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William Henry CAMPBELL born c 1815 in Devonshire, England married in
Victoria, Australia in 1844 to Sarah Jane GRYLLS (or GRAYLIS?), born c 1822
in Devonshire. They had 5 children all born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Mary Augusta 1845
Stodhart William Graylis 1847
Sarah Annie 1850 born and died.
Ann Elizabeth 1851
Adelaide Francis 1855
As far as I know, these are not my family but I thought I'd pass
them on to the list. I am looking for a James Campbell in Stoneham, Devon, a
sailor, as detailed in the previous message.
Valerie Anderson andyvt(a)netlink.com.au
James CAMPBELL,a sailor,and Mary Anne CONROY(?) had a daughter Mary
Anne Lavinia Campbell about 1832 in Gosport, Hampshire or Stoneham, Devon,
England. Possibly the family lived in both places.
She migrated to Victoria, Australia pre 1856 and married Robert
Edgar ANDERSON in Donnybrook, Victoria 1856 before moving to Moama,N.S.W.
I am seeking any information or relatives.
Valerie Anderson or 14 Greenglade crt.
andyvt(a)netlink.com.au Blackburn North
Does anyone have a book or no of where I might find a book of cemeteries in
Madison County Alabama and Jackson County Alabama. I am looking for a
cemetery listing of George Wiliam Campbell born circa 1856 and died around
jul 9, 1881.
Thanks Kyle Clonts
From the 1870 Dresden,TN (Weakley County) Census, David Alexander Campbell
(age 35) and Polly Ann (Hogle) age26 had two Children, Lilli Lee (age 8) and
James Dow 10/12 (Months). Charles David Langum Campbell should have been
with the family at that time, but was not listed on the census. I have been
unable to locate marriage records or census records other than the 1870
record. I have been told that D.A. Campbell died in 1878 in Tennessee, but
have not been able to confirm this. Polly Ann died in 1919, I believe. I
am having much trouble getting data on this line of my family and would
appreciate any help anyone can provide.
Philip Campbell wrote:
> Hi, I just found your page on the net re:that you are researching the
> Surname Campbell.
> My line begins in Oklahoma does your cross there anywhere? I'm looking
> for Hugh Walter Campbell,Herbert Wilburn Campbell,Ione May Whitenack
> Campbell,Raymond Campbell.
> If these names cross in your search I'd appreciate any info.
> Wishing you success in your search.
> Philip N. Campbell
Hi Phillip, I am one of several hundred looking for a Campbell
relative. My relatives are from NY, so I doubt we are connected. I
correspond with a Campbell group. You can subscribe to them or send
them a note. I will forward this note to them at campbell-l(a)emcee.com
1. Would like any info on Great Grandparents
�a. My gg-father J. G. Campbell, b Jan 21, 1859, d 1938, both in Perry
County, KY. Was Perry County
Judge 1910-1914.� Name was "Garret" (phonetic, not sure of spelling).
Spelling of name, any brothers and
sisters needed. Know his ancestors were among original settlers in
�b. wife Sally Napier b Dec 17, 1864, d 23Aug 1887. Any info on lineage
�c. Father of JG Campbell, John "Blackbeard" Campbell, b about 1834, d
1903. Fought in Civil War
for north. Many "John" Campbells with various middle names of same era
in Kentucky, so not sure of
"Blackbeard's" ancestors. Any info appreciated.
�d. My gg-father on other side James "Black Jim" Campbell, b May 5,
1843, Jan 11, 1925. Would like
to know parents, sibiling, list of children besides my grandmother
�e. James' wife Rebecca Campbell, b Dec 25, 1848, d Sept 3, 1918.
All lived in or near "Campbell's Bend" (Perry County) one of areas
originally settled by Campbells in
Kentucky,� and a, b, d, e probably born there. JG may have been brother
to James, as JG's son Edd and
James' daughter Susie� (my grandparents) were 1st cousins. Yep, that's
Try some of these sites and follow
links from there.
The Chief's full heraldic
Achievement includes, as Crest on
his helmet, "a Boar's Head,
erased" or torn from its
shoulders. This Boar's Head, on
the wreath of twisted threads that
bound the 'Mantling' or cloth
protection to the back of the
helmet against the sun, may be
worn by Clansmen and Followers of
MacCailein Mor within a buckled
strap on which is displayed the
Chief's Motto "Ne Obliviscaris".
Baile Ionaraora (The Campbells
"The Campbells are Coming!"
also known under a variety of
in the Gaelic, "Baile Inneraora",
"The Town of Inveraray.
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Member of North East Iowa
Member of Heartland Genealogy
Personal Home Page Index
Hi there everyone,
Hope your Christmas went well.
I also have another surname listings for Campbeltown which includes the
folowing; Mc.MILLAN, Mc.LEAN, BRODIE, HUIE, MORRISON, BLAIR, Mc.ARTHUR,
Mc.DOUGAL, HAWTHORNE and of course, the CAMPBELLS.
CAMPBELL AGNES TAYLOR 4.12.1899 CAMPBELTOWN
CAMPBELL NEIL 18.6.1859 "
CAMPBELL JOHN c 1829 "
CAMPBELL CHRISTANA (nee. McTAGGART)18.9.1829 "
CAMPBELL JOHN 1.10.1851 "
CAMPBEL MARY (c) 1854 "
CAMPBELL CHRISTINA 19.8.1856 "
CAMPBELL WILLIAM (c) 1858 "
CAMPBELL MARGARET 27.5.1861 "
CAMPBELL CATHERINE 25.8.1863 "
CAMPBELL AGNES 16.12.1865 "
CAMPBELL FLORA 24.1.1868 "
CAMPBELL CHARLES 8.7.1870 "
CAMPBELL DANIEL 9.7.1874 "
Does anyone know of how to contact someone on the Isle of Coll in the Inner
Hebrides. I believe that there is a group of people who are linked to the
Internet, but I have been unable to find them.
