My line is through William whom we believe to have been Lt. Richard
Campbell's younger brother. However, I do have birthdates for Richard's
children. His widow listed them all in her pension application. Wiley was
born 20 Dec 1804. I am going to take the liberty of forwarding your e-mail
to a distant cousin who is a direct descendant of Richard and who knows a
lot more about this family than I.
From: campbell-bounces(a)rootsweb.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
On Behalf Of Lee Ann Dauphinot
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 9:43 PM
Subject: Re: [Campbell] Wiley Campbell
Mildred, You mentioned a Wiley Campbell in your line. Do you know when
Wiley Campbell, son of Richard b. 1755 and Rachel Smith, was born? Did any
of your line go to Iowa or Indiana? My Wiley or Wylie Campbell was born
around 1846 in either Iowa or Indiana. I realize your Wiley could not
possibly be my Wiley/Wylie, but he could be a grandfather or great-uncle.
My brother is an exact match with John Campbell (m. Grace
Hay) for the first 34 markers. I cannot find Wylie/Wiley before or after
the 1880 census when he and his wife and children are in Wayne County, MO.
Lee Ann Dauphinot
Mildred Fournier wrote:
That was a different Richard who was in Tennessee quite a few years
ahead of our Richard. Thanks, though.
On Behalf Of Julian Campbell Prodigy
Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2007 3:59 PM
Subject: Re: [Campbell] DNA
Mildred: The old papers said that Richard campbell martied to a Sevier,
the daugther of John Sevier first governor of Tennessse.
[mailto:email@example.com] En nombre de Mildred Fournier
Enviado el: Sábado, 10 de Marzo de 2007 01:43 p.m.
Asunto: Re: [Campbell] DNA
Our Richard Campbell was just Lieutenanant, not a Lt. Col.
Actually my line is to William who was certainly kin to Lt. Richard but
was about 20 years younger. He could have been a much younger brother
or a nephew. My line to him is through his son, Richard Campbell who
was born in 1821, married Mildred Adalette McMackin, and died in 1887.
Richard and Addie only had two children and their only son had no sons
so our line "daughtered out." William's other children were James,
John, Joseph D., Lewis, William Jr., Hiram, Duncan, Jane and my
Richard. Census records indicate there were three other daughters but
I have not been able to identify them.
Richard was born 1755, served in the Revolution, married (1st) Susannah
(probably Leake) and (2nd) Rachel Smith. By the first marriage he had
son James and daughter, Mary. By Rachel he had Hiram, Smithy (a
daughter who may have actually be Samantha), John, Elizabeth, William
Duncan, Wiley and Tubal. I have
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