YUP....me, Gary Stuart Haslam. In tracing backwards and documented, my father, George MacLean Haslam, was born 1919 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, his mother Mary Alice MacMillan was born 1877 in Pontypridd, Wales, she was the daughter of Ewen Hugh MacMillan born 1848/1849 in Garvan, Kilmallie, Argyll and Alice Jepson of Over Darwen, Lancashire. Ewen Hugh MacMillan's father was Duncan (Ban) MacMillan, born April 1801 in Blaich, Ardgour, Kilmallie, Argyll, baptised April 19, 1801. Duncan, alias "Cnodan" (Gurnot) is referenced in Somerled MacMillan's book, Bygone Lochaber, page 91. Duncan married Mary Todd, daughter of Robert Todd (Tod) and Elisabeth Campbell of Craignish. Family folklore has Elisabeth related to the Duke of Argyll. Somerled MacMillan only makes mention of a few of Duncan's children, the Rev. John MacMillan, oldest son named after Duncan's father, he died in 1906; Robert the auctioneer, born July 1840; Angus the Fort William blacksmith born Sept. 1843, died in Saskatchewan, Canada; and Catherine Hutchison born 1854, youngest child of Duncan and Mary. Catherine Todd Hutchison (nee: MacMillan) died Aug. 1945 and is buried about 20 minutes away from me in Vancouver, BC, Canada, alongside her brother James Todd MacMillan, born 1852 and died Aug. 1931. Duncan's father John MacMillan was born about 1754, Callich, near Murlaggan on Loch Arkaig. John married Mary MacLean of the Ardgour MacLeans, Lairds of Ardgour since about 15th century. John's brothers were Ewen (Breck), Angus who died in Finch, Ontario, Canada (1802 Exodus) Donald, died Aug. 1807 and buried in the Old Kilmallie Churchyard in Corpach, near Fort William. Donald was the Tacksman of Callich since about 1786, their father was Ewen Og MacMillan and he must of died about 1786 as he was the previous Tacksman of Callich, and a Co-Tenant with his father Ewen MacMillan (alias Cameron) before him. The oldest document is the Baptism for Duncan MacMillan in 1801, which gives the parents as John MacMillan and Mary MacLean. Prior to this there are some historical accounts, but I have no actual documented events for John or his wife Mary MacLean, nor his brothers Ewen, Donald and Angus (and supposedly another Ewen that went to Canada in 1802), and nothing for Ewen Og and his wife Sarah. Ewen Og MacMillan is the link to Callich, which I beleive the Callich (Callicharth) MacMillans were the very same MacMillans as those in Murlaggan and Glenpean (Glenpeinmore), all three areas are adjacent with Murlaggan sandwiched between Glenpean and Callich. The MacMillans were the Tacksmen for Glenpean and Callich for many generations.