|83||MAY 17, 1759. (264) Wm. Campbell's will partially proved.
|85||NOVEMBER 22, 1759.... Jacob Clements, witness to will of Wm. Campbell, is dead.
|137||AUGUST 20, 1767.... (235) Anthony Fewell, run away servant of Wm. Campbell
|141||NOVEMBER 18, 1767. (346) Hemp certificates: Christopher Wiiliams, John Moffett, John Mills, Thos. Turk, Wm. Blanton, Wm. Robertson, Wm. Campbell, John Patrick, John Mitchell, Saml. Hamilton, Rob. Stuart, Wallas Estil.
|144||MARCH 15, 1768.... (490) Hemp certificates: John Patterson, John Moore, John Parks, Tim. Caul, Wm. McClellon, Wm. Bear, Wm. Campbell, Michael Coulter, Nathan Peoples, James McCrary, Rob. Whitley, James Hays.
|162||NOVEMBER 20, 1770....Page (149) Elizabeth Campbell complains of her father, William Campbell, that he does not provide for her and his other children--to be summoned.
|166||MARCH 20, 1772.... (338) William Campbell, security for Mary Donald (admx. of husband, Michael O'Donald, since intennarried with John Adair), counter security.--Division between the orphans of Michael ordered.
|184||MARCH 20, 1775....(53) Called Court--William Campbell.
|298||FEBRUARY AND MARCH, 1748....Campbell vs Campbell.--Bond of Patrick Campbell to Maryan (Marion) Campbell, widow and relict of William Campbell, dated 1745. Assignment on back to John Campbell, dated 1747, and signed Maryan Buchanan.
|401||1771||NOVEMBER, 1793 (A to L).... Samuel Hunter vs. Hugh Torbett and Alexander Mitchell.--Chancery.
Spa. 25th July, 1777. Deposition of William Bryan, of Fauquier, taken
Friday, 22d August, 1777, aged thirty years. He is son-in-law of David
Kaile (Haile?). David Kaile deposes at same time he is sixty years and
upwards. James Cunningham deposes, 16th August, 1783, that in May,
1777, Hugh Torbett was selling his land with intention of going to Holston.
After Nathaniel Torbett came from Northward. Alexander Mitchell's answer
says: In 1771 he and other defendant bought a tract of land from
Col. William Campbell, 614 acres, "After the defendants came to Virginia"
(1773). Hugh Brawford and Rachel Brawford were son and daughter of
Samuel Brawford. Rachel was married to William Wallace before 21st
November, 1780, and on that date is about to leave these parts. Susannah
Hunter was wife of Samuel.
|519||SEPTEMBER, 1802 (A to G). Court of Rockbridge versus Steele.--List of delinquents and insolvents in the County Levy for 1796 in the Northeast District, by J. Purris, D. S. for S. Keys, S. R. C.: Abednego Casteel, runaway; William
Campbell, removed to Amherst;
|88-89||Torbett's heirs vs. Campbell--O. S. 47; N. S. 16. Bond 18th November,
1771, by Wm. Campbell and John Tate to Hugh Torbet, of Chester County,
and Alexander Mitchel, of Pennsylvania, Lancaster County. Answer of
Sarah Buchanan Preston, 1805, that she is only child now living of Wm.
Campbell, deceased. She married Francis Preston. Her father died August,
1781. Defendants are, viz: Arthur Campbell, surviving executor of
Margaret Campbell and Francis Preston; and Sarah, his wife, late Campbell,
heiress of Wm. Campbell, deceased. Plaintiffs are, viz: Saml. Torbett,
Anthony Black and Catharine, his wife, late Torbett; Hugh and David
Torbett, Andrew Lockridge and Easter, his wife, late Torbett; Jane and
Nathaniel Torbett, Mary Torbet, an infant, heirs-at-law of Hugh Torbett,
deceased. Bill says: Charles Campbell died 1767 testate, leaving wife
Margaret (father and mother of Gen. Wm. Campbell). Margaret died
about November, 1777. Genl. Wm. Campbell died about 1782, leaving
only one child Sarah, since married to Francis Preston. Thomas Tate
married one of the daughters of Margaret Campbell, deceased. Arthur
Campbell says Genl. William died August, 1781. Charles Campbell died
January, 1767. Copy of Gen. William Campbell's will dated 28th September,
1780, proved in Washington County, 16th April, 1782. Wife Elizabeth,
son Charles Henry, daughter Sarah Buchanan Campbell. Copy of Margaret
Campbell's will dated 13th October, 1777, proved in Washington
County 18th March, 1778. Son William; daughters Elizabeth Taylor, Jean
Tate, Margaret Campbell, Ann Poston; son-in-law Arthur Campbell.
