Coast Road North of Tarbert / Roads Old and New / The Twa Brigs Page 9 : The Limecraigs Duchess Page 10 : Bits and Bobs incl. St Brendan's Parish Church, Skipness // Scot's Proverbs // A Sailor's Letter // In Praise of Kintyre - Poem and Prose

Issue 14 - February 1998
Page 2 : Major John Campbell ob 1685 Page 3 : The Shannons of Lephenstrath / The Port of Machrimore Page 4 : Flora MacDonald in America Page 5 : A Late 18th Century Letter from Campbeltown to America Page 6 : Letter from America to A Brother in Campbeltown Undated but written about the middle of the 19th century to a brother in Campbeltown whose father farmed at Crossibeg Page 7 : The Duel Page 8 : The Annabella - A Poem Page 9 : A Young Profession in Old Kintyre Page 10 : Bits and Bobs incl. Provosts of Campbeltown // A Brave Sailor // In, At or Of // A pair of Comics // What's in a Name - 1 // What's in a Name - 2

Issue 15 - March 1998
Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 2 : The North Carolina Settlement of 1739 3 : Lifeboat No 7 4 : John Paul Jones and Others - Part 1 5 : Archaeological Cannibalism 6 : West Highland Mercenaries in Ireland - Part 1 7 : Campbeltown Cross 8 : Sir William MacKinnon, BT 9 : The Stuff Dreams are Made of........ 10 : Glenbreakerie - A Poem

Issue 16 - April 1998
Page 2 : An Early Settler in Canada Page 3 : Irish Heritage Page 4 : Sanda Page 5 : A Parish School Page 6 : Cara - The Brownie's Island Page 7 : Bits and Bobs from The Magazine incl. Shipwreck // Island Devarr-a Poem // Half a Highlander // Extract from William Brunton letter. Page 8 : The Days of The Drove Roads Page 9 : John Paul Jones and Others - Part 2 Page 10 : West Highland Mercenaries in Ireland - Part 2

Issue 17 - May 1998
Page 2 : Page 3 : Saddell Castle Acts of Neighbourhood 5

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4 : A Cross-Head from Saddell Abbey 5 : William McTaggart 1835 - 1910 6 : An Eminent Campbeltonian 7 : Old Stories Retold / Another Kintyre / Major General Alasdair MacDonald / The and The Cat / The Flood / The Machrihanish Wireless Telegraph Station / Golf and Religion. / Mair Plooin' Page 8 : Campbeltown in The 1715 & 1745 Stewart Uprisings Page 9 : The Mull of Kintyre Fishery Page 10 : Some Thoughts on West Loch Tarbert

Issue 18 - June 1998
Page 2 : Westport - Its Geomorphology Page 3 : Sparks and Flashes incl. No cart //Kilkerran Epitaphs // Campbeltown Photographers 1860-1910 // The Post Office - A Complaint Page 4 : James Nicol Fleming of Keil Page 5 : The Quay / Notice (Cock-pit or Fighting Room) Page 6 : Loup Hill 16 May 1689 - The First 'Battle' of Dundee's Jacobite War Page 7 : Harping On - Part 1 Page 8 : By Hill and Shore Page 9 : Book Review Page - Three Kintyre Books incl. GLENCREGGAN; or a Highland home in Kintyre by Cuthbert Bede // HISTORY OF KINTYRE by Peter McIntosh // ARCHAEOLOGICAL SKETCHES IN SCOTLAND: DISTRICT OF KINTYRE // CAMPBELTOWN CHURCHES & CAMPBELTOWN DISTILLERIES // MACTAVISH of DUNARDRY // KINTYRE COUNTRY LIFE by Angus Martin Page 10 : St Brendan's Parish Church, Skipness / The Voyages of The "Peggies" - 1753 1762

