Clan Campbell Genealogy from MS 1467

genelach cloinni cailin ann so cailin og mac gille easpuig mhic cailin mhic ailin mhic neill mhic ailin moir mhic gille espuig mhic dubgaill mhic donnchaidh mhic gille easpuig mhic gille colaim renabartha mac duibne mhic duibne mhic eirenai[n] mhic meirbi mhic artuir mhic iubair*.i. righ in domain gan rusan** The genealogy of the Clan […]

MacFadyen’s Cave

MACFADYEN came from Ireland (Eirin) to Cantyre (Cinn-tìre), with a following of 1400 men, to assist King Edward in his efforts to conquer Scotland. From Cantyre he made his way to Lorne (Lathurna), where he was joined by a party of the MacDougalls. When the Knight of Lochow (Loch-odha) heard of his coming, he sent a […]

Innis Chonnel Castle

Innis Chonnel was one of the earliest Campbell strongholds, certainly from as early as 1308 until the present day. The massive walls of Innis Chonnel crown the rocky southwestern end of a small island half way down the eastern shore of Lochawe. The island and the adjacent shore are now heavily wooded, as they would […]