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Bunessan Guestbook

About the Bunessan Guestbook

This is our new guestbook, through which we wish to link all those from the Ross of Mull and Iona worldwide, and those who care about them. Entries can be in English or Gaelic. The site is pre-moderated, so your message will not appear instantly. Normally next day, Gaelic speaker being available. ... [more]


Grahams of Bunessan

14 Country: USA Enquiry: I am a descendant of Margaret and John Graham who were transmigrated from Ardnacross to Ardtun in 1791 by Duke of Argyll. John became the schoolmaster in Bunessan and died there while Margaret and some of her kids, including Alexander Graham immigrated to Canada and eventually settled in East Tilbury, Kent, Ontario, Canada. There is a tombstone in Stewart Cemetery d ... [more]


Angela Seeks Help

13 My name is Angela de Bruin and I am a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh, investigating the effects of bilingualism and ageing. For my project, I am looking for volunteers on Mull who are 60 years or older and who would be willing to take part in my study. This study takes approximately 1.5 hours and looks at cognitive control (i.e., memory, attention, language). I am mainly look ... [more]


Thanks to the Minister in Iona Church

12 Country: United States Enquiry: I just wanted to say thank you to whomever it was who ministered to the Iona church on May 8th of this year. I have been meaning to send a thank-you card for months, but never got around to it. I visited the Isle of Mull in Scotland this year for the first time (from U.S)and fell in love. Then I experienced a lovely perfect visit to the Iona parish on Mothe ... [more]


Hugh Campbell of Bunessan Inn

11 Country: Australia Enquiry: I am researching Hugh Campbell, who was the innkeeper at the Bunessan Inn, according to the 1851 and 1861 censuses. He also owned 500 acres of land - quite a lot in those days. He was born in Glenorchy parish in 1804 (near Dalmally). He had a nephew, Alexander Campbell, staying with him in 1851, and another relative, Archibald Campbell (his father?) staying wi ... [more]


Duncan MacLean of Shiaba

10 Country: Scotland Enquiry: Does anyone have information about the family of Duncan McLean and Catherine Boyd from Shiaba. Their daughter Hannah was my great-grandmother. She married Peter Wilson in Cardross, Dunbartonshire in 1867. The last info before that is the family on the 1841 census at Shiaba. Name: Maureen Walker Email: maureen.walker54@btinternet.com ... [more]


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Last Update: 17/03/2015

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