Issue 19 - July 1998
Page Page Page Page Page Lives : Loup Hill. 16th MAY 1689 - The First 'Battle' of Dundee's Jacobite War - Part 2 : Harping On - Part 2 : The Perseverance / Share Fishing : The Carradale Shark Fishery : Bits and Bobs - and Scot's Saws and Here and There incl. The Bell // Somerled // A Skipness Story // Trouble in Skipness - 1805 Page 7 : Three Lochs in North Kintyre Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin's continuing delightful series Page 9 : The Book Review Page - 6 Books Reviewed incl. LIST OF THE INHABITANTS UPON THE DUKE OF ARGYLE'S PROPERTY IN KINTYRE IN 1792 // SKIPNESS, by Angus Graham // STRATHCLYDE'S SMUGGLING STORY, by Frances Wilkins // SCOTTISH CUSTOMS AND EXCISE RECORDS, by Frances Wilkins // OBAN PREHISTORY and OBAN PAST AND PRESENT, by Charles Hunter // FLORA MACDONALD: THE MOST LOYAL REBEL, by Hugh Douglas Page 10 : Coopering in Campbeltown: Developing a "Craft" Archaeology 6 2 3 4 5 6 On

Issue 20 - August 1998
Front Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6: 1832 : : : : Highland Mary - A Poem by Robert Burns Twentieth Century Changes in an Isolated Parish - Southend Habit and Repute The Kintyre Club Highland Mary - Saint or Sinner ? The Campbeltown Meal Riots of 1801 // The Bear // Cholera in Campbeltown in The Society's Outdoor Activities // Distressing Boating Accident at Westport - Five Lives Lost Page 7 : Page 8 : Page 9 : Page 10 : Hugh Henry Brackenridge By Hill and Shore - More from the country pen of Mr.Angus Martin Journey to the South Magnetic Pole The Largieside Distillers

Issue 21 - September 1998
Page 2 : Half a Highlander / North Carolina 1739-1989 (short) / Ring Net Fishing (short) Page 3 : The Lowland Church Baptismal Basin / The Lowland Church Baptismal Laver Page 4 : Seventeenth Century Agricultural Tenancys in Kintyre Page 5 : A Miniature Volcano Page 6 : The Private Journal of Robert Picken, Smerby, 1810 - 1840 Page 7 : After Culloden / A Melder Wi' the Miller Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Another foray from the pen of Mr. Angus Martin Page 9 : Three Interesting e-mails and some Bits and Bobs incl. A Fitting Punishment for an Erring Horse // Macharioch House …. Page 10 : Researching your Family History

Issue 22 - October 1998
Page 2 : A Maker of Illicit Stills Page 3 : Campbeltown's Protestant Churches - A Brief History Page 4 : Some Descendants of Lachlan McNeill Buidhe Page 5 : Kintyre's "Subtropical" Image // Psalm Practice Verses Page 6 : The Blues of North Kintyre Page 7 : The Evolution of Gaelic Surnames in Kintyre Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Meanders from Mr. Angus Martin Page 9 : One Interesting e-mail // Machrihanish to Southend - The Townships // The Society's Library // Gigha A New Survey // The Tourist Business // Local Men Everywhere // Even here ! // How's that ! Page 10 : The McShannons of Kintyre - Harpers to Tacksmen

Issue 23 - November 1998
The Obituary of A. I. B. Stewart 1915 - 1998

Issue 24 - December 1998
Wee Drams 7

Page 2 : A Presidential Brush-off // Family History Page 3 : The Bronze Age Cist Burials at Monybachach, Skipness Page 4 : Campbeltown's Glasgow Face Page 5 : A Beached Sowerby's Whale // Somerled Lives On Page 6 : The Ritchies of Sanda Island Page 7 : The Haldanes in Kintyre Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Delights from Mr. Angus Martin Page 9 : Three Interesting e-mails // Tropical Beans // Some Bits and Bobs incl. Inscription in Stewarton (Ayrshire) Old Churchyard // A Skipness Story // A GENEALOGY of the MACKAYS of UGADALE // The Gathering Page 10 : The Wm Low Supermarket // Carradale Rental 1724 The A.I.B. Stewart Page Introduction - Fish and Fowl and Good Red Herring - Dr Johnson and John Paul Jones

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 1999
Issue 25 - January 1999
Wee Drams Page 2 : Largieside and Its People Page 3 : The Atholl Raids Page 4 : The Mackinnon Treaty Page 5 : The Armours // Cloghar Page 6 : Early Education in Carradale Page 7 : The Poetry of Kintyre Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - from Mr. Angus Martin Page 9 : On the Spelling of Names Beginning With "Mac" // The Town Burn // Achnasavil : An Archaeological Site in Carradale // Aspirations // Where // Tiddly // More Names Page 10 : Keil Through the Ages The A.I.B. Stewart Page Campbeltown Cross // Additional References to The Situation of The Cross Some Local Info & Links Note - No Photographs - Some Links May Not Work Surnames and Searchers Archive Note - No Photographs - Some Links May Not Work

