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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Roger
 

Hi Eliz,
Im afraid this isnt the same Colin Islay Campbell who was born 1885 the son of William Campbell & Jessie Campbell, its very confusing but Charles has it right in his Campbell Tree.
Regards Roger
 

From: Liz D
Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish
 

This was listed on the Queensland, Australia Government of Births, Deaths, and Marriages Website

 

Death Registration:

Colin Islay Campbell

Death date:

29/12/1970

Mother's name:

Jessie Sinclair

Father/parent's name:

William Campbell

Registration details:

1971/C/1024

 

Retrieved from: https://www.familyhistory.bdm.qld.gov.au/details/558e9f22a69e2a5a67924fb051fd883f7202a4790c30daaeef4715608f113253

 

However there was this listing there too:

 

Colin Campbell
Event date: 23/09/1925
Event type: Death registration
Registration details: 1925/C/4738

Mother: Elizabeth Proctor
Father/parent: Colin Campbell

 

 

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From: Cas Houston
Sent: Monday, October 19, 2020 8:29 PM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

 

Hi Elizabeth,

Looks like Jessie's sister Catherine Mary Campbell married a John Sinclair.

I think your two Campbell trees will go as below.

Good luck with your research.

Regards

Charles

=================

First Generation

1.  Alexander CAMPBELL was born about 1765 in Scotland but not
Argyllshire on 1841 Census. In Jun 1841 he was a Farmer in Inverinachy,
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. He died after Jun 1841
Janet THOMSON was born about 1782.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Janet THOMSON had the following children:
     +2    i.    John CAMPBELL, born 24 Aug 1803, Kilchrenan And
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     +3    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL, born 28 Aug 1805, Kilchrenan, Argyll,
Scotland; married Elizabeth PROCTOR, 11 May 1846.
     4    iii.    Margaret CAMPBELL was born on 4 Dec 1807 in Kilchrenan
And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     5    iv.    Jean CAMPBELL was born on 24 Dec 1809 in Kilchrenan And
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Second Generation

2.  John CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 24 Aug 1803 in Kilchrenan
And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer 100 acres 12
arable in Cabrachan Farm House.

Margaret MACTAVISH, daughter of MCKELLAR, was born in 1813 in Kilmartin,
Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1872 at the age of 59 in Kilmore, Argyll,
Scotland.

John CAMPBELL and Margaret MACTAVISH had the following children:
     6    i.    Janet CAMPBELL was born on 19 Dec 1839 in Inverinachy,
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died before 1847 at the
age of 8.
     +7    ii.    Alexander CAMPBELL, born 4 Jan 1842, Kilchrenan And
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Catherine MCKELLAR, 1875, Kilmartin,
Argyll, Scotland.
     8    iii.    Janet CAMPBELL was born in 1847 in Kilmore, Argyll,
Scotland.
     9    iv.    Donald CAMPBELL was born in 1851 in Kilmore & Kilbride,
Argyll, Scotland.
     10    v.    Isabella CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Kilmore &
Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.
     11    vi.    Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1857 in Kilmore & Kilbride,
Argyll, Scotland.


3.  Colin CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 28 Aug 1805 in Kilchrenan,
Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1861 he was a Farmer in Drimdarroch
Farm,Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR were married on 11 May 1846 at
Kilchrenan & Dalvich, Argyll. Elizabeth PROCTOR, daughter of George
PROCTOR and Elizabeth LIGHTBOURN, was born in 1816 in Muckairn, Argyll,
Scotland Re 1861 Census. She died in 1881 at the age of 65 in Kilninian
& Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR had the following children:
     +12    i.    Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL, born 11 Mar 1847,
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Roderick MCLELLAN, 1875, Kilninian &
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     13    ii.    Alexander CAMPBELL was born on 11 Oct 1848 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
     +14    iii.    William CAMPBELL, born 25 Apr 1850, Dalavich,
Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census; married Jessie CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883,
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow.
     15    iv.    Elizabeth CAMPBELL was born on 25 Jul 1851 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     16    v.    Mary CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland Re 1881 Census.
     17    vi.    Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1855 in Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland Re 1881 Census.
     18    vii.    Christina "Christy" CAMPBELL was born on 3 Mar 1857
in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1859 at the age of 2 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re SRO 517/2 2.
     +19    viii.    Margaret Ann CAMPBELL, born 6 May 1859, Drimdarroch
Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census; married Donald
FLETCHER, 1881, Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     20    ix.    Ann CAMPBELL was born on 26 Apr 1862 in Drimdarroch
farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

7.  Alexander CAMPBELL (John-2, Alexander-1) was born on 4 Jan 1842 in
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1881 he was a Farmer
50 acres 15 arable in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR were married in 1875 in
Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. Catherine MCKELLAR was born in 1846 in
Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR had the following children:
     21    i.    Catherine CAMPBELL was born in 1877 in Cabrachan,
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     22    ii.    Margaret CAMPBELL was born in 1879 in Cabrachan,
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     23    iii.    Sarah CAMPBELL was born about Feb 1881 in Cabrachan,
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

12.  Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on
11 Mar 1847 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL and Roderick MCLELLAN were married in
1875 in Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Roderick MCLELLAN was
born about 1844.

Roderick MCLELLAN and Janet Thomson CAMPBELL had the following child:
     24    i.    Mary McDonald MCLELLAN was born in 1876 in Govan,
Glasgow,  Lanark, Scotland.


14.  William CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 25 Apr 1850 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. Jessie CAMPBELL, daughter of Peter CAMPBELL
and Christian MCGIBBON, was born about 1848 in Killin, Perth, Scotland.
She died in 1888.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
     25    i.    Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton,
Argyll, Scotland.
     26    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse,
Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

19.  Margaret Ann CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 6 May 1859
in Drimdarroch Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census.

Margaret Ann CAMPBELL and Donald FLETCHER were married in 1881 in
Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Donald FLETCHER was born about 1855.

=========

First Generation

1.  Peter CAMPBELL was born about 1810.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON were married on 17 Nov 1833 in
Kenmore, Argyll, Scotland. Christian MCGIBBON was born about 1814.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON had the following children:

     2    i.    John CAMPBELL was born on 7 Nov 1834 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland.
     3    ii.    Christian CAMPBELL was born on 13 Sep 1836 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland.
     4    iii.    Jane CAMPBELL was born on 23 Apr 1838 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland.
     5    iv.    Jean CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland.
     6    v.    Peter CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland. In Apr 1881 she was a Farmer of 500 acres, 100 Arable in
Ardindrochit, Torosay.
     +7    vi.    Catherine Mary CAMPBELL, born 10 Oct 1845, Killin,
Perth, Scotland; married John SINCLAIR, 1868, Glenorchy And Inishail,
Argyll, Scotland 7621022; died 1911, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
     +8    vii.    Jessie CAMPBELL, born 1848, Killin, Perth, Scotland;
married William CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883, Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow; died 1888.

