Neil Shaw married Euphemia Logan in 1852 and the first of their (at least eleven) children was born on Islay. However, these were hard times on the island, with the hardship of the potato famine had begun to hit some years earlier. The Campbell owners went bankrupt and administrators carried out some land clearances. In 1853 the estates of Islay were split up and sold off. By 1855 Neil Shaw and his family were in Largo Parish. The record of the birth of their third child James places the family at 'Lundie Muirton' and records Neil's occupation as a forester. Muirton can be seen on the 1854 map below, to the south east of Blacketyside. The 1861 census places the Shaw family (now with five children) at one of the houses on Blacketyside Farm (noting that the house has 8 rooms with one or more windows).
Anyway, the name of Neil Shaw, who had acted as forester on Lundin Estate for three decades, lives on both in the name of the 13th hole on the golf course and in the local name for the wooded area alongside this part of the course. For many decades after the Shaws left, the woods between Silverburn and Sunnybraes were referred to as 'Neil Shaw's Woods'. If you know anything more of Neil Shaw - please comment.