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Kirk Belanger wrote:
> > > > Do any of these Campbells ring a bell?
> > > > Cyrus Campbell b.10/28/1788 Scotland, d. 1845, IL
> > > > m Hannah Wiley 1812 North Carolina, d. 1874, IL
> > I don't know, but I've got a few Campbells who play the saxophone.
> > out there play the drums?
> The only Campbells we know played the horses, does that count ?
Ask my father, he played the fool...
> > > Do any of these Campbells ring a bell?
> > > Cyrus Campbell b.10/28/1788 Scotland, d. 1845, IL
> > > m Hannah Wiley 1812 North Carolina, d. 1874, IL
> I don't know, but I've got a few Campbells who play the saxophone.
> out there play the drums?
The only Campbells we know played the horses, does that count ?
> > Do any of these Campbells ring a bell?
> > Cyrus Campbell b.10/28/1788 Scotland, d. 1845, IL
> > m Hannah Wiley 1812 North Carolina, d. 1874, IL
I don't know, but I've got a few Campbells who play the saxophone. Anyone
out there play the drums?
Roger L. Campbell wrote:
> Do any of these Campbells ring a bell?
> Cyrus Campbell b.10/28/1788 Scotland, d. 1845, IL
> m Hannah Wiley 1812 North Carolina, d. 1874, IL
> Children: Isaac W. Campbell b. 1813, NC d. 1879, IL
> m. Elizabeth A. Crain, 1836, Illinois
> James Monroe Campbell, b. 1817 Tennessee d. 1871 IL
> m. Louvina Sowell Spiller, Wmson Cty, Illinois
> Margaret Paradine Campbell b. 1823, TN, d.1855, IL
> m. Matthew Ryburn Tippy c. 1878, IL
> Emily E. Campbell b. 1826, IL d.1902 IL
> m Wiley Pope, b. 1811
> Oliver Gaines Campbell, b. 1831, IL. d. 1912, IL
> m. Sidney Selina Stewart, b. 1830, IL, d. 1895, IL
> Marion Curtis Campbell, b. 1834, IL d.1902, MS
> m(1) Hannah F. Cunningham b. 1839, IL
> m(2) Cyrene H. Cunningham b. 1866, IL
> Clementine Cinderella Campbell b. 1836 IL, d. 1913 IL
> m(1) William Glenn Eubanks, m.1855, IL
> m(2) Levi Stilley, IL m. 1860
> m(3) William L. Stilley, IL m.1877
> Grandchildren: Cyrus Edgar Campbell b.1861, IL
> m. Sarah Delaney Lee, Marion IL
> Theodore Campbell, b. IL
> Alonzo Campbell, b.IL
> James Campbell, b. IL
> Cyrus, the Immigrant, came thru Philadelphia 1798; thence to Cabarrus
> NC ,1804,
> thence to Davidson circa 1820, TN, thence to Williamson County, IL
> circa 1830.
> I HOPE THIS RINGS A BELL WITH SOMEONE. Help, Help!
> Roger L. Campbell
I want to commend Roger on his post. It ought to suit everyone
concerned, as it is easy to find the names he is researching. Maybe
it's something we all should consider doing, since we'll never agree on
whether postings should be long or short.
Hi, it's been awhile since I have posted the family I'm researching:
John Campbell (1779-1835) m. 1800 Isabel Orr (1880-1855); they lived in
Fannettsburg, PA from 1790's to 1853. Children were:
John Campbell (1803-?)
James Campbell (1805-1877) m 1829 Eliza McCullough; moved to Hancock Cty
Margaret Campbell (1808-?) m. Thomas Campbell (a cousin); moved to
Hancock Cty IL
Alexander Campbell (1810-?)
Mary Ann Campbell (1812-1885) m.Malachi Richardson; lived in Hancock Cty
Isabel Campbell (1817-1898) m.1835 James Marshall (1800-1869)
Do any of these people sound familiar? Searching for names of parents of
John Campbell and Isabel Orr and where they were born.
