Annie Cameron

Annie Isabella Cameron (1897-1973) was a Scottish historian.

She was the daughter of Mary Sinclair, and James Cameron, a Glasgow engineer. She studied history at the University of Glasgow and the University of St Andrews. She wrote a doctoral thesis on Bishop Kennedy of St Andrews.

She worked at the Scottish Record Office and in 1938 married George Dunlop, proprietor of the Kilmarnock Standard.[1]

She died in 1973.

Marcus Merriman, a historian of the Rough Wooing acknowledged Annie Cameron, Marguerite Wood, and Gladys Dickinson for their work publishing 16th-century primary sources. He praised Cameron for her "stunning" edition of the Scottish correspondence of Mary of Guise, "placing in the hands of the researcher something formidably useful."[2]

Selected publicationsEdit


  1. ^ Elizabeth Ewan, 'Dunlop, Annie Isabella', Elizabeth L. Ewan, Sue Innes, Siân Reynolds, Rose Pipes, Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women (Edinburgh, 2018), p. 127.
  2. ^ Marcus Merriman, The Rough Wooings (Tuckwell: East Linton, 2000), pp. xix, 102.