S.W. Campbell's of Argyll who's profiles posted here are for research purpose only. Presently I have no proof they are related to the Campbell's who were in Jamaica.
I do know that the Campbell families in Jamaica were from Argyll.
Before settling in Jamaica, some were in Barbados. After leaving Jamaica some settled in England and the USA The ones posted here will be used for reference and research and excluded if and when not found relevant to the search.
If you are of the American branch and aware of the connections and can contribute info, please do.
If you have the history of your Campbell family in Jamaica, your collaboration on this project would be welcome ( just send me a message) thx
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Archibald Campbell of Jura
Colin Campbell of New Hope
Duncan Campbell of Kilduskland appoints Duncan Campbell of Kilduskland had led a group of settlers from Argyll to North Carolina in 1739 ['Scottish Emigration to Colonial America 1607-1785' ]
E F G H I J
James Campbell of Kames, in Cowal, 'late merchant in Glasgow and sometime of Jamaica' m Margaret Lamont
John Campbell of Salt Spring
Same John Campbell Black River
K L M N
Neil Campbell, Duncan's brother
Patrick Campbell of Knap,
S T U V W X Y X
Dunardry and Knap ?
Rev. Neill Campbell, Principal of University College Glascow
Orange Bay plantation
Fish River plantation
New Hope in the Island of Jamaica
John Campbell (now residing in Conduit Street in the parish of St. George Hanover Square London) Kendall in the parish of Hanover, Jamaica
John Graham Campbell, Tomlin Campbell, Archibald Campbell, James Campbell Anna Maria Campbell
Colin Woodstock Campbell
Mary Ann Campbell
Notes and add
Blagrove Parkin Coore/slack Bradshaw/Blagrove Blagrove/Shakespear Elizabeth Currie Witter Mein Paton Slack? Todd Walton Boothby
Graham maybe not belong here?
Orange Valley Minard Pen Maggoty Pen
Thomas Williams(partnership) Cardiff Hall, Orange Bay Black River Penbrook estate Penbroke? The ridge?
Torbhlaren Argyll Knockbury
John Campbell to North America, 1756, son of Colin, jack of hope barham kilduskland
dugald launce new hope
alexander campbell/tharp clarke johnson vassal
place hanover pell river plantation crooks clerk
portland and st george john campbell of hermitage sophia campbell of rthurs seat c campbell and gray campbell and whittle of industry
portland pen bagatelle/duncancampbell ellysium duncan campbell
James LAUNcE WAS IN PORTLAND related to mccallun and donald campbell
manchonal alexander campbell granted land in 1750 near innes and marshall
note jobline,bradshaw,wallen,lidmir,macmorrice, henry browne thomas richards, j,n baker not related but harris was in portland
st thomas vale john of belgar john of barmaddy estate of t mawn alexander frienship penn glengyfe westmoreland
colored campbell charles/wilhemina smith dugald/rebecca legister grace Banton archibald blair tulloch finucane hutchinson delaroche
Present relatives Innes Davis Gray
References and Links