Person:Robert Campbell (59)

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Robert Campbell, of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, VA
d.Bef. 19 Aug 1768 Augusta County, Virginia
m. 1672
  1. John Campbell1674 - 1741
  2. Hugh CampbellABT 1678 - BEF 1774
  3. Robert Campbell, of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, VAABT 1678 - Bef 1768
  4. Dugald CampbellABT 1680 - 1772
  5. William Campbell, of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, VAABT 1680 - BEF 1770
  6. James Campbell, of the James River, Augusta County, VA1682 - Bef 1754
  7. Mary Polly CampbellABT 1686 -
  • HRobert Campbell, of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, VAABT 1678 - Bef 1768
  • WMargaret Unknownbef 1683 - aft 1768
m. abt. 1700
  1. Charles Campbell1703 -
  2. Hugh Campbell1714 - 1774
Facts and Events
Name Robert Campbell, of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, VA
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1678 Drumboden, County Donegal, Ireland
Marriage abt. 1700 Irelandto Margaret Unknown
Death? Bef. 19 Aug 1768 Augusta County, Virginia

Robert Campbell was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Issues

An 1768 DOD has been applied to both Robert (59), and Robert (55)

Known Roberts

WeRelate DOBDODDOMSPouseFatherMotherNotesIssues
Person:Robert Campbell (59)16781768c1700MargaretOf CalfpastureNo evidence for vita, spouse; presence on Calfpasture is conjectural; may be the same person as Robert (55), or another Robert.
Person:Robert Campbell (55)c17121768John (205)Grace Hays
Person:Robert Campbell (60)c1715 Alexander (46)
Person:Robert Campbell (53) c17181)1755 2)c1765c17651)Ann/Nancy;
2) Margaret Kilpatrick
William (125)Mary Byers
Person:Robert Campbell (49)<1720c1775SarahLived at western Edge of Beverley Manor on Cathay's River; Acquired 350 acres from Beverley in 1740; 200 acres of the 350 is deeded to the "church Wardens and vestrymen" by "Gentleman John Campbell".The Justice. White 1902 has him as the son of John Campbell=Elizabeth Walker.
Person:Robert Campbell (57)1742Robert (55)
Person:Robert Campbell (63) c1745<1778Mary HackettHugh It is possible that Mary is a daughter, not wife. In either case, "Hackett" is presumably her married name. In the case that she was Robert's wife, she had remarried.
Person:Robert Campbell (64)c174618041766Rebecca WallaceJohn (216)Elizabeth WalkerRobert the Cutler, died 1814 in Mason County KY
>Person:Robert Campbell (71)c1748 1770 Elizabeth Donaghe
Person:Robert Campbell (87)1754 Charles (39) Mary Trotter
Person:Robert Campbell (56)175518321785Rebecca McDonaldDavid (46)Mary HamiltonEnsign at Kings Mountain
Person:Robert Campbell (74)Robert (64)Rebecca Wallace
Person:Robert Campbell (88)1788-1793none"the Hatter"; had brother George, sister Jennet.
Person:Robert Campbell (89) George (71)Agness
Person:Robert Campbell (58)>1785 Frances EwellRobert (56)Rebbeca McDonald
Records for Robert Campbell in Old Augusta

Family

A number of lines of Campbells in Old Augusta, especially on Beverley's Manor, trace their lineage to the sons of Duncan Campbell and Mary McCoy. Evidence that Duncan and Mary were actually their parents, has not come to hand, and given the issues associated with this couple, the connection may be apocryphal.
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A number of lines of Campbells in Old Augusta, especially on Beverley's Manor, trace their lineage to the sons of Duncan Campbell and Mary McCoy. Evidence that Duncan and Mary were actually their parents, has not come to hand, and given the issues associated with this couple, the connection may be apocryphal.


Probate

  • Page 146.—19th August, 1768. Margaret (her mark) and Hugh Campbell's bond (with Charles Campbell) as administrators of Robert Campbell.
  • Page 154.--15th November, 1768. Robert Campbell's appraisement (by Wm. McPheeters, Morris O'Freil, John Mophet), recorded.

Land

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 90.--20th August, 1765. Robert Campbell and Margret ( ) to Charles Campbell, £30, 220 acres; corner Charles Campbell; corner John Erwin. Teste: James ( ) Trotter, John ( ) Craney, Jno. Trimble.

