McLeods of Condah

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Raasay Visit

In October 2015 on a Sunday myself, David and Jane travelled to Raasay. We caught the train to Kyle of Lochaish and then a taxi across the Bridge to Skye. The bridge was built 20 years ago so links the isle with the mainland. Before that you had to go by boat. We were dropped […]

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Kevin MacLeod

Kev is a character who makes our annual McLeods of Condah a memorable event. I’m really thankful for his involvement, as he has added significantly to my knowledge of the family. An example is the story of Mary Christina (Chrissy b.1862 d.1950). She was banished from the family following her marriage to James Fahey, a […]

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Hamish our mascot

Hamish Dougall McLeod was born at Terang in the Western District of Victoria Australia.  He is now 3 years old.  I have always admired Scotties and determined one day to own one.  Their character and personality are described as being like the lonely highlands of their homeland: serious, dignified and aloof. In the 19th century George The 4th Earl […]

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