Mhnall

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Macaulay Family Of Lewis - Origins - Earliest Attested Macaulays
... said that the first Macaulay of Lewis on record is Dòmhnall Cam, in 1610 ... an Iain Ruadh, as grandfather to the Macaulay hero Dòmhnall Cam (see sections below) ... However, Dòmhnall Cam is on record in 1610 ("Donald Cam McCoull and Mulcallum McCoull"), and Thomas's traditional genealogy implausibly puts his grandfather in the 1450s ...
Macaulay Family Of Lewis - Hebridean Feuds - Conquest of Lewis
... time by Lewismen, led by Neil Macleod and Dòmhnall Cam ... of Lewis some islanders still resisted, notably Neil MacLeod and Dòmhnall Cam ... Around this time tradition has it that Dòmhnall Cam fortified himself on a 100-foot (30 m) high promontory of jagged rock on the sea-coast near Mangursta (or Mangersta, Scottish Gaelic Mangarstadh) ...
mhnall Ruadh Chorùna - Later Life and Publication
... Dòmhnall Ruadh had become a stonemason and went on to build more than thirty houses in different parts of Uist ... Fortunately, at the instigation of Fred MacAulay of the BBC, most of Dòmhnall Ruadh's poems and songs had been written down from his dictation shortly before his death by John Alick MacPherson, who was at that time ... edition prepared by MacPherson, Dòmhnall Ruadh Chorùna ...
Macaulay Family Of Lewis - Hebridean Feuds - Dòmhnall Cam
... The most notable of the Macaulays was Dòmhnall Cam (also known as Donald Cam) (c.1560–c.1640) who appears frequently in Lewis lore as the subject of many stories told today in Uig ... means "squint" or "blind in one eye" and according to tradition Dòmhnall Cam lost his eye in a quarrel with Gobha Ban (the smith of Kneep) who put out his eye with a ... tradition current in the 1970s stated that Dòmhnall Cam was the least formidable of his brothers, however what he lacked in physical strength he made up in grim determination ...
Clan Macdonald Of Sleat - History of The Macdonalds of Sleat - Mid To Late 16th Century
... This section requires expansion with Ranald Collach Dòmhnall Gallach succeeded to the chiefship after the death of Gilleasbaig Dubh ... In 1524, Dòmhnall Gruamach entered into an alliance with the chief of Clan Mackintosh and later in 1527, he entered into bonds with Mackintosh, Munro, Rose of Kilravock and Campbell of Cawdor ... In 1528, Dòmhnall Gruamach received considerable support from his half-brother, Iain, son of Torquil, chief of Clan Macleod of Lewis ...