Second Generation

7.  Catherine Mary CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born on 10 Oct 1845 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland. She died in 1911 at the age of 66 in Torosay, Argyll,
Scotland.

Catherine Mary CAMPBELL and John SINCLAIR were married in 1868 in
Glenorchy And Inishail, Argyll, Scotland 7621022. John SINCLAIR was born
in 1839 in Inishail, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer of
600 acres in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland. He died in 1915 at the age of 76 in Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.

John SINCLAIR and Catherine Mary CAMPBELL had the following children:

     9    i.    Donald SINCLAIR was born in 1869 in Craignamoraig Farm,
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     +10    ii.    Christina Jessie SINCLAIR, born Mar 1871,
Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married
James MERRY, 1897, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
     11    iii.    Mary SINCLAIR was born in 1873 in Glasgow, Lanark,
Scotland.

8.  Jessie CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born in 1848 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland. She died in 1888 at the age of 40.

Jessie CAMPBELL and William CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. William CAMPBELL, son of Colin CAMPBELL and
Elizabeth PROCTOR, was born on 25 Apr 1850 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland
Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
     12    i.    Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton,
Argyll, Scotland.
     13    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse,
Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

10.  Christina Jessie SINCLAIR (Catherine Mary CAMPBELL-2, Peter-1) was
born in Mar 1871 in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland.

Christina Jessie SINCLAIR and James MERRY were married in 1897 in
Torosay, Argyll, Scotland. James MERRY was born in 1859 in Torosay,
Argyll, Scotland.




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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Liz D
 

This was listed on the Queensland, Australia Government of Births, Deaths, and Marriages Website

 

Death Registration:

Colin Islay Campbell

Death date:

29/12/1970

Mother's name:

Jessie Sinclair

Father/parent's name:

William Campbell

Registration details:

1971/C/1024

 

Retrieved from: https://www.familyhistory.bdm.qld.gov.au/details/558e9f22a69e2a5a67924fb051fd883f7202a4790c30daaeef4715608f113253

 

However there was this listing there too:

 

Colin Campbell
Event date: 23/09/1925
Event type: Death registration
Registration details: 1925/C/4738

Mother: Elizabeth Proctor
Father/parent: Colin Campbell

 

 

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From: Cas Houston
Sent: Monday, October 19, 2020 8:29 PM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

 

Hi Elizabeth,

Looks like Jessie's sister Catherine Mary Campbell married a John Sinclair.

I think your two Campbell trees will go as below.

Good luck with your research.

Regards

Charles

=================

First Generation

1.  Alexander CAMPBELL was born about 1765 in Scotland but not
Argyllshire on 1841 Census. In Jun 1841 he was a Farmer in Inverinachy,
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. He died after Jun 1841
Janet THOMSON was born about 1782.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Janet THOMSON had the following children:
     +2    i.    John CAMPBELL, born 24 Aug 1803, Kilchrenan And
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     +3    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL, born 28 Aug 1805, Kilchrenan, Argyll,
Scotland; married Elizabeth PROCTOR, 11 May 1846.
     4    iii.    Margaret CAMPBELL was born on 4 Dec 1807 in Kilchrenan
And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     5    iv.    Jean CAMPBELL was born on 24 Dec 1809 in Kilchrenan And
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Second Generation

2.  John CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 24 Aug 1803 in Kilchrenan
And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer 100 acres 12
arable in Cabrachan Farm House.

Margaret MACTAVISH, daughter of MCKELLAR, was born in 1813 in Kilmartin,
Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1872 at the age of 59 in Kilmore, Argyll,
Scotland.

John CAMPBELL and Margaret MACTAVISH had the following children:
     6    i.    Janet CAMPBELL was born on 19 Dec 1839 in Inverinachy,
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died before 1847 at the
age of 8.
     +7    ii.    Alexander CAMPBELL, born 4 Jan 1842, Kilchrenan And
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Catherine MCKELLAR, 1875, Kilmartin,
Argyll, Scotland.
     8    iii.    Janet CAMPBELL was born in 1847 in Kilmore, Argyll,
Scotland.
     9    iv.    Donald CAMPBELL was born in 1851 in Kilmore & Kilbride,
Argyll, Scotland.
     10    v.    Isabella CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Kilmore &
Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.
     11    vi.    Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1857 in Kilmore & Kilbride,
Argyll, Scotland.


3.  Colin CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 28 Aug 1805 in Kilchrenan,
Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1861 he was a Farmer in Drimdarroch
Farm,Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR were married on 11 May 1846 at
Kilchrenan & Dalvich, Argyll. Elizabeth PROCTOR, daughter of George
PROCTOR and Elizabeth LIGHTBOURN, was born in 1816 in Muckairn, Argyll,
Scotland Re 1861 Census. She died in 1881 at the age of 65 in Kilninian
& Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR had the following children:
     +12    i.    Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL, born 11 Mar 1847,
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Roderick MCLELLAN, 1875, Kilninian &
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     13    ii.    Alexander CAMPBELL was born on 11 Oct 1848 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
     +14    iii.    William CAMPBELL, born 25 Apr 1850, Dalavich,
Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census; married Jessie CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883,
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow.
     15    iv.    Elizabeth CAMPBELL was born on 25 Jul 1851 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     16    v.    Mary CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland Re 1881 Census.
     17    vi.    Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1855 in Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland Re 1881 Census.
     18    vii.    Christina "Christy" CAMPBELL was born on 3 Mar 1857
in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1859 at the age of 2 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re SRO 517/2 2.
     +19    viii.    Margaret Ann CAMPBELL, born 6 May 1859, Drimdarroch
Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census; married Donald
FLETCHER, 1881, Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     20    ix.    Ann CAMPBELL was born on 26 Apr 1862 in Drimdarroch
farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

7.  Alexander CAMPBELL (John-2, Alexander-1) was born on 4 Jan 1842 in
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1881 he was a Farmer
50 acres 15 arable in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR were married in 1875 in
Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. Catherine MCKELLAR was born in 1846 in
Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR had the following children:
     21    i.    Catherine CAMPBELL was born in 1877 in Cabrachan,
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     22    ii.    Margaret CAMPBELL was born in 1879 in Cabrachan,
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
     23    iii.    Sarah CAMPBELL was born about Feb 1881 in Cabrachan,
Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

12.  Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on
11 Mar 1847 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL and Roderick MCLELLAN were married in
1875 in Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Roderick MCLELLAN was
born about 1844.

Roderick MCLELLAN and Janet Thomson CAMPBELL had the following child:
     24    i.    Mary McDonald MCLELLAN was born in 1876 in Govan,
Glasgow,  Lanark, Scotland.


