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Robert Cameron

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Robert Cameron  b. 1825 Edinburgh. Possibly born 30 May 1825, Edinburgh, son of Allan Cameron and Janet Wright Quay labourer, hansom cabdriver. He moved to London ca 1869

m.   Robina Williamson  b. ca 1833 Leith, Edinburgh.

1.1  William Cameron  b. ca 1855 Leith, Edinburgh. Warehouseman, commercial traveller, ship’s chandler

m.  1879, Finsbury, London, Mary Kerr Liddell  b. 5 Dec 1854 London, bapt. 25 Mar 1855. Dau. of Thomas Liddell and Janet (?Kerr) (her sister Julia K. Liddell, aged 16, was living with them in 1881)

2.1  Robert John Cameron  b. 1 Feb 1880 Hackney, London.

2.2  Thomas Liddell Cameron  b. 1881 Hackney, London, d. 1885 Hackney, London.

2.3  William Cameron  b. 1883 Hackney, London.

2.4  Dougal M. Cameron  b. 1884 Hackney, London.

2.5  Janet Liddell Cameron  b. 1886 Hackney, London.

2.6  Frank Cameron  b. 1888 Hackney, London.

2.7  Alexander Cameron  b. 1889 Hackney, London.

2.8  Andrew Kerr Cameron  b. 6 Dec 1890 Hackney, London, d. 25 Jul 1969 Warrandyte, Vic, bur. Fawkner, Vic. Said to be descended from Erracht Camerons. He was cadet officer at age 13. Orchardist in Tasmania 1920s, then again at sea, living NSW and Qld, before farming at Northam, WA to 1939. Lieut. RANVR WWII, later living in WA and Victoria

m.  17 May 1918, Weymouth, UK, Mary Elizabeth Ellen  b. 23 Jan 1894, d. 1973 Warradyte. Nee O'Grady, widow of Eric Ellen (d. WW1) and dau. of Sir James O'Grady, KCMG, (b. 1866, d. 1934), Governor of Tasmania 1924-30, Governor of Falklands 1931-34

3.1  Mary Kerr Cameron  b. 18 Jun 1919 England.

3.2  Living 

3.3  Living 

2.9  Mary Cameron  b. 1894 Hackney, London.

1.2  Rebecca Williamson Cameron  b. 21 Jan 1858 Leith, Edinburgh.

1.3  Jane Cameron  b. 22 Jan 1860 Glasgow.

1.4  Helen Cameron  b. ca 1867 Glasgow. Living with her brother in London 1891