Raymond Allan Lescott of Tilstock
Macdonalds of Kinlochmoidart
Wed Jun 28, 2006 09:38 (XFF:


I came across this site by chance and find it fascinating. I am a direct descendant of Donald Macdonald of Kinlochmoidart, (executed 18th October 1946) whose son John (born circa 1705), fled after Culloden to the West Indies, finally ending up in Nevis. You can find more information at www.lescott.com.

Le gach deagh dhurachd,

Raymond A. Lescott of Tilstock
Dun Tioram,
23, Bron-y-Gaer,
Llanfyllin, Powys,
SY22 5DA, Wales,
United Kingdom
e-mail: lescott@lescott.com

  • MoidartAllan J. Gillis, Wed Jun 21 15:22
    I have some information on some MacEacherns and MacDougalls from Moidart who arrived in Cape Breton on the ship "Tartar" in 1816. They settled in the same area as his people in the Long Point (Rudha... more
    • McDougall's on TartarGreg Lynch, Mon Oct 2 22:55
      Hi Allan, It would be much appreciated if you could send me a list of the McDougall's on that ship. Greg
    • MacEacherns of JudiqueDave MacEachern, Wed Aug 2 19:01
      I would be interested to know if the ship list of the Tartar 1816 shows an Alexander and Margaret MacEachern arriving in Cape Breton. Then i would know they arrived married or if Alexander arrived... more
    • Macdonalds of Kinlochmoidart — Raymond Allan Lescott of Tilstock, Wed Jun 28 09:38
    • GaoidealKate Maceachen, Tue Jun 27 14:30
      I`m interested in your use of this placename as my ancestors were removed from there and from Rhu, Arisaig, to Ardnish around 1780.Other crofters were moved out of Rhu in 1801 and many went to Canada ... more
      • Gaoideal (Guidale for the Sassenachs)Allan J. Gillis, Tue Jun 27 17:01
        Hi Kate, My Gillises arrived in Cape Breton from Gaoideal in 1820/1821 and settled on River Denys Mountain, Inverness County. The 1772 in my address refers to the arrival of my Kinlochmoidart... more
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