|123|| Roberts vs. Campbell--O. S. 136; N. S. 47--Bill, 17th September,
1809. Orators, Richard and John Roberts, sons of Billingsly
Roberts, who prior to 1780 bought from Arthur Campbell a tract on
North Fork of Holston in Washington County, 500 acres, for which he
was to pay £10,000 in two installments--1st November, 1779, and 1st
November, 1780. Billingsly lived in Maryland and died there in 1790
testate. Margaret Campbell, wife of Arthur, was daughter of Charles
Campbell, to whom the land was granted 22d August, 1753. Thomas
Tate deposes. John Epperson (Apperson) deposes. Gabriel Epperson
deposes (brothers). George Hayton deposes. Genl. Wm. Tate deposes
he settled there in 1783. John Campbell. Deed 8th January, 1800, by
Arthur Campbell and Margaret to William Campbell of Lee County, 773
acres in Washington County. Recorded in Washington County. Deed
16th November, 1781, by Arthur Campbell to Billingsley Roberts. 300
acres, part of tract granted Charles Campbell in 1753, and devised
to his daughter Margaret by his will, 24th August, 1761. Recorded
in Washington County, 20th November, 1781.
|172-173||Drake vs. Campbell--O. S. 214; N. S. 75--Bill, 8th June, 1807.
Orator is John Drake of Kentucky. John Buchanan of Augusta died
testate, leaving remainder to three younger daughters or the
survivors of them come of age. Orator's father, Joseph Drake, in
1773 married Margaret, one of the daughters of John Buchanan. Prior
to 1778 Joseph moved to Kentucky, where in that year he was killed
by the Indians, leaving orator infant of very tender years.
Margaret afterwards married _____ Jones. Josiah Ramsey deposes,
1809, that the Indians were troublesome in Washington County from
1776 to 1779. Col. Robert Sawyers deposes at Fort Chesel in Wythe
County, 1808. He was present at marriage of Joseph Drake and Peggy
Buchanan. John Buchanan, son of Col. John Buchanan, deceased,
grandfather of orator, was second lieutenant in same Company with
deponent in Seventh Regiment of Virginia line on Continental
Establishment and in spring of 1777 was detached under command of
then Col. Morgan from Middle Brook, New Jersey, against Burgoyne,
and was killed at battle of Saratoga. John Floyd sailed in a
privateer against the enemy in the fall of 1776, and returned in
1779. Widow of Col. John Buchanan, deceased, married William
Anderson shortly after marriage of Joseph Drake and some time
before the death of her son John. Patent 23d December, 1779, to Wm.
Campbell and Wm. Preston, executors of John Buchanan, deceased,
assignee of James Patton, deceased, by survey 1749-50, 1,150 acres
part of order of Council to James Patton et als on Sinking
Creek waters of Middle Branch of Indian River. Mary Boyd, wife of
Andrew Boyd and daughter of Col. John Buchanan, deposes in Wythe,
18th November, 1809. Col. William Preston died in 1784. Anna
Buchanan married Ephraim Drake in Kentucky. She was born 28th
November, 1765. Joseph Drake and Margaret Buchanan were married in
March, 1773. Thomas Boyd deposes. Andrew Boyd deposes. Daniel
Young, son of Jacob Young, deposes in Nashville. Col. John
Buchanan's will. John Drake lived in Nicholas County, Kentucky.
Answer by John and Francis Preston, John Breckenridge, and John
Brown, executors of Wm. Preston and administrators with will
annexed of John Buchanan, and also of Elizabeth Madison, John
Preston, Francis Preston, James McDowell and Sarah, his wife,
William Preston, Nathaniel Hart and Susannah, his wife, James P.
