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Camerons of Loudoun Parish, Ayrshire
Researched and contributed by John Cameron JOHNC@afscmeillinois.org
John Cameron & ?
John Cameron & ?
& Agnes Findlay
& Margaret Morton
John Cameron & Mary Brown
& Agnes Hamilton
John Cameron & Ann Parker
Ann H.L. 1818
Cameron & ?
Cameron & ?
& Janet Paterson
W4. William Cameron & Janet Young Wright
& Janet Ross
William Cameron & Christina
A1. Alexander Cameron & Mary Paterson Baker
& Margaret Paterson
& Margaret Inglis
Cameron & Robert Pollock
of Loudoun Parish, Ayrshire
Peter Cameron & Margaret Paterson
Andrew Dunning & Janet Cameron
Robert Pollock & Jean Cameron (of Galston)
James Pollock & Isobel Cameron (of Galston)
Alexander Smith & Agnes Cameron
John Steele (of Galston) & Helen Cameron
John Young (of Galston) & Janet Cameron
John Scott & Margaret Cameron
Andrew McKay & Margaret Cameron
James Paton & Agnes Cameron
Andrew Craig & Mary Cameron
James Cameron & Marion Borland (of Galston)
James Mair & Jean Cameron
John Campbell & Mary Cameron
William Cameron & Janet Ross
Nicol Cameron & Fanny Morton (of Galston)
William Cameron & Christina Strang (of E. Kilbride)
Andrew Greenshield (of Galston) & Jean Cameron
4-24-1844 James Brown & Marion
Hugh Gray & Sarah Cameron
John Borland (of Galston) & Janet Cameron
6-20-1846 James Boyd & Marion Cameron
Janet Cameron, wife of William Gilchrist in Garlencraig (?)
Marion Cameron, daughter of Alexander Cameron, baker, Darvel.
Janet Cameron, daughter of Alexander Cameron, died of the chincough
Margaret Cameron, daughter of William Cameron, wright, Newmilns,
Janet Cameron, wife of Gaven Boyd, weaver.
William Cameron of Loudounhill.
Helen Grass (?), mother-in-law to John Cameron, farmer at Loudounhill.
John Cameron, son of J-s Cameron, weaver, Greenside, Newmilns.
Christian Cameron, widow of deceased Alexander Young, farmer in
John Cameron, son of J-s Cameron, weaver in Newmilns, was drowned in the
water of Irvine.
Sommerval, son of Th. Sommerval, weaver in Newmilns was drowned in the water of
Irvine when he went into the water attempting to save the above mentioned child
John Cameron on the 22 day of December last.
John Cameron, weaver in Darvel, formerly in Newmilns.
James Cameron, son of James Cameron, weaver in Newmilns.
Andrew Cameron, son of John Cameron, Loudounhill would have died between
4-5 years aged, cholera.
Still born child of James Cameron, weaver, Newmilns.
An infant child of Jean Cameron in Newmilns (a child she had to James
Mair, weaver, son of the late Hugh Mair, commonly called Cavelry in Newmilns).
Jean Cameron, widow of the deceased Robert Pollock, weaver in Newmilns.
John Cameron, son of John Cameron of Loudounhill, died there of typhus
John Cameron of Loudounhill. He
was laid in his grave with his son John
Margaret Cameron, daughter of the above mentioned John Cameron of
Loudounhill, died of typhus fever.
Grissoll Cameron, wife of George Paterson of Priestland, wright.
John Cameron, son of John Cameron, weaver in Newmilns.
(Agn)es Cameron, wife of Thomas Cameron, weaver in Bedlem, Greenholm.
She was interred in the northmost of James Cameronís lair on the west
end of the lair.
Janet Young, widow of the deceased William Cameron, wright in Newmilns
and he went to Paisley and died there but his widow came out and resided at
Toungue, parish of Loudoun and died there.
She is interred in the center grave in the lair belonging to Gaven Alston
of Loudoun Hill at the east end of the church at the dyke.
This grave is full.
Mrs. Mary Brown or Cameron, mother of James Cameron, weaver in
Janet Cameron Gilchrist, daughter of Thomas Gilchrist, farmer in
She died with a c*****.
Helen Cameron or Steel, wife of John Steel in Camsaight (?) in Galston
parish. She is interned in the
south most grave in Alex. Steelís lair.
Marionn Brown or Cameron. Daughter
of Alex. Cameron, baker in Darvel and wife of James Brown, weaver in Darvel,
natural son of James Brown that went from Darvel and now is living on the road
to the inn.
Robert Cameron, an infant son of Matthew Cameron, farmer in Changue.
Alexander Cameron, old baker in Darvel is interned in ****most grave in
John Cameron of Loudounhillís lair.
Archibald Cameron, laborer residing in Lochgate.
He is interned in the same grave as Alex. Cameron, late baker in Darvel,
in Cameron burial ground in Newmilns church yard.
An infant child of Hugh Cameron, old soldier, a brother of James Cameron,
Wm. Cameron, weaver and fiddler, residing in Bedlem, Greenholm.
He died with a bowel complaint in G******.
William Cameron, baker in Darvel. He
died with cholera.
Marion Cameron, daughter of William Cameron, baker.
No dependents. In Darvel, died of cholera.
Hugh Smith, shoemaker. Son
of Agnes Cameron or Smith, in Newmilns and sister of James Cameron, weavers
[There has been 202 funerals in Newmilns Church yard this year 1849 which is the most number that I had in my time as church officer which is 39 years -- Andrew McPherson]
7-2-1850 Matthew Cameron, son of Matthew Cameron, farmer in Changue, Galston parish. He died of measles.
Janet Cameron, daughter of John Cameron, weaver in Newmilns.
Christina Cameron, daughter of William Cameron of Loudounhill.
She died with scarlet fever. She
was a twin daughter.
Agnes Cameron, daughter of Wm. Cameron of Loudounhhill, the other twin
daughter who died with scarlet fever. Her
twin was interned on the 5th May, current as mentioned above.
An infant child of Hugh Cameron, weaver in Greenholm and old pensioner.
Brother of John Cameron in Greenholm.
Andrew Cameron, son of James Cameron, farmer in Knowe, Galston parish.
Margaret Cameron from Lochgate, daughter of the deceased William Cameron,
once wright in Newmilns but went to Paisley and died there.
She was housekeeper to her uncle Francis Cameron, farmer in Lochgate.
Matthew Cameron, Jr.(?), a young son of Matthew Cameron, farmer in
Alexander Cameron, son of the late William Cameron, baker in Darvel.
George Cameron, son of James Cameron, farmer in Knowe, parish of Galston.
Thomas Boyd, stepson of Hugh Cameron, weaver and old pensioner, Newmilns,
brother of James Cameron, weaver in Greenholm.
He died with a brain fever.
Rich. Holingsworth, a brother-in-law of Hugh Cameron, agent, Greenholm.
He came on a visit to his friend and died of cholera in Newmilns.
He was interned in a M*****? In the same grave that James Morton in the
prec****** interned in August 26.
Hugh Cameron, old soldier, brother of James Cameron, agent in Greeholm.
He died with cholera.
Mrs. Holingsworth, widow of the stranger that came on a visit.
He was brother-in-law of Hugh Cameron, old soldier in Newmilns.
She died with cholera. Her
husband was buried Sept. 12, above mentioned.
Hugh Cameronís widow, died with cholera.
Agnes Hamilton or Cameron, widow of the late John Cameron of Loudounhill.
She died in John Youngís mill in Allanton Mill.
2-28-1857 William Cameron, son of Matthew Cameron, farmer in Changue, Galston parish.
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