Item 019 - Campbell Pedigrees

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GB 3452 ARG-11-02-019


Campbell Pedigrees


  • early 20th century (Creation)

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Notes, several in family tree form, of families connected to the Campbells, and the Campbells of: Glensaddell, now (1774) of Newfield; (Pages pasted together); Auchinbreck; Craignisch (sic); Bragleen; Kinnochtree’s descent from the Lyons of Glamis and Provost Donald Murray of Inveraray; Glenlyon and Duneaves; Inverawe connection to the Turner ferrymen; Balgairsho; Bragleen cadets; Peatoun, held lands direct from the Crown; Inverawe Cadets, the Duncansons in Inveraray; Achalader; Dalmarkglen (largely deleted by stroking through); Auchinryre; 8th Duke’s maternal ancestors the Glassels of Longniddry and Browns of Colston; Cadell of Cockenzie, also descent from Browns of Colston; Barbreck note; Craignish, from Auchinbreck and Craignish MSS; Loudoun pedigree; Stewart, later Menteith, of Lennox and Rusky; Skipness, and connection to the Macmillans of Dunmore; Edinample descent from Glenorchy to daughters; Dugald MacCondachie at Ballymenach in Lismore, mentioned in the Black Book of Taymouth, 1585 [Editor’s note: part of the plantation of relatives of Campbell of Inverawe on that island]; Ellengreig, and maternal descent from Drummond of Maddertie; Skipness, lands formerly held and changed to a feu holding 1749-59; Campbell-Maclean marriage extracts; Campbell “of the Citadel” descendant, late vicar of Market Deeping. Craignish lands post 1751, parts sold to: Lochnell in 1777, MacDougall of Lunga 1780, Barbreck in 1780. Duntroon lands (Niall of Duntroon vested in, no date); Duntroon, formerly of Raschoille; Barbreck lands and tenants, 1767; Glendaruel lands forfeited from Colin Campbell in 1715; McLiver and Campbell ancestors of Lord Clyde and US General George B McClellan [Editor’s note, latter part not proven]; Monzie descent from Lagvinshschoch and Glenorchy; Rosneath families, from tombstones; Peatoun additions; Drimdarroch and Inverliver, “both cadets of Barbreck”; Sonachan notes; Glenorchy, Duncan, 2nd laird, note on marriage to Margaret, daughter of George Douglas 5th earl of Angus, in 1479; Sister of the 7th earl of Argyll to James Stewart, Lord Doune, father of the 2nd earl of Moray, 11th January 1563; Balliveolan, kin to the MacDougalls of Dunollie. Patrick MacDougall of Dunollie’s daughter Ann Colina married Patrick Campbell of Balliveolan, and another daughter, Mary Jane, married Charles Hale Monro. Mary Jane’s daughter, Harriet Elizabeth Hale Monro, married Ann Colina’s son, Captain Donald Patrick Campbell of Balliveolan; meaning of terms “Eme”, and “Oy”; McCorquodale/McCorkindale note; Glasgow merchants; Campbell, Paton, Young, Orr and Denny, all related; Skipness Campbell and Graham marriage mentioned in the Dewar MSS; Elizabeth Gunning’s Irish ancestry [Editor’s note: as first the wife of the Duke of Hamilton (married 14th February 1752) and then the 5th Duke of Argyll (married 3rd March 1759) she was the mother of four dukes].Graham of Menteith ancestry, according to W M G Easton; Kinloch extract from Barcaldine tree; Auchinbreck cadets, Fernoch and Kilduskland; Campbell witnesses and full list of assize members at the trial of James Stewart of the Glens.

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          Catalogued by Duncan Beaton, entry created by A Diamond, 04/01/2020

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