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WeRelateDOBDODDOMSpouseFatherMotherComments Data Needs
Person:John Campbell (205) 16741741 1695 Grace Hays Duncan Mary McCoy
Person:John Campbell (207) 16951764 John (205) Grace Hays Died in York County PANeed documentation, children, spouse
Person:John Campbell (198)c1716- Patrick Elizabeth Taylor
Person:John Campbell (216) c1700 <1726 Elizabeth Walker of the Wigton Walker line; may be the same person as John Campbell (290)
Person:John Campbell (290) <1720 >1788 Elizabeth John of Old Stone Church Meeting House
Person:John Campbell (215) >1726 Person:John Campbell (216) Elizabeth Walker Known as "John Walker Campbell"

Person:John Campbell (292) John (290) of Old Stone Church Elizabeth
Person:John Campbell (238)17671814 1792 Sarah Crawford Person:Robert Campbell (64)
The Cutler
Rebecca Wallace Adopted by John Walker Campbell (215)
Person:John Campbell (302)
Person:John Campbell (x)

Records for John Campbell in Old AugustaDied AugustaDied PennsylvaniaDied Ireland/Scotlandwent to Kentuckyto Carolina


John 3:337 1742 Lot 139.--21st May, 1755. John Campbell and Elizabeth (her mark) Campbell to Joseph Coulton, Gent, £130, 400 acres on Cathey's River on the Sinking Spring Branch at the head of Little's Run (?), patented to said John, 12th January, 1742. Teste: Joseph Hanna. person:John Campbell (290) disposes land at head of sinking Branch that he had received from Esther Campbell. Wife identified as Elizabeth
John 2:379 1745 1745, August 11th--John Frame, 150 acres, joining his own, John Campbell's and McKey's. Date not clear in transcription, may be 1745 or 1746.

JohnLVA Patent1746Campbell, John. grantee. 12 January 1746. Augusta County. 400 acres on the north side of Catheys River on the Sinking Spring Branch at the head of Little Run.person:John Campbell (290) Little's Run Location indicates John (290)

John 1:20 1746 August 20, 1746...Page (72) Petition of Henry Downs--Road to be marked from the road that leads off the mountain near Alexr. Thompson's to the lower Meeting House and Wm. Thompson, Jr., Saml. Givens and John Campbell mark and lay off the same.
John 2:382 1746 1746, August 20th--Hugh Ross, 400 acres, between John Campbell's and the land formerly McCaden's. 20th July, 1752, entered, with four treasury rights for and by said Ross.
John 3:257 1746 Page 169.--21st November, 1746. James Carter, millwright, to Robert Gay; 300 acres part of tract granted to James Patton and John Lewis, andsold to Carter by Patton and Lewis 2d April, 1745, on Calfpasture River; corner to John Campbell's land. Witnesses, Jno. Buchanan, Thomas Gillham, Thomas Wood. Acknowledged by James, and dower released by Dinah, his wife, 21st November, 1746. John of Calfpasture
John 1:28 1747 MAY 22, 1747....Page (198) Saml. Delap appd. Constable, vice Nath. McClure; John Spear, Constable, vice Jno. Trimble; James Galespy, Constable, vice Wm. Wright; Ro. Ramsey. Constable, vice Thos Black; Alexr. McCroskie, Constable, vice Charles Hays; John Erwin, Constable, vice James Hogshead; James Hogart and Wallace Ashton, Constables, vice James Maies; Thos. Cohoon and David Miller, Constables, on Roan Oke; Archd. Hamilton and David Stevenson, Constables, vice Danl. Deniston; James Slone, Constable, vice James Hony; Geo. Draper, Peter Rentfro and James Cohoon, Constables, vice Humb. Lyon; John Ramsey, Constable, vice Wm. Guy; James Beard and John Maggot, Constables, vice Adam Miller; Andrew Scot, Constable, vice John Ramsey; John Campbell , Constable, vice Ro. Givin; John Leath, Constable, vice Elisha Job; Valentine Sevear, Constable, vice Wm. Carroll; John States, Constable, vice James Robinson; Ro. Montgomerie and John McClintin, Constables, vice Wm. Scot.
John Camell 3:6 1747 Page 41.--21st May, 1747. Wm. Thompson qualifies guardian of Martha Camell, orphan of John Camell. Clearly "John Campbell" see entry 18 Aug 1748 p. 86 where Wm. Thompson settles estate.
John 1:36 1748 AUGUST 17, 1748.Page (50) David Edmiston appd. overseer of road from Tinkling Spring to Stuart and Christian's Road, with these: James and John Campbell , Archibald Stuart, Chas. Dallis, James Hamilton, Richard Pilsher, David Henderson, George Vance, Robt. McCutchin, Saml. McCune, Robert Moody, John Frazier, John Thomson, Wm. Johnson, Alexr. Henderson, Saml. Henderson and Samuel Farguson.
John 3:9 1748 Page 86.--18th August, 1748. John Campbell's estate; settlement by Wm. Thomson.
John 3:10 1748 Page 106.--15th February, 1748. Daniel Stover qualifies guardian ofJohn, Mary and James Campbell, orphans of John Campbell, with suretiesAbraham Strickler, George Leath.
John 1:39 1749 AUGUST 24, 1749. (159) John Campbell, orphan of John Campbell, decd., settlement by guardian in full.
John the father 1:39 1749 Page (159) John Campbell , orphan of John Campbell , decd., settlement by guardian in full. August 24 1749
John 3:14 1749 Page 182.--20th March, 1749. John Campbell's sale bill--To GeorgeShuneman, Stephen Phillips, Barbara Job. To John Barrenhinsell, JamesMcNeal, Anthony Strother, Thos. Dolson (Dottson), Fredk. Freeling,George Neel, Thos. Harmon.
John 3:281 1749 Page 541.--28th February, 1749. [William Beverley] to William McNabb, 300 acresin Beverley Manor. Corner Samuel Downey, Adam Thompson's line;corner John Campbell; corner James Callison; Alexander McFeeter's line.Teste: John Lin, John Linn, Andrew McClure.
John 3:281 1749 Page 544.--27th February, 1749. [William Beverley] to Thomas Peerie, planter, 375acres in Augusta County, Shennadore in Beverley Manor. Corner JohnCampbell; corner Robert Young; corner William McClintock. Delivered:Thomas Kirkpatrick, January, 1752. Teste: Jacob Lockhart, NathanielDavis.
John 3:281 1749 Page 559.--28th February, 1749. [William Beverley] to John Campbell, 247 acres onBeverley Manor on South River. Manor line. Corner William Patterson;Joseph Tees' line. Teste: William Petterson and Richard Pillson, WilliamJohnston.
John 3:281 1749 Page 562.--28th February, 1749. [William Beverley] to William Patterson, 347 acres in Beverley Manor on South River. Corner John Campbell in Manor line;Joseph Tees' line; McClure's land; Archibald Stuart's line. Delivered:Isabella Gibson August, 1761. Teste: John Cabell, James Hamilton.
John 3:281 1749 Page 565.--28th February, 1749 [William Beverley] to James Peevie, planter, 220acres in Beverley Manor; formerly James Montgomery's; former surveyof said Montgomery and Thomas Peevie's land; John Campbell's line;William McNabb's line; John Lynn's land. Teste: Thomas Henderson,Thomas Rutlidge, Robert Ramsey. Delivered: Thomas Kirkpatrick January 1st, 1752.
John 3:282 1749 Page 579.--28th February, 1749. [William Beverley] to John Glass, 236 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner to James Frame; Christian's land; passes Wilson's line. Teste: John Campbell.
John 3:283 1749 Page 654.--28th February, 1749. [William Beverley] to John Campbell, 325 acres inBeverley Manor. Corner Adam Thomson and Andrew McClure; cornerThomas Peevy: William McNabb's line; Adam Thompson's line. Teste:Robert Wilson, William Baskins, John Lin.
John 3:284 1749 Page 677.--2d March, 1749. [William Beverley] to Adam Thompson, 287 acres inBeverley Manor. In Beverley Manor, corner Samuel Downey, Wm. McNabb's and John Campbell's line; corner Andrew McClure, Sr. Teste:Chas. Dick, Thos. Wood.
John 1:42 1750 AUGUST 29, 1750....Page (426) John, James and Mary, orphans of John Campbell , to be bound out.
John 2:380 1750 1750, May 23d--Edward Layborn, 200, between John Campbell, Walker and Frame.
John 2:437 1750 Page 69.--27th November, 1750: Orphan John Campbell bound to JamesMcCay.
John 1:46 1751 AUGUST 29, 1751...Page (184) Wm. Thompson, guardian of Joseph and John Campbell , orphans of John Campbell , ordered to settle his accounts.
John 1:47 1751 NOVEMBER 26, 1751...Page (200) John Campbell --license for ordinary;
John the father 1:46 1751 AUGUST 29, 1751.Page (184) Wm. Thompson, guardian of Joseph and John Campbell , orphans of John Campbell , ordered to settle his accounts.
John 3:297 1751 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.
John 3:302 1752 Page 248.--9th May, 1752. Esther Campbell to Alexander Walker, farmer, 287 acres on a branch of Little's Creek; corner John Campbell.Teste: Robert Patrick, James Hamilton. person:John Campbell (290) living near Alexander Walker
John 1:? 1752 NOVEMBER 21, 1752....(410) Maurice O'Frield, John Trimble, Wm. McFeeters, Wm. Martain, James Young, Jacob Lockart, James Vance, Patrick Martin, Wm. McClintock, Rob. Young, Thos. Piery, John Campbell, James Peary, Robert Davis, James Philips, John Spear, John McMurry, Alexr. McMurry, David Stuard, Hugh Young, John Jameson, Rob. McClellon and John Brown--to work the road under Saml. Wallace from top of North Mountain to this Co. Ho.
John 1:53 1752 AUGUST 20, 1752...Page (316) Patrick Martin and Alexr. Richey to be overseers of road from Young's Mill to Alexr. Richey's smith shop, thence to Buchanan's mills, with these hands: Adam Thompson, Geo. Peary, Ro. Young, James Peary, John Campbell , John Buchanan, James Moody, Andrew Cowan, James Callison, John Jameson, Walter Smiley, James McCorkle, Ro. McCorkle, Nathan Gilliland, Wm. McNabb.
John 1:56 1752 NOVEMBER 21, 1752...Page (410) Maurice O'Frield, John Trimble, Wm. McFeeters, Wm. Martain, James Young, Jacob Lockart, James Vance, Patrick Martin, Wm. McClintock, Rob. Young, Thos. Piery, John Campbell , James Peary, Robert Davis, James Philips, John Spear, John McMurry, Alexr. McMurry, David Stuard, Hugh Young, John Jameson, Rob. McClellon and John Brown--to work the road under Saml. Wallace from top of North Mountain to this Co. Ho.
