Badge: "Boar's head"
The origin of the name comes from the Gaelic "CAM"
(wry) and "BEUL" (mouth), wry-mouth,
or curved mouth, the nickname of Sir Colin Campbell's
No Highland family has been so prolific in cadet
branches of distinction as the great race of the
Campbell's. From the earliest date at which authentic
history dawns upon their race they are found multiplying
and establishing new houses throughout the land.
The steps in the growth of this great house are
in every generation full of interest, and involve
in their narration no small part of the romance
of Scottish history part of the romance of Scottish