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Re: McAulays

mearnsmg@btinternet.com
 

_Hi Hi Paul,


I use Scotland's People a lot, but Duncan does not show up on the 1851 Census. I have sent a query into Scotland People. Ideally finding Duncan's death record could give us his parents and the possible connection.


Apologies as you probably have this already, I have found an Angus McAulay 26 (plasterer born Edinburgh) & Catherine McAulay 22 (Power Loom Weaver born Eastwood Renfrew) at 6 Catherine Street in the Parish of Calton (Glasgow) in the 1851 Census, but no children


Regards

Mike


Re: McAulays

Allan Moore
 

Hi Paul

Sorry about the delay and I am not sure if I answered you, but my GED Match Reference is A136996

Thanks
Allan


On Feb 1, 2020, at 03:12, J LOCHRIDGE via Groups.Io <j.lochridge@...> wrote:


Just for fun, I checked out Gedmatch.  My number is A768704 and it shows a 4.3 match on CHR1 (5.7 million)  On checking this out on my DNA Painter info it links to my Sinclairs of Islay.  It is perhaps the Islay gene (grin)!
Cheers
Johan

 
 


On Friday, 31 January 2020, 22:47:38 GMT, Paul MacAuley <pmacauley@...> wrote:


Allan,
I set up my GEDmatch  account:  the reference numbers are  EL5733646 (Ancestry) and LN6358810 (FTDNA).

Please let me know yours.

Paul


From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> on behalf of Allan Moore <agmoore21@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 10:31 PM
To: Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io <Islay@scotland-genealogy.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays
 
Hi Paul

Do you have a GEDMATCH reference number?

Allan

On Jan 29, 2020, at 16:42, Paul MacAuley <pmacauley@...> wrote:

My great great grandfather Duncan McAulay was born in Kilchoman, whether the parish or the town is not clear, around 1795 according to the 1851 Scottish census.  He married Rachel McLellan - this is from Scotland's people:  "Duncan McAulay, joiner, in Glasgow & Rachael McLelland, residing there, married 4th June [1824] by Mr. Kenneth McKenzie, Gaelic Minister, in Gorbals."

His son Angus, my great grandfather, was born in Edinburgh in 1825.  While researching, I found an old  message posted on a MacAulay message board that someone owned a book about the Quakers with this inscription:  "Angus MacAulay/ Plasterer/ Edinborough Scotland/ 1875" and "Duncan MacAulay/ Rachel McLearan/ Born Kilnehearn/ Island of Isla." Elsewhere is written "Angus MacAulay/ Glasgow" and "Chester" (presumably Chester, Delaware County, PA)."  My  great grandfather, Angus was a plasterer by trade and he emigrated to Chester.  I don't know if Kilnehearn is a name Rachael had before marriage or if she might have been adopted or the name of a farm.  How frustrating that I couldn't track down that book.

It seems that there are two groups of McAulays on Islay - Those from Kilchoman and those from Portnahaven, who may make their living on the water.  They're not far apart (at least as the crow flies) and I've wondered about a link between the the two groups.   

 Through DNA testing, I see that I have a great many relatives in Ireland.  I suspect that my McAulays may have come from Ireland and later emigrated to Islay.  My great grandfather Angus spoke Scots Gaelic, played the bagpipe (probably much to the chagrin of his neighbors) and was married by a Free Church minister in Glasgow.    

If anyone knows anything about Duncan and the children from is first marriage, I would love to hear from you.

Thanks,
Paul


Migrants to Canada from Outer Hebrides

Philip Hubsmith
 

Hi,
Not directly linked to Islay but I am sure some may be interested in this programme by BBC Scotland (iPlayer) - Scotland: The Promised Land, the second episode - Homes for Highland Heroes, telling the story of 
migrants from the Outer Hebrides (Lewis, Barra, Uist, Stornoway, Benbecula) emigrating to Canada in the 1920s, - subject of emigration from 28 mins into programme

Link - 


Phil Hubsmith, 98 Park Winding, Erskine, Scotland


BBC Two
Scotland: The Promised Land - 2. Homes for Highland Heroes
Scotland: The Promised Land
2. Homes for Highland Heroes

Documentary series examining the political changes that shaped modern-day Scotland. A look at the problems facing the Highlands following World War I. More

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Re: Islay Roll call: Kilchoman Parish: MacKenzie-Campbell et al

mearnsmg@btinternet.com
 

Hi,


In my efforts to find connections to my McAulay's, of Portnahaven, I have tried to locate all Islay McAulays. I have Robert McKenzie & Margaret McAulay having a son, Donald, on 21/2/1823 in Kilchoman. Would you have any info on Margaret's parents, or whether Robert/Margaret left Islay?


