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Person DOBDODDOMSpouseFatherMotherNote
Person:Patrick Campbell (11)1696 17671)<1716
2) c1753
1) Elizabeth Taylor
John (205)Grace Hays
Person:Patrick Campbell (14)1724 1799 1774 Ann Powell Patrick (11)ElizabethTaylor Ann Powell is sometimes identified as the wife of Patrick (12), based on a 1774 marriage record in Botetourt County. While this is certainly possible, Patrick (12) would have been 50 years of age at the time, and it seems more likely that this record is for Patrick (14)
Person:Patrick Campbell (12)c1753 c1833 Agness Person:David Campbell (46)|David (46)]]Mary Hamilton A 1777 land transaction, of Patrick and wife Agness, involving the former land of Patrick (11), suggests that this is Patrick (12), son of Patrick (11), and that his wife's name was Agness.


All from Source:Chalkley's Chronicles unless noted otherwise

2:373 1738 (34) May 15 [1738],...(35) Survey for Patt Campbell, beginning at a valley on ye South Sideof South River, thence with the lines of ye pattint. Hammock's branch, Christy's Kreek, Jno. Buchanan's line. Patrick Campbell (11) This is the main survey for Patrick Campbell on southeast edge of Beverly Manor. Christy's Creek is presumably CHristian's Creek, and Hammock's branch is Hancock's Branch.
3:286 1738 Page 767.--John Patterson, weaver, to John Ward, yeoman, 231 acres inBeverley Manor, Wm. Bev, Patrick Campbell, Wm. Sayers, So. River. Partof 1546 acres conveyed by Beverky to Pat. Campbell, 1738, and this partsold by Pat to Wm. Sayers, 1745. Teste: John Piery and Jno. Peery, thesame, Elizabeth, wife of John Patterson. Teste: James Kerr, Jno. O. Peery. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:270 1740 Page 35.--Joseph Reed, Taylor to David Hayes, yeoman, bought by Joseph from Beverley, 24th July, 1740, and deeded, 25th September, 1741;Wm. Beverley, corner Jno. Buchanan, James Robinson, Charles Campbell.Teste: Patrick Campbell. Patrick Campbell (11)
1:421 1742 AUGUST, 1801 (A to B). Brownlee vs. Myers.--Original deed by Phinley McClure, of OrangeCounty, to John Brownlee, of same place, dated 26th May, 1742, conveystract in B. M. Glade, of Hammock's Branch, Cor. Pat. Campbell, Cor. DavidMitchell, 444 acres. Test, Shurley Whatley, James Clark, Catlett Conway. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:288 1742 Page (874) 868.--28th August, 1750. James Letherdale, blacksmith, toJohn Harrison, yeoman, on Luney's Mill Creek of James, 366 acres; patented to John, 12th February, 1742. The object of this conveyance is tocorrect certain conveyances by Harrison to Letherdale and thereby enableHarrison to make good deeds. Teste: John Lynn, Patrick Campbell, Francis Beaty. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:257 1746 Page 177.--18th February, 1746. John Buchanan, yeoman, to JamesCowan, £18.10.0 current money Virginia; 374 acres in B. M. in Patrick Campbell's line; Reed and Moor's land; Col. Patton's land. Witnesses,Andrew Cowen, Robert Foyle, James Trimble. Acknowledged, 18th February, 1746. Patrick Campbell (11)
1:408 1746 MARCH, 1796 (A to C). Buchanan vs. McCutchen.--Deed by Alexander Douglas to Andrew Duncan conveys a tract in Beverley Manor, 233 acres, joining Patrick Campbell's and Charles Campbell's and Brownlee's land, and a tract known as the Pine Run, where Francis Beatty once lived, 230 acres. Dated 16th October, 1746. Witnesses: Robert and John Cunningham. Patrick Campbell (11)
1:33 1747 FEBRUARY 18, 1747/8.... (346) John Brownlee appointed Overseer of the Indian Road, vice Patrick Campbell. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:261 1747 Page 280.--.12th August, 1747. Wm. Beverley, of Essex, to James Lynn£_____; 538 acres in Beverley Manor on South River, Shanando; SamuelDoah's land; Patrick Campbell's land; Brownlee's land; George Brackenridge's land. Teste: Robt. Davis, Jno. Mitchell, W. Russell. Proved byall witnesses, 19th August, 1747. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:262 1747 Page 317.--13th August, 1747. Wm. Beverley to John Mitchell, £20;609 acres in Beverley Manor; corner to Samuel Brafford; John Buchanan'sland; Patrick Campbell's land; crossing South River; Samuel Doak's land.Witnessed and proved as above. Patrick Campbell (11) Page misnumbered,
1:298 1748 FEBRUARY AND MARCH, 1748....Campbell vs Campbell.--Bond of Patrick Campbell to Maryan (Marion) Campbell, widow and relict of William Campbell, dated 1745. Assignment on back to John Campbell, dated 1747, and signed Maryan Buchanan. Patrick Campbell (11)
