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Person:Alexander Campbell (46) 16851753 c1707 ?  ? ?
Person:Alexander Campbell (47) ? Alexander (46)  ?
Person:Alexander Campbell (44)1720 c1787 William (125) Mary Byers
Person:Alexander Campbell (70)1750 18061786 Janet Smith ?  ?
Person:Alexander Campbell (43)1761 1816 1782 Mary Lockhart Robert (53) Ann/Nancy
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Records for Alexander Campbell in Old AugustaDied AugustaDied PennsylvaniaDied Ireland/Scotlandwent to Kentuckywent to the Carolinas


2:435 1748 [1748] Page 22.--William McFeters and Patrick Martin report, viz: Processioned for James Bell, Maurice Ofrail; Wm. King, Samuel Wallace, Hugh Young, John Trimble, Wm. McFeters, Jacob Lockhart, Thos. Kirkpatrick, James Clerk, John McCery, Nathan Patterson, Capt. John Wilson, Robert Campbell, Andrew Pickens and Wm. Martin, Robert Campbell, David Campbell, James Lockhart, David Cunningham, Alex. Campbell, Patrick Cook, Patrick Martin. These not processioned, viz: Jas. Bell, John Risk, Capt. John Wilson, John McCutcheon.
3:283 1749 Page 632.--28th February, 1749. Same to David Campbell, 106 acresin Beverley Manor. Corner Alexander Campbell; corner David Cunningham. Teste: William Christian, Samuel Steel, John Christian.
3:294 1749 Page 625.--28th February, 17[49]. William Beverley to David Cunningham, 226 acres in Beverley Manor. Land formerly belonging to John McCutchin but is since divided between him and his sons. James McCutchan's. line (son of John); corner Patrick Cunningham; Alexander Campbell's line; David Campbell's line. Teste: Patrick Martin, John Trimble.
3:294 1751 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. Widow Mitchell is probably Martha Mitchell, whose property cornered on the 555 ac parcel of Alexander Campbell (46).
3:294 1751 Page 304.--28th May, 1751. Alexander Campbell, wheelwright, to David Campbell, Jr., 80 acres in Beverley Manor; corner tract surveyed for Wm. Campbell; corner David Campbell's other survey.
1:307 1752 NOVEMBER, 1752. Campbell vs. Campbell.--Moses Campbell, of Augusta County, obligor to Daniel and Alexander Campbell (of King George?), gone to Carolina in 1752 (he lived on South River). Not found in 1751 and 1750. Alexander and Daniel Campbell of King George County. See: Genforum
3:303 1752 Page 268.--20th May, 1752. Alexander Campbell, farmer, to William Campbell, 200 acres. In Beverley Manor, at his father's and Wm. Ledgerwood's corner; his father's and his brother David's corner; his brother Robert's corner; James Moffet's line. Teste: Arthur Hamilton, Samuel Henderson. Legerwood owned property adjacent to ALexander Campbell (46)
3:49 1753 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. Person:Alexander Campbell (46)
1:311 1754 AUGUST, 1754. (C)....Alexander and Daniel Campbell vs. Thomas Dove.--Alexander and Daniel of King George County, 1750. Affidavit by Daniel in Frederick County, 1752. ALexander and Daniel Campbell of King George County. See: Genforum
3:50 1758 Page 275.--11th November, 1758. Alex. Campbell's appraisement, by David Cunningham, Jas. McCutchen, Saml. McCutchen.
2:462 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.
3:385 1762 Page 358.--19th May, 1762. Alex. Henderson to Alex. Campbell, £20, 100 acres granted to Henderson by James Edmiston, 17th March, 1757, on the Red Bank on South River of Shanando. Acknowledged. Delivered: Alex. Campbell, May, 1765.
1:123 1765 AUGUST 24, 1765. (528) Wm. Ralston exempted from levy. George Wilson, witness from Hampshire--80 miles. Wm. Bryans exempted from County levy. Alexr. Campbell added to tithables.
3:431 1765 Page 211.--20th August, 1765. Alex. ( ) Campbell and Frances ( ) to Alex. Stewart, £62, 100 acres on South River, on Red Banks, conveyed to Campbell by Alex. Henderson, 19th May, 1762, who purchased it from James Edmondson, 17th March, 1757.
1:343 1766 NOVEMBER, 1766 (B)....Thompson vs. Alexander and Andrew Campbell, of Augusta. 1764.
3:442 1766 Page 10.--19th August, 1766. Robert Beverley to Joseph Mays, £10, 205 acres in Beverley Manor. Alexander Campbell's line, Samuel Braford's line; corner James Mitchell, to the beginning by Francis Beatey. Delivered: Jos. Mays, May, 1767.
2:456 1767 [c1767] 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.
3:496 1770 Page 241.--80th March, 1770. George Martin and Mary ( ) to James Rodgers, £50, 100 acres on South River of Shanando; Christian Clemons' land. Teste: John and James Rodgers, Alexander Campbell.
3:3:500 1770 Page 402.--20th June, 1770. Joseph Mays and Rebecca to Robert Jamison, £45, 205 acres in Beverley Manor on head branches of Christian's Creek; Alexander Campbell's line; Samuel Brafford's line; corner James Mitchel.
3:509 1771 Page 198.--21st May, 1771. Alexander Campbell and Jean ( ) to Joseph Henderson, £200, 520 acres in Beverley Manor on a branch of Lewis Creek, James McCorkle's line. Delivered: Joseph Henderson, 18th January, 1773. Teste: John Hind.
