Campbell Braddock

Campbell Braddock

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Campbell I. Braddock
Born 1990s.
Ancestors ancestors
Son of and DNA confirmed
Brother of [private sister (1990s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 21 Mar 2015 | Last significant change: 13 Jan 2019
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Categories: Braddock Name Study | Whangarei, Northland | Jewish Roots | Braddock-124 | Braddock Clan 001 | Descendants of Rev. Thomas Kendall | Oamaru, Otago | New Zealand Artists | Bakers Assistant | Waitaki Boys' High School | Profile Improvement Project | New Zealand Project | New Zealand Research Assistance | En.


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This profile is part of the Braddock Name Study.
New Zealand
Campbell Braddock Lived in Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand.
Campbell has participated in 2 out of 52 weeks during the 2019 52 Photos Challenge.
Fountain Pen
Campbell has written and improved ten profiles for the Biography Builders Challenge.
Campbell was featured in a Meet Our Members Post on the WikiTree Blog!
Campbell Braddock is participating with The Kiwi Crew during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 503 suggestions.
Campbell Braddock participated with The Kiwi Crew Team during the 2018 Source-a-Thon, adding 231 sources to profiles.
Campbell Braddock participated with The Kiwi Crew Team during the 2017 Source-a-Thon, adding 66 sources to profiles.
Campbell Braddock participated with Team Australia during the 2016 Source-a-Thon, adding 14 sources to profiles.


About Me.

New Zealand Dairy Cows

Born in the late 1990s in the most beautiful county in the world, New Zealand, no bias intended (sorry Canada and Scotland), I was brought up in a farming family and now live in a small town.

Welcome to my Award Winning WikiTree Profile. I would say I'm an advanced Genealogist, trained by local librarians and historians. On March 21st, 2015, I joint Wikitree at the age of 16 with the intention of finding who my ancestor were. That was over three years ago (ONLINE COUNTER)

The forename Campbell is of Scottish origins and I have two Scottish ancestors with Campbell as a surname; Isabel Campbell fourth great grandmother and Marrion Campbell 7th great-grandmother, however, my parents didn't name me after those ancestors, I was named after a farm veterinarian, Yes that is a little different, he must have been great!

Photography 📷

I can capture some amazing photos, view them now on Instagram @campbellbraddock

Braddock Research

I created the Braddock Name Study with the intention of connecting all Braddocks, which includes connecting lost family with their distance cousins and establish a small community to share family stories. Three years later I have helped two adopted Braddock's find their birth parents, connected families with reunions and widen the scope of Braddock family research available free via WikiTree. Wikitree has been great with presenting information for each family, Each different family on WikiTree are categorized in Clans, as of December 2018, there are 17 clans with over 70% of Braddock Profiles in a clan. We are very strict on what is considered a source, how the information is presented and if it's reliable. In March 2015 there were only 120 profiles, now, there are over 1300 profiles and still room for growth in many locations. I have created a Facebook page (Braddock Genealogy), on this page we give helpful research information, latest progress and profile of the week. Like the page to share your support.

Braddock research in New Zealand and Australia was a huge success, I copied Birth, Deaths and marriages from the Australia and New Zealand government BDM's and created large tables for freespace pages that showed every record and linked them to profiles on Wikitree.

Braddock Line
Y.gif Y chromosome Line
Y.gif Edward Bradock
B.>1552 in England
Husband of Margerie
Y.gif Robert Bradock
B.1570 in Rocester, Staffordshire, England
Husband of Joanne
Y.gif Francis Braddock
b. 1610 in Rocester, Staffordshire, England
Husband of Frances Man
Y.gif Edward Bradock
B.1639 in Rocester, Staffordshire, England
D.20 Nov 1706 in Church Broughton, Derbyshire, England
Husband of Dorothy Brunt
Y.gif Joannis Bradock
B.1665 in Boyleston, Derbyshire, England
Wife is Unknown
Y.gif Joannis Bradock
B.1702 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
D.31 Aug 1741 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
Husband of Mary Cumberbach
Y.gif George Bradock
B.1725 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
Husband of Elizabeth Sparbrook
Y.gif James Bradock
B.1765 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
D.3 Jan 1832 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
Husband of Ellen Owen
Y.gif Samuel Braddock
B.1784 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
D.27 Sep 1826 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
Husband of Mary Goodier
Y.gif Jonas Archibald Braddock I
B.1810 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England
D.22 Jun 1884 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
Husband of Elizabeth Craik
Y.gif Jonas Archibald Braddock II
B.3 May 1868 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
D.7 Sep 1947 in Taupiri, Waikato, New Zealand
Husband of Gladys Jane Hand
Y.gif William Braddock
B.20 Jan 1928 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
D.9 Oct 1989 in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
Husband of Phyllis Ruby Williams
Y.gif I Braddock
B.1950s in New Zealand
Partner of T Smith
Y.gif Campbell Braddock
B.1990s in New Zealand

