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Alexander Campbell & Maria Louise Sabate

Alexander Campbell & Maria Louise Sabate were my 3rd great-grandparents. Alexan­der was likely from the Greenock/Glas­gow areas of Scot­land. His mother was Agnes McKin­lay who lived at Glas­gow at the time of Alexan­der’s death on 20 March 1826. He died at sea on the ship Glas­gow while re­turn­ing home to his family in Ja­maica, to which he had im­mi­grated sev­eral years ear­lier. Though not of­fi­cially doc­u­mented, I be­lieve Alexan­der was closely re­lated to May/Mar­jory who may have mar­ried Thomas Craw­ford (his 2nd marriage). May and Thomas lived at Col­lan­der and Greenock in Scot­land and had four chil­dren: Mary, Ag­new, Ara­bella and May—these names are men­tioned in Alexan­der’s will.Alexan­der was, among other things, the owner of Robin’s Hall estate, in Man­ches­ter, Ja­maica, and Turns­bull Pen es­tate, in St Cather­ine, Ja­maica, both of which he left in trust to Marie Louise Sabate (later Dar­ling) as guardian of their son Alexander Campbell, jr. Alexander, sr…

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