View the profiles of people named Neil Carmichael. Scope and Contents Notes, probably collected from Christina Campbell née Macintyre, Lios Mòr/Lismore Earra, Ghàidheal/Argyllshire, about Archibald Campbell, minister of Lismore, who lived at Cloichlea and then Clachan in Lismore [Lios Mòr]. Why not Sign up for The Oban Times Newsletter to get an email detailing  our top stories at 1pm every day. Newly Qualified Relief Pharmacist - Highlands, Newly Qualified Relief Pharmacist - North West Scotland, Stay Alive on the A85 car stickers have arrived. "It was so close in the last election, it is just such a relief to finally be here." List of Male Heads of Families, Appin, 1834 [James    Hastie Glaceriska], NRS GD170/2245. Steadings, white Farmhouse obscured, barn. In spite of the presence of three capable men. Neal has 3 jobs listed on their profile. Shortly after his death, aged 66, in 1879, the family rebuilt the barn to the north of the house. Copy in the Lismore archive. This was the meeting that started the whole thing off. Full death certificate information: Married to John Livingston, crofter Died 2 Mar 1913, age 70 at Ballimackillichan, Lismore Father: John Carmichael, farmer, deceased Mother: Jane Keith, deceased Informant: Neil Livingston, son Contributor: Tom Paterson (49576110) was sublet, with the agreement of the estate. the estate decided to evict the Carmichaels, as their lease had expired. View the profiles of people named Neil Carmichael. This was in addition to the land he rented on Port a’Charrain. He was a substantial tenant, one of very few registered to vote in parliamentary elections. We’ll be back next year, hoping for sunshine again. As part of Fennachrochan, it does not appear separately in estate documents, and there is no record of families living there (e.g. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. Robert Smith from Explore Lismore Taxis & Tours was also at the show, giving visitors lifts to the field and back from the ferry. Valuation of Argyllshire, 1858/9 (Transcript in the Lismore archive). 14 June. Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Hugh Carmichael (1848 - 1929) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile? We’ll be back next year, hoping for sunshine again. According to the family history written by Major-General Roderick L. Carmichael, The Scottish Highlander Carmichaels of the Carolinas, ; from the left, the original croft houses were 1, 3 and 4, The information in the Appendix shows that there were three, who had been present since at least 1807, with a croft of 2 acres, (absent at the 1841 census), son of John Campbell (born, , but possibly including the land surrounding the, Alexander McGregor and Alexander McCormick, , Port Ramsay, who, in addition to their crofts, were joint tenants paying £50, (probably a relation of Peter Hastie, Port Ramsay) who paid £47 in rent, tie family, William, was ground officer for, It is likely that these three tenants grazed livestock on, ) for £4 per annum. It’s a great island for stock. Note of Public Meeting Held on Monday 23rd July at Lismore Public Hall. . Invoice for the shipping of 375 barrels of shell lime from Park signed by Neil Carmichael, 17 May 1862. The 1858/59 County Valuations and the 1861 Census confirm the continuation of the McPhails, the Campbells and Rev. Further research in the Argyll archive at, There is one more stone building to the north of the peninsula, possibly only a livestock, and no sign of other occupation, but there are traces of rig and furrow on the steep, grassy, south-facing slope. At the start of the pandemic in March we took the decision to make online access to our news free of charge by taking down our paywall. Carmichael first matriculated at the University in 1908, aged 17, to study an Arts course. Park had not been an arable area and it fell to, fact that Park was chosen as the venue for the second, match of the Lismore Agricultural Society. Born in Lismore, Argyll, Scotland on 22 Nov 1851 to Neil Carmichael and Mary Carmichael. Sheep and cattle from farms and hills across the island impressed judges and the crowd who made the most of the sunshine. (Napier Commission). John & Sarah McCorquodale at their Laggan Croft. Your subscription entitles you to 7-day-a-week access to our website, plus a full digital copy of that week’s paper to read on your pc/mac or mobile device. Fennachrochan, including Alastra and Park, Fig. According to parish records, Hugh Carmichael and Mary Black were resident at Big Park in 1831. Parish Records presents a picture of a very fluid population in the second half of the 18, century. It seems that, as early as 1881 (see Part 2) Park was to be joined to Point Farm. 1766-1854. John Carmichael’s short horn cow was declared overall show champion. At a time where accurate information about Covid-19 was vital to our community, this was the right decision – even though it meant a drop in our income. It would be an arduous business to cultivate this land, bringing tools over from Laggan. The parents of the winner are a homebred yew and an Essie tup. Later, the limeworking was sublet, with the agreement of the estate. This was a cause of dispute with the factor as Neil wished to grow oats more frequently, and reduce the area of grass. Hugh Carmichael had 13 children . 