I have the oldest traceable Braddock line, dating over 460 years or 13 generations. these Braddocks originated in Rocester, Staffordshire, and seven generations were born in Macclesfield, Cheshire. In Macclesfield, my ancestors worked as Gas and Rates Collectors, Confectioners, Grocers, Farmers, and in the Silk industry. It's been 88 years since my Great-grandfather Jonas and his family arrived in New Zealand from Macclesfield. Our family belongs in Braddock Clan 1, the most researched Braddock family and now the largest on WikiTree.

In February 2017, I created a very detailed WikiTree Braddock Register, which contains all Braddock profiles, we use this list to show the true information on Clans, location, Common names, Privacy levels and if the profile is sourced with reliable records. I have included the most common variants including Bradock, Braddocke, Bradocke, and Brodock.

Kiwi Crew Team

I was one of the first team members of the Kiwi Crew Team. first created on 30 Jul 2017 by New Zealand born Robynne F. Lozier who currently lives in Canada. I designed the team emblem, it's a Kiwi walking with a Navy captains hat, holding a book and magnify glass. We represent New Zealand and our team has done extremely well with competions incuding the Source-a-thons and Clean-a-thons.

Film colourisation

I'm a very creative person, I had seen some people on Genealogy Facebook groups that have done photo Colourisation, So I gave it a go. The first one i created on 31 Jan 2018 was of my Great-grandmother Gladys J Hand, It turns out that I can colorise a photo on Photoshop, this is going to be great!


Thomas Kendall with Waikato (left)
and Hongi Hika in London in 1820

I never liked history at school, probably because we had to learn about the world wars most of the time, however, Genealogy is the best history anyone could learn, expressly if it's your own ancestors. you can uncover so many stories about normal people throughout the centuries, there are many stories about my ancestors that suffered, achieved and had a passion for what they did, that inspires me every day.

My fifth Great-Grandfather, Thomas Walter Kendall was born in 1778 in Lincolnshire, England to Edward Kendall and Susannah Surflit. He was one of New Zealand’s first Christian missionaries and was based at the Church Missionary Society station in the Bay of Islands from 1814 until 1821. He pioneered the transcription of the Māori language, and also investigated how Māori understood the universe. In doing so, however, he attracted hostility from others in the Australasian mission world.

My Thomas W Kendall Connection
Direct Line Spouse of Direct Line
Thomas Walter Kendall
B.13 Dec 1778 in Lincolnshire, England
D.6 Aug 1832 in Shoalhaven River, New South Wales, Australia
m/ Jane Quickfall
B.1785 in Grimby, South Humberside, England
D.22 Apr 1866 in Kiama, New South Wales, Australia
Elizabeth Jane Kendall
B.10 Oct 1805 in North Thoresby, Lincolnshire, England
D.25 Aug 1870 in Woolloommoolloo, NSW, Australia
m/ Thomas Florence
B.28 Mar 1783 in Chechester, England
D. 21 Apr 1867 in Auckland, New Zealand
Arabella Florence
B.1 Feb 1835 in Whangaroa, New Zealand
D.8 Mar 1906 in Auckland, New Zealand
m/ Capt James Payne Williams Jr
B.5 Nov 1808 in London, Middlesex, England
D.1 Jan 1884 in Auckland, New Zealand
Theodore Kendall Williams
B.26 Oct 1857 in Auckland, New Zealand
D.30 Mar 1941 in Auckland, New Zealand
m/ Anna Maria Scott
B.29 Mar 1859 in Belfast, Antrim, Ireland
D.9 Sep 1945 in Mt. Eden, Auckland, New Zealand
Herbert Earnest Williams
B.23 Dec 1887 in Auckland, New Zealand
D.10 Dec 1960 in Auckland, New Zealand
m/ Ruby Rosealie Leman
B.9 Jun 1889 in Auckland, New Zealand
D.29 Nov 1972 in Auckland, New Zealand
Phyllis Ruby Williams
B.13 Apr 1920 in Mt Eden, Auckland, New Zealand
D.4 Dec 1993 in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
m/ William Braddock
B.20 Jan 1928 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
D.9 Oct 1989 in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
I Braddock
B.1950s in New Zealand
Partner of T Smith
m/ T Smith
B.1970s in New Zealand
Partner of I Braddock
Campbell Braddock
B.1990s in New Zealand

