Edinburgh Archives

Research Compiled by Sarah Heaton

Ref. Location Assession number Document Type Title Date Description Notes
5 NAS - General Register House GD112/56/84 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane Patents, Diplomas, Commissions and Related Papers Bond by Archibald, Earl of Argyle to Lord Neill Campbell, his brother 2/8/1675 Bond by Archibald, Earl of Argyle to Lord Neill Campbell, his brother, that if it is found that Duncan McCarter of Turriadich has not disponed to him by granter the office of balliery of land of Barbreck Lochaw, or if he does and procures a renunciation, then, in either of these cases, granter will deliver to said Neill a disposition and right of said office of balliery of Barbreck Lochaw and Auchindryen.
11 NAS - West Register House SC54/17/2/8/5a Inverary Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court The Procurator Fiscal agt Andrew MacWilliam and his son 1678 Andrew MacWilliam and his son Donald MacWilliam challenged for moorburn on the moor of Auchindryen. Fine: £5 Scots.
17 NAS - West Register House SC54/20/8/4/4 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Commissioners of Supply for Argyll, Documents relating to the Valuation Roll of 1688 Rental of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Campbell 18/8/1687 Lands of Barbreck in the parish of Inishael and Auchindryen and Polinduich said to be in the parish of Kilchrenan
12 NAS - West Register House SC54/17/2/18/9 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court Procurator Fiscall and servitors to John MacLean, tutor to Torloisk against 9 people 21/10/1691 Donald dow MacGowan in Auchindrain and 8 others from nearby towns accused of plundering and robbing. Couldn't make out which town they robbed but found guilty and to pay £60 Scots in damages. Details of case and what they stole in record.
4 NAS - General Register House E69/3/1 Exchequer Records: Hearth Tax Records, Argyll and Bute Hearth Tax Records 1694 p. 18 Alexander Crawford, John Crawford, Acd (Archibald) Gillish, Marie MacNoKeard. P.30 Duncan MacIntyre. All from Achindrean and all have 1 hearth.
14 NAS - West Register House SC54/17/3/6/9 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court Bond of Presentation = a bond to present a debtor so as he may be subjected to the diligence of his creditor 17/8/1694 Bond of Presentation granted by John MacLachtan of that ilk in favour of Lachlan Campbell in Musdale, Donald Campbell his son and John Campbell in Auchindrayne
15 NAS - West Register House SC54/17/3/11/7 Inverary Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court Bond of Presentation 1733 Bond of Presentation granted by John roy Leitch in Braleckan in favour of John MacPhaden in Auchindryen. MacPhaden's servant, Katharine MacNokaird, is in Tolbooth in Inveraray. Please see no. 13
13 NAS - West Register House SC54/17/2/57/1 Inverary Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court The Procurator Fiscal agt Katharine MacNokaird in Auchindrain 25/01/1734 Guilty of Theft. Case details the event, what was stolen and how she was caught. Scourged through the streets of Inveraray and banished from Argyll. Master: John MacPhaden in Achindryen from 1732. States that she never stole from him. Previous Master: John MacViccar from a nearby town, who she stole from. Grandmother: Katharine MacCallum from Duren. It is rumoured she stole from her grandmother. Mother unknown but came from Duren. Father: Malcolm MacNokaird (as mother lived in Duren can possibly be assumed father did too). Please see no. 15
16 NAS - West Register House SC54/20/3/35/1 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Commissioners of Supply for Argyll Payment 1791 Payment to Alexander Munro in Auchendrain of 17s. 4d. For expenses of searching for and recovering a stolen mare. Case on 13/4/1788 and payment received 1/12/1791
1 NAS - General Register House AD14/29/302 High Court of Justiciary Processes Precognition 1829 Against Mary Campbell and Mary Stewart Please see no.20
20 NAS - General Register House JC26/1829/172 High Court of Justiciary Processes Trial Papers 16/9/1829 Mary Hannah or Stewart and Mary Hamilton or Hammil or Campbell or Hughs accused of forging coins. Guilty and imprisonment. One victim was Nanny Munro or Campbell, wife of Archibald Campbell, farmer or tenant of Achindrain, who sold the accused three cuts of yarn for one or more shillings (we don't know how many). Their servant Mary MacCallum was a witness. Please see no.1
6 NAS - General Register House SC50/5/1848/40 Campbeltown Sheriff Court, Processes Miss E O Lockhart MacDonald v Dugald MacGill, farmer in North Carnbeg and Donald MacEachran, farmer in Auchindrain 1848 Action concerning heritable property. Action for removing.
