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THE CAMPBELL line of Dundavie

info 1a Origins of this line from Stuart Park decendant of James Campbell b.09 jan1835
Marriage notice Southern Cross NZ.21 april 1857
James Campbell son of Alexander Campbell of Dundaree, Grandtully, Scotland
This should have read Dundavie, 2 cottages just east of Aberfeldy, Perthshire

info 1b 1841 census shows 2 Campbell families Alexander and John both aged 50
both with eldest son named John, which Suggests that they might be related families
1841 census adult ages were normally rounded to nearest 5 years
info 1c which would suggest they were born 1785-1790
However catherine age is given as exact 48 but then John 50 is 64 in next census

From the 1841 and 51 census plus IGI the probable tree looks like this
info 1d

 Alexander  Campbell            Info 2a, 1841/51 census  info 2aa
 d.02nov1850 at Dundavie
 m.1 banns 07sep1816 Dull,  ................................. m.2 Banns 07 & 15sep1833, Dull       scott info  
 |                                                            |   Banns also in Little Dunkeld
 Janet (Nellie? Iris?)                                        Margaret  
 MacIntyre                                                    Scott
 b.                                                           b.~1796 Borlick, Little Dunkeld
 d.~1923-1933                                                 d.26sep1875 Newton Strathbrann
 |                                                            |           aged 79 & 10 months
 John           Duncan         Robert         Alex            James           Ann
 |              |              |             (Archb.)         b.09jan1835     c.26nov1836    
 c.23sep1816    c.12mar1818    c.26apr1821    c.06mar1823     c.14feb1835     d.young?
 d. 1891+       d.1875 NZ      d.             d.              d.1898 NZ
 |              |              |                              |
 m.06mar1856    m.29aug1851    m.1854                         m.16apr1857 NZ
 |              |     NZ       |                              |
 Isabella       Sarah          Elizabeth                      Catherine
 Thomson        Cameron        Robertson                      Cameron 
  info to NZ To Robert info 3b info 3c to James info 3d  

sheet 2
1st Marriage
 Alexander Campbell         m. 07 sep 1816  to Janet Macintyre

children from IGI version 1982 not in 1998 or cdromV4.01
John        Campbell        c.23 sep 1816
Duncan      Campbell        c.12 mar 1818        Stuart has 1821
Robert      Campbell        c.26 apr 1821-1895   Kay has    1824
Archd.      Campbell        c.06 mar 1823        Stuart has Alex?

Ealier research done for Stuart Park had Alexander Campbell 1st Married to Effie?
and 2nd to Isabella Daw about 1834 in Edinburgh midlothian
However neither found in IGI and 2nd marriage is definitly to Margaret

The 1982 microfich version of the IGI fich6903069 gives the more likely marriages of
Janet McIntyre 07 sep 1816 Dull and

Margt. Scott 15 sep 1833 Dull and Little Dunkeld
info 4a Marriage Banns for Margaret in both places which fits with
Margaret being Scott being from the Borelick Farm a couple of miles east of Little Dunkeld

info 4b Although Borelick is a common name ( one adjacent to dundavie and one just across the river) a search of Little dunkeld in the 1881 reveals there was only one in that parish!
Also Margaret Scott as second wife is confirmed by
the 1851 census and probate papers for Alexander Campbell
dated 18 aug 1851 with Margaret Campbell nee Scott as widow.

IGI shows James c.14 feb 1835
which fits James marriage notice in NZ
James Campbell son of dundaree? b. 9 JAN 1835

Duncan      Campbell   emigrates to NZ, and on 29 aug 1851 ,age 33, 
marries to
Sarah       Cameron    age 27
                          Duncan is listed as a Master Mariner on the wedding cert.
                          did he go to Australia first? not on NZ ships lists

To Grandtully page 2, Robert Campbells tree
Part Census of Dull 1851
To Campbell in NewZealand
To Cameron origins in Argyl
To Glass origins in Kinross

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