14.  William CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 25 Apr 1850 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. Jessie CAMPBELL, daughter of Peter CAMPBELL
and Christian MCGIBBON, was born about 1848 in Killin, Perth, Scotland.
She died in 1888.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
     25    i.    Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton,
Argyll, Scotland.
     26    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse,
Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

19.  Margaret Ann CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 6 May 1859
in Drimdarroch Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census.

Margaret Ann CAMPBELL and Donald FLETCHER were married in 1881 in
Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Donald FLETCHER was born about 1855.

=========

First Generation

1.  Peter CAMPBELL was born about 1810.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON were married on 17 Nov 1833 in
Kenmore, Argyll, Scotland. Christian MCGIBBON was born about 1814.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON had the following children:

     2    i.    John CAMPBELL was born on 7 Nov 1834 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland.
     3    ii.    Christian CAMPBELL was born on 13 Sep 1836 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland.
     4    iii.    Jane CAMPBELL was born on 23 Apr 1838 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland.
     5    iv.    Jean CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland.
     6    v.    Peter CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland. In Apr 1881 she was a Farmer of 500 acres, 100 Arable in
Ardindrochit, Torosay.
     +7    vi.    Catherine Mary CAMPBELL, born 10 Oct 1845, Killin,
Perth, Scotland; married John SINCLAIR, 1868, Glenorchy And Inishail,
Argyll, Scotland 7621022; died 1911, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
     +8    vii.    Jessie CAMPBELL, born 1848, Killin, Perth, Scotland;
married William CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883, Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow; died 1888.

Second Generation

7.  Catherine Mary CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born on 10 Oct 1845 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland. She died in 1911 at the age of 66 in Torosay, Argyll,
Scotland.

Catherine Mary CAMPBELL and John SINCLAIR were married in 1868 in
Glenorchy And Inishail, Argyll, Scotland 7621022. John SINCLAIR was born
in 1839 in Inishail, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer of
600 acres in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland. He died in 1915 at the age of 76 in Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.

John SINCLAIR and Catherine Mary CAMPBELL had the following children:

     9    i.    Donald SINCLAIR was born in 1869 in Craignamoraig Farm,
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
     +10    ii.    Christina Jessie SINCLAIR, born Mar 1871,
Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married
James MERRY, 1897, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
     11    iii.    Mary SINCLAIR was born in 1873 in Glasgow, Lanark,
Scotland.

8.  Jessie CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born in 1848 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland. She died in 1888 at the age of 40.

Jessie CAMPBELL and William CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. William CAMPBELL, son of Colin CAMPBELL and
Elizabeth PROCTOR, was born on 25 Apr 1850 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland
Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
     12    i.    Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton,
Argyll, Scotland.
     13    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse,
Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

10.  Christina Jessie SINCLAIR (Catherine Mary CAMPBELL-2, Peter-1) was
born in Mar 1871 in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland.

Christina Jessie SINCLAIR and James MERRY were married in 1897 in
Torosay, Argyll, Scotland. James MERRY was born in 1859 in Torosay,
Argyll, Scotland.




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REPLY : [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

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Hi Cas Houston
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From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cas Houston
Sent: October 19, 2020 2:41 PM
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Subject: Re: [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Hi Elizabeth,

Looks like Jessie's sister Catherine Mary Campbell married a John Sinclair.

I think your two Campbell trees will go as below.

Good luck with your research.

Regards

Charles

=================

First Generation

1. Alexander CAMPBELL was born about 1765 in Scotland but not Argyllshire on 1841 Census. In Jun 1841 he was a Farmer in Inverinachy, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. He died after Jun 1841 Janet THOMSON was born about 1782.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Janet THOMSON had the following children:
+2 i. John CAMPBELL, born 24 Aug 1803, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
+3 ii. Colin CAMPBELL, born 28 Aug 1805, Kilchrenan, Argyll, Scotland; married Elizabeth PROCTOR, 11 May 1846.
4 iii. Margaret CAMPBELL was born on 4 Dec 1807 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
5 iv. Jean CAMPBELL was born on 24 Dec 1809 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Second Generation

2. John CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 24 Aug 1803 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer 100 acres 12 arable in Cabrachan Farm House.

Margaret MACTAVISH, daughter of MCKELLAR, was born in 1813 in Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1872 at the age of 59 in Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

John CAMPBELL and Margaret MACTAVISH had the following children:
6 i. Janet CAMPBELL was born on 19 Dec 1839 in Inverinachy, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died before 1847 at the age of 8.
+7 ii. Alexander CAMPBELL, born 4 Jan 1842, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Catherine MCKELLAR, 1875, Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland.
8 iii. Janet CAMPBELL was born in 1847 in Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
9 iv. Donald CAMPBELL was born in 1851 in Kilmore & Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.
10 v. Isabella CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Kilmore & Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.
11 vi. Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1857 in Kilmore & Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.


3. Colin CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 28 Aug 1805 in Kilchrenan, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1861 he was a Farmer in Drimdarroch Farm,Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR were married on 11 May 1846 at Kilchrenan & Dalvich, Argyll. Elizabeth PROCTOR, daughter of George PROCTOR and Elizabeth LIGHTBOURN, was born in 1816 in Muckairn, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861 Census. She died in 1881 at the age of 65 in Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR had the following children:
+12 i. Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL, born 11 Mar 1847, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Roderick MCLELLAN, 1875, Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
13 ii. Alexander CAMPBELL was born on 11 Oct 1848 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
+14 iii. William CAMPBELL, born 25 Apr 1850, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census; married Jessie CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883, Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow.
15 iv. Elizabeth CAMPBELL was born on 25 Jul 1851 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
16 v. Mary CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
17 vi. Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1855 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
18 vii. Christina "Christy" CAMPBELL was born on 3 Mar 1857 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1859 at the age of 2 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re SRO 517/2 2.
+19 viii. Margaret Ann CAMPBELL, born 6 May 1859, Drimdarroch Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census; married Donald FLETCHER, 1881, Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
20 ix. Ann CAMPBELL was born on 26 Apr 1862 in Drimdarroch farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

7. Alexander CAMPBELL (John-2, Alexander-1) was born on 4 Jan 1842 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1881 he was a Farmer
50 acres 15 arable in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR were married in 1875 in Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. Catherine MCKELLAR was born in 1846 in Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR had the following children:
21 i. Catherine CAMPBELL was born in 1877 in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
22 ii. Margaret CAMPBELL was born in 1879 in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
23 iii. Sarah CAMPBELL was born about Feb 1881 in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

12. Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on
11 Mar 1847 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL and Roderick MCLELLAN were married in
1875 in Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Roderick MCLELLAN was born about 1844.

