- 1798-1821 (Creation)
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Copy tacks by the Duke of Argyll to the following tenants:
p.1 John McCallum, miller at Carnaig [Cornaig], of the mill at Carnaig, for 19 years from 1774.
p.5 Hector McPhaill, Alexander Campbell, Donald McPhaile, John McDonald, Neil Campbell, Charles McLean, Archibald McPhaill, Alexander McLean, Duncan Cameron and John Campbell, present possessors of the 40 ½ mail lands of Cornaigmore, for 19 years from 1777.
p.9 John McLean, Hugh McArthur & John McLean senior, present possessors, of the 12 mail land of Sandaig for 19 years from 1777.
p.13 Hugh Cameron, Archibald Campbell, Colin Brown, Donald McLean, Donald McArthur, Donald McIntyre, Donald Browne, John McLean, Murdoch McDonald, Angus Brown, Murdoch Campbell, John McDonald, Catharine McLaughlan and Duncan McFarlane, present possessors of the 40 mail lands of Killepole for 19 years from 1777.
p.17 Donald Reid, Neil Reid, Alexander McPhaill, Archibald Currie, Archibald McPhaill, Lauchlan McLean, Donald McPhaden, and Donald McIntyre, present possessors, of the 24 mail lands of Kirkapole, for 19 years from 1777.
p.21 William McPhaill, Neil McPhaden, Archibald McPhaden, Donald McIleary, Alexander McKillichan, Donald McInnon junior, John McInnon senior, Malcolm McInnon, Hugh McInnon, Fingan McInnon, John McInnon & John McInnon, present possessors, of 48 mail lands of Voull for 19 years from 1777.
p.25 Hector McCualrie and John McDonald, tenants in Tiree, of the 24 mail lands of Kerranakiell & Keracrossagar for 19 years from 1780.
p.29 John Campbell, tacksman of Frackadale of the 8 merkland of Barrapole and Kenavar being 64 mail lands for 19 years from 1777.
p.33 Farquhar McIluane, Donald McLean and Angus McKinnon, present possessors, of the 24 mail lands of Hianish [Heanish] (specifying 12 mail lands to Farquhar, 6 mail lands to Donald and 6 mail lands to Angus) for 19 years from 1777.
p.37 Malcolm Campbell of Barrinollock of the 32 mail lands of Balliphetrish for 19 years from 1781.
p.41 Archibald Campbell, tacksman of Treshnish, of the 44 mail lands of Ruaig for 19 years from 1777.
p.45 Hugh Lamont, Patrick Lamont, Alexander McInnon, John McLean senior, John McLean junior, and Hugh McInnon, present possessors, of 24 mail lands of Baugh for 19 years from 1781.
p.49 Donald McDonald senior, John McLean, James McDonald, Archibald McLean, Charles McPhaden, Lauchlan McPhaden, Donald McDonald junior, John McArthur, John McDonald, Allan McLean, Neil McDonald, Donald McArthur, John McPhaill and John McDonald, present possessors, of 36 mail lands of Kelis [Caolis] for 19 years from 1781.
p.53 Angus Sinclair, Neil McLean, Allan McLean, Farquhar Brown and Dugald Brown, tenants in Balemeanoch, of half of the farm of Ballemeanoch being a 12 mail land, for 19 years from 1773.
p.57 James McNiven in Grianal of the 12 mail land of Grianal and the 12 mail land of Kilchennichbeg for 19 years from 1777.
p.61 Donald McLean, John McKinnon, Hugh McLean, Donald McKinnon, Hector McKinnon, Donald McDonald, Rory Graham, Neil Graham, Angus McInnish, Lachlan McLean, Hugh McKinnon, John McLean & Hector McLean, tenants in Hough, of the 48 mail land of Hough for 19 years from 1781.
p.65 Neil McCualrig, Angus McCualrig, Hector McDonald and Charles McLean, of the 24 mail lands of Keranieanach and Kentriaroir for 19 years from 1773.
p.69 Archibald McLean, tacksman in Kilmaluaig, of the 75 mail lands of Kilmaluaig with 50 acres of grass land formerly possessed in common by the tenants of Kilmaluaig and the tenants of Balivulline for 19 years from 1777.
p.73 Archibald Campbell, drover in Tiree, of 12 mail lands or fourth part of the lands of Kelis called Kenaleuamoir, formerly possessed by Alexander McLean in Gott, for 19 years from 1772.
