Approximately 200 men, including "several Camerons"
came on the evening of October 8, 1598 "under cloud and silence of night
by way of brigandage" to the dwelling of George Dunbar of Moyness, where
they burnt a handful of homes and took away three score and ten horses,
among numerous other personal possessions.
The men listed as being involved in this raid include a goodly number of Camerons and those from the various tribes of Clan Cameron. Among the so named perpetrators was Allan Cameron, XVI Captain and Chief of Clan Cameron and twenty six other Camerons of noteworthy families.