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The Cameron Family
 
The name Cameron is derived from the Gaelic words 'cam' and 'sron', meaning 'crooked nose'.
 
There has been just one member identified from this branch of the Cameron family so far:
Ann Cameron (17?? - 1???)  married James MacGillivray
 
 

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NB: Family history charts can be accessed at http://www.tribalpages.com/tribes/chrispaton

Ann Cameron
17?? - 1???
 
Ann was Calum's and Jamie's great great great great grandmother.
 
On May 21st 1772, Ann, described as being from the parish of Ruthven, married James MacGillivray, from Dunchea, Inverness-shire. The wedding took place in Ruthven. From the research done by Jane MacGillivray on her Operation Dunlichity site, it appears that the couple had three children at least.
 
After their marriage, the couple moved to a neighbouring farm called Bochruben, situated about a mile west of Dunchea, and which still exists today as a farm. James, a former shoemaker, was later noted as working as a farm manager and also as a weaver in his lifetime.
 
 
CHILDREN of ANN CAMERON and JAMES MacGILLIVRAY:
Donald MacGillivray
b: 24/7/1772  c: 26/7/1772  d: 30/1/1860
 
Donald was Calum's and Jamie's great great great grandfather - see the MacGillivray page.
 
 
 
Jean MacGillivray
b: 5/10/1774  c: 11/12/1774
 
Jean was born and baptised in the parish of Dores and Boleskine, presumably at Buchroben.
 
 
 
Janet MacGillivray
b: 13/1/1778  c: 8/2/1778
 
Janet was born and baptised in Buchroben, in the parish of Dores and Boleskine.  
 
 
 
James MacGillivray
b: 1/8/1781  d: 27/2/1866
 
James was born in the parish of Dores and Boleskine.
 
 

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