A Buildings Fan

A Buildings Fan

Posted on 09/04/2014


Photo taken on July 24, 2010



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Stirlingshire
Doune
David Bryce
Inverardoch House


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Inverardoch House Estate, Doune, Stirlingshire

Inverardoch House Estate, Doune, Stirlingshire

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John W Van Wijk
John W Van Wijk
Late Honorable Mr. Ing. John Campbell esq. , merchant at East Indies, Judge of peace Stirlingshire, Lanarkshire and Pethshire., son of Mr Robert Campbell, agent of the bank of Scotland, and Mrs Mary Hasluck

* Stirling 27 july 1809
+ Bridge of Alan 26 feb 1882
x Batavia Dutch East Indies (Jakarta Indonesia) 24 jan 1844

Cecile Jacqueline Caudine, Damsel Van Hogendorp,
daughter of Mr Carel Cisardus Willem Count (Empire France [due ocupation Netherlands] van Hogendorp
and Mrs Cecile Catharine Baronesse d'Olivier

* Batavia Dutch East Indies (Jakarta Indonesia) 15 aug 1824
+Guernsey Isl. St PetersPort 04 aug 1886

Mr John Campbell together with Mr David Bryce, where the architects who designed
and build the house of INVERARDOCH at 1859

His family Campbell-V Hogendorp, who stayed whit out offspring, lived here together with members from the Hasluck family, together with several servants until 1898.
At the same year the estate was soled to Mr James Thompson, owner of "The Calledonian Railway comp.".
During the second WWar the house was requisitioned by the RAF as recovery station.
The house suffered a lot, and shortly after the war the house unfortunately in 1949
was demolished.
15 months ago.
John W Van Wijk
John W Van Wijk
A brother of Mr John Campbell of Inverardoch esq.,
Mr Thomas Hinton Campbell of Millfield,
who married to a sister of his brothers wife.
owned Millfield-house etstate at Polmont Stirlingshire
(view the photo's at my page)
15 months ago.