Glenoe

also known as Glennoe Glen Noe there is also an Gleno(e) in Co Antrim, Ireland.

This is the first of the deeply indented glens on the east side as you travel up the upper section of Glen Etive above Taynuilt.

It was owned by the Duke of Argyll? or Campbell of Glenorchy, and then of Breadalbane, but from around 1400's the Clan MacIntyre moved to here from Skye. This became their homeland, and where descendants are drawn back to.
In 2008 the Clan organised a highly successful homecoming for the clan diaspora and they are aiming to repeat this in July 2018.

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1620
GD112/16/11/2 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) Papers relating to woods 1620-1788 Contract between John, earl of Breadalbane, and William Campbell, son of Robert Campbell of Glenfalloch, whereby said John dispones to said William oak wood growing on easter and Wester Barrs and Glenoe, on both sides of Locheile, till 15 July 1721, 8 November 1718. With receipts for the money due, 1719 (nos 15-16). (This record is Open)1
1684
GD170/3390 Papers of the Campbell Family of Barcaldine Antenuptial contract of marriage between Colin Campbell, son of Alexander Campbell of Glenuir, and Isobel McIntyr, daughter of Duncan McIntyr of Glenoe 2 May 1684 This record is Open.
1685
GD112/23/57 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) Bonds, discharges and related papers 1685, November 25. Discharge by Duncan McDoneill VcIntyre of Glenoe to John, earl of Breadalbane, and Sir John Campbell of Glenurquhey, his father, of £40 scots as annualrent due 1683-4. (This record is Open)2
1685
[[[http://catalogue.nrscotland.gov.uk/nrsonlinecatalogue/details.aspx?reference=GD112%2f23%2f57 |GD112/23/57 Bonds, discharges and related papers 1685
1687
SC54/20/8/2/9 Documents relating to the Valuation Roll of 1688 Inveraray Sheriff Court Rental of Duncan McIntyre of Glenoe (Glennoe). The lands of Glenoe and Barr in the parish of Balevodan. 26 Aug 1687
1710
SC54/17/3/9/1/4 Inveraray Sheriff Court]]] Bond of Presentation granted by Donald MacIntyre of Glenoe in favour of Archibald MacCallum in Barrs, Donald more MacNokaird in Glenoe, John MacIntyre, son to Duncan McIntyre, and Duncan MacNokaird in Duo. 05/01/1710 (This record is Open)3
1719
SC54/17/3/9/50 Bond of Presentation granted by Colin Campbell of Inveresragan, Archibald Reid of Fennachrochan in favour of Dugald MacIntyre alias mc Ghonichie vc ean dui in Glenoe 04/06/1719 (This record is Open)4
1720
GD112/15/168 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) Instructions of the accounts of Glenorchy, crop 1720, John Campbell, chamberlain 1720 Which include planting of 300 rood oak park of Glenoe and note of rests (?rents?) in Benderloch (This record is Open)5
1720
SC54/17/2/44/3 Inveraray Sheriff Court The Procurator Fiscal, Donald MacIntyre of Glenoe (Ardchattan and Muckairn), Duncan MacIntyre in Auchtermallie (Inishail and Glenorchy) and John MacIntyre in Castles (Inishail and Glenorchy) agt Angus MacDougall Corrielorne (Kilninver) 20 Mar 1720 Accused of Stealing and reset of a stot and some horses and the murder of Donald Roy McIntyre. No trial. Interrogation only. (This record is Open)6
1723
SC54/17/3/13/14/3 Bond of Lawburrows granted by Donald MacIntyre of Glenoe in favour of Archibald Reid in Culnadalloch that no harm be done to Duncan MacIlmichael in Culnadalloch 30/10/1723 (This record is Open)7
1741
GD170/3408 Papers of the Campbell Family of BarcaldineTestament of Duncan McIntyre late in Achalader, now in Glenoe 1741
1769
CC2/9/3/5 Argyll Commissary Court Bond of Caution granted by John Campbell, writer in Inveraray in favour of Patrick McIntyre, late in Glenoe now in Inverinanbeg and 11 other creditors, executors of the deceased Malcom McIntyre (Malcolm McIntyre), tenant in Inverinanbeg. 27 Jan 1769 (This record is Open)8
1776
GD170/1912 Papers of the Campbell Family of Barcaldine Letter from James MacIntyre to Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine, advocate. 1776-1794 This record is Open.
1783
GD112/15/449 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) Vouchers of account of John Campbell of Lochend, charmberlain for the Earl of Breadalbane of the rents of Glenorchy, martinmas 1783. Settled 30 August 1783 Offer by Donald Sinclair to James MacIntyre, tacksman of Glenoe, to build and repair dykes about the woods of Invergusachan and Kenlochly, 8 June 1782. With related papers, nos. 29-30 (This record is Open)9
1791
[[[http://catalogue.nrscotland.gov.uk/nrsonlinecatalogue/details.aspx?reference=GD170%2f1912GD112/51/152 Miscellaneous papers 1791-1797 This record is Open.
1796
John MacLaren and Kett McIntyrer at Glennoe with son John10
1796
GD112/52/61 Breadalbane Fencibles - Correspondence Aug 1796 This record is Open.
1806
The MacIntyre clan tenure ended with the Chiefs death, and others had left, tacksmen remained, and there were many McIntyre families in Ardchattan and neighbouring parishes, especially Glenorchy, where they were renowned for their weaving, especially of local tartans. Duncan MacIntyre Cladich weaver
1808
CC2/7/56/7 Argyll Commissary Court Petition by Ann Gardner Campbell (Ann Campbell), relict of the defunct, for warrant to open the repositories of and inventory the effects of the deceased Duncan McIntyre, tacksman of Glenoe (Glennoe). Granted.19 October 1808 (This record is Open)11
1809
CC2/7/57/2 Argyll Commissary Court Petition by Ann Gardner Campbell (Ann Campbell), relict of the defunct, as nearest in kin, for the Clerk of Court to hand over to her the papers belonging to the deceased Duncan McIntyre, tacksman of Glenoe (Glennoe). Granted. 17 May 1809 (This record is Open)12
1810
CC2/7/58/7 Argyll Commissary Court Petition by Ann Campbell, mother of the defunct and widow of James McIntyre of Glenoe (Glennoe), to release the papers in the repositories of Archibald Campbell at Easdale belonging to the deceased Duncan McIntyre of Glenoe (Glennoe). Granted. 5 October 1810 (This record is Open)13
1827
GD112/74/696 Miscellaneous papers-Railways 1827-1855 This record is Open.
1830
GD112/11/9/6/40-1 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) Memorial of John MacIntyre, tenant of Glenoe, to have tenement of Glenoe and Duarr in joint name of himself and his son Donald for a few years 28 Oct 1830 (This record is Open)14
1841
Census :