Newlands, Wellington was named after my 3x Great Grandfather Thomas Newland, Thomas arrived in New Zealand from London in 1875 aboard the ship “Avalanche” and ran a business making glue and oil in neighboring Johnsonville before becoming Manager of the Manure Department of the Wellington Meat Export Company's Works in 1892. Thomas Newland was close friends of Walter Futter who owned land in Newlands. The area that modern Newlands occupies was originally known as Paparangi which is Te Reo Māori for "cluster of hills". A 40 ha area was sold during the 1840-41 land ballots run by the New Zealand Company.

Clarks Rd, Apiti was named after my 3x Great Grandfather Angus Galbraith Clark, Born in Ardaily, Scotland in 1839, Augus was a sailor who visited New Zealand and liked the place. in 1874 aged 31, he immigrated to New Zealand with his family, where he bought a farm in Kapiti. 1906 Angus drowned in the Awahuri Stream, Manawatu

Kendall, New South Wales, Australia was named after my first cousins 5x removed Henry Kendall, The town was originally Camden Heads and renamed Kendall, in 1891, Henry lived in the area from 1875 to 1881 when he was the first Forest Inspector for New South Wales. Henry was an Australian author and bush poet, who was particularly known for his poems and tales set in a natural environment setting, know for books like Poems and Songs published in 1862
Nelson River, Manitoba, Canada, My 11x Great Grandfather Sir Thomas Button named the river after Robert Nelson, a ship's master who died there, He was a Welsh Naval Captain and Explorer, One of the very First Europeans to explore North America, the Nelson River is 2,575 km (1,600 mi) long, and makes it the fourth longest river in Canada
Sir Edmund Anderson, 12x Great Grandfather, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas under Elizabeth I, sat as judge at the trial of Mary, Queen of Scots and Edmund was the 5th Baronet of Eyeworth
Desmond B Smith O.B.E., first cousins twice removed, Officer of the Order of the British Empire for Contribution towards Cycling
Michael L Leman, 4x Great Uncle, pioneer in pencil and pen industry in New York, He introduced Steel pens to American markets in the 1820s
Herbert "Bert" James Munro, second cousin ex-husband's father, A New Zealand motorcycle racer, famous for setting an under-1,000 cc world record, at Bonneville on 26 August 1967

Our Whittakers Chocolate connection, James Henry Whittaker was the founder of the New Zealand Chocolate company, Whittaker and sons. James was born in 1868 in Macclesfield and went to the same school as my great grandfather Jonas A Braddock. James spent only a short time in Macclesfield before his family moved to Birmingham, James migrated to New Zealand in 1890 and started his factory. Jonas Braddock stayed in Macclesfield and opened up a confectionary wholesale. He imported and created candies and toffees. He even offered a delivery service were his staff delivered sweets to customers houses using bicycles. He earned the name of Mr Toffee Braddock by locals. In 1930, Jonas and his family sold everything they had and migrated to New Zealand, he brought a farm in the Waikato. 40 years after Mr Whittakers came to New Zealand his Chocolate company was selling nationwide. According to a story from the descendant of James, he visited Jonas in 1935. Jonas and James both died the same year in New Zealand.
So my great-grandfather and James Whittaker where both born the same year in Macclesfield and went to school together, Migrated to New Zealand and both died the same year aged 79.

📃Ancestor Occupations📄

Produce Assistant Genealogist

Farmer, Tractor Driver Farmer

Forklift Driver Labourer Housewife Telecommunication Technician ???

Railway Labourer, Confectioner, Farmer, grocer Servant Carpenter /builder Clockmaker inventor Housewife Farmer, soilder Housewife Soldier, Gas Station owner ???

