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Rev. Archibald Cameron

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Rev. Archibald Cameron  b. 1587, d. 1662. Minister of Inchcalzeach 1617. He was brother of Rev. John Cameron, Principal of Glasgow University and said to be son or either John Cameron, Minister of Dunoon or Thomas Cameron, of Glasgow, brothers of the 14th and 15th Captains of Clan Cameron. Mackenzie gives a somewhat different early ancestry for this family, with an extra generation, viz. Rev. John Cameron of Dunoon, whose third son Thomas (of Glasgow) married Margaret Boyd. Their son Thomas married Jean Macaulay of Ardincaple, with son John, minister of Kincardine

m.   Christian MacAulay  dau. of Walter MacAulay of Ardincaple

1.1  Alexander Cameron  Minister of Roseneath from 1665

m.   Catherine Buchanan 

2.1  Archibald Cameron 

1.2  William Cameron  b. ca 1637, d. 29 Jan 1698 Edinburgh. Minister of Greenock 1667-1680

m.   Mary Wauchope  Issue

1.3  Aulay Cameron  Merchant in Glasgow

1.4  John Cameron  b. ca 1654, d. 6 Jun 1719 Edinburgh.

m.1.  3 Oct 1682, Edinburgh, Janet Barclay  d. Sep 1700, bur. 15 Sep 1700. dau. of Robertson Barclay of Cavell.Issue 3 daughters, 1 son

m.2.  12 Jan 1701, Elizabeth Luckley  dau. of John Luckley or Lucklow of Cupar

2.1  Isobel Cameron 

m.  1719, Bishop Robert Keith 

3.1  Katherine Keith 

2.2  Thomas Cameron, MD  b. Jan 1704, d. 21 Nov 1777 Worcester. Began practice in Worcester 1727

m.1.  3 Oct 1738, Birlingham, Worcester, Elizabeth Severn  d. 1747. dau. of Rev. Thomas Severne

m.2.  17 Sep 1747, Barbara Ann Plowden  d. 9 Dec 1773. dau. of William Plowden of Plowden and Maria Lyttleton

3.1  Charles Cameron, MA, B.Med  b. 25 Jul 1748 Worcester, d. 27 Dec 1818 Worcester. Balliol College, Oxford. Physician, of the Commandery, Worcester

3.2  Henry Cameron  b. ca 1750, d. Feb 1824.

3.3  Mary Cameron  b. May 1752, d. 4 Oct 1826.