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Families covered: Campbell of Dunbarton, Campbell of Succoth
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HJHeraldry reports that "The Campbells of Succoth claim to be Cadets of Barbreck".
George Campbell of Dunbarton (a 1601, 1616, bailie)
m. Susanna Falisdaill
1. Robert Campbell of Succoth (d 1640)
  m. Janet Glen (dau of Duncan Glen of Dunbarton)
  A. William Campbell of Succoth, Provost of Dunbarton (a 1655)
  m. Lilias Houston
  i. John Campbell of Succoth (d c1703, WS, MP)
  m1. Janet Hamilton (dau of John Hamilton of Woodhead)
  a. Archibald Campbell of Dunbarton Castle (dvp by 1702)
m2. Agnes Stirling (dau of William Stirling of Law, m2. James Hamilton of Hutchison)
  b. William Campbell of Succoth (d 22.06.1764)
  m. Margaret Walkinshaw
  (1) Archibald Campbell of Succoth (d 28.07.1790, WS, 2nd son) the first mentioned by BP1934
m. (02.1732) Helen Wallace (d 18.08.1767, dau of John Wallace of Elderslie)
  (A) Sir Ilay (I-lay) Campbell, 1st Bart of Succoth (b 25.08.1734, d 28.03.1823, Lord President as 'Lord Succoth', MP)
  m. (14.11.1766) Susan Mary Murray (dau of Archibald Murray of Murrayfield ('Lord Henderland') by Jean Hay)
(i) Sir Archibald Campbell, 2nd Bart of Succoth (b 01.08.1769, d 23.07.1846, Lord of Session as 'Lord Succoth')
  m. (08.08.1794) Elizabeth Balfour (d 06.06.1844, dau of John Balfour of Balbirnie)
  (a) John Campbell (b 28.05.1798, dvp 03.07.1830, MP, 2nd son) had issue
  m. (08/12.07.1824) Anna Jane Sitwell (d 03.06.1869, dau of Francis Sitwell of Barmoor)
  (b) George Ramsay Campbell (b 25.03.1800, d 24.11.1861) had issue
  m. (26.06.1851) Lucy Lindsey (d 24.11.1886, dau of Thomas Spencer Lindsey of Hollymount)
  (c) Andrew Ramsay Campbell (b 02.08.1813, d 04.11.1874, cleric, 5th son) had issue
  m. (02.03.1848) Mary Anstruther-Thomson (d 1870, dau of John Anstruther-Thomson of Charleton)
  (d) Susan Campbell (d 06.12.1868)
  m. (01.06.1822) William Grant of Congalton (d 07.07.1827)
  (e) Elizabeth Anne Campbell (d 06.11.1863)
  m. (21.06.1824) David Leslie-Melville, 8th Earl of Leven, 7th Earl of Melville (b 22.06.1785, d 08.10.1860)
  (f) Catherine Amelia Campbell (d 1868)
  m. (22.02.1854) Rev. Henry Herbert Stepney (d 1885)
  (g)+ other issue - Archibald (b 1795, dvp 1812), James (b 10.10.1805, dsp), Mary (d 25.02.1820)
  (ii) Jane Campbell (dsp 08.06.1807)
  m. John MacNeil of Gigha
  (iii) Margaret Campbell
  m. (17.02.1794) Sir John Connell (judge, cousin)
(a) Arthur Connell (d 31.10.1863, professor at St. Andrew's University)
  (b) James Connell (d 1878?, rector of Monks Eleigh, Suffolk) had issue
  m. Elizabeth Pearson (dau of John Pearson of Tandridge Hall)
(c) Jane Connell
  m. (30.04.1825) Thomas Knatchbull (Captain)
  (iv) Anne Campbell
m. (20.09.1795) Francis Sitwell of Barmoor Castle (d 19.02.1813)
  (v) Susan Campbell (d 03.01.1814)
  m. (17.06.1795) Craufurd Tait of Harviestoun (d 06.05.1832)
  (a) John Tait, Sheriff of Clackmannan & Kinross then of Perthshire (b 11.02.1796, d 22.05.1877) had issue
  m. (30.04.1824) Mary Amelia Sitwell (d 29.01.1845, dau of Francis Sitwell of Barmoor)
  (b) Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury (b 21.12.1811, d 03.12.1882, 6th son) had issue
  m. (22.06.1843) Catherine Spooner (d 01.11.1878, dau of William Spooner, Archdeacon of Coventry)
  (c) Susan Mary Tait (b 02.03.1797,d 13.05.1880)
  m. (01.06.1818) Sir George Sitwell, Bart (d 12.03.1853)
  (d) Charlotte Murdoch Tait (b 09.06.1800, d 31.03.1888)
  m. (01.06.1822) Sir Charles Wake of Courteen Hall, Bart (d 23.02.1864)
(e) Marion Tait (d 1879) apparently of this generation
  m. (1831) Richard Wildman (b 1802, d 1881, judge)
  (f)+ other issue - James Campbell (b 29.10.1798, d unm 17.01.1879, WS), Thomas Forsyth (b 10.08.1805, d unm 16.03.1859, Colonel, ADC to the Queen), Craufurd (b 09.02.1807, d 06.04.1828), Ilay Campbell (b 01.06.1809, d 28.02.1821)
  (vi) Elizabeth Campbell (dsp 24.09.1853)
  m. (1801) William Dalziel Colquhoun of Garscadden (dsp 27.01.1806)
  (vii+) other issue - Alexander (b 09.1771, d unm 26.10.1799, WS), Mary (d 21.01.1870)
  (B) John Campbell (a 1808, Receiver General of Customs, 3rd son)
  m. Elizabeth Houston (dau of Alexander Houston of Jordanhill)
  (i) Lilias Campbell
  m. (01.1810) John Ker of Blackshiels
  (ii)+ other issue - Ilay (I-lay), Elizabeth, Helen, Susan
(C) Jean Campbell (d 09.03.1781)
  m. (28.04.1750) William Wallace of Cairnhill (b 08.06.1711, d 16.11.1763)
  (D)+ other issue - James, William (d Tanjore 08.1773)
  (2)+ other issue - John (dvp unm 05.07.1749), William (bpt 08.07.1719), James (bpt 23.11.1722)
  c. John Campbell, later Stirling of Law (d 04.1757)
  d. Anna Campbell
  m. (06.1702) Robert Campbell of Balvie (WS)
  e. daughter (bpt 03.03.1683) possibly the Margaret who married ...
  m. John Maxwell, 6th of Dargavel
  f. Elizabeth Campbell (bpt 02.08.1685)
  ii. James Campbell
  m. Marion Williamson (dau of Patrick Williamson of Dunbarton)
  iii. Isabella Campbell
  m. John Morrison of Greenock
  iv. daughter possibly of this generation
  m. (c1680) William Ferrier of Kirklands (Kiton) & Formachen
  B. Duncan Campbell of Dunbarton (a 1606)

Main source(s): 'NisbetPlates' ('Campbell of Succoth') with support from HJHeraldry (Campbell, vol 1, 'House of Succoth', p101+), which identifies 'NisbetPlates' as its principal authority, and some support from BP1934 ('Campbell of Succoth')
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