Issue 26 - February 1999
Wee Drams Page 2 : The Campbeltown Canal // Kintyre's Age of The Train Page 3 : An Eighteenth Century Library - Clay Pipes and A Campbeltown Merchant Page 4 : Trout Introductions into Kintyre in The Late Nineteenth Century Page 5 : John Smith D.D. // Dr. Norman Macleod Page 6 : C.B.A. Scotland Summer School 1985 Page 7 : The Rev. B.B. Blackwood // Some Former Campbeltown Industries // Nostalgia // Contra Account 8

Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - from Mr. Angus Martin Page 9: Campbeltown Nicknames // From a Wee Toonsman Down Under // A Recent Find // Emigrants to America on The Diana // Coincidences // One Hundred and Eleven Years Ago Page 10 : The Gigha Fishery in The Early Eighteenth Century The A.I.B. Stewart Page Colonel James Wallace of Auchans - The Argyll Rebellion of 1685 Some Local Info & Links Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 27 - March 1999
Wee Drams Page 2 : Mink - A Disaster Page 3 : Maceacherns Cross, Kilkerran Cemetery, Campbeltown Page 4 : Sheriff Court, Tarbert, 1683 - Part 1 Page 5 : A Song for St. Clair on His Departure Page 6 : Rathlin // The Tory Hunters Page 7 : A Wedding at Kilchousland Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - from Mr. Angus Martin Page 9 : Daniel Kelly // Aedanus Scotorum Rex // The Auchenhoan Axe Hoard The A.I.B. Stewart Page Campbeltown Sheriff Court - Feu or Lease ? Some Local Info & Links Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 28 - April 1999
Wee Drams Page 2 : Some Campbeltown Memories Page 3 : Pigs, Police, The Peace and Dr. Pirie Page 4 : Sheriff Court, Tarbert, 1683 - Part 2 Page 5 : Campbeltown Whisky Page 6 : The Galbraith Poet-Harpers of Gigha Page 7 : The Victorian Largie Castle Page 8 : By Hill and Shore Page 9 : Hamilton, Prince Edward Island // Castlehill Church Glebe // Gigha Tenants, 1779 // Gigha Fisheries in 1792 // The Whalers // McShannon Harpers // Geneaology The A.I.B. Stewart Page John Paul Jones and Others Some Local Info & Links Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 29 - May 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2 : Page 3 : Page 4 : Page 5 : Page 6 : Page 7 :

Campbeltown Whalers Franciscan Converts in Kintyre - Part 1 Mr. Macslimun - Clydeside Cameos Military Echoes - Part 1 The Cuckoo is A Bonnie Bird // Roadside Flowers James Watt at Campbeltown - Part 1 9

Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 1 Page 9 : The Screws The A.I.B. Stewart Page A Forgotten Campbeltown - The North Carolina Settlement of 1739 Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 30 - June 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2 : Military Echoes - 2 - Second World War Aircraft Crashes Page 3 : Franciscan Converts in Kintyre - Part 2 Page 4 : Presbytery Minute : 14 July 1697 // Genealogical Queries Page 5 : Kintyre Lifeboats Page 6 : Tides in The Waters of Moyle Page 7 : James Watt at Campbeltown - Part 2 Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 2 Page 9 : The White Heather The A.I.B. Stewart Page James Stewart - Fact or Fiction Another Dunaverty Mystery Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 31 - July 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2 : Col. Vic Clark and Argyll Colony Plus - Some Observations Page 3 : David Whitehead's Genealogy Special - Part 1 Page 4 : The Rat Stane // Gaelic in Kintyre Page 5 : A Campbeltown Family in Antrim // King James the Sext - XV Parliament xix of December1597 Page 6 : Boswell, Johnson and The Rector Page 7 : James Watt at Campbeltown - Part 3 Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 1 Page 9 : The Wreck of The Charlemagne // The Ballad of The Charlemagne // Copy of A Highland Distillery License The A.I.B. Stewart Page The Omeys Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 32 - August 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2 : Page 3 : Page 4 : Page 5 : Page 6 : Page 7 : Page 8 :