2. Roy W. (1747-55). It is possible that this industrial complex was set up by Campbell of Airds, in conjunction with the kilns at Park. It is likely that these three tenants grazed livestock on Alastra. A woman whose family ties on the island stretch back for generations said: “Of course it’s desperately sad. He was a substantial tenant, one of very few registered to vote in parliamentary elections. births i, limekiln on the eastern shore, below a quarry from which a great deal of limestone has been removed. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. Neil built a new house for his family around 1868, expanding his accommodation to five, later six, rooms. They’re great quality.’, Show organiser Neil Carmichael said: ‘Everyone had a good day. 2. Neil Carmichael, Duncan Carmichael, Sources . Copies in the Lismore archive. Isabella Carmichael 1861 Annan, Dumfriesshire, Scotland . Further research in the Argyll archive at Inveraray may reveal its history. In his later life Carmichael moved to the small island of Lismore, near Oban, where he died on 12 September 1969 at the age of 78. Neil Carmichael, Chair, Education Select Committee Randeep Ramesh, Chief Leader Writer, The Guardian Andy Silvester, Head of Campaigns, Institute of Directors Jonathan Simons, Head of Education, Policy Exchange Margaret Burton, Partner, Ernst & Young He was born in 1891 in Bradford, Pennsylvania, son of Neil Carmichael, a joiner. Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Christina Carmichael on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Carmichael, Roderick L., The Scottish Highlander Carmichaels of the Carolinas (1935), pp.11-20: Harrell, Elizabeth J. been thoroughly done. Next to the kilns there is a storehouse, with a path down to the remains of a basic quay; Plan of the limeworks on Alastra (reproduced with the permission of Colin & Paula Martin). Park today. The information in the Appendix shows that there were three resident tenants at Laggan around 1840: Neil McPhail, son of the Neil McPhail who had been present since at least 1807, with a croft of 2 acres (rent £3). NRS CH2/814/5 pp. Altogether seven couples had nine children at Fennachrochan. 16-T30_lismoreshow01-overallchampion. Rev. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. Lismore – A Rich History; An overview of the History of Lismore by Donald Black. Born in Lismore, argyleshire on abt 1829 to John Carmichael and Mary Kennedy. Of these couples, only three had more than one child: Hugh and Margaret McColl (4, 1773-9), Solomon McColl and Katharine Campbell (4, 1771-7) and Archibald and Flory McIntyre (2, 177. community of around four family units, actively exchanging with other townships. and a strong tradition of good husbandry. Mary Carmichael married John McGregor. The list of births at Fennachrochan in the Parish Records presents a picture of a very fluid population in the second half of the 18th century. Recovered for the Lismore archive from    Hawthorn House, March 2010, LISDD:2007.C Lismore Agricultural Society archive. Neil Carmichael, crofter. In addition, your subscription includes access to digital archive copies from 2006 onwards. The good news is that for the whole of December we will be running a special discounted offer to get 3 months access for the price of one month. This particularly true for two large areas: , which has been used for centuries for extensive grazin, , the shallow wetland glen to the east of the township, (and some potential arable land on the surrounding ridges). documents because the inhabitants of the crofts tend to be lumped together with Port Ramsay. All of this points to a significant lime burning enterprise, although the cottage could be simply a, for workers. But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience. James Hastie, Glaceriska, Appin (probably a relation of Peter Hastie, Port Ramsay) who paid £47 in rent. 17 May. This particularly true for two large areas: Both areas appear to have been unpopulated until the 19th Century, although the ridge to the west of the Big Park was occupied in the Iron Age. William Roy’s Military Map. Join Facebook to connect with Neil Carmichael and others you may know. Nevertheless, the Agricultural Society minute book shows that Neil was a leading farmer, serving on the “committee of management” and winning premiums for, A Scotsman estate advertisement of 1843 confirms that the “, that Neil was managing the lime burning at the Park, is no documentary evidence for the building of the second kiln, nor for the, (the nucleus of Park Steadings – the byre and dairy were built later in the century), . "Betty", The Carmichaels - Archibald Carmichael (c.1749-1830s) of Scotland and the Carolinas and his descendants who migrated to Hinds County, Mississippi. A Scotsman estate advertisement of 1843 confirms that the “Limeworks in Fennachrochan were in full operation” and receipts for lime shipped to Oban in 1862 show that Neil was managing the lime burning at the Park limekins. The meeting was held in order to give the Lismore community the chance to discuss how best to seize the available funding opportunities, in order to enhance the quality of life on the island and to secure the future sustainability of our community. It is likely that the piles of