IanMcD Names from the book "Ian MacDonald from Glenurquhart" by Peter Grant (1927).

Although no actual dates were shown in the book, I believe it was set around the mid 1850's -
here are some of the names in the book.

Ian MacDonald of Glenurquhart (married) Isobel MacLennan of Croch-an-Athchat (father John)
Ian's mother was Jean Grant and his great grandfather one of the seven men of Glenmoriston.
Croch-an-Athchat Minister - Rev. Mr. Robertson
Aberfeldy Minister - Rev. Mr. Reid
Bridemaid - Miss Nancy Morrison
Groomsman - Finlay Mhor (Big Finlay)
Mrs. Janet Cameron of Dalwhinnie
Willie Grant of Glen Urquhart
Duncan McPherson of Glen Urquhart
Corrie Chulie (cattle dealer)
John McMillan of Glen Urquhart

From Elizabeth Brownell:
The Ian MacDonald book you refer to -  according to the IGI  John MacDonald married  Isobel MacLennan 27 January 1865 Glen Urquhart (a Registrar look up unfortunately), and John would appear to be baptised 19 May 1839 the son of Duncan McDonald  or McDonell and Janet Grant, married 26 July 1832 Glen Urquhart and Glenmoriston.   A Duncan that might be possible is one bap 14 Oct 1806 son of Evan McDonell and Catharine Grant.  Cannot find a marriage for them.  The name McDonell might indicate a Glenmoriston connection.  They kept the McDonell spelling in Glenmoriston, a while after Glen Urquhart
From Donnie Cameron:
If memory serves me right Aberfeldy is in Perthshire,  Dalwhinnie for definate lies about 50 miles South of Inverness on the A9 and  is the highest village in the Highlands and home to a fine Distillary. Corrie
Chule is a misspelling pronounced Corry Hoil who was a very famous cattle drover and dealer in mid  to late 19th century Highlands. his real name was John Cameron , a self made  man who started life as a cattle herd. He is burried in the old cemetery in  Fort Augustus but hailed from Lochaber.