7 NAS - General Register House SC50/5/1852/21 Campbeltown Sheriff Court, Processes Augustus H MacDonald Moreton's marriage trustees v Neil MacEachern, farmer in Auchendrain, Duncan Gilchrist, labourer in Lergnahunsion, Catherine MacGeachy or MacGill, widow of Roger MacGill, at Lergnahunsion and Catherine MacKinlay, residing in Knocknescraw 1852 Action concerning heritable property. Action for removing.
19 NAS - West Register House AF39/2/1-5 Agricultural Census Parish Summaries 1866-1911 Records by parish and don't mention ACHDN but good for contextual stuff and looking at general changes. Has records of how many acres in the parish are used for which vegetable, how many horses etc.
8 NAS - General Register House SC51/32/40/438 Dunoon Sheriff Court Register of Inventories 1891 Will of Edward MacCallum who died in Auchindrain on 12/11/1890. Personal estate worth £186 9s 5d. Money held in Inveraray branch of the National Bank of Scotland Limited. Went to son John MacCallum, butcher in Inveraray.
9 NAS - General Register House SC51/32/43/282 Dunoon Sheriff Court Register of Inventories 1893 Will of Lachlan MacPhail, Crofter from Auchindrain who died in the township on 30/6/1893. Full estate worth £189 4s. Went to daughter Bessie MacPhail or Craig, married to John Craig, a coal miner in Lanarkshire.
10 NAS - General Register House SC51/32/52/190 Dunoon Sheriff Court Register of Inventories 1900 Will of Colin Stewart, Crofter from Auchendrain who died on 1/5/1900 in the township. Household furniture and other effects worth £5. Livestock and implements of husbandry worth £186 10s. Total estate worth £191 10s. Estate went to his sister Flora Stewart or MacPhail, widow, his only family.
2 NAS - West Register House AF70/648/1-4 Education, Research and Intelligence West Highland Survey by Dr Fraser Darling 1948 Punched cards of Argyll: Inveraray, Tullich, Auchnagowl
3 NAS - West Register House DD27/4089 Ancient Monument Case Files Preservation Unscheduled Monument 1964-1966 Auchindrain Township
18 NAS - West Register House SC54/20/8/7/3 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Commissioners of Supply for Argyll Rental of Jean Campbell and Mr Patrick Campbell, minister of Killmalew 32001 Rental of lands of Clunarie and Achindrain in Kilmalew

JB - it is possible for this info to be added to the timeline ?

Location Assession number Document Type Title Date Description Notes
NAS AD14/29/302 High Court of Justiciary Processes Precognition 1829 Against Mary Campbell and Mary Stewart Please see JC26/1829/172
NAS AF70/648/1-4 Education, Research and Intelligence West Highland Survey by Dr Fraser Darling 1948 Punched cards of Argyll: Inveraray, Tullich, Auchnagowl. Useful information regarding how land was cultivated, winter use, vegetation and buildings in use. 4 holdings - utilised by 2 tenants who occupy no.1 house. No. 2 house occupied by low crofting resident. House 3 & 4 have been vacant for 20 years.
NAS C2/28 Register of the Great Seal 21/4/1542 Lands of Auchindryne given to Malcolmo Makcorkill
NAS C2/31 Register of the Great Seal 29/4/1556 Lands of Auchindryne given to Earl Archibaldo Campbell of Lorne.
