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MacMhuirich, Angus, Mull (Bard, wrote laments)

MacNab, Archibald, of MacNab 17th Chief

MacNeil, General Roderick
(In 1839, he bought the Island of Skye for 42, 000 pounds from a speculator called Menzies.)

MacNeil, Roderick
(Evicted from the three hills of Mingulay. Some of his people were scattered in Australia and Canada. He said I burned my hands in rescuing my dear little children.)

MacNeil, Sir John
(Chairman of the Board of Supervision, 1851. He did a tour of the Highlands. The Highlands and Islands Emigration Society was the direct result of his tour and of his report.)

Macniven, revenue officer
(In1827 he was under siege and hid in the Inn at Comar.)

MacPhail, Calum Campbell (Bard)

MacPhail, Roderick
(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.)

MacPhee, Catherine, of Iochdar, South Uist

MacPhee, Ewen
(Called the Outlaw of Loich Quoich, goatherer and orthodox veterinarian. He was evicted by force.)

MacPherson, William, Sheriff-Officer in Strathcarron
(In 1854, March 7?, His summons were taken away by people. They were brought to the Inn at Ardgay. He appeared before the Court of Justiciary. He was "deforced" by the people it was known as "The Gauger affair".)

Macrae, Duncan
(In September of 1853, he was put in irons and dragged thirty miles to Portree; their families following them weeping. He went back to Loch Eishort. His brother was John. At 81, her mother was also evicted pulled outside lying on a blanket.)

Macrae, Reverend Finlay, North Uist
(Minister of the parish in 1849)

Macrae, Reverend John, Knoydart

Macrae, John
(In September of 1853, he was put in irons and dragged thirty miles to Portree. Their families following them weeping. He went back to Loch Eishort. His brother was Duncan. At 81, her mother was also evicted, pulled outside on a blanket.)

Macrae, John, Kintail
(Lived circa 1785. He wrote a bitter approval of what the tacksmen were doing before going to America. His father had been hanged on an apple-tree by the Duke of Cumberland.)

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