Regards

Mike




------ Original Message ------
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Sent: Monday, 17 Feb, 2020 At 17:07
Subject: [Islay] Islay Roll call: Kilchoman Parish: MacKenzie-Campbell et al

This is the start of my Islay line. I have information on the next generation or two in most cases but would like to know if there are any current members. Mr. Houston has been most helpful, especialy with the Fergusons. The Campbell connection is still unknown.


Alexander MacKenzie---------------Flora Campbell

1745 – 26 Jan 1820 1753 – 1828

[tenant Tormistil 1780]

|

|___Catherine-ca 1792--John Brown

| b ca 1770

|

|___William-----------ca 1806----Mary Cameron

| b 1781 1787- 10 Mar 1837

|

|___Donald

| b ca 1785

|

|___ Mary --------------ca 1806----Alexander Brown

| b 1786
|

|___ Duncan-------------------------Margaret McKinnon

| 1788-1859

|

|____Robert------------ca 1821---Margaret McAulay

| b ca 1789

|

|____Alexander-------ca 1820----Janet Ferguson

| 1791 – 1879

|

|____ Flora -----------—ca 1819-----Daniel Sinclair

18 Oct 1798



Re: McAulays

Paul MacAuley
 

Hi Mike,

I could not find Duncan in the 1851 census on SP myself.  A friend in Scotland found the information in his records.  At the time, ScotlandsPeople and Ancestry were negotiating some sort of deal and SP didn't have him in their census registry.  Here is what I have on Duncan 1851:


Name: Duncan Mcauley
Age: 60
Estimated birth year: abt 1791
Relationship: Head
Gender: Male
Where born: Islay, argyle
Parish Number: 622
Civil Parish: Barony
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps:
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 63 Main St Thom Sqr
Occupation: Joiner (house)
ED: 20A
Page: 21
Household schedule number: 79
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1851_142
Household Members:
Name Age
Duncan Mcauley 60
Mary Mcauley 20
John Mcauley 18
Margaret Mcauley 14
Jean Mcauley 10

At this point in time, Duncan's son Angus (my ggr fathr) was married to Catherine Milligan in Glasgow working as a plasterer.  Catherine died just a few years later and he emigrated to the US in 1854, I believe.  I don't know what happened to his Scottish children, Mary and Angus, aged 4 and 2 respectively, at the time of Catherine's death.



Paul











From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> on behalf of mearnsmg@... via Groups.Io <mearnsmg@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 16, 2020 1:53 PM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays
 
Paul,


I have not been able to pin down your Duncan in the Scottish census records, are you able to tell me where he was in the 1851 census.


I have noticed a (farm) called Kilchiaran close to Kilchoman. In the 1811 Tenants list there is a Duncan McLellan at Kilchiaran, phonetically this sounds like the placename in your email of 29th January.


I am not making any progress with my family, so any snippet might help me link up with any other snippet, one never knows.


Mike





------ Original Message ------
From: "Paul MacAuley" <pmacauley@...>
To: "Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io" <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Sent: Friday, 31 Jan, 2020 At 22:40
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays

Mike,
Thanks for taking the time to reply. There must be some relationship between the groups but I can't find it. I'm at one of those dead ends.