Silk man, Gas & Rates Collector ??? Coach Body Maker ??? grocer Assistant, farmer, carpenter ??? Manufacturer Shirt Maker Farmer ??? Well-Sinker ??? driver, soilder ???meatworks, Gardner Fur Factory, gardner, flower grower

??? ??? ??? ??? cheese factor, Tea Dealer ??? ??? ??? Carpenter, Whalers ??? Ship Builder/Carpenter ??? Traveler ??? ??? ??? Ship's Captain ??? Seaman, farmer ??? Well Sinker ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? Carpenter Cabinet Maker, Manager of the Washdyke Saleyards ??? Glue and Oil Manufacture ???

You may or not know that in Australia, having a convict in your ancestry is often referred to as 'Australian Royalty'! Here on WikiTree, we have a Australian Convicts and First Settlers project that I'm not part of.

5x Great Grandfather
William Daniel Galliott
Convict sent to Australia After the Third Fleet
4x Great Grandfather
William Walker II
Convict sent to Australia After the Third Fleet

Here is a map of places where my direct ancestors were born (5 generations) Map data ©2015 Google

🚢 Migration to New Zealand 🚂

My ancestors who migrated to New Zealand. The first ship to have settlers in New Zealand was the brig Active, this ship is equivalent to the Americans Mayflower, two of my ancestors were onboard this ship in 1814, Rev. Thomas W Kendall and his wife Jane Kendall. Fun Fact, there is 116 years between the Kendall family (1814) and the Braddock family (1930) to arrive in New Zealand.

RMS Ormonde
Departed from Liverpool, 15 Mar 1930
Arrived in Sydney 15 Apr 1930

RMS Aorangi
Departed from Sydney, 1 May 1930
Arrived in Auckland 5 May 1930
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Archie Braddock62 Great Grandfather
Gladys J Hand39 Great Grandmother
Maurice O Braddock17 Great Uncle
Graham Braddock11 Great Uncle
Billy Braddock2 Grandfather

SS Orford
Departed from London, 2 Feb 1929
Arrived in Sydney, 1929

RMS Niagara
Departed from Sydney, 1929
Arrived in Auckland 8 Apr 1929
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Edwin G Braddock22 Great Uncle

Unknown Ship
Departed from England, 1927
Arrived in Australia 1927

TSS Maunganui
Departed from Sydney, 1927
Arrived in Auckland 18 Jul 1927
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Jonas A Braddock Jr.22 Great Uncle

Departed from Plymouth, England, 1882
Arrived in Cooktown, Queensland, 15 Mar 1882

SS Westmeath
Departed from Queensland, 1883
Arrived in Hawkes Bay 16 May 1883
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Abraham A Leman28 2x Great Grandfather
Susannah E Service28 2x Great Grandmother
Richard Leman9 Unknown Relation
Emma Leman8 Unknown Relation
Ada S Leman3 2x Great Auntie
Archibald Leman1 2x Great Uncle

Unknown Ship
Arrived in New Zealand 1876
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Otto Smith
aka, Otto Gundersen
5 2x Great Grandfather
Ellen B Larson26? 3x Great Grandmother

Departed from London 1 June 1874
Arrived in Wellington 31 August 1874
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Angus G Clark313x Great Grandfather
Agnes Clark273x Great Grandmother
Christina Clark84x Great Aunt
Janet M Clark54x Great Aunt
Donald Clark34x Great Uncle
Agnes Clark<14x Great Aunt

Queen of Nations
Departed from England 1874
Arrived in Auckland 21 Mar 1874
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Jane Holywood42 3x Great Grandmother
William A Scott213x Great Uncle
John Scott143x Great Uncle
Anna M Scott15 2x Great Grandmother

Departed from Sydney 1892
Arrived in Wellington 3 May 1892
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
James W P Christison202x Great Grandfather

Departed from London 1875
Arrived in Wellington 1875
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Thomas Newland203x Great Grandfather

New Zealander
Departed from Sydney 1835
Arrived in Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand 1835
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Capt. James P Williams273x Great Grandfather

Arrived in Canterbury, New Zealand 6 Jan 1874
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Charles Brader Sr.243x Great Grandfather
Mary A Brader213x Great Grandfather
Charles Brader Jr.14x Great Uncle

Arrived in New Zealand 1855
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Samuel C Chapman264x Great Grandfather
Elizabeth Mealing164x Great Grandmother

Departed from England 6 Dec 1850
Arrived in New Zealand 31 March 1851
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
George Cooper374x Great Grandfather
Mary Cooper324x Great Grandmother
Mary Cooper125x Great Aunt
Sarah Cooper105x Great Aunt
Robert Cooper45x Great Uncle
Fanny Cooper35x Great Aunt
William Cooper25x Great Uncle
George Cooper15x Great Uncle

