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Hi Craig, Michelle, Diane and Malcom,
I finaly found my paper copies of emails and other notes on John F. Campbell. I have no less than 5 of them, plus John Fergus Campbell, John Finney Campbell, John Francis Campbell and John "Jack" F. Campbell. (These are not my line)
John F. Campbell sources:
http://www3.nbnet.nb.ca/rnward/nehemiah/index.html - b. 1858, his son Frank Edward Campbell was born in NB
CAMPBELL-L(a)rootsweb.com - (Craig Campbell) - b. 1858 Fayette County, Ohio; son of John Campbell and Ann(a) Barnett(e)
hslawblm(a)yahoo.com - b. 1849 in PA, son of John C. Campbell and Elizabeth Rosa (Catharine?) Stantley. (I have the entire message if this rings a bell)
CAMPBELL-L(a)rootsweb.com - (Diane Campbell) - b. 1833 NY
CAMPBELL-L(a)rootsweb.com - (Michelle Campbell) - b.1872 Ontario, Canada; son of Henry F. Campbell and Mary Jane Durfey
http://www.tribalpages.com/scripts/aforum.isa?zaq=21pcv1653a - (Martha Campell) - "... Looking for John F. Campbell from Ireland. Was in Nasvhille on 1880 census. Married Annie More. Have hit brick walls. Any help appreciated."
http://www.csi-inc.com/campbell/ - Several entries
John Fergus Campbell:
Didn't get my source entered on this one so here is all of the info I have on this family.
Andrew Campbell married Elizabeth Fergus abt.1861. Both were born in Scotland. Children: Andrew Campbell b.February 16,1862 and John Fergus Campbell b. 1865; Christened on January 29, 1865 in Walker, Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Perhaps the christening would give some leads.)
John Finney Campbell:
http://genforum.com/campbell/messages/14484.html - (Jeremy Fry) - b. Between 1860 - 1880; son of Robert James and Ann Campbell of Palgrave, Ontario, Canada
John Francis Campbell:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~yewenyi/719.htm - b. 1865 in New South Wales There is a picture of him on this site.
John "Jack" F. Campbell:
CAMPBELL-L(a)rootsweb.com - (Michelle Campbell) - 1873 Canada
There are 427 John F. Campbells listed on http://awt.ancestry.com/
Other Campbell sites:
Hope some of this info will help somone.
Anna B. Good
Can give you details tomorrow. Married in NY, probably around Cherry Valley,
Otsego Co. David died in NY. Mary died in WI where she lived near part of
her relatives (son, Erastus). My data base is down. Will fix it tomorrow and
then can give you dates.
My Campbell's weren't in Craighead County but I believe I had Maynard's
there. Lucinda Maynard married Albert Woolsey in Carroll County, AR. Any
1413 Ripplewood Drive
Danville, IN 46122
Below is a site I frequently visit. There are 210 matches in reference to Mary Polly White. These may refer to any part of the name.
Select W, then Wh, and select White. Put "Mary Polly White" in the search this forum box.
Anna B. Good
Noticed your posting on the list.I am tracing a David Campbell from my
ancestry, could you offer any details about this marriage? Dates or places
etc.Thank you !! Dave Campbell.
From: REPringle(a)aol.com [mailto:REPringle@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2003 4:52 PM
Subject: Re: [CAMPBELL] CAMPBELL Re: Mary "Polly" Campbell
Didn't see ther first reference. Mary "Polly" Campbell is in my data base.
Mary White Campbell married to David Campbell. If this seems to match let
know. Thanks Ruth
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Thanks Anna, I'll check it out. My William Franklin can't be the only
Campbell in Craighead County, AR. The little bugger had to belong
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Good" <pgood(a)bmi.net>
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2003 11:03 PM
Subject: [CAMPBELL] CAMPBELL - Arkansas counties
> Hi Michelle,
> Do a couple of page downs for the list of counties.
> http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/ - Arkansas Counties Selection List
> There's a lot of stuff on this site, graveyards, probate, obits, etc. I
still haven't looked at all of it, since my family didn't get over that way.
(At least as far as we know.)
> Anna B. Good
> To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records,
Do a couple of page downs for the list of counties.
http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/ - Arkansas Counties Selection List
There's a lot of stuff on this site, graveyards, probate, obits, etc. I still haven't looked at all of it, since my family didn't get over that way. (At least as far as we know.)