Paul


Re: McAulays

Paul MacAuley
 








Hi Mike,

I could not find Duncan in the 1851 census on SP myself.  A friend in Scotland found the information in his records.  At the time, ScotlandsPeople and Ancestry were negotiating some sort of deal and SP didn't have him in their census registry.  Here is what I have on Duncan 1851:


Name: Duncan Mcauley
Age: 60
Estimated birth year: abt 1791
Relationship: Head
Gender: Male
Where born: Islay, argyle
Parish Number: 622
Civil Parish: Barony
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps:
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 63 Main St Thom Sqr
Occupation: Joiner (house)
ED: 20A
Page: 21
Household schedule number: 79
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1851_142
Household Members:
Name Age
Duncan Mcauley 60
Mary Mcauley 20
John Mcauley 18
Margaret Mcauley 14
Jean Mcauley 10

At this point in time, Duncan's son Angus (my ggr fathr) was married to Catherine Milligan in Glasgow working as a plasterer.  Catherine died just a few years later and he emigrated to the US in 1854, I believe.  I don't know what happened to his Scottish children, Mary and Angus, aged 4 and 2 respectively, at the time of Catherine's death.



Paul

































From: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io> on behalf of mearnsmg@... via Groups.Io <mearnsmg@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 16, 2020 1:53 PM
To: Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays
 
Paul,


I have not been able to pin down your Duncan in the Scottish census records, are you able to tell me where he was in the 1851 census.


I have noticed a (farm) called Kilchiaran close to Kilchoman. In the 1811 Tenants list there is a Duncan McLellan at Kilchiaran, phonetically this sounds like the placename in your email of 29th January.


I am not making any progress with my family, so any snippet might help me link up with any other snippet, one never knows.


Mike





------ Original Message ------
From: "Paul MacAuley" <pmacauley@...>
To: "Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io" <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Sent: Friday, 31 Jan, 2020 At 22:40
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays

Mike,
Thanks for taking the time to reply. There must be some relationship between the groups but I can't find it. I'm at one of those dead ends.

Paul


Islay Roll call: Kilchoman Parish: MacKenzie-Campbell et al

Mac
 

This is the start of my Islay line.  I have information on the next generation or two in most cases but would like to know if there are any current members.  Mr. Houston has been most helpful, especialy with the Fergusons.  The Campbell connection is still unknown.


Alexander MacKenzie---------------Flora Campbell                                           

   1745 – 26 Jan 1820            1753 – 1828                                                

     [tenant Tormistil 1780]                                                                           

                                |                                                                                                                       

                                |___Catherine-ca 1792--John Brown                                  

                                |        b ca 1770                                                                               

                                |                                                                                                       

                                       |___William-----------ca 1806----Mary Cameron                                             

                                       |        b 1781                                1787- 10 Mar 1837                                     

                                       |                                                                                                       

                                       |___Donald                                                                                                      

                                       |        b ca 1785                                                               

                                       |                                                                                                       

                                       |___ Mary --------------ca 1806----Alexander Brown                       

                                       |        b 1786                                                                                    
                                       |                                                                                                       

                                       |___ Duncan-------------------------Margaret McKinnon                   

                                       |          1788-1859                                                                            

                                       |                                                                                                       

                                       |____Robert------------ca 1821---Margaret McAulay                      

                                       |          b  ca 1789                                                                           

                                       |                                                                                                       

                                       |____Alexander-------ca 1820----Janet Ferguson                                           

                                       |            1791 – 1879                                                                                                       

                                       |

                                       |____ Flora -----------—ca 1819-----Daniel Sinclair

                                                    18 Oct 1798        



Re: McAulays

mearnsmg@btinternet.com
 

Paul,


I have not been able to pin down your Duncan in the Scottish census records, are you able to tell me where he was in the 1851 census.


I have noticed a (farm) called Kilchiaran close to Kilchoman. In the 1811 Tenants list there is a Duncan McLellan at Kilchiaran, phonetically this sounds like the placename in your email of 29th January.


I am not making any progress with my family, so any snippet might help me link up with any other snippet, one never knows.


Mike





------ Original Message ------
From: "Paul MacAuley" <pmacauley@...>
To: "Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io" <Islay@Scotland-Genealogy.groups.io>
Sent: Friday, 31 Jan, 2020 At 22:40
Subject: Re: [Islay] McAulays

Mike,
Thanks for taking the time to reply. There must be some relationship between the groups but I can't find it. I'm at one of those dead ends.

Paul


Roll Call - McDougall

jemooney@...
 