cleared stones that are a feature of the land next to the Dun date from this time. 1807, 1809); and John and Mary McColl (1811, 1814). In 1851, Dugald (67) is described as a farmer of 48 acres (rent £88), employing two men, and the crowded household included two grown up sons Neil (36) and Malcolm (22, described as a ploughman – first prize winner in the 1855 ploughing match), as well as Neil’s wife Mary, four grandchildren and a herd. Dugald McCorquodale with a much larger land holding (extent and location unknown, but possibly including the land surrounding the modern Baker house – to the right in the image above), rented at £45. Duncan Black, Park, receiving cash for lime from Barcaldine,    1834, NRS GD174/1166 Particulars and Rental of the Farms for sale by Campbell of. through today’s crofts suggest that there was a mill at some time. Park had not been an arable area and it fell to his grandfather Dugald to drain and cultivate 25 acres; the fact that Park was chosen as the venue for the second ploughing match of the Lismore Agricultural Society in 1854 shows that the work had been thoroughly done. By the time that Port Ramsay had been fully established (c1820), the other inhabitants of Fennachrochan lived either on the three Laggan crofts or on the new farm at Park (see below for the developments at Park). That there was greater stability (possibly with the issue of written tacks) is shown by the fact that only four couples had children in the period: John Campbell and Cathrine McColl (1800, 1806, 1810); Duncan and Anne Black (1806, 1808, 1810, 1812, 1819); Neil and Mary McPhail (1807, 1809); and John and Mary McColl (1811, 1814). These are some of the biggest classes in local shows, as many as 18 and 15 in some of them. Old Parish Records, Lismore Parish. By 1871, the Livingston brothers, Duncan and Colin, arrived from Balure to the croft the family still occupies; but it was not until 1891 that John McCorquodale (The “Baron”, captain of the Lady Margaret smack) brought his wife Sarah and their family to Laggan. We know quite a lot about the Carmichael years of farming at Park because of the testimony given by Dugald (junior) to the Napier Commission in 1883. All of this points to a significant lime burning enterprise, although the cottage could be simply a bothy for workers. We value our content and access to our full site is only available with a  subscription. Set in an enclosure of 4 acres of flat land, Park Dun commanded a view over Loch Linnhe to the north and west. 1808, son of John Carmichael and Mary Carmichael. Unlimited access to 27000+ back issues: No contract or commitment. These cookies do not store any personal information. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names. A huge amount of work and effort had gone in beforehand to make the day the great success it was. The lease for the farm included the management of the limeburning. To access all other news will require a subscription, as it did pre-pandemic. – for example in the List of Church Communicants of 1834. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. dykes and, under the direction of the estate factor, introduced a rotation of oats, potatoes, oats, ry. and, further up the slope there is a cottage with a gable hearth. John Carmichael graduated MA from the University in 1911. It is not clear how these two areas were rented out for grazing by the Airds Campbells. The population stabilized to a certain extent between 1780 and 1800, with, tacks) is shown by the fact that only four, couples had children in the period: John Campbell and. He died between 1851-1855 in Big Park, Lismore, Argyll, Scotland (Dugald's wife died in 1855 Mary Carmichael family tree. The peninsula of Alastra is a puzzle, not least its name, with various spellings (Alexander Carmichael refers to it as Alasra – elsewhere Alastrath, Alashire). 2 August 1834, 7 pages original handwritten document, thought to have been copied    from church records now lost. Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Condition of Crofters and Cotters in the    Highlands of Scotland (18884). Born in Lismore, Argyleshire, Scotland on 20 Feb 1796 to Allan Carmichael and Catherine McIntyre. This was in addition to the land he rented on Port, The 1858/59 County Valuations and the 1861 Census confirm the continuation of the, By 1871, the Livingston brothers, Duncan and Colin, arrived from, to the croft the family still occupies; but it was not until 1891 that John, (The “Baron”, captain of the Lady Margaret, smack) brought his wife Sarah and their family to, is a puzzle, not least its name, with various spellings, , it does not appear separately in estate documents, and, there is no record of families living there (e.g. Both are built to a high standard, with Etive granite quoins, suggesting investment by the estate, possibly by Alexander Haig, the landowner, around 1860. Park Lime Documents 1862. Copies in Lismore archive. Although there are areas of land in the township suitable for arable cropping, including the heavy soils of the Laggan crofts, and the higher fields that were parcelled off for the Port Ramsay tenants, much of Fennachrochan is rough, rocky and suited only for grazing. In 1834, Duncan was paid for supplying lime to Campbell of Barcaldine, showing that