Preston, John Lewis and Mariah, his wife, and Letitia, Thomas and
Peggy Preston, infants, by John Preston, their guardian; which said
John, Francis, Elizabeth, Sarah, William, Susannah P., James P.,
Mary, Letitia, Thomas and Peggy are children of William Preston,
deceased. Col. James Dysart, aged 65 years, deposes in Lincoln
County, 22d June, 1808. In 1776 on account of Indians, Joseph Drake
moved to New River near his father's. In 1778 or 1777 he moved to
Kentucky. In 1769 deponent and Joseph made a hunting tour of seven
months in Kentucky; again in 1771 a tour of nine months, and in
1772 a tour of eleven months. Deponent and Col. Buchanan came from
same neighborhood in Ireland and were remotely connected. When
Joseph moved to Kentucky, Anna Buchanan was about 10 or 12 years
old. John Campbell deposes in Washington County, 18th March, 1808,
he is 66 years old. James Buchanan, power of attorney dated Bourbon
County, Virginia, 26th June, 1787. Col. Wm. Donalson deposes in Davidson
County, Tennessee, 5th July, 1808, is 48 years old. Deed 8th July,
1788, by Thomas Madison, attorney for James Buchanan, son and heir
to John Buchanan, deceased, to John Campbell, 1,150 acres in
Washington County on Indian, now called Holstein, River. Recorded
in Washington County. James Newell deposes in Wythe County, was
present at marriage of Joseph Drake. Deponent and Joseph were in
1774 on the Shawnese expedition together. Col. Robert Craig deposes
at own house in Knox County, Kentucky, 18th June, 1808. James
Buchanan deposes 21st March, 1799, at house of Patton Anderson in
Fayette County, Kentucky. James Thompson deposes in Abingdon, 19th
October, 1809, was present at Joseph Drake's marriage; none of
Margaret's people was present except William Buchanan. They were
married at the town house about 17 miles east of Abingdon; there
were present, viz: Ephraim Drake, William Anderson, Widow Cartey,
Peggy Campbell, Anna Campbell et als. Ephraim Drake deposes
in Bedford County, Tennessee, 26th June, 1809. Joseph and Margaret
were married agreeable to the established custom by Mr. Wolsey, a
Baptist preacher; her elder brothers were present. Col. Mathew
Willoughby, aged 59, deposes 26th March, 1813, in Washington
County, Virginia. John Young, son of Jacob, was notorious for
bonestealing; also Daniel Young, son of Jacob. Deed 23d October,
1810, by Margaret Jones, now living in Franklin County, Tennessee,
widow and relict of William Jones, deceased, also of Joseph Drake,
to John Drake, of Bedford County, Tennessee. Recorded in Washington
County, July, 1811. John Campbell answers. When Joseph moved to
Kentucky, Margaret had three brothers, viz: William, killed in
Kentucky; John, killed at Saratoga in 1777; James, now living in
Kentucky. Margaret, widow of Col. Jno. Buchanan, married _____
Anderson and was living with him in Botetourt in 1777. John
Buchanan's will of Augusta County. Sons, James, William and John;
wife, _____, daughter of Col. James Patton; daughter, Mary Boyd;
three younger daughters; nephew, William Campbell.
|186||Walker vs. Reyburn's executors--O. S. 241; N. S. 65--John Walker
of Augusta County, in 1798, bought land from Robert Reyburn of Kentucky,
son of John Reyburn of Augusta. Robert Campbell set up claim and is
dead, leaving heirs, viz: Hugh Campbell, James, John, Robert, William,
Wilson, Stephen, Sally Campbell, Jane, wife of William Stephenson;
Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Rochester. Robert Reyburn is also dead, leaving,
viz: John, William, Robert, James, Polly, Betsy, Susan, Rebecca and Sally
|261|| Campbell vs. Campbell heirs--O. S. 399; N. S. 145--Bill, 1814.
Alexander died, intestate, leaving widow Jane Campbell and children, viz:
Robert, James, Mary, wife of William Blair Donnell, and infants, viz: John,
Samuel, William, Alexander, Jane, Addison Campbell. Joseph Campbell
was son of Dugald Campbell.
|338||1800--August 9, Wm. Campbell and Wm. McPheeters, surety. Wm.
Campbell and Elizabeth McPheeters, daughter of above Wm. McPheeters.
|368|| 1781--September 24th, Catherine and John Spoon, children of Conrad
Spoon, absconded, to be bound. James Wait's will proved; widow Catherine
qualifies executrix. William Campbell's will proved; Eliz. Campbell
qualifies executrix. Gatlive Airy's estate committed to Anthony Reader,
his son-in-law, widow Mary having refused. Isaac Hankle recommended
and qualified Captain, vice Andrew Johnston, resigned, and Wm. Aberman
as Lieutenant vice Robt. Menzies. Robert Harrison qualifies Ensign. John
Ruddle qualifies Lieutenant. Michael Baker qualifies Captain. Saml.
Skidmore, orphan of Saml. Skidmore. Ann Skidmore, widow, has dower
assigned in land sold by her husband to Samuel Skidmore, deceased, father
of the orphan Samuel.
|406||1769--... page 108, William Campbell, Lick;
|419||1766--Mr. Gilbert's list: Francis Bishop, not found, one; Wm.
