George Campbell

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Personal and Family Information

George was born about 1845 in Bothkennar, Stirlingshire, Scotland, the son of Alexander Campbell and Jean Easton.

He died in 1924 in 44 Grieve St., Methilhill, Fifeshire, Scotland.

His wife was Margaret Reid, who he married on 18 MAY 1865 in Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Their eight known children were Alexander (1865-?), Margaret (1868-?), Jane (1870-1934), Ebenezer Reid (1873-?), George (c1875-?), Colin (1878-?), James (c1881-?) and Elizabeth (c1885-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

George Campbell
(c1845-1924)

 

Alexander Campbell
(c1809-<1851)

   
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Jean Easton
(c1809-1888)

 

Alexander Easton
(c1786-?)

 

Alexander Easton
(c1752-?)

+
   

Janet Simpson
(c1756-?)

+
   

Agnes Borrowman
(c1782-1862)

 

John Borrowman
(c1750-?)

+
   

Jean Love
(c1747-?)

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Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1845
Place: Bothkennar, Stirlingshire, Scotland
Death1924
Place: 44 Grieve St., Methilhill, Fifeshire, Scotland

Attributes

AttributeDateDescriptionDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
OccupationCoal Mine Fire Inspector

Notes

Note 1

!Source: David Ferrie from http://www.genesreunited.com/.

!Source: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/ 1841 Census - Larbert, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

!Source:?

Dwelling:132 East Benhar Census Place:Whitburn, Linlithgow, Scotland Source:FHL Film 0203709 GRO Ref Volume 673-2 EnumDist 1 Page 24 MarrAgeSexBirthplace

George CAMPBELLM36 MBothkennar, Stirling, Scotland Rel:Head Occ:Coal Miner

Margaret CAMPBELLM37 FLarbert, Stirling, Scotland Rel:Wife Occ:Miners Wife

Alexander CAMPBELLU15 MLarbert, Stirling, Scotland Rel:Son Occ:Coal Miner

Margaret CAMPBELL 12 FBothkennar, Stirling, Scotland Rel:Daughter Occ:Scholar

Jane CAMPBELL 10 FNewarthill, Lanark, Scotland Rel:Daughter Occ:Scholar

Ebenezer CAMPBELL 7 MNewarthill, Lanark, Scotland Rel:Son Occ:Scholar

George CAMPBELL 6 MNewarthill, Lanark, Scotland Rel:Son Occ:Scholar

Colin CAMPBELL 2 MNewarthill, Lanark, Scotland Rel:Son