p.77 Hugh McArthur, John McLean, Hector McLean and Neil McLean, tenants in Ballimeanoch of half of the farm of Balemeanish, being 12 mail lands for 19 years from 1773.
p.81 Neil McPhaden, John McPhaden and Alexander McPhaden, tenants in Saalum, of the 12 mail lands of Saalum for 19 years from 1773.
p.85 Murdoch Campbell, Neil Campbell, Donald Campbell, John McFarlane, John McDonald, Donald McPhail, Donald McDonald, Alexander McLean, Lachlan McMillan and Hector McPhail, present possessors, of the 30 mail land of Ballano for 19 years from 1785.
p.89 Hugh McLean, Malcolm McLean, John McLean, Allan McLean, Alexander McLean senior, Alexander McLean junior, John McLean, Charles McLean, Hector McLean, John McKinnon, John McIntyre and Donald Campbell, present possessors, of the 40 mail land of Cornaigbeg for 19 years from 1785.
p.93 Ensign Hector McLean of the farms of Hynish and Manall, as formerly possessed by the late John Campbell of Ardslignish and Captain John Campbell now deceased, his son, for the space of 19 years from 1791.
p.97 1769 Sept 12. Proposal by Hector McLean of Islamuck and Donald MacLean of Cornage, his brother, for lands in the island of Coll, belonging to the Duke of Argyll and presently possessed by Hugh McLean of Coll and his subtenants.
p.98 1770 Mar 26. Tack in favour of Hector and Donald McLean of the two ends of Coll.
p.111 1786 Oct. Petition by Malcolm Campbell in Coll for a tack of the farms of Koalis and Gunna in the west end of Coll. Agreed by the Duke of Argyll.
p.112 Malcolm Campbell, sometime in Coll but now in Mull, Murdoch Campbell and Neil Campbell, his brothers, of the lands of Kellis and the one merkland of the island of Gunna, with privilege of ferrying to and from Tiree, as presently possessed by Donald McLean, for 19 years from 1789.
p.118 1788 Oct 15. Letter from Duncan McLean of the Isle of Monk regarding his lease.
p.119 Donald McLean of Isle of Monk, of the lands of Sortistle, Bourt, Cornaigmore and Cornaigbeg, extending to a 5 merkland and lying in the east end of Coll for 19 years from 1789.
p.125 Alexander McLean of Coll of the mail lands of Braie, the 3 merkland of Ardnish with the pendicles called Usort, Ferrinagoynin and the little Isle of Soy, with the 4 mail lands of Friesland.
p.131 Malcolm Campbell, residing in the Island of Coll, of the lands of Sortistle, Bourt, Cornaigmore and Cornaigbeg, from 1798.
p.135 1798 Jun 26. Memorial from Captain Malcolm Campbell, tacksman of Balephetrish, to renew his lease early as he is about to join his regiment.
p.136 Malcolm Campbell of Barmolloch of the 32 mail land of Balephetrish for 19 years from 1800.
p.141 1799 Oct. Petition of Murdoch and Neil Campbell, tenants in the farm of Caolis in Coll.
p.145 Malcolm Campbell, Murdoch Campbell and Neil Campbell, tenants on the Island of Coll, of the 40 merk lands of Kelis and the 1 merk land of the island of Gunna, the lands of Sortistle, Bourt, Cornaigmore and Cornaigbeg for 19 years from 1800.
p.153 1798 Jun 26. Memorial of Captain Malcolm Campbell, tacksman of Balephetrish [see also p.135 above – entered twice?]
p.155 Malcolm Campbell of the 32 mail lands of Balephetrish for 19 years from 1800.
p.159 Archibald McLean, tacksman in Kilmaluag of the 75 mail land of Kilmaluag for 19 years from 1801.
p.164 Hector MacLean, tacksman of the farm of Hynish for 19 years from 1791.
p.168 Mrs Giles Campbell, widow of the late Malcolm Campbell of Barmolloch of the 32 mail lands of Ballephetrish for 19 years from 1818.
p.172 Donald McLean in Hynish, of the farm of Hynish as formerly possessed by Hector McLean for 19 years from 1820.
p.175 Neil Campbell, surgeon, residing at Hough, of the farm of Hough, Muirtate, Kerachroisge and Kerachrisgar for 19 years from 1823.
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