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Genealogy and History of the Clan Campbell

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  12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD

1.  Prepared for the Clan Campbell Society of the United States : and for the descendants of Duncan Campbell & Mary McCoy Virginia Beach, Va.:  Campbell, James Lyle, 1032  pgs. 
                      
2.  The clan Campbell : from the Campbell collections Edinburgh: O. Schulze & Co., 1914-1922,  Campbell, Duncan, 2412  pgs. 
                      
3.  Records of clan Campbell in the military service of the honourable East India Company : 1600-1858 London: Longman, Green, 1925, Campbell, Duncan, 396  pgs. 
                      
4.  Our Campbell ancestors : 1742-1937 : traditions and history of the family of five Campbell brothers and sisters, John, James Douglas, Hester, Mary and Samuel, including what is known of them in New Jersey, York County, Pennsylvania, Union County, South Carolina and in Ohio : a genealogy of the known descendants of John Campbell through his son James, and Samuel Campbell through his son Ralph : also, brief ancestral notes on families connected by marriage with the foregoing, viz, Parnell, Clark, Spray, Wilson, Haskett, Mendenhall and Underhill. Burbank, Calif.: I. Deach, Jr., abt 1939,  Temple, Sarah E., 223  pgs. 
                      
5.  The Campbells of Kishacoquillas : historical sketch and genealogical records of the Robert-Campbell family, and the John-Campbell family Chambersburg, Pa.: Franklin Repository Press, 1894,  Sherrard, Hallock Campbell, 48  pgs. 
                      
6.  Campbell chronicles and family sketches : embracing the history of Campbell County, Virginia, 1782-1926 Lynchburg, Va.: J.P. Bell Co., 1927,  Early, R. H., 580  pgs. 
                      
7.  The Campbell family : some of the descendants of William Campbell of Bergen County, 1718 to 1969 Pleasant Valley, N.Y.:  Campbell, Harlan Rogers, 88  pgs.
                      
8.  The Robert Campbell genealogy : a record of the descendants of Robert Campbell of County Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland Brooklyn, N.Y.:  Campbell, Frederic, 1909, 180  pgs. 
                      
9.  Genealogical account of the ancestors in America of Joseph Andrew Kelly Campbell and Eliza Edith Deal, Campbell, Joseph Andrew, : Priv. print., 1921, 102  pgs. 
                      
10.  The Campbell clan Coopersville, Mich.: Printed by the Coopersville Observer, abt 1938,  Dunlap, L. C., 154  pgs. 
                      
11.  The Campbells of Drumaboden : on the River Lyennon, near Rathmelton, County Donegal, north of Ireland Nashville, Tenn.: Foster & Parkes, 1925,  Campbell, John F.,  152  pgs. 
                      
12.  The story of the Campbells of Kinloch: London,  J. Murray, 1924,  Login, E. Dalhousie, 103  pgs. 

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