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As was the case with many of the others who had sailed on the Hector, the Cameron family prospered. Raising eight children in all, they left a long line of descendants and transferred the name of their home parish in the northwest of Scotland to Pictou. The Loch Broom name survives in Pictou to this day. "2 The Hector arrivals originated from three distinct areas of the Highlands. One contingent came from the Coigach Peninsula near Loch Broom, in Wester Ross. The Cameron family were part of this group which consisted of six families and twelve single men.
25 On the face of it, John Witherspoon's An etching of Reverend Dr. John involvement in this colonization scheme Witherspoon, the Scottish Presbyseems odd. A prominent figure in the terian minister who became Church of Scotland, he came to the notice President of Princeton College, New Jersey. He and John Pagan, a of Princeton College when it was seeking Glasgow merchant, were in charge a new President. Accepting the post in of the 1773 Pictou venture. Courtesy 1766 and moving to New Jersey from of Princeton University Library, University Archives, Department of Paisley, he immediately made a name for Rare Booths and Special Collections.
Unknown. 4 COLIN McDoNALD. Believe the same known as Cole McDonald, who lived on the Big Island, near what is still known as Coles Brook. 5 DONNET FENUCANE. His land located to the west of Frasers Point, but his history unknown. These last three received each 500 acres. 6 JOHN McNEiL. Received 300 acres, but history unknown. Non-Commissioned Officers Receiving Each 200 Acres CHARLES ARBUCKLES. A native of Falkirk, moved afterward to the Ponds. Married to a daughter of B. McGee. His descendants numerous.