George Fyfe
Departed from Gravesend, Kent, England 16 June 1842
Arrived in Wellington 7 November 1842
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Charles Lewer214x Great Grandfather
Emma Lewer174x Great Grandmother
David Harris274x Great Uncle
Caroline Harris19Wife of 4x Great Uncle
William Harris31st Cousin, 5 x Removed

Departed from Sydney, Australia May 1834
Arrived in Auckland May 1834
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Thomas Florence514x Great Grandfather
Elizabeth J Florence294x Great Grandmother

Earl Spencer
Departed from England 1813
Arrived in Port Jackson, Sydney, Australia 9 Oct 1813

Departed from Sydney, Australia 1814
Arrived in Bay of Islands, New Zealand 1814
Photo Name Age Relation to Campbell Flag
Rev. Thomas W Kendall365x Great Grandfather
Jane Kendall315x Great Grandmother

War Veterans

Photo Name Relation to Campbell Regiment/Service Information
War of 1812
Thomas Florence 4x Great Grandfather British Royal Engineer Ill health caused him to return to England.
American Civil War
Moses Henry Leman 1st Cousins, 4x removed Grand Army of the Republic 1st Commander, 71st Reg. NYSM 1860-1865-civil
World War I
James Walker Pattison Christison 2x Great GrandfatherNew Zealand Army Surived the War. 2nd Division
Harold Clarke MacDonald 2x Great-Uncle (non-blood Relative) British Armed Forces He fought in France during WW1 in the Sommer and was involved with railways transporting troops and ammunition to and from the trenches.
Dr Charles Wellington Craik 1st Cousins, 3x removedUnited States Army- CaptianKilled in action, S SN TN 8th Infantry Division
James William Spraggs 1st Cousins, 3x removedNew Zealand ArmySurived the War
Alfred George Spraggs 1st Cousins, 3x removedNew Zealand ArmyKill in Action,
Ernest Oliver Spraggs 1st Cousins, 3x removedNew Zealand ArmySurived the War, Auckland Mounted Rifles, 3rd Reinforcements
Herbert James Dauncy Poulton 1st Cousins, 3x removedRoyal New Zealand Air Force - CorporalKilled in action.
George Edwin Hankey First Cousins, 2x removed (non-blood Relative) British Army Information
World War II
Graham Braddock Great-Uncle Royal New Zealand Air Force - Flight Sergeant Killed in action, Flight Sergeant with the No.14 Advanced Flying Unit, Scotland
Charles Christison Great-Grandfather New Zealand Army Surived the War
Archibald Robert Smith 2x Great-Grandfather New Zealand Army Surived the War
Thomas Henry Christison 2x Great-Uncle New Zealand Army Killed in Actionon 24 APR 1943 in Sfax, Tunisia, he was listed as Driver

📃Ancestor Surnames📄


Braddock Smith

Braddock Williams Smith Christison

Braddock Hand Williams Leman Smith Tucker Christison Brader

Braddock Craik Hand Leigh Williams Scott Leman Service Smith Clark Tucker Harvey Christison Davies Brader Newland

Braddock Goodier Craik Piggott Hand Trueman Leigh Downing Williams Florence Scott Holywood Leman Parker Service Fitt Smith Larson Clark Galbraith Tucker Chapman Harvey Cooper Christison Walker Davies Bovis Brader Nettleton Newland Lewer

Braddock Owen Goodier [?] Craik Campbell Piggott Partridge Hand Lawton Trueman Nield Leigh Wagstaff Downing Mansell Williams Gutteridge Florence Kendall Scott Morrow Holywood [?] Leman Van Goch Parker Pond Sarvies [?] Fitt Bayliss Smith [?] Harsen Olsdr Clark Galbraith Galbraith MacNiven Tucker Fussell Chapman Mealing Harvey Mayes Cooper Reeve Christison Galliott Walker Sullivan Davies Gray Bovis Cheesman Brader Cox Nettleton Hacche Newland Cartwright Lewer Harris


My DNA-Freespace Page

Years ago I had taken an Ancestry DNA test, I was very surprised that I had missed out on some DNA regions. As DNA science has improved over the years, the June 2018 update completely changed everything, now the new results confirm my research and family stories, which was very interesting indeed. As of June 2018, I am in 10 DNA circles, I have 37 DNA tree Hints, 217 4th cousins or closer and 21,737 DNA Matches (an increase of 8300 since Oct 2017)

