Abbreviations:

b. = born

bap. = baptised

c. = christened

c/m = marriage contract

d. = died

d. vita patris = died in the father's lifetime

dsp(decessit sine prole) died without issue

m. = married

CAMPBELL

OF AUCHLYNE

 

Duncan Campbell, 1st of Auchlyne, was eighth son of Sir Robert Campbell, 9th of Glenorchy, and was b. in 1631. He obtained the lands of Auchlyne, in Glen Dochart, from his father and m. at Kenmore on 4 May 1656, to Christian, daughter of Walter Dalgleish,[1] (she d. in 1698). He d. in 1703 and was father of :

  1. Robert Campbell, 2nd of Auchlyne, (see below).
  2. Duncan Campbell, who was apprenticed to David Sommers, Pewtherer in Edinburgh, on 13 August 1718.[2]
  3. Alexander Campbell, settled at Edinchip and was infeft in the lands of Edravounich and Mill of Ledcharrie in return for a heritable bond to John, Earl of Breadalbane, on 28 November 1696.[3]
  4. Colin Campbell. He and his brother, Alexander, are styled brothers of Robert Campbell, fiar of Auchlyne, in a Petition of 15 January 1696 by Ensign William Campbell to the Earl of Breadalbane complaining against their behavior.[4]
  5. John Campbell, m. Margaret Whyte, (c/m 1 December 1685.[5] She was widow of Colin Campbell, brother of Alexander Campbell of Wester Ardeonaig).
  6. Christian Campbell, bap. at Dunfermline on 10 May 1663 and m. Hugh Campbell, portioner of Ledcharrie, (c/m at Killin on 6 January 1680).
  7. Catherine Campbell, m. John MacIntyre, eldest son of Donald MacIntyre, Wadsetter in Letterbaine, with whom she had an Instrument of Sasine following on an earlier contract of marriage for the lands of Lettermore, Letterbeg, and Innischonnan on 29 May 1693.[6]
  8. Susanna Campbell, m. at Linlithgow, on 27 September 1702, Mr. Alexander Dalgleish, Minister of Linlithgow,[7] (he was widow of Jean Marshall who had d. in 1701 and d. in 1726), and had issue.
  9. Agnes Campbell, m. at Edinburgh, on 2 December 1714, to Alexander Robertson, Merchant Burgess of Edinburgh.[8]

Robert Campbell, 2nd of Auchlyne, bap. at Dunfermline on 10 February 1659 and was apprenticed to George Home, Merchant in Edinburgh, on 5 January 1676.[9] He succeeded on his father’s death in 1703 and entered into a contract of wadset with John Campbell, Earl of Breadalbane, for the Mill of Auchlyne on 6 June 1707. He m. Agnes, daughter of James Goodlatt of Abbotshaugh, and was father of :

  1. Duncan Campbell, 3rd of Auchlyne, (see below).
  2. John Campbell, bap. at Killin on 24 December 1696.
  3. Robert Campbell, bap. at Killin on 29 July 1710.
  4. William Campbell, bap. at Killin on 28 October 1712.
  5. Alexander Campbell, became a Jeweler in Edinburgh and was admitted to Burgess there in right of his father on 9 August 1738.[10]
  6. Agnes Campbell, m. on 22 April 1712, to Colin Campbell, fiar of Glenfalloch, eldest son and heir of Robert Campbell, 2nd of Glenfalloch, (he d. on 10 August 1737), and had issue.
  7. Jean Campbell, b. 1705 and m. Robert Stewart, 1st of Dercluich, (c/m 24 April 1729.[11] He d. on 22 May 1767). He d. on 23 February 1788, having had issue.

Duncan Campbell, 3rd of Auchlyne, was included in his father’s Wadset for the Mill of Auchlyne on 6 June 1707 and is then styled as a minor. He succeeded his father in the lands of Auchlyne and m. on 4 July 1729, to Louisa, daughter of John Campbell, 5th of Achalader, (she d. in 1791[12]). He was father of :

  1. James Goodlatt Campbell, 4th of Auchlyne, (see below).
  2. John Campbell, bap. at Killin on 23 January 1737.
  3. Catherine Campbell, m. on 28 February 1758, to Captain Lachlan MacPherson of Nuid.[13]
  4. Agnes Campbell, bap. at Killin on 23 March 1734 and m. on 12 December 1755, to James Stewart of Dercluich,[14] (he survived her and m. secondly, in 1778, to Margaret, daughter and heiress of Duncan Robertson of Edradynate, and had issue). She d. on 12 February 1778.
  5. Jean Campbell, bap. at Killin on 17 October 1735.
  6. Louisa Campbell, bap. at Killin on 27 March 1749 and m. Mr. Robert MacPherson, Chaplain to the 28th Regiment of Foot and Tacksman of Dalchully.
  7. Persill Campbell, bap. at Killin on 17 November 1750.
  8. Arabella Campbell, m. on 20 February 1778, to Mr. Duncan Stewart, Minister of Balquhidder,[15] (he d. at Balquidder Manse on 12 September 1804.[16]), and d. at Kinclaven Manse, on 12 July 1805,[17] having had issue.
  9. Margaret Campbell, to whom and her sisters Louisa and Arabella, their mother granted a Deed of Settlement on 28 May 1791. She m. by May of 1791, to Colin Campbell, Collector of Customs at Fort William.

