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Patrick Campbell Sr {emigrant} & 1st wife Elizabeth (Taylor)

Carol Mitchell (View posts)
Posted: 15 Dec 2002 3:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Campbell Taylor McCutcheon
Would like to correspond with anyone interested in this family. Not written in stone, need input, etc.

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Husband: Patrick CAMPBELL (Emigrant) <parentage not fully proven> (1, 2, 3, 4,
5)
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AKA:
Born: 1696 - Drumaboden, Kilmachrenan Co. Donegal, Ireland (6, 7)
Baptized:
Died: 17 Mar 1767 - Augusta Co., Virginia, USA (9)
Buried:
Father: John CAMPBELL (1656-1734) (10)
Mother: Grace "Grizle" HAY ( - ) (4, 11, 12, 13)
Married: Bef May 1721 (4, 9, 14, 15) Place:
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Other Spouse: Elinor ( - ) Date: 1752-1754 (9)
SealS (LDS): Temple:
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Events
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1. Family: Patrick Campbell Sr b-1696 Ireland d-abt1769 Constable of
Pennsylvania twp,lancaster co Pa 1725-27 Married Delilah Thompson B1700
Children - Charles,James,William,Patrick Jr, Mary,Martha,Jane (great jpg)
[ERRORs]. (16)




2. Publication: History of Augusta County, VA:, Augusta Co., Virginia,
USA. (17)




3. Publication: Virginia Genealogies and Biographies, 1500's-1900's:
Virginia and Virginians, Vol. I, Eminent Virginians: David Campbell. (18)
iii. John, born in 1668; died in 1734; emigrated to America in 1726, and
settled in Donegal, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, but soon removed with
several of his faml1y to that part of Orange County, Virginia, which in
1738 was formed into Augusta County. Had issue:
i Patrick. born in 1690; “a strong Churchman;" removed to Virginia in
1738, and was the father of General William Campbell, [*he was the grand
father, not the father, it was his son Charles That was the father] the
hero of Kings Mountain (after whom the county of Campbell. formed in 1784
from Bedford, was named). born in 1745, and was killed in September,
1781; married Elizabeth, the sister of the orator Patrick Henry. and she
married. secondly, General William Russell. of the Revolution, born in
Cu1pper County, Virginia, in 1768, and died in Fayette County, Kentucky,
July 3,1825,


4. Armes: Armorial Bearings of the Clan Campbell. (19)


5. Tartan: The Campbell Tartan. (19)


6. History: Bonnie Scotland forever, Scotland. (19)


7. History: The Scots of Virginia by Horace Edward Henderson. (20)



8. Descendant/Corrspondent:rmwaltier@aol.com
CuznCarri@aol.com
"Bill & Debbie" <nowaydn@kih.net>





9. Error: This Patrick Campbell did not marry a Delilah Thompson or no
proof of said marriage has been found. None of the Children carry down
the name of Delilah, The wife he brought over from Ireland was Elizabeth
(Taylor) [headright], the wife in his early deeds was Elizabeth. The
chart published by the Campbell Journal lists Patrick & Elizabeth
(Taylor) Campbell with eldest son Charles Campbell m. Margaret Buchanan.
CAMPBELL, PATRICK THOMPSON, DELILAH Date Country/StateTN County
WILLIAMSON CO.


10. History: Presbyterians became of sufficent influence to obtain the
name of Donegal for their twp.; Chief among them were Patrick Campbell
(may be another one), 1722, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA. (21)


11. He emigrated Donegal Twp Scotch Irish Presbyterians: Patrick
Campbell (may be another one) after 1722 from Chester Co., Pennsylvania,
USA. (22)



12. History: Donegal was created from a portion of Conestoga township ,
1723, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, USA.


13. Tax: Patrick Campbell (may be another one), 1724, Donegal Twp.,
Lancaster Co., Pennsylania, USA. (23)




14. Appointed: Patrick was constable of the township, 1726, Pennsylvania,
USA. (6)


15. History: from Spotsylvania ( St. Mark Parish), 1734, Orange Co.,
Virginia, USA.


16. Mentioned: Archibald McAllister 200a On the South side of Conedegwt
Between John McFarlan on the North East & Patrick CAMPBEL on the South
west where the limestone Spring Sinks into the Ground no survey, 10 Oct
1734, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, USA. (13, 24)


17. History: formed from Orange , 1738-1745, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.


18. Moved: from Lancaster Co., PA, Bef 1738, Orange Co., Virginia, USA.
(9)


19. Owned Land: Patrick Campbell 1546a for cost of 44.07.07 Beverley
Manor (Augusta), 21 Feb 1738, Orange Co., Virginia, USA. (25)


20. Survey: (35) Survey for Patt Campbell, beginning at a valley on ye
South Side of South River, thence with the lines of ye pattint, Hammock's
branch, Christy's Kreek, Jno. Buchanan's line, 15 May 1738, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (26)


21. Mentioned: William Beverley's deeds to John Lewis, George Hudson,
George Robertson & Patrick Campbell recorded, 22 Feb 1739, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (13, 27)


22. Mentioned: James McClure deed for 440a pt. Beverly Manor Join Patrick
Campbell & David Mitchell, 28 Feb 1739, Orange Co. [Now Augusta Co.],
Virginia, USA.


23. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick
Jr, John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, 22 May 1740, Orange Co.,
Virginia, USA. (28, 29, 30, 31)


24. Moved: Patrick Campbell son of John Campbell b. 1689 in Ireland
moved from PA , Abt 1740, Orange Co. [Now Augusta Co.], Virginia, USA.
(10)


25. Mentioned: Phinley McClre to John Brownlee tract B. M. Glade,
Hammock's Br., Pat Campbell, David Mitchell 444a, 26 May 1742, Orange
Co., Virginia, USA. (32)


26. Mentioned: Will of son William Campbell, 1744, Augusta Co., Virginia,
USA.


27. Deed: Patrick Campbell to Wm Sayers [pt. 1,546a fr Wm Beverley],
1745, Orange Co., Virginia, USA. (33)



28. Mentioned: Indian Road order 1st Road Patrick Campbell, Gilbert
Campbell, James Campbell, 1745, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (34)


29. History: Cedar Creek Settlement, 1745, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.
(35)


30. Court Record: Thomas Watts was sued by Patrick Campbell, 1746-1747,
Albemarle Co., Virginia, USA. (36) 1/25/1746 P 100 - Suit againstThomas
Watts by Patrick Campbell, Continued. 3/28/1746 P 114 - Suit against him
by Patrick Campbell, Continued. 6/13/1746 P 132 - Suit against him by
Patrick Campbell, Continued. 9/13/1746 P 182 - Suit against him by
Patrick Campbell, continued. 2/13/1747 P 248 - Suit against him by
Patrick Campbell continued.
James W. Campbell witness to will of Elizabeth Jacoby Watts was a
prominent Minister of the Presbyterian Church in Pike County MO, at that
date 1819.


