Eileen and Rodney Turner have both conducted impressive research into their ancestors but have not yet made this into a website.
Sir John MacNeill is the closest claim to fame. He came to medical school in Edinburgh from the family home on Colonsay, and lived in a house built for them in Queen Street. In later life he wrote government reports on the Crimean disaster (18xx), and the crisis in the Highlands (1851).
Rodney Turner's other extraordinary interests include Trollope. Best eaten with onions, but also a Victorian author of great repute.