Well, Barb this is the exact area I live in and I can tell you that there is
a road named after him (in East Liverpool, Ohio) and I will talk to a few
people around here to see what information I can get from them.
Laura (Campbell blood from Maryland and later in Pennsylvania)
From "HISTORY OF THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY," Vol. I, pages
HON. JOHN A. CAMPBELL
Hon. John A. Campbell, judge of the first judicial circuit of West Virginia,
was born in Columbiana county, Ohio, in December, 1842. He remained there
until he was about thirteen years old, when his parents removed to Hancock
county, W.Va., where his permanent residence has since been. His father was
Alexander Campbell, a native of Ohio, who became a merchant in Hancock
county, and died in 1884. John Campbell, father of the latter, was one of
the pioneers of eastern Ohio, and was a co-adjutor of the famous religious
organizer and reformer, Alexander Campbell. John Campbell, in this work,
labored as an elder, in eastern Ohio and the Western Reserve.