I have a James Campbell b about 1779, or lived then- in Ft Ann in
NY............... married a Margaret..... supposedly came from
Scotland......... guess not. Barb in St Pete
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Sent: Friday, June 26, 2009 3:01 AM
Subject: [Campbell] THIS JOHN CAMPBELL MUST HAVE SOME DESCENDANTS
Come on Campbell Cousins OF Jackson County ALA.
Shake a FEW trees & see if there is a Connection to OLE CUZ John
Campbell, WHO Knows this Just Might be the Leap over Your Brick Wall.
there is a Distant Campbell Family Connection Back to 1835. Cousins,
Words are the Foundation to the Greatest Genealogical Brick wall that ONE
will ever encounter <IT JUST CAN'T BE> Then Learn that their Grt Grand
Parents were First Cousins
Remember; <ASK & ANSWER QUESTIONS SOME ONE KNOWS>
Campbell Cousins of Jackson County, ALA.
Please: _atpowelljr(a)aol.com_ (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) CUZ A T
just ran across an old note taken from THE HUNTSVILLE DEMOCRAT (published
Huntsville, AL) dated June 21, 1835:
"State of Alabama - Jackson County - Orphans Court, June 13, 1835. John
Unfortunately, the Orphans Court records (the forerunner of the Probate
were burned during the Civil War. Therefore, this newspaper notice is all
exists relative to the estate of John Campbell who died in 1835.
Ann B. Chambless
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