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II am searching any info on John H. Campbell born 1811 in Abingdon, Virginia(
Washington County) and died in 1854. His wife's name was Nancy. I don't
know her last name. They had eight children. Their names were Jane, Sarah
E., Robert F., John H.(twins), Mary E, James, Newton, Edward Milton. Edward
Milton Campbell married Mary Alice Botts. They had four children; one of whom
was my great grandfather and his name was James Newton Campbell. Both Edward
Milton Campbell and his son James Newton move to Sharpsburg Kentucky. I did
find John H. Campbell and his wife Nancy listed as buried in the Jameson Davis
Cemetary in Abingdon Virginia (with no info regarding dates or maiden name of
Nancy. I would appreciate any leads.
I received the following message that may help some of you, at the present
these are just names to me. Myron Denny
Subj: Scott Co., Ky
Date: 97-10-28 11:17:28 EST
From: mdenney(a)may-uky.campus.mci.net (Mary Denney)
Myron, Here are some things I found in the Scott County File at the Ky Hist.
Soc. in Frankfort....Lindsay Campbell md. Fanny Graham, May 5, 1806......
Thomas P. Campbell md. Eliza J. Glass, d/o Samuel Glass, Oct. 10, 1816.....
Daniel Campbell md. Anna Hobbs, 1805....John Campbell of Scott Co., applied
for pension in 1833, age 72. He was born in Washington Co., Md.....From
Court, Order Book A: Wm., Lindsey, Elizabeth, Jane, Sara, James and Molly,
orphans of John Campbell---grdians appointed Oct. 3, 1793, page 25....From
Will Book D, page 96, 1793, Will of John Campbell--orphans mentioned were
Jane, James, Sarah, Polly, William, and Lindsey. Administrator was A.
From List of Delinquent Land Owners, 1796--William Denny, 1 horse and 5
cattle-removed to Campbell Co....... I have a few other things I will send
you by snail mail. Mary
Sometimes I feel like I am a clearing house for information
and ya'all may get tired of hearing from me. BUT, I figure
that whatever helps me _might_ help someone else.
Leslie Bridges Kohler Shandybeast(a)starlink.com
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Looking for information on John Henry CAMPBELL b. 1818 possibly Mercer Co.,
PA. He was married to Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" COVERT b. 20 Mar 1822. They
were in Hickory Twp., Mercer Co., PA in the 1870 Census. His parents may
have been John CAMPBELL and Elizabeth GILASPIE.
Any information wil lbe appreciated.
Jim Wise jimwise(a)emwv.com
List maintainer for the WISE surname discussion group
put "subscribe" in the body of the letter
Either I am reading this information incorrectly - am I on a list
somewhere that automatically sends me other campbell mail - or you are
missing some of yours directly.
This is the second one that I am forwarding. On the first, I responded
directly to the sender, and listed you as cc. This one I'll try directly to
I'm guessing there's something amiss because my name is L Campbell, but my
e-mail doesn't carry that. Strange, or am I just missing something here.
Let me know if it's an error, and I will continue to forward your mail
(providing it works).
From: Leslie Bridges Kohler <shandybeast(a)starlink.com>
To: 'Clan Campbell' <Campbell-L(a)emcee.com>; Barbara A Parker
Date: Thursday, October 30, 1997 2:54 PM
Subject: REPLY/Re: campbell-d Digest V97 #95
>That is sent out via computer. And, since I am on the L-list not
>the digest, I've no way to know what you missed. I'd suggest that you
>contact the list owner.
> Leslie Bridges Kohler
>> From: Barbara A Parker <barbp(a)strato.net>
>> To: 'Clan Campbell' <Campbell-L(a)emcee.com>
>> Subject: Re: campbell-d Digest V97 #95
>> Date: Thursday, October 30, 1997 7:41 PM
>> I received a blank message from you re Campbell. Please try again.
