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Glenoe Box Contents


Dear Alastair,

I have now had back from the National Register of Archives for Scotland details of the contents of the old box called the "Glenoe Box".  I thought perhaps you may like to include them on the MacIntyre Clan pages.

Best regards, Ian MacIntyre

The collection relates primarily to the MacIntyre family of Glenoe [Glen Noe] and its cadet branch, Camusnaherie [Camus-na-h-Erie]. The lands of Glenoe, lying on the south side of Loch Etive near Oban, were held from the Campbells of Glenorchy and the Earls of Breadalbane. The MacIntyres lived there until the death of James MacIntyre in 1799. His eldest son had emigrated to the United States in 1783. The papers mainly relate, however, to members of the MacIntyres of Camusnaherie, near Glencoe, beginning with Rev John MacIntyre, eldest son of Rev Duncan MacIntyre who had married Jean MacIntyre, daughter of James MacIntyre of Glenoe, in 1792.

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