Bowhannon, not found, one; Wm. Campbell, not found, one; Robt. Eastham, no
estate, three; David Glasburner, not found, one; Robert Jones, not found,
one; Jacob Miller, twice charged, one; Cellun Price, not found, one; John
White, not found, three; Jno. Breading, no estate, one; Volintine Boyers, not
in this county when listed; Martin Crawford, not found, one; James Fowler,
Constable, one; Sam Isham, not found, one; Henry Lung, gone to Carolina,
one; Henry Miller, overcharged, one; Jacob Shull, twice charged, one.
|426||Insolvents and Delinquents, 1790: Arthur Connelly, Jr., removed to
Kentucky; Wm. Edmundson, to Kentucky; Richard Jones, to Kentucky;
Ro. McKitrick, to Kentucky; Thomas Parker, to Pendleton; Joseph White,
to French Broad; Ro. Campbell, to Kentucky; Jno. Johnston, to Philadelphia;
Jno. and Wm. Campbell, to Kentucky; William Hook, to Kentucky;
Adam Liner, to Carolina; Jacob Pearey, to Kentucky; Wm. Shackelford, to
Kentucky; Mary Stuart, to Kentucky; William Davis, to Hampshire; John
Barne, to Russell, Tenn.; Wm. Allison, to Kentucky; Joseph Beck; William
Christian, to Holstein; Robert Gibson, to Pennsylvania; Wm. Kenady, Jr.;
Sam'l Rankin, to French Broad; Zac. Taliaferro, to Amherst; Mary Teas,
to Carolina; John Waddle, to French Broad; John Waddle, Jr., to French
Broad; Peter Waddle, to French Broad; Joshua Taggart, to Kentucky;
James Hamilton, to Amherst; Squire Baldwin, to Penna.; George Cochran,
to French Broad; Cutlive Gabbert, to French Broad; John Hager; Robert
Mays, to Pennsylvania; Henry Sensebaugh, to Holston; John Sensebaugh,
to Holston; John Sterling, to Holston; James Wiley, to Holston; Thomas
Lessley, to Georgia; Harmon Lovingood, to Georgia; John Patterson, to
|441|| Page 154.--1755: John Risk and John Shields processioned as follows,
viz: For Robert Campbell, for James Hunter, for James Trotter, for John
Shields, for James McCutchion, for Widow Campbell, for Widow Campbell,
for Wm. Hunter, for Saml. McCutchen, for Thos. Berry, for John McCutchion,
for David Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for Wm. Ledgerwood.
for James Moffet, for Nathl. Davies, for Nichs. Leeper, for Danl. Downey,
for George Peny, for Saml. Sprowl, for Thos. Kirkpatrick, for Jno.
Kirkpatrick, for Jno. Risk, for Jno. Risk, for Jno. Risk, for James Clark, for
John Shields, Jr., for David Cunningham, for Chas. Berry, for James
Callison, for James Marten, for Josiah Richarts, for David Hays, for Alex.
McFeeters, for James Gilmore, for James Lockhart, for Alex. Richey, for
Jacob Lockhart, for John Peny, for Mathew Willson, for John Willson,
for Widow Patterson, for John McCillery, for James McCillery, for Arter
Hamilton, for Wm. Buntin, for Robert Gamel, for Jno. Buchanan, for
Patrick Cooks (deceased), for David Richey; Wm. Brown (said he was
going to leave his land and didn't care about it).
|455 456||1767||Page 441.--Processioners' returns, by Thos. Shields and Jas. Meteire,
viz: For Patt. Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for Robt. Willson, for Thos.
Brown, for Wm. Thompson, for Pat. Hays, for John Ward, for Wm. Purrens
(Purvens), for James Henry, for Nathl. Steele, for Geo. Bright, for
Roben Mitchel, for Robt. Alexander, for Wm. Walker, for Roben Willson,
for John Mitchell, for James Mitchell, for John Buchanan, for David
Cunningham, for Wm. Campbell, for Thomas Mitchell, for James Meteire, for
Hugh Hays, for Reuben Steele, for Thomas Steele, for Thomas Shields,
for David Doake, for John Teate, for Samuel Doake, for Samuel Brawford,
for James Cowan, for Saml. McCutchen, for Alex. Campbell, for James
Moffett, for Wm. Cunningham, for David Doake, for Hugh Fulton and
James Fulton, for Saml. Steele, for Alex. Brownlee, for John Brownlee.
|462||1759|| Page 260.--1759: Processioned by James Gilmore and Samuel McCutcheon,
viz: For David Cunningham, for Mathew Wilson, for John Buchanan,
for Charles Berry, for Robert Gaml, for Thos. Berry, for David Hays, for
James Bower, for Alex. Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for James Moffett,
for Arthur Hamilton, for Samuel Downey, for James Callison, for Alex.