NAS C2/40 Register of the Great Seal 5/9/1594 Large piece in latin but Nigelli McChallum (leader of Lochaw) and Joanni McChallum connected with Auchindryne and an ecclesiastical parish in the vicinity.
NAS C2/46 Register of the Great Seal 16/3/1610 Large piece in latin. Henrici Duke of Rothesay and Earl Archibald Campbell mentioned. Looks like Auchindryne rented with tenants.
NAS C2/47 Register of the Great Seal 16/11/1614 Large piece in latin but names of Hugoni McQuorquidaill and Duncan M. de Phantelandis mentioned. Auchindryne mentioned amongst a few lands.
NAS C2/52 Register of the Great Seal 12/6/1629 Latin, mentions Hugoni McCorquodill and Duncan McCorquodill. 1 merkland of Auchindryane
NAS C2/62 Register of the Great Seal 15/10/1667 Lands granted to Archibald, Earl of Argyle, Lord Kintyre, Campbell and Lorne, and his heirs whomsoever. 1 merklands of old extent of Auchindryane, in the barony of Lochaw.
NAS C2/68 Register of the Great Seal 17/3/1682 Latin, Earl of Argyle owned the lands.
NAS C2/115 Register of the Great Seal 23/2/1774 Latin, John Duke of Argyle in ownership of the lands.
NAS C2/136 Register of the Great Seal 5/7/1806 Latin, George William, Duke of Argyle, in ownership.
NAS C2/153 Register of the Great Seal 5/7/1816 Land owned by George William, Duke of Argyll. Piece in latin.
NAS C2/219 Register of the Great Seal 20/12/1839 Again in latin, land owned by John Douglas Henry Campbell, Duke of Argyll.
NAS CH2/663/17 Inveraray Kirk Session Accounts 1739-1800 p.5 - March 1740 - Cathrin Graham, a poor old woman in Auchindryan, received £1. 10s. In October 1740, Cathrin MacLaren, a poor old woman in Auchindryan, received 18s. On P.6. - 1741 Kathrin McCorshom, a poor woman in Auchindrein received 6s. Kathrin Graham in Auchindrein received 12s. and Kathrin McCorshom, a poor woman in Auchindrein, received 12s. The months on p.6 are not very legible but looks like same person paid twice within the one year. From 1740s, money to poor not written individually but as one overall payment.
NAS DD27/4089 Ancient Monument Case Files Preservation Unscheduled Monument 1964-1966 Correspondence re: proposal of the museum and possible funding avenues. 1966 report proposal of estimated tourism potential, annual running expenses etc.
NAS E69/3/1 Exchequer Records: Hearth Tax Records, Argyll and Bute Hearth Tax Records 1694 p. 18 Alexander Crawford, John Crawford, Acd (Archibald) Gillish, Marie MacNoKeard. P.30 Duncan MacIntyre. All from Achindrean and all have 1 hearth. Document states that there were some people who had a hearth but were too poor to pay the tax. I couldn't make out on the microfilm, but I am assuming Duncan MacIntyre may not have been able to pay.
NAS E106/3/1 Valuation Roll Argyll Valuation Rolls 1684-1688 p.4 In Parish of Kilmalieu, Mr Patrick Campbell for rental of lands of Carnis (?) and Auchindryen £143. 4s. 8d. P.5 in Parish of Kilchrenan, Lady Ardnamurchan to pay £39. 2s. 2d. For Auchindrayen.
NAS E106/3/2 Valuation Roll Argyll Valuation Rolls 1751 p.5 Auchindryen in Parish of Kilmaliew or Glenaray £8.5s.4d. - property of Dugald Clerk of Braleckan.
NAS E106/3/3 Valuation Roll Argyll Valuation Rolls 1802 p.23 Parish of Kilmalieu. Proprietor of 4 merk lands of Auchindryen was John Duke of Argyll. £8. 5s. 4d. P.29 Parish of Kilfinian: John Earl of Breadalbane proprietor of Achnanaly and Achindryen £4. 14s. 5d.
