Andrew Stewart was born about 1715 in Park Farm, Killean and Kilchenzie, Argyllshire, Scotland. He was the son of John Stewart and Mary Bruce.
Andrew Stewart and his wife Barbara McVicar, lived on Park Farm, Kintyre, Argyll.
He took over his father's lease from the Duke of Argyll around 1735. Several generations have lived in the house until the early 1900's when the Stewart's moved away to Glasgow and other destinations around the world.
The original house and farm land is now the property of Sir. Paul McCartney. It is here that he wrote the now famous song "Mull of Kintyre".
Andrew passed away on 22 May 1790 in Skeroblinraid or Park farm, Killean and Kilchenzie, Argyll, Scotland.
Andrew Stewart was married to Barbara McVicar.
Children of Andrew Stewart and his wife Barbara McVicar;
Eight of their thirteen children survived to adulthood.
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