Piece: SCT1841/504 Place: Ardchattan-Argyllshire Enumeration District: 12
Civil Parish: Ardchattan Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island: -
Folio: 12 Page: 1
Address: Glenoe
Surname First name(s) Sex Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
SINCLAIR Duncan M 63 Farmer Argyllshire
SINCLAIR Margret F 27 Argyllshire
MCDEARMID Mary F 45 Independent Argyllshire

Piece: SCT1841/504 Place: Ardchattan-Argyllshire Enumeration District: 12
Civil Parish: Ardchattan Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island:
Folio: 12 Page: 1
Address: Glenoe
Surname First name(s) Sex Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
SMITH James M 40 Ag Labourer Argyllshire
LAWSON William M 24 Ag Labourer Argyllshire
CONNEL Donald M 17 Ag Labourer Argyllshire
CAMERON Gregor M 14 Ag Labourer Argyllshire
MCINTYRE Sarah F 25 Female Servant Argyllshire

1843
GD112/74/123 Secretaries' Correspondence - Sir Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine, BT 1843-1844 This record is Open.
1845
GD112/74/124 Secretaries' Correspondence - Sir Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine, BT 1845 This record is Open.
1845
http://stataccscot.edina.ac.uk/static/statacc/dist/viewer/nsa-vol7-Parish_record_for_Ardchattan_in_the_county_of_Argyle_in_volume_7_of_account_2/ second Statistical account written

"Glen-noe (Formed by the Northern side of Ben Cruachan and the south side of Beinn a Cochail this verdant Glen is four miles in length by one in breadth. It is watered throughout by a stream which becomes finely wooded as it approaches the sea, and as a commodious dwelling house has been erected near the opening of the Glen by the respectable tacksman who now farms it a sweeter and more sequestered summer residence cannot readily be met with with. Glen Oe was for many generations, held in wadset by a family of the name of McIntyre, the head of which was considered in this Country as the Cheftain of that sept." (Statistical Account p [page] 472)."

1849
GD112/74/128 Secretaries Correspondence - Sir Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine, BT 1849 This record is Open.GD112/11/10/9/28 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) Letter from A MacIntyre, Glenoe, complaining of intrigues interrupting wintering of his hogs 14 Aug 1844 (This record is Open)15
1848
GD112/74/52 Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) Personal Correspondence Jan-Aug 1848 This record is Open.
1851
Angus MacIntyre is working the glen

MacIntyre Angus Head M M 60 Captain Half-pay Farmer of 10 acres arable, 2000 heath pasture employing 4 men INV Kilmalie
MacIntyre Margaret Wife M F 49 - - Canada
MacIntyre Eliza Dau U F 17 - ARL Morvern
MacIntyre Catharine Dau U F 14 - ARL Morvern
MacIntyre Augusina Dau U F 13 - ARL Morvern
MacIntyre Alexander Son U M 11 - ARL Morvern
MacIntyre Charlotte Dau U F 8 - ARL Morvern
Fletcher Alexander Servnt U M 30 General Servant ARL Glenurchay
Colquohoun Duncan Servnt U M 24 General Servant ARL Ardchattan
Cunningham Charles Servnt U M 24 Shepherd ARL Appin
Sinclair Malcolm Servnt U M 17 Herd ARL Kilmore
Rowen Mary Servnt U F 35 Servant ARL Kilmore
Sinclair Bell Servnt U F 20 Servant ARL Kilmore
MacDougall John schoolmaster U M 17 Schoolmaster ARL Kilmore

1871
Mr Campbell is the informant, tenant of Glenoe according to Scotlandsplaces, the books of the first Ordnance survey. https://scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/digital-volumes/ordnance-survey-name-books/argyll-os-name-books-1868-1878/argyll-volume-52/43

A beautiful Glen situated on the North side of Ben Cruachan, it is well watered and affords excellent pasturage for sheep.

1880
(approx) http://www.electricscotland.com/agriculture/page30.htm Transactions of the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland On the Agriculture of the County of Argyll

Glenoe will summer about a score of cattle, but very few can be wintered. The rent is £350, and both it and the other tenements in Glen Etive, to be immediately mentioned, are on the Breadalbane estates.


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