Janet and Marie Morrison's 1993 Trip to Scotland - Part 1 David Whitehead's Genealogy Special - Part 2 John and Mary Morrison of Rocky River - Part 1 Bracken - A Weed of Great Antiquity The Vegetation of Kintyre - Part 1 The Cistercian Abbey of Saddell, Kintyre - Introduction By A.I.B. Stewart By Hill and Shore - Part 2 10

Page 9 : An Unusual Visitor // To: The Editor, The Kintyre Magazine The A.I.B. Stewart Page Tarbert Castle Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 33 - September 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2 : Janet and Marie Morrison's 1993 Trip to Scotland - Part 2 Page 3 : David Whitehead's Genealogy Special - Part 3 Page 4 : John and Mary Morrison of Rocky River - Part 2 Page 5 : Three Brothers from Drumalea // The Keprigan Hen Page 6 : The Vegetation of Kintyre - Part 2 Page 7 : The Churches of Campbeltown Since The Reformation // The Norwegian Connection Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 1 Page 9 : John McLeod Campbell // An Apprentice Agreement of A Hundred and Fifty Years Ago The A.I.B. Stewart Page At The University Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 34 - October 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2 : Janet and Marie Morrison's 1993 Trip to Scotland - Part 3 Page 3 : David Whitehead's Genealogy Special - Part 4 Page 4 : John and Mary Morrison of Rocky River - Part 3 Page 5 : Campbeltownese for Beginners Page 6 : The Flora of Kintyre - A Supplement Page 7 : Andrew MacKerral. C.I.E.,M.A., F.S.A. Scot. Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 2 Page 9 : Extracts from the Records of The Kintyre Farmers' Society // A Kintyre Visitor in 1833 The A.I.B. Stewart Page The Duel Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 35 - November 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2: Petition from Lowland and Southend Congregations to The General Assembly of The Church of Scotland Page 3 : David Whitehead's Genealogy Special - Part 5 - The Final Part Page 4 : John and Mary Morrison of Rocky River - Part 4 Page 5 : Lifeboats - Naming Ceremony and Dedication of The 'Ernest and Mary Shaw' Page 6 : The Walker Family of Campbeltown Page 7 : Kintyre Smugglers - Part 1 Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 1 The A.I.B. Stewart Page Sons of The Highland Manse 11

Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 36 - December 1999
Wee Drams Local Links Page 2 : Janet and Marie Morrison's 1999 Trip to Scotland - Part 1 Page 3 : A Hill-Farm Girlhood Page 4 : J ohn and Mary Morrison of Rocky River - Part 5 Page 5 : Rambling in Kilkerran with The Colonel Page 6 : The Horse People of Kintyre Page 7 : Kintyre Smugglers - Part 2 Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 2 The A.I.B. Stewart Page Habit and Repute Some Local Info Surnames and Searchers Archive

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 2000
Issue 37 – January 2000
Wee Drams Page 2 : Janet and Marie Morrison's 1999 Trip to Scotland - Part 2 Page 3 : A Series of e-mails from Daniel Stevenson Page 4 : An American Lady in Southend, 1878 - Part 1 Page 5 : Bits and Bobs - Peninver School / A Darg / The Columba Initiative / Review They Go Much From Home / Society Notes - Place Names of South Kintyre, Argyll FM, Glensfolk Visit Kintyre Page 6 : Antiquity and Technology Page 7 : Lt Colonel John Porter : A Gallant Provost Page 8 : By Hill and Shore The A.I.B. Stewart Page The Father of Lachlan McNeill Buidhe Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 38 – February 2000
Wee Drams Page 2 : Janet and Marie Morrison's 1999 Trip to Scotland - Part 3 Page 3 : A Series of e-mails from Heather McFarlane Page 4 : An American Lady in Southend, 1878 - Part 2 12

