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Duncan Livingston of Ohio 1850 US Census562 viewsCensus page from 1850 of Duncan Livingston.
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Duncan Livingstone of Ohio and the Clan460 viewsFrom A History of Scioto County, Ohio, by Nelson Evans, 1903.
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Crown Land Records Search for NS Livingstons782 views
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Slate quarriers at Ballachulish2067 viewsfrom a booklet by Barbara Fairweather MBE and published by Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, Glencoe and including several Livingstone quarriers. The West quarry was opened in 1693 and the East quarry in 1694 and that there is a tradition that it was some slate quarry workers from Easdale, possibly ancestors of John from Easdale, who were passing through the village and who first observed the type of rock at Ballachulish. (Thanks to Margaret Stewart.)
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Ballachulish from the Quarry575 viewsBallachulish before the railway was laid in 1875 (11 and a half miles of railroad laid for waggons in the largest quarry.) In the Statistical Account of 1845 they mention a tram road along which the quarried rock was carried in waggons (which were pulled by horses), so this photo must be between 1845 and 1875, probably closer to the latter. From a booklet by Barbara Fairweather MBE, published by Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, Glencoe. (Thank you to Margaret Stewart.)
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Duncan Livingstone of Ohio and the Clan489 viewsFrom A History of Scioto County, Ohio, by Nelson Evans, 1903.
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Ballachulish Quarry Workers630 viewsUndated. No names attached. From booklet by Barbara Fairweather MBE, published by Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, Glencoe. (Thank you to Margaret Stewart.)
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Duncan Livingstone of Ohio, Title Page600 viewsFrom A History of Scioto County, Ohio, by Nelson Evans, 1903.

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Duncan 1850.jpg
Duncan Livingston of Ohio 1850 US Census562 viewsCensus page from 1850 of Duncan Livingston.Sep 27, 2010
Ballachulish_from_Quarry.jpg
Ballachulish from the Quarry575 viewsBallachulish before the railway was laid in 1875 (11 and a half miles of railroad laid for waggons in the largest quarry.) In the Statistical Account of 1845 they mention a tram road along which the quarried rock was carried in waggons (which were pulled by horses), so this photo must be between 1845 and 1875, probably closer to the latter. From a booklet by Barbara Fairweather MBE, published by Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, Glencoe. (Thank you to Margaret Stewart.)Jan 29, 2010
Quarry_Workers.jpg
Ballachulish Quarry Workers630 viewsUndated. No names attached. From booklet by Barbara Fairweather MBE, published by Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, Glencoe. (Thank you to Margaret Stewart.)Jan 29, 2010
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Duncan Livingstone of Ohio, Title Page600 viewsFrom A History of Scioto County, Ohio, by Nelson Evans, 1903.Jan 27, 2010
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Duncan Livingstone of Ohio and the Clan489 viewsFrom A History of Scioto County, Ohio, by Nelson Evans, 1903.Jan 27, 2010
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Duncan Livingstone of Ohio and the Clan460 viewsFrom A History of Scioto County, Ohio, by Nelson Evans, 1903.Jan 27, 2010
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Duncan Livingstone of Ohio509 viewsFrom A History of Scioto County, Ohio, by Nelson Evans, 1903.Jan 27, 2010
Slate_quarriers_Ballachulish.jpg
Slate quarriers at Ballachulish2067 viewsfrom a booklet by Barbara Fairweather MBE and published by Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, Glencoe and including several Livingstone quarriers. The West quarry was opened in 1693 and the East quarry in 1694 and that there is a tradition that it was some slate quarry workers from Easdale, possibly ancestors of John from Easdale, who were passing through the village and who first observed the type of rock at Ballachulish. (Thanks to Margaret Stewart.)Jan 26, 2010