31. Mentioned: John Buchanan, to James Cowan 374a, lines Patrick
Campbell, Reed, Moor, Col. Patton. Wit. Andrew Cowen, Robert Foyle, James
Trimble, 1746, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (33)


32. Deed: p. 119 Mar 1746 Henry Cary to Patrick Campbell & p. 203 Nov
1746 Henry Cary to Patrick Campbell (which Patrick? is this), 1746,
Albemarle Co., Virginia, USA. (37)


33. Mentioned: Wm Beverley to James Lynn Beverley Manor S River,
Shanando, Samuel Doah, Patrick Campbell, Brownlee, George Brackenridge.
Wit. Robert Davis, Jno Mitchell, W Russell., 1747, Augusta Co., Virginia,
USA. (33)


34. Mentioned: 346) John Brownlee appointed Overseer of the Indian Road,
vice Patrick Campbell., 18 Feb 1748, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (38)


35. Processioned: for Patrick Campbell & Charles Campbell, 26 Mar 1748,
Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (39)


36. Bond: Campbell vs Campbell.--Bond of Patrick Campbell to Maryan
(Marion) Campbell, widow and relict of William Campbell, dated 1745.
Assignment on back to John Campbell, dated 1747, and signed Maryan
Buchanan, 1748, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (33)


37. Witness: Joseph Reed to David Hayes corner James Robinson, Charles
Campbell, Wit. Patrick Campbell, 1748, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




38. Witness: Joseh Reed to David Sayers Jr, Test John Buchanan, Charles &
Pat Campbell, 15 Sep 1748, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)




39. Deed: Patrick Campbell Sr & Elizabeth to Patrick Campbell Jr. 212
acres, (fr Beverley to Patrick Sr. 21 Feb 1738), Wm Thompson, Samuel
Braford, John Mitchell, John Ward, Charles Campbell, Christian Cr., S
River. Wit. David Hay, Arthur Hamilton, 20 May 1752, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (9, 25)


40. Deed: Patrick Campbell & Elizabeth Campbell 514a to Charles Campbell,
Est 30 May 1752, Orange Co., Virginia, USA. (9)


41. Mentioned: Charles Campbell, Wm. Long, Joseph Love, John Wilson, Wm.
Wright, Anthony Black, James Robinson and Patrick Campbell--clear and
keep a road from Wm. Long's mill to Charles Campbell's., 21 Aug 1752,
Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (33)


42. Witness: Div of Land Charles Campbell & Col. James Buchanan wit. J
Patton, James Kerr, Patrick Campbell, 29 Nov 1752, Augusta Co., Virginia,
USA. (40)


43. Petition: Signed by Patrick Campbell, 1753-1754, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (33)


44. Mentioned: Inhabitants of head of South River Petition to keep roads
only 1/2 mile aprart etc, Patrick Campbell, Patrick Campbell Jr., John
Campbell, 1753, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (33, 41)


45. Witness: Alexander Brownlee & Sarah to John Cozbey Wit. John
Brownlee, Pat Campbell, Mathew Thompson, 20 Aug 1753, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (26)




46. Witness: Will William Smith, wifes son Thomas Steele, step dau Janet
Steele, step sons Robert & Thomas Steel. Ex. Samuel Stell & wife Janet
Test Patt Campbell, 1754-1756, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)



47. Deed: Patrick Campbell Sr & Elinor to son John Campbell (Patrick Sr
of Beverly 1,546a 21 Feb 1738 Orange Co) for love 270a, Patrick Campbell
Jr, Wm Thompson, Charles Campbell, 15 May 1754, Augusta Co., Virginia,
USA. (9)



48. Witness: Francis Beaty to Jno Teat 160a Beverley Manor for James
Lockhart, wit. David Hay, Jno & Pat Campbell, Thos Teat, 28 Jun 1755,
Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)




49. Processioned: for Charles, John Campbell, Pat Campbell, 1756, Augusta
Co., Virginia, USA. (42)




50. Mentioned: John Campbell, son of Patrick, Fine and bound to peace,
Entering attorney ads. Christian;, Mar 1757, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.
(43)


51. Adm.: Will of James McCutchen , 1 Feb 1759-16 May 1759, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (44)


52. Mentioned: John Campbell to Thomas Sheals 270a Beverley Manor,
Patrick Campbell, Wm Thompson, Charles Campbell, 19 Mar 1760, Augusta
Co., Virginia, USA. (26)


53. Surety: Samuel Steel's bond sur. Thomas Paxton, PatCampbell, guardian
to David Steel orphan Thos Steel, 18 Nov 1760, Augusta Co., Virginia,
USA. (26)




54. Witness: william Lockridge & Agness to David Steele, Thomas Hill,
Moore, Wit. Samuel & Robert Steele, Patt Campbell, 11 Dec 1762, Augusta
Co., Virginia, USA.




55. Surety: Silas Hart's bond (with Wm. Thompson, Pat. Campbell) for
collection of County proportion, 25 Nov 1763, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.
(26)



56. Deed: Brice Hanna to Patrick Campbell one horse. Wit. Taylor, Thomas
Steel, 26 Jan 1767, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (33)



57. Processioned: For Patt. Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for Alex.
Campbell, 1767, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (45)


58. Mentioned: John Campbell, brother to Pat, recording Vance's deeds to
you, 1769, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (46)


59. Mentioned: Patrick & Agness Campbell to John Burk of PA, tract bought
by Patrick Campbell dec'd from Beverley 21 Feb 1738 rec. in Orange, 20
May 1777, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)




60. Publication: The Campbells Of Virginia: Three of John Campbell's sons
came with him to Augusta, viz: Patrick, Robert and David, 1954. (19)



61. Publication: Dr. Ruby Campbell's articles on the subject in the Clan
Campbell Society (North America) quarterly Journals (Vol. 28 No.2 Spring
2001 pp. 46-48 & Vol. 28 No. 4 Autumn 2001 pp. 47-49), , 2001. (8)