Gail C. Barham
looking for information on the CAMPBELL'S of Blackhill, near Consett, co.
Durham in england. two names are James Campbell, married in 1892 and his
father is also listed on the certificate as James Campbell of Blackhill.
> Secondly there were many early Scots migrations into Ireland.
> The Irish Earls imported them as mercenaries. Some came with
> Edward the Bruce on his invasion in 1314 (I think) and an unknown
> number stayed. These fellas tended to meld into the Irish population.
And then there were also the ones like my ancestor who -retreated- from
Scotland in 1689 to Ireland after their defeat at Bothwell Bridge (???) or
so the story goes in family oral and written history of 1904.
Researching CAMPBELL, MCMICHAEL, MCCAMPBELL, MCREYNOLDS, MCGAFFEY/MCAFFIE,
MOORE, MORRIS, & a passle sight more.
Hi, surnames in Ulster are very difficult to categorically identify
as Scottish or English in many cases. There are several reasons for
this. One is that the Ulster Irish settled western Scotland (the
Dalraidians), and continued to settle it into historical times.
So that many Scottish clans originate with the O'Neills. For
myself, I am descended from them at least 3 ways on the Scottish
side of the family (all of these being "oral" traditions since
there are no BMD's for 600 AD). So there were the same names in
Irish (Gaelic) and they got anglicized to the same English names,
in many cases. Many of the folk in Antrim who think they are Scots
are Irish -- and vise versa. Esp. North Antrim which received a
lot of Scots immigrants before the plantation. The McDonnells invaded,
bringing a lot of highlanders along -- their surnames were all
Gaelic and similar (if not the same name) to the indiginous Irish.
My mother's Blacks, from Ahoghill, I am told have been proven to
be Lamonts who came with the MacDonnells, by someone in Scotland.
learning this made me happy since we had oral history which appeared
to originate before the Earls left (and the plantation began),
and then I knew it was true.
Secondly there were many early Scots migrations into Ireland.
The Irish Earls imported them as mercenaries. Some came with
Edward the Bruce on his invasion in 1314 (I think) and an unknown
number stayed. These fellas tended to meld into the Irish population.
A few major Irish clans are galloglass (Scots mercenary) in origin:
the MacSweeneys for one. These Scots tended to stay Catholic
during the Reformation. Of course so did some of the Scottish
lords, like some of the Hamiltons.
There is a known Campbell galloglass soldier who was a descendent
of the Galloway MacCampbells, most of whom otherwise settled in
Co. Down. The galloglas Mac Ailin clan came to Tirconnell in the
15th century -- you find them Anglicized to MacCallion too.
Some Tyrone Campbells are actually from a Tyrone sept named
Mac Cathmhaoil, which has been anglicized many ways, including
MacCawell. Most of the Ulster ones were still Clan Campbell.
This info is from Bell "The Surnames of Ulster".
My brother in law is an Irish Campbell. According to his father,
they have "always been" Irish and Catholic, but "always" means
2 generations back. That's about as far as you can bet on anything.
So these Irish Campbells do interest me.
Beyond these generalities, I do not think anyone has really
sorted them all out. If you find any research that has, please
let me know!
I am Digging for my maternal grandparents, John C B CAMPBELL born abt 1874
in AL? died abt 1919-20 in Escambia Co. FL. married 02 Sept 1901 Santa Rosa
Co. Fl. Josephine (Josie) CREACH, b. Oct 1881 d. 1973, Children Leonb.
1903,Inez b.Jan 18 1905 d. Dec 23 1968,John Thomas (Dick) b.Apr 14 1908
d.Mar 1984,Rosby (Slim or Boose)b. Jun 4 1914 d. Jun 1986, Bertice b.1916?
d.195?, Dossie Leon b. Mar 8 1918 d. Oct 1980. Any help greatly appreciated.
McCully in Cut-N-Shoot Tx
I am curious about an apparent difference in religious affiliation of
Campbells arriving in Canada from Ireland, compared with those from Scotland.