NAS GD112/56/84 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane Patents, Diplomas, Commissions and Related Papers Bond by Archibald, Earl of Argyle to Lord Neill Campbell, his brother 2/8/1675 Bond by Archibald, Earl of Argyle to Lord Neill Campbell, his brother, that if it is found that Duncan McCarter of Turriadich has not disponed to him by granter the office of balliery of land of Barbreck Lochaw, or if he does and procures a renunciation, then, in either of these cases, granter will deliver to said Neill a disposition and right of said office of balliery of Barbreck Lochaw and Auchindryen.
NAS JC26/1829/172 High Court of Justiciary Processes Trial Papers 16/9/1829 Mary Hannah or Stewart and Mary Hamilton or Hammil or Campbell or Hughs accused of forging coins. Guilty and imprisonment. One victim was Nanny Munro or Campbell, wife of Archibald Campbell, farmer or tenant of Achindrain, who sold the accused three cuts of yarn for one or more shillings (we don't know how many). Their servant Mary MacCallum was a witness. Please see no. AD14/29/302
NAS SC50/5/1848/40 Campbeltown Sheriff Court, Processes Miss E O Lockhart MacDonald v Dugald MacGill, farmer in North Carnbeg and Donald MacEachran, farmer in Auchindrain 1848 Action concerning heritable property. Action to remove said people from their estates.
NAS SC50/5/1852/21 Campbeltown Sheriff Court, Processes Augustus H MacDonald Moreton's marriage trustees v Neil MacEachern, farmer in Auchendrain, Duncan Gilchrist, labourer in Lergnahunsion, Catherine MacGeachy or MacGill, widow of Roger MacGill, at Lergnahunsion and Catherine MacKinlay, residing in Knocknescraw 1852 Action concerning heritable property. Action to remove said people from their estates.
NAS SC51/32/25 Dunoon Sheriff Court Register of Inventories 13/10/1879 Catherine Tait or MacCallum died in Inveraray on 13/10/1879. Her husband was John MacCallum, already dead. A will was made together on 23/2/1875 saying other will get full estate and detailed breakdown of estate for other members of family after their deaths. On Catherine's death, full estate worth £319. 11s. 3d. Donald MacCallum, brother of John MacCallum, received £40. Janet Luke, or Turar (?), neice to John MacCallum, received £20. Margaret Tait, or Mrs John Sinclair, sister to Catherine Tait or MacCallum, received £20. Margaret Sinclair, daughter to Mrs John Sinclair, received £20. John Sinclair, butcher in Inveraray, received £20. Mary Tait, or Mrs Duncan MacCallum, sister to Catherine Tait or MacCallum, received £20. William Tait, brother to Catherine Tait or MacCallum, received £40. Colin Tait, brother to Catherine Tait or MacCallum, received £20. The children of Reverend Robert Rose (acting Trustee) received £20 to be split between them. Any money left over was to be split equally between everyone men
NAS SC51/32/40/438 Dunoon Sheriff Court Register of Inventories 1891 Will of Edward MacCallum who died in Auchindrain on 12/11/1890. Personal estate worth £186 9s 5d. Money held in Inveraray branch of the National Bank of Scotland Limited. Went to son John MacCallum, butcher in Inveraray.
NAS SC51/32/43/282 Dunoon Sheriff Court Register of Inventories 1893 Will of Lachlan MacPhail, Crofter from Auchindrain who died in the township on 30/6/1893. Full estate worth £189 4s. Went to daughter Bessie MacPhail or Craig, married to John Craig, a coal miner in Lanarkshire.
NAS SC51/32/52/190 Dunoon Sheriff Court Register of Inventories 1900 Will of Colin Stewart, Crofter from Auchendrain who died on 1/5/1900 in the township. Household furniture and other effects worth £5. Livestock and implements of husbandry worth £186 10s. Total estate worth £191 10s. Estate went to his sister Flora Stewart or MacPhail, widow, his only family.
