Achnamoine

Achnamoine

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Field of the marsh
A croft in conjunction with Kinloch, Moss Croft,
Cachla was later established as the "gate" of the common land

Between Barravullin and Stairchoal.
Created from the larger farm of Balure of Shian in late 1860s

been the home of the Cameron family for many generations since Dugald Cameron who is there in 1871.

memories of Achnamoine

Important in neolithic era
Chambered cairns
https://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=31036
https://canmore.org.uk/site/23327/achnamoine

1841
- this land is part of Balure
1851
- this land is part of Balure - 8 households as part of the settlement
1855
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1861
ED 3 - Pages 25 - 29
David Donald farmer of 250 Acres at Balure between Eriska, from Glasgow, living here with his parents.
also Peter and Agness Campbell, elderly paupers
Mary McColl is an agricultural labourer, with her son.
Elizabeth McCown has 2 acres, with her grandsons
Alexander McColl is a Ships carpenter at Balure with son Malcolm, a Sawer, his wife, and children
1865
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1871
- - Achnamoine
Dugald Cameron head, married, 78 farmer of 30 acres born in Ardchattan
Marion Cameron wife, married, 68 Farmer wife, born in Ardchattan
Niel Cameron brother, widower, 73 Ag Lab,, born in Ardchattan
Anne Cameron, daughter, unma, 17 Gen serv Domestic , born in Ardchattan
John Cameron, grandson, 10, scholar born Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Dugald Robertson, Grandson, 3, born in Dunbarton
1875
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1881
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1885
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1891
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1895
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1901
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1905
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1911
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1915
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1920
- 1920 Tenant Occupier CAMERON DUNCAN HOUSE AND CROFT BARVULLIN ARDCHATTAN DIVISION / ARDCHATTAN AND MUCKAIRN ARGYLL COUNTY VR89 / 66 / 443
1925
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1927
painting of farmyard, cow, calf, person
1930
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Run for let
by Maisie Cameron (Marjorie) and following generations in the 1900's
1934
The Scotsman - Wednesday, 2nd May 1934, page 3 achnamonie for let
1935
The Scotsman - Saturday, 27th July 1935, page 4 achnamonie

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