Anna B. Good
Hello readers, this is my first posting to this site
John Campbell b c 1730 in Fortingall Perthshire Scotland married date unknown Elizabeth Cameron; there are six known children
 Janet b 1751 Fortingall, nothing else known
 Euphan b 1753 Fortingall, nothing else known
 Archibald b 1759 Fortingall, nothing else known
 James b c 1760 Fortingall married 1786 in Fortingall Cathrine McNaughton; they had 11 known children
 Elspet b 1761 Fortingall nothing else known
 Campbell b 1764
can anyone relate to the above family I am looking for descendants
Is there someone who is specifically working on the CAMPBELL surname out of Craighead County in Arkansas? Sort of the "Grand Pooh-Bah" of intersecting Campbell lines in Craighead, lol.
I'm looking for some guidance on the different lines that resided in those parts in the early 1880s and back. Is there a site I can go to, and try and learn some background information on these families?
Any help would be most appreciated, thanks.
I have an Obit that was sent to me on a J. Frederick Cambell. Not my family.
I thought i would send the content and location incase its a family someone
Monday May 26, 1941
J. Frederick Campbell
Funeral Services fro J. Frederick Campbell were held this afternoon at the
Alderson funeral home with Mrs. Doris schermerhorn of Bristol, a Chrsitian
Science reader, officiation. Burial was in Riverside cemetery.
Mr. Campbell died Saturday at the home of his sister, Mrs B. A. Cockings, of
148 High Street, Bristol. He was born in Waterbury, the son of the late
Albert H. and Mary (Allen) Campbell. He was an insurance agent.
Henderson County, Tennessee
Marriage Records 1894 Through Dec 1950
These 5,709 marriages were transcribed by David M. and Jeanne Williams from the unbound marriage records in the County Courthouse.
Groom Groom Mar. Bride Bride Issued Married
Surname First Name No. Surname First Name DayMon Year Day-Mon Year Book Page
Campbell John 230 Bridges Louranie 8-Dec 1897 8-Dec 1897 3 205
Campbell John 428 Camper Pina 14-Aug 1933 14-Aug 1933 14 261
Campbell J. B. 562 Duke Veonie 13-Sep 1909 14-Sep 1909 7 461
Campbell Henry 161 Elliott Uena 21-Apr 1923 22-Apr 1923 12 136
Campbell Wiley 317 Kilmer Martha 27-Nov 1900 27-Nov 1900 4 263
Campbell R. H. 421 White Ulah 21-Dec 1911 27-Dec 1911 8 350
Campbell F. L. 243 Wood Bell 13-Sep 1902 14-Sep 1902 5 202
Campbell Robert 418 Wood Molly L. 4-May 1896 10-May 1896 2 150
There is a Family of three Campbell,s in Washimgton County, Va Their
Parents Were Frank & Tiny Campbell From Clinch Mtn. In Russell County. The Grand
Father was Known AS clinch Myn Billy Campbell: Children Were Frank, Walter<
Conywingo Md. Roy was a long time Town Police in Lebanon , Moved to Fredrick Co.
Va, Daughters Carry Farmer, one Son Holly Farmer,worked in Drug Store in
Lebanon ,Va. Luly Campbell M. Ernest Furguson & Sally Rebcca who M. J.H. Hess in
Hpnaker, Va One Daughter Vilena Hess Was my First & second Wife We Had one Son
Raymond Wayne Powell, Dec,. He had one Son R.W. Jr. with Two Daughters. <
Dear Friends - I will be unsubscribing from the various lists I belong to
for the next few weeks due to making a move from California to Kentucky.
This will be temporary and I will be rejoining the lists - but I want to
thank the many of you who have given so much of your time to help others
and myself. I will miss the many e-mails each day that have been so filled
with good advice and help and look forward to getting back online
soon. Nancy Giles
For April L. Morgan,
I was surfing the web in the search of those elusive Campbells and came across the following site which had a William Lewis Campbell. It's the wrong generation, but a possible connection. I tried contacting the person who entered the info, but the message came back as undeliverable. So did the one I tried to send you.
Family genealogy of Wheeler as researched by Kerry Wheeler
I pulled this except from a document on http://nickell.tierranet.com/lewiscg.htm . It's back aways, but could be where the Lewis and Campbell connection began.
" I have found no records of Wm Lewis prior to 1774, nor have I been able
to "connect" him with any other Lewis family in Virginia. He was surely
born before 1730 (probably by 1720) and although tradition says this
family came from Wales, there is no documented evidence. At present, I
have at least 6 claims and suggestions (none of them proved) and I do not
feel that copying these would merit the space that would be consumed....
