Transcribed by Malcolm Bangor-Jones & adapted for this page by C StokesAll Mc & Mac names shown here as Mac.
Place names are spelled as on original document
The original Militia List was certified to be a 'true & correct list of all the
males between the ages of 18 & 45 residing in the Parish of Tongue.
Document was dated December 1809. The list included 113 men
who were exempt from duty. Shown here are the 43 men who were deemed liable.
Each line contains, name, occupation & residence
BELL Mr George, Overseer, Tongue
BETHUNE Donald, merchant, Kirkboll
CAMPBELL Donald, shepherd, Falside & William, shepherd, Kinloch
GORDON William, labourer, Skenet
GUNN James, farmer, Borgy; John, tailor, Skeray; (Bain) William, piper, Strathmelness
MACDONALD Hugh, farmer, Strathmelness & John, shoemaker, Achstomnie
MACINTOSH Alexander, farmer, Loan
MACINTYRE Donald, shepherd, Strathmelness
MACKAY Alexander, weaver, Achmore; Angus, farmer, Achantott; Angus, farmer, Craggy; Angus, Dinachary; Angus, soldier, Lochchrask; Angus, weaver, Skenet; Donald, farmer, Portvaskay; Finlay, farmer, Skeray; George, labourer, Retongue; Hector, labourer, Sculmy; Hugh, labourer, Sculmy; Hugh, farmer, Strathskeray; John, shepherd, Breckachow; John, farmer, Unsteppan; Neil, labourer, Borgy; Robert, labourer, Rhians; Thomas, labourer, Borgy; William, farmer, Borgy; William, Sculmy
MACLEOD Alexander, farmer, Dalcharn; Angus, labourer, Achnaucach; Hugh, farmer, Achantott
NICOLL Hugh, farmer, Dalcharn
ROBERTSON Alexander, weaver, Sculmy
ROSS George, labourer, Retongue & William, labourer, Retongue
STEWART George, labourer, Strathmelness
SUTHERLAND George, shepherd, Kirkboll; Hugh, labourer, Strathtongue; Robert, tailor, Kirkboll; William, labourer, Strathtongue