3:514 1771 Page 465.--19th November, 1771. Robert Beverley to David Cunningham, £15, 150 acres in Beverley Manor, corner Wm. Bunton and Alex. Campbell. Delivered Pat. Buchanan. 16th February, 1773.
3:522 1772 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 February, 1774.
3:538 1780 Page 289.--John Lyle, Sr., to Mathew Donald. Delivered to Alex. Campbell, June, 1780.
2:360 1786 1786--... September 21st, Alex. Campbell and Jennet Smith;
2:295 1791 1791--April 30, Michael Goodlink and Margaret Campbell, daughter of Alex. Campbell (consent); witness, Ro. Porterfield; surety, John Campbell,
1:280 1795 APRIL 22, 1795. (263-264) Alex. Campbell exempted from levy on account of his infirmity.
2:321 1795 1795---September 29, Henry Speck and Thos. Turk Jr., surety. Henry Speck and Jane Campbell, daughter of Alex. Campbell (consent). Teste: Jacob Coyner, Alex. Campbell, Jr., Thom. Turke.
2:324 1797 1797--May 20, Alex. Campbell and Hugh Paul, surety. Alex. Campbell and Peggy Brown, of age, daughter of Thos. Brown, deceased, Eliz. Brown (consent).
2:356 1797 1797, March 23d--By Rev. Jno. Montgomery: .... May 22d, Alex. Campbell and Peggy Brown;
2:345 1800 1800--September 8, James White and Alex. Campbell, surety. James White and Mary Campbell, daughter of Alex. Campbell) (consent), and of age. Teste: Alexander Campbell and Andrew Campbell.
2:144-145 1804 Alexander Campbell and Jane his wife, of Rockingham County, vs. Herring--O. S. 176; N. S. 62--Bill 29th May, 1804. Jane is one of sisters of the full blood of William Herring, late of Rockingham, who died intestate. At time of his death complainants lived in Ireland, where the other sisters now reside, but shortly afterwards removed to Rockingham. Thomas Herring of Rockingham, claiming as half-brother of William, administered. Answer questions Jane's relationship to William. Thomas Heron left Ireland about forty years ago. There was a coroner's inquest on William's body. He was drowned. Agreement dated 16th August, 1792, between the subscribers and William Herron, schoolmaster. William is to teach an English school at following rates, viz: for £30 he is to teach for one year and to have his boarding, washing, and lodging. He is to teach the scholars well and truly in Reading, Writing and also Arethmetick, with care and attention. 3d October the school is to commence. Jacob Lincoln, Solm. (?) Mathews, John Bordine (?), Jacob Custard, David Brumfield, Jos. Lair, Cornelius Bryan, Michael Warren, Jesse Ray, Hannah Haus, Thomas Bryan, Thomas May, David Caufman, George Crisman, William Gray, Thomas Bryan, Sr., Isaac Wisman, Wm. Ralston, Dives Bryan, John Bryan, Samuel Dehart, Mr. Traverse, Evin Thomas (Subscribers). Endorsed Linvills Creek School Article. Articles of Agreement, 27th November, 1790, between subscribers and William Herron, schoolmaster. William is to teach an English school three months for £7-10. Reading, Writing and Arathmetic. Benj. Tallman (4 scholars); James Henton (4 scholars); Hannah Harrison (2 scholars); Christian Miller (3 scholars); Engle Boyer (2 scholars); Samuel Allen (1 scholar); Reuben Harrison (4 scholars); Cap. Josiah Harrison (1 scholar); Jno. Armintrout (1 scholar), subscribers. Agreement as above dated 23d October, 1788, to teach Spelling, Reading, Writing and common Arithmetic. John Kirk, Jane Kirk, James Elliott, Wm. Sterrett, John Craford, James Trimble, Samuel Runkle, Frances Acord, James Reding, Jno. Hogshead, Thos. Eskil, Hannah Sawyers, Thos Tumblin, Jno. Ellott, Wm. Crafford, David Boyler, James Bell, Jno. Lamb. To be paid in grain, wheat at /3 and Rye at /26. William Blain deposes that William Herron was drowned in attempting to cross North River, Thomas Herring deposes, 1808, that from 1784 William until his death lived with him. Hugh Paul deposes that he was well acquainted with William Herron and Alexander Campbell's wife, and knows that they were full brother and sister. John Glendye deposes, 21st January, 1805, that he was acquainted with a certain William Herron in Ireland for some time before his death, being very aged when deponent first knew him. Deponent was the stated Minister of the Gospel in the Congregation of which said William was a member for about 20 years before deponent came to America. Said William was twice married and had children by the first marriage, particularly a son Thomas. Deponent never saw Thomas in Ireland, he having left there before deponent came to that congregation and had come to America, but since he came to America deponent has seen a Thomas Herron of Rockingham who he understands is the same Thomas. Deponent says he knew William Herron, Charity Herron, who married Thomas Kyle, since deceased, Jane Herron, who married Alexander Campbell (plaintiff), and Mary Herron, who married Thomas Mitchell, all children of William Herron by the second marriage. That William, Jr., frequently officiated as singing clerk to this deponent in his congregation in Ireland for several years. William, Jr., came to America some years before this deponent, but when deponent settled in Staunton, some time before William, Jr., died, the latter was an inhabitant and he officiated again as clerk for him in Staunton. Deponent knew Alexr. Campbell and his wife, Jane, in Ireland and since they came to America, and he celebrated their marriage. Taken at house of Nathan Griffith in Baltimore, 21st January, 1805.
2:261 1814 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.
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