John 1:440 1753 [undated; adjacent entries w. variable dating March -June 1753] Inhabitants of head of South River petition that they have to keep their roads only 1/2 mile apart for space of four miles and ask that the three be reduced to one. William Smith, Samuel Steel, Robert Alexander, Robert Steel, Nathaniel Steel, George Breckenridge, Chas. Campbell , Patrick Campbell , John Broundlee, Alexander Broundlee, Hugh Fulton, Patrick Campbell , Jr., John Fulton, John Ward, Samuel Doack, John Campbell , Seth Wilson. most likely Beverley's Manor
John 1:443 1753 May, 1753. Road established from Brown's bridge to the Glebe land, and Robert Campbell and John Trimble be surveyors, and with James Lusk, they clear and keep the same in order. We do appoint Robert Campbell and John Trimble overseers from John Brown's bridge to the Glebe House and the undernamed persons to clear the same: James Lusk, Robert Roberson, Samuel McCuchen, William Hunter, James Hunter, Robert Campbell 's man, Mathew Wilson, William Wilson, John Wilson, Jr., John McCleery, James McCleery, Thomas Kirkpatrick and son, John Peevy, James Clarck, John Clarck, James Clark, Jr., Jacob Lockhart, James Lockhart, John Birtly, Josias Richards, William Marten, George Berry, William McFeeters, John McFeeters, William McFeeters, Jr., John Jameson, Patrick Marten, Joseph Marten, William Ward, Moses O'Freel and his man, Robert Philips, Robert Davis, Thomas Reed, Robert Scott, John Vance, Andrew Foster, William Bell, Alexander McKiney, John Speer, Abraham Mathan (Mashaw), Robert Young, John Young, Samuel Young, Hugh Young and his man, John Campbell , George Peevy, Robert McClenan, William Eackry, James Bell, Andrew Steel and his man, John McKiney, Patrick McCloskey, John McSlenan, John McCuchan, Samuel McCuchan, William McClintock, Thomas Peevy, James McCuchen, Duncken McFarlen.
John 1:444 1753 May, 1753. Road established from Brown's bridge to the Glebe land,and Robert Campbell and John Trimble be surveyors, and with James Lusk, they clear and keep the same in order. We do appoint Robert Campbell and John Trimble overseers from John Brown's bridge to the Glebe House and the undernamed persons to clear the same: James Lusk, Robert Roberson, Samuel McCuchen, William Hunter, James Hunter, Robert Campbell's man, Mathew Wilson, William Wilson, John Wilson, Jr., John McCleery, James McCleery, Thomas Kirkpatrick and son, John Peevy, James Clarck, John Clarck, James Clark, Jr., Jacob Lockhart, James Lockhart, John Birtly, Josias Richards, William Marten, George Berry, William McFeeters, John McFeeters, William McFeeters, Jr., John Jameson, Patrick Marten, Joseph Marten, William Ward, Moses O'Freel and his man, Robert Philips, Robert Davis, Thomas Reed, Robert Scott, John Vance, Andrew Foster, William Bell, Alexander McKiney, John Speer, Abraham Mathan (Mashaw), Robert Young, John Young, Samuel Young, Hugh Young and his man, John Campbell, George Peevy, Robert McClenan, William Eackry, James Bell, Andrew Steel and his man, John McKiney, Patrick McCloskey, John McSlenan, John McCuchan, Samuel McCuchan, William McClintock, Thomas Peevy, James McCuchen, Duncken McFarlen.
John 1:57 1753 MARCH 21, 1753.Page (414) John Buchanan, James Clark, Jacob Lockhart, Thomas Kirkpatrick, John Berry, John Bartley, Wm. Martin, Josias Richards, William McFeeters, John Jameson, James Young, Hugh Young, Robert Young, William McClintock, Wm. Ledgerwood, John Trimble, Maurice O'Frield, Samuel Wallace, Robert Davis, Robert McClenon, James Moody, James Philips, Wm. Akry, Cornelius Donaho, George Peary, Adam Thompson, Thomas Peary, John Campbell , James Peary, Wm. McNab, Robert Scot, Thomas Reed, Abraham Masha, Thomas Dunn, Francis Dunn, Major Scot, John Bigham, John Black, Samuel Downing, Alexr. McFeeters, Andrew Cowan, James McCorkle, John Vance, James Gilmore and Patrick Martin--to keep road formerly laid off from James Young's Mill to said Buchanan's Mill.
John 3:34 1753 Page 32.--5th November, 1753. ''James Campbell's will--Aged about 71years: To son Daniel, 200 acres, part of tract testator lives on; to Margaret,a horse running at John McClure's; to grandchild, Elizabeth White, a child,to be cared for by Margret; to grandson, James Steel, a horse until testator'sson, Daniel, comes of age; to son, John; to son-in-law, Isaac White; toson-in-law, Saml. Steel and Isaac White, executors. Teste: Robt. Cunningham, Benj. Stewart. Proved, 22d March, 1754, by the witnesses.Executors qualify, with surety Jno. Ramsey. John son of James 1682-1754.
John 3:42 1753 Page 143.--4th December, 1753. Joseph Tees' will. To sons, William and Charles, plantation and negroes. Wife. Charles is 16 years old. Todaughter Mary, the place bought from John Wilson; to daughter Eleanorand her children, the place bought from James Hamilton. Executors, wife,overseer, Wm. Henderson. Teste: John Campbell, Andrew Campbell, Walter Sorals. Proved, 17th March, 1756, by John and Andrew Campbell, andJane Tees qualifies executrix, with sureties Wm. Henderson, John Campbell.
John 1:? 1754 [March 1754] Inhabitants of head of South River petition that they have to keep their roads only 1/2 mile apart for space of four miles and ask that the three be reduced to one. William Smith, Samuel Steel, Robert Alexander, RobertSteel, Nathaniel Steel, George Breckenridge, Chas. Campbell, Patrick Campbell, John Broundlee, Alexander Broundlee, Hugh Fulton, Patrick Campbell ,Jr., John Fulton, John Ward, Samuel Doack, John Campbell, Seth Wilson. Beverley's Manor
John [Cambel] 1:441 1754 [march 1754] Inhabitants of Calf Pasture petition for a mill on the place of Andrew Loughridge, who has lately settled there. Thomas Gilham, Samuel Hodge,Andrew Kinkead, Robert Gum, John Kinkead, Robert Gay, Andrew Hamilton, Samuel Vincher,James Cambel, John Cambel, William Wils, WilliamHodge, Robert McKittrick. John of Calfpasture
John 3:56 1754 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.) John son of William
John 3:326 1754 Page 308.--15th May, 1754. Patrick Campbell, Sr., and Elinor to son John Campbell. Patrick had purchased from Beverley 1,546 acres inBeverley Manor by deed 21st February, 1738, recorded in Orange; conveyance paternal love. good will and affection; 270 acres of the 1,546 acres.corner Patrick Campbell, Jr., in Wm. Thompson's line; Charles Campbell'sline. John son of Patrick and Elinor
John 2:399 1755 1757--Page 5, John Campbell, son of Patrick, (March), Fine and bound to peace, Entering attorney ads. Christian; Person:John Campbell (198) identified with by-name "son of Patrick"; Note that at this time there are presumably more than one "John Cambell" in the area,. who could be confused with each other...otherwise there would be no need of the byname.
John 2:398 1755 115, John Campbell, Albemarle, (November), vs. Gregg. John Campbell of Albemarle
John 2:441 1755 [1755] Page 152.--Jno. Finley, Wm. Thompson processioned in Cap. Thompson'sCompany as follows,....for John Campbell, Captain Thompson's company
John 3:39 1755 Page 109.--19th May. 1755. Samuel McMahon's appraisement, by Thos.Stevenson, John Campbell, David Stevenson, and accounts--Paid Saml. McMahon, George Bowman, Jno. Reybourn. To Robert McMahon, Cr., 21st May. 1755, by appraisement.
John 3:338 1755 Page 190.--28th June, 1755. Francis Beatey, surveyor, to John. Teat, plantationer, £25, 160 acres in Beverley Manor on Beverley Manor andBorden's lines, cor. survey for James Lockhart, gent., being the place known as Beatey's well place. Teste: David Hay, John and Pat. Campbell, Thos. Teat. Probably son of Patrick Campbell, who had sons John and Patrick
John 3:522 1755 Page 330.--Patent to Robert Cravens, 10th September, 1755. Teste:William Fowler, Andrew Thompson, John (mark) Campbell. Delivered:John Magill, 3d July, 1782. (This conveyance by Joseph Cravens and Neomi (Emie).
JohnLVA Land Grant175616 Aug 1756 Campbell, John. grantee. 16 August 1756. : Augusta County. 130 acres on the south river of Shanando on the lines of Beverley Manor., adjacent Joseph Tee's line

John the son 1:74 1756 NOVEMBER 18, 1756....Page (246) John Campbell , orphan of John Campbell , aged 16, chooses guardian. Jane and Mary Sprout, admrs. of John Sprout, about to leave the Colony. Person:John Campbell (205) John the father died c1741; youngest son, if an infant at fathers death, would have been about 16 in 1756.
John the son 3:43 1756 Page 172.--17th November. 1756. John Maxwell's bond (with JohnRamsey) as guardian ( ) to John Campbell, orphan of Jno. Campbell. Person:John Campbell (205) John the father died c1741; youngest son, if an infant at fathers death, would have been about 16 in 1756.
John the father 1:74 1756 NOVEMBER 18, 1756....Page (246) John Campbell , orphan of John Campbell , aged 16, chooses guardian. Jane and Mary Sprout, admrs. of John Sprout, about to leave the Colony. Person:John Campbell (207) John the father died c1741; youngest son, if an infant at fathers death, would have been about 16 in 1756.
John the father 3:43 1756 Page 172.--17th November. 1756. John Maxwell's bond (with John Ramsey) as guardian ( ) to 'John Campbell, orphan of Jno. Campbell Person:John Campbell (207) John the father died c1741; youngest son, if an infant at fathers death, would have been about 16 in 1756.
