Christie, McCall or Macdonald, McMartin, Campbell

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    ,valr
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    Hi
    I have managed to trace my family tree back to Killin in the 1700’s – these are the names – Chrsite, Campbell, McCall/Macdonald, Mcmartin.
    My gggg grandfather and ggg grandfather used the name Macdonald in most official documents but elsewhere used McCall or even “McCall or Macdonald”! Subsequent generations just went by McCall.
    My ancestors lived at various times in Ardchyle, Ledcharry, Croftchose, Auchlyne, and Tirarthur.
    I would love to hear from and compare notes with anyone else with connections to these families.
    Thanks!
    Val

    #37011
    ,marion campbell
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    Hi Val
    I have Campbell’s born at Ledcharry between 1828 and 1833. Any connection?
    Marion

    #37013
    ,stuarthirst
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    Hi Val
    My wife is a Campbell (auchlyne I believe) who surface in Laggan,1775 but previously in and around Killin.I have references to Ardchyle last being Hugh Campbell ,1830/40 but have not been able to tie in all the family precisely.We arte visiting Killin mid August 2007 in the hope that we can move forward.Any help would be appreciated.
    Stuart

    #37012
    ,valr
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    Hi
    I have Colin Campbell who married Margaret Dow who was born in Killin in 1801,Jean Campbell who married Robert Donaldson ( first child Betty born 1799),Mary Campbell who married Robert Reid, and the one I am most interested in – Mary Campbell who married James McCall or Macdonald and had a son Alexander in 1776. Also Lewissa Campbell who married Malcolm Christie and gave birth to Gilbert Christie in 1764. Does anyone recognise any connections?
    Thanks

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