Carrick Men

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Aulay Mac Aulay Of Ardincaple - Chief of Clan MacAulay - Feuding With The Campbells
... Argyll's lieutenants in the area were Duncan Campbell, Captain of Carrick and Neil Campbell of Lochgoilhead, who led raids into Ardincaple's lands attempting to slay the MacAulay chief ... The Campbells of Carrick were seated at Carrick Castle on the shores of Loch Goil (about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northwest of Ardincaple) ... In 1598, Carrick registered a bond of 300 merks for each of his men in Rosneath to keep from harming Ardincaple ...
Clan Mac Aulay - History - Argyll's Feud With Ardincaple
... Argyll's lieutenants in the area were Duncan Campbell, Captain of Carrick and Neil Campbell of Lochgoilhead, who led raids into Ardincaple's lands attempting to ... The Campbells of Carrick were seated at Carrick Castle on the shores of Loch Goil (about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northwest of Ardincaple) ... In 1598, Duncan Campbell the Captain of Carrick, registered a bond of 300 merks for each of his men in Rosneath to keep from harming Ardincaple ...

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