James Cameron

(12 April 1795 - 15 November 1882)
     James Cameron was christened on 12 April 1795 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. He was the son of William & Betsy McDonald. He was the son of William Cameron and Elizabeth MacDonald.
     James Cameron married Margaret Smith on 24 August 1825 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire.
     James Cameron married secondly Jean or Jane MacPherson on 15 November 1831 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. James Cameron, widower (Protestant) Tombrech and Jane McPherson residing in Fodderletter having produced a regular certificate of their Banns of marriage having been proclaimed three successive Sundays at the parish Kirk of Kirkmichael and having been regularly proclaimed in the Catholic chapel of Tomintoul and no objections offered were married in the presence of Charles Stuart surgeon Louischok (?) and Donald Cameron Tombreck and other witnesses the 8 Nov 1831. His first wife was Margaret Smith.
     James Cameron and Jean or Jane MacPherson appeared on the in 1836 'status animarum' in Tombrech, Kirkmichael.
     James Cameron was recorded on the 1851 census in Lower Laggan, Cromdale & Inverallan, Inverness-shire. James Cameron 54, lime quarrier man; son Donald Cameron 24, lime quarrier man; daughters Jane Cameron 18, Ann Cameron 15, Margaret Cameron 13, all born at Kirkmichael, Banffshire.
     James Cameron appeared on the 1861 census in Laggan Croft, Cromdale, Inverallan & Advie, Inverness-shire. James Cameron 64, crofter of 3 acres; son Donald Cameron 34, ag labourer, daughter Jane Cameron 26, domestic servant, all born at Kirkmichael; Mary A Hay 10, servant, born Duthil, Elgin.
     James Cameron appeared on the 1871 census in Skey of Curr, Cromdale & Advie, Moray. James Cameron 74, crofter, born Kirkmichael, Bannffshire; son Donald Cameron 44, born Kirkmichael, daughter Jane Cameron 35, born Kirkmichael; Jane Cruickshank 6 grand daughter, born Inverallen, Invernesshire.
     James Cameron appeared on the 1881 census in Skey of Curr, Cromdale, Moray. James Cameron 86, crofter of 6 acres arable, born Kirkmichael, Banff; son Donald Cameron 56, labourer, born Kirkmichael; daughter Jane Cameron 46, housekeeper, born Kirkmichael; Jane Cruickshank 16 Margt Cruickshank 10, grand daughters, born Cromdale, Elgin.
     James died on 15 November 1882 in Skey of Curr, Cromdale & Advie, Inverallan district, Moray, Scotland, aged 87. James Cameron, farmer, widower first of Margaret Smith, second of Jane McPherson.

Children of James Cameron and Margaret Smith

Children of James Cameron and Jean or Jane MacPherson

Jean or Jane MacPherson

(circa 1810? - before 1851?)
     Jean or Jane MacPherson was born circa 1810? In Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. The IGI offers two possibilites: daughter of John McPherson & Ann Dean born 26 Aug 1803 and baptised 19 Aug 1803 or, 12 Mar 1807, daughter of William McPHerson & Elizabeth Grant.
     Jean or Jane MacPherson married James Cameron as his second wife, on 15 November 1831 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. James Cameron, widower (Protestant) Tombrech and Jane McPherson residing in Fodderletter having produced a regular certificate of their Banns of marriage having been proclaimed three successive Sundays at the parish Kirk of Kirkmichael and having been regularly proclaimed in the Catholic chapel of Tomintoul and no objections offered were married in the presence of Charles Stuart surgeon Louischok (?) and Donald Cameron Tombreck and other witnesses the 8 Nov 1831. His first wife was Margaret Smith.
     Jean or Jane MacPherson and James Cameron appeared on the in 1836 'status animarum' in Tombrech, Kirkmichael.
     Jean died before 1851?.

Children of Jean or Jane MacPherson and James Cameron

Alexander Stuart

(before 1812 - )
     Alexander was a dyster [, L]. Was a dyster. He was born before 1812 in Fodderletter, Kirkmichael, Banffshire.
     Alexander Stuart married Jane MacPherson, daughter of John MacPherson and Elisabeth Stuart, on 4 July 1832 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Alexr Stuart, dyster, Fotherletter & Jane McPherson, Balnakyle both in this parish (or 11th]
Alexander Stuart, Dyster and carding master Glenbrind and Jane McPherson, lawful daughter of the late John McPherson, Balnakyle and Elisabeth Stuart having produced a certificate of the regular proclamation of their marriage at the parish kirk and having been proclaimed 3 successive Sundays at the Chapel Tomintoul and no objections offered were married upon the 4 July 1832 in presence of William McPherson, Audright, James Stuart, Fodderletter and other
witnesses
.

Children of Alexander Stuart and Jane MacPherson