'Campbell36'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Campbell of Bogcoroch, Campbell of Bruntwood, Campbell of Garrallan, Campbell of Killoch, Campbell of Montgarswood, Campbell of Schankistone

Paterson reports that Schankistone "is situated about a mile from Cumnock. It was possessed from an early period by a branch of the Loudoun family, the first of whom we find mentioned was" ...
John Campbell of Schankistone (a 1488) succeeded by ...
1. Robert Campbell of Schankistone (a 1512) "The next we find is" ...
  A. John Campbell of Schankistone (a 1558)
  i. James Campbell of Schankistone (a 1577)
a. John Campbell of Schankistone (d 29.12.1612)
  m. Isobell Campbell (a 1618)
  (1) George Campbell (dvp 1608-9)
  m. Marioun Kennedie (dau of John Kennedie of Baltersan)
  (A) John Campbell of Schankistone (d c1635)
  m. Margaret Craufurd (dau of Sir George Craufurd of Leifnoreis)
  (i) John Campbell of Schankistoun (a 1646)
  (B) Hew/Hugh Campbell (a 1632)
m. Marie Ross
  (C) daughter
  (2) Hugh Campbell in Pincloy
  (3) Christian Campbell probably of this generation
  m. Charles Campbell of Bargour & Horsecleugh (d 12.1622)
  b. Hew Campbell of Bogcoroch (aka Boig) & Garrallane (d 1602) brother of John, probably of this generation
The following comes from 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 1, 1847, p363).
  m. Katherine Baird
  (1) Hew Campbell of Garallane (Garrallan) (d 1648)
  m. (mcrt 07.02.1588) Elizabeth Dunbar (dau of John Dunbar of Bormuir)
  (A) Hugh Campbell of Bogcoroch (dvpsp)
  m. (mcrt 11.03.1608) Sarah Campbell (dau of Charles Campbell of Horscleuch)
  (B) John Campbell (dvp)
  m. Margaret Campbell
  (i) Hugh Campbell (d before 1648?)
  (ii) Margaret Campbell of Garrallane (d 1676)
  m. George Douglas (son of George of Waterside)
2. George Campbell of Montgarswood (a 1512, a 1556) - continued below
  Paterson (vol 1, p361) mentions this brother of Robert who was living in 1512. We suspect that this was the George of Montgarswood, "probably a son of Shankston" who is identified by Paterson (vol 2, p334) as "yet liveth, anno 1556" which we take as implying that he was an old man by 1556.
3. John Campbell (a 1512)



George Campbell of Montgarswood (a 1512, a 1556) - continued above
1. ?? Campbell
  A. John Campbell of Montgarswood (a 1612) probably elder brother (but could be father) of ...
  B. James Campbell of Montgarswood (a 1616, d 1658)
  i. James Campbell of Montgarswood possibly the son of James who married ...
  m. (c1654) (Mary) Campbell (dau of (George) Campbell of Killoch) @@ below
2.+ other sons



George Campbell of Bruntwood
1. George Campbell of Bruntwood (a 1537)
  A. James Campbell of Bruntwood (a 1547)
  i. Hew Campbell of Killoch (a 1556, 1577)
  a. Hew Campbell of Killoch (a 1567, 1577)
  (1) George Campbell of Killoch (a 1605, 1616)
  (A) Hugh Campbell of Killoch (a 1654)
  (B) Mary Campbell
  m. (c1654) James Campbell of Montgarswood @@ above

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 12.05.20) : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 1, 1847, p361+) with input as reported above
(2) For middle section (uploaded 06.06.20) : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p334+)
(3) For lower section (uploaded 06.06.20) : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p331+)
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