Family:Charles Campbell and Margaret Buchanan (1)

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Marriage[1] 1744 Augusta County, Virginia
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Descendants of Charles Campbell, Maj.


Generation No. 1

1. CHARLES6 CAMPBELL, MAJ. (PATRICK5, JOHN4, DUNCAN "ORMELIE DUNCAH"3, ANDREW2, HUGH1) was born 1722 in prob. Ireland, and died Abt. 1767 in Beverley Manor, Augusta County, Virginia. He married MARGARET BUCHANAN 1744 in Augusta County, Virginia, daughter of JOHN BUCHANAN and MARGARET CAMPBELL. She was born Abt. 1723 in prob. Ireland, and died 1777.

Notes for CHARLES CAMPBELL, MAJ.: From Chalkley's Augusta County, VA Court Judgements:

PGS 508-517 No. 449. Taylor vs. Tate and Campbell.--John Taylor married Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Campbell, prior to 1774. Charles's daughter, Jean, married Thomas Tate. Margaret married Arthur Campbell. James, John M. C., Mary M. C., Allen Taylor were relatives.


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Husband's Name

Charles CAMPBELL (AFN:H0HX-QP)    

Born:  1722  Place:  Tin King Spring, Augusta, Virginia 
Died:  1767  Place:  Beverleys Manor, Agst, Virginia 
Married:  1744  Place:  , , Augusta Co., VA 

Father:  Patrick CAMPBELL (AFN:H0HX-S2)    
Mother:  Deliah THOMPSON (AFN:H0HX-T7)   

Wife's Name

Margaret DOWNEY (AFN:H0HX-RV)    

Born:  Abt 1723  Place:  , Orange, Virginia 
Died:  1777  Place:   
Married:  1744  Place:  , , Augusta Co., VA 

Father:  Samuel DOWNEY (AFN:VR2Z-RM)    
Mother:  Martha MCPHEETERS (AFN:1HVT-3P)   

Children


1. Sex Name

M  William C. CAMPBELL (AFN:H0HX-NC)    

Born:  1744   Place:  Beverleys Manor, Agst, Virginia  
Died:  22 Aug 1781   Place:  Rocky Mills, , VA  
Buried:  Aug 1781   Place:  Rocky Mills, , VA  

2. Sex Name

F  Elizabeth CAMPBELL (AFN:VR33-K4)    

Born:  1738   Place:  Virginia  
Died:  22 Mar 1820   Place:   

3. Sex Name

F  Jane CAMPBELL (AFN:VR2X-GX)    

Born:  1749   Place:  Beverleys Manor, Agst, Virginia  

4. Sex Name

F  Margaret CAMPBELL (AFN:VR2X-H4)    

Born:  1751   Place:  Beverleys Manor, Agst, Virginia  

5. Sex Name

F  Ann CAMPBELL (AFN:VR2X-J9)    

Born:  < 1753   Place:  <Beverleys Manor, Agst, Virginia>  


Notes for MARGARET BUCHANAN: Another source has Charles Campbell's wife's name as Margaret Downey.

Children of CHARLES CAMPBELL and MARGARET BUCHANAN are:

  • i. WILLIAM7 CAMPBELL, GENERAL, b. 1745, Tinkling Spring, Augusta County, Virginia; d. 22 Aug 1781, Rocky Mills, Virginia; m. ELIZABETH (BETSY) HENRY, 1767, Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia; b. 10 Jul 1749, Hanover County, Virginia; d. 1825.

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Husband's Name 
William C. CAMPBELL (AFN:H0HX-NC)    

Born:  1744  Place:  Beverleys Manor, Agst, Virginia 
Died:  22 Aug 1781  Place:  Rocky Mills, , VA 
Buried:  Aug 1781  Place:  Rocky Mills, , VA 
Married:  1767  Place:  Beverly Manor District, Augusta Co., VA 

Father:  Charles CAMPBELL (AFN:H0HX-QP)    
Mother:  Margaret DOWNEY (AFN:H0HX-RV)   

Wife's Name

Elizabeth (Betsy) HENRY (AFN:FSD6-2H)    

Born:  10 Jul 1749  Place:  , Hanover, Virginia 
Died:  1825  Place:   
Married:  1767  Place:  Beverly Manor District, Augusta Co., VA 

Father:  John HENRY (AFN:2276-SV)    
Mother:  Sarah WINSTON (AFN:2276-T2)   

Children 

1.  Sex  Name  
F  Elizabeth CAMPBELL (AFN:H0HX-KT)    

Born:  1776   Place:  , , VA  
Died:  1815   Place:  , , Lancaster, PA  

2.  Sex  Name  
F  Sarah Buchanan CAMPBELL (AFN:1B5V-73M)    

Born:  22 Apr 1778   Place:  Beverleys Manor, Augusta, VA  
Died:  23 Jul 1846   Place:  Aspinvale, Washington, VA  
Buried:    Place:  Aspinvale, Washington, VA  



http://www.sbrl.org/Branches/Marion/SWVHL/smyth_county.htm

Colonel William Campbell (1745 – August 22, 1781) Revolutionary War hero of such battles as King’s Mountain, Guilford Court House, and many campaigns against area Loyalists. He was married to Elizabeth Henry. Her brother Patrick Henry was the justly celebrated Voice of the American Revolution. She gained her own fame as a zealous Methodist leader after her later marriage to General William Russell. William Campbell died of pneumonia before the Yorktown Campaign.