John 3:341 1756 Page 286.--__ March, 1756. Joseph Culton, gent., and Mary to John Campbell, £130, 400 acres on north side Cathey's River on the Sinking Spring Branch at the head of Little Run, patented 13th January, 1746. person:John Campbell (290) Sinking Spring Branch
John 1:72 1756 APRIL 29, 1756. Page (108) Claims, propositions and grievances: James Beard, claim for ranging; John McClenachan, claim for going express; Robert Bratton, claim for ranging; George Wilson, claim for ranging and provisions for his Company; Abraham Smith, claim for ranging and provisions for his Company; Israel Christian, claim for ranging and provisions; Joseph Kenaday, claim for ranging; Patrick Lowrey, claim for ranging; George Campbell , claim for ranging; John Dickinson, claim for ranging and provisions for his Company; James Dunlop, claim for ranging and provisions for his Company; Archd. Stuart, claim for ranging; John Campbell , claim for ranging.
John 2:444 1756 Page 176.--1756: PRocessioned by John Tate and Samuel Doak, in Cap.James Mitchell's Company, viz: for Widow Mitchell, for Wm. Thompson,for james Robinson, for Charles Campbell, for Saml. Brawford, for JohnMitchell, for Saml. Doak, for Widow Fulton, for Robt. Alexander, for Nathl.and Robt. Steele, for David Hays, for Helen Mitchell and Jno. Tate, forDavid Doak, for James Cowan, for Robert Sayers, for John Campbell, for Pat. Campbell, for John Ward, for Widow McTyre, for John and Alex.Brownlee, for Saml. Steele, for Patrick Hays, for John Fulton, for ThomasTate, for Robert Willson. Beverley's Manor
John 2:276 1758 1758--March __, Robert Reed; July 6, Robert Breckinridge; July 20, Robert McMahon; August 8, John Campbell; August 19, Henry Murray.
John 3:66 1759 Page 87.--5th September, 1759. Archibald Stewart's will--Wife, Janet;son, Thomas, his Great Bible; daughter, Eleanor, 5 shillings; son, Alexander, tract adjoining Andw. McClure's land; grandson, Archibald Stewart,£10 when aged 10 years; son, Benj. Stewart. Executors, Thos. Stewart,Edward Hall. Teste: Jno. and Andw. Campbell, Jno. Finley. Proved,17th November, 1761, by Jno. and Andrew Campbell. Executors qualified,with Jno. Campbell. Andrew Campbell.
John 3:360 1760 Page 279.--19th March, 1760. John Campbell, yeoman, to ThomasSheals, yeoman, £33, 270 acres in Beverley Manor; corner Patrick Campbellin Wm. Thompson's line; Charles Campbell's line. Delivered: Shields,August, 1761. Person:John Campbell (198) This is the parcel that John received from his father Patrick.


John 2:465 1760 Page 290.--1760: Processioned by _____ ? _____: For Robert Hamilton,for John Collier, for James Davis, for James Moore, for John Hanna, forHenry Kirkham, for Robert Young, for David Wallace, for Robert Erwm,for John McKey, for Hugh Cunningham, for John Gilmer, for Wm. McChime (McCune), for John Beatty, for Francis McCown, for John McCown,for Anne Long, for William Gilmer, for Adam Thompson, for SamuelKinkead, for John Campbell, for Thomas Piery, for Maj. John Brown, forRobert Young, for James Young, for Samuel Young, for Hugh Young, forRobert Allen, for William Martain, for John Jamison, for Samuel Wallace,for Maurice Ofreel, for Robert Philips, for John Trimble.
John 3:375 1761 Page 503.--18th August, 1761. William ( ) Patterson (Petterson) andAgness ( ) to James Bell, £120, 247 acres in Beverley Manor on SouthRiver of Shanandoe, conveyed to William by Beverley, 26th February,1749; cor. John Campbell in the Manor line, Joseph Teas' line; cor. saidTeas and McClure; cor. Archibald Stuart. Delivered: Jas. Bell, 1768. Person:John Campbell (198) William Campbell received land from his father Patrick" that was "near" the manor line in Beverly Manor. John's property, sold to Thomas Sheals in 1760, was apparently adjacent to William's. Williams property appears on Hildebrandts map, but John's does not.
John 2:448 1761 Page 342.--Accounts against the Parish--...30th January, 1761, debtor toJohn Campbell for burying James Wiley; 7 gals. liquor at the funeral.
John 2:401 1762 86, John Campbell, Staunton Person:John Campbell (198) by name "of Staunton" suggests John (198); John (290) also lived "near Stuanton" but on Little Run, a tributary of Middle River. If the latter had been the person involved here the clerk would probably have referred to him as "of Middle River", rather than Staunton. Others on the Middle River are so referred to in these records.
John 3:68 1762 Page 125.--28th March, 1762. John Peery's will--To Thos. Kirkpatrick,£10; to brother, James Peery; to Mary Peery and her children. Remaining time James Gilmer has to serve to be disposed of. Executors, JohnKirkpatrick, John Peery. Teste: Saml. Downey, Saml. Kinkead, JohnCampbell. Proved, 18th May, 1762, by the witnesses. Executors qualify,with Thos. Kirkpatrick, John Jamison.
John 1:340 1763 MARCH, 1765 (B). Campbell vs. Campbell.--Robert Campbell, son of John Campbell, gone to Carolina, 1764.
John 1:107 1763 JUNE 23, 1763. ...Page (132) John Campbell committed for abusing Henry Fillbrick and disturbing the Court. Charles Campbell committed for abusing the Court.
John [Cambblle 1:453 1763 MARCH, 1765 (A). Gilbert vs. Jones (Parson Jones' bond, £5.10.7).--John Jones, minister of the County of Augusta, do promise to pay unto Felix Gilbert ____, 18th August, 1763. John Jones, claimant. Test. John Cambblle.
John 3:412 1764 Page 645.--20th June, 1764. Hugh Ross and Sarah ( ) to John Campbell, £__, 170 acres on west side of Cartley's River called Walker's Run,side of Benj. Allen's Road. Delivered: John Campbell, December, 1765. person:John Campbell (290) Cartley's River is probably "Cathey's River", which later became Middle River. That probably makes this a reference to John Campbell of Augusta Stone Chruch HM
John 1:331 1764 Campbell vs. Campbell .--Robert Campbell , son of John Campbell , gone to Carolina, 1764.
John 2:277 1764 1764--....September 7, John Campbell;
John 3:85 1764 Page 346.--19th June, 1764. Susannah Hall's bond (with John Handley,Jno. Campbell), as administratrix of James Hall.
John 3:429 1765 Page 159.--21st August, 1765. William McFeeters and Mary ( ) alias Mary Percy, executors of Thomas Peary (Peery), to Samuel McNab (Mary was widow of Thomas but is now married to William), £42, 225 acres on Middle River of Shanandore; corner John Campbell's land. Teste:John Malcom, John Jameson, David Frame. person:John Campbell (290) location on Middle River, not referenceing Beverley Manor, suggests John Campbell (290)
John 1:298 1765 Robert Campbell , Cutler, vs. Robert Campbell , son of John.--Writ, 28th November, 1765. Gone to Carolina.
John 3:431-432 1765 Page 218.--11th October, 1765. David Campbell to John Campbell, £5,232 acres woodland ground. Teste: John Buchanan, Robert McNutt, Arthur Campbell. Delivered: John Campbell, March, 1769.
John 2:402 1765 120, John Campbell, son-in-law of Maxwell; John Campbell soninlaw of a Maxwell
Johjn JrLVA Patent1765 Campbell, John, Jr. grantee. Land grant 5 June 1765. Augusta County. 118 acres on a branch of the Middle River of Shanando between his own and John Campbells land. Source: Land Office Patents No. 36, 1764-1767 (v.1 & 2 p.557-1083), p. 726 (Reel 36).
John 3:440 1766 Page 489.--19th August, 1766. Alexander ( ) Walker and Elisabeth to Alexander Walker, his son, £10, 287 acres on a branch of Little's Creek,patented to Esther Campbell, 3d November, 1760, and conveyed by her toAlexander, Sr., 19th May, 1752; corner John Campbell. Delivered: Alex.Walker, Jr., April, 1769. person:John Campbell (290) Little run location indicates John 290
John 3:442 1766 Page 4.--19th August, 1766. John McCoy and Sarah ( ) to JohnCampbell, £100, 130 acres, part of 320 acres patented to John and his brother James McCoy, 25th September 1762, on Mossey Creek, Ralstone's line. Teste: John Malcom, John Archer, John Davidson. Delivered: John McCoy, 9th November, 1767. John of Mossey Creek Mossy Creek enters the North River near Bridgewater. It's headwaters are well north of Beverley Manor. See google maps
John 1:351 1766 MARCH, 1767. John Campbell vs. Rev. John Kinkead.--1st March, 1766. Account showing cost of corn, coffy, labor, &c.
John 1:137 1767 AUGUST 19, 1767....Page (220) Hugh Allen appointed surveyor of highway from James Given's Mill, by his house, to Stone Meeting House, and the following to work the road: Saml. Hinds, Robt. Stevenson, Wm. Kerr, John Stewart, John Campbell , James Allen, 1:John Anderson, Hugh Allen, William McClure, James Allen, Saml. Bell, Andrew Lockhart, John Burnside, Saml. McKee, James Searight, Thos. Storey. person:John Campbell (290) Old Stone Meeting House
John 3:455 1767 Page 396.--18th August, 1767. John Campbell, Sr., and Elisabeth to Robert Campbell, his son, 200 acres on Sinking Spring, a branch of Middle River of Shanando, part of 400 acres patented to said John, 12th June, 1746, corner John Campbell, Jr.; corner John Campbell. Delivered: Thomas Frame by your order, 25th January, 1773. Person:John Campbell (290) John's wife was Elizabeth, they lived in the Littles Run watershed a branch of the Middle River, and owned land on Sinking Spring.
John 3:455 1767 Page 396.--18th August, 1767. John Campbell, Sr., and Elisabeth to Robert Campbell, his son, 200 acres on Sinking Spring, a branch of MiddleRiver of Shanando, part of 400 acres patented to said John, 12th June,1746, corner John Campbell, Jr.; corner John Campbell. Delivered: ThomasFrame by your order, 25th January, 1773. Person:John Campbell (290) JOhn Jr is presumably the son of John Sr.=Elizabeth
John 1:464 1767 John Campbell vs. William Anderson.--1767, to malling rails, sawing plank. 1767, credit, by Jerry Edwards, by the schoolmaster, by paying mother, by paying Thomas, by paying John Graham. Received by William.
John 1:134 1767 MAY 20, 1767....Page (81) John Campbell relieved of County levy--age and infirmity. an old John Campbell in 1767
John 3:456 1767 Page 415.--24th March, 1767. James ( ) McCoy, of Roan County,North Carolina, to John McCoy, of Augusta County, £30, 160 acres onMossey Creek, part of 320 acres patented to said James and John McCoy,25th September, 1762, David Ralstones line. Teste: John Campbell, JosephMalcome, Elizabeth Campbell, Elizabeth McNight. Delivered: John McCoy,9th November, 1767. John of Mossey Creek. Who is Elizabeth Campbell ! ? Wife of John of Mossey Creek? Entry on p3:461 suggests this is his wife. Is John of Mossey Creek the same person as JOhn (290) whose wiufe was also Elizabeth?
