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Stewart, Dugald, Captain
B: 29 Oct 1730, Campbeltown, Argyllshire, SCO, UK
Bapt: 29 Oct 1730 in Campbeltown, Argyllshire, SCO, UK
D: 1791 in London, ENG, UK. Cause of death was stroke.
M: Miss Stewart b. 1740 d. 28 May 1824 in Princetown, PEI and buried in Pioneer Cemetery next to the park.

FN: Rev. Charles Stewart
MN: Annabella Campbell

He Captained the ship "Annabella" which carried his sister Annabella and her husband Robert Stewart from Campbeltown to Prince Edward Island, leaving on 27 Jul 1770. The ship was wrecked entering Malpeque Bay, but no lives were lost.

Dugald settled in Malpeque but continued seafaring. He was a member of the first Legislative Assembly in 1773 on St. John's Island. He died of a stroke in London sustained shortly after his arrival aboard his ship "Endeavour" from Leghorn. The ship was owned by John Cambridge of the Island.

Children of Dugald Stewart and Miss Stewart:

1. Barbara Stewart
D: Buried in Malpeque, PE, CAN
M: Colonel Charles Stewart, son of Colonel Robert Stewart and Annabella Stewart.. Colonel
Charles Stewart was born in 1757 in SCO, UK, died in 1838 in Dalhousie, NB. CAN and was buried in Dalhousie, NB. CAN

2. Little Dugald Stewart
B: 1771
D: 03 Nov 1867. Buried in Malpeque, PEI
M: Elizabeth Atkinson


Stewart Families, Terry Spear, Thomas Woodman Stewart, Waldron Haslam Leard, Donna Collings, Al McNutt, Owen Gray, Patricia Alnes and Anna Lee Hogan.