Campbell, Neil (2), Am
Campbell, Neil (2), A.M., a Scotch clergyman (son of the bishop of Argyle), took his degree at the Glasgow University in 1607, was the first minister over the new parish of Glassary, appointed in 1616, and had the same year over £300" for nineteen year tack of the bishop's quarter of the kirk at Dysart." He was promoted to the bishopric of the Isles in 1634, became proprietor of Ederline, subscribed the Covenant, abjured Episcopacy, and by the synod was declared, in 1640, capable of the ministry. He died before April 29, 1647.. His episcopal robes, four in number, were estimated as of £200 value. -See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, iii, 7,449.