62. Note:Submitter: Jerrie Howard
Subject: PATRICK & ELINER CAMPBELL
Message: Searching for information on Patrick Campbell and wife Eliner.
They bought land in Rowan Co., NC in 1756. They sold the land in 1756 to
James Brandon & James Armstrong. I do not know if he actually lived in
NC. In James Morrison's will, 1790, Burke Co., NC, he mentions that he
has fifty two pounds-by bond Pennsylvania money coming from Patrick
Campbell of Cumberland Co., PA. I have found some records for Patrick
Campbell in Augusta and Orange Co., VA. Also, a Daniel Campbell of Rowan
Co., NC, has a will dated 29 April 1781. He states that he is going on an
expediton to South Carolina, and as his return may be uncertain, have
thought proper to dispose of my worldly affairs in the following manner;
that provided I should not survive the intended expedition, I bequeath to
William Bones, tailor of said state & county the negro which I am to
receive as bounty for the above mentioned tour, together with the black
horse I now possess in consideration of which said William is to
discharge all the debts formerly contracted by me that are yet unpaid.
The rest of my property without exception I bequeath to the oldest
daughter of JAMES MORRISON on Silver Creek in Burke Co. I am trying to
find the connection of Patrick Campbell to James Morrison. Did Patrick
Campbell have a brother named Duncan? Was Patrick Campbell a tailor? I
would greatly appreciate any help on Patrick Campbell. Thanks, Jerrie




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Wife: Elizabeth TAYLOR (4, 8)
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AKA:
Born:
Baptized:
Died: Bef 1754 (9)
Buried:
Father: Charles TAYLOR ( - )
Mother: Mary Mc CANLISS ( - ) (4)
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1. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)


2. Deed: Elizabeth Campbell relinquished dower in 514 acres, conveyed by
her husband, Patrick Campbell, to Charles Campbell, in Orange., 20 May
1752, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (9)


3. Deed: Patrick Campbell Sr & Elizabeth to Patrick Campbell Jr. 212
acres, (fr Beverley to Patrick Sr. 21 Feb 1738), Wm Thompson, Samuel
Braford, John Mitchell, John Ward, Charles Campbell, Christian Cr., S
River. Wit. David Hay, Arthur Hamilton, 20 May 1752, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (9)

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1. Note: The elder son of John Campbell (3rd of the name) was Patrick
Campbell who married Elizabeth Taylor. Patrick was also living in 1752
(see article for source). Their son Charles Campbell and his wife
Margaret Buchanan . (8)

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Children
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1 M Capt. Charles CAMPBELL (4, 17, 47)
Born: 1721 - Ireland (4, 6)
Baptized:
Died: Jan 1767 - Augusta Co., Virginia, USA (6)
Buried:
Spouse: Margaret BUCHANAN ( -1777) (4, 6)
Marr. Date: After 1738 (6)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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1. Military: French & Indian Wars 1742, made Capt. 1752.


2. Deed:Page 415.--15th June, 1769. Charles Campbell and Margret ( ) to
Joseph Walker, £135, 188 acres on Woods Creek in Fork of James River
corner Arthur McClure; corner Arthur McClure, Joseph Walker's line.
Robert Moore's line. Teste: James Hall, Joseph Walker. Delivered: Joseph
Walker, June, 1783.



3. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)


4. Military: He served in the French and Indian wars in 1742; Captain in
1752.(*) , 1742-1752, Orange Co., Virginia, USA. (6)


5. Mentioned: Will of William Campbell bro Charles, 1744, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA.


6. Mentioned: Will William Campbell bro Charles , 1744, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA.


7. Deed: John Anderson to Charles Campbell 400 a, 1747, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA.




8. Note: It was Patton who led Buchanan, Charles Campbell, and others in
what came to be called the Expedition, 1748. (48)



9. Deed: Patrick Campbell & Elizabeth Campbell 514a to Charles Campbell,
Est 30 May 1752, Orange Co., Virginia, USA.


10. Deed: Charles Campbell & Col. John Buchanan, 2694a purchased from
John Buchanan of Beverly Manor; Col James Patton to be paid for 79a,
division of said land; wit. James Patton, James Kerr, Patrick Campbell,
29 Nov 1752, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (40)


11. Mentioned: Inhabitants of head of South River petition that they have
to keep their roads Patrick Campbell, Patrick Campbell Jr., John
Campbell, 1753, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (41)


12. Deed: John Buchanan & Margaret to Charles Campbell of Beverely Manor,
£50, 1.000 a on Indian Creek, 22 Mar 1755, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




13. Witness: Will Robert Sayers wit. Jno Christian, John Hunter, Chars
Campbell, 1756, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




14. He signed a will of Beverley Manor, wife Margaret exex., 1,000 acres
of land on Holsten River to son William, & lands to daus. on 4 Aug
1761-17 Mar 1767 in Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (19)


15. Mentioned: Charles Campbell died 1767 testate, leaving wife Margaret
(father and mother of Gen. Wm. Campbell). Margaret died about November,
1777, 18 Nov 1771, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (4, 49)


16. Mentioned: Col William Campbell's line in survey of Andrew Smathers ,
27 Aug 1781, Washington Co., Virginia, USA. (50)


17. Patent: N Br Holston at Margaretta 180a pat 1753, 15 Sep 1781,
Washington Co., Virginia, USA. (51)



18. Mentioned: Arthur Campbell surviving Exor of Margaret Campbell, sole
ex of Charles Campbell decd, to Rudolph Hawpe 100a pat Charles Campbell 8
Mar 1747 land Hugh Torbet lives on, 4 Jul 1784, Augusta Co., Virginia,
USA.




19. Mentioned: Tract left Wm Campbell (wife Elizabeth) by wil of father
Charles Campbell decd 400a pat John Anderson Charles bought 1747, 1789,
Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




20. Mention: Taylor vs Tate & Campbell; John Taylor m. Elizabeth Campbell
dau Charles bef 1774; Charles Campbell dau Jean m. Thomas Tate, & Chas.
Dau Margaret Campbell m. Arthur Campbell ....., 1790, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA.




21. Mentioned: Patent, 1783, to Arthur Campbell pt bequest of Charles
Campbell 500 acres (Campbell's choice) by inclusive survey 1781, in
Washington County on N Holston at Margaretta, 1805, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (52)


22. Mentioned: Margaret Campbell, wife of Arthur, was daughter of
Charles Campbell, to whom the land was granted 22d August, 1753, 17 Sep
1809, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (4, 53)


23. Publication: The Campbells of Virginia, 1954. (19)

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2 F * Grace "Griselda" CAMPBELL (4)
Born: Est 1726 - Ireland (54)
Baptized:
Died: Bef 19 May 1778
Buried:
Spouse: James M. McCUTCHEN (Est 1726-1759)
Marr. Date: Est 1747 - Augusta Co., Virginia, USA (55)
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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1. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)


2. Heir: Will of James McCutchen wife Grisal and exer., 1 Feb 1759-16 May
1759, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (44)


3. Note: James McCutchen rner Widow Cook. Devised to grantor by his
father, James McCutcheon, 1 Feb 1759, in tail cites statues converting
estates tail into fee simple. , 19 May 1778, Wshington Co., Virginia,
USA.