June 2018 Update of my Ethnicity Estimates

My Ancestors Research Statistics

Brick Walls-Freespace Page
My Ancestors Research Statistics
Generation Number Direct Relation to Campbell Total # of Possible Ancestors Total # of Identified Ancestors Total % of Identified Ancestors
3Great Grandparent88100%
42nd Great Grandparent1616100%
53rd Great Grandparent3232100%
64th Great Grandparent645891%
75th Great Grandparent1267056%
86th Great Grandparent2527731%
97th Great Grandparent5047114%
108th Great Grandparent1008374%

In Total I have found 18.4% of my ancestors up to my 8x Great Grandparents. Last updated 16 Mar 2018


I am grateful for the guidance, assistance and encouragement I have received from so many people in New Zealand, England, Sweden, United States and Australia. Friends, Relatives, and the staff at museums, council offices and archives have been unfailingly helpful, And I acknowledge their contributions. I would like to thank Stuard Greer, a reporter from Macclesfield Express, Richard Foy, Chief Archivist and General Manager of Archives New Zealand, Waitaki District Libraries and Museum. and Paperspast for being free to access; and the large number of family and friends including Graham Braddock, Ian Braddock, Bev Roper, Alison O'Sullivan, late Jason Smith, Kathryn Smith, Gunner Leman, Valerie Willis, Kathleen Grant, Linda Trickett, and Fiona Jackson

Section 5 of Help:HTML and Inline CSS states that Members have somewhat more freedom to express their creativity on Private profiles and Free-Space Profiles.... Those who want to experiment may end up leading the way in developing new standards.

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Campbell Braddock has Norwegian ancestors
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Campbell Braddock has Scottish Ancestors.
Campbell Braddock has Jewish Roots.
Campbell Braddock has Irish ancestors.
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Campbell Braddock has Welsh ancestors.

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On 25 Jul 2018 at 20:47 GMT SJ Baty wrote:

Can you send me the code for the Ancestor Research Statistics? :-)

On 8 Apr 2018 at 13:05 GMT Bruce Codère wrote:

Hi. Great(est) page. Congrats Campbell. We can all learn from your work. Sorry to rain on your parade however in Acknowledgments you need to do a grammar check: "...and websites. to thank most of them are listed here." should read "... and websites to thank. Most...", and

"nieve" should read naive. Cheers.

On 7 Apr 2018 at 21:09 GMT Charlotte Shockey wrote:

Congrats on winning the "Best Personal Profile" award for the 1st WikiTreer Awards! Check out this post to do your acceptance speech! :-)

On 8 Feb 2018 at 18:15 GMT Joel Layman wrote:

Interesting page here! You have no known Swiss Leman/Lehman connections, do you? Talking about Eastern European connections-I have just a bit, but like you, I had no idea it was even out there-DNA testing is really helping me out!

On 1 Jan 2018 at 22:37 GMT Guy Constantineau wrote:


Wish you a Happy New Year. May 2018 bring you all you need to be happy.

Congratulation for adding your contributions in December. Whatever the quantity of your contributions, they all count. As we always say "Quality is better than quantity" to make a great family tree.

Thank you for being a Wikitreer,

Guy Constantineau - Wikitree leader

On 20 Dec 2017 at 19:02 GMT Guy Constantineau wrote:


just a word (late) to congratulate you on the contributions you made during the month of November. Whatever the quantity, they are all important.

Your work is appreciated.


Guy Constantineau

On 24 Oct 2017 at 02:34 GMT Meryl Naismith wrote:

Thank you re your comment re Patrick McNALLY and a possible duplicate profile Any assistance is appreciated. A team of researchers have been trying to trace his journey for years. I believe I am a direct descendant. I have verified my descent from his daughter Eliza McNALLY by DNA

On 19 Oct 2017 at 13:52 GMT Valerie Willis wrote:

We all loved your Kiwi logo Campbell

On 23 Sep 2017 at 11:18 GMT Lianne (Irwin) Trevarthen wrote:

Hi Campbell, I have added an index to the NZ Unsourced category so you can jump straight to the letter you are assigned. Should speed things up a little...

On 1 Sep 2017 at 06:06 GMT Richard Shelley wrote:

Hi Campbell

You might want to check out Susan and Edward

Regards Richard

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