Go to one of the Clan Campbell websites:
There's a drawing of the crest at the bottom. If you follow the links,
eventually you'll find another drawing of the crest, one in which the
rendering is slightly different (but the crest is exactly the same).
> From: Carols199 <Carols199(a)aol.com>
> To: Campbell-L(a)emcee.com
> Subject: Re: Boar's Head PICT
> Date: Monday, December 29, 1997 3:36 AM
> Hello....If anyone has an answer for Len, would you please post it to the
> as I've been looking for the same thing...........Thanks, Carol *8)
> > I'm looking for a picture of the Clan Campbell Crest with the Boar's
> > Head and the Slogan underneath.
> > If anyone knows where I could download it or find it, please email to
> > me.
> > Regards,
> > --
> > Len
Upps...Left off Jennie Downing b 1877 wife of Frank Crawford and their 3 children:
Charlie, Hazzie, and Ethell
Paula Barker wrote:
> I finally got to a library where I could get some census information (Runnels
> County 1900) on my Texas Campbells and found they were from Kentucky. Here is
> what the Census showed:
> Jesse Downing b. Sept. 1848 in Texas
> +Mary Campbell b. Dec 1854i n Texas (daughter of Unknown Campbell b. in KY
> and Unknown mother b. in Florida)
> 1. William (son) b. May 1879 in Texas
> 2. Edyor (son...can't read...odd name) b. Jan 1881 in Texas
> 3. Dorgan (son called Darg) b. 1883 in Texas
> 4. Ella (dau.) b. Mar 1885 in Texas
> 5. Jacob (son) b. Mar 1887 in Texas
> 6. Mary (dau.) b. June 1890 in Texas
> 7. Myrtle (dau.) b. June 1893 in Texas
> Crawford, Frank (son-in-law) b. July 1873 in Texas family from Arkansas
> Any help with these Campbells???
I finally got to a library where I could get some census information (Runnels
County 1900) on my Texas Campbells and found they were from Kentucky. Here is
what the Census showed:
Jesse Downing b. Sept. 1848 in Texas
+Mary Campbell b. Dec 1854i n Texas (daughter of Unknown Campbell b. in KY
and Unknown mother b. in Florida)
1. William (son) b. May 1879 in Texas
2. Edyor (son...can't read...odd name) b. Jan 1881 in Texas
3. Dorgan (son called Darg) b. 1883 in Texas
4. Ella (dau.) b. Mar 1885 in Texas
5. Jacob (son) b. Mar 1887 in Texas
6. Mary (dau.) b. June 1890 in Texas
7. Myrtle (dau.) b. June 1893 in Texas
Crawford, Frank (son-in-law) b. July 1873 in Texas family from Arkansas
Any help with these Campbells???
Hello....If anyone has an answer for Len, would you please post it to the list
as I've been looking for the same thing...........Thanks, Carol *8)
> I'm looking for a picture of the Clan Campbell Crest with the Boar's
> Head and the Slogan underneath.
> If anyone knows where I could download it or find it, please email to
Hello Campbell Cousins,
Awhile back I recieved a midi of the Campbell's song. I had my email crash
and I hadnt saved it to my hard drive. I would like to know who made the
midi so I can request the midi from them and ask their permission to put the
on my webpage of my Campbell information.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone is researching this line.
1. William Campbell b. ca 1755 d. abt 10 Apr 1806 ( of Scottish decent)
+ Hannah (nln) b? d. abt 17 Aug 1826 Fannett Twp., Franklin Co., PA
2a. William Campbell (executer of will) living in Fannett Township
2b. John Campbell
2c. Mark Campbell (executer of will)
2d. Andrew Campbell living in Huntingdon Co., PA
2e. James Campbell living in Huntingdon Co, PA
b. 5 Jul 1772
d. 16 May 1843 (5)
m. 8 May 1798 Nancy Ann McFeaters
2f. Catherine Campbell m. Mr. Fleming
2g. Elizabeth Campbell
2H. Hannah Campbell (MY LINE)
b. 12 Feb 1780 Fannet Twp., Cumberland Co, PA
d. 7 Jan 1855 Indiana Co, PA
m. 9 Nov 1802 Path Valley Presbyterian Church John McFeaters
Does anyone have any info? It will be greatly appreciated by MANY people
who used the book I got this info out of, which was ERRATA AND ADDENDA TO
UPON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS. Has anyone used this book?
Surnames: GREDLER, BRUNK, ROGERS, PROPER, SHEPARD, MCFEATERS, MCCACHREN,
WILLIAMS, RODGERS, you name it, we got it!
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
This is an update of my search :
Benjamin Campbell the son of John Campbell and Mary Liston was born
August 12, 1852 in Somerset County Pennsylvania his parents soon after
moved to Maquoketa, Ia where he grew to manhood. He was married to Miss
Hannah Manweiler(or Manwiller) of Maquoketa May 29, 1879. They moved to
Knox County, NE in 1884-5 and lived in the Addison neighborhood until
1904-5, and then moved to Cedar county, making their home in Hartington.
Benjamin died May 31, 1917 in Sioux City, Ia and was buried in
Bloomfield, NE he leaves his family William F. of Ulen, MN; Mattie B.
Morris of SD; Arthur B. and Wilmer both of Hartington, NE; besides his
family he leaves two brothers J. N. Campbell of Humboldt, IA and R. E.
Campbell of Maquoketa, IA
Willing to share any and all information on this family, let me know.