1 edition of Finlay MacQueenof St Kilda found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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John, James, James and Joseph migrated to the area near what is now Statesville, North Carolina. A MacLean Sinclair, gifted by an anonymous donor.
Lawson, 'A Flight to St Kilda in July, 1902', 1902, p.
An outbreak of smallpox in 1727 reduced the population dramatically to 42 people, and it was reported in 1758 that there were 88 islanders. Rents and teinds were collected at the same time. Many of those recorded in the 1764 census were the families of new settlers from Skye and Harris: Gillies, MacQueen and McCrimmon replacing the old St Kilda names of MacDonald, Morrison and Campbell.
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Research done by Jack McQueen of Elizabethton, Tennessee, states "John, Alexander, and David McQueen, brothers and Jacobite soldiers, were born in Scotland in the late 1600's. Gregory Smith " AD 400 - 1700: a Compilation of of Available Historical Information" by Paul J. Donald died about 1623 and his nephew Angus MacQueen succeeded him as the Chief.
The almost legendary Finlay MacQueen 1862-1941 was a man of two worlds: the remote archipelago of St Kilda - a scattering of islands 45 miles west of Uist, in the Outer Hebrides - and the much gentler landscape of Fife where he spent his last few years.
1: "" by John Thomas, updated by Patersom and Ransom Railways of the Scottish Highlands Vol.
The Hebridean branch of the MacQueens have long enjoyed a reputation as outstanding fishermen and also boast of having the Rev.
Missionaries and tourists brought money, disease and despotism.
The household had been rehoused within the Black Isle, the place they planted timber for the forestry.