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1  Cameron, Anne Slade (I36628)
2 Baker in Scotland, Policeman in Tas, rising to Superintendant. He migrated to Tasmania per "Goldseeker" with his wife, arriving Sep 1858 Cameron, James (I48338)
3  Cameron, Janet (I36232)
4 Crofter and turner in Ballachulish, later a merchant there. The family later moved to Elerig farm in Appin Cameron, Duncan (I30872)
5 She migrated per "Arthurstone" from Plymouth 26 May 1881, arriving Brisbane 1 Sep 1881. ?Went to Rockhampton with father and sisters after migration. She was known as Cameron-Crombie at her death. Cameron, Catherine McAra (I27129)
6 She migrated with her husband and 3 children on "Kate", arriving Australia 16 Oct 1852. They went first to the Hunter, and then settled in the Clarence River district.  Cameron, Janet (I43909)
7  Cameron, Duncan (I15290)
8  Cameron, Alexandrina (I3207)
9  Cameron, Robert (I11109)
10  Cameron, Christy (I15558)
11  Cameron, Catherine (I15592)
12  Cameron, Agnes (I16043)
13  Cameron, Mary (I40408)

Cameron, Kenneth (I3732)
Truskett, William Kenneth (I687)
Cameron, Edith Ann (I27580)
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I55322)
Family F20301
Arrived Port Phillip 15 Oct 1848, from Plymouth 9 Aug 1848 per "Blonde", as unmarried shepherd, aged 19 or 21, Presbyterian, "who went to Melbourne at his own request". 
Cameron, Angus (I82284)
Arrived Port Phillip 8 Nov 1848 from Plymouth 17 Jul 1848 per "Andromache" as unmarried shepherd in Fort William, aged 20 (SL) or 24 (Disposal list). 
Cameron, Alexander (I82227)
East India Merchant, retired in 1901. He was British Consul in Batavia, reporting on the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883.

He bought Ardsheal House, Kentallen, Appin in 1906. 
Cameron, Alexander Patrick (I36270)
Son of George Hemingway and Janet Chalmers. (Marriage cert. - Ancestry)
He may be listed in NZ BDM as John Chalmers McRobbie Hemingway, b. 1885, son of George and Jessie.

Civil engineer, RAN WWII 
Cameron, Ian Lindsay Chalmers (I78590)
Son of James Arkell and Mary Pearce.

He was a "Pentonvillean Exile" to Victoria having stolen picture frames from his carpenter/framemaker employer in Gloucestershire. He seems to have been charged with at least 2 theft offences before being incarcerated and then deported. He established his farm Bylands near Bald Hill and Wandong outside of Melbourne and on his wife's death certificate also describes himself as a storekeeper. The stone farm buildings he and Flora Cameron built are still there. (Ref. Rosemary Willis)

He m.2. Martha Jane Key, widow, no issue. She d. 6 Jan 1910 
Arkell, Frederick George (I29543)
Train driver, Singleton councillor 
Brittliffe, John (I27438)
25  Pollard, Mary Gertrude (I59337)
26 Episcopalian. Grew up in France and succeeded in 1762 on brother's death, aged about 15. Ensign and later Captain in 30th Foot (General Parsloe's Regiment) - Commission 26th June, 1765, bought for 400. He transferred to 71st Fraser Highlanders in 1775 and raised a company, but died before leaving for America. He had a lease of Glendessary portion of Annexed estate.

In 1770 he was described by Charles Cameron of Worcester (b. Jul 1748) as "a few months older than I am". (Celtic Monthly Mar 1903) 
Cameron, Charles 21st Lochiel (I26115)
27 "aged 74"  Turner, Alexander George (I10993)
28 "disappeared ca 1890"  Cameron, Thomas Robertson (I39425)
29 (and 7 Jun 1844, Middle Parish, Greenock) Family F12538
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12062)
31 (will Sep 1992)
Ref: Ron Cameron 
Cameron, Jessie Stalker (I81731)
32 2nd AIF, PoW Changi Maurer, Leslie Cameron (I4622)
33 ?from Inverness shire, nr Fort William. Ref: Letter of Claudia Browne Cameron, Archibald (I81093)
34 dau. of Andrew McAra, agricultural labourer, and Janet (Jessie) McGregor (who m. 23 Aug 1823, Monzie). MacAra, Catharine (I26728)
35 dau. of Thomas Robertson and Margaret Stirling
She arrived later with her children, ca 1832/33.

She may have arrived Sydney 29 Oct 1832 per "Minerva" from Leith, with her children John, Margaret and Jean (ref Ancestry.com). Captain Robertson may have been listed as Master John H. Robertson, possibly a relation of Jessie.
Not all the 39 steerage passengers are listed in Ancestry (ref. Sydney Gazette)
Robertson, Jessie (I39357)
36 Donald (Big Donald, the younger) was the head of a notorious and unruly family who lived on the farms of Leckroy and Annat at the head of Glen Roy and they were known to have rental interests in the farms down towards Onich and Loch Leven Cameron, Donald (I112593)
37 He left Krongart Station, SA about 1869 for Dalyenong Cameron, Ewen (I31391)
38 migrated per "St Helena", arrived NSW 1854 Cameron, Peter (I82656)
39 or Portland (BDM index) Cameron, John (I34178)
40 RAN, WWII Cameron, Keith Clarence MBE (I7231)
41 She gave her age as 48 on migration (and d. cert states aged 89, married at 20) Cameron, Margaret (I34808)
42 son of Andrew Bonar of Kimmerghame, Berwick Bonar, Capt. Alexander MacDonell RA (I36154)
43 Surgeon Superintendent, passenger per "Ferguson"
Arrived Sydney from Dublin 26 Mar 1829.

He is also noted as surgeon on other convict ships. 
Cameron, Charles RN (I82482)
44 " b. ca 1839" Cameron, Mary (I30156)
45 "12th Chief of Glen Nevis", at the time of the '45. However some authorities name his son Ewen as 12th chief as noted below.

Listed as Captain in Lochiel's regiment.

It is noted he had 5 children living in 1746, when his house was burnt.

Surrendered ca March 1746 on parole at Inverary. Transferred to Edinburgh Castle March 1747, with Duncallon (Ref. London papers March 1747). Released July 1747 with Act of Indemnity. 
Cameron, Alexander of Glennevis (I37483)
46 "37 years in Victoria". Lived at Cave Hill, Heywood. Cameron, Malcolm (I54468)
47 "3rd daughter of Mr D. Cameron, Gerhallow, Dunoon, Scotland".
No death cert. found to confirm parentage. 
Cameron, Mary (I120441)
48 "3rd son, aged 41" Cameron, Peter Clarence (I115311)
49 "4th Chief" of Clan McIntyre MacIntyre, Dr Donald (I35911)
50 "4th son, aged 35" Cameron, Albert Montrose (I115328)

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