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Families covered: Campbell of Barbreck, Campbell of Lundie

                               
Colin Campbell
m. ?? (dau/heir of ?? laird of Barbreck)
1. Colin Campbell (a 1575)
  A. Sir Archibald Campbell of Barbreck (d c1630)
  i. Colin Campbell of Barbreck
  m. _ Campbell
  a. Donald Campbell of Barbreck (a 1690)
m. (mcrt 1658) Isabel Campbell (dau of Sir John Campbell, 4th Bart of Glenurchy)
  (1) Archibald Campbell of Barbreck
  HJHeraldry reports that Archibald "was deprived of his Estate by decree of the House of Lords in 1732, on attempting to sell some of the lands without consent of Argyll as "Feudal Superior". Barbreck was then transferred by Argyll to a Captain Archibald Campbell, a distant relation of the family, who sold it to Lieutentant-General John Campbell of Ballimore in 1768." HJHeraldry then continues with the following brothers, James & John, identifying them as "of Barbreck". The tale of the movement of Barbreck would suggest that they may not have been sons of this Archibald but the dates indicate that they may have been, with the "of Barbreck" indicating that they were tenants rather than owners of Barbreck. Provisionally, we assume that that was the case.
  m. Barbara Stuart (dau of Sir Dugal Stuart of Bute)
  (A) James Campbell of Barbreck (dsps)
  m. (21.02.1731) Isabelle Campbell of Castlehill
  (i) son (d unm)
(B) John Campbell of Barbreck
  m. Elizabeth Hay of Hartfield (niece/coheir of _ Hay of Hartfield)
  (i) Charles Campbell of Barbreck (d 14.04.1792, Colonel)
  m. (03.1750) D. Morgan
  (a) Donald Campbell of Barbreck (b 1751, d 1804)
  m. (1778) Mary Campbell (dau of Lord Frederick Campbell)
  ((1)) Frederick William Campbell, last of Barbreck (b 04.01.1782) had issue (1 dau)
  It appears that Barbreck was acquired by John Campbell of Ballimore.
m1.(Emma Ashwell) Caulfield (dsp 1817, dau of Wade Toby-Caulfield)
  m2. (21.02.1820) Sophia Winnington (dau of Sir Edward Winnington, Bart)
  ((A)) daughter
  ((2)) John Campbell (b 1786, d 17.03.1800)
  (b) Charles Campbell (b 1762, d 1822, Major General) who appears to have married ...
  m. (17.02.1786, div) Harriet Fraser (b 1769-70, dau of Charles Fraser of Ardachy)
  (c) Isabella Lucy Campbell probably of this generation
m. (1777) David Campbell, 2nd of Combie
  (d)+ other issue - Laurence (b 1753, d 1824, Captain), daughter (d unm)
  (ii) Lionel Campbell
  m. _ Campbell (dau of Sir James Campbell of Auchenbreck, Bart)
  (ii) daughter
  m. _ Stewart of Kilwhinlock
  (iii) daughter
  m. _ Campbell of Saddel (Colonel)
  (iv) daughter
  b. Duncan Campbell
  ii. Archibald Campbell probably of this generation
  m. (1648) Margaret Campbell (dau of Archibald Campbell, Captain of Dunstaffnage)

 

 

Thomas Campbell
1. Sir John Campbell of Lundie
  m. (before 1552) Isobel Gray (dau of Andrew, 2nd Lord Gray)
  A. John Campbell of Lundie
  m. Janet Hering
  i. John Campbell of Lundie (dsp)
  m. Elspeth Scrymgeour (dau of Sir James Scrymgeour of Dudhope)
  B.+ 3 daughters
2. John Campbell of Kinochtree apparently of this generation
  HJHeraldry reports that Thomas "had apparently a second son", identified as this John who is the first shown by HJHeraldry (Campbell, vol 1, 'Kinochtree, Otter, Ormidale, and Ardmannoch', p51) where he is identified as "probably younger son" of Thomas and father of George of Kinnochtree by ...
  m. _ Halyburton (dau of _ Halyburton of Pitcur)
  A. George Campbell of Kinochtree (a 1622, Burgess of Inverary)
  HJHeraldry shows George as married to Janet Murray (dau of Donald Murray, Provost of Inverary) and ancestor of later Campbells of 'Kinochtree, Otter, Ormidale, and Ardmannoch'. Provisionally, we show that George as son of John Campbell of Souterhouses (Soutarhouses), later of Calsayend.

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : HJHeraldry (Campbell, vol 1, 'Barbreck', p25), Commoners (vol 1, Campbell of Barbreck', p563+)
(2) For lower section : HJHeraldry (Campbell, vol 1, 'House of Lundie', p51)
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