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Patrick Campbell made an improtation oath 22 May 1740 in Orange Co Virginia
records (he was probably residing in the Augusta Co. Virgina county formed
in 1738 but the records were kept in Orange until 1745)
These three are from the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy:
Importatio Oaths 1739-1741 Orange County Contributed by Joicey H Lindsay
Patrick Campbell made oath in court that he imported himself, Elizabeth,
charles, William, Patrick Junr, John, Mary, Elizabeth and Gennet Campbell
from Ireland to Phila. & from thence into this colony. 22 May 1740.
Also extract found: p. 30 p. 157: Patrick Campbell made oath in court that
he imported himself, Elizabeth (no doubt his wife), Charles, William,
Patrick Jr, John, Mary Elizabeth (this time no comma between Mary,
Elizabeth, and Gennet Campbell from Ireland to Philadelphia, and from thence
ito this colony, and that this is the first time of his proving his or their
rights to obtain land. 22 May 1740
p. 176: Patrick Campbell .. imported himself Elizabeth Charles, William,
Patrick Junr, John, Mary, Elizabeth & Gennet Campbell from Ireland to
Philadelphia & from thence into this Colony at his own charges.....
We know from extracts of Courthouse records in Virginia that Patrick
Campbell owned 1546a for cost of 44.07.07 Beverley Manor (Augusta) Survey
for Patt Campbell, beginning at a valley on ye South Side of South River,
thence with the lines of ye pattint, Hammock's branch, Christy's Kreek, Jno.
Buchanan's line 1738
This is the 1st deed I have heard of for sale of that land 1745. [don't have
this deed but would probably have wife Elizabeth signed on it, plan to do
deeds when they get into LDS]
24th October, 1748. Wm. Sayers to John Pattison, weaver, part of 1,546 acres
sold by Wm. Beverley to Patrick Campbell in 1738 and by him to Wm. Sayers in
1745. Patrick Campbell. On South Branch Shanandoah. Teste: Wm. Smith, Pat.
Campbell, James Mitchell, Andrew Duncan.
His land is mentioned in other deeds 1746-1747-1748
It is Processioned in 1748
--20th May, 1752. Patrick Campbell, Sr., and Elizabeth, to Patrick Campbell,
Jr., 212 acres. From Beverley to Patrick, Sr., 21st February, 1738; Wm.
Thompson's line; Samuel Braford's and John Mitchel's lines; corner John
Ward; corner Charles Campbell. Crossing Christian's Creek and South River.
Teste: David Hay, Arthur Hamilto
Patrick Campbell Jr & wife Agnes sell this land in 1777.
Patrick Campbell & Elizabeth Campbell 514a to Charles Campbell [[ MAY 20,
1752. (246) Elizabeth Campbell relinquished dower in 514 acres, conveyed by
her husband, Patrick Campbell, to Charles Campbell, in Orange]]
Page 308.--15th May, 1754. Patrick Campbell, Sr., and Elinor to son John
Campbell. Patrick had purchased from Beverley 1,546 acres in Beverley Manor
by deed 21st February, 1738, recorded in Orange; conveyance paternal love.
good will and affection; 270 acres of the 1,546 acres. corner Patrick
Campbell, Jr., in Wm. Thompson's line; Charles Campbell's line.
The above says to me Patrick Campbell brought himself & his wife Elizabeth
and listed children born in Ireland into America from Ireland and landed in
Philadelphia before 22 May 1740. He is now applying for land rights. He
probably had more children since then but they could not be listed due to
being born in America.
By 1754 he has a wife Elinor.
I have not seen any of his children name a child Delilah?? There are lots of
Is there any record shows an earlier wife in Ireland named Deliah
Did Patrick Campbell reside in Donegal or Derry township in or Lancaster Co
PA? There are Patrick Campbell's but are they records for him?? Did his
father reside in Lancaster Co. PA? Does someone have records?
On page 205: we find Hugh Campble made oath that he imported himself, Esther
and Sarah Campble at his own charge from Ireland to Philadelphia and from
thence into this colony, and this is the first time of his proving his or
their rights in order to obtain land. 26 Jun 1740.
Don't know if this is ment to be Campbell or not:
p. 110 John Camble made oath that he imported himself, Elizabeth, Esther,
Mary, Rachel, and Jane Camble from Ireland to Philadelphia, and thence into
this colony at his own charge, and that this is the first time of his
proving his or their rights in order to obtain land. 28 Feb 1739.
There may be more Campbell's in this list I am rechecking today.
Carol Mitchell a descendant of Patrick's daughter Grisal (Campbell)
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