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SourceYear ExtractWeRelateNotes
1:525 1742 List of deeds recorded in Orange County executed by Benjamin Borden, 1734-1745:.... Gilbert Campbell, 6th July, 1742; Person:Gilbert Campbell (3) Person:Gilbert Campbell (3) secured a parcel from Borden in 1742 in the Forks of the James.
1:27 1747 MAY 20, 1747. (192) Trial of Rebecca Buchanan, Jr., on suspicion of murder, and Rebecca Buchanan, Sr., Mary Ann Campbell, Ruth Buchanan, alias Carmickell, on suspicion of being accessories. All acquitted except Rebecca, Jr., who was committed for trial at Williamsburg. (193) Thos. Paxton, James McClung, Isaac Taylor, Gilbert Campbell, Wm. Hall and Andrew McNabb recognized that their wives, as above, appear as witnesses: William Lusk in behalf of Agnis Grey; Saml. Davis in behalf of his mother, Eleanor Davis; Moses McClure in behalf of his mother, Agness McClure; Andrew Hays in behalf of his mother, Rebecca Hays; Silas Hart in behalf of Esther Lyle. Acknowledged themselves as above. Wm. Henry also acknowledged as above.
3:263 1747 Page 367.--27th March. 1747. Benj. Borden, &c., to John Moore (sold in testator's lifetime); 504 acres, 1 R., 26 P., £12 current money Virginia, part of 92,100; corner to Joseph Lapsley's land; corner to Gilbert Campbell. Witnessed and acknowledged as above. Person:Gilbert Campbell (3) Moore's property is shown adjacent to that of Gilbert (3) in Hildebrands map of Borden's Grant
3:268 1748 Page 502.--18th May, 1748. £8.10.0. Benj. Borden to John Allison (sold in testator's lifetime, 291 acres, part of 92,100;'white oak on southwest side of river; corner to Gilbert Campbell; corner to said Campbell and John Moore, Tested and acknowledged as above. Person:Gilbert Campbell (3) Allison's property is shown adjacent to that of Gilbert (3) in Hildebrands map of Borden's Grant
3:271 1748 Page 129.--28th January, 1748-9. John and Mary McNabb (his wife) to Arthur McClure. Mille Creek; corner James Thompson; corner Robert Galloway. Teste: Andrew McNabb, Wm. Hall, Gilbert Campbell. Delivered to John Wilson, 30th April, 1751.
3:272 1749 Page 185.--3d May, 1749. John Moore and Margaret, his wife, to Robert Moore. Woods Creek, a branch of James River; corner John Moore. Gilbert Campbell Person:Gilbert Campbell (3) Moore's property is shown adjacent to that of Gilbert (3) in Hildebrands map of Borden's Grant
3:19 1750 Page 294.--29th August, 1750. Gilbert Campbell's will, of Forks of James River, plantationer--Wife, Prudence Campbell, alias Osran; son, George (infant); son, Charles (infant); daughter, Elizabeth Woods, alias Campbell; son, James; daughter, Prudence Hays; daughter, Sarah Campbell; daughter, Lattice Campbell. Executors, James Trimble, Thomas Stuart and Andrew Hays. Teste: James Thompson, Robert Allison, Alex. McMuIlen. Proved, 26th February, 1750, by Thompson and Allison, and probate granted to Andrew Hays. Person:Gilbert Campbell (3) Forks of the james locatin makes this Person:Gilbert Campbell (3)
3:20 1750 Page 308.--27th February, 1750-51. Andrew Hays' bond as executor of Gilbert Campbell, with sureties Charles Hayes, James Walker.
2:22 1751 Page 372.--23d May, 1751. Gilbert Campbell's appraisement, by Alex. McMullan, Robert Allison, James Thompson, Andrew Hays.
3:340 1755 Page 240.--3d October, 1755. John ( ) Alison (Aliceson) and Jean ( ) to Joseph Walker, £100, 291 acres on North Branch James; cor. Gilbert Campbell; cor. said Campbell's and John Moore's lines. Teste: Andrew Uall, Wm. Buyers. Delivered: Thos. Stewart, February, 1758. Person:Gilbert Campbell (3) Allison's property is shown adjacent to that of Gilbert (3) in Hildebrands map of Borden's Grant
1:80 1758 MAY 17, 1758.... (147) James Crockett, aged 17, orphan of Robert Crockett, chose Thomas Thompson guardian. Saml. Craig appointed guardian of Jane Bell, infant orphan of James Bell. Lettice Campbell, aged 14, orphan of Gilbert Campbell, chose George Campbell her guardian. Wm. McFeaters appointed guardian to Andrew Crockett, orphan of Robert Crockett. Person:Gilbert Campbell (3)
3:48 1758 Page 243.--17th May, 1758. George Campbell's bond (with Robert McElheny. Robt. Moore) as guardian (chosen) to Lettice Campbell, orphan of Gilbert Campbell.
1:122 1765 AUGUST 20, 1765... Gilbert Campbell exempted from County levy One Gilbert Campbell is dead in 1758, and another is exempted for levy in 1765...so there must be two different GIlbert Cambells that are more or less contemporaries of each other.
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