James Goodlatt Campbell, 4th of Auchlyne, bap. at Killin on 20 March 1731, succeeded his father in the lands of Auchlyne and purchased those of Glenbeich, Carnlea, Dalveich and Auchraw from Alexander Campbell of Fonab on 6 August 1765. He m. at Edinburgh, on 12 August 1753, to Janet, daughter and eventual heiress of Hugh Logan of that Ilk,[18] (she was served heir to her brother, Hugh Logan of that Ilk, in the lands of Logan in 1803,[19] and d. at Cloberhill on 3 May 1803[20]), d. on 4 January 1785[21] and was father of :

  1. Duncan Campbell, bap. at Killin on 1 February 1758 and d. young
  2. Duncan Campbell, bap. at Killin on 9 May 1764 and dsp.
  3. Hugh Goodlat Campbell of Logan, bap. at Killin on 26 November 1766, became a Merchant in Glasgow and succeeded to his mother’s lands of Logan on her detha in 1803. He was served heir to his father on 6 July 1803[22] and dsp at Rothesay, on 26 April 1814,[23] his sisters being served heirs to him on 20 March 1827.[24]
  4. James Campbell, bap. at Killin on 28 March 1769 and dsp.
  5. John James Campbell, bap. at Killin in February of 1776 and was named in a disposition by his brother, Hugh, dated 14 November 1803, by which he sold the lands of Auchyle to Patrick Campbell of Achalader.
  6. Agnes Campbell, d. unmarried at Clober Hill on 28 January 1806.[25]
  7. Katherine Campbell, was living in 1803 and m. at Glasgow, in November/December 1798, to Alexander Black, Brewer in Glasgow.[26] She appears to have d. by 1827.
  8. Andrea Campbell, bap. at Killin on 6 April 1761 and m. firstly, at Glasgow, in January 1803, to Robert Bog, Merchant in Greenock.[27] She m. secondly, on 25 February 1822, to Lewis Morris, Merchant in Bristol,[28] and was served heir to her brother, Hugh, on 20 March 1827.
  9. Willhelmina Maxwell Campbell, m. at Cloberhill, on 25 July 1803, to Robert Stewart, 3rd of Clochfoldich,[29] (he d. at Clochfoldich, on 21 April 1833[30]), and was served heir to her brother Hugh Goodlat Campbell of Logan on 20 March 1827. She d. at Clochfoldich on 17 March 1847,[31] having had issue.
  10. Elizabeth Campbell, was served heir to her brother Hugh Campbell of Logan on 20 March 1827 and d. unmarried, at Portobello, on 28 October 1848.[32]
  11. Janet Campbell, m. at Edinburgh, on 28 April, 1789, Andrew MacKenzie, Writer in Edinburgh,[33] second son of Kenneth MacKenzie, Professor of Law at Edinburgh University, second son of John MacKenzie, 1st of Delvine.
  12. Louisa Campbell, who d. unmarried, on 9 July 1798.

 

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[1] OPR – Kenmore. He is styled son to Sir Robert Campbell of Glenorchy in the OPR entry.

[2] SRS. Register of Edinburgh Apprentices.

[3] RS52/12/f.395

[4] GD112/17/1/8/4

[5] RS52/9/f.354r

[6] GD112/66/2/6.

[7] OPR – Linlithgow.

[8] OPR – Edinburgh.

[9] SRS. Register of Edinburgh Apprentices.

[10] SRS. Edinburgh Burgess Roll.

[11] Edradynate papers/uncataloged.

[12] Scots Magazine, 1st May 1791 edition.

[13] GD80/963.

[14] OPR – Dull.

[15] OPR – Striling.

[16] Scots Magazine, 1st October 1804, edition.

[17] Scots Magazine, 1st July 1805, edition.

[18] OPR – Edinburgh.

[19] Services of Heirs.

[20] Scots Magazine, 1st May 1803 edition.

[21] Scots Magazine. 1st January 1785, edition.

[22] Services of Heirs.

[23] Caledonian Mercury, 12th May 1814 edition.

[24] Services of Heirs.

[25] Scots Magazine. 1st February 1806, edition.

[26] Kentish Gazette, 7th December 1798 edition.

[27] Scots Magazine, 1st January 1803 edition.

[28] OPR – Edinburgh.

[29] Scots Magazine, 1st August 1803 edition.

[30] Perthshire Courier. 2nd May 1833, edition.

[31] Perthshire Advertiser. 8th April 1847, edition.

[32] Fife Herald. 2nd November 1848, edition.

[33] OPR – Edinburgh. See also: Scots Magazine, 1st May 1789 edition.