Campbell Of Barcaldine

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Barcaldine Castle was built by Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy at the end of the 1500's

The existing Campbell of Barcaldine family have a significant collection of papers, and there is also more in Edinburgh.
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Campbell baronets, of Barcaldine (or Barcaldyne) and of Glenure (1831)

Arms of the Campbell Baronet of Barcaldine
The Campbell Baronetcy, of Barcaldine (or Barcaldyne) in the County of Argyll and of Glenure, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 30 September 1831 for the soldier Duncan Campbell. His third son, John Peter William Campbell (1824–1901), was a Major-General in the Bengal Staff Corps.
Sir Duncan Campbell 1786–1842 1st Baronet
Sir Alexander Campbell 1819–1880 2nd Baronet
Sir Duncan Alexander Dundas Campbell 1856–1926 3rd Baronet
Sir Alexander William Dennistoun Campbell 1848–1931 4th Baronet
Sir Duncan John Alfred Campbell, 5th Baronet (1854–1932)
Sir Eric Francis Dennistoun Campbell, 6th Baronet (1892–1963)
Sir Ian Vincent Hamilton Campbell, 7th Baronet (1895–1978)
Sir Niall Alexander Hamilton Campbell, 8th Baronet (1925–2003)
Sir Roderick Duncan Cameron Campbell,[1] 9th Baronet (born 1961),_of_Barcaldine_(or_Barcaldyne)_and_of_Glenure_(1831)

Repository code GB 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference GD112
Title Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments)
Dates 1306-20th century
Access status Open
Including letters from John, 1st earl of Breadalbane, which fill some of the gaps in section 39; wet letterbooks kept by Sir Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine, on Breadalbane's affairs, including one volume relating to Breadalbane's work as Lord Chamberlain, 1845-52.

Secretaries' correspondence. John Ferguson, 1827-38, J M de Satrusegui, 1842-4, Sir Alexander Campbell of Barcaldine, 1843-56. Writers include: hon Fox Maule, Sir Edwin Landseer, Sir Francis Sykes, Francis Meynell, Macleod of Macleod, David Laing, Cosmo Innes and W H Lizars [on printing the 'Black Book of Taymouth'], Dr Joseph Watson.

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