Notes for ELIZABETH (BETSY) HENRY: http://www.electricscotland.com/history/canada/scot/chapter8.htm

Note sent in by Carol Mitchell - I believe the well documented records show that it was Patrick Henry's Sister, Elizabeth "Betsy" Henry 171749-1804 that married 2 Apr 1776 Gen William Campbell b1744 Augusta Co., VA-22 Aug 1781, they had two children Charles Henry Campbell dsp; and Sarah Buchanan Campbell m. Gen Francis Preston. Now Gen William Campbell was the son of Capt Charles Campbell 1744-1781 and Margaret Buchanan d. 1777 (well documented in Augusta Co. VA Records) Capt. Charles Campbell was the son of Patrick Campbell 1696 Ireland - 1767 August Co. VA. and probably his wife Elizabeth (but some traditions say Delilah Thompson, have seen no proof of this); Elizabeth was believed to be a Taylor. Patrick Campbell emigrated with his family from Ireland to Philiadelphia & then to Orange/Augusta Co., VA where his headrights are listed 1740. Patrick is said to be the son of JOhn Campbell & Grizzel/Gracy Hay. The above Elizabeth (Henry) Campbell m. 2nd Edward Carrington and 3rd 1783 William J. Russell.]


  • ii. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1747, Tinkling Spring, Augusta County, Virginia; d. 22 Mar 1820; m. JOHN MCCANDLESS TAYLOR, 1766, Pennsylvania; b. 1738, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania; d. 21 Oct 1813, Augusta County, Virginia.

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Husband's Name

John Mccandlass TAYLOR (AFN:L8DN-51)    

Born:  1738  Place:  , Dauphin, PA 
Died:  21 Oct 1813  Place:  , Augusta, Virginia 
Married:  1766  Place:  , , PA 

Father:  Robert TAYLOR (AFN:L8DM-WN)    
Mother:  Jean PETERSON (AFN:L8DM-XT)   

Wife's Name

Elizabeth CAMPBELL (AFN:VR33-K4)    

Born:  1738  Place:  Virginia 
Died:  22 Mar 1820  Place:   
Married:  1766  Place:  , , PA 

Father:  Charles CAMPBELL (AFN:H0HX-QP)    
Mother:  Margaret DOWNEY (AFN:H0HX-RV)   

Children


1. Sex Name

F  Margaret TAYLOR (AFN:22HM-JFS)    

Born:  22 Aug 1767   Place:  <, , Pa>  

2. Sex Name

M  William TAYLOR (AFN:22HM-JG1)    

Born:  25 Apr 1773   Place:  <, , Pa>  

3. Sex Name

M  James TAYLOR (AFN:VR38-NB)    

Born:  7 Feb 1769   Place:  <Clifton, Russell, Virginia>  
Died:  Aft 1812   Place:   

4. Sex Name

F  Mary Mccanless [Twin] TAYLOR (AFN:CF4X-GX)    

Born:  22 Aug 1780   Place:  <, , VA>  

5. Sex Name

F  Elizabeth Campbell TAYLOR (AFN:C9VW-H0)    

Born:  8 Sep 1775   Place:  , , VA  
Died:  1851   Place:   

6. Sex Name

M  Charles TAYLOR (AFN:1XLH-VPP)    

Born:  6 May 1771   Place:  <Montgomery, , Virginia>  
Died:  1843   Place:   

7. Sex Name

M  Allen TAYLOR (AFN:1XLH-VTJ)    

Born:  20 Dec 1777   Place:  <, , Pa>  
Died:  3 Jun 1837   Place:   

8. Sex Name

M  James Mccanliss TAYLOR (AFN:15TX-GLX)    

Born:  22 Aug 1780   Place:  <, , VA>  
Died:  29 Sep 1856   Place:   


  • iii. JANE/JEAN CAMPBELL, b. 1749, Tinkling Spring, Augusta County, Virginia; d. 27 Feb 1819; m. THOMAS TATE, LT., Oct 1764, Virginia; b. 11 Jun 1744, Virginia; d. 09 Feb 1833, Broad Ford, Virginia.