Hi Folks - Thank you for welcoming me into your group.  My Great Grandfather was Duncan McDougall B April 1837 in Port Ellen, Islay. Died in Nelson, BC in 1907.   His father was also Duncan McDougall.  My great grandfather was a Presbyterian Minister on Islay (I visited the Islay church in 1986).  Many of his children emigrated to Canada (primarily BC) - I have a lot of information about my Great Grandfather Duncan's descendants but very little about his ancestors.   DNA evidence provided links to other McDougall branches in Southern US and Ontario but I have little documentation as to how we are connected.  

Joy McDougall 


Re: Islay plaque"

Sharee Hughes
 

The picture definitely looks like slay, Scotland. Hope you can find out where it came from.

Sharee

On Sun, Feb 9, 2020 at 5:52 PM M. Diane Rogers <diane_rogers@...> wrote:
Just wondering if anyone else has a little Islay plaque like this one.

At its widest, about 3 1/2 inches; 4 1/2 inches long. Painted on thin
laminated? wood.

No initials or signature. On the back is a hook and a tag - in my
grandmother's hand - "Islay Island".

Found with old photos...after my grandmother was gone. I know neither
she nor my mum ever went to Islay in Scotland - and Mum not to Islay in
Ontario, or even Alberta.

However, one of my great aunts did work in the hospital in Islay,
Alberta for a while. It just occurred to me - perhaps it had been hers?
Some kind of souvenir? Although she wasn't from the Islay Scotland side
of the family. (Wish I could ask!)

Diane






Islay plaque"

M. Diane Rogers
 

Just wondering if anyone else has a little Islay plaque like this one.

At its widest, about 3 1/2 inches; 4 1/2 inches long. Painted on thin laminated? wood.

No initials or signature. On the back is a hook and a tag - in my grandmother's hand - "Islay Island".

Found with old photos...after my grandmother was gone. I know neither she nor my mum ever went to Islay in Scotland - and Mum not to Islay in Ontario, or even Alberta.

However, one of my great aunts did work in the hospital in Islay, Alberta for a while. It just occurred to me - perhaps it had been hers? Some kind of souvenir? Although she wasn't from the Islay Scotland side of the family. (Wish I could ask!)

Diane


Larrachaluil, the Oa (spelling?)

isabel vaughan
 

Interested in "Larrachaluil" (spelling uncertain). 

Located in the Oa, midway between Lurabus and Ballichatrigan.

Found it mapped in Bartholemew's 1895 Atlas.

Wonder whether anyone may know of this location, and whether anything remains of tenant dwellings or other.

If anyone knows of or has visited this location, would love to hear from you!

Isabel






Re: Lagrevege and Inverloskane

isabel vaughan
 

Hi,

I think I found the reference in The Book of Islay.

On Sunday, February 9, 2020, 11:32:54 a.m. EST, H. B. via Groups.Io <haz57cal@...> wrote:



Where would one locate that tenants list?
Thank you
On Sunday, February 9, 2020, 10:23:51 a.m. CST, isabel vaughan via Groups.Io <isabel_vaughan@...> wrote:


The 1686 Tenants List for Islay has a reference to "Lagrevege and Inverloskane".

Has anyone come across such a place (or places)?  Would love to know the location. 

Any assistance much appreciated!

Isabel



Re: Lagrevege and Inverloskane

H. B.
 


Where would one locate that tenants list?
Thank you

On Sunday, February 9, 2020, 10:23:51 a.m. CST, isabel vaughan via Groups.Io <isabel_vaughan@...> wrote:


The 1686 Tenants List for Islay has a reference to "Lagrevege and Inverloskane".

Has anyone come across such a place (or places)?  Would love to know the location. 

Any assistance much appreciated!

Isabel



Lagrevege and Inverloskane

isabel vaughan
 

The 1686 Tenants List for Islay has a reference to "Lagrevege and Inverloskane".

Has anyone come across such a place (or places)?  Would love to know the location. 

Any assistance much appreciated!

Isabel



Roll Call - Campbell Sinclair, McLean, Buie, Johnston, McClellan, McCallum, Morrison and McLachlan.