2:434 1748 Page 17.--James Fulton and John Mitchell make returns, viz: 1748,26th March, processioned for Samuel Doak, present Samuel Braford; processioned for John Mitchell, present Samuel Doak; processioned for SamuelBraford, present Samuel Doak; processioned for John Buchanan, presentJames Cowen; processioned for Martha Mitchell (widow), present JohnBuchanan; processioned for James Cowen, present David Mitchell; processioned for David Moor, present Jas. Cowan; processioned for RobertWilson, present Andrew Alexander; processioned for Andrew Alexander,present Robert Wilson; processioned for Patrick Campbell, present JosephReed; processioned for Joseph Reeds, present Chas. Campbell; processionedfor Chas. Campbell, present Pat. Campbell; processioned for Patrick Hays,present Wm. Robinson; processioned for Robert Alexander, present RobertRamsey; processioned for Robt. Ramsey, present Pat. Hays; processioned forSarah Ramsey (widow), present Robt. Ramsey; processioned for John Lockhart, present Pat. Hays; processioned for Thos. Beard, present John Lockhart; processioned for Samuel Wilson, present Robert Wilson; processionedfor David Doak, present Samuel Wilson; processioned for Eleanor Mitchell(widow), present Robert Wilson; processioned for John Teats, presentThos. Beard; processioned for James Linn, present Samuel Doak; processioned for John Brownlee, present Wm. Smith; processioned for GeorgeBreckinridge, present, Breckenridge; processioned for James Robinson, present Anthony Black; processioned for Anthony Black, present Jas.Robinson; processioned for Wm. Robinson, present Robinson; processioned for Jas. Fulton, present Alex. Brownlee; processioned for SamuelSteel, present John Fulton. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:542 1748 Page 3.--231 acres in Beverley Manor, part of 1,546 acres sold byBeverley to Patrick Campbell in 1748, by Campbell to Wm. Sawyers, 1745;by him to John Patterson, 1748; by Patterson to Ward, 19th May, 1760. Patrick Campbell (11) Sequence of sale dates is in error. Campbell probably aquired this land prior to 1745, when he sold it to Sawyers
3:272 1748 Page 138.--15th September, 1748. Joseph Reed, Taylor to David Sayers,Jr. Bought by Joseph from Wm. Beverley, 24th July, 1740, and 26th September, 1741. Corner James Robinson; Christian's Creek; corner FrancisBeaty. Teste: John Buchanan, Charles and Pat. Campbell. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:297 1751 Page 453.--27th August, 1751. David Hay, yeoman, and Jane, to William Thompson, weaver, 306 acres, Christian's Creek, sold by Beverley toJoseph Reed, taylor, 23d July, 1740; 25th September, 1741. Corner JohnBuchanan; David Moor's land; James Robinson's line; Charles Campbell's line; Patrick Campbell's corner. Patrick Campbell (11)
1:50 1752 MAY 20, 1752.... (246) Elizabeth Campbell relinquished dower in 514 acres, conveyed by her husband, Patrick Campbell, to Charles Campbell, in Orange. Patrick Campbell (11) Transfer of land to presumed son Charles
1:54 1752 AUGUST 21, 1752.... (328) Charles Campbell, Wm. Long, Joseph Love, John Wilson, Wm. Wright, Anthony Black, James Robinson and Patrick Campbell--clear and keep a road from Wm. Long's mill to Charles Campbell's. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:302 1752 Page 223.--20th May, 1752. Patrick Campbell, Sr., and Elizabeth, toPatrick Campbell, Jr., 212 acres. From Beverley to Patrick, Sr., 21st February, 1738; Wm. Thompson's line; Samuel Braford's and John Mitchel'slines; corner John Ward; corner Charles Campbell. Crossing Christian'sCreek and South River. Teste: David Hay, Arthur Hamilton. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:303 1752 Page 272.--20th March, 1752. John Buchanan, miller, to Samuel Braford, planter, 410 acres. In Beverley Manor on head Christian's Creek;corner James Cowan. Patrick Campbell's line; John Mitchel's cornerTeste: Charles Campbell, John Kerr. Patrick Campbell (11)