Notes for THOMAS TATE, LT.:


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Thomas Tate Compact Disc #137 Pin #1325852 Pedigree

Sex:  M  

Event(s) 
Birth:   11 Jun 1744 

 Bedford Springs, Orange, Pennsylvania  
Death:   9 Feb 1833 

 Broad Ford, Virginia  

Parents

Father:  John Tate     Disc #137     Pin #1325850   
Mother:  Mary Doak     Disc #137     Pin #1325851  

Marriage(s)

Spouse:  Jane Campbell     Disc #137     Pin #1325865  
Marriage:  5 Oct 1764  
 , Virginia  

Notes and Sources

Notes:  Available on CD-ROM Disc# 137   
Sources:  None   

Submitter

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  • iv. MARGARET CAMPBELL, b. 16 Mar 1753, Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia; d. 25 Dec 1813, Knox County, Kentucky; m. ARTHUR CAMPBELL, COL., 12 May 1773, Virginia; b. 03 Nov 1743, Augusta County, Virginia; d. 08 Aug 1811, Knox County, Kentucky.

Notes for MARGARET CAMPBELL: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Volume I AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XI. MAY 20, 1767.

 (69) Margaret Campbell, mother of Margaret Campbell. is appointed guardian to bring a suit versus James Cotton.


Notes for ARTHUR CAMPBELL, COL.: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~markfreeman/campbell.html

43. Col. Arthur5 Campbell (David 'White David'4, John3, John2, [Unknown]1) was born 03 Nov 1743 in Augusta Co., VA, and died 08 Aug 1811 in Knox Co., KY. He married Margaret Campbell 12 May 1773 in VA, daughter of Charles Campbell and Margaret Buchanan. She was born 16 Mar 1753 in Augusta Co., VA, and died 25 Dec 1813 in Knox Co., KY.

Notes for Col. Arthur Campbell:

He was taken prisoner by the Indians when only sixteen years of age, while with his father on a short campaign against them. The hardships which he endured during the three years' captivity were very severe, until he was finally protected by an aged Chief, who carried him to Canada and to the old French Fort at Detroit. The Jesuit Fathers, who had established a mission for the Indians at this fort, were pleased with the bright, interesting English boy, and taught him while he was there; therefore, upon his escape, and recapture by the English Army in 1760 (which was commanded by General Johnson in his campaign against the French and Northern Indians), he was much better educated than other boys of his age in Western Virginia at that time. He afterwards acted as pilot to the Colonial Army in the Northwest, and served as Lieutenant in the Army on the Western frontier. His knowledge of the Indian character, language and customs was of great value to him as an officer in the Colonial and Continental Armies. He was a delegate to the Virginia Constitutional Convention of May, 1776, from Fincastle County; served in the War of the Revolution as Captain and Colonel, received one thousand acres of land, which was located in Kentucky, for his military services. He was afterwards one of the leading men in forming the State Government of Tennessee, was a man of influence and great learning, a cultivated gentleman, of courtly manners and bearing, though dominant and accustomed to ruling those around him.

Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher, and Kindred Families

Notes for Margaret Campbell:

Mention: Taylor vs Tate & Campbell; John Taylor m. Elizabeth Campbell dau Charles bef 1774; Charles Campbell dau Jean m. Thomas Tate, & Chas. Dau Margaret Campbell m. Arthur Campbell ....., 1790, Augusta Co., VA.


Children of Arthur Campbell and Margaret Campbell are:

133 i. William6 Campbell. He married Sarah Adams.

134 ii. Col. John B. Campbell, died 05 Jul 1814 in Christian Co., KY. He married Polly Latham.

Notes for Col. John B. Campbell:

First Quartermaster General of Kentucky.

135 iii. Arthur Lee Campbell. He married Sarah Thompson.

Notes for Arthur Lee Campbell:

or Arthur D. Campbell

136 iv. Capt. James Campbell, died 1815 in Battle of New Orleans.

137 v. David H. Campbell. He married (1) Amelia Pepper. He married (2) Nancy Handy.

138 vi. Elizabeth Campbell. She married (1) John S. McFarland. She married (2) [Unknown] Patton.

Notes for John S. McFarland:

or John S. Macfarland.

139 vii. Margaret Campbell. She married Isaac Sawyer.

140 viii. Mary H. Campbell. She married William E. Beard; born Bef. 1789.

141 ix. Jane B. Campbell. She married Andrew Campbell; born Bef. 1792 in Ireland.

142 x. Martha C. Campbell. She married Philo Beeman; died in of Louisville, KY.

143 xi. Ann Augusta Campbell. She married William Owen.

144 xii. Col. Charles Lewis Campbell, born Abt. 1780. He married Sarah Ann "Sallie" Morrison 23 Jun 1815 in Fayette Co., KY; born 01 Oct 1781 in Fayette Co., KY; died 12 Oct 1855 in Fayette Co., KY.


From Greene County, TN, early settlers:

From Washington Co., VA were Col Arthur Campbell, the Craigs, Blackburns


http://co.campbell.tn.us/History.htm

Campbell County History

Campbell County

Campbell County was created in 1806 from Anderson and Claiborne Counties. Campbell County was named in honor of Col. Arthur Campbell (1743-1811). Col. Campbell was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses and an Officer during the Revolutionary War.


  • v. ANN CAMPBELL, b. 1753, Beverly Manor, Augusta County, Virginia.
References
  1. IGI Record.