John 3:461 1767 Page 59.--17th November, 1767. John Campbell and Elizabeth to JohnMcCay, £100, 130 acres, part of 320 acres patented to John and JamesMcCay and afterwards conveyed by John McCay to John Campbell 19thAugust, 1766, on Mossey Creek, Ralestone's line. Teste: James Stevenson,James Campbell, Elizabeth McKnight. Delivered: Joseph Malcom, 14thNovember, 1772. John of Mossey Creek
John 1:151 1768 AUGUST 22, 1768....Page (369) John Campbell , Jr. (near Stone Meeting House), special bail. person:John Campbell (292) Stone Meetinghouse, son of John (290)
John 1:455 1768 John Wiley, Jr., to John Campbell , debtor. To 4 dressed buckskins, at 12, £2.10.0. Sworn to 15th March, 1768, before Samuel McDowell.
John 1:144 1768 MARCH 15, 1768....Page (494) Hemp certificates: James McKee, Andrew Boyd, Alexr. Dunlap, John Campbell , James McCampbell , James McDowell, George Moffett, Andrew Mis Campbell , John Lyle.
John 1:? 1768 MAY, 1768 (A). John Wiley, Jr., to John Campbell, debtor. To 4 dressed buckskins, at 12, £2.10.0. Sworn to 15th March, 1768, before Samuel McDowell.
John 3:473 1768 Page 29.--6th April, 1768. Samuel McNabb and Isabel) ( ) to JacobGabhart, 10 shillings, 225 acres, part of a larger tract surveyed for ThomasPercy, deceased, in Beverley Manor conveyed to him, 28th February, 1749,this part being bounded, viz., joining John Campbell, William McClintickand James Percy. Teste: Mathias Gabert, William Jamison, AndrewThompson. Delivered: Jacob Gabhert, August Court, 1769. John of Beverley Manor, son of Patrick
John 3:475 1768 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 theBig Creek runs, if divided. Teste: J. Murray, William Hamilton, Robt.Brown. John of Calfpasture, wife Mary Ann
John 3:477 1768 Page 183.--21st May, 1768. James ( ) Peerie and Katharine to ThomasScot, £5, 220 acres, corner former survey of Thomas Peerie, John Campbell's line, William McNabb's line, corner John Lynn. Teste: John Handly,Patrick Buchanan, William Bell. Delivered: Thomas Scott, 30th December,1773.
John 2:456 1768 Page 442.--Processioned by Wm. Bell, George Berry, Wm. McPheeters,James Syers, 1768-7, viz: For John McCleerey, for Thos. Kirkpatrick, forJames Peerey, for Saml. McNab, for Mathew Wilson, for Alex. McKinney.for David Stewart, for Robert McKittrick, for John Kirk, for Wm. Crawford, for Rob. Wallace, for Rob. Philips, for James Bell, Sr., for Charles Cummins, for John Jamison, for Mathias Gabort, for William Dean, forWilliam Lockhart, for Patrick Lockhart, for Wm. McClintock, for John Campbell, for John Philips, for James Philips, for David Trimble, for Sampson Sawyers, for James Sawyers, for John Stewart, for Elizabeth Wallace,for Wm. Hodge, for Maj. Jno. Brown, for Thos. Brown, for James Bell, Jr.Processioned by Isaac Robinson, James Johnston, 1767-68, the Forrest: ForMathias Reader, for Michael Hover, for Charles Dayley, for John Bare,for Joel Robinson; for James Johnston, Milborn Maden present; for NathanDayley, for William Stalp; for Adam Painter, Michael Niece present; forMartin Shoemaker, Philip Dayley present; for Isaac Robinson.
John 2:406 1769 1769-- 133, Alexander Walker, wheelwright; John Campbell, brother to Pat, recording Vance's deeds to you; Person:John Campbell (198) John brother of Patrick
John 1:154 1769 MARCH 21, 1769....Page (82) Following to be bound out by Church Wardens, viz: Mildred Viers to John Campbell ; Elizabeth Viers to Robert Campbell ; Gideon Viers and David Viers to David Laird.
John 3:482 1769 Page 313.--3d March, 1769. John Buchanan, gent., and Margret to John Campbell, £340, 740 acres on a branch of the Indian or Holstone River, called the Middle Fork, said tract being known by the name of the RoyalOak. Teste: James Crow, John Mills, David Campbell, Arthur Campbell,John Howard, George Skillern. Delivered: David Campbell, May, 1771. John of the Middle Fork Of Holston
John 3:484 1769 Page 377.--17th April, 1769. Thomas Vance and Jenat ( ) to John Campbell, £35, 148 acres on North Branch of James; corner Mr. ThomasVance's plantation. Teste: James Cowan, John Alison, Charles Campbell,John Shields, Jr. Delivered: Thos. Vance, 26th July, 1774. John of North Branch of the James
John 3:488 1769 Page 531.--8th April, 1769. Samuel Campble and Ellenor to WilliamLockridge, £114, 208 acres on Great River of Calfpasture, part of 308 conveyed by James Patton and John Lewis to William Campble, 100 acresbeing conveyed to Thomas Gilham and since conveyed to Thomas Adams,John Campbell's land (John Carlile's now); also 50 acres, part of entry of100 acres patented to John and Samuel Campbell, and John sold to JohnCarlyle, his 50 acres. Teste: Thomas Hugart, Andrew Lockridge, Wm.Kinkead. John of Calf pasture
John 3:489 1769 Page 21.--16th August, 1769. John Campbell to Arthur Campbell,£100, 240 acres called the Royal Oak, on Holston or Indian River, patentedto John Buchanan, gent., 22d August, 1753, and conveyed to John Campbell,2d March, 1769. Teste: Pat. and Alex. Buchanan, James Cowan. DeliveredDavid Campbell, May, 1771.
John 3:490 1769 Page 26.--16th August, 1769. Jacob Gabbert and Barbara ( ) toFrederick Hanger, £60, 226 acres conveyed to Jacob by McNabb, 7th April,1768, joining John Campbell, Wm. McClintock and James Peary. Delivered: Fred. Hanger, 26th June, 1771.
John 2:405 1769 1769--... page 17, John Campbell, Forks; John of the Forks of the James
John 3:114 1770 Page 318.--21st August, 1770. Martha and Alexander Walker's bond(with Thos. Connly, John and Robert Campbell) as administrators of Alexander Walker, Jr. person:John Campbell (290) John Campbell owned property adjacent to Alexander Walker Sr.
John 2:92 1770 Robert Campbell and wife Elizabeth vs. Hugh Donaghe--O. S. 54; N. S.18. Robert and Elizabeth married in 1770, Elizabeth being daughter of Hugh Donaghe. Robert owned 400 acres in Augusta, on which they lived14 years after marriage, but then moved to Tennessee, where they lived13 years, when they were induced to return to Augusta upon the promiseof defendant to give them £500. They returned to Augusta in 1796. Hughanswers that the marriage was against his consent. Hugh Campbell, aged33 years, son of Robert, deposes. Hugh had a brother James. Margaret,wife of John Donaghe, deposes. James Campbell, aged 30, son of Robert,deposes. 'John Campbell, aged 24 or 25, son of Robert. John born c1745, son of Robert
John 3:500 1770 Page 391.--23d April, 1770. William ( ) McNabb and Martha ( )to son, James McNabb, £10, 150 acres on North Fork of Christian's Creekin Beverley Manor; corner Alexander McFeeters; corner Samuel McNab's part of the tract. Teste: Jas. Ewing, Alexander McFeeters, SamuelMcNabb, John ( ) Campbell. Delivered: James McNab, June, 1780.
John 3:505 1770 Page 24.--20th March, 1770. Hugh Campbell to James Campbell, £5,5 acres on Andersons Branch of North River of Shanandore, part of alarger tract, Robert Fowler's line. Teste: John and William Campbell, JohnMcPheetters.
John 3:507 1770 Page 138.--9th December, 1770. John Carlile. of the Calfpasture, toThomas Adams, gent., of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, £100, 250acres purchased by John from John Campbell, on Great Calfpasture. Delivered: Sampson Mathews, 19th March, 1772. John of Calfpasture
John 3:511 1771 Page 336.--25th May, 1771. John Campbell and Elizabeth to Thomas Frame, £130, 288 acres on Middle River of Shanandore on Walter's Run, Robert Campbell's line. Teste: Robert and John Campbell Andrew McClure. Delivered: Thomas Frame, 25th January, 1773. Person:John Campbell (290) Middle River Location suggests John (290); "Walters Run" may be a mistransciption of "Walkers Run"
John 3:514 1771 Page 437.--22d August, 1771. John Campbell and Elizabeth, 25th May, 1771, to Thomas Frame. Privy examination returned 23d August, 1771. Delivered: Thomas Frame, 25th January, 1773. person:John Campbell (290)
John 3:510 1771 Page 260.--25th May, 1771. John Campbell, of Botetourt, to JamesTrotter, £150, 232 acres, part of his father's survey in Beverley Manor.Teste: James Lockhart, James Hargrave, Sampson Archer. Delivered:Samuel Trotter, 21st October, 1772. John of Beverley Manor and Botetourt. Probably the son of Patrick Campbell.