Roderick MCLELLAN and Janet Thomson CAMPBELL had the following child:
24 i. Mary McDonald MCLELLAN was born in 1876 in Govan, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.


14. William CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 25 Apr 1850 in
Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. Jessie CAMPBELL, daughter of Peter CAMPBELL
and Christian MCGIBBON, was born about 1848 in Killin, Perth, Scotland.
She died in 1888.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
25 i. Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton,
Argyll, Scotland.
26 ii. Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse,
Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

19. Margaret Ann CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 6 May 1859
in Drimdarroch Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census.

Margaret Ann CAMPBELL and Donald FLETCHER were married in 1881 in
Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Donald FLETCHER was born about 1855.

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First Generation

1. Peter CAMPBELL was born about 1810.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON were married on 17 Nov 1833 in
Kenmore, Argyll, Scotland. Christian MCGIBBON was born about 1814.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON had the following children:

2 i. John CAMPBELL was born on 7 Nov 1834 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland.
3 ii. Christian CAMPBELL was born on 13 Sep 1836 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland.
4 iii. Jane CAMPBELL was born on 23 Apr 1838 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland.
5 iv. Jean CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland.
6 v. Peter CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland. In Apr 1881 she was a Farmer of 500 acres, 100 Arable in
Ardindrochit, Torosay.
+7 vi. Catherine Mary CAMPBELL, born 10 Oct 1845, Killin,
Perth, Scotland; married John SINCLAIR, 1868, Glenorchy And Inishail,
Argyll, Scotland 7621022; died 1911, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
+8 vii. Jessie CAMPBELL, born 1848, Killin, Perth, Scotland;
married William CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883, Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow; died 1888.

Second Generation

7. Catherine Mary CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born on 10 Oct 1845 in Killin,
Perth, Scotland. She died in 1911 at the age of 66 in Torosay, Argyll,
Scotland.

Catherine Mary CAMPBELL and John SINCLAIR were married in 1868 in
Glenorchy And Inishail, Argyll, Scotland 7621022. John SINCLAIR was born
in 1839 in Inishail, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer of
600 acres in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland. He died in 1915 at the age of 76 in Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.

John SINCLAIR and Catherine Mary CAMPBELL had the following children:

9 i. Donald SINCLAIR was born in 1869 in Craignamoraig Farm,
Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
+10 ii. Christina Jessie SINCLAIR, born Mar 1871,
Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married
James MERRY, 1897, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
11 iii. Mary SINCLAIR was born in 1873 in Glasgow, Lanark,
Scotland.

8. Jessie CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born in 1848 in Killin, Perth,
Scotland. She died in 1888 at the age of 40.

Jessie CAMPBELL and William CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in
Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. William CAMPBELL, son of Colin CAMPBELL and
Elizabeth PROCTOR, was born on 25 Apr 1850 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland
Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
12 i. Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton,
Argyll, Scotland.
13 ii. Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse,
Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

10. Christina Jessie SINCLAIR (Catherine Mary CAMPBELL-2, Peter-1) was
born in Mar 1871 in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll,
Scotland.

Christina Jessie SINCLAIR and James MERRY were married in 1897 in
Torosay, Argyll, Scotland. James MERRY was born in 1859 in Torosay,
Argyll, Scotland.




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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Cas Houston <cmcfhouston@...>
 

Hi Elizabeth,

Looks like Jessie's sister Catherine Mary Campbell married a John Sinclair.

I think your two Campbell trees will go as below.

Good luck with your research.

Regards

Charles

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First Generation

1.  Alexander CAMPBELL was born about 1765 in Scotland but not Argyllshire on 1841 Census. In Jun 1841 he was a Farmer in Inverinachy, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. He died after Jun 1841
Janet THOMSON was born about 1782.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Janet THOMSON had the following children:
    +2    i.    John CAMPBELL, born 24 Aug 1803, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
    +3    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL, born 28 Aug 1805, Kilchrenan, Argyll, Scotland; married Elizabeth PROCTOR, 11 May 1846.
    4    iii.    Margaret CAMPBELL was born on 4 Dec 1807 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
    5    iv.    Jean CAMPBELL was born on 24 Dec 1809 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Second Generation

2.  John CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 24 Aug 1803 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer 100 acres 12 arable in Cabrachan Farm House.

Margaret MACTAVISH, daughter of MCKELLAR, was born in 1813 in Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1872 at the age of 59 in Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

John CAMPBELL and Margaret MACTAVISH had the following children:
    6    i.    Janet CAMPBELL was born on 19 Dec 1839 in Inverinachy, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died before 1847 at the age of 8.
    +7    ii.    Alexander CAMPBELL, born 4 Jan 1842, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Catherine MCKELLAR, 1875, Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland.
    8    iii.    Janet CAMPBELL was born in 1847 in Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
    9    iv.    Donald CAMPBELL was born in 1851 in Kilmore & Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.
    10    v.    Isabella CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Kilmore & Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.
    11    vi.    Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1857 in Kilmore & Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.


3.  Colin CAMPBELL (Alexander-1) was born on 28 Aug 1805 in Kilchrenan, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1861 he was a Farmer in Drimdarroch Farm,Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR were married on 11 May 1846 at Kilchrenan & Dalvich, Argyll. Elizabeth PROCTOR, daughter of George PROCTOR and Elizabeth LIGHTBOURN, was born in 1816 in Muckairn, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861 Census. She died in 1881 at the age of 65 in Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR had the following children:
    +12    i.    Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL, born 11 Mar 1847, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married Roderick MCLELLAN, 1875, Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
    13    ii.    Alexander CAMPBELL was born on 11 Oct 1848 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
    +14    iii.    William CAMPBELL, born 25 Apr 1850, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census; married Jessie CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883, Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow.
    15    iv.    Elizabeth CAMPBELL was born on 25 Jul 1851 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
    16    v.    Mary CAMPBELL was born in 1853 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
    17    vi.    Colin CAMPBELL was born in 1855 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.
    18    vii.    Christina "Christy" CAMPBELL was born on 3 Mar 1857 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. She died in 1859 at the age of 2 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re SRO 517/2 2.
    +19    viii.    Margaret Ann CAMPBELL, born 6 May 1859, Drimdarroch Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census; married Donald FLETCHER, 1881, Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
    20    ix.    Ann CAMPBELL was born on 26 Apr 1862 in Drimdarroch farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

7.  Alexander CAMPBELL (John-2, Alexander-1) was born on 4 Jan 1842 in Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1881 he was a Farmer 50 acres 15 arable in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR were married in 1875 in Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland. Catherine MCKELLAR was born in 1846 in Kilbride, Argyll, Scotland.