Page 5 : The Heather McFarlane Page Page 6 : The War-Time Record of The Campbeltown Fishermen Page 7 : The Press Gang Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 2 The A.I.B. Stewart Page Campbeltown's Protestant Churches – a Brief History Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 39 – March 2000
Wee Drams Page 2: Janet and Marie Morrison's 1999 Trip to Scotland - Part 4 - The Final Part Page 3: The Ralston Correspondence - Part 1 Page 4: Bits and Bobs / Archivist's Desk / Genealogical Queries Page 5: Heather McFarlane's Page - The Will of Miss Lucy Campbell Page 6: Campbeltown's New Library & Museum, 1899 Page 7: Aurora Borealis / Distribution and Breeding of the Barn Owl in Kintyre 1995 - 1998 Page 8: By Hill and Shore - Part 1 The A.I.B. Stewart Page The Harp - Part 1 Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 40 – May 2000
Wee Drams Page 2 : Eighteenth Century Church Letters from Southend Parish Page 3 : The Ralston Correspondence - Part 2 Page 4 : The Lowland Church of Campbeltown from Its Foundation in 1654 till The Disruption - Part 1 Page 5 : Heather McFarlane's Page - Dalintober Page 6 : HMS Campbeltown // Genealogy of Peter Johnson Page 7 : Betty McNiven and 'The Flight'. Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 2 The A.I.B. Stewart Page The Harp - Part 2 Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 41 – July 2000
Wee Drams Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 1 Page 3 : In Campbeltown Once More. Page 4 : The Lowland Church of Campbeltown from Its Foundation in 1654 till The Disruption - Part 2 Page 5 : Heather McFarlane's Page - Some Thoughts by e-mail and snail-mail Page 6 : Books Received, in Brief Page 7 : Crarae Garden (Could be slow loading) Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 1 The A.I.B. Stewart Page Mount Pleasant, Philadelphia Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 42 – September 2000
Wee Drams Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 2 Page 3 : In Campbeltown Again - Part 1 13

Page 4 : The Lowland Church of Campbeltown from Its Foundation in 1654 till The Disruption - Part 3 Page 5 : Heather MacFarlane's Page Page 6 : A Scottish Quiz Page 7 : EMPTY Page 8 : By Hill and Shore - Part 2 The A.I.B. Stewart Page EMPTY Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 43 – November/December 2000
Wee Drams Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 3 Page 3 : In Campbeltown Yet Again - Part 2 Page 4 : The Lowland Church of Campbeltown from Its Foundation in 1654 till The Disruption - Part 4 Page 5 : Heather MacFarlane's Page - 1 Page 6 : A Nonagenarian's Memoirs - 1 Page 7 : Heather MacFarlane's Page - 2 Surnames and Searchers Archive

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 2001
Issue 44 – January/February 2001
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World. Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 4 Page 3 : In Campbeltown Yet Again Page 4 : Sweet Island Davaar Page 5 : Heather MacFarlane's Page Page 6 : A Nonagenarian's Memoirs - 2 - A Second Look Page 7 : Empty Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 45 – March/April 2001
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World. Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 5 Page 3 : The Giffens - Re : Cnoc Moy - some e-mails Page 4 : Descendants of Thomas J. McEachran Page 5 : Heather MacFarlane's Page - A Celebration of the Life of Hector Craig Lang Page 6 : A Nonagenarian's Memoirs - 3 - A Final Look Page 7 : The Loss of The Moy Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 46 – May/June 2001
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Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World. Page 2 : Empty Page 3 : Empty Page 4 : Empty Page 5 : Empty Page 6 : Empty Page 7 : Empty Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 47

July/August 2001

Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World. Page 2 : Empty Page 3 : Some correspondence with Mr John Wallace Page 4 : A Wee Tour of Kintyre - Part 1 Page 5 : Bethunes of Big Raft Swamp North Carolina Page 6 : Empty Page 7 : Empty Surnames and Searchers Archive Empty

Issue 48 – September/October 2001
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World. Page 2 : This page is returning in November Empty Page 3 : More correspondence with Mr John Wallace (May take some time to load) Page 4 : A Wee Tour of Kintyre - Part 2 Page 5 : The Campbeltown Aurorae Page 6 : An E-mail From Derek Wray Townshend about The Stewarts Page 7 : Children of The Home Front Surnames and Searchers Archive

Issue 49 – November/December 2001
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 6 Page 3 : The North Herring Fishing : Ring-Net Fishermen in The Minches. (Excerpts - 1) Page 4 : A Wee Tour of Kintyre - Part 3 Page 5 : The Ads Page - The Old Bookshelf / Mull of Kintyre Wildlife Tours Page 6 : James McTaggart Remembered Page 7 : By Hill and Shore by Angus Martin - Part 1 Surnames and Searchers Archive

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 2002
Issue 50 – January/February 2002
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Wee Drams Page 2 : Page 3 : Page 4 : Page 6 : Page 7 :

E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World A History of The Gilchrists - Part 7 The North Herring Fishing: Ring-Net Fishermen in the Minches. (Excerpts - 2) Bob Kamman's Campbeltown Journal 2001 James MacMurchy - Part 1 By Hill and Shore by Angus Martin - Part 2