John 3:514 1771 Page 434.--30th March, 1771. Thomas Frame and Jean to John Campbell, 296 acres conveyed to him, 26th May, 1771; 220 acres in BeverleyManor conveyed to Thomas by James Frame, 18th August, 1768, corner the Christians' land, land belonging to one Lusk; one McCorkle's corner; JohnGlass's corner. Teste: William Young, Andrew McClure, Chas. Campbell. Beverley Manor
John 2:146 1771 George Fugate vs. Mahon--O. S. 177; N. S. 63--Bill, 1808. In 1772Francis Fugate, father of orator, settled on a tract within now County Russell, on big Moccasin Creek, where he lived until his death. In 1774 he had a survey made under the Loyal Company; but in 1781 when he applied to the Commissioners for a certificate, Robert Trimble claimed the land by an improvement before Francis, and got the certificate. About 15 days afterward Francis died intestate. Orator was infant, oldest son and heir, the widow was Agnes, who married _____ Mahan. ...John Campbell deposes 24th August, 1810, in Washington County, Virginia. In 1771 or 1772 Robert Trimble moved with his family to this country and settled about two miles from the land in question, lived there until some time after the Commissioners' Court, and then moved to Kentucky. Mary Moffett deposes 24th August, 1810, in Washington County. She remembers that in 1772 Robert Trimble moved to the country. Trimble was then married to Mary's husband's sister. John Vance deposes, 24th August, 1810, in Washington County. He moved to the country in 1771. John McCullock deposes as above. About five months after Trimble built his cabin, Mockerson Creek became totally vacated for fear of Indians, and remained so about a year or more, Francis was one of the first settlers that returned. ( ...John Campbell says he has known Jno. McCullogh since a boy.) [Very Long entry; substantially elided to focus on John Campbell.] John of Washington County
John 3:519 1772 Page 171.--19th March, 1772. John Carlisle and Mary ( ) of the CalfPasture to Thomas Adams of Parish of Saint Peter and County of NewKent, £100, tract purchased by said John Carlisle of John Campbell, 250acres on Great Calfpasture. JOhn of Calfpasture
John 3:522 1772 Page 344.--18th August, 1772. Charles Campbell to Joseph Campbell, his son, on small branch of North River of Shanandore, part of 400 acreswhere said Campbell now lives; corner John Campbell; also 50 acres adjoining, patented to Charles, 1766; corner John Hinds; corner James McGill. Delivered: Joseph Campbell, 27th June, 1783 John of Mossy Branch?
John 3:522 1772 Page 347.--18th August, 1772. Charles Campbell to son John Campbell, similar to above, part of 400 acres patented to John Anderson 10thJune, 1740, and conveyed to Charles 17th March, 1747. Delivered: John Campbell, 21st April, 1785. John son of Charles
John 2:166 1772 Jane Alien, widow of Robert Alien, Jr., living in Kentucky, vs. Jacob Butngardner, heirs of Isaac Hayes, heirs of James Flack--O. S. 210; N. S. 74 -- Patent by Dunmore, 20th June, 1772, to Thomas Walker, for 800 acres in Augusta, between Beverley Manor and South Mountain, cor. Lazarus Inman, John Campbell, Wm. Teas.'Deed 30th October, 1801, by James Black and Mary, his wife, to James Hayes of Albemarle. Tract purchased from Jane Alien. Deed 30th Dctober, 1801, by same to Jacob Bumgardner and Isaac Hayes; part of tract purchased from Jane Alien. Will of James Hayes of Albemarle: Nine children, viz: James, David, Isaac, Nathaniel, Thomas, William, Mary, Sarah Ann, Malinda. Son John and daughter Elizabeth married, to Robert Brooks. Dated 6th December, 1812, and recorded by the Circuit Court 13th May, 1813. John of Beverley Manor
John 1:367 1773 S. and G. Mathews vs. John Campbell .--Petition. Debt. Writ, 25th May, 1773. Defendant is son to Charles Campbell
John 3:139 1774 Page 326.--20th November, 1774. Alexander Walkers will--To wife,Elizabeth; to son, Robert, negro boy, to daughter, Mary, negro girl; toson, Andrew, 90 acres bought of Joseph Lindel; to daughter Martha, todaughter, Elizabeth; to daughter, Barbara; to son, John, testator's homeplantation; to daughter, Isabell. (Many negro slaves bequeathed.daughter Margaret; to son, Alexander's two children, Jane and ElizabethWalker. Executors, wife Elizabeth and son Robert. John Campbell be guardian to children. Teste: Joseph Hannah, Robert Haslet, Thos.Connly. Proved, 21st March, 1775, by the witnesses. Executors qualifywith John Hind, Arthur Connaly, John Campbell. person:John Campbell (290) John Campbell owned property adjacent to Alexander Walker Sr.
John 1:374 1774 John Robinson vs. John Campbell .--29th July, 1774. Defendant lives in Fincastle. John of Fincastle
John 1:177 1774 MARCH 15, 1774....Page (302) New Commission of Justices, viz: Silas Hart, John Dickison, Danl. Smith, John Poage, Abram Smith, George Moffett,* James Lockhart, John Christian, Archibald Alexander, Felix Gilbert, Samuel McDowel,* Sampn. Mathews, Alexr. McClenachan,* Mathew Harrison, George Mathews,* Alexr. Robertson,* John Hays, James Craig, John Frogg,* William Tees, George Croghan, John Connelly,* Thos. Smallman, Wm. Bowyer,* John McClenachan,* Michael Bowyer, John Gratton,* Thos. Huggart, Elijah McClenachan, Josiah Davidson, John Skidmore, John Campbell , Edward Ward, Dawsey Penticost, John Gibson. (Those marked (*) qualified.) Justice John Campbell
John 1:182 1774 OCTOBER 18, 1774....Page (16) John Campbell , Thomas Smallman and Dawsey Penticost--qualified Justices. Justice John Campbell
John 1:183 1775 JANUARY 17, 1775....Page (30) New Commission from Dunmore, viz: Silas Hart, John Dickinson, James Lockhart, John Christian, Daniel Smith,* John Poage, Abraham Smith,* George Moffett,* Alexr. McClenachan,* Mathew Harrison, Michael Bowyer,* John Gratton, Thomas Hughes, Elijah McClenachan,* Josiah Davidson, John Skidmore, John Campbell , Thos. Smallman, John Gibson, John Stephenson, John Cannon, Silas Hedge, William Gee (McGee?), Archd. Alexander, Felix Gilbert,* Samuel McDowell,* Sampson Mathews,* William Bowyer,* George Mathews,* Alexr. Robertson,* John Hayes,* James Craig, John Frogg, Wm. Teas,* George Croghan, Edward Ward, Dawsey Pentecost, Wm. Crawford, John McCullough, Geo. Vallendegham and David Shepherd. (Those marked (*) qualified.)
John 3:152 1775 Page 49.--19th June, 1775. Charles (mark) Campbell's will--To wife,Mary; to son, William; to son, Robert, three children--Hugh, Robert, andSarah; 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.


John 2:403 1776 1776--... page 54, John Campbell, Mossey Creek; John of Mossy Creek
John 2:386 1777 16th September, 1777--Jno. Campbell, Thos. Connerley, ditto of Jane and Elizabeth Walker, ditto of Alex. Walker, Jr. Person:John Campbell (290) Guardian bond for children of Alexander Walker, who appointed John Campbell (290) as guardian of infant children.
John 1:190 1777 MARCH 18, 1777….(160) William Reah and John Campbell appointed guardians to William, Hugh and John Reah, orphans of Archibald Reah, Jr., deceased.
John 1:190 1777 MARCH 18, 1777....Page (160) William Reah and John Campbell appointed guardians to William, Hugh and John Reah, orphans of Archibald Reah, Jr., deceased.
John 1:194 1777 SEPTEMBER 16, 1777....Page (226) John Campbell and Thomas Connerly appointed guardians of Elizabeth Walker, orphan of Alexander Walker, Jr., deceased. Elizabeth Walker, wife of Alexander Walker, relinquished dower in land conveyed to Alexander Walker. Martha Grimes, late Martha Walker, widow of Alexander Walker, Jr., relinquished dower in land possessed by her late husband to her two children, Jane and Elizabeth Walker.
John 3:167 1777 Page 334.--29th August, 1777. List of those indebted to the estate ofRoger North--...Andrew Campbell, son to John, So. River; ...John Campbell, No. River;
John 1:376 1778 Hugh Campbell , eldest son and heir of Robert Campbell , deceased, who was oldest brother and heir of James Campbell , deceased, vs. John Campbell .--Chancery. Writ, 19th November, 1778.
John 3:149 1778 Page 547.--3d February, 1778. Andrew Walker's will--To wife, Margaret, if she has a child to him; to mother-in-law; to brother and sisters.Executors, Thomas Connely and John Burnsides. Teste: John Campbell, Robt. McCormick, Mary Sevenson. Proved, 17th February, 1778, by Campbell, and recorded. Executors qualify.
John 3:151 1778 Page 22.--19th May, 1778. Andrew Walker's appraisement recorded Thomas Frame, Arthur Connty,John Campbell.
John 2:227 1778 McKenney vs. Preston--O. S. 308; N. S. 110--John Montgomery of Russel County, aged 47 years, deposes, 11th March, 1811, in 1778 Andrew Cowan and Thos. Osborn went down to improve a piece of land on a creekthey called Black Water at the Flat Lick, and on their return they came by Kooser's (Hoovers) cabin. Black Water is a north Branch of Clynch.... Caveat, 12th August, 1799, by John Mackenny and Elisha Adams against John Donnell, assignee of Andrew Cowan and John Campbell , Jr., for 400 acres in Lee County on North Fork Clinch. Donnell and Campbell were granted a certificate by the Commissioners 8th August, 1781...Casper Roller deposes in Scott. Bill filed 20th November, 1805, by John Donnell and Robert Preston about 1774 or 5. Andrew Cowan came to the western country and settled in now Russell County, when danger from Indians was great. Obtained in 1781 certificate in right of settlement. Surrounding lands were taken up before 1781 and Cowan laid his certificate at the Big Bottom, on North Fork of Clinch, and received a certificate. Cowan sold to orator John Donnell, who sold half to John Campbell , who sold to orator Robert. James Douglas made an entry on the sameland and sold to John Belfour, who conveyed to John McKinney, 1799.....[Long entry, elided to focus on John Campbell] John of Lee County
John 1:377 1779 Daniel, Joseph and John Campbell vs. James Henderson.--Case writ, 27th March, 1780. Plaintiffs sold in 1779 to defendant a negro slave. Of the purchase money of £42, 16 shillings. Question--What rate in Virginia currency the same was to be paid. Arbitrators declared at the rate of 100 pieces in the present paper money, amounting to £4,280.
John 1:205 1779 MAY 18, 1779 Page (444) Joseph Patterson recommended Captain, vice Captain William Anderson; John Campbell as Lieutenant, and David Gibson as Ensign. ... Lt. John Campbell
John 1:205 1779 MAY 18, 1779...Page (447) Joseph Patterson qualified Captain; also John Campbell as Lieutenant, and David Gibson as Ensign. Lt. John Campbell
John 3:558 1779 [c1779] Page 525.--Teste: Joseph Patterson, John Campbell, Samuel Erwin.