The 1871 census for the province of Ontario is searchable on line. It shows
that of 299 Campbells born in Ireland, 76 (25%) belonged to the Church of
England, and 44 (15%) were Roman Catholic. This compares with 9/922 (1%) and
31/922 (3%) respectively for Campbells born in Scotland. Campbells in
Scotland are usually described in history books as a whig/protestant clan. I
wondered if this apparent Scottish-Irish difference reflects the time at
which the Irish Campbells emigrated from Scotland or whether it is a
consequence of conversion to either the established church (Church of
Ireland/England) or the church of the native Irish (RC).
Beyond idle curiosity, it has some consequences for genealogy research, as
church records are extremely important, particularly in following Irish
Descendants of Robert Campbell
1 Robert Campbell b: Mason Co., KY
2 Benjamin Franklin Campbell b: 1810 d: December 25, 1872
+Elizabeth G. Hamilton
3 Amanda "Martha" L. Campbell b: March 10, 1848
Maysville, Mason Co., KY d: May 15, 1939 Cairo, Alexander Co., IL
+Thomas Howard Boyd b: May 01, 1838 Ashley, IL
m: March 06, 1867 d: November 1904
Father: William Boyd Mother: Elizabeth Morgan
4 Claude Walker Boyd b: January 24, 1872
d: January 18, 1951 Mound City, Pulaski Co., IL
+Nina Pearl Watson b: October 27, 1877 Ballard Co., KY
m: November 10, 1897 Mounds City, Pulaski Co., IL
d: April 20, 1963 Pulaski Co., IL
Father: Washington Boyd Watson Mother: Katherine Dearstine
4 John T. Boyd b: December 03, 1880 d: July 10, 1956 Cairo,
Alexander Co., IL
+Pearl Florence Gall b: September 08, 1886
m: September 14, 1908 d: February 02, 1962
Father: Jacob Wilbur Cook Gall Mother: Edith Mapes
4 Martha Boyd
+Mark H. Hovey m: May 18, 1904 Lindale, TX
4 William Franklin Boyd
Looking for connections and information to this line.
Francine Conn Halter
I'm looking for information on James I. Campbell, born 1-20-1829 in Columbia
County, Pennsylvania; married to Catharine Savage, born 8-9-1826; children
were James Savage Campbell (married Sarah Mazie Campbell Patton), Mary
Campbell Eipper, and William Campbell. Anyone working on that line?
Robert CAMPBELL, b. ca. 1809, (Unknown place), SCT, married 9 Mar 1833,
Kilbarchan Parish, Cartside, Johnstone Dist., Renfrewshire, SCT, Jennett F.
MILLAR/MILLER, b. ca. 1814. Had family and emigrated to Brantford Twsp.,
Brant Co., ON, CAN ca. 1834-37 > Middleton Twsp., Norfolk Co., ON, CAN ca.
1850. Some of the family went to Wayne Co., MI late 1800s.
Anyone working on this line? Any connection?
Ralph Clouse, Sacramento
i am interested in james campbell married in 1892 to rose ann mcgarrity in
blackhill at st mary's church (catholic). his father was listed as james
campbell of blackhill too. he then emigrated to philadelphia around 1900 with
his wife and new son born 1893, john campbell, my father..
I just found out that the George William Campbell that I was looking for
was really GEORGE WASHINGTON CAMPBELL. He lived in Madison County Alabama
and was married to Sarah Ann Elmore who they called SALLY. George was born
apprx 1857. He died in 1881.
His kids were Robert Ellie/Lee, Alice Lou, and William Eldridge.
I am really hoping that someone can help me know. Email me with any
Thanks Kyle CLonts
I need help in locating information about Jacob Campbell, Jr. His birth date
is unknown. I found his marriage record, in the Fairfield County Library in
Lancaster, Ohio. The date of the marriage was November 28, 1860 "Jacob Jr.
