STORNOWAY, LEWIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1883
(See Appendix A, XXXVI. and XLI.)
Sir KENNETH S. MACKENZIE, Bart., Chairman.
DONALD CAMERON, Esq. of Lochiel, M.P.
C. FRASER-MACKINTOSH, Esq., M.P.
Sheriff NICOLSON, LLD.
Professor MACKINNON, M.A.
The hearings at Stornoway were spread over three days, the evidence of which is shown combined on this page. Lord Napier was not present at Stornoway. In his stead, Sir Kenneth S. Mackenzie took the chair.
8 June 1883
Donald Campbell, crofter, South Tolsta
Roderick Mackenzie, crofter, Nether Coll
Donald Martin, crofter, Back
Angus Macleod, crofter, Aird
Alexander Mackenzie, crofter, Branahine
Torquil Mcleod, crofter, Knock
Kenneth Mcleod, crofter, Garabost
9 June 1883
John Stewart, crofter, Bayble
Roderick Mcleod, crofter, Upper Bayble
Rev Angus Mciver, minister, Meavaig (Uig)
Alexander Morrison, commission merchant, Stornoway
Roderick Mcsween, crofter, Steinish
11 June 1883
Napier Campbell, solicitor
Dr Charles Mackenzie Macrae
William Mackay, estate chamberlain
Rev James Greenfield, minister, Gaelic Free Church, Stornoway
Donald Smith, fish-curer
James Mccombie, fish-curer, Peterhead
Alexander Murray, merchant, Stornoway
Murdo Macleod, agent, British Linen Company's Bank
Duncan Mackenzie, crofter, Melbost
Angus Mcleod, crofter, Portnaguirin
Donald Mcaskill, crofter, Sheshader
Donald Macleod, crofter, Lower Bayble