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MacLachchlan, John of Rahoy
("Heavy, sorrowful my heart, going through the glen'')

MacLachchlan, Lachlan
(Killed by the musketry of Pulteney's Regiment on Culloden Moor)

MacLauchchlan, Reverend Thomas
(Presbyterian divine and Gaelic Scholar. He wrote many letters to the Witness complaining of those "who banished thousands for life for no crime whatever")

Maclean, Archibald, Sollas
(He was arrested and tried appeared in front of Lord Cockburn at Inverness on Sept. 13, 1849. He had to spend four months in jail.)

Macleod, Donald, of Geanies
(Sheriff, 48 years old in 1792 and his twentieth as Sheriff-Depute of the county of Ross and hold the post for another 39 years. He became a landowner and he introduced the crosing of Cheviot sheeps with Merinos. He routed men of Ross at Boath.)

Macleod, Donald
(He was from Strathnaver in the township of Rossal , he was born towards the end of the eighteen century, stonemason and journalist. He was Loch's most relentless enemy. He was driven out of Sutherland in 1831 back then he had four children the eldest being seven. The persecution of Stafford drove his wife to madness. From 1840 to 1841, the Edinburgh Weekly Chronicle published twenty-one of his letters which became the "History of the Destitution in Sutherland-shire". He witnessed first hand the Year of the Burnings when Patrick Sellar came to Strathnaver. His mother lived in Bettyhill at the mouth of Naver. He was exiled in Canada.)

Donald Mcleod
(He was an absentee who lived Kinsburgh on the Isle of Skye circa 1836.)

Macleod, John
(Circa 1843, he was a small tenant at Balchladdich, He stood up against the Duke of Sutherland's factor and refused to be evicted. He had a son back then.)

Macleod, Reverend Doctor Norman
(He was a moderator of the Church of Scotland. Later on he was the Chaplain in Ordinary to Queen Victoria.)

Macleod, Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick of Geanies
( He was killed at El Hamet on the Nile.)

Macleod, Roderick lived near Strathnaver
(He was a boy circa 1818, "I saw the townships set on fire" "Grunmore with sixteen houses and Archmilidh with four.All the houses were burnt with the exception of one barn...")

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