Issue 51 – March/April 2002
Wee Drams Page 2 : Page 3 : Page 4 : Page 6 : Page 7 : E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World A History of The Gilchrists - Part 8 Innes Scot Wight - A series of Emails Flailing in Kintyre and From the Archivist's Desk James MacMurchy - Part 2 By Hill and Shore - Part 1 - Angus Martin

Issue 52 – May/June 2002
Wee Drams Page 2 : Page 3 : Page 4 : Page 6 : Page 7 : E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World A History of The Gilchrists - Part 9 George Thomas Beatson KCB, KBE, MD, DL Bruce's Stone at Ugadale Horn Spoon & Amber Beads / Rights of Way By Hill and Shore - Part 2 - Angus Martin

Issue 53 – July / August 2002
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 10 Page 3 : A Campbell query from David Townsend - by email Page 4 : Descendants of Robert Greenless - by email Page 5 : The Ads Page - The Lifeboat Page 6 : A Genealogical Enquiry - Hugh Montgomery Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Part 3 - Angus Martin

Issue 54 – September / October 2002
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 11 Page 3 : A Grand Series of e-mails Page 4 : Cara Mckinnon Crawford Page 6 : Rare Deer in Kintyre Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin

Issue 55 – November / December 2002
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 12 Page 3 : MacNeills, MacAlisters and MacTaggarts Page 4 : A Cache of Flint Axeheads and Other Flint Artefacts from Auchenhoan Page 5 : Ardminish Press - The Viking Isle by Freddy Gillies 16

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Extracts from 'Mary MacNiel and Killean Parish' By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 2003
Issue 56 – January/February 2003
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 13 Page 3 : A 25th Great-Granddaughter of Somerled Visits Campbeltown Page 4 : A Point of Scottish Law Page 5 : Inheriting Scotland - Highly Recommended Page 6 : Two Poems from Campbeltown Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin

Issue 57 – March/April 2003
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 14 Page 3 : Jeely Pieces - Wee short bits from The Magazine Page 4 : Donald McGilp of Argyll and of Canada West : His letters 1851 - 1864 Page 5 : Inheriting Scotland - Still Highly Recommended ! Page 6 : The MacDonald and Campbell Feud : The Truth Explored… Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Surnames and Searchers Archive - 2 - some additions March 2003

Issue 58 – May/June 2003
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 15 Page 3 : A Short History of Football in Campbeltown - 1 Page 4 : Donald McGilp - more info. Page 5 : Some Interesting (Website) Links - [These may or may not work in 2010 ! ] Page 6 : Templetons of Kintyre Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Page 8 : An interesting e-mail from Australia

Issue 59 – July/August 2003
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 16 Page 3 : A Short History of Football in Campbeltown - 2 Page 4 : Ian and Helen's Scottish Trip - May 2003 Page 5 : The Ads Page : Seafield Hotel, Campbeltown and Loch of The Lowes Ospreys 17

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Miscellany By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin A follow-up to last issue's Australian correspondence with Jeff McGill

Issue 60 – September/October 2003
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 17 Page 3 : A 'What If ?' Tale from Cindy Nunn Page 4 : Ian and Helen's Scottish Trip - May 2003 Page 6 : The Editorial from Number 50 - Autumn 2001 Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Page 8 : Mesolithic Flints at Rosehill Farm

Issue 61 – November/December 2003
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 18 Page 3 : Happy Campbeltown Memories - A Campbeltonian Reminisces Page 4 : Ian and Helen's Scottish Trip - May 2003 Page 6 : Aground at Feochaig - The SS Elisabeth Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Page 8 : The Myth of The Dummy Airfield and Other Military Matters Page 9 : In Memoriam - Mr John McIntyre

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 2004
Issue 62 – January / February 2004
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 19 Page 3 : E-mails - Machrihanish and Fessenden Page 4 : The Kintyre Armours - A New Approach to the First Generation Page 5 : The Campbeltown Book - You must look at this ! Page 6 : The MacKeith Family at Kilmichael Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Page 8 : The Rev. Alexander Stewart (1755 - 1798)

Issue 63 – March / April 2004
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 20 Page 3 : Kintyre Research - an email from Greg MacThòmais Page 4 : The Feral Goats of The Mull of Kintyre Page 5 : The Campbeltown Book Page 6 : Obituaries 18

