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Campbell, Sir George, of Cessnock (fl. 1671–1704), conspirator, was the eldest of four sons of Sir Hugh Campbell (d. 1686) and his wife, Elizabeth, younger daughter and coheir of George Campbell, master of Loudoun. In 1665 he married Lady Anna McMurran (McMoran, McMouran)...

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Campbell, Sir Hugh, of Cessnock (d. 1686), covenanter and conspirator, was the son of George Campbell of Cessnock and his first wife, Agnes Cunninghame (d. 1609). At his father's death on 27 May 1630 Hugh inherited land at Cessnock and Galston, and shortly thereafter he was knighted. He married, by a contract dated 14 October 1625, ...

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King, John (d. 1679), covenanter field preacher and martyr, of whose early life nothing is known, first appears among that group of ministers who refused to acquiesce in the re-establishment of the prelacy in the Scottish church after 1662. Unable to secure the tenure of a parish, he was protected from the authorities by his patron ...

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Nisbet, John (1627–1685), covenanter activist, was the son of James Nisbet, a tenant farmer of Hardhill, near Loudoun, Ayrshire. As a youth he entered military service on the continent, but was present at the coronation of Charles II at Scone in 1650. In the company of the king he subscribed the covenant, swearing his allegiance to '...