McFeeters, for David Campbell, for James McCutcheon, for John
McCutcheon, for Wm. McCutcheon, for Wm. Sprowl, for Wm. Martin, for
James Trotter, for Samuel McCutcheon, for Wm. McCutcheon, Jr., for
James Hunter, for Robert Campbell, for John Risk, for James Gilmore, for
Francis Donalay, for Wm. Ledgerwood, for Capt. James Lockhart, for Wm.
|469||Samuel Bell's Declaration, July, 1834: Mentions George Moffett, Joseph
Patterson, Andrew Anderson, John Dickenson, Samuel McDowell, _____
Arbuckle, Robert Renick, John Wilson, William Anderson, James Mitchell,
Joseph Brown, Thomas Smith, John Bell, George Craig, Robert Fulton,
Col. Campbell, Robert Kirk, James Bell, George Keller, Col. William Campbell.
|502||Henry Cartmill's Declaration, September 7th, 1832: Born in Chester
County, Penna., in 1754; his father removed to Augusta when declarant
was an infant. In 1761 he removed to James River in the present County
of Botetourt. In 1779 he was commissioned Ensign of Militia; marched
against the Indians under Capt. James Smith to Noly Chucky, a branch
of Holstein. On the road he was joined by the Company of Capt. James
Barrett from Roanoke. They found 400 men at Noly Chucky under General
William Campbell. In 1780 he was commissioned Lieutenant of Militia
and marched under Capt. James Smith to Yorktown. In 1779 he marched
under Capt. Hugh Logan as Ensign to the relief of Fort Donnelly. On
the road Capt. Hall met them and they returned.
|508||1742|| Capt. John Christian's List: John Christian, Captain; William Christian,
Lieutenant; Fran Betty, Ensign; Jhn. Holms, Josep Read, Finley McClewr,
George Camble, George Caldwell, Wm. Caldwell, Alex. Thompson, Jas.
Caldwell, Isaac McCulough, Jas. Armstrong, Wm. Armstrong, Thos.
Henderson, Wm. Henderson, Rob Conigham, Wm. Conigham, Thos. Black,
Wm. Johnston, Joh Davison, And. Cowin, Jas. Moody, Jas. Willson, Niol.
Leeper, Jno. Turk, Wm. Adams, David Mitchel, Rob. Ramsey, George
Breakinsed, John Mitchel, Jas. Fulton, John Fulton, John Brownlee, Chas.
Camble, Jas. Camble, Will Camble', Jno. Buchanan, Nathan McClewer, Jas.
Robinson, Antho Black, Will Long, Thos. Bell, Jas. Bell, Jno. Black, Wm.
Robinson, Thos. Shields, And. McCord, Thos. Beans, Arth. Hamilton, And.
Scott, John Maxwell, Pat. Barney, Alex. Brackinsedg, Rob. Brackinsedg,
James Brackinsedg, _____ McCoulough, Jas. Miler, Rob. McClenachan,
Jno. Doacke, Sam Doacke, Patt Hayes, And. Boyd, Jas. Black, Alex.
Fordice, David Steel, Moses Thompson, John Thompson, And. Russell, Rand
McDonel, Hug Martine, Joh Robinson, Jas. Beans, Rob. Alexander, Ths.
|509||1742|| Capt. John Willson's Lists: John Wilson, Captain; Sam Calehison,
Nathan Lusk, John Shields, John Greer, John Patterson, George Davison.
John Hunter, Wm. Hunter, James Hunter, John Rusk, James Clark, Wm.
Vance, Rob Croket, John Trumble, Wm. King, Sa. Walace, John Spear,
Thomas Peery, Alex. McConnel, Rob. Young, James Young, Jacob Lockard,
Patt. Cook, James Lockard, William McCutcheon, James McCutcheon, Rob.
McCutcheon, Alex. Crocket, Wm. Camble, Nathl. Davis, James Philip,
John Barclay, James Lusk, James Trumble, Benj. Walker, Wm.
Leadgerwood, Morris Offral, Rob Davies, John Brown, Wm. McClantok, Wm.
