This may be a leap but.....My Campbells are from Ontario and I have an
Alexander in my line. His parents were John and Avis (Munro) Campbell.
Thier children were:
Duncan b. 1858
Margaret (Maggie) b. 1863
Archie b. 1866
Alexander b. 1868
John (James) b. 1870
Sadly, I have all the data for all the siblings except Alexander and Archie
All I have are census reports etc. Which lists Archie and Alexander in
Ontario, Canada in 1881. Mother, Ann Campbell had at that time moved in
with Daniel (head of household) with all the other minor siblings. Her
husband John had died in 1881. Also listed in this same household is a
Christina CAMPBELL age 70, We are at this time assuming this to be John
CAMPBELLs Mother? But no proof. We do not know John CAMPBELLs father
Do you know where any of your other CAMPBELLS migrated? Some of mine stayed
in Canada, but most of the children moved together to North Dakota in and
around 1880. Do not know if Alexander or Archie are among them.
What do you think?
Julie Thompson Miller
Life is like a joke, You don't get it until the end!
From: "Jeanne Bills" <jeabil(a)msn.com>
Subject: more Campbells
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 21:06:13 -0500
There must be Campbells in other places besides the South! I am looking for
Alexander Campbell in Canada. He married Jane Peters in 1800 possibly in
Edwardsburgh Ontario. They had 2 known boys, Colin, my gggrandfather and
Thomas. I know about Colin and Thomas and would like to know about
Alexander, from what part of Scotland he is from. Jane Peters father was a
loyalist, don't know about Alexander.
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