File 009 - Glendaruel estate papers

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GB 3452 CG-009

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Glendaruel estate papers

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  • 1777-1841 (Creation)

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(1902 - [1985])

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Citation, Edinburgh, 24th December 1777, three Boyle sisters in Greenock as heirs to their uncle, Dr James Stewart of Christwell, against a pretended claimant, James Laurence Boyle.
Tack of Kenuachtrach and ferry on Jura, 9th April 1779, between the 5th Duke of Argyll and Duncan, son of the recently deceased Duncan Campbell of Glendaruel, on behalf of his uncle Donald.
Letter, Chidabucto, Nova Scotia, 16th February 1785, John Stewart to Major Colin Campbell, late 71st Regiment of Foot, regarding property in the area.
Proofs or evidence taken, Kilmodan, 20th November 1789, collected from the tenants by James McAlister, Lamont's factor, concerning the marches with Lephinkill and Achnagarron in Glendaruel. 1789. The proofs give the names and ages of many tenants giving evidence.
Financial statement, November 1789 to November 1790, for Colonel John Campbell of Glendaruel, then Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Montreal, Canada.
Nomination of executor by Christina or Christy Kelburn, Greenock, 18th December 1793, in favour of her husband Duncan Campbell.
Letter, Edinburgh, 19th July 1802, John Campbell quartus WS to Duncan Campbell of Glendaruel, regarding outstanding money matters.
Application for the Lease of the farm of Evanachan, 2nd April 1804, by John Clark, tenant, with added note by Duncan Campbell of Glendaruel stating he has let one half to Archibald Crawford in Largymore and John Clark the other half, for 8 years.
Response to a Process of Sequestration brought against William Warden and Alexander McAusland, Tacksmen of Moybeg and Moymore, by Mrs Lillias Campbell of Glendaruel regarding payments of rents (undated).
Proposed lease of Lephinkill Farm, Whitsun 1823, between Miss Elizabeth Campbell of Glendaruel and Alexander McCassland [McAusland] and Ivy [Ivie - male name] Warden.
Letter, Orchyard, 16th January 1821, James Stewart to Miss Elizabeth Campbell of Glendaruel, concerning the problems dealing with Messrs Hyde and Blair in relation to Tacks - see 12 and 13 above.
Proposed lease, Gendaruel House, May (Whitsun) 1823.
Letter, Ormidale, 1st July 1841, John Campbell of Ormidale to local heritors including Glendaruel, outlining the previous disputes over a landing place for coals at the head of Loch Riddon and the proposals for a quay there.

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      This citation gives interesting genealogical details of the family of Joshua Boyle, surgeon in Stair's Horse, and his wife Agnes Stewart (see CG/004 (ALC 16)).

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      Donald Campbell, tacksman of Kenuachtrach, was an uncle of Duncan Campbell of Glendaruel (died 1814), he appears in LG as the grandfather of Captain Neil Campbell. According to LG Colin died in 1779, Herbert Campbell's "Pedigrees" say 1799, so this is further proof he was alive in 1785.

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      Christina Kelburn married Duncan Campbell in 1784 and he married his second wife Helen Campbell in 1799, from the shaky hand of Christy's signature she was near death in 1793.

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      There is no date on the Warden and McAusland Response, but Mrs Lillias Campbell succeeded her brother Duncan on the 19th January 1814 and died 27th August 1820: the McAusland and Warden family connection obviously continued after this event.

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