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3 M John CAMPBELL (4)
Born: Est 1724 - Ireland
Baptized:
Died: Est aft 1786
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)


2. Deed: to John Campbell 325 a in Beverley Manor. Corner Adam Thomson
and Andrew McClure; corner Thomas Peevy; William McNabb's line; Adam
Thompson's line. Teste: Robert Wilson, William Baskins, John Lin, 28 Feb
1749, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




3. Mentioned: Inhabitants of head of South River petition that they have
to keep their roads Patrick Campbell, Patrick Campbell Jr., John
Campbell, 1753, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (41)


4. Deed: Patrick Campbell Sr & Elinor to son John Campbell (Patrick Sr of
Beverly 1,546a 21 Feb 1738 Orange Co) for love 270a, Patrick Campbell Jr,
Wm Thompson, Charles Campbell, 15 May 1754, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.
(26)


5. Deed: John & Elizabeth Campbell to Joseph Coulton Gent £130, 400 acres
on Cathely's River, Sinking Spring Br., Little Run, pat by John 12 Jan
1742, wit. Joseph Hanna, 21 May 1755, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.



6. Witness: Francis Beaty to Jno Teat 160a Beverley Manor for James
Lockhart, wit. David Hay, Jno & Pat Campbell, Thos Teat, 28 Jun 1755,
Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)


7. Deed: John Culton & Mary to John Campbell £130, 400 acres on North
Cathey River, Sinking Spring Br, Little Run , Mar 1756, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA.




8. Court Case: John Campbell, son of Patrick, Fine and bound to peace,
Entering attorney ads. Christian;, Mar 1757, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.
(26)


9. Deed: John Campbell to Thomas Sheals 270a Beverley Manor, Patrick
Campbell, Wm Thompson, Charles Campbell, 19 Mar 1760, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA. (26)


10. Mentioned: Wm Patterson & Agness to James Bell Beverley Manor S
River, cor. John Campbell, Manor line, Joseph Teas line, McClure, Stuart,
1761, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.


11. Deed: Hugh Ross & Sarah John Campbell 170a Cartley's River Walkers
Run Benj Allens Rd., 1764, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




12. Mentioned: John Campbell, brother to Pat, recording Vance's deeds to
you, 1769, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (51)


13. Deed: John Campbell, of Botetourt, to James Trotter . £150, 232 acres
pt. of his father's survey in Beverley Manor. Wit. James Lockhart, James
Hargrave, Sampson Archer, Del Samuel Trotter, 25 May 1771-21 Oct 1772,
Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)


14. Deed: John Campbell Yeoman to James Craig on Cathey's River, Sinking
Spring Br, Little Run where he lives mortgage Wit. George Craig, 23 Mar
1786, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.



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4 M Patrick CAMPBELL Jr. (#2) (4, 47)
Born: 1726 - Ireland
Baptized:
Died:
Buried:
Spouse: Elizabeth JAMES <probably not true> (Est 1765-1830)
Marr. Date: Est 1746 (56) . (Divorced)
Spouse: Agnes ( - )
Marr. Date: Bef 1777
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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1. Note: Some say m. Elizabeth James others Anne Steel (which was his
son's wife) only wife I have seen associated was Agnes. (16)




2. Parentage: Capt Wm Campbell (m. Tabitha Russell) was son of Patrick
Campbell & Miss Steele, his grandfather was also Patrick Campbell bro of
Charles Campbell father of Gen Wm Campbell. (47)


3. Note: Seems to have been mixed up with his son Patrick Campbell who m.
Nancy Steele.


4. Note:"Capt. Campbell was the son of Patrick Campbell, and his mother
was a Miss Steele. His grandfather was also Patrick Campbell, a brother
to Charles Campbell, who was the father of Gen. William Campbell of
King's Mountian fame. Soon after their marriage they removed to
Cumberland, Tenn., which was then in Davidson Co., North Carolina. In
1788 they removed to Fayette Co., Ky. and settled temporarily on
"Elkhorn", near the residence of Col. William Russell at Russell's Cave.
In 1793 they removed thence to Muhlenburg Co., and settled permantly at
Caney Station, which was upon a portion of the "Russell survey". Capt.
Campbell was a man of remarkable purity of character, and of great piety.
In 1799 Capt. Campbell, being then in delicate health, went to Lexington,
Ky. to consult a physician, and while there died at the home of his
brother-in-law, Col. William Russell, at Russell's Cave, at which place
he was buried."





5. Survey: Patrick Campbell 400a Holestein, 1773-1 Sep 1781, Washington
Co., Virginia, USA.



6. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)


7. Deed: p. 119 Mar 1746 Henry Cary to Patrick Campbell & p. 203 Nov 1746
Henry Cary to Patrick Campbell (which Patrick? was this), 1746, Albemarle
Co., Virginia, USA. (37)


8. Deed: Patrick Campbell Sr & Elizabeth to Patrick Campbell Jr. 212
acres, (fr Beverley to Patrick Sr. 21 Feb 1738), Wm Thompson, Samuel
Braford, John Mitchell, John Ward, Charles Campbell, Christian Cr., S
River. Wit. David Hay, Arthur Hamilton, 20 May 1752, Augusta Co.,
Virginia, USA.


9. Mentioned: Road Pet. Chas Campbell, Patrick Campbell, Patrick Campbell
Jr. John Campbell, 1753, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (41)


10. Mentioned: Patrick Campbell Sr & Elinor to son John Campbell 270a
corner Patrick Campbell Jr. Wit. Charles Campbell, 15 May 1754, Augusta
Co., Virginia, USA.




11. Guardian: Samuel Steel's bond (with Thomas Paxton, Pat. Campbell), as
guardian (chosen) to David Steel, orphan to Thomas Steel. (this could be
son), 18 Nov 1760, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




12. Bond: Silas Hart bond from Wm.Thompson & Pat Campbell [could be Sr.),
25 Nov 1763, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




13. Deed: John Tate to Thomas Tate 200a corner James Lynn & Tate: Wit.
homas Paxton, Finley McClure. Delivered: Pat. Campbell, 17 May 1768-4 Aug
1773. (26)


14. Mentioned: John Campbell, brother to Pat, recording Vance's deeds to
you, 1769, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (51)


15. Bond: William Preston & Wm Campbell's bond admr John Buchanan
(bondsmen Wm Thompson, Robert Breckinridge, Wm Christian, Pat Campbell,
Mills, Robinson & Taylor), 16 Aug 1769, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.