NAS SC54/17/2/8/5a Inverary Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court The Procurator Fiscal agt Andrew MacWilliam and his son 1678 Andrew MacWilliam and his son Donald MacWilliam challenged for moorburn on the moor of Auchindryen. Fine: £5 Scots.
NAS SC54/17/2/18/9 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court Procurator Fiscall and servitors to John MacLean, tutor to Torloisk against 9 people 21/10/1691 Donald dow MacGowan in Auchindrain and 8 others from nearby towns accused of plundering and robbing. Couldn't make out which town they robbed but found guilty and to pay £60 Scots in damages. Details of case and what they stole in record.
NAS SC54/17/2/57/1 Inverary Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court The Procurator Fiscal agt Katharine MacNokaird in Auchindrain 25/01/1734 Guilty of Theft. Case details the event, what was stolen and how she was caught. Scourged through the streets of Inveraray and banished from Argyll. Master: John MacPhaden in Achindryen from 1732. States that she never stole from him. Previous Master: John MacViccar from a nearby town, who she stole from. Grandmother: Katharine MacCallum from Duren. It is rumoured she stole from her grandmother. Mother unknown but came from Duren. Father: Malcolm MacNokaird (as mother lived in Duren can possibly be assumed father did too). Please see no. SC54/17/3/11/7
NAS SC54/17/3/6/9 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court Bond of Presentation 17/8/1694 Bond of Presentation granted by John MacNachtan of that ilk in favour of Lachlan Campbell in Musdale, Donald Campbell his son and John Campbell in Auchindrayne
NAS SC54/17/3/11/7 Inverary Sheriff Court, Argyll Justiciary Court Bond of Presentation 1733 Bond of Presentation granted by John roy Leitch in Braleckan in favour of John MacPhaden in Auchindryen. MacPhaden's servant, Katharine MacNokaird, is in Tolbooth in Inveraray. Please see no. SC54/17/2/57/1
NAS SC54/20/3/35/1 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Commissioners of Supply for Argyll Payment 1791 Payment to Alexander Munro in Auchendrain of 17s. 4d. For expenses of searching for and recovering a stolen mare. Case on 13/4/1788 and payment received 1/12/1791
NAS SC54/20/8/4/4 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Commissioners of Supply for Argyll, Documents relating to the Valuation Roll of 1688 Rental of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Campbell 18/8/1687 Lands of Barbreck in the parish of Inishael and Auchindryen and Polinduich which are said to be in the parish of Kilchrenan. Mentions rental of croft in Achindrain with yearly rent of £32.
NAS SC54/20/8/7/3 Inveraray Sheriff Court, Commissioners of Supply for Argyll Rental of Jean Campbell and Mr Patrick Campbell, minister of Killmalew 12/08/1687 Rental of lands of Clunarie and Achindrain in Kilmalew. Rent of Clunarie: £66. 13s. 4d. Rent of Achindrean: £133. 6s. 8d.
NAS VR89/1 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1855-1856 In Parish of Inveraray, Proprietor Duke of Argyll. P5. In Achindrain: Donald Munro, Duncan Munro, John MacCallum, Edward MacCallum, John Sinclair, Archibald Sinclair all tenants. Each paid £13 7s. 10d.
NAS VR89/2 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1856-1857 Same as VR89/1 p.2
NAS VR89/3 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1857-1858 Same as VR89/1 p.5
NAS VR89/4 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1858-1859 Same as VR89/1 p.5
NAS VR89/5 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1859-1860 Same as VR89/1 p.6
NAS VR89/6 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1860-1861 Same as VR89/1 p.5
NAS VR89/7 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1861-1862 Same as VR89/1 p.6
NAS VR89/8 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1862-1863 Same as VR89/1 p.4. However each person is now 'occupier' under 'Net Lease of 19 Years or Upwards' and yearly rent or value has now gone up to £18.
