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Alex., Andrew, Campbell. Don'd & Marg't Cameron.

In/loving memory of/ALEXANDER CAMPBELL/blacksmith/died 9th May 1933 aged 88 years/ANDREW THOMSON CAMPBELL/garage proprietor/died 1st June 1968 aged 95 years/DONALD McDONALD CAMERON/stonemason/died 30th January 1940 aged 60 years/MARGARET THOMPSON CAMERON/beloved wife of the above/died 1st February 1961 aged 82 years/NETTIE ADAMS/grand-neice of the above/DONALD CAMERON/died 30th January 1940 aged 2 years.

Picture Added on 13 April 2009.


It is actually Donald Macdonald Cameron. This is my grand-father and grand-mother.
Added by Iain M Cameron on 17 August 2010.
Donald Macdonald Cameron is my 2x great uncle.His sister Annie is my great grand mother, her daughter Margaret was my grand mother.
Added by Mrs Irene Fisher on 28 March 2013.
Donald's father[John]had 9 siblings.John died in 1923 his wife Annie[Macdonald]died in 1908.They are both buried in Old Urquhart graveyard, with them is there 2x daughters, a baby girl died 1885, Margaret died 1906.Also [john]2x brothers and sister, Angus died 1920, Alexander died 1932 and [their sister] Margaret died 1923.John and Annie grandson died 1910, William John Airlie died 1922[another grand son] last Margaret Mackinnon died 1918.Margaret is a cousin of John.All this information I have collected over the years from professional people who researched it for me.Also I had to do a lot of research myself.
Added by Mrs Irene Fisher on 29 March 2013.
Donald's sister Annie Airlie [Cameron] is buried at Alness graveyard.His parents are buried at old Urquhart graveyard.
Added by Mrs Irene Fisher on 29 March 2013.
Hi, thank you for this. I've been looking for their graves for a while. I had thought that Annie Airlie and family had emigrated to Canada!
My dad Andy would have been your grand mother's cousin. There are only two of Donald's children left, Peter and Jessie, both are in their 90's.

Added by Iain M Cameron on 02 April 2013.
thank you for replying back.please leave your e mail address so i can reply to you.i was born grand mother margaret died in 1994.Of annie children there is only 2 alive adam and lizzie, but she did bring a grand daughter up called nellie [nellie lives in inverness].adam lives in alness i think lizzie lives in mother died in 1981 age 41yrs.annie daughter helen died 3 yrs ago.annie oldest child [donald james cameron] died in 1974, annie herself died in 1954 at millcraig alness.daniel [annie husband] died in 1971.i used to live in alness so visted there grave often.
Added by Mrs Irene Fisher on 04 April 2013.
annie never moved out of scotland.her son daniel died in ww2 in france [saint vallery].
Added by Mrs Irene Fisher on 04 April 2013.
That is interesting as my father was contacted shortly before he died by someone claiming to be a relative of the Airlie's from Canada. He sent the a couple of copies of pictures of the Airlie family.
Daniel's cousin Neil was captured at st vallery and spent the rest of the war as a pow. There is a display in Dingwall museum with him .

Added by Iain M Cameron on 05 April 2013.
My email address is
Added by Iain M Cameron on 05 April 2013.
hi will e mail you.i have started researching the airlie family tree daniel grand-parents married in 1855 in glasgow.his mother elizabeth died in glasgow in 1934, his father joesph died in 1897, four months before he was e-mail is son daniel name is on the war monument in alness.i was born in dingwall.did you know your grand-father had 4 sisters, one died when she was 18years old.
Added by Mrs Irene Fisher on 07 April 2013.
Hi, my great great grandfather was Annie Airlie nee Cameron. Donald James Cameron, her son, was my great grandfather. If anyone would like to email me so we can talk, please do.
Added by Abigail Cameron on 06 September 2015.
Hello, My great grandmother was Jamesina Cameron, sister of Donald and Annie. She married Alexander MacDonald, and had 5 children, including my grandfather James. They lived at Newton Kinkell, on a croft that their son Sandy lived on until he passed away this summer (2017). Sandy was a mason (just like Donald), heavily involved in the restoration of Kinkell Castle. I'm trying to piece together this Cameron line. Their paternal grandfather, John Cameron, was seemingly born in Lochalsh around 1818. Does anyone know what year he died, and where?
Added by Alasdair MacDonald on 12 September 2017.
Alasdair please get in touch I have records of John and his wife Margaret.They are my ggg grand-parents. Jasmina was my gg aunt, my aunt lived with her for a while.
Added by Irenefisher on 13 September 2017.

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