John 1:219 1780 NOVEMBER 21, 1780....Page (325) Michael Coulter qualified Lieutenant. George Anderson qualified Ensign. George Barry, William McPheeters and John Campbell qualified overseers of the poor. person:John Campbell (290) overseer of the poor. Connection to Wm McPheeters may indicate John (290)
John 1:216 1780 AUGUST 18, 1780.Page (280) Joseph Blair appointed road surveyor from James Campbell 's field to James Trotter's. John Campbell , vice John Bigham, appointed road surveyor. John the road surveyor
John 2:484 1780 Thomas Vine's Declaration, November 6th, 1832: Age 77; enlisted toguard prisoners taken at Burgoyne's defeat; marched under Capt. Lovingfrom Amherst; Col. Burley and Col. Taylor both commanded at the barracks;also to guard prisoners taken in North Carolina and sent to Winchester;Capt. Goriah Martin; again went as substitute for John Campbell, of Augusta; marched under Capt. Givings, William Robertson, Lieut. Col.Huggart; was drafted under Capt. Christian, Lieut. William Barnett, Ensign James Bell; again under Capt. John Morrison, of Amherst; Lieut.Thomas Yores, Ensign James Bell, General Lawson. Rev. War Service of Thomas Vine who served as substitute for John Campbell; Probably toward end of war.
John 410 1780 1780--.... page 66, John Campbell, hatter; JOHN THE HATTER
John Merchant of Drumore 1:389 1781 Richard Mathews vs. Campbell .--John Campbell , merchant in Philadelphia, 1781, but of Drummore Township, Lancaster County, Pennsyylvania, in 1788. Letters of Campbell related to the Mathews (Richard) answer of John Campbell , sworn to before John Kean in Frederick County, 6th August, 1787. Letter from Campbell , Philadelphia, 4th October, 1781. "Mrs. Campbell joins me in love to you and Mrs. Mathews, and all our friends there." Letter from Richard Mathews to John Campbell , dated New Glasgow, 10th October, 1783: "My brother, Joseph--officers certificates, the interest of which is punctually paid annually and warrants on the Treasury are almost the only circulating medium we have here. John Barclay is going to Georgia. Colonel George Mathews and a number of other officers set off to Georgia about 15th November." Some years before 1788, Richard Mathews lived at New Glasgow, in Rockingham County. Letter of Richard Mathews to John Campbell dated New Glasgow, 11th September, 1781--"Our cattle is now in a very ticklish situation, order being just come from the Governor to impress all that can be got. All our friends here are well. Mrs. Mathews joins me in our love to you and Mrs. Campbell and all our friends with you. I hope to have the pleasure of Cousin Jimmy's company this winter. I suppose I may wish you joy of a son or daughter by the time this reaches you." John the merchant of Drumore
John 2:3 1781 APRIL, 1791 (A to H)....John Campbell vs. Richard Mathews--Writ to Augusta, 29th April, 1790. Bond dated 1781.
JohnLVA Grant 1781 Land grant 1 February 1781. Augusta County. 250 acres on some drafts of the Middle River, adjacent Alexander WalkerPerson:John Campbell (290)one of the last known records for John of Augusta Meetinghouse; adjacent to Alexander Walker
John 3:168 1781 Page 363.--27th August, 1777. Thomas Story's estate sold at vendue, and settlement--1779, January, paid Gerald Phelan for schooling the orphans; 1781, January, paid John Campbell, collector of additional tax, for raising 80 soldiers in Augusta.
John 3:566 1781 Page 527.--15th November, 1781. John Hemphill, of Baltimore County,Maryland, to Edmond Burton. Patented to said John, 12th January, 1780.Teste: James Anderson, John and Robert Campbell. Robert Connely.
John 1:225 1782 APRIL 17 1782....Page (372) John McKittrick recommended Captain, vice James Trimble, resigned; John qualified, and William Anderson as Lieutenant and Robert Anderson as Ensign; Robert qualified; John Campbell qualified Captain, vice Joseph Patterson, and William Allen qualified as Lieutenant and Arthur Connerley as Ensign. Captain John Campbell
John 1:232 1782 AUGUST 19, 1782....Page (81) John Hatfield chose John Campbell guardian.
John1782NOVEMBER 19, 1782... (437) John Gamble recommended in Capt. John Cambles Company.


John 1:379 1783 John Abney vs. John Campbell and John Henderson.--Petition, 29th July, 1783. Henderson dead.
John 2:384 1783 19th August, 1783--John Campbell, guardian for John Hatfield, orphan of Mansfield Hatfield.
John 2:430 1783 Tithables, 1783; in Capt. Givens's and Campbell's Companies: ... George Campbell and sons John, Jacob, George, Hugh Campbell and son Robert, John son of George
John 3:170 1784 Page 424.--23d January, 1784. John McMahon's will--To wife, Deborah; to daughter, Nancy; to son, William, home plantation, 330 acres.infant; to son, John; to son, Robert; to daughter, Mary; daughter, Elizabeth; to 3 youngest daughters. Executors, wife and son Robert. Teste:William Wilson, John Campbell. Proved, 19th October, 1784 (formerlyproved by Rev. M. Wilson), by John Campbell.
John 3:170 1784 Page 427.--19th October, 1784. Recorded. Mathew Kennedy's ditto,by Thos. Rankin, James Craig, Jno. Campbell. Appraisement 1st October, 1784.
John 3:171 1784 Page 435.--16th November, 1784. Recorded. John McMahon's appraisement by William Johnston, Arthur Connly, Jno. Campbell, Hugh Donaghe.
John 3:184 1784 12th June, 1784. .... Page 147.--Hugh Allen's estate in account with the administrator--Topaid William Craig, who married the widow, her one-third; to paid Capt John Campbell for soldier's bounty; to paid Robt. Rhodes for schoolingorphans; to paid Archibald Dixon for soldier's bounty. Capt John Campbell
John 1:422 1785 John Dixon vs. George Anderson.--Affidavit, 17th October, 1801, that John Campbell is an inhabitant of Kentucky, and is about to return to that State. Deposition of John states that in 1785 or 1786 he assisted his brother, Robert Campbell , to build a house for defendant. John Patterson and his brother, Thomas Patterson. John of KY
John 1:241 1785 MAY 19, 1785....Page (59) Archibald Strange, Peter Hindricks, John Henderson, Abraham Kelly, John Campbell' , Sr., Daniel Harvie, John McKenny--returned no inhabitants. Jophn Campbell gone
John 3:173 1785 Page 478.--1st March, 1785. Thomas Stevenson's will--To son-in-law,George Poage, 1 shilling; to grandson, George Poage, 1 shilling; to grandson, John Poage; to Agness Reed; to Joseph Hannah; to Deborah Reed;to Isabel Reed; to Alex. Reed; what money Henry King owes to be givento the poor if got from him; 20 shillings to pale in the church yard; toRobert Reed, Jr. Executors, Alex. Reed and David Gibson. Teste: John Campbell, Thomas Willson, Jno. Dixon. Proved, 16th August, 1785, byWilson and Dixon. Executors qualify.
John 2:411 1785 1785---Page 1, orphans bound by order: ... page 59, John Campbell, Pennsylvania; John of Pennsylvania
John 3:576 1786 Page 267.---23d March, 1786. John Campbell, yeoman, to James Craig,yeoman, on Cathey's River on Sinking Spring Branch, the head of Little'sRun where said Campbell now liveth. Mortage. Teste: George Craig,James Eley. Person:John Campbell (290) Little's Run Location suggests John 290
John 1:244 1786 JANUARY 17, 1786.Page (277) John Campbell appointed guardian of Joseph Conkin, orphan of George Conkin.
John [Camel] 280 1786 1786--December 19, Alexander Elliott, of Rockbridge, and Nancy Campbell, daughter of Andrew Campbell; sureties, John Didall and Alex., son of George Elliott; witnesses, Moras Loyd and Wm. Elliott, John Camel and David Henderson. probably "John Cambell"
John 2:385 1786 17th January, 1786--Jno. Campbell, ditto of Joseph Conkins, ditto ofGeo. Conkins.
John 1:412 1787 Isabella and Barbara Walker, infants, by Hugh Donaghe, their guardian, vs. Elizabeth and Robert Walker, Arthur Connolly and John Campbell .--Alex. Walker, father of oratrixes, and husband of Elizabeth, and father (?) of Robert, died, 1774, with will. Bill for accounting. Elizabeth Walker's answer, sworn to 10th December, 1790. Spa. in chancery, 2d June, 1787. This suit contains settlement of the estate, with all the heirs, giving names. Person:John Campbell (290) Lived adjacent to Person:Alexander Walker (42)
John 2:302 1787 1787--December 17, Robert Cochran and John Campbell, surety. RobertCochran and Jane Laird, daughter of David Laird (consent).
John 3:592 1787 Page 125.--18th November, 1787. John Campbell, Sr., to James Steel,part of 570 acres formerly property of James Campbell, deceased, and sold to James Steel by consent of said John Campbell, joining John Cloid's part of said tract. Teste: Geo. Hutcheson Ben. Stuart, Andrew Fulton, Robert Bell.
John 1:253 1788 MAY 20, 1788....Page (518) John Campbell, Sr., fined for misbehaving in presence of the Court.
John 1:254 1788 MAY 24, 1788. (537-538) John Campbell's fine (page 518) remitted.
John 1:255 1788 OCTOBER 21, 1788....Page (612) Depositions to be taken of John Campbell and James Agnew, about to remove. John Campbell about to remove
John 3:184 1788 Page 157.--23d October, 1788. Isaac Waugh's will--To sister, Jean, 60 acres in Cumberland County, Penna., cor. David Bell's fence and James Ellet's line; also one-third of the orchard left him in father's will; "the aboveland I leave to James' own disposal"; to brother, Samuel; to brother, John.Executrix, sister Jean. Teste: John Campbell, Henry Spering, JamesOliver. Proved, 16th June, 1789, by Campbell and Sherring. ExecutrixJane Richardson qualified.
John 3:186 1788 Page 185.--15th April, 1788. John Blair's will--To father; to 3 sisters,Elizabeth, Mary, and Jean; to sister, Margaret; to brother, James; to mother.Executors, father and James Seawright. Teste: John Campbell, Jacob andJohn Sheetz. Proved. 15th December, 1789, by Campbell and JacobSheets. Executor Seawright qualifies.
John 2:172 1788 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 thesurvivors 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. ..'.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 DavidsonCounty, 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 inWashington County on Indian, now called Holstein, River. Recordedin Washington County....John Campbell answers. When Joseph moved toKentucky, Margaret had three brothers, viz: William, killed inKentucky; John, killed at Saratoga in 1777; James, now living inKentucky. Margaret, widow of Col. Jno. Buchanan, married _____Anderson and was living with him in Botetourt in 1777. JohnBuchanan'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.[Long entry, elided to focus on John Campbell] This John Campbell of Washington County aged 66 in 1808, implying DOB=1742
John 2:412 1788 46, Thomas Lewis, Rockingham; John Campbell, Philadelphia; John of Philadelphia
John 2:287 1789 1789--November 4, John Campbell and Isabella Bleakly; surety, ThomasBleakly
John 2:289 1789 1789-- January 7, George Hooke and Jane Bleakly, daughter of ThomasBleakly (consent); surety, John Campbell.