16. Witness: Deed Wm Logan & Isabella to Samuel Wright Beverley Manor,
Wit. Elijah McClenachan, Patrick Campbell, William Meteer, 20 Mar 1770,
Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)


17. Witness: Robert Mitchell to Thomas Sheilds, 1 horse, 1 Dand Flower of
d luce, Cattle, furniture & crops wit. Wm Thompson, Patt Campbell, 24 Mar
1770, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)


18. Deed: Robert Beverley to Patrick Campbel £40, 234 acres in Beverley
Manor, S Timber Ridge, James Leeper, John Shields, Robert Christian, John
Shields, James Hamilton, James Wilson; De. Pat Campbell, 22 Aug 1771-11
Mar 1772, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)


19. He signed a will Belongs to another Patrick Campbell with only child
James on 15 Jul 1777-8 Apr 1778 in Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.


20. Deed: Patrick Campbell & Agness to John Burk of Philadphia, PA tract
bought of Patrick Campbell decd (Beverley 21 Feb 1738 Orange), 20 Aug
1777, Augusta Co., Virginia, USA. (26)


21. Survey: Patrick Campbell 652a Preemption Warrent Holston River corner
Col. Campbell, David Campbell, 6 May 1782, Washington Co., Virginia, USA.



22. Survey: Patrick Campbell 175a Commissioners Cert. Holstein , Arthur
Campbell & Patrick Campbell, 6 May 1782, Washington Co., Virginia, USA.


23. Descendant/Corrspondent: 2002. "Terry Teltow" <tteltow@seidata.com>
<joycehouseeeve@webtv.net>
"Betty Finger" <bfinger@sacranet.com>

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5 F Elizabeth CAMPBELL (4)
Born: - Ireland
Baptized:
Died:
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)

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6 F Mary CAMPBELL (4)
Born: 1727-1728 - Ireland (57)
Baptized:
Died:
Buried:
Spouse: Maj. William CHRISTIAN (1725-Bef 1779)
Marr. Date: Virginia, USA
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. Note: Mary Campbell, dau. of Patrick and Delilah (Thompson) Campbell
dau. of Capt. Wm Thompson, born Sweet Ara, Donegal Twp. PA [Errors
mother prob Elizabeth, b. Ireland as listed in headright]. (57)


2. Descendant/Corrspondent:"Thomas Townsend" <tomt@intcom.net>


3. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)

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7 M William CAMPBELL (4)
Born: Bef 1736 - Ireland (6)
Baptized:
Died: Est 1744 - Augusta Co., Virginia, USA
Buried:
Spouse: Maryann BUCHANAN ( - )
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Events
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1. HeadRights: Patrick Campbell, Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick Jr,
John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell, May 1740, Orange Co., Virginia,
USA. (28)


2. He signed a will William Campbell bro Charles & Patrick, dau Mary
Anne, wife Mary Anne, father Patrick, father-in-law William Buchanan in
1744 in Augusta Co., Virginia, USA.


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8 F Martha CAMPBELL <Maybe Dau>
Born: After 1735 (2)
Baptized:
Died:
Buried:
Spouse: Col. William EDMONDSON (1734- ) (2)
Marr. Date:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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9 F Jane CAMPBELL <Maybe Dau>
Born:
Baptized:
Died:
Buried:
Spouse:
Marr. Date:
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Husband's Birth Notes
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7m from Letterkenny: Eldest son

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Husband's Death Notes
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Death date doubtful

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Husband's Research Notes
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$45.00 to the following address: Donald H. Campbell, P.O. Box 326, Rose Hill,
Virginia 24281. donnie31@hotmail.com # (540)445-4902.

This looks like a problem area: .... Historical Sketches of the Campbell,
Pilcher, and Kindred Families
9James Campbell married, but whom it is not known. One of his sons lived on
Cripple Creek, in Wythe County, Virginia, and a 10daughter, said to have been a
very superior woman, married Mr. Spotts. Of 9William Campbell, of Kentucky, we
have no record. 9Patrick Campbell married Anne Steele; they had four children:
10Robert, 10Jane, 10Samuel, and 10William. 10Robert Campbell married (???);
10Samuel Campbell