I received the below message, but it's wasn't intended for me; I don't know
the references at all. It is supposed to be to
campbell-l(a)emcee.com I am lee.t(a)mci2000.com
The only connection is that I recently sent e-mail regarding my genealogy,
and my last name is Campbell. Hope you can redirect this to the right
person. I will also list them as a copy to on this one, see if it flys that
From: RussBruce(a)aol.com <RussBruce(a)aol.com>
To: campbell-l(a)emcee.com <campbell-l(a)emcee.com>
Date: Wednesday, October 29, 1997 5:35 AM
Subject: Re: LOWER CANADA (geographical) , UPPER US REGION, MN, WI,
>In a message dated 97-10-29 00:38:40 EST, you write:
><< Died August 13, 1808, near Mackinac, near Lake
> Heron >>
>I no longer live in Michigan but apparently he was a man of some note so
>help you might contact:
>Mackinac (pron: Mac-in-aw) State Park Historical Commission,
>Mackinac Island, Michigan
>Northern Michigan University
>History Department, John B Martin (he specializes in the Upper
>Marquette, Michigan 49855
>Mackinaw City Historical Society
>Mackinaw City, Michigan 49701
>Oh, by the way, it is Lake Huron.... not Heron...
That is sent out via computer. And, since I am on the L-list not
the digest, I've no way to know what you missed. I'd suggest that you
contact the list owner.
Leslie Bridges Kohler
> From: Barbara A Parker <barbp(a)strato.net>
> To: 'Clan Campbell' <Campbell-L(a)emcee.com>
> Subject: Re: campbell-d Digest V97 #95
> Date: Thursday, October 30, 1997 7:41 PM
> I received a blank message from you re Campbell. Please try again.
I've been searching everywhere for info on the Antoine Joseph Campbell
ancestry for the last month or so -- ever since I found I was related when I
stopped in Montevideo last September looking for my Shore roots!
I have some that is factual, some that is questionable, and some that is
in error. Scott Campbell, born at Prairie du Chien (c. 1798 by the census),
was the father of A. J. I didn't know the name of the mother, Ninse -- where
did you find this? And Colin was the father of Scott, but that is as far
back as I could go.
I'll be more than happy to send you what I have, although it goes from
A.J.'s daughter, Cecelia Margaret, who became a Charron, to my father, a
I'm researching the Dakota Conflict of 1862 right now for info on A.J.,
Baptiste, and Hypolite Campbell and their part in the Conflict.
Thanks for the ray of light,
Doug Shore E-Mail straphprod(a)aol.com
Does anyone know of Campbells Mountain in Nova Scotia, Canada? I would
be very grateful for any information because I know nothing about it and
I have several Campbell relatives in the 1800's that were born there.
Russ asks: It is my understanding that if I were in the UK I could only
fly the flag of
Saint Andrews, white and light blue. That only on Royal occasions can the
yellow flag be flown.
First of all, is this true?
The red lion on the yellow background properly belongs to the Queen whereas
the white saltire on blue can be flown by anyone. The convention has been
abused for some time (as have most conventions in this century).
All the best,
My ggrandfather, James Young Campbell, according to censuses was born in New
Jersey. Birth date- Oct. 19, 1819. Married Mary Snyder Dec.13, 1846 in
Wells Co., IN. Then to LaPorte IN, Spring Valley, MN, and Summit, SD where
he died June 13, 1890.
Am trying to find parents, brothers, and sisters. Any information would be
Barbara Sample Schuler bss(a)add-inc.com
110 Never Mind Ct.
Waupaca, WI 54981
In a message dated 97-10-29 00:38:40 EST, you write:
<< Died August 13, 1808, near Mackinac, near Lake
I no longer live in Michigan but apparently he was a man of some note so for
help you might contact:
Mackinac (pron: Mac-in-aw) State Park Historical Commission,
Mackinac Island, Michigan
Northern Michigan University
History Department, John B Martin (he specializes in the Upper Pennensula)
Marquette, Michigan 49855
Mackinaw City Historical Society
Mackinaw City, Michigan 49701
Oh, by the way, it is Lake Huron.... not Heron...
I know this is not a genealogy question but I need some information:
I fly what I have always heard called the "Royal Flag of Scotland"... red on
yellow with a red lion rampart... I am in the USA.
It is my understanding that if I were in the UK I could only fly the flag of
Saint Andrews, white and light blue. That only on Royal occasions can the
yellow flag be flown.
First of all, is this true? Second, I have a friend who has Welch ancestry
who states that the "Royal" flag is also the flag of Wales. Is this true?
Also, can anyone tell me the history of the two Scottish flags? When they
were first flown, etc. Am I using the proper terminology for the two flags;
"Royal" "St. Andrews"?
On Tue, 28 Oct 1997 18:35:56, -0500 DRJG90B(a)prodigy.com ( BOBBIE M HALL)
>... Bobbie Hall
>(one 'o the few female, American members 'o the Tartan Army :)
Bobbie, what is the Tartan Army?
signed James Green III