Most of the claims have been disproved.
William Lewis and his sons seemed to have few records in Washington
County until 20 July 1779 when they appeared in Coury(t?) and acknowledged
themselves indebted to the Commonwealth of Virginia, by bonds which would
become void if conditions set out were followed.
--John Lewis, for 500 pounds - good behavior for one year;
securities, William Lewis and John Campbell, 250 pounds each.
--Griffith Lewis, for 500 pounds - appearance at next court;
securities Wm Lewis and John Lewis, 250 pounds each.
--Peter Razor, 1000 pounds;
securities, Wm Lewis and Griffith Lewis, 500 pounds each.
--Thomas Lewis - for a misdemeanor, ordered to pay 10 pounds
The rest of the document is about the Lewis family.
For the rest of the Campbell researchers out there:
Other Campbell sites I found:
http://www.coax.net/people/lwf/10th_saw.htm - African American regiment in the Spanish American War
http://www.marchant-thomas.com/html/d0000/g0000077.html - Has many Campbell families
http://www.scalf-family.org/HPScalf/Chapter%2014.htm - A few Campbells in 1900s (cemetery, birth, death and marriage records)
http://www.gendex.com/users/bobspu/spurgeon/index/ind0402.html - Over 100 Campbells listed
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~sekr/dat133.html#6 - John "Jackson" C. Campbell
http://oldchesterpa.com/l - Chester, PA cemetery web site - has some cemetery (Added to site as volunteers load the databases) and obituary (Current only) info available A very slow loading site. Not sure if there is much here for the Campbells, didn't have time to pursue it right now.
Anna B. Good
She's not my line, but I know there are people looking for one of the Mary "Polly" Campbells. This site has a picture of her.
She traces up through Lewis Campbell to Zachariah Campbell. She was b. 1836 m. Merchant Thomas abt 1852, d Abt 1926/27. She was a step-sister to William Campbell.
Anna B. Good
United Methodist Church
Caldwell CO NC
Compiled and submitted By Rev. Frank Gordon
65.Etta Campbell May 27,1884 – Mar.13,1920
66.Infant Campbell ( Of J.W. & Etta Campbell) May 10,1904 – June 27,1904
67.John Washington Campbell May 19,1880 – Mar.4,1950
68.Owen Campbell Dec.24,1905 – Nov.15,1922 (Son of John & Etta Campbell)
69.Willard Oscor Campbell Oct.13,1929 – May 26,1951
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I'm Craig Campbell and I'm looking for any info or leads for the ancestors of a John Campbell who was born September 10, 1817 in Pennsylvania, possibly in Fayette County, or probably in the SW portion of the state. John in later census listed his father born in VA (possibly in what is now West VA.) and his mother was born in PA.
John Campbell married Ann(a) Barnett(e) prior to 1846, Ann was born on Aug 14, 1825, the daughter of William and Frances "Fannie" (Hatfield) Barnett(e), and was born in Fayette Co. PA.
John and Ann Campbell had the following children in Fayette Co. PA.
-- James Runey Campbell 1846
-- William Campbell 1848
-- Simon Campbell Feb 14, 1850
-- Joseph Andrew Campbell April 28, 1853
-- Jane Campbell abt. 1855
In 1856 John, Ann and their children moved to fayette County, Ohio and had the following children there
-- John F. Campbell July 1858
-- Calvin C. Campbell December 1860
-- Henry Duncan Campbell May 31, 1864 (my Great Grandfather)
Ann (Barnett(e) Campbell died July 23, 1864 in Fayette County, Ohio, and John remarried a widow Deborah (Hughes) Veech later that year. John and Deborah had 7 children together in Ohio.
John and some of his children moved to Cass county Missouri about 1882 and John died there in 1899. In his obit it does say he was a native of Fayette County, PA, although this has not been proven for sure.
Hopefully someone has a missing John in their files that fits my John's criteria i.e date of birth and location in PA.
I believe his oldest son's name James may be a clue or link, as the second son was William, named possibly after Ann's father. The middle name of RUNEY may also be a clue, as I have been told Runey is primarily a Scottish name. Ann possible disagreed with naming him Runey and John agreed to use it as a middle name...... who knows. The third son appears to be names after Ann's brother Simon, and daughter Jane was also possibly named after Ann's sister Jane.
Any help would be greatly appreciated ..... Craig
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