Camel to Elizabeth M. Fosnaugh" It was in the 1805-1865 Marriage Records both
M-f and F to M. Note the spelling Camel ilo Campbell.
They were the parents of John Wesley Campbell (b-Oct 10, 1869 OH - d-Jan 6,
1918 in Amanda(Fairfield County) OH). He later married a second wife Anna(?)
(1869-1919) and they had a daughter Mae(1908-1930). John Wesley, his wife
Anna and Mae are buried in the Amanda Cemetery in Fairfield County, OH (near
John Wesley Campbell and his first wife Mary Martha (Hedges) Campbell were the
parents of three children: Forest Grover Campbell (My husband's father)
(b_May 19,1885, d-May 14, 1949); Edgar Campbell (1890-1957) and Stella
(Campbell) Waits (1883-1971).
I would really appreciate help since I have been unable to trace them any
Thank you, BMaxCam(a)aol.com
Need help is locating information about Jacob Campbell Jr. Birth date unknown
but I found his marriage record, both in the M to F and F to M books (dated
1805-1865) in the Fairfield County Library in Lancaster OH. Incidentally the
last name was spelled Camel. The date of the marriage was November 28, 1860
"Jacob Jr. Camel to Elizabeth M. Fosnaugh".
They were the parents of John Wesley Campbell (b-October 10, 1869 in OH.) (d-
Jan. 6, 1918 in Amanda, OH). John Wesley married Mary Martha Hedges (b-Jan. 6,
1918 in OH). He later married His second wife Anna (?) (1869-1919) and they
had a daughter Mae (1908-1930). John Wesley, Anna, and Mae are buried in the
Amanda OH. Cemetery in Fairfield County, OH.( Near Lancaster OH)
John Wesley Campbell, and Mary Martha (Hedges) Campbell were the parents of
three children: Forest Grover Campbell (May 19, 1885-May 14-1949), Edgar
Campbell (1890-1957) and Stella Campbell Waits(1883-1971).
I would really appreciate help since I have been unable to trace them any
further back. Thank you, BMaxCam(a)aol.com.
I have been in touch with my cosins, who have been searching kin a long
Here's what they found:
James(1) Campbell was born in Ireland, and Died in Pa.. He married
they had a son (maybe more?) James Alex(2) Campbell
James Alex(2)Campbell b. July 9, 1858 in Phila. d. March 29, 1923
m.Feb. 4, 1883 Phila. to Sarah A. Hughes, daugher of Arthur Hughes and
More about James Alex Campbell:
1: 1900, Occupation - coal/ics dealer
2: 1900, Lived at 1531 American St. Phila.
3: Parents born in Ireland
4: 1923, Buried at Holy Seplechre Cemetery (F/2?46)
More about Sarah A. Hughes:
1: Parents born in Ireland
2: 1880, Worked in wool mill
Their Children are:
1: Joseph A.(3) Campbell, b. March 20, 1889, Phila.,Pa. d. Feb.13, 1951,
2: John Campbell, b. Phila., d. Phila., m. Mary Kennedy, Phila.
3: Emma Campbell, b. Aug. 1883.
4: James A. Campbell, b. July 1886, Plila., d. dec. 18, 1962, Phil. m.
Frances Westenburger, Phila.
More about James:
1: 1962, Buried at Holy Redeemer Cemetary
5: Rose A. Campbell, b. August 1892, Phila. d. March 12, 1971, Phila.
m. Joseph J. Loeb, Phila.
6. Arthur J. Campbell, b. Jan. 31, 1896 Phila., d. Feb. 4,1934, Phila.
7. William Campbell, b. Aug. 1899.
8. Mary Campbell, b.July 15, 1906, Phila., d. Apr. 10 1968, Phila.
Joseph A.(3) Campbell b 3-20-1889 d. 2-13-1951 in Phila. m. Madeline
Storz Abt. 1913 in Phila. , daughter of Andrew Storz and Rose Engel
Children: all born in Phila. Pa.