Johnson, John Young, Hugh Young, Thos. Kirkpatrick, David Camble,
|49||Page 259.--2d March, 1753. Alexander Campbell's will--To son (youngest)
Alexander, plantation testator lives on; to wife, maintenance; to daughter
Florence; to daughter Mary; to daughter Jane. Executors, son William,
and William Ledgerwood. Teste: Pat. Cunningham, Robt. Campbell,
Walter Davis. Proved, 16th August, 1758, by Cunningham and Davis.
Executors qualified with Hugh Young, Pat. Campbell.
|56||Page 343.--5th October, 1754. William Campbell's will--To sons James
and John; to daughters Mary Clements, Margaret Gillham, Elizabeth Price,
Mary Ann Ashton, Rachel Carlile; son-in-law Thos. Gillham; daughter
Margaret Gillham's children, 100 acres, part of testator's home plantation;
son, Samuel. Executrix, Sarah. Teste: Jacob Clements, Chas. Gillham.
(No certificate of Probate.)
|Person:William Campbell (141)||Executrix given as "Sarah", presumably the wife, implying Sarah Gay wife of WIlliam Campbell (141)
|84||Page 334.--25th June, 1757. James Moffett's will, farmer--Sons, John
and James Moffett, the plantation to be divided between them by a line
beginning at middle of Wm. Ledgerwood's pasture, cross the Hasle Bottom,
thence to James Carr's land; to daughter, Elizabeth; daughter, Mary;
son-in-law, John Berryhill, and his wife, Rachel Berryhill; son James
is infant; daughters, Martha and Elizabeth; daughter, Jane; to son-in-law
Wm. Campbell and his wife Margrett; to Ann Miller, 1 dollar. Executors,
Wm. Ledgerwood and James Mitchell. To son-in-law James Berryhill.
Teste: Wm. Edmiston, Arthur Hamilton, Robt. Alexander. Proved, 26th
March, 1764, by Edmiston and Hamilton. Executors refuse to execute and
James Moffett is granted administration, who qualifies with Arthur
Hamilton and Walter Smiley.
|110||Page 234.--26th August, 1769. William Preston's bond (with Robert
Breckinridge, John Mills, David Robinson, Wm. Campbell, George Skillern,
John Taylor, Patrick Campbell) as executor of James Patton.
|139||Page 316.--18th January, 1775. William Campbell's bond (with Daniel
Smith, John Davis) as executor of Hugh Campbell.
|140|| Page 342.--19th March, 1771. Hugh Campbell's will--To wife, Esther;
to 3 sons and 2 daughters, William, Hugh, Charles, Esther, Marthew; to
son, Robert. Executors, John Magill, Wm. Campbell. Teste: Andrew
Scott, Robert Fowler, John Davis. 18th January. 1775--Dedimus to Danl.
and Abraham Smith to examine Robert Fowler. Executed 6th February,
1775. Proved, 17th January, 1775, by John Davis. Dedimus for Robert
Fowler who is very sick. Administration granted to William Campbell,
no bond. 22d March, 1775--Proved by Fowler's deposition and recorded.
John Magill qualifies with Abraham Smith, Saml. Gibson.
|152|| Page 49.--19th June, 1775. Charles (mark) Campbell's will--To wife,
Mary; to son, William; to son, Robert, three children--Hugh, Robert, and
Sarah; to other children, division to be made by son John, and Charles,
executors. Teste: John Wilson, William Campbell. Proved, 17th November,
by the witnesses, and Charles Campbell qualifies.
|189||Page 237.--12th June, 1789. Thomas Stuart's estate appraised by Walter
Davis, Samuel Long, Joseph Colter.... Page 244.--List of book debts due Thomas Stuart--By John Allison
(Middle River); James Bates, Jr.; Manis Burgey; James Buchanan (near
John Tate's); ditto (Burden's Land); John Bell, son to the widow; Wm.
Burbridge; Wm. Barnett (Rockfish); John Caldwell (son Samuel); John
Cock (Mason); Jno. Campbell (son to Henry); Robt. Campbell (son to
widow); Robt. Cowan (son to James); William Campbell (Sander's son);
Robt. Campbell (Smith);
|231||Page 156.--26th August, 1807. William McPheeters' will--To wife,
Rachel; daughter Rebecca Gamble, wife to Jno. Gamble; to daughter. Polly
Kelso, wife to Charles Kelso, daughter, Patsey Walker, wife to Joseph
Walker; daughter, Rachel Logan, wife to John Logan; son, William;
daughter, Elizabeth Campbell, wife to William Campbell (to be paid to
Rev. Samuel Brown, Jacob Kinney, Wm. McPheeters as trustees); to
Sophronia McPheeters, daughter to son James, deceased; to Philander
McPheeters, son to son James, deceased; to Theophilus McPheeters, son
to son James, deceased; to Jas. Augustus McPheeters, son to son James,
deceased. Executors, wife Rachel, Jacob Kinney, Wm. McPheeters, Jr.