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By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin 'Arichonan - A Highland Clearance Recorded' - A new book by Heather

Issue 64 – May / June 2004
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 21 Page 3 : McEwings and McPhails of Kintyre and Ontario - 1 Page 4 : Tragedy in Archangel : The Killing of J.A. Watson Page 5 : The Campbeltown Book Page 6 : A MacNeilage Family of Campbeltown Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Page 8 : 'Arichonan - A Highland Clearance Recorded' - A new book by Heather McFarlane Links to Friends' Websites Heather McFarlane's Website The Argyll Colony Plus

Issue 65 – July / August 2004
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 22 Page 3 : McEwings and McPhails of Kintyre and Ontario - 2 Page 4 : Diary of The British Primitive Goat Support Groups's Visit to Kintyre 5 - 10 August 2002 Page 5 : 'Tales from A Long Winter's Night' - A new book from The Queens Writers Group Page 6 : Snippets from The Courier Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Page 8 : 'Arichonan - A Highland Clearance Recorded' - A new book by Heather McFarlane Links to Friends' Websites Heather McFarlane's Website The Argyll Colony Plus

Issue 66 – September / October 2004
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 23 Page 3 : McEwings and McPhails of Kintyre and Ontario - 3 Page 4 : 'A Sang At Least' : The Life of William Mitchell - 1 Page 6 : Saddell Abbey Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin

Issue 67 – November / December 2004
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The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 2005
Issue 68 – January / February 2005
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 25 Page 3 : McEwings and McPhails of Kintyre and Ontario - 5 - The final part Page 4 : 'A Sang At Least' : The Life of William Mitchell - 3 - The final part Page 5 : Butterflies of South Kintyre Page 6 : An Interesting Series of e-mails Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Page 8 : Two short pieces and A Review FAQs Some Frequently Asked Questions Surnames and Searchers Archive - 1 Archive - 2 Archive - 3

Issue 69 – March/April 2005
Wee Drams Page 2: Page 3: Page 4: Page 5: Page 6: Page 7: E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World A History of The Gilchrists - Part 26 A Series of Emails from Mr W A Pursell 'The Larch Tree' - from some memories of growing up in Kintyre Book Review - Letters by The Packet A Kintyre Family's Contribution to Australia - 1 By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin

Issue 70 – May/June 2005
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of The Gilchrists - Part 27 - The final part Page 3 : A Series of Emails To and From Mr W A Pursell Page 4 : Jordan Family History Page 5 : Glencreggan - A Pen Portrait of Cantire Page 6 : A Kintyre Family's Contribution to Australia - 2 Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin FAQs Some Frequently Asked Questions - New

Issue 71 – July/August 2005
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Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : A History of the Gilchrists - A Follow Up Page 3 : Another Series of Emails To and From Mr W A Pursell Page 4 : From Archive to Archive to Library - Heather McFarlane Page 5 : Stewarts of Caliburn, Parkfergus, and Beyond the Deep - An interesting email Page 6 : A Kintyre Family's Contribution to Australia - 3 Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin FAQs Some Frequently Asked Questions

Issue 72 – October - December 2005
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around The World Page 2 : Oatfield House - An Exchange of Emails Page 3 : Interesting Articles from the MOD (with permission) - 1 Page 4 : It Is a Small World After All - 1 Page 5 : The Italian Community in Campbeltown - A Memoir - 1 Page 6 : Memories of Macharioch - 1 Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin

The Kintyre Mag Back Issues from the year 2006
Issue 73 – January - February 2006
Wee Drams E-mails, comments, queries and enlightenment from around the world Page 2 : MacEachern Cross at Kilkerran Cemetery Page 3 : Interesting Articles from the MOD (with permission) - 2 Page 4 : It Is a Small World After All - Part 2 Page 5 : The Italian Community in Campbeltown - A Memoir - 2 Page 6 : Memories of Macharioch - 2 Page 7 : By Hill and Shore - Angus Martin Despite the following notice, this was to be the final edition of 'The Kintyre Mag', the website at 'kintyremag.co.uk' kept online until 'recent time' and the magazine issues, fortunately, 'archived' by Internetarchive.org http://www.archive.org/ -

For personal reasons, the online Magazine has been discontinued until further notice.

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Many thanks to all of you wonderful folks for your input over the years and I hope that we can meet again in these pages in the future.

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