Alexander CAMPBELL and Catherine MCKELLAR had the following children:
    21    i.    Catherine CAMPBELL was born in 1877 in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
    22    ii.    Margaret CAMPBELL was born in 1879 in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.
    23    iii.    Sarah CAMPBELL was born about Feb 1881 in Cabrachan, Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland.

12.  Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 11 Mar 1847 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Janet Thomson "Jessie" CAMPBELL and Roderick MCLELLAN were married in 1875 in Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Roderick MCLELLAN was born about 1844.

Roderick MCLELLAN and Janet Thomson CAMPBELL had the following child:
    24    i.    Mary McDonald MCLELLAN was born in 1876 in Govan, Glasgow,  Lanark, Scotland.


14.  William CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 25 Apr 1850 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. Jessie CAMPBELL, daughter of Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON, was born about 1848 in Killin, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1888.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
    25    i.    Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.
    26    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse, Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

19.  Margaret Ann CAMPBELL (Colin-2, Alexander-1) was born on 6 May 1859 in Drimdarroch Farm, Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1861/1881 Census.

Margaret Ann CAMPBELL and Donald FLETCHER were married in 1881 in Kilninian & Kilmore, Argyll, Scotland. Donald FLETCHER was born about 1855.

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First Generation

1.  Peter CAMPBELL was born about 1810.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON were married on 17 Nov 1833 in Kenmore, Argyll, Scotland. Christian MCGIBBON was born about 1814.

Peter CAMPBELL and Christian MCGIBBON had the following children:

    2    i.    John CAMPBELL was born on 7 Nov 1834 in Killin, Perth, Scotland.
    3    ii.    Christian CAMPBELL was born on 13 Sep 1836 in Killin, Perth, Scotland.
    4    iii.    Jane CAMPBELL was born on 23 Apr 1838 in Killin, Perth, Scotland.
    5    iv.    Jean CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth, Scotland.
    6    v.    Peter CAMPBELL was born on 3 Jun 1842 in Killin, Perth, Scotland. In Apr 1881 she was a Farmer of 500 acres, 100 Arable in Ardindrochit, Torosay.
    +7    vi.    Catherine Mary CAMPBELL, born 10 Oct 1845, Killin, Perth, Scotland; married John SINCLAIR, 1868, Glenorchy And Inishail, Argyll, Scotland 7621022; died 1911, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
    +8    vii.    Jessie CAMPBELL, born 1848, Killin, Perth, Scotland; married William CAMPBELL, 7 Mar 1883, Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow; died 1888.

Second Generation

7.  Catherine Mary CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born on 10 Oct 1845 in Killin, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1911 at the age of 66 in Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.

Catherine Mary CAMPBELL and John SINCLAIR were married in 1868 in Glenorchy And Inishail, Argyll, Scotland 7621022. John SINCLAIR was born in 1839 in Inishail, Argyll, Scotland. In Apr 1871 he was a Farmer of 600 acres in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland. He died in 1915 at the age of 76 in Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.

John SINCLAIR and Catherine Mary CAMPBELL had the following children:

    9    i.    Donald SINCLAIR was born in 1869 in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.
    +10    ii.    Christina Jessie SINCLAIR, born Mar 1871, Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland; married James MERRY, 1897, Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.
    11    iii.    Mary SINCLAIR was born in 1873 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

8.  Jessie CAMPBELL (Peter-1) was born in 1848 in Killin, Perth, Scotland. She died in 1888 at the age of 40.

Jessie CAMPBELL and William CAMPBELL were married on 7 Mar 1883 in Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow. William CAMPBELL, son of Colin CAMPBELL and Elizabeth PROCTOR, was born on 25 Apr 1850 in Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland Re 1881 Census.

William CAMPBELL and Jessie CAMPBELL had the following children:
    12    i.    Christina CAMPBELL was born in 1884 in Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.
    13    ii.    Colin CAMPBELL was born on 12 May 1885 in The Manse, Kildalton, Islay, Argyll, Scotland.

Third Generation

10.  Christina Jessie SINCLAIR (Catherine Mary CAMPBELL-2, Peter-1) was born in Mar 1871 in Craignamoraig Farm, Kilchrenan And Dalavich, Argyll, Scotland.

Christina Jessie SINCLAIR and James MERRY were married in 1897 in Torosay, Argyll, Scotland. James MERRY was born in 1859 in Torosay, Argyll, Scotland.




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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Iain MacIntosh <port.weymss@...>
 

Yes Elizabeth. That site is the government site Scottish records.  You can certainly get them there. It’s a pay site, but if you have the details of who you are looking for and the dates it keeps the cost down.

Regards
Iain 








Iain 



On 19 Oct 2020, at 17:19, elizbethann@... wrote:

Iain:

Thank you for your assistance Sir. The information that you have provided to me appears the most promising based on the limited information that I have to hand. Would you recommend the www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk website for me to request a copy of the birth and marriage certificates of the dates that you have given me? Thank you in advance.

Kind regards,

Elizbeth Campbell


Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Cas Houston <cmcfhouston@...>
 

Thanks Ian, I had suspected Wm was the son of Colin and Elizabeth proctor as they had a lot of chidren at Dalavich as shown on the 1881 census and on familysearch.org but I had no proof, well done, this will give Elizabeth the correct parents for her William and it becomes obvious why his first son was a Colin.

Regards

Charles

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On 19-Oct-20 1:59 PM, Iain MacIntosh wrote:

I have a marriage for William Campbell son of Colin Campbell, Farmer, and Elizabeth Proctor,  born 1850 Dalavich Loch Fyne.  He married Jessie Campbell (Spinster aged 31 years) daughter of Peter Campbell, a Farmer  and Christina McGibbon?  7 Mar 1883  Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow,  7 Mar 1883. ( a Clergyman, Bachelor aged 33 years)  They has a son Colin Islay Campbell born 12 May 1885  at The Manse, Kildalton.

 

Regards

 

Iain MacIntosh    

 

From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cas Houston
Sent: 18 October 2020 18:15
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

 

Sorry, I made an mistake,

Colin Islay Campbell was born in Bowmore in 1885 not 1884.

Regards

Charles Houston

============

On 18-Oct-20 12:02 PM, Chas Houston wrote:

A William Campbell, a minister boarding at Newton Cottage, Bowmore in 1881 was born in Dalavich on loch Fyne and is most likely the son on Donald Campbell and Catherine Bell. His birth was registered at Inverary on the 5th October 1852 which would make him age 28 as shown in the April 1881 Census.

A William Campbell married a Jessie Sinclair in Wick in 1884 the same year Colin Islay Campbell was born in Bowmore.