NAS VR89/9 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1863-1864 Same as VR89/8 p.38
NAS VR89/10 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1864-1865 Same as VR89/8 p.5
NAS VR89/11 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1865-1866 Same as VR89/8 p.1
NAS VR89/12 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1866-1867 Same as VR89/8 p.1
NAS VR89/13 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1867-1868 Same as VR89/8 p.1
NAS VR89/14 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1868-1869 In Parish of Inveraray, Proprietor Duke of Argyll. P.1 In Auchindrain: Donald Munro, Duncan Munro, John MacCallum, Edward MacCallum, John Sinclair, Duncan Sinclair. All occupiers as VR89/8. All rent still £18 each.
NAS VR89/15 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1869-1870 Same as VR89/14 p.1
NAS VR89/16 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1870-1871 In Parish of Inveraray, Proprietor Duke of Argyll. P. 1 In Auchindrain. All are occupiers as above. Rent changed: Donald Munro: £19. 11s. 8d. Duncan Munro: £20. 2s. 2d. John MacCallum: £19. 11s. 8d. Edward MacCallum: £19. 11s. 8d. John Sinclair: £19. 11s. 8d. and Duncan Sinclair: £19. 14s. 4d.
NAS VR89/17 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1871-1872 Same as VR89/16 p.1
NAS VR89/18 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1872-1873 Same as VR89/16 p.1
NAS VR89/19 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1873-1874 Same as VR89/16 p.1
NAS VR89/20 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1874-1875 All occupiers as set out above. P.5 Donald Munro pays: £24. 11s. 8d. Duncan Munro pays: £25. 2s. 2d. George MacKenzie pays: £24. 11s. 8d. Edward MacCallum pays: £24. 11s. 8d. John Sinclair: £24. 11s. 8d. Duncan Sinclair: £24. 14s. 4d.
NAS VR89/21 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1875-1876 All occupiers as set out above. P.5. Donald Munro: £24. 11s. 8d. Duncan Munro: £25. 2s. 2d. George MacKenzie: £24. 11s. 8d. Edward MacCallum £24. 11s. 8d. John Sinclair: £24. 11s.8d. Colin Stewart: £24. 14s. 4d.
NAS VR89/22 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1876-1877 Same as VR89/21 p.5
NAS VR89/23 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1877-1878 Same as VR89/21 p.5
NAS VR89/24 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1878-1879 Same rent and occupier status as set out in VR89/21. P.5.Donald Munro, Farmer. Malcolm Munro, Farmer. George MacKenzie. Edward MacCallum. John Sinclair. Colin Stewart.
NAS VR89/25 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1879-1880 Same rent and occupier status as set out in VR89/21. P.5. Now described as Auchindrain House and Croft for each person and each person listed as 'Crofter'.
NAS VR89/26 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1880-1881 Same as VR89/25 P.5
NAS VR89/27 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1881-1882 Same as VR89/25 P.5
NAS VR89/28 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1882-1883 Same as VR89/25 P.5
NAS VR89/29 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1883-1884 Same as VR89/25 P.5
NAS VR89/30 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1884-1885 Same as VR89/25 P.5 Edward MacCallum is now mentioned as 'Junior'.
NAS VR89/31 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1885-1886 P.5. Under House and Croft: Martin Munro, crofter (Tenant): £29. 10s. Malcolm Munro, crofter (Tenant): £30. 0s. 6d. George MacKenzie (Tenant): £29. 10s. Edward MacCallum Jnr (Tenant): £29. 10s. Edward MacCallum also appears to have another house and croft and the occupier of this is: Neil McGougan, Labourer and Cottar. His rent is included within MacCallum's. Colin Stewart (Tenant): £29. 12s. 8d. Colin Stewart also appears to own two other properties listed as 'House and Ground'. These are occupied by Donald McPhail, Labourer and Neil McGougan, Labourer. These rents are included in Colin's own.
NAS VR89/32 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1886-1887 P.5 All same as above except Colin Stewart only has one extra property (House and Ground) and it is now vacant.
