|Bannerman, John||The Beatons : a Medical Kindred in the Classical Gaelic Tradition||Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh
1985 (paperback 1998) ISBN 0 85976 489 3
|Beaton, John Hector & Dr. George Hector (Editors)||William Beaton 1774-1834, Catherine McFee 1814 of Mull and their Descendants in North America||1969|
|Boswell, James||The journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson||Canongate Classics 1996|
|Browne, James||A History of the Highlands (includes selections from the Stuart papers). Useful for history not genealogy.||Fullarton & Co 1849|
|Ralph and Ian Clark||Farm Lanes of Bentinck
(Grey County) 1850-2000
Contains the histories of some of the families of the area as well as transcripts of the local cemetaries.
|Bentinck Historical Society 2000
|Currie, Jo||MacLeans - A Biographical Dictionary of Mull People Mainly in the 18th and 19th centuries.||Brown and Whittaker, Tobermory 2002
|Currie, Jo||Mull Family Names for ancestor hunters||Brown and Whittaker, Tobermory 1998
|Currie, Jo||Mull - The Island and Its People||Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh
Hardback ISBN : 1 84158 105 4,
Paperback ISBN : 1 84158 177 1
|Currie, Jo||CR Deaths in Kilninian (Torosay, Ulva, Salen, Tobermory and Kinlochspelve) - Private working papers|
|Currie, Jo||Index to Names - Private working papers|
|Currie, Jo||Torloisk - Copy List of Tenants on the Estate of Torloisk to be warned to remove at Whitsunday 1848|
|Currie, Jo||Torloisk - Rentals for Torloisk 1755|
|Douglas, Meg||Lost Townships, Silent Voices
||Available from : Eleanor Harris, Argyll and Bute Library Service HQ, Highland Avenue, Sandbank, Dunoon, PA23 8PB tele : +44 (0)1369 703214 (This a switchboard)
Payment by Visa or Mastercard Accepted.Argyll and Bute Council.
|Johnson, Samuel||A journey to the Western Isles of Scotland|
|Loudon, Joseph Buist||Sheriff Robertson's Mull Diaries
|Available from : Eleanor Harris, Argyll and Bute Library Service HQ, Highland Avenue, Sandbank, Dunoon, PA23 8PB tele : +44 (0)1369 703214 (This a switchboard)
£14.00 + p&p. Payment by Visa or Mastercard Accepted.Argyll and Bute Council.
Book does not have an ISBN
|Maclean, Charles||The Isle of Mull place names, meanings and stories||Maclean Publications 1997
ISBN 0 9532300 0 7
|MacLean, Isabelle McCall||The Scottish Covenanter Genealogical Index - 1630-1712
The Scottish Covenanter Genealogical Index has alphabetized thousands of Covenanters’ names, referencing books where their stories are found. Hopefully, this makes research easier for family historians.
|MacLean, Isabelle McCall||The Oath and The Covenant - The "Killing Times" in Scotland - an historical novel
The latter part of the 1600’s in Scotland has become known in the annals of time as the ‘Killing times’. The Oath and The Covenant is a story based on the lives of these brave Scottish Presbyterian Covenanters, their object being to release their beloved Scotland from the strangling grasp of an English king, who claimed he had a ‘Divine Right’ to rule both church and state. The Covenanters never relinquished their determination to gain what they viewed as a God given right to worship freely. They endured inhumane treatment leveled upon them by King Charles II’s armies in his attempt to subjugate them.
|MacArthur, E Mairi||Iona, the living memory of a crofting community (1990)||Edinburgh University Press
||Guide to Coll (Identifies the meaning of place names)|
|Maclean-Bristol, Nicholas||The inhabitants of the Inner Isles Morvern & Arnamurchan 1716||Scottish Record Society 1998|
|Maclean-Bristol, Nicholas||Warriors and priests.The history of the Clan Maclean 1300-1570||Tuckwell Press Ltd (18 May 1995) ISBN : 1898410623|
||Hebrides Decade , Mull Coll and Tiree 1761-1771 (pamphlet)||Society of West Highland and Island Research 1982|
|Macleod, Norman||Morven||Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh Hardback
ISBN : 1 84158 2379
|MacNab, Peter||Tall Tales from an Island||Luath Press Ltd., Barr, Ayrshire 1984|
|MacQuarrie, Duncan||The Placenames of Mull - gives english translations of gaelic and other placenames|
|McGilvray-Peasnell, Jan||Katherine or Catherine of Iona - extracts from newspapers and books about an accident to the sloop Catherine (or Katherine) or Mary of Iona which at the time was carrying 44 passengers from Mull and Iona who were reapers on their way to the low country harvest.
|Marsden, Fiona||Lachlan Macquarrie from Mull to Australia.||Brown and Whittaker, Tobermory 1998
ISBN 0 9532775 7 7
|Munro, Jean||The founding of Tobermory|
|Old Maps of Mull (and rest of the UK) -||This site has maps from circa 1850-70.|
|Pigot 1837||1837 Scottish Directory|
|Pigot 1851||1851 Scottish Directory|
|Riddle, Carol||A township on the Ross of Mull - a study in local history||Tireragan pub. by Highland Renewal Fionnphort.|
|Seneachie||Historical and Genealogical account of the Clan Maclean 1838|
|Vaughan, Debra||Lobstermen of Mull go to Tobermory|
|West Highland Notes and queries||A number of small publications of the Socy. of West Highland and Island Historical Research|
|Tales and Trails (Bruce Township, Bruce County) Contains family histories on the families of Century old farms of Bruce Township. Some families from Mull, some ree and others from Argyllshire||Bruce Township Historical Society 1984 ISBN 0-9691740-0-4|
|Births, Deaths and Marriages orginally printed in the Paisley Advocate, a weekly newspaper in Paisley, Ontario||.Bruce County Genealogical Society|
|Argyll and Bute Council Family History Archives|
|MacLeans Births and Marriages for Argyllshire held in Access database|
|East India Company - recruites 1772-73|
|Inch Kenneth - short video on|
|Napier Report.The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Condition of Crofters and Cottars in the Highlands and Islands|
|Transcription of 'A Collection of Fragments of Family History derived from Ancient Records & Authentic Traditions - 1866 by John MacEachern, Rice Point, Lot 65, Prince Edward Island, Canada'.|
|Names of Sailors and one Officer from the Island of Mull born between 1822 and 1902.|
|Names of Officers from the Island of Mull who served in the Army or Navy between 1800 and 1815.
This List was made at the dictation of the late Alex. McLean, Esq., of Pennycross, who was personally acquainted with the Officers before they left the Island and watched their careers during the war with intense interest, five of his own brothers being amongst them.
|The National Library of Scotland - Maps of Argyllshire|
|Small Isles (Rhum, Eigg, Muck and Canna) Research - A catechist's list compiled around 1770 is available from the University of Edinburgh price £15. Full title is "list of Inhabitants of Eigg, Rum, Muck and Canna" Shelfmark is LA.III.839 Contact, Special Collections, University Library, George Square, Edinburgh ED8 9LJ Email email@example.com|
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