1: Dorothy b. july 30, 1927 m. Francis A. Bergmaier July 19, 1947 in
2: Joseph b. June 1914 d. Dec. 1993 Phila. m. Elizabeth Richter in
3: John (4) b. Apr. 9 ,1921 d. May 21, 1990 , NJ
m. Elizabeth Kampeier Oct. 31, 1948
4: William b. Apr. 2, 1924, d. Bensalem, Pa. m. Katherine Oechslin in
5: Robert, b. May 1933 m. Rosemary O'Connor in Phila.
6: Gloria b. Feb. 14, 1937 m. James Cloverdale in Phila.
7. James b. 1917 d.1920 ?
8 Edward b. 1919 d. 1920?
John (4) Campbell and Elizabeth Kampmeier's Children
1: John b.9-19-49 m. Regena Riley, NJ
2: Richard (5) b. 9-27-51 m. 12-1-1973 Deborah Stalford , Pa., Child
Sandra Lynn (6) b. 6-19-1976 m. Brian Sulecki Children
Brian And Elizabeth
m. Colleen Sue Los Aug. 9, 1980 Mich. Children
Joshua Richard b. 8-31-81
Benjamin Calvin b. 5-11-83
Laura Sue b. 8-25-85
Kimberly Joy b. 3-30-88
3: Jo-ann b. 8-2-53 m. James Trumphio NJ 1979
4. Edward Joseph b.9-?- 54
5. Robert Michael b. 2- ? 56
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Looking for information on Sgt. Robert Campbell who served with Butler's
Ranger's at Niagara and his family:
Robert Campbell b. abt 1756 d. prior to 1831 m. Mary Smith b. 1765
d. 1825 buried at Snyders Methodist Cem. Ontario., a daughter of
Frederick Smith who also served with Butler's Rangers.
Most of Robert's children went to Chinguacousy Twp. Ontario. They are:
James Campbell b. 2 July 1784, Grimsby, On. m. Margaret Snyder
Deborah Campbell m. Daniel Reilly or O'Reilly
Margaret Campbell b. abt 1785 d. 1845 m. Joel Smith d.1845 both buried
at St. Jude's Cem. Oakville, On.
Mary Campbell b.1789 d.1842 m. Peter McCollum b. 1784 d. 1846 Mary
buried at St. Judes Cem., Peter at Snyder's Cem., On.
Martha Campbell b. abt 1793 d. 1857 m. Wm. McKay (McCoy, McKoy) both
buried at St.Judes Cem., Oakville, On.
Peter Smith Campbell b. abt 1791 d. 1863 died at Owen Sound m. Sarah Van
Alexander Campbell b. 1794 d. 1876 m. Rachael McCollum b. 1799 d.1887
buried at Greenwood Cem. Georgetown, On.
Francis Campbell b. 1798 d. 1883 m. Katherine Deacon b. 1808, Francis
buried at Brampton, On.
John Campbell m. Margaret Clendenning (Clendenan)
Robert Campbell m. Elizabeth Rowe
Henry Campbell m. Mary Van Wyck
Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Searching for relatives of the children of James (Harry) Harrison Campbell
b1840 d. 1873 Bedford Co., Tn. m 1 Martha Ann Parsons b. 1840 died 1873.
Also searching for parents of James (Harry) Campbell.
Their children were :
2 Ina Martha Campbell b. 1867 m. William Moulder
2 Mary Emma Campbell b. 1861 m. James Robert Martin b 1850 son E.W. Martin
2 Allie Campbell b 1870
2 James H. Campbell (d. age of 10)
2 William M. Campbell b.1869 married Katie Bell Alexander (b lived in
2 Jacob Walter Campbell b.1863 d.1904 m/ Jennie Vernetta Calhoun. Both
buried in Willow Mt. Cemetery in Shelbyville, Tn. ( 1. James Harry and
Martha Ann also buried in Willow Mt.)
Please check your line and if we have any crossings send me an E'Mail. I'll
gladly share anything that I have with you friends. Any clue will help
Thanks ,Jean Beard
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