Person:William Campbell (140)

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m. BEF 1740
  1. Sarah CampbellABT 1740 -
  2. Hugh CampbellABT 1741 -
  3. Jane Campbell1743 -
  4. Robert Campbell1745 -
  5. Robert Campbell1745 - aft 1809
  6. William Campbell1747 -
  7. Esther CampbellABT 1749 - ABT 1813
  8. Martha CampbellABT 1752 -
  9. Charles Campbell1753 -
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Name William Campbell
Gender Male
Christening[1] April 1747 Augusta County, Virginia[bapt. by Rev. John Craig]
Birth? 16 APR 1747 Prob. Augusta County, Virginia

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Known Williams

WeRelateDOBDODDOMSpouseFatherMotherNotes
Person:William Campbell (141)1697 1754 Sarah Gay DOB often given as 1674, probably based on Drumaboden genealogy.
Person:William Campbell (137)c1709 Alexander (46)
Person:William Campbell (129)c1715 William (125) Calfpasture
Person:William Campbell (123)c1720 Margaret Buchanan Patrick (11) Elizabeth Taylor
Person:William Campbell (85)1745 1781 1767 Elizabeth Henry Charles (31) Margaret BuchananKing's Mountain
Person:William Campbell (140)1747 Hugh (25) Esther McGill
Person:William Campbell (136)17481845 c1770 Mary Allison David (55) Jane Cunningham To Kentucky
Person:William Campbell (133)c1770 David (48)
Person:William Campbell (188) Charles Mary Trotter
Person:William Campbell (x)


Records for William 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.
References
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    Baptism by Rev. John Craig:

    April 1747. - Hugh Campbell a child baptized named William.