I recently stumbled on some materials from the Lancaster PA Historical Society.
They have indexed 100 years of their journal and put the names on the web. The
index to the journal is at:
Lancaster Historical Society Index
http://lanclio.org/jrnl_toc/jrnl_toc.htm
Even though many of my relatives are in Western PA, if you go back far enough,
many started in eastern PA. Similarly, in the early years, counties like York
and Lancaster were much bigger than they are today, and at one time, covered
almost half of the state,
Anyway, attached are the references to Caampbell's from their files. The full
index of their names which is tied back to the volume and page index listed in
the first URL above can be found at:
http://lanclio.org/jrnl_nam.htm
Happy searching! Please respond if you find out anything about William Campbell
or Andrew Campbell of Indiana County, PA
- Kevin Campbell
campbell@alum.mit.edu
====================================================
Last Name; First Name; MI; Volume; Pages, Pages...; Notes
Campbell; ; ;90;222;
Campbell;A.;Lincoln;31;155;
Campbell;Abner;D.;89;12;
Campbell;Adams; ;8;106,108;
Campbell;Agnes; ;25;123;
Campbell;Alexander; ;10;392;
Campbell;Amos; ;57;5,6;
Campbell;Andrew; ;13;139;
Campbell;Andrew; ;36;228;
Campbell;Arthur; ;12;254;
Campbell;Arthur; ;31;155;
Campbell;Arthur; ;94;20;
Campbell;Charles; ;90;56;
Campbell;David; ;26;78;
Campbell;David; ;27;8;
Campbell;Dr. Carl;J.;96;62;
Campbell;Dr. John; ;91;162;
Campbell;Duncan; ;63;172;
Campbell;F.;M.;32;26;
Campbell;Francis; ;24;7;
Campbell;George; ;19;145;
Campbell;George; ;24;132;
Campbell;George; ;32;38;
Campbell;George; ;63;168;
Campbell;H.; ;15;66;
Campbell;H.; ;36;309;
Campbell;J.;R.;36;309;
Campbell;James; ;15;47,53,261;
Campbell;James; ;17;232;
Campbell;James; ;31;148;
Campbell;James; ;36;238,249;
Campbell;James; ;47;97;
Campbell;James; ;48;12;
Campbell;John; ;2;41;
Campbell;John; ;8;226;
Campbell;John; ;9;326;
Campbell;John; ;12;254;
Campbell;John; ;26;83;
Campbell;John; ;32;83;
Campbell;John; ;56;98;
Campbell;Joseph; ;8;225;
Campbell;Joseph; ;28;3;
Campbell;Margaret; ;96;4;
Campbell;Martha; ;26;28;
Campbell;Martha; ;81;83;
Campbell;Mary;Smith;1;308;
Campbell;Moses; ;37;175;
Campbell;Mrs. (Hand); ;39;124;
Campbell;Mrs. W.;W.;15;125;
Campbell;Pat; ;1;166,308;
Campbell;Pat; ;9;298,299;
Campbell;Pat; ;11;263;
Campbell;Pat; ;12;29;
Campbell;Pat; ;20;170,176,182,187,192;
Campbell;Patrick; ;85;4;
Campbell;Patrick; ;92;114;
Campbell;Peter; ;12;254;
Campbell;Philip; ;22;25;
Campbell;Robert; ;22;98;
Campbell;Robert; ;30;89;
Campbell;Robert; ;31;152;
Campbell;Robert; ;34;102,232;
Campbell;Robert; ;36;162;
Campbell;Robert; ;82;164;
Campbell;Samuel; ;24;16;
Campbell;T.;P.;35;192;
Campbell;Thomas; ;28;7;
Campbell;Thomas; ;31;36;
Campbell;Thomas; ;36;158;
Campbell;W.;L.;29;118;
Campbell;W.;P.;51;107;
Campbell;William; ;2;41;
Campbell;William; ;8;225;
Campbell;William; ;12;254;
Campbell;William; ;23;13;
Campbell;William; ;32;38;
Campbell;William; ;50;99;
Campbell;Wooddie; ;27;81;
Campble;George; ;11;263;
Campble;Patrick; ;27;8;
Campble;Robert; ;35;22; (1)

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Birth Notes for Child: Capt. Charles CAMPBELL
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eldest son
Elizabeth Taylor (#13) and Patrick Campbell (#12) are depicted in the
“Ancestry” as the parent so f the above mentioned Charles Campbell (#6). Again
Chalkley (v. 1, p. 50) offers the needed proof. In Order Book No. III of the
Augusta County Court Records under date May 20, 1752 (246) is this entry:
“Elizabeth Campbell relinquished dower in 514 acres conveyed by her husband
Patrick Campbell to Charles Campbell, in Orange. Patrick and Elizabeth also
conveyed 212 acres to son Patrick, Jr. on the same date which shared a corner
with the tract of Charles. David Hay and Arthur Hamilton were witnesses.
(Deed Book 4, p. 233; Chalkley, v 3, p. 302). (9)

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General Notes for Child: Capt. Charles CAMPBELL
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Charles Campbell, son of Patrick, Sr. is the first white settler at the Salt
Lick, ( now Saltville, Va.) (9)

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General Notes for Child: John CAMPBELL
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29 Aug 1751 Page (184) Wm. Thompson, guardian of Joseph and John Campbell,
orphans of John Campbell, ordered to settle his accounts.page 74 [not this
one]

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE
ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. II.
page 39
Page (159) John Campbell, orphan of John Campbell, decd., settlement by
guardian in full.



Washington Co., VA Surveys
Page 209 - Sampson Cole...269 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on a branch of
the south fork of Holstein River...Beginning corner of Sampson Cole & John
Campbells land...on Jonathan Deans land...corner to Thomas Woolsey...November
28, 1782 - Sampson Cole, assignee of Joseph Cole, Jr., assignee of William
Ellis, assignee of Patrick McKinney...400 ac...on the waters of the south fork
of Holston...221 ac surveyed for Joseph Cole, Jr. on March 10, 1774, includes
improvements, actual settlement made in 1771...September 8, 1781

Page 212 - David Carson...400 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on a branch of
the Middle Fork of Holstein River and on the south side of said
fork...Beginning corner with Collin Crellys land...on Thomas Montgomerys
line...on Samuel Buchanans patent line...to Robert Buchanans land...March 29,
1783 - David Carson, assignee of John Campbell...400 ac...on a branch of the
Middle Fork waters, includes improvements, actual settlement made in
1772...August 24, 1781

1788
Page (612) Depositions to be taken of John Campbell and James Agnew, about to
remove.

Page 396.--18th August, 1767. John Campbell, Sr., and Elisabeth to Robert
Campbell, his son, 200 acres on Sinking Spring, a branch of Middle River of
Shanando, part of 400 acres patented to said John, 12th June, 1746, corner John
Campbell, Jr.; corner John Campbell. Delivered: Thomas Frame by your order,
25th January, 1773.

Page 59.--17th November, 1767. John Campbell and Elizabeth to John McCay, £100,
130 acres, part of 320 acres patented to John and James McCay and afterwards
conveyed by John McCay to John Campbell 19th August, 1766, on Mossey Creek,
Ralestone's line. Teste: James Stevenson. James Campbell, Elizabeth McKnight.
Delivered: Joseph Malcom, 14th November, 1772.

Page 85.--16th August, 1768. John Campbell ( ) and Ann ( ) (the name is also
written Mary, but signed Ann) to John Carlisle, £75, 202 acres on the Calf
Pasture, part of tract Jacob Clemons formerly lived on; corner William
Campbell; also 50 acres joining said land, the way the Big Creek runs, if
divided. Teste: J. Murray, William Hamilton, Robt. Brown

Page 313.--3d March, 1769. John Buchanan, gent., and Margret to John Campbell,
£340, 740 acres on a branch of the Indian or Holstone River, called the Middle
Fork, said tract being known by the name of the Royal Oak. Teste: James Crow,
John Mills, David Campbell, Arthur Campbell, John Howard, George Skillern.
Delivered: David Campbell, May, 1771.

Page 377.--17th April, 1769. Thomas Vance and Jenat ( ) to John Campbell, £35,
148 acres on North Branch of James; corner Mr. Thomas Vance's plantation.
Teste: James Cowan, John Alison, Charles Campbell, John Shields, Jr. Delivered:
Thos. Vance, 26th July, 1774.