NAS VR89/33 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1887-1888 P.5 All buildings are now 'House and Croft'. All rents and information the same except Colin Stewart (crofter) does not have any other property.
NAS VR89/34 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1888-1889 Same as VR89/33 P.5
NAS VR89/35 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1889-1890 Same as VR89/33 P.5 except that house of Neil McGougan now has annual value of £5
NAS VR89/36 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1890-1891 Same as VR89/35 P.5
NAS VR89/37 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1891-1892 Same as VR89/35 P.5 Except that all annual rents for the main houses are £20 each. Neil McGougan's house is still valued at £5.
NAS VR89/38 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1892-1893 Same as VR89/37 P.5
NAS VR89/39 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1893-1894 P.5. All properties listed as 'House and Croft'. Martin Munro, crofter (Tenant): £20. Martin also appears to own two other properties. These are rented by: Neil McCugan, cottar, and Mrs McPhail, cottar. Both of their houses are worth £1 each annually. Malcolm Munro, crofter (Tenant): £20. George MacKenzie, crofter (Tenant): £20, Edward MacCallum, crofter (Tenant): £20. Edward rents another property to Neil McGougal, labourer and cottar, which is worth £5 annually. Colin Stewart (Tenant): £20
NAS VR89/40 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1894-1895 Same as VR89/39 P.5
NAS VR89/41 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1895-1896 Same as VR89/39 P.5
NAS VR89/42 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1896-1897 Same as VR89/39 P.5
NAS VR89/43 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1897-1898 P.5 'House and Croft': Martin Munro, crofter (Tenant): £20. Martin appears to own two other properties. Neil McCugan, cottar, rents one valued at £5 and the other is vacant, valused at £1. Malcolm Munro, crofter (Tenant): £20. George MacKenzie, crofter (Tenant): £20. Edward MacCallum, crofter (Tenant): £20. Edward appears to own one other property (listed as just a house), rented to Neil McGougan, labourer and cottar, valued at £5. Colin Stewart, crofter (Tenant): £20.
NAS VR89/44 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1898-1899 Same as VR89/43 P.5.
NAS VR89/45 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1899-1900 Same as VR89/43 P.5.
NAS VR89/46 Argyll County Valuation Roll 1900-1901 P.5. All properties listed as 'House and Croft'. Martin Munro, crofter (Tenant): £20. Martin still appears to own two other properties, both of which are vacant. Values are £5 and £1. Malcolm Munro, crofter (Tenant): £20. George MacKenzie, crofter (Tenant): £20. Edward MacCallum, crofter (Tenant): £20. He still owns one other property rented by Neil McGougan, labourer and cottar. This is still valued at £5. Heirs of Colin Stewart, crofter, (Tenants): £20.
Edinburgh University Special Collection Mic M.674 Microfilm - Transcript of list of rentals in Argyll Argyll Rentals 1543, 1600-1629 1543-1629 Details rental amounts for the land and that it was paid in money and crops etc. 1609 1 merkland Achindrane rented by Lachlane McAllan VcDonell - 20 cows, 20 sheep, 1 horse and 1 mare. In 1618 Donald Campbell alias McDonchie Vc Ewer for the lands of Achyndrene ext. yearly to 20 stanes (weight) cheis (cheese?) and 13s. 4d. money. 1625 - 1629 it appears Donald McCondochie seems to be behind in paying the rent - 1629 he is discharged of this.
Edinburgh University Special Collection Mic M.676 Microfilm - Transcript of list of rentals in Argyll Argyll Rentals 1636 - 1693 1636-1693 p.2 Mr Patrick Campbell in 1636 - rent of Auchindryen £143. 4s. 8d. P.13 19/3/1650, lands of Clonarie and Auchindryen valued at £27. P.41 12/7/1666 £75. 3s. 8d. Received by Compter in part payment from John Guile in the name of Mr Campbell of rent of Clonarie and Achindryan.