John 2:291 1789 1789--June 10, Richard Rankin and Polly Mathews, daughter of WilliamMathews (consent); witnesses, George Rankin, John Campbell; surety, John Campbell.
John 2:350 1789 1789, January 1st--By Rev. Wm. Wilson: ...November 12th, John Campbell and Isabella Bleackley
John 3:185 1789 Page 171.--7th May, 1789). James Blear's will--To wife, Jean; to 3daughters, Elizabeth, Mary, Jean, after marriage or death, of wife Jean;to daughter, Margaret; to son, John; to son, James. Executors, wife andson John. Teste: John Campbell, Samuel King, Thos. Bleakely. Proved,15th September. 1789, by Campbell and Blakely. Executors qualify.
John 3:189 1789 --12th June, 1789....Page 244.--List of book debts due Thomas Stuart--By John Allison(Middle River); James Bates, Jr.; Manis Burgey; James Buchanan (nearJohn Tate's); ditto (Burden's Land); John Bell, son to the widow; Wm.Burbridge; Wm. Barnett (Rockfish); John Caldwell (son Samuel); JohnCock (Mason); Jno. Campbell (son to Henry); Robt. Campbell (son towidow); Robt. Cowan (son to James); William Campbell (Sander's son);Robt. Campbell (Smith); Alex. Elliot (son to George); William Fulton(Bigham's son-in-law); James Frazer (Scotchman); ditto (Long Meadow);William Fulton (schoolmaster); James Henry (son to Samuel); Robt.Hamilton (Doctor); John Henderson (shoemaker); Samuel Hays (blacksmith); Wm. Jamison (son to Robert); ditto (Christian's Creek); Wm.Johnston (Brushy (Brusley?) Neck); John Kilpatrick (son to Thomas);James Kilpatrick (Thomas' son); John Lyle (widow's son); Joseph Long(Forks); Edward Long (taylor); John Montgomery (wagonmaker); Jno.Moore (Abney's place); Robert Mitchell (John's son); James McCroscery(John's son); William Moore (D. brother); Alex. Moore (D. brother);James McClung (John's son); James McCown (Frank's son); Alex. Montgomery (son to John); James Moore (son to widow); Wm. McClenachan(Doctor); James McClure (owned A. Reed's place); Mr. _____ Oglebay(son to James Brady); Wm. Poage (Holston); Robert Patterson (carpenter); Wm. Reed (taylor); John Robertson (Providence); James Stuart(Providence); Samuel Steel (Providence); Charles Stuart (millwright);widow Stuart (Burden's Land); John Stuart (taylor); John Sinters(Suinters) (Patrick Martin's son); Robert Stuart (Pastures); John Shields(son to John); William Stuart (schoolmaster); John Thompson (wheelwright); John Thompson (son to James); Thomas Wilson (Caylor's town);John Walker (Forks); Samuel Wilson (James' brother); Thomas Welson(Chesnut Ridge); John Weir (Smith's cousin); Alex. Walker (farmer);John Wilson (Robert's son); James Weir (Jeremiah Teford's father-in-law); Edward Walton; John Weir (Hugh's brother); Hugh Weir (Smith);John Weir (Robert's son); George Taylor (Botetourt); David Steel (Robert's son); James Walker (son to John); David Robertson (Providence);Jno. Starling (Botetourt); Christopher Migrons; Wm. Napper; Jno. Long(Holston).
John 2:10 1790 APRIL, 1790....Arthur Connelly and John Campbell, assignee John Johnston, assignee Daniel Joseph, vs. William Baker--Debt. Writ, 4th July, 1789....
John 2:11 1790 APRIL, 1790....John Campbell vs. Richard Mathews--Writ, 18th February, 1784, Augusta County. Appeal.
John 2:426 1790 Insolvents and Delinquents, 1790:...Jno. and Wm. Campbell, to Kentucky; COULD be John (290).
John 3:188 1790 Page 226.--3d May, 1790. Inquest upon body of a man found in a field of Maj. Andrew Anderson. Verdict: Is the body of John Peck, son of Andrew Peck, aged between sixteen and seventeen; died by hand of God--Robert Kenney, Andrew Anderson, James Allen, Jr., Alex. Reed, John Crawford, Thomas Poage, Jr., Jas. Kerr, Jas. Cochran, Thos. Frame, Wm.Crawford, John Campbell, John Gamble. Held in consequence of an order from me in absence of Coroner.--David Stephenson.
John 3:190 1790 Page 284.--19th February, 1790. John Stuart's estate appraised byJohn Campbell, George Crawford, John Mills.
John 3:204 1790 Page 122.--13th February, 1790. John Burnside's will--To wife Martha; to daughter, Frances; to 3 grandchildren, Polly, Margaret Summers, Burnside Stuart; to child my daughter is now with; to FrancisMarrah, $1; to nephew, Jno. Burnside, $1; to granddaughter, Margaret; toJennet Treasure; to Peations Ritchey. Executors, wife Martha and JohnMills. Teste: Wm. Willson, John Campbell, J. Hooks. Codicil, 17thApril, 1793. To daughter, Frances Stuart. Teste: Willson and Campbellas above. Proved, September Court, 1794, by Willson, Campbell, andGeorge Hooks. John Mills qualifies.
John 3:591 1790 Page 53.--23d September, 1790. John Campbell, of North Carolina, toJohn Lowry. Delivered to Joseph Lowry, son of John, 10th August, 1791,part of 400 acres patented to John Anderson 10th June, 1740, and by himconveyed to Charles Campbell 17th March, 1747, and by him to his son,said John Campbell, 18th August, 1772. Teste: Benjamin Henkle, Jno.McPhseters, Wm. Wilson, Jos. Lowry, W. Fowler, Maurice Morris. John son of Charles, now in NC
John 1:264 1791 FEBRUARY 15, 1791. Page (387) Andrew Anderson, vice Lieut.-Col. Robert Gamble, removed, recommended as Lieut-Col. of 1st Regiment; and John Campbell for Major. major John Campbell
John 1:265 1791 JUNE 21, 1791....Page (477) Andrew Anderson qualified Lieutenant Colonel, and John Campbell , Major, qualified. major John Campbell
John 2:295 1791 1791--April 30, Michael Goodlink and Margaret Campbell, daughter of Alex. Campbell (consent); witness, Ro. Porterfield; surety, John Campbell,
John 1:399 1792 Mary Holms, infant, by John Holms, her father and next friend, vs. John Campbell .--Writ, 7th November, 1792.
John 2:294 1792 1792--August 7, John Campbell and Sarah Crawford; surety, John Campbell, Sr.
John 2:296 1792 1792--January 16, John Holmes and Agness Caul, daughter of Timothy Caul, deceased, Elizabeth Caul (consent); witnesses, H. Caul, Jno. Campbell, Thos. Caul; sureties, Thomas Story, Hugh Caul.
John 1:400 1793 John Dixon vs. James Kerr and Robert Campbell .--Deposition of James Kerr taken in Lexington, Kentucky, second Tuesday in June, 1793. Son of James, defendant John Campbell's deposition at same place . John Dixon was drafted to go into service under McIntosh, but persuaded Kerr to sell him a servant as a substitute. John Cambell of Lexington Kentucky
John 1:272 1793 MARCH 25, 1793. Page (258) Andrew Anderson recommended as County Lieutenant, John Campbell as Major of 1st Battalion, William Wilson as Major of 2d Battalion. Major John Campbell
John 1:273 1793 JUNE 18, 1793....Page (294) The persons recommended on pages 258 and 259, supra, as military officers, qualified as follows: Andrew Anderson, John Campbell , Thomas Turk, Jr., Robert Gratton. John Campbell qualitfied for Officer
John 309 1793 1793--January 28, Andrew Campbell and Alex. Humphreys, surety.Andrew Campbell and Rebecca Campbell, daughter of John Campbell. Affidavit of age of Rebecca.
John 2:312 1793 1793--June 5, Dennis Mahony and John Campbell, surety. Dennis Mahony and Lettice Howell.
John 3:202 1793 Page 84.--1st October, 1793. Thos. Poage's will, Jr.--To wife, Jean, 1/2mill plantation on Falling Spring, which 1/2 was willed to testator by hisfather; to brother, John. Executors, Rev. John Campbell and brother, John Poage. Teste: Alex. Humphreys, Richard Trother (Strother?),Philip Sholl. Proved, January Court, 1794, by Stother and Sholl. Executors qualify; 3d October, 1793, John Poage, legatee above, relinquishesto widow Jean all claim under the will to any property which came toThomas through the widow Jean, who was Jane Watkins. Rev. JohnCampbell, John Poague was his brotherinlaw
John 1:519 1794 Rebecca McPheeters vs. Woods.--Jane McPheeters deposes, 11th September, 1795, that: She was with her sister, the plaintiff, at John Campbell's some time in May, 1794, being the night before the said Campbell set off for Greenbrier. Polly Notly-Patterson Thompson. John Campbell of Greenbriar
John 1:277 1794 SEPTEMBER 16, 1794.Page (156) John Kennedy, orphan of Mathew Kennedy, above 14, chose John Campbell guardian.
John 2:58 1794 Andrew Campbell & wife, Rebecca vs. John Campbell & Argenbright--O. S. 7; N. S. 3--Bill filed 23rd August, 1794. Rebecca is daughter of Jno. Campbell.
John 2:108 1794 Argenbright vs. Campbell--O. S. 97; N. S. 33--Bill, 1804. Refersto a former suit between the parties in Augusta County, and HighCourt of Chancery. This is a bill by Augustine Argenbright vs. theheirs of John Campbell of Augusta. Writ to Greenbrier County, 1803,to summon Hanna Campbell, devisee and executrix of John Campbell,Jane Smith and John Handley. Deed by John of Augusta County, 1794.Answer by Hanna Cottle, late Campbell, daughter of John. JohnHandley married a daughter of John Campbell. Jane Smith was one ofJohn Campbell's daughters. Andrew Campbell married Rebecca, a
John 2:311 1794 1794--September 23, Wm. Long and John Campbell, surety. Wm. Longand Mary Blair, daughter of James Blair. Wm. Long makes affidavit thathe believes himself above 21, and Mary also. Mary gives her own consent.
