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Just starting my family tree and am looking for some information about my
great grandparents. Ora A. Campbell died June 27, 1974 and his wife,
Grizella Van Zant died May 16, 1969. They were living in Eaton, OH at the
time of their deaths.
Their children were Carrie Ruth Campbell born 1903
Guy Orville Campbell born 1904 (my grandfather)
Annis Louise Campbell born 1907
Charlotte Molly Campbell born 1909
Marjorie Leonette born 1911
David Alexander Campbell born 1918
Amy Norma Campbell born 1918
Catherine Alnora born 1920
Mable Jane Campbell born 1924
Thanks for any help.
I found a web page on the net that I think lots of people will love. When
you type in the town and the state, it will tell you the county that the
town is in, as well as the long and lat of the town.
Good luck everyone.
I am searching for information on my grandfather George CAMPBELL and his wife
Agnes. They lived in Liverpool (Bootle) in the early 1900's and had my father
George on May 1, 1912. About 3 years later they emmigrated to Montreal, where
at least one more child was born (Robert).
George Sr. was a railway porter in England
If this rings any bells, please contact me!
Hi there, I am new to the list and am hoping to make a connection on my
"newfound" Campbell ancestors.
I have the following names, but am not sure how most of them connect together,
hope someone can help me...........
Maria Campbell 1836 - June 1925
Jos. Campbell 1839 - Jan 1928
Alice Campbell 1860 - May 1942
Abbie Campbell 1866 - May 1906
Harry Campbell 1867 - April 1925
Frank S. Campbell 1870 - Sep 1908
William F. Campbell Sr. 1890 - Nov 1976
Catherine E. Campbell 1890/91 - Aug 1969
Jessie Campbell 1893 - Mar 1933
Gladys Campbell Apr 1901 - July 1901
Baby Campbell d:May 1906
I have posted before regarding my two seperate Campbell lines, but this
weekend I came across a whole little book about the descendants of Peter
Campbell of Scotland.
Peter's son, Peter Campbell II, came to Canada as a cabin boy at age 12
(1818), somehow he got to London, Ontario and in the process married Betsy
Mitchell. They had four children:
Nancy Campbell b. 1848
Alexander Campbell b. 1850
William Campbell b. 1852
John Campbell b. 1854 - abandoned family for Alaskan Gold Rush
was last heard from in Point
Some of the children may have been born in Wisconsin, but by the mid-1870's
they were in Western Michigan, Newaygo County, Ashland Township. Alexander,
William & John all had children that raised families in or near Ashland
If you have Campbell's in the MI area and would like me to look through this
book, which contains hundreds of descendants, please let me know.
Well!!! The response has been overwhelming so far in your requests. I've gotten 21 so far, and counting! Not to worry -- I've been copying everything to a Word document so that I can print everything out and take it with me when I go.
I tried to go on Tuesday, but my mission failed due to a friend having a birthday party that I forgot about until I saw her. OOpps!! =) Glad I remembered.
I will try to make it over there sometime next week, and if not then....well, my vacation from work starts on August 11th, I know that I can go any day of that week. Thanks for your patience, I will do my best to get back with all of you that have replied to me.
And of course.....those of you on the list that have no clue what I'm talking about....either read through your past dated messages for one from me titled "LDS Family History Library" and that'll tell you everything, or to make it shorter..... I will be making a trip to the above mentioned library and offered to do my best to help the folks that aren't in Utah out with their genealogical "roadblocks." Please keep in mind that I'm going for myself, too.....<grin>. Please keep requests short. My Word document is already onto 7 pages!! WHEW!! =)
You can reply to me at the e-mail address under my name. =)
Talk to you later,
Sandy Campbell =)
Having been off the mail list for a vacation, thought I would repost my
James Campbell is said to have been the son of a Scottish immigrant to New
Jersey. He married Temperance Bradford 3-25-1822 in Salem Co. NJ, and he
probably had a previous marriage as a son, James Young Campbell (my
ggrandfather) was born i 1819 in NJ.
According to family history the elder James "moved to near Dayton, OH", and
I found James and Temperance in Warren Co. OH. where they both died and are
The object now of my research is findign the marriage and first wife of
James before 1819 in NJ.
Thanks for listening.
Barbara Sample Schuler, WI
I hope you can stand one more Shillelagh comment.
There is one use of the Shillelagh that I haven't seen in this august forum.
There is an Irish song I learned in Kerry Patch (St. Louis, MO) more than half
a century ago. I've forgotten a lot of the words but, the song was about the
Shillelagh "me father brought from Ireland." One of the lines in the song goes
"and many's the time he used it on me, for to make me understand."
That doesn't need any embellishment.
Bill in Orlando
I am trying to find birth date and birth place of my g-grandfather
Joseph Columbus Campbell. Joseph married Cinderella Criss whose parents
were George and Elizabeth (Davis) Criss. He died Mar 1902 in Knox County
MO. Joseph's son (my grandfather) was born 26 Sept 1882 in Macon County
MO and died 5 Mar 1971 in Knox County MO. Joseph's father was Neil
Campbell and his mother's name was Elizabeth. I would also like to know
more about Neil. Can anyone help me? I'd surely appreciate any help.
Elva Lou Waggener
I am researching Hugh D. Campbell. He was born c. 1815 Kentucky and died MO.
He married Eliza Stailey in 1/8/1842 in Lewis Co. Kentucky. He and his family
moved from Kentucky between 1860-1862 to Nodaway Co., Missouri. They had a
son named Robert b. ca 1847 KY, Sabina Jane b. 4/17/1850 Ky, Hugh W. b ca 1862
MO, Samuel b. ca 1863 MO, Mattie E. b. ca 1867MO, and Eliza A b. ca 1869 MO.
Sabina Jane Campbell m. Henry Mires 8/20/1873 in Maryville, Nodaway Co., MO.
They had eleven Children. They Both passed away in Nodaway Co. MO.
I believe Hugh's father's name is William Campbell. There is a William and
Mary Campbell in Lewis Co. around the time of Hugh's birth. Any connections I
would like to here from you. I do have more information regarding
I am looking for Campbell researchers searching for records of ancestors
in the area of Glen Urquhart or Glen Moriston in Scotland. My Campbells
then emmigrated from Scotland to Pictou County Nova Scotia in 1820. I am
interested in working with researchers doing work in this same area.
Please e-mail me if you have an interest. Thanks, Don Campbell
1. In various peerage books are italicized abreviations which I assume
are L:atin/legal, i.e. "Archibald, d.s.p. before 1630, v.p." or "Duncan
said to have d.s.p" Can someone advise as to their specific
2. Am trying to find a list of Colonial Governors in the New England
area aroung 1616 to 1628. Can anyone provide a source or a list?
Thanks so much.
>From: "Sandy Campbell" <tamsyn(a)vitrex.net>
>To: "Campbell Genealogy List" <Campbell-L(a)emcee.com>
>Subject: LDS Family History Library
>> Hello All, I may be making a trip to the LDS Genealogical
>>Library in a desperate >attempt to find out something about my
>>ancestors. I've lived in Utah practically all my life >and never once
>>have I been to this library, but I've heard it's a fabulous place for
>>finding >facts on frustrating families.
I visited the LDS Family History Center in Salt Lake City a few weeks ago
and ran out stamina and time. One of the first things that you might want
to check while you're there is film of Family Group Sheet submissions that
haven't been computerized. There are three film rolls of Campbell Sheets.
415 2nd Street
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254-4602
Primary Email address: sutton(a)beachnet.gen.ca.us
CAMPBELL - SUTTON URL: http://www.geocities.com/~milosutton/
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