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From: "Patricia Terpstra" <>
Subject: Re: [CAMPBELL] Campbells of Fairfield---Ayrshire, parish of Monktoun
Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 21:46:22 -0500
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I haven't been ignoring you. I've been on vacation and trying to get back in
sync again.
I'm wondering if this is the same Hugh Campbell. This Hugh Campbell's
son died before 1660 (altho married). It doesn't say how long Hugh lived.
And unfortunately what I included is all there is.......
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jean Bunch" <>
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Sent: Sunday, May 23, 2004 1:36 PM
Subject: Re: [CAMPBELL] Campbells of Fairfield---Ayrshire, parish of
Monktoun


> You mention a Hugh Campbell, I have him in my line (wife unknown) in 1694.
> Would like info on him if you have anything more. He is the earliest I
have
> found. Jean Bunch
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Patricia Terpstra" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 7:40 PM
> Subject: [CAMPBELL] Campbells of Fairfield---Ayrshire, parish of Monktoun
>
>
> > Genealogy and notes taken from "History of the Counties of Ayr and
> Wigtown"
> > by James Paterson, vol 1--Kyle, Edinburgh: 1863
> >
> > This Campbell family was originally from Whitehaugh, in Muirkirk parish
> and
> > had been merchants in Ayr for a number of generations. The first record
> is
> > for
> >
> > William CAMPBELL of Whytehaugh, who on 11 Oct 1583 received from John
> > COCHRANE , burgess of Ayr, 250 merks in "redemption fom the said William
> of
> > the back tenement of land, with yards and pertinents, of Thomas KENNEDY
of
> > Ardmillan. This William also appears in a 1585 transaction..
> >
> > Hugh CAMPBELL of Whytehaugh, who was left 50 merks by Charles CAMPBELL
of
> > Glaisnock in 1629.
> >
> > John CAMPBELL of Whythaugh (believed to be the son of Hugh above)
married
> > Helen STEVENSON,. He died before 1660 as his widow married in 1661 to
> John
> > MITCHELL of Turnhill. He was succeeded by his son,
> >
> > John CAMPBELL of Whytehaugh, who married Jean PATERSON, daughter of
> > Alexander PATERSON of Blairkip. Their children were John CAMPBELL and
> Janet
> > CAMPBELL, who married Hugh MITCHELL of Dalgain.
> >
> > John CAMPBELL of Whytehaugh, some time Provost of Ayr. He had sasine of
> > Nether Whytehaugh in 8 Oct 1700 and of Over Whytehaugh in 10 Feb 1713.
He
> > also held in 1706 sasine to the land of Oxinshaw. However, these lands
> were
> > later resigned to Mungo CAMPBELL of Netherplace (see earlier posting on
> this
> > family). He married Catherine FERGUSSON of Auchenblain. They had a
son,
> >
> > William CAMPBELL of Fairfield, property he had recently acquired. In
1747
> > he married Betty METCALF of Virginia. He entailed his property so that
> his
> > heirs should always bear the name and arms of Campbell with the
> designation
> > of Fairfield. They had a son,
> >
> > William CAMPBELL of Fairfield, advocate. He was provost of Ayr in
1784.
> > He sold the lands of Whytehaugh. He married twice. First to Sarah
> > CUNINGHAME of Cambridge, New England with whom he had six children, and
> > secondly Catherine GUNNING, niece of Sir Robert GUNNING of Eltham, Kent,
> > with whom he had twelve children.
> > From his first marriage only two children survived: Martha Kilby
> > CAMPBELL, the eldest, married Charles M'VICAR of Tobago and the second
> > child, Elizabeth CAMPBELL, married Lord John D. CAMPBELL, only remaining
> > brother ot the Duke of Argyle.
> > From his second marriage, the children, listed by sex are: William
> > Gunning CAMBPELL, George CAMBPELL, Charles CAMBPELL, (Major in the
> E.I.C.'s
> > service, he married Jane WEMYSS, daughter of the Hon. Leveson Granvile
> > MURRAY, second son of the Earl of Drummore), Alexander CAMPBELL, Napier
> > CAMPBELL, James CAMPBELL, Andrew CAMPBELL, Argyle CAMPBELL, Charlotte
> > CAMPBELL, Isabella CAMPBELL, Marion CAMPBELL, and Catherine CAMPBELL.
> >
> > William Gunning CAMPBELL of Fairfield. He married Diana INGILBY in
1811,
> > daughter of Sir John INGILBY, Bart. of Ripley-Park, Yorkshire. They had
> one
> > son, William Ingilby CAMPBELL, lieutenant in the 6th Dragoon Guards, who
> > drowned in 1835. William Gunning CAMPBELL married again in 1845 to
Maria
> > M'NAUGHTON, only daughter of J.H. M. MENZIES, second son of John Menzies
> of
> > Culdares.
> >
> > He was succeed by Levesson GRANVILLE CAMPBELL (appears to be his nephew,
> but
> > is not stated as such) who was born in 1825. He was justice of the
peace
> > for Ayrshire. He married Mary COWAN.
> >
> > Note--Arms are those of a cadet of Cesnock
> >
> > Fairfield was orginally called Monkton Mains, and belonged to a branch
of
> > the Blairs of Adamton.
> >
> >
> >
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