Page 336.--25th May, 1771. John Campbell and Elizabeth to Thomas Frame, £130,
288 acres on Middle River of Shanandore on Walter's Run, Robert Campbell's
line. Teste: Robert and John Campbell, Andrew McClure. Delivered: Thomas Frame,
25th January, 1773. [p.512]

Page 434.--20th March, 1771. Thomas Frame and Jean to John Campbell, 296 acres
conveyed to him, 25th May, 1771; 220 acres in Beverley Manor conveyed to Thomas
by James Frame, 18th August, 1768, corner the Christians' land, land belonging
to one Lusk; one McCorkle's corner; John Glass's corner. Teste: William Young,
Andrew McClure, Chas. Campbell.

Page 437.--22d August, 1771. John Campbell and Elizabeth, 25th May, 1771, to
Thomas Frame. Privy examination returned 23d August, 1771. Delivered: Thomas
Frame, 25th January, 1773.



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Death Notes for Child: Patrick CAMPBELL Jr. (#2)
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aft 1777

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Research Notes for Child: Patrick CAMPBELL Jr. (#2)
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CAMPBELL, PATRICK POWELL, ANNE Date1774/11/03 Country/StateVA CountyAMHERST
Came off the Campbell Clan site, no proof or anything.



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Birth Notes for Child: Mary CAMPBELL
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Donegal (Swatara Creek), Dauphin (then, Lancaster), Pennsylvania


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General Notes for Child: William CAMPBELL
================================================================================

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE
ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT
RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. VI. page 85 Page (320) Administration of John Gilmore
was moved for by James Gilmore, eldest son, and also by Thomas Gilmore, the
younger son--granted to Thomas. Jacob Clements, witness to will of Wm.
Campbell, is dead. Jane Scott, aged 16, chose Danl. Smith guardian

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Birth Notes for Child: Martha CAMPBELL <Maybe Dau>
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Not on headrights

Last Modified: 13 Dec 2002

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Source Citations
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1. MARGARET CAMPBELL PILCHER, Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher, and
Kindred Families, (NASHVILLE, TENN., August 15, 1910), p. 14. (full book
available in text format)

2. Ibid, p. 17.

3. norfleet01@hotmail.com, The Origins of the Southwest Virginia Campbells
:Note and Letter by Governor David Campbell of Virginia,
(http://philnorf.tripod.com/origins.htm).

4. Ruby G. Campbell, Ph.D., FSA Scot, Genealogist and Librarian, An Ancient
Document Examined, (From The Genealogist’s Mailbag, Autumn 2001, Journal of
The Clan Campbell Society (North America): sent by Michelle Campbell
<guineveredulac@earthlink.net>) Rec. Date: 21 Aug 2002.

5. Kevincamp@aol.com, Campbell Question Part 3 - Seaver book: From the Campbell
Family History, By J. Montgomery Seaver American Historical-Genealogical
Society 2000 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA, (Tue, 27 Aug 2002). Cit. Date: 28 Aug 2002

6. MARGARET CAMPBELL PILCHER, Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher, and
Kindred Families, (NASHVILLE, TENN., August 15, 1910), p. 12.

7. Ibid, p. 16.

8. "Diarmid Campbell" <diarmid@diarmid.fsnet.co.uk, Duncan Campbell & Mary
McCoy Line,
(http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/CAMPBELL/2002-07/102595...). pages
available

9. Gen Com, Patrick Campbell.

10. compiled by Bessie P. Douglas, The Families of Joshua Williams of Chester
County, PA and John McKeehan of Cumberland County, PA with Some Allied
Families, (Augsbung Press, Minnesapolis, Minn 1928).

11. MARGARET CAMPBELL PILCHER, Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher,
and Kindred Families, (NASHVILLE, TENN., August 15, 1910).

12. By Charles J. Colcock, C.E.; later lines added by Mrs. T. D. Bateman
(Erroldine Hay), The Family of Hay A History of the Progenitors and Some
South Carolina Descendants of Col. Ann Hawkes Hay with Collateral
Genealogies A.D. 500 - 1908: Reprinted with Later Lines Added, (Privately
Printeed for the author by The Genealogical Association, New York, 1908;
Reprinted with Later Lines Added 1959 Pelican Publishing Company, New
Orleans- USA).

13. Lewis Collins, Maysville, KY. and J. A. & U. P. James, Historical Sketches
of Kentucky; Volume 1. The Presbyterian Church. Page 462, (Cincinnati,
1847.)

14. Michelle Campbell <guineveredulac@earthlink.net>, Re: Have read the two
articles, (01 Sep 2002). Cit. Date: 2 Sep 2002

15. Ruby G. Campbell, Ph.D., FSA Scot, Genealogist and Librarian, From The
Genealogist’s Mailbag, Spring 2001, Journal of The Clan Campbell Society
(North America) Duncan Campbell & Mary Mc Coy, revisite, (From The
Genealogist’s Mailbag, Spring 2001, Journal of The Clan Campbell Society
(North America)).

16. Gigi's family tree shop,
(http://gigisart.tripod.com/gigisfamilytreeshop/id8.html). Errors in the
data

17. History of Augusta County, VA, 1953:.

18. Virginia Genealogies and Biographies, 1500's-1900's: Virginia and
Virginians, Vol. I, Eminent Virginians, (Genealogy.com Oct 9 2002).

19. Leslie L. Campbell Lexington, Virginia 1954, The Campbell Clan of Virginia:
This book shows the accounts of the Campbell family who moved from Scotland,
to Virginia. This book contains about 1500 names: This book, The Campbell
Clan in Virginia, is based largely on the material in the book, Some
Campbell Records, published by Leslie Lyle Campbell, in 1942, (Edwards Bros.
Inc., Ann Arbor 1942. Lithographed in U.S.A. by Edwards Brothers, Inc. Ann
Arbor, Michigan). Repository: , Call Number:CS71.C195x. [book in text
form available in full on request]
FOREWORD
Sources Material
These records of the Campbell family have been compiled from the following
sources:
Egle's Pennsylvania Genealogies.
Some Campbell Records, book by Leslie Lyle Campbell, 1942
Manuscript notes on the Campbell Family collected by William Spencer
Campbell, Martha Bell Campbell, Leslie Lyle Campbell, Laura Winder Campbell,
and others.
Manuscript history of the Campbell Family by Duncan Campbell Lyle.
Historical sketches of the Campbell Family by Margaret Campbell Pilcher.
The Highlander, No. 2.
The Lyle Family, by Oscar K. Lyle.
Articles on the Campbell Family by R. A. Brock, published in THE STANDARD,
Richmond, Va.
History of the Campbell Family in Berkeley County, W. Va., and The Story of
the Old Stone House, by Kate Garrett Campbell.
Records from Aunt Harriet Lyle Henshaw's Bible.
The Paxton Family, by W. M Paxton.
Washington and Lee Historical Papers.
Annals of Augusta County, Va., by Joseph A. Waddell.
Branches from the Campbell Tree, by Katie V. Campbell.
Memorials of Old Virginia Clerks, by F. Johnston.
Newspaper clippings.
Letters from the far-flung Campbell Clan.