Teste: Jno. Young, Jno. Moffett, Jr.; James and Robt. Trimble. Proved,
23d November, 1807. Jacob and William qualify.
|248|| Page 375.--25th June, 1769. John Buchanan's will--Lands on Reed
Creek called Anchor and Hope, and 500 acres on New River where Adam
Harman lived; to sons, James, William, and John (all under 30); to wife
and children, tract where Walter Stewart lives; to daughter, Mary Boyd,
wife to Andrew Boyd; to three youngest daughters; to George Wilson; to
relative, James Buchanan, merchant in this county. Executors, Col. Andrew
Lewis, Col. Wm. Preston, and nephew Wm. Campbell. Teste: John
Smith, Robt. Breckinridge, Wm. Thompson, Jno. McClellan. Proved, 16th
August, 1769. Preston and Campbell qualify; and 23d February, 1818, the
will not having been recorded a certified copy is now ordered to be spread
|283||Page 532.--28th February, 1749. Same to James Rosebrough, 240
acres in Beverley Manor. Patent line of Beverley Manor. Teste: Arthur
Hamilton, William Campbell.
|294||Page 300.--28th May, 1751. Alexander Campbell to Michael Rally, 166
acres in Beverley Manor; corner Wm. Campbell in James Moffett's line;
Widow Mitchell's corner; James Patton's corner. Delivered: Jas. Mitchell,
18th May, 1773. Teste: Walter Davis, William Campbell.
|297||Page 438.--27th August, 1751. Jacob Clemence and Mary, to John
Campbell, 202 acres on Calf Pasture where Jacob lives; corner Wm. Campbell.
Teste: Thomas Gillham, Loftes Pullin.
|361|| Page 309.--4th October, 1760. Robert Brooke and Mary, of Essex
County, to John Hunter, £40, 500 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley,
26th November, 1741; corner Wm. Campbell; James Miles' line; Wm.
Robinson's corner; Robt. Moffet's line. Teste: Robert ( ) Hunter, Wm.
Palmer, Samuel Hunter, John ( ) McCallam.
|381||Page 183.--1st July, 1760. Jomes ( ) Birk and Lucretia, of Cumberland
County, North Carolina, to Thomas Walker, of Albemarle, £40, 100
acres on Goose Creek, William Campbell's line. Teste: Wm. Ingles,
James Bane, Jno. Hawkins. Delivered: Thomas Madison, 11th March,
|438||Page 430.--21st October, 1765. Daniel McAnare and Hannah ( ) to
Buchanan and Thompson, executors of Col. James Patton, £100, 390 acres
on a branch of Woods River, part of a large tract patented to Col. James
Patton; corner land of Wm. Sayers; corner Harman's land. Delivered:
William Campbell, December, 1770.
|453|| Page 311.--18th May, 1767. Thomas Teat (Tate) and Ann to George
Bright, £28, 170 acres in Beverley Manor on the head of a branch of South
River; David Hays line. Teste: James Tate, Wm. Campbell, Robert Doak.
Delivered: George Bright, November, 1770.
|456||Page 403.--10th June, 1767. Same to same, £6, two tracts, A containing
200 acres conveyed by Henry Brown to Thomas Walker, 20th August,
1760, on Goose Creek; B conveyed by James Burk to Thomas Walker, 100
acres, William Campbells line.
|475||Page 85.--16th August, 1768. John Campbell ( ) and Ann ( ) (the
name is also written Mary, but signed Ann) to John Carlisle, £75, 202
acres on the Calf Pasture, part of tract Jacob Clemons formerly lived on,
corner William Campbell; also 50 acres joining said land, the way the
Big Creek runs, if divided. Teste: J. Murray, William Hamilton, Robt.
|487||Page 487.--22d May, 1769. Wallace Harrison to Richard and Peter
Footman, merchants of Philadelphia, mortgage, £453.18.8, on North River
Shanandoah, part of tract called the Great Plain, patented to James Wood,
12th January, 1746, 210 acres; also one tract near above, joining dividing
line, between His Majesty and Lord Fairfax, and the lands of Michael
Neece (Nees), 270 acres, patented to Mary Wood, 27th June, 1764; both
conveyed to Mathew by Mary Wood by deed of even date herewith. Teste:
William Campbell, Robert Wood, Alexander White.