1:442 1753 1753-1754, Pt. 1. To the Worshipful Court of Augusta now sitting: We, the inhabitants ofthis County, have long felt the smart of the great indulgence the ordinarykeepers of this County have met with in allowing them to sell such largequantities of rum and wine at an extravagant rate, by which our money isdrained out of the County, for which we have no return but a fresh supplyto pick our pockets. We, your petitioners, humbly pray your worship toput a stop to the said liquors, which would encourage us to pursue our laborious designs, which is to raise sufficient quantities of grain which would suffciently supply us with liquors and the money circulate in this County to the advantage of us, the same. We hope that your worships will discover to us that you have a real regard for the good of the County, and lay us under an obligation to pray for your prosperity. Robert Stevenson, James Hamilton, Alexander Walker, James Robertson, James Stevenson, JohnChristian, Alexander Blair, Thomas Shiels, Robert Christian, Thomas Stewart, James Allen, Joseph Hanna, Francis Beaty, Mathew Lyle, Archibald Reah, JohnWalker (?), Samuel Downey, Daniel McAnair (McEvear), Robert Spears(Syers), Daniel Danison, Robert Moffet, Alexander Henderson, AndrewHamilton, John Finley, Thomas Beard, Archibald Armstrong, William Mackan, James Campbell, John Vance, John Archer, James Reburn, AlexanderGibson, William Lewis, George Scott, Joseph Bell, James Coyl, WilliamLogen, Samuel McCune, John Caruth, Patrick Hays, Robert Sayers, AndrewMcCombe, James Montgomery, James Scott, George Crawford, John Allen,Edward Spear, James Brown, John King, John Anderson, William Logan,Patrick Campbell, Jacob Lockhart, Sam Wallace, James Knox, John Carlile,Charles Campbell, Mathew Harper, John Jackson, James Miller, JohnHutcheson, William Palmer, Samuel Love, James Miller, John Henderson,Zachariah Bell (Belche), Andrew Ewin, John Thompson, Loftus Pullin,James Gay, Alexander Craig, Thomas Teat, William Wallace, John Wilson,Alexander Ritchey, James McGee. John Thompson, Samuel Calhoon, JohnTrimble, Alexander Thompson, William Snodon, Newman McGonigle, JohnTrimble, Archibald Allison, John Brown, William Thomson. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:30 1753 Page 522.--21st November, 1753. Michael Realy's estate and appraisement. Robert Campbell, North Mountain, owes. 15th September, 1753,vendue at house of John Black. Patrick and David Campbell owe. Patrick Campbell (11)
1:440 1753 [June, 1753.]... Inhabitants of head of South River petition that they have to keep theirroads only 1/2 mile apart for space of four miles and ask that the three bereduced 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. Patrick Campbell (11)
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. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:317 1753 Page 436.--15th May, 1753. Andrew Duncan and Jane to John Wilson,cordwainer, 1753, 232 acres, part of 1546 acres sold by Beverley to PatrickCampbell in Beverley Manor, and 238 acres, 1 rood, sold by Campbell toWm. Syers, and by Sayers to Andrew Duncan; on South River Shannando.Cor. Charles Campbell and John Ward, John Brownlee's line; Manor line. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:338 1753 Page 178.--20th August, 1753. Alexander Brownlee ( ) and Sarah( ), to John Cozbey, £14, 5, 400 acres patented to Alexander, 20th June,1749, on No. Side Southermost Branch of No. River of Shanando. Teste:John Brownlee, Pat. Campbell, Mathew Thompson. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:41 1754 Page 136.--3d December, 1754. William Smith's will--farmer. Childyet unborn; wife's young son, Thos. Steel; step-daughter, Jannet Steel;stepson, Robert Steel; stepson, Thomas Steel. Executors, Samuel Steeland wife Janet. Teste: Patt. Campbell, Wm. Steel, Robert Alexander.Proved, 17th March, 1756, by Campbell and Alexander. Executors qualify,with surety John Ward. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:326 1754 Page 308.--15th May, 1754. Patrick Campbell, Sr., and Elinor to sonJohn 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. Patrick Campbell (11)
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, forPat. 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.
2:399 1757 1757--Page 5, John Campbell, son of Patrick, (March), Fine and boundto peace, Entering attorney ads. Christian; Patrick Campbell (11) The only Patrick old enough to have a son of age in 1757 would be Patrick 11
3:52 1759 Page 296.--1st February, 1759. James McCutchen's will, freeholderTo wife Grisal and youngest son James, the tract testator lives on; tooldest son John and second son Patrick, 343 acres in Calf Pasture; to sonWilliam, if he lives to age, land; to elder daughter Sarah, second daughterElizabeth. Executors, wife Grisal, Patrick Campbell, Samuel McCutchen.Teste: Robt. Campbell, W. Christian, Chas. Campbell, James Campbell.Proved, 16th May, 1759, by Wm. Christian and Ro. Campbell. Executorsqualified.