20. Horace Edward Henderson, The Scots of Virginia,
(http://www.electricscotland.com/books/scots_virginia.htm).

21. Scotch Irish Pioneers.

22. Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America.

23. Allison,
(http://uhp.future.easyspace.com/genealogy/franklin/d0002/g00...).

24. Copied and Contributed by Mss. Harry Boyes, The Pennsylvania Genealogical
Magazine, Vol. 1-39 1650-1900s. Volume XI Blunston's Licenses.

25. Phil Norfleet norfleet01@hotmail.com, Campbell,
(http://members.tripod.com/~philnorf/).

26. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement In Virginia Extracted From the
Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800.

27. by Waddell, Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, From 1726-1871, (2nd Ed.
Revised and Enlarged, Stauton VA C. Russell Caldwell Pub. 1902).

28. Headrights of Orange Co., Virginia,
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/orange/landgrants/or...).

29. APPENDIX A Importations.

30. New World Immigrants, Augusta County Early Settlers, p 134:.

31. Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, ([database online] Provo, UT:
Ancestry.com, 2002. Original data: The Virginia Genealogical Society,
Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly and Magazine of Virginia Genealogy).
Cit. Date: 28 Aug 2002. This exclusive dataset makes available the first 35
volumes of the Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, (VGSQ), the
quarterly publication of the Virginia Genealogical Society. From its
inception the Virginia Genealogical Society publication policy has
emphasized the presentation of manuscript records not readily available to
the research public. Researchers will find tombstone and Bible records,
military records, account books, tithable lists, unrecorded or lost wills
and other records from burned counties, marriage records, tax lists,
naturalizations, legislative petitions, order books, items showing
migrations, chancery suits, rental lists and church records among the many
records published in the past thirty-five years. Native Americans, African
Americans, Germans, Huguenots, Baptists, Quakers and other ethnic groups are
well represented. Material covers both the present state and the area that
was once Virginia but is now Kentucky and West Virginia as well as that
portion of Pennsylvania once called the District of West Augusta. The first
thirty-five volumes (1963-1997) are available here. Inquiries regarding
membership in the society or the availability of printed copies (volume
22-35 only) should be directed to the Virginia Genealogical Society, 5001
West Broad Street, Suite 115, Richmond, VA 23230 [ www.vgs.org]

32. Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia:
Extracted From The original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800,
(Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1989 reprint. Originally
published 1912: URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/), ORDER BOOK No.
XXIV. page 421.

33. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Volume I AUGUSTA
COUNTY COURT RECORDS.ORDER BOOK No. I. (cont.)

34. by J. Houston Harrison, A Contribution to The History and Genealogy of
Colonial Families of Rockingham County, Virginina: From Settlers by the Long
Grey Trail} Some Pioneers To old Augusta County, Virginia and Their
Descendants of the Family of Harrison and Allied Lines, (Joseph K. Ruebush
Company Publishers Dayton Virginia 1935).

35. Edmund Pendleton Tompkins, M. D. Late Librarian Rockbridge Historical
Society; Edited by Marshall William Fishwick, Ph. D. Washington Lee
University, Rockbridge County, Virginia and informal History, (1952 Whittet
& Shepepherson - Richmond, Virginia).

36. Watts Family.

37. by Rev Bailey Davis, The Deeds of Amherst County, Virginia 1761-1807 &
Albemarle County Virginia 1748-1763.

38. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Volume I AUGUSTA
COUNTY COURT RECORDS.ORDER BOOK No. I. (cont.), (346).

39. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement In Virginia Extracted From the
Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, AUGUSTA PARISH VESTRY
BOOK ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS p. 434. Cit. Date: 24 Aug 2002

40. Preston Papers, (Wisconsin Historical Society).

41. Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia:
Extracted From The original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800,
(Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1989 reprint. Originally
published 1912: URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/), RECORDS. ORDER
BOOK No. XXIV. page 440.

42. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement In Virginia Extracted From the
Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, AUGUSTA PARISH VESTRY
BOOK. ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS p. 444/176. Cit. Date: 24 Aug 2002

43. Ibid, 1757--Page 5.

44. Carol Vass <SVass@aol.com>, James McCutchen.

45. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement In Virginia Extracted From the
Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, AUGUSTA PARISH VESTRY
BOOK. ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS. page 455.

46. Ibid, FEE BOOKS OF AUGUSTA COURT. ADMINISTRATORS' BONDS. page 405/5 1769.

47. Anna Russell des Cognet, William Russell and His Descendants: William
Russell came from England to the Virginia colony in 1710: Tabitha Adams
Russell Campbell, (Lexington, KY: Privately published, 1884.) Repository:
, Call Number:R929.2 R961d.

48. Smyth County, Virginia
Statistics, (http://www.sbrl.org/smythcounty.htm).

49. Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia:
Extracted From The original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800,
(Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1989 reprint. Originally
published 1912: URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/), Circuit Court
Records Section "I" Judgments. page 88. Cit. Date: 27 Aug 2002

50. Washington County, VA Survey records abstracts 1781-1797 Part 3 of 5 (pages
201-300), (VA Gen Web Archives).

51. Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia:
Extracted From The original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800,
(Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1989 reprint. Originally
published 1912: URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/).

52. Ibid, Circuit Court Records, Section "I." Judgments. page 229 Lamie
(Lemmie) vs. Tate--O. S. 309; N. S. 110. Cit. Date: 27 Aug 2002

53. Ibid, Circuit Court Records, Section "I." Judgments. page 123 Roberts vs.
Campbell--O. S. 136; N. S. 47. Cit. Date: 27 Aug 2002

54. E M Cathey <eandm246@comcast.net>, Cathey, Webb, Dickey, Steelman Family
Tree, (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:20970...).


55. Ancestors of Amanda Kristen Loughlin.

56. Michelle Campbell <guineveredulac@earthlink.net>, Re: Have read the two
articles, (01 Sep 2002).

57. Kentucky Family Histories #1 1700-1800: Genealogies of Kentucky Families
Volume I, Christians of Virginia and Kentucky Pae 204, (Genealogy.com).
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