John 3:205 1794 Page 124.--20th January, 1794. Martha Burnside's will--Widow of JohnBurnside; to nephew, John Mills; to Jennett Frazer; to Ann Henderson;"If daughter Frances should marry again and have children, then to suchchildren, but if not, then to Frances' present children, viz: Polly, Sommorrison (Samuel Morrison) Burnside, and Margaret. Executors, JohnMills and John Campbell. Teste: H. King, Joseph Peck, Geo. Hook.Proved, September Court, 1794, by Henry King and Joseph Peck. Executors qualify.
John 2:316 1795 1795--February 5, John Campbell and Danl. Early, surety. John Campbell and Mary Early, daughter of Danl. Early.
John 2:354 1795 1795, January 6th--By Rev. Wm. Wilson: .... February5th, John Campbell and Polly Early
John 1:474 1796 - Campbell vs. Kinkead.--The Rev. John Kinkead, debtor to John Campbell . March 1, 1766, Sundries; cash lent to Mrs. Kinkead.
John of Berkeley County 1:513 1796 Caldwell vs. Campbell .--John Campbell, of Berkeley County, sold to Caldwell land on northwest side of Ohio River, part of 1,250 acres belonging to John, who was heir-at-law of Archibald Campbell , deceased (1796), in whose name 6,000 acres were located. John Campbell, of Berkeley County,
John 3:211 1796 Page 265.--27th December, 1796. Thomas Frame's estate appraised by Robert Kinney, John Campbell, Wm. Robertson
John 2:356 1797 1797. March 14th--By Rev. Wm. Wilson: ...May 25th, John Campbell and Polly Scott (Rockingham);
John 2:72 1797 William Baxter vs. James Campbell, Sr., and John Swearingen--Billfiled in Ohio County, 6th March, 1797--O. S. 32; N. S. 11. In 1773 William West and John Sappington came into Ohio County (now Brooke) and made settlement on Harman's Run and resided there until 1774, when they were driven away by the Indians. They returned in 1775 and found James Campbell's tenant in possession. Long before Orator's settlement, Nathaniel Tomlinstone had made a settlement on Harman's Run, which claim Campbell bought. Tomlinson made settlement in 1772 and Campbell boughtin 1773. Philip Beale deposes, 27th April, 1798, at house of Col. Richard Brown in Holyday's Cove, in Brooke County, was acquainted with the land in 1772-1773. In 1773 William West and Joshua McQueen were living on the land in a cabin. James Campbell's son, John, purchased of Tomlinson. In 1773 deponent assisted James Campbell in raising a cabin. George Brown and a party of men came before it was completed and compelled them to desist. Richard Wells deposes at same time and place to sameeffect. John Alexander deposes at same time and place to same effect. Richard Elson deposes at same time and place to same effect. Following deposition taken at home of John Sappingon in Madison County, 27th April, 1798. Cap. John Sappington, a Justice of Peace and lately a representative for Madison County. George Brown, a minister of the Methodist Society. Joshua McQueen deposes at same time and place to same effect. William West deposes at same time and place to same effect. James Campbell, Jr., son of James, Senr., represented James, Sr. John Toland deposes in Ohio County that in 1773 John Campbell bought the land from Tomlinson, and deponent was surety for purchase price. Margaret Langford, daughter of James Campbell, deposes in Ohio County. Richard Boycedeposes in Washington County, Penna., 15th January, 1799, that in 1775 James Kerns employed him to plow on the land. James Kerns deposesin Washington County, Penna., 1799, that in 1775 he was tenant for James Campbell. William Griffith deposes in 1799 that James Campbell, Senr., is about 80. James Campbell, Jr., deposes in Brooke County, 31st May, 1798,that in 1773, spring, he and his brother John came to Ohio County. John bought the land from Tomlinson and improved it, and was drowned. In the fall Joshua McQueen came. Campbell had the land surveyed by Benjamin Johnstone after the death of Col. Wm. Crawford. John Greathouse deposes 25th January, 1799. John of Ohio Country
John 2:186 1798 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 SallyReyburn.
John 2:173 1798 Walker vs. Reyburn's executors--O. S. 241; N. S. 65--John Walkerof Augusta County, in 1798, bought land from Robert Reyburn of Kentucky,son of John Reyburn of Augusta. Robert Campbell set up claim and isdead, 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 SallyReyburn.
John 3:218 1799 21st July, 1799. ... Page 77.--List of bonds taken by John Campbell and John Mills, whowere executors of Martha Burnside.
John 2:123 1800 Roberts vs. Campbell--O. S. 136; N. S. 47--Bill, 17th September,1809. Orators, Richard and John Roberts, sons of BillingslyRoberts, who prior to 1780 bought from Arthur Campbell a tract onNorth Fork of Holston in Washington County, 500 acres, for which hewas to pay £10,000 in two installments--1st November, 1779, and 1stNovember, 1780. Billingsly lived in Maryland and died there in 1790testate. Margaret Campbell, wife of Arthur, was daughter of CharlesCampbell, to whom the land was granted 22d August, 1753. ThomasTate deposes. John Epperson (Apperson) deposes. Gabriel Eppersondeposes (brothers). George Hayton deposes. Genl. Wm. Tate deposeshe settled there in 1783. John Campbell. Deed 8th January, 1800, byArthur Campbell and Margaret to William Campbell of Lee County, 773acres in Washington County. Recorded in Washington County. Deed16th November, 1781, by Arthur Campbell to Billingsley Roberts. 300acres, part of tract granted Charles Campbell in 1753, and devisedto his daughter Margaret by his will, 24th August, 1761. Recordedin Washington County, 20th November, 1781. Of Washingotn County
John 2:337 1800 1800--January 7, James Campbell and John Campbell, surety. JamesCampbell and Sally Evans, daughter of Griffin Evans.
John 2:64 1803 Christopher Acklin vs. Francis Walker--O. S. 17; N. S. 6--Bill filed1802--Settlement of Wolf Hill tract in Washington County belonging toThomas Walker, deceased, father of Francis. Other settlers were Saml.Biggs, James Craig, Saml. Evans, David Getgood, John Vance. John Vancedeposes, 19th August, 1803, at house of John McCormick in Abingdon, thatbetween 1773 and 1775 he and Christopher Acklin settled on the Wolf Hilltract, deponent having purchased a settlement of John Huston; Daniel Smithwas Dr. Walker's agent. James Crow settled on the Wolf Hill tract in1778; James Piper was also a settler. Francis Walker went to school toDaniel Smith, the agent. Josiah Gamble deposes in Blount County, Tennessee, 10th March, 1803, that he and Daniel Smith were the agents ofWalker, and Acklin was the first settler on the land in dispute. DanielSmith deposes at his own house in Sumner County, Tennessee, 12th March,1804. Robert Doaek was Walker's agent before Smith, in years 1770-72.Alexander Brackenridge deposes in Bourbon County, 10th June, 1803: In1769?1776 a certain Robert Doak said he was agent for Dr. Thos. Walker and induced Alexr. to take a part of the lands, and he, in November of same year, went there and built a cabin, and in September, 1770, he moved there. In 1772 Doak came and laid off the lands to the settlers. In 1773 settlers were advertised to meet at the house of Samuel Briggs. John Vance vs. Walker--O. S. 16; N. S. 6--Similar to above. JohnCampbell deposes at house of John McCormick in Abingdon, 25th June,1803, that in fall of 1768 he came for the first time to western part of Virginia, and on his way overtook a number of persons, who informed himthey were coming to settle on a tract owned by Dr. Thos. Walker, knownas Wolf Hill tract. Andrew Vance, in 1802, was son of John. AlexanderBrackenridge testifies as before (but the transaction took place in 1769, instead of 1776, as above). Josiah Gamble deposes as John Campbell above; in 1769, he was going to Holstein and overtook the party to Wolf Hill tract. Deposition of Wm. Y. Conn (?): That about 1785 he came to Abingdon.Joseph Acklin, son of Christopher, deposes. Joseph Black deposes. Of Washingotn County
John 1:423 1812 June 1812 John Campbell , of Kentucky, formerly of Augusta County, vs. John Mills.--Plaintiff and defendant were executors of Martha Burnsides. Bill sworn to in Mason County, Kentucky. James Campbell was nephew of John. John Campbell of Mason Co KY
John 1:425 1813 JULY AND SEPTEMBER, 1813 John Campbell vs. Arthur, John and David Connelly.--John and David are sons of Arthur. Settlement of Walker's estate.
John 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 Campbellwas son of Dugald Campbell. John son of Alexander Campbell and Jane
John 2:507 1824 1824 to 1838.--[probate record of some sort] ....Page 494,John Campbell. nature of record unclear. date very unclear.
John H. 2:261 1827 Thomas Berry vs. Rebecca Berry--O. S. 414; N. S. 150--Bill by Rebecca Berry of Rockingham, daughter of Henry Berry, who bought 212 acres from213 acres from George Homrickhizer. Oratrix had brother John andbrother Henry and brother Thomas. Deed was made to Thomas. In1818 Thos. sold 20 acres to Thos. Gilmore. Henry, Sr., died 1810, intestate, leaving wife, since dead, and children, viz: Thos., Henry, SarahMcCloud; Jane, who married Jno. Gladen; John; Margaret Smith, deceased; Elizabeth McClure, deceased, leaving son Joseph McClure McKey(McChee?); oratrix. Oratrix has lived on the land 24 years. In 1827 John H. Campbell received deed from Thos. Berry. Geo. Berry deposesin Harrisonburg, June, 1828, Henry Berry was his apprentice and HenryBerry and Charles Spracher about 12 years ago. Geo. is 63 years old andThos. Berry is five years younger. Rebecca was 20 years old when theland was bought from Humbrickhouser. At that time she had a bastardchild. Witness knew Thos. Berry before he came to Virginia. George camewith Henry's family. They came 10-11 years before purchase from Humbrickhouser from the Jerseys. Thos. Berry married daughter of Jno.Gordon, who deposes, Gordon with Thos. Berry is about to move to WesternCountry. Gordon McWilliams deposes, he was a waggoner to Fredericksburg. George Gordon had lived on the Humbrickhouser place. John Berry,son of Henry, Sr., deposes, Henry came from New Jersey, about 10 milesfrom Monmouth Court House; they moved to Virginia when the troopswere ordered to the Whiskey Rebellion. Thomas was then about 23 yearsold. Jane married John McKay about 1797, and afterwards John Gladwell.Sallie McCloud moved to the West Fork of Potomac. At age 13 JohnBerry was put to learn blacksmith trade and went to Kentucky and was gone6 months. Henry, Sr., died 16 years ago last April. Thomas Gordon livedin Muddy Creek in 1812.
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John 3:540 ? Page 394.--Part of plantation whereon John Campbell now lives Teste:James Foster.