Lorne & Susan Campbell
 

 

Hi Everyone,

 

Donald CAMPBELL (c.1761-1835) and Ann "Nancy" SINCLAIR (c.1765-1835) had the following children:

i.                James CAMPBELL  (.1791-1836)  married 1827 Ann MCLEAN (1800-1892) daughter of Lachland McLean and Catherine Johnston,

ii.             Janet CAMPBELL  (c.1791-1885) married 1826 ANGUS BUIE  (c.1789-1872).

iii.            John CAMPBELL (1796-?). Nothing more is known about this child

iv.             Mary CAMPBELL (1798-1864) married 1821 Charles MCLEAN (1793-c. 1830), son of Lachland McLean and Catherine Johnston.

v.              Catherine CAMPBELL (1800-1833) married 1822 Angus JOHNSTON (1790-1832) son of John Johnston and Marion McIntyre.

vi.             Christena CAMPBELL (1801-1865) married 1827 Donald “Daniel” JOHNTSON (1793-1878), son of John Johnston and Marion McIntyre.

vii.           Ann "Nancy" CAMPBELL (1803-1886) married 1824 Dougal MCLELLAN(1802-1871), son of Angus McLellan and Isabel Campbell.

viii.          Margaret CAMPBELL (1804-1832) married John "Dougal" MCCALLUM before 1827.

ix.             Isabella "Bell" CAMPBELL (1807-?) married 1835 John MORRISON (c.1835-?).

x.              Sarah CAMPBELL (c. 1809-?) married 1839 Donald M MCLACHLAN  (c. 1814-?) 

xi.             Archibald CAMPBELL (1813-?). Nothing further is known about this child.

 

Donald and Ann Campbell emigrated to Ontario, Canada with their children, their surviving spouses and grandchildren in 1832/3.

 

Always looking for relatives of this family.

Lorne

 

 

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Re: Roll Call - Campbell, Sinclair, McIntagart, McMurchie,Cameron, Keitk, McCuaig, McFee

Lorne & Susan Campbell
 

Hi Everyone

 

I am also descended from a second Islay Campbell family.

 

Alexander CAMPBELL (c, 1771- 1841) married 1796 Mary SINCLAIR (c.1778-1853),  daughter of John Sinclair and Catherine McCuaig. They had the following children:

i.                     John CAMPBELL (1797-1876.) married Christian SINCLAIR (1796-1881, daughter of John Sinclair and Mary McIntagart.

ii.                   Hugh CAMPBELL (1800-1884) married c.1822 (1) Margaret MCMURCHY "Peggy McMurchie" (1806-1860)  and married 1862 (2) Catherine MACNAB (1836-?).

iii.                 Katherine CAMPBELL (1804-?).

iv.                 Alex CAMPBELL (1805-?).

v.                   Mary Ann CAMPBELL (c.1806 -1869) married 1821 Allan CAMERON. .

vi.                 Malcom CAMPBELL (1808-?).

vii.                Ann "Nancy" CAMPBELL (1810-1894) 1830 married John KEITH (1806-1862),  son of Nicol Keith and Mary Brown..

viii.              Archibald "Archie" CAMPBELL (1812-1868) married Ann MCCUAIG (1809-1893),  daughter of John McCuaig and Jane Gilchrist.

ix.                  Malcolm L CAMPBELL (1814-1900) married 1834 Sarah Marion MCFEE (1811-1899), daughter of Donald McFee and Isabella Campbell.

x.                   Walter CAMPBELL (1817-1873) married c. 1844 Catherine SINCLAIR (1818-1853) and married c. 1854 Elizabeth  "Ellespy" MCCUAIG (1812-1874), daughter of John McCuaig and Jane Gilchrist. 

xi.                  Catherine CAMPBELL (1820-1887) married c. 1844 Malcolm SINCLAIR (c.1816-1864).

 

Always looking to fill in some blanks.

 

Lorne

 

 

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Re: Archibald Cameron Ann Mceachern Kilchoman Islay.

Tricia
 

Hi Seymour.  I can see the families you mention.  As you said our match with dna is small so possible gens back.   My maternal line are MacDougall(McLullich) and McPhail who were in in MULL late 1700s but of course  they moved around. 