|492|| Page 111.--22d May, 1769. Mary Wood, of Frederick, to Alexander
White, Gent., of Frederick, and Elizabeth, his wife, deed gift, £__,
marriage between Alexander and Elizabeth, daughter of Mary; on North
River of Shanandoah, part of a tract called the Great Plains patented to
James Wood, deceased, 12th January, 1746; corner on line between Mathew
Harrison and said Alexander White according to the division of said plain
made by Robert Rutherford, Daniel Holeman and Thomas Moore; line
between His Majesty and Lord Fairfax, 165 acres. Teste: Robt. Wood,
William Campbell, Jno. Magill, Jno. McGill, M. Harrison. Delivered:
Alexander White, Gent., 28th May, 1770.
|493|| Page 122.--7th October, 1769. Frances Smith and Anne (Agness, signed
Anne) to Robert Finley, £50, 272 acres patented to Francis, 6th April,
1769, on waters of Catawbo; said Smith's line; William Hutchison's line;
Riely's line. Teste: William Campbell, John Tatham, William Preston.
|493|| Page 152.--22d May, 1769. Mary Wood, of Frederick, to Mathew
Harrison, £__, marriage heretofore celebrated between Mathew and Mary's
daughter, Mary, deceased, on North River of Shanandoah, part of a tract
called the Great Plain, patented to James Wood, deceased, 12th January,
1746, 210 acres; also one tract adjoining Fairfax's line and the lands of
Michael Nees, 270 acres, patented to Mary Wood, 27th June, 1764. Teste:
Robt. Wood, William Campbell, Alexander White, Jno. Magill. Delivered:
William McDowell, August, 1780.
|505||Page 24.--20th March, 1770. Hugh Campbell to James Campbell, £5,
5 acres on Andersons Branch of North River of Shanandore, part of a
larger tract, Robert Fowler's line. Teste: John and William Campbell, John
|507||Page 115.--19th March, 1771. David Campbell and Mary ( ) to
James Trotter, £282.10, 234 acres, part of his old survey in Beverley Manor,
conveyed to David by Beverley, 28th May, 1741, Pat. Cook's line; also
110 acres conveyed by same to David, 27th February, 1749, corner said
Campbell. Teste: William Campbell, Wm. Lockhart. Delivered: Samuel
Trotter. 21st October, 1772.
|509||Page 202.--21st May, 1771. Alexander Campbell and Jean ( ) to
Thomas Steel. £107, 113 acres in Beverley Manor, corner David Campbell.
William Ledgerwood and William Campbell's corner; corner William and
David Campbell. Teste: William Has. Delivered: Thomas Steel 17th
|516|| Page 75.--18th March, 1772. John Tate and Mary to James Tate. Teste:
William Campbell. Wm. Livingston. Thomas Tate.
|520||Page 230.--19th May, 1772. Beverley to John Bunton, £48, 320 acres in
Beverley Manor; corner Wm. Ledgerwood, William Campbell, Thomas
Steele; line of the Meeting House Place. Delivered: John Bunton, August
|522||Page 363.--18th August, 1772. William Campbell to David Steel, £112;
corner Alexander Campbell; corner David Cunningham (the 80 acres
that David Campbell got from his father. Delivered: David Steel, 22d
|542||Page 42.--11th March, 1775. John Davidson, Sr., and Sarah and John
Davidson, Jr., and Mary to William Campbell, 228 acres by patent 6th
April, 1748. Teste: John Peden.
|558|| Page 19.--26th April, 1773. Privy examination of Sarah, wife of John
Davidson, deed to William Campbell, 12th March, 1779, before George
Boswell and Thomas Hewitt.
|559|| Page 19.--26th April, 1773. Privy examination of Sarah, wife of John
Davidson, deed to William Campbell, 12th March, 1779, before George
Boswell and Thomas Hewitt.
|561||Page 172.--17th September, 1779. Part of 380 acres patented to Robert
Brown, 10th June, 1740, and by him conveyed to James Trotter, and thence
to said Samuel Trotter. Teste: John Lowry, William Campble, William
Henderson, John ( ) Meglamery.
|588||Page 378.--Tract left to William Campbell (wife Elizabeth) by will of
his father, Charles Campbell, deceased, part of 400 acres patented to John
Anderson, 20th June, 1740, and conveyed to Charles, 1747.
|590||Page 30.--17th September, 1790. Privy examination of Elizabeth
Campbell, wife of William Campbell, deed to John Voice dated _____