Regards

Charles Houston

==========

On 16-Oct-20 6:34 PM, elizbethann@... wrote:

Minister William Campbell of Kildalton Parish was my great, great grandfather. The information that I have is as follows:
William Campbell (1853-1893) married Jessie Sinclair (1849-1888). Following her death he emigrated to Babinda, Queensland, Australia with their children Colin Islay Campbell (1886-29/12/1970) and Christina Campbell (1884)
Colin Islay married Alison May Crocker. My grandfather was their eldest son Alexander "Sandy" Colin Campbell (1917-1969), Colin William, Ian 'Dooky" Donald, Heather Alison (1920 - 2008).
Alexander Colin Campbell married first wife Krithia and had one son Alexander Campbell. With his second wife Betty Patricia Kelly (1930-2011) had Ian Alexander Campbell (1955), Bruce (1957), Julie Elizabeth, Patricia Alison.
My father Ian Alexander married Rosemary Jane Diamond (1954). Daughters Elizbeth Ann (1973), Samantha Jane (1975), Rebecca Lyn (1978).

I found a possible entry that William Campbell's parents were Donald Campbell (1795) and Mary McNiven (1821) and that Donald had a brother Malcom Campbell (1855).

Any assistance on tracing Minister William Campbell's or his wife's parents will be truly appreciated.
Elizbeth Ann Campbell

 

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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Liz D
 

Iain:

Thank you for your assistance Sir. The information that you have provided to me appears the most promising based on the limited information that I have to hand. Would you recommend the www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk website for me to request a copy of the birth and marriage certificates of the dates that you have given me? Thank you in advance.

Kind regards,

Elizbeth Campbell


Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Liz D
 

Charles:
Thank you so very much for the valuable information that you have provided to me. I will print it off and keep it for my personal reference. The details that Iain has submitted in response appears to be a closer match in regards to Colin Islay's birth details. At this beginning stage in my search I cannot afford to dismiss any of William Campbell's that had a son named Colin Islay. From your experience are there any Websites that you recommend where I may obtain any birth certificates, marriage certificates, or newspaper articles? I am willing to pay for such copies. Once again, thank you for your assistance.


Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Iain MacIntosh
 

I have a marriage for William Campbell son of Colin Campbell, Farmer, and Elizabeth Proctor,  born 1850 Dalavich Loch Fyne.  He married Jessie Campbell (Spinster aged 31 years) daughter of Peter Campbell, a Farmer  and Christina McGibbon?  7 Mar 1883  Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow,  7 Mar 1883. ( a Clergyman, Bachelor aged 33 years)  They has a son Colin Islay Campbell born 12 May 1885  at The Manse, Kildalton.

 

Regards

 

Iain MacIntosh    

 

From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> On Behalf Of Cas Houston
Sent: 18 October 2020 18:15
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

 

Sorry, I made an mistake,

Colin Islay Campbell was born in Bowmore in 1885 not 1884.

Regards

Charles Houston

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On 18-Oct-20 12:02 PM, Chas Houston wrote:

A William Campbell, a minister boarding at Newton Cottage, Bowmore in 1881 was born in Dalavich on loch Fyne and is most likely the son on Donald Campbell and Catherine Bell. His birth was registered at Inverary on the 5th October 1852 which would make him age 28 as shown in the April 1881 Census.

A William Campbell married a Jessie Sinclair in Wick in 1884 the same year Colin Islay Campbell was born in Bowmore.

Regards

Charles Houston

==========

On 16-Oct-20 6:34 PM, elizbethann@... wrote:

Minister William Campbell of Kildalton Parish was my great, great grandfather. The information that I have is as follows:
William Campbell (1853-1893) married Jessie Sinclair (1849-1888). Following her death he emigrated to Babinda, Queensland, Australia with their children Colin Islay Campbell (1886-29/12/1970) and Christina Campbell (1884)
Colin Islay married Alison May Crocker. My grandfather was their eldest son Alexander "Sandy" Colin Campbell (1917-1969), Colin William, Ian 'Dooky" Donald, Heather Alison (1920 - 2008).
Alexander Colin Campbell married first wife Krithia and had one son Alexander Campbell. With his second wife Betty Patricia Kelly (1930-2011) had Ian Alexander Campbell (1955), Bruce (1957), Julie Elizabeth, Patricia Alison.
My father Ian Alexander married Rosemary Jane Diamond (1954). Daughters Elizbeth Ann (1973), Samantha Jane (1975), Rebecca Lyn (1978).

I found a possible entry that William Campbell's parents were Donald Campbell (1795) and Mary McNiven (1821) and that Donald had a brother Malcom Campbell (1855).

Any assistance on tracing Minister William Campbell's or his wife's parents will be truly appreciated.
Elizbeth Ann Campbell

 

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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Cas Houston <cmcfhouston@...>
 

Sorry, I made an mistake,

Colin Islay Campbell was born in Bowmore in 1885 not 1884.

Regards

Charles Houston

============

On 18-Oct-20 12:02 PM, Chas Houston wrote:

A William Campbell, a minister boarding at Newton Cottage, Bowmore in 1881 was born in Dalavich on loch Fyne and is most likely the son on Donald Campbell and Catherine Bell. His birth was registered at Inverary on the 5th October 1852 which would make him age 28 as shown in the April 1881 Census.

A William Campbell married a Jessie Sinclair in Wick in 1884 the same year Colin Islay Campbell was born in Bowmore.

Regards

Charles Houston

==========

On 16-Oct-20 6:34 PM, elizbethann@... wrote:
Minister William Campbell of Kildalton Parish was my great, great grandfather. The information that I have is as follows:
William Campbell (1853-1893) married Jessie Sinclair (1849-1888). Following her death he emigrated to Babinda, Queensland, Australia with their children Colin Islay Campbell (1886-29/12/1970) and Christina Campbell (1884)
Colin Islay married Alison May Crocker. My grandfather was their eldest son Alexander "Sandy" Colin Campbell (1917-1969), Colin William, Ian 'Dooky" Donald, Heather Alison (1920 - 2008).
Alexander Colin Campbell married first wife Krithia and had one son Alexander Campbell. With his second wife Betty Patricia Kelly (1930-2011) had Ian Alexander Campbell (1955), Bruce (1957), Julie Elizabeth, Patricia Alison.
My father Ian Alexander married Rosemary Jane Diamond (1954). Daughters Elizbeth Ann (1973), Samantha Jane (1975), Rebecca Lyn (1978).

I found a possible entry that William Campbell's parents were Donald Campbell (1795) and Mary McNiven (1821) and that Donald had a brother Malcom Campbell (1855).

Any assistance on tracing Minister William Campbell's or his wife's parents will be truly appreciated.
Elizbeth Ann Campbell

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Re: Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Cas Houston <cmcfhouston@...>
 

A William Campbell, a minister boarding at Newton Cottage, Bowmore in 1881 was born in Dalavich on loch Fyne and is most likely the son on Donald Campbell and Catherine Bell. His birth was registered at Inverary on the 5th October 1852 which would make him age 28 as shown in the April 1881 Census.