the Park limekiln was in operation. It is unlikely that they would have formal tacks for their land holdings. The path to prosperity: what skills are needed in Britain? You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. By 1851 he was a cottar in Baligarve. The 1815 birth of Cathrine to Duncan and Sally Black at Big Park provides the first evidence that there was a dwelling house at Park. THE RE-INVENTED Lismore Show – resurrected for the first time in decades – was deemed a great success, despite some wet weather, with 75 sheep and 40 head of cattle forward for judging. Neil was the Member of Parliament for Stroud between 2010 and 2017 and Chair of the House of Commons Education Select Committee between 2015 and 2017. Next to the kilns there is a storehouse, with a path down to the remains of, reproduced with the permission of Colin & Paula Martin, , further up the slope there is a cottage with a gable hearth. The Parish Record births from 1766 give glimpses of the inhabitants but, after 1820, there is confusion in some documents because the inhabitants of the crofts tend to be lumped together with Port Ramsay and Park – for example in the List of Church Communicants of 1834. Thomas Carmichael 1852 Cummertrees, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, United Kingdom - 1913 managed by Neil Carmichael last edited 22 Nov 2020. 2-6. Nevertheless, the Agricultural Society minute book shows that Neil was a leading farmer, serving on the “committee of management” and winning premiums for oat crops, cattle and horses. Today saw the first Lismore Show since around the time of the Second World War. , married to Mary Carmichael). This was a cause of dispute with the factor as Neil wished to grow oats more frequently, and reduce the area of grass. Set in an enclosure of 4 acres. Airds, 1839/40. Finally the long wait was over and Neil Carmichael had won the seat with a majority of 1300 votes. This was inherited by his sister Betty and remained in the McPhail family till the end of the century. Just want to read one issue? Invoice for the shipping of 375 barrels of shell lime from Park signed by Neil Carmichael, 17 May 1862. D UGALD C ARMICHAEL was born before 26 Oct 1783 in Balure, Lismore, Argyll, Scotland. Summary. for arable cropping, including the heavy soils of the. He built over a mile of drystone dykes and, under the direction of the estate factor, introduced a rotation of oats, potatoes, oats, ryegrass and pasture. The record for 1800-1819 shows that Laggan had, by that time, been divided into the three crofts that are familiar today. Former Stroud MP Neil Carmichael has landed a new job. Livestock entries were up, but for 2020 it would be nice to see more handicrafts.’ John Carmichael with his Short Horn, Lismore Show’s overall champion 2019. , Park Dun commanded a view over Loch Linnhe to the north and west. We have found 136 people in the UK with the name Neil Carmichael. With some alteration, this is Park Farmhouse today. With some alteration, this is Park Farmhouse today. Both are built to a high standard, with, granite quoins, suggesting investment by the estate, possibly. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. The qualified voters for the township in 1836 (i.e. Gregor McGregor, parish minister, who grazed sheep on Eilean Loch Oscair (locally known as Eilean na Mhinistear) for £4 per annum. Transcript in Lismore archive. Alexander McGregor and Alexander McCormick £50, Cathrine Campbell      10   Female servant, Archd Campbell   Head   M   50   Crofter of 3 acres, Betty McPhail      Head   W   40   Crofter of 2 acres, Archibald Campbell   Head   M   60   Crofter of 2 acres, Mary         Wife   M   55            Mull, Betty McPhail      Head   W   50   Crofter of 2 acres, Allan         Son   U/M   22   Agricultural labourer, Catherine McColl   Head   W   41   Pauper, Duncan Livingston   Head   M   47   Farmer of 26 acres, Colin         Bro   U/M   35   General servant, Mary         Dau   U/M   32   General servant, Archibald Campbell   Head   M   68   General servant, Mary         Wife   M   63   General servant      Morvern, Charity no - SCO 023503 - Company Number SC234832. , showing that the Park limekiln was in operation. The Laggan Crofts today; from the left, the original croft houses were 1, 3 and 4. Almost a century ago – on 10th June 1912 – Alexander Carmichael was laid to rest in his native island of Lismore. Part 4. But to repay people’s kindness in … The township appears to have been a fluid community of around four family units, actively exchanging with other townships. It seems that, as early as 1881 (see Part 2) Park was to be joined to Point Farm. Shortly after his death, aged 66, in 1879, the family rebuilt the barn to the north of the house. Scotsman 21 June 1843. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Bachuil, Isle of Lismore The Clan MacLea is a Highland Scottish clan , which was traditionally located in the district of Lorn in Argyll , Scotland , [5] and is seated on the Isle of Lismore . Dugald Carmichael and his mother moved to a cottar house on Balimakillichan but were soon away from Lismore. Best sheep went to Donald (Fat) MacColl. It is possible that the Argyll papers may give further information. 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