John Mcleod was a fisherman at Ardhasaig at the time he was interviewed by Lord Napier in Tarbert. We find him in the 1881 census at 77 Ardhasaig, aged 62 by then. He is married to Christina (58), a wool weaver. Four adult children are mentioned at the same address, namely two sons who are seamen: Murdo (34) and John (32); and two daughters, both general servants: Christina (22) and Maggy (24).
EDIT: Thanks to Direcleit for filling in the gaps before and after 1881:
1871 and the family were in Ardhasaig, John, Murdo & Donald were Fishermen whilst Christy was a Weaveress. Daughters Christy, 11 (Scholar)and Mary ,2 (Servant!) are there too.
An 1861 family in Ardhasaig, comprising John & Chirsty with children Murdoch, John, Duncan, Donald and Chirsty Ann appears to be them.
In 1851, John had been a Road Labourer in Ardhasaig and the boys Murdoch,5, John,2 & Duncan, 6 months, are shown.
Following the Napier commission in 1883, we find John in 1891 as a Retired fisherman at No 6 Ardhasaig together with Christy who is now a Weaveress (Tweed)whilst daughter Christy A is a Wool Spinner.
John Mcleod passed away on 27 September 1903 at the age of 85, having suffered from gangrene of the lungs for 14 days. The names of his parents are given as John Mcleod and Chirsty Macaskill. John's own wife Christy is mentioned as being deceased at the time of his own death.