A William Campbell married a Jessie Sinclair in Wick in 1884 the same year Colin Islay Campbell was born in Bowmore.

Regards

Charles Houston

==========

On 16-Oct-20 6:34 PM, elizbethann@... wrote:
Minister William Campbell of Kildalton Parish was my great, great grandfather. The information that I have is as follows:
William Campbell (1853-1893) married Jessie Sinclair (1849-1888). Following her death he emigrated to Babinda, Queensland, Australia with their children Colin Islay Campbell (1886-29/12/1970) and Christina Campbell (1884)
Colin Islay married Alison May Crocker. My grandfather was their eldest son Alexander "Sandy" Colin Campbell (1917-1969), Colin William, Ian 'Dooky" Donald, Heather Alison (1920 - 2008).
Alexander Colin Campbell married first wife Krithia and had one son Alexander Campbell. With his second wife Betty Patricia Kelly (1930-2011) had Ian Alexander Campbell (1955), Bruce (1957), Julie Elizabeth, Patricia Alison.
My father Ian Alexander married Rosemary Jane Diamond (1954). Daughters Elizbeth Ann (1973), Samantha Jane (1975), Rebecca Lyn (1978).

I found a possible entry that William Campbell's parents were Donald Campbell (1795) and Mary McNiven (1821) and that Donald had a brother Malcom Campbell (1855).

Any assistance on tracing Minister William Campbell's or his wife's parents will be truly appreciated.
Elizbeth Ann Campbell

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Minister William Campbell (1853-1893) for the Established Free Church of Scotland, Kildalton Parish

Liz D
 

Minister William Campbell of Kildalton Parish was my great, great grandfather. The information that I have is as follows:
William Campbell (1853-1893) married Jessie Sinclair (1849-1888). Following her death he emigrated to Babinda, Queensland, Australia with their children Colin Islay Campbell (1886-29/12/1970) and Christina Campbell (1884)
Colin Islay married Alison May Crocker. My grandfather was their eldest son Alexander "Sandy" Colin Campbell (1917-1969), Colin William, Ian 'Dooky" Donald, Heather Alison (1920 - 2008).
Alexander Colin Campbell married first wife Krithia and had one son Alexander Campbell. With his second wife Betty Patricia Kelly (1930-2011) had Ian Alexander Campbell (1955), Bruce (1957), Julie Elizabeth, Patricia Alison.
My father Ian Alexander married Rosemary Jane Diamond (1954). Daughters Elizbeth Ann (1973), Samantha Jane (1975), Rebecca Lyn (1978).

I found a possible entry that William Campbell's parents were Donald Campbell (1795) and Mary McNiven (1821) and that Donald had a brother Malcom Campbell (1855).

Any assistance on tracing Minister William Campbell's or his wife's parents will be truly appreciated.
Elizbeth Ann Campbell


Scottish Indexes conference

Morag Fowler
 

The next Scottish Indexes conference will be on 6 December 2020. They seem to alternate conferences on a Saturday or a Sunday. The website is www.scottishindexes.com.

Morag M Fowler


Re: heads up - informative Scottish conference online right now

Russ McGillivray
 

Sue,

I hired Emma Maxwell to do some Scottish research for me a couple of years ago, involving records at the Archives that are stored off-site (unrelated to Islay).

This was my only experience with hiring a researcher. She was very helpful and quite reasonable in cost.

 

Russ

 

From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io [mailto:Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io] On Behalf Of Sue Visser
Sent: Sunday, October 11, 2020 9:09 AM
To: GEN LIST - ISLAY
Subject: [Islay] heads up - informative Scottish conference online right now

 

Hi all

 

Yesterday I was getting ready to watch a webinar about Scottish Wills when I discovered there was a Scottish conference happening right then.  I started watching and it was excellent and had to make the choice so didn’t see the other webinar.  What is so great now is that you too can watch the whole presentation online – but just for a very short time! 

 

If like us, your Thanksgiving (in Canada!) is without your family physically with you, here’s something to help chase the blues away. 

 

Happy (different) Thanksgiving, Sue Visser

 

 

To help you out here are the starting times of each presentation on the recorded video. Just use the slider to fast forward to the presentation you want to watch

12:00 (12 minutes in) - ‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson

57:00 (57 minutes in) - ‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele

1:59:00 (1 hour 59 minutes in) 'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton

3:10:00 (3 hours 10 minutes in) ‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell

3:54:00 (3 hours and 54 minutes in) 'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien

5:00:00 (5 hours in) Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell

5:57:00 (5hours and 57 minutes in) 'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray

6:35:00 (6 hours and 35 minutes in) ‘Using DNA To Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries’ by Michelle Leonard

 

These were the speakers yesterday:

'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton, genealogist at www.scotlandsgreateststory.co.uk and author of ‘Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry through Church and State Records’, available here.\

'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien, senior archivist at Glasgow City Archives.

‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele, of the Highland Archive Centre.

‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson, genealogist and author of 'Finding Your Scottish Ancestors: Techniques for Solving Genealogy Problems'.

‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell, Genealogist at Scottish Indexes.

‘Using DNA To Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries’ by Michelle Leonard of Genes & Genealogy, co-author of ‘Tracing Your Ancestors Using DNA: A Guide for Family Historians’, available here.

'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray, Chair of Fife Family Society.

Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell

 

 

 

 


Re: heads up - informative Scottish conference online right now

Morag Fowler
 

Hi Sue,

This was the sixth conference from Scottish Indexes - so look out for next month.
Best wishes,
Morag


On 11 Oct 2020, at 14:09, Sue Visser <genealgal2@...> wrote:

Hi all
 
Yesterday I was getting ready to watch a webinar about Scottish Wills when I discovered there was a Scottish conference happening right then.  I started watching and it was excellent and had to make the choice so didn’t see the other webinar.  What is so great now is that you too can watch the whole presentation online – but just for a very short time! 
 
If like us, your Thanksgiving (in Canada!) is without your family physically with you, here’s something to help chase the blues away. 
 
Happy (different) Thanksgiving, Sue Visser
 
 
To help you out here are the starting times of each presentation on the recorded video. Just use the slider to fast forward to the presentation you want to watch
12:00 (12 minutes in) - ‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson
57:00 (57 minutes in) - ‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele
1:59:00 (1 hour 59 minutes in) 'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton
3:10:00 (3 hours 10 minutes in) ‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell
3:54:00 (3 hours and 54 minutes in) 'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien
5:00:00 (5 hours in) Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell
5:57:00 (5hours and 57 minutes in) 'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray
6:35:00 (6 hours and 35 minutes in) ‘Using DNA To Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries’ by Michelle Leonard
 
These were the speakers yesterday:

'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton, genealogist at www.scotlandsgreateststory.co.uk and author of ‘Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry through Church and State Records’, available here.\

'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien, senior archivist at Glasgow City Archives.

‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele, of the Highland Archive Centre.

‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson, genealogist and author of 'Finding Your Scottish Ancestors: Techniques for Solving Genealogy Problems'.

‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell, Genealogist at Scottish Indexes.

‘Using DNA To Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries’ by Michelle Leonard of Genes & Genealogy, co-author of ‘Tracing Your Ancestors Using DNA: A Guide for Family Historians’, available here.

'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray, Chair of Fife Family Society.

Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell

 
 
 
 


heads up - informative Scottish conference online right now

Sue Visser
 

Hi all
 
Yesterday I was getting ready to watch a webinar about Scottish Wills when I discovered there was a Scottish conference happening right then.  I started watching and it was excellent and had to make the choice so didn’t see the other webinar.  What is so great now is that you too can watch the whole presentation online – but just for a very short time! 
 
If like us, your Thanksgiving (in Canada!) is without your family physically with you, here’s something to help chase the blues away. 
 
Happy (different) Thanksgiving, Sue Visser
 
 
To help you out here are the starting times of each presentation on the recorded video. Just use the slider to fast forward to the presentation you want to watch
12:00 (12 minutes in) - ‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson
57:00 (57 minutes in) - ‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele
1:59:00 (1 hour 59 minutes in) 'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton
3:10:00 (3 hours 10 minutes in) ‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell
3:54:00 (3 hours and 54 minutes in) 'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien
5:00:00 (5 hours in) Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell
5:57:00 (5hours and 57 minutes in) 'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray
6:35:00 (6 hours and 35 minutes in) ‘Using DNA To Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries’ by Michelle Leonard
 
These were the speakers yesterday:

'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton, genealogist at www.scotlandsgreateststory.co.uk and author of ‘Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry through Church and State Records’, available here.\

'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien, senior archivist at Glasgow City Archives.

‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele, of the Highland Archive Centre.

‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson, genealogist and author of 'Finding Your Scottish Ancestors: Techniques for Solving Genealogy Problems'.

‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell, Genealogist at Scottish Indexes.

‘Using DNA To Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries’ by Michelle Leonard of Genes & Genealogy, co-author of ‘Tracing Your Ancestors Using DNA: A Guide for Family Historians’, available here.

'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray, Chair of Fife Family Society.

Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell

 
 
 
 


Re: Discover Scottish Land Records - on Youtube for 1 week only

Sue Visser
 

Thanks for the update Dixie. 
 
We’re ok – could be better; could be worse.  It would be thought that a lot of Gen stuff would have been done in recent months but nada.  Just as the pandemic hit, we were packing, renovating, trying to sell our condo, wondering what on earth we were going to do with everything closed.  It was a wild unfun rollercoaster ride that hasn’t ended quite yet. 
 
In the midst of that, we ended up in quarantine for 2 weeks – we’d stopped at our son’s to drop off Easter goodies and masks I’d made for Lisa (a PSW who uses public transport).  Everyone was great while we distanced chatted but in the afternoon, Lisa took very ill very suddenly and as a consequence since we’d been there the Health Dept said we had to quarantine too.  It was ok for us but the whole family there became ill, although the little ones were just off colour for a couple of days and then bouncing off the walls with energy because they couldn’t go outside.  Dan and Lisa on the other hand were very ill and each day when we video visited we were so worried about them – they actually took turns sleeping so one would be semi conscious with the Grands.   Anyway they were in quarantine for 3 weeks.  Fourteen residents died in the facility where Lisa works = you’d think they’d be very proactive to prevent such a thing from happening again but no lessons were absorbed GRRRR.  They even took away the sanitizer.  Lisa works her last day there Fri before moving to a hospital.
 
The rest of our gang is ok.  Laura was fairly worn out trying to get even some of those PPEs the PM and Ford kept saying there was lots of – she’s CEO of PACE Independent Living in Toronto and has +200 care providers with equal clients that needed masks, etc.  I managed to track down some sanitizer for her from a local distillery and, like Radar on Mash, Laura ended up calling around ON trading each N95s she had that her staff didn’t need for 5 of the masks they did need.
 
Chris and family are in TX – they’re ok too but no doubt you are aware of circumstances south of the border.  TX is one of the hot spots.  Originally they had planned to come here to pack and move us but then COVID hit and we told them to stay home.  We haven’t seen them for 1.5 years and it could a long while before we see them yet.  I wish they were still living in NWT!!!
 
Well that’s it in a nutshell.
Take care.  Keep well.
Sue
 
 
 

From: DixieAC
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 1:43 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Islay] Discover Scottish Land Records - on Youtube for 1 week only
 
Hi Sue,
 
Just a quick note about change of email. I am now using DixieAC@... as something went wrong with the old cutlerd@shaw — darned technology screwups.
 
Hope you and Norm are keeping well these strange days. We are fine — bored but fine.
 
Dixie
 
 
 

On Sep 1, 2020, at 10:33 AM, Sue Visser <genealgal2@...> wrote:
 
An excellent presentation: 
 
 
 
Not specifically just Islay.
 
Happy hunting,
Sue Visser
 
 


Re: Discover Scottish Land Records - on Youtube for 1 week only

DixieAC <dixieac@...>
 

Hi Sue,

Just a quick note about change of email. I am now using DixieAC@... as something went wrong with the old cutlerd@shaw — darned technology screwups.

Hope you and Norm are keeping well these strange days. We are fine — bored but fine.

Dixie




On Sep 1, 2020, at 10:33 AM, Sue Visser <genealgal2@...> wrote:

An excellent presentation: 
 
 
 
Not specifically just Islay.
 
Happy hunting,
Sue Visser



Discover Scottish Land Records - on Youtube for 1 week only

Sue Visser
 

An excellent presentation: 
 
 
 
Not specifically just Islay.
 
Happy hunting,
Sue Visser
 
 


Re: Late notice - this morning if you can watch it

Susan Bourne
 

Just watching YouTube now from Australia. It is of interest to me as my GGG Grandfather Robert Cross, was a Factor on the Islay Estate (not sure what dates) and he also farmed at Ballymartin on Islay. He died in 1859. His father Alexander Cross was the owner of Alexander Cross & Sons, Seed Merchants Gallowgate.

Susan Bourne
Sent from Susan’s iPhone

On 31 Aug 2020, at 1:05 am, Allison Akgungor <allison@...> wrote:

Thanks so much for alerting us to this, Sue.
That was a very interesting presentation.
Allison Akgungor