Roderick Campbell

Birth Name Campbell, Roderick 1a 2a 3a 4 5
Also Known As McIvor, Roderick
Gender male
Age at Death about 54 years, 1 month, 11 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
    Injuries sustained by falling off a moving dray.
2b
Birth about 1800 Glenmeanie, Ross-shire, Scotland Ross-shire per death cert. Ross per 1841 Census. Invervenie, Strathconanon marriage record. Born 1811 by 1841 Census, 1789 by Victorian DC. 1805 by Harry Lorrequer passenger list.
1b 2c 3b
Residence 1841-06-06 Lochcarron, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland Janetown with family. Age appears to be incorrect in ancestry.com for 1841 census. Now the Village of Lochcarron. Ag. Labourer.
3c
Occupation 1849-07-00 Lochcarron, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland Agricultural Laborer. "Roscommon" in some shipping lists is mistranscribed Ross (Ross-shire). http://www.archives.sa.gov.au/content/official-passenger-lists
 
Departure 1849-09-21 Plymouth, Devon, England Colonial Land and Emigration Commision. With family on the "Harry Lorrequer." Embarked in London per http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/fh/passengerlists/1849HarryLorrequer.htm
 
Arrival 1849-12-26 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia "Harry Lorrequer"
6a
Death 1854-02-12 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Died in hospital in Melbourne. 65 years old on DC likely incorrect.
1c 2d
Burial 1854-02-13 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia New Cemetery, Melbourne (now known as Melbourne General Cemetery), Roman Catholic area, public/paupers unmarked grave per the MGC. Name mistranscribed as Ronald Campbell in MGC records.
 

Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father John Campbell
Mother Margaret McRae
         Roderick Campbell
    Sister     Kate Campbell

Families

    Family of Roderick Campbell and Margaret McRae
Married Wife Margaret McRae
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage 1820-04-21 Lochcarron, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland Invervenie and Lochcarron are about 25 miles apart as the crow flies. Marriage record image from http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk search. (Mis-transcribed as "Contin" in most online sources.)
5
  Children
  1. Campbell
  2. Campbell
  3. Margaret Campbell
  4. John Campbell
  5. Alexander McIvor Campbell
  6. Mary Campbell

Pedigree

  1. John Campbell
    1. Margaret McRae
      1. Roderick Campbell
        1. Margaret McRae
          1. Margaret Campbell
          2. John Campbell
          3. Alexander McIvor Campbell
          4. Campbell
          5. Campbell
          6. Mary Campbell
      2. Kate Campbell

Ancestors

Source References

  1. Australia Death Index, 1787-1985
      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausdeathindex&h=815161&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Birth date: abt 1789 Birth place: Death date: 1854 Death place: Victoria

      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausdeathindex&h=815161&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Birth date: abt 1789 Birth place: Death date: 1854 Death place: Victoria

      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausdeathindex&h=815161&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Birth date: abt 1789 Birth place: Death date: 1854 Death place: Victoria

  2. The Melbourne Argus
      • Date: 1854-02-14
      • Page: 1854 'DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), 14 February, p. 5
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4803131

      • General:

        Alexander Campbell is the son that gave evidence at the inquest.

      • Source text:

        The other inquest: was on the body of Roderick Campbell, who, as the jurors found by their verdict, was "accidentally killed in consequence of being jerked from the pole of a certain bullock-dray whilst in motion, whereby he was so severely injured by the wheel of the same passing over his right thigh and arm, and that after lingering four or five days he expired." A son of the deceased proved the facts set forth in the verdict, and that his father was sixty-five years of age.

      • Date: 1854-02-14
      • Page: 1854 'DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), 14 February, p. 5
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4803131

      • General:

        Alexander Campbell is the son that gave evidence at the inquest.

      • Source text:

        The other inquest: was on the body of Roderick Campbell, who, as the jurors found by their verdict, was "accidentally killed in consequence of being jerked from the pole of a certain bullock-dray whilst in motion, whereby he was so severely injured by the wheel of the same passing over his right thigh and arm, and that after lingering four or five days he expired." A son of the deceased proved the facts set forth in the verdict, and that his father was sixty-five years of age.

      • Date: 1854-02-14
      • Page: 1854 'DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), 14 February, p. 5
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4803131

      • General:

        Alexander Campbell is the son that gave evidence at the inquest.

      • Source text:

        The other inquest: was on the body of Roderick Campbell, who, as the jurors found by their verdict, was "accidentally killed in consequence of being jerked from the pole of a certain bullock-dray whilst in motion, whereby he was so severely injured by the wheel of the same passing over his right thigh and arm, and that after lingering four or five days he expired." A son of the deceased proved the facts set forth in the verdict, and that his father was sixty-five years of age.

      • Date: 1854-02-14
      • Page: 1854 'DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), 14 February, p. 5
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4803131

      • General:

        Alexander Campbell is the son that gave evidence at the inquest.

      • Source text:

        The other inquest: was on the body of Roderick Campbell, who, as the jurors found by their verdict, was "accidentally killed in consequence of being jerked from the pole of a certain bullock-dray whilst in motion, whereby he was so severely injured by the wheel of the same passing over his right thigh and arm, and that after lingering four or five days he expired." A son of the deceased proved the facts set forth in the verdict, and that his father was sixty-five years of age.

  3. 1841 Scotland Census
      • Page: Parish: Lochcarron; ED: 4; Page: 1; Line: 820; Year: 1841
      • Page: Parish: Lochcarron; ED: 4; Page: 1; Line: 820; Year: 1841
      • Page: Parish: Lochcarron; ED: 4; Page: 1; Line: 820; Year: 1841
  4. Scotland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950
  5. Scotland, Select Marriages, 1561-1910
  6. The South Australian Register
      • Date: 1849-12-29
      • Page: 1849 'SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.', South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), 29 December, p. 2
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article50246299

      • Source text:

        SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.ARRIVED.Wednesday, December 26.— The ship Harry Lorrequer, Jeffares, master, from London and Plymouth. Passengers— In the cabin — Mr Thos. Gibson, and D. Rock, Surgeon-Superintendent. In the steerage. — From London — Thomas Brookes and wife. Peter Brown wife and two children, John Campbell, Roderick Campbell, Margaret Campbell, Mary Campbell, Alexander Campbell, Peter Campbell, Jane Campbell,