Re: Roll Call Campbell, Sinclair, McIntagart, McMurchie, Cameron, Keit, McCuaig, McFee

Lorne & Susan Campbell <lornesusan.campbell1@...>
 

Hi Everyone

 

I am also descended from a second Islay Campbell family.

 

Alexander CAMPBELL (c, 1771- 1841) married 1796 Mary SINCLAIR (c.1778-1853),  daughter of John Sinclair and Catherine McCuaig. They had the following children:

i.                     John CAMPBELL (1797-1876.) married Christian SINCLAIR (1796-1881, daughter of John Sinclair and Mary McIntagart.

ii.                   Hugh CAMPBELL (1800-1884) married c.1822 (1) Margaret MCMURCHY "Peggy McMurchie" (1806-1860)  and married 1862 (2) Catherine MACNAB (1836-?).

iii.                 Katherine CAMPBELL (1804-?).

iv.                 Alex CAMPBELL (1805-?).

v.                   Mary Ann CAMPBELL (c.1806 -1869) married 1821 Allan CAMERON. .

vi.                 Malcom CAMPBELL (1808-?).

vii.                Ann "Nancy" CAMPBELL (1810-1894) 1830 married John KEITH (1806-1862),  son of Nicol Keith and Mary Brown..

viii.              Archibald "Archie" CAMPBELL (1812-1868) married Ann MCCUAIG (1809-1893),  daughter of John McCuaig and Jane Gilchrist.

ix.                  Malcolm L CAMPBELL (1814-1900) married 1834 Sarah Marion MCFEE (1811-1899), daughter of Donald McFee and Isabella Campbell.

x.                   Walter CAMPBELL (1817-1873) married c. 1844 Catherine SINCLAIR (1818-1853) and married c. 1854 Elizabeth  "Ellespy" MCCUAIG (1812-1874), daughter of John McCuaig and Jane Gilchrist. 

xi.                  Catherine CAMPBELL (1820-1887) married c. 1844 Malcolm SINCLAIR (c.1816-1864).

 

Always looking to fill in some blanks.

 

Lorne

 


Re: Roll Call - Campbell Sinclair, McLean, Buie, Johnston, McClellan, McCallum, Morrison and McLachlan.

Lorne & Susan Campbell <lornesusan.campbell1@...>
 

Hi Everyone,

 

Donald CAMPBELL (c.1761-1835) and Ann "Nancy" SINCLAIR (c.1765-1835) had the following children:

i.                James CAMPBELL  (.1791-1836)  married 1827 Ann MCLEAN (1800-1892) daughter of Lachland McLean and Catherine Johnston,

ii.             Janet CAMPBELL  (c.1791-1885) married 1826 ANGUS BUIE  (c.1789-1872).

iii.            John CAMPBELL (1796-?). Nothing more is known about this child

iv.             Mary CAMPBELL (1798-1864) married 1821 Charles MCLEAN (1793-c. 1830), son of Lachland McLean and Catherine Johnston.

v.              Catherine CAMPBELL (1800-1833) married 1822 Angus JOHNSTON (1790-1832) son of John Johnston and Marion McIntyre.

vi.             Christena CAMPBELL (1801-1865) married 1827 Donald “Daniel” JOHNTSON (1793-1878), son of John Johnston and Marion McIntyre.

vii.           Ann "Nancy" CAMPBELL (1803-1886) married 1824 Dougal MCLELLAN(1802-1871), son of Angus McLellan and Isabel Campbell.

viii.          Margaret CAMPBELL (1804-1832) married John "Dougal" MCCALLUM before 1827.

ix.             Isabella "Bell" CAMPBELL (1807-?) married 1835 John MORRISON (c.1835-?).

x.              Sarah CAMPBELL (c. 1809-?) married 1839 Donald M MCLACHLAN  (c. 1814-?) 

xi.             Archibald CAMPBELL (1813-?). Nothing further is known about this child.

 

Donald and Ann Campbell emigrated to Ontario, Canada with their children, their surviving spouses and grandchildren in 1832/3.

 

Always looking for relatives of this family.

Lorne