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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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Bachuil with Judy Buchanan (Livingston) Australia1688 views
Niall and James Livingstone Cnoc Aingeil 20091554 views
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Restoring Dr David Livingstone's Letters980 viewsArchivists restoring Dr David Livingstone's letters
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910 viewsDavid Livingstone at the clan Gathering in 1986
Dad is wearing the Clan Crest on the Lapel of his Coat
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Solomon and Euphemia (nee Murray) Livingston859 viewsphoto circa 1870
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Robert Gregor Livingstone, Descendant of the Low Point Livingstones811 viewsEngagement photo of Robert Gregor Livingstone, about age 20, father of Forum member Roberta Livingstone, and a descendant of the Low Point Livingstones. Courtesy of Roberta Livingstone.
Crown Land Records Search for NS Livingstons782 views
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775 viewsStarting putting the tent up while it downpours
Tomb of the Hero Donald Livingstone's Parents751 viewsPhoto taken by Donald MacInnis who was born at Druminn, Morvern of The Livingstone Table Tomb at Kiel Cemetery, Morvern and submitted to the Gallery by Donald (Livingstone) Clink. Donald Livingstone erected this in 1760 for his parents John Livingstone and Ann MacInnes. The plaque reads: "A Morven Hero, This Donald Livingstone (Domhnull Molach) born 1728c and died 1816c at Savary, Morven, rescued the Stewart of Appin Regimental Banner at Culloden in 1746..."
z1 Niall and Anita On Saturday737 views
a1 The Lismore703 viewsThe Ferryman did us proud!
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