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Archibald in Commons of Argyll
Archibald in Commons of Argyll
The Commons of Argyll: Names Lists of 1685 and 1692, Ed. by Duncan C. MacTavish "List of Rebells in Argyll Shyr and Tatbert Shyr" page 13 Kilmeden or Glendaruell paroch Kildalvine: "Archibald Campbell and three sons all banished furth of the kingdom;" Kildolvein: "John Campbell of Kildolveine."
 
 
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Burn next to Kildalvan Chapel - looking down over the valley
Burn next to Kildalvan Chapel - looking down over the valley
 
 
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Burn next to Kildalvan Chapel - looking up
Burn next to Kildalvan Chapel - looking up
 
 
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Cherry Valley in South Orange Township, Essex County, New Jersey 1872
Cherry Valley in South Orange Township, Essex County, New Jersey 1872
A crop from http://mapmaker.rutgers.edu/1872Atlas/Hudson_Union_Essex_1872.jpg

There is a tradition stemming from the descendants of Joel Campbell that this Campbell family came from "Cherry Valley". The first group of researchers for this Campbell family tried to link this with Cherry Valley, New York, the home of Colonel Samuel Campbell, son of James Campbell. The first group erroneously believed, at that time, Colonel Samuel Campbell to be the son of Samuel Campbell, brother to James Campbell. Compare with the location of the Campbell properties and Valley Street (the same road running through the red circle). The question is how long was the highlighted area referred to as Cherry Valley seeing that the map dates from 1872? 
 
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Family Group Sheet submitted by Michael P. Havens to CCSNA representing the state of research in August 2001
Family Group Sheet submitted by Michael P. Havens to CCSNA representing the state of research in August 2001
A couple of things regarding this document.
1. Y-DNA testing has disproved a connection to Boston.
2. Subsequent research has shown that "Mary Hunter" of Boston was the wife of James Hunter, not his daughter. Further, it appears she married a "Samuel Cammel" of Boston.
3. Robert Campbell father of Samuel of Newark was "of" Kildalvan, not Dergachy. Robert of Dergachy was found to never have left Scotland. This was realized by Robert Goodwin and reflected in his GEDCOM dated 2009. 
 
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Glendaruel Valley floor near Kildalvan
Glendaruel Valley floor near Kildalvan
 
 
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Glendaruel Valley near Kildalvan looking south
Glendaruel Valley near Kildalvan looking south
 
 
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Kildalvan Chapel hillside
Kildalvan Chapel hillside
 
 
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Kildalvan Chapel remains
Kildalvan Chapel remains
 
 
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Kildalvan dwelling.jpg
Kildalvan dwelling.jpg
 
 
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Kildalvan hillside
Kildalvan hillside
 
 
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Kildalvan's Cup Marked Stone.jpg
Kildalvan's Cup Marked Stone.jpg
 
 
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Levi Campbell - close up
Levi Campbell - close up
Status: Located;  
 
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Levi Campbell - close up
Levi Campbell - close up
Status: Located;  
 
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Levi Campbell - full view
Levi Campbell - full view
Status: Located;  
 
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Samuel Campbell Will 01
Samuel Campbell Will 01
The date 15 Feb 1781 is the date the probate was recorded. See image 02. 
 
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Samuel Campbell Will 02
Samuel Campbell Will 02
 
 
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Samuel Campbell Will 03
Samuel Campbell Will 03
 
 
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Samuel Campbell Will and Probate
Samuel Campbell Will and Probate
 
 
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South Orange, Essex, Colony of New Jersey
South Orange, Essex, Colony of New Jersey
Map showing the approximate locations of the farms of the sons of Robert Campbell.