Notes

From "History of the Campbell Family", By Henry James Lee, pg. 72:

Robert and Dugal Campbell removed from Pennsylvania to Orange County, Virginia, and Patrick, Robert and David Campbell, sons of John Campbell, went to St. Mark's parish, Orange County, between 1732 and 1741. Subsequently Patrick Campbell settled in Augusta County, Virginia. Other records of Virginia at this period show that, in 1738, surveys of land in Augusta County were had by Robert Campbell and Patrick Campbell; also that, in 1746, James Campbell was the owner of 570 acres of land in the same county. Charles Campbell and Hugh Campbell also settled in Virginia at this time.


From Augusta County Records:

28 August 1750 O. S., p. 415 On the Petition of Sundry the Inhabitants of the Calf Pasture for a Road from Wm Gays to Robert McCutcheons & from thence to Robert Campbells It is Ordered that Robert McCutcheon with Wm Elliot Thomas Fulton, John Meek, John Gay, William Gay, Thomas Meek, John Gay, John Fulton & James Sevenson Clear & keep the same in repair According to Law.

28 May 1751 O. S., p. 566 On the Petition of Robert Campbell & Others It is Ordered that John McCreary Wm Lockart and James Wilson lay of a Road from between Captain Wilsons and John McCrearys to the South Side of James Lockarts Field thence to the South Side James Wilsons Field and from thence the Nearest and best Way by Capt Christians to the Road that Leads from Pattons Mill to the Tinkling Spring and It is further Ordered that James Lockart John Wilson James Wilson, and James Moody be Overseers and with the Titheable persons within four Miles on Each Side of the sd Road they Clear and keep the same in repair According to Law. & that the sd Lockart & Wilson lay of their Respective Gangs & precincts

20 May 1752 O. S., p. 248 On the Petition of Sundry the Inhabitants of the Calf Pasture It is Ordered that William Smith be Overseer and with the following Persons Vizt. William Elliot, Robert McCutcheon, William Smith, William Ramsey John Mocke, Robert Foyle, Wm Guy, James Stevenson Robt. Gay, John Guy Samuel Looney, Samuel Guy, John Hanley John Smith and John McGinney he Clear a Road from William Guys to Robert McCutcheons Mill and from thence to Robert Campbells and that with the above mentioned Titheables he keep the Same in repair According to Law.

19 May 1753 N. S., p. 457 On the Petition of Sundry the Inhabitants It is Ordered that a Road be Cleared from Browns Bridge to the Glebe Land and that Robert Campbell and John Trimble be Surveyors and with James Lusk Robert Robeson, Samuel McCutcheon William Hunter, James Hunter, Robert Campbells Man, Mathew Wilson William Wilson, John Wilson jur. John McCreary, James McCreary, Thos Kilpatrick & Son, James Peiry James Clark, John Clark, James Clark jr Jacob Lockart, James Lockart, John Bartley Josias Richards, Wm Martin, George Berry, William Mcfeeters, John Mcfeeters Wm Mcfeeters jr. John Jameson Patrick Martin Joseph Martin William Ward, Maurice Offriel, Robert Philips Robert Davis Thomas Reed, Robert Scot John Vance William Akry, Andrew Foster, James Bell, Wm Bell, Andrew Steel & his Man, Alexander McKenny John McKenny, John Spear, Patrick McCroskey Abraham Shaw, John McClenhan, Robert McClenhan, Robert Young John McCutcheon John Young, Samuel McCutcheon Samuel Young Hugh Young, & his Man, William McClintock, Thomas Peiry John Campbell James McCutcheon George Peiry and Duncan McFarland they Clear and keep the Same in repair According to Law

19 May 1753 N. S., p. 457 On the Petition of Sundry the Inhabitants It is Ordered that a Road be Cleared from Browns Bridge to the Glebe Land and that Robert Campbell and John Trimble be Surveyors and with James Lusk Robert Robeson, Samuel McCutcheon William Hunter, James Hunter, Robert Campbells Man, Mathew Wilson William Wilson, John Wilson jur. John McCreary, James McCreary, Thos Kilpatrick & Son, James Peiry James Clark, John Clark, James Clark jr Jacob Lockart, James Lockart, John Bartley Josias Richards, Wm Martin, George Berry, William Mcfeeters, John Mcfeeters Wm Mcfeeters jr. John Jameson Patrick Martin Joseph Martin William Ward, Maurice Offriel, Robert Philips Robert Davis Thomas Reed, Robert Scot John Vance William Akry, Andrew Foster, James Bell, Wm Bell, Andrew Steel & his Man, Alexander McKenny John McKenny, John Spear, Patrick McCroskey Abraham Shaw, John McClenhan, Robert McClenhan, Robert Young John McCutcheon John Young, Samuel McCutcheon Samuel Young Hugh Young, & his Man, William McClintock, Thomas Peiry John Campbell James McCutcheon George Peiry and Duncan McFarland they Clear and keep the Same in repair According to Law