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. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:77 1760 Page 232.--18th November, 1760. Samuel Steel's bond (with ThomasPaxton, Pat. Campbell), as guardian (chosen) to David Steel, orphan toThomas Steel. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:393 1762 Page 116.--11th December, 1762. William Lockridge and Agness ( )to David Steel, £100, 244 acres on Halfway Creek in Borden's tract; cor.Thomas Hill; Moore's cor.; David Moore's cor. Teste: Samuel and RobertSteel, Patt. Campbell. Delivered: Samuel Steel, June, 1766. Patrick Campbell (11)
3:87 1763 Page 375.--25th November, 1763. Silas Hart's bond (with Wm. Thompson, Pat. Campbell) for collection of County proportion. Patrick Campbell (11)
2:455 1767 [1767] Page 441.--Processioners' returns, by Thos. Shields and Jas. Meteire,viz: For Patt. Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for Robt. Willson, for Thos.Brown, for Wm. Thompson, for Pat. Hays, for John Ward, for Wm. Purrens (Purvens), for James Henry, for Nathl. Steele, for Geo. Bright, forRoben 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, forHugh 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 JamesMoffett, for Wm. Cunningham, for David Doake, for Hugh Fulton andJames Fulton, for Saml. Steele, for Alex. Brownlee, for John Brownlee.
3:449 1767 Page 190.--26th January, 1767. Brice (Bryce) Hanna to Patrick Campbell, one horse. Teste: Jno. Taylor, Thomas Steel. Delivered: Wm. Hay,December, 1767.
2:406 1769 1769--Page 5...John Campbell, brother to Pat, recording Vance's deeds to you; Patrick Campbell (12) Patrick (11) died 1767, so this must be his son
3:110 1769 Page 233.--16th August, 1769. William Preston and William Campell's bond as administrators of John Buchanan (with William Thompson,Robert Breckinridge, William Christian, Patrick Campbell, John Mills,David Robinson, John Taylor). Patrick Campbell (12) Patrick (11) died 1767, so this must be his son
3:495 1770 Page 215.-- 20th March, 1770. William ( ) Logan and Isabella ( ) toSamuel Wright, £130, 155 (C L V) acres in Beverley Manor, part of atract, sold by Beverley to William Wright and by William to said Logan,23d May, 1750; Alexander Henderson's line; corner William Johnson.Teste: Elijah McClenachan, Patrick Campbell, William Meteer. Patrick Campbell (12) Patrick (11) died 1767, so this must be his son
3:499 1770 Page 369.--24th May, 1770. Robert Mitchell to Thomas Shields, 1 horsebranded, 1 Dand Flower of de luce, cattle, furniture and crops. Teste:Wm. Thompson, Patt. Campbell. Delivered: Thos. Shields, 27th March,1772. Patrick Campbell (12) Patrick (11) died 1767, so this must be his son
3:511 1771 Page 328.--2d August, 1771. [[William Beverley]to Patrick Campbel. £40, 234 acresin Beverley Manor, on south side of Timber Ridge, James Leeper's line.John Shield's line; corner Robert Christian and John Shields; corner JamesHamilton, James Wilson's line. Delivered: Patrick Campbell, 11th March,1772. Patrick Campbell (12) Patrick (11) died 1767, so this must be his son
3:468 1773 Page 339.--17th May, 1768. John Tate to Thomas Tate, £1, 200 acres,corner James Lynn and John Tate. Teste: Thomas Paxton, Finley McClure. Delivered: Pat. Campbell. 4th August, 1773. Patrick Campbell (12) Patrick (11) died 1767, so this must be his son
- 1774 Campbell, Patrick of Botetourt County, and Ann Powell, spinster, November 3, 1774. James Ware, surety. Patrick Campbell (12) [Marriage Records of Amherst County, Virginia 1763-1800]
3:545 1775 Page 242.--20th November, 1775. Patt. Campbell and Ann ( ) to Thomas Stevenson, of Amherst County.
3:549 1777 Page 475.--20th May, 1777. Patrick Campbell and Agness to John Burk of Philadphia, Penna., tract bought by Patrick Campbell, deceased, from Beverley 21st February, 1738, and deed recorded in Orange. 1) )Patrick Campbell (12)
2)Patrick Campbell (11)
First Patrick could be (12) or (14), but since this record involves the land of Patrick (11), the one married to Agness is most likely Patrick (12)
2:41 1780 SEPTEMBER, 1804 (A to C). Buchanan vs. Campbell--Bond, 6th June, 1780, by Isaac Campbell andSaml. Wallace to David Hay, guardian to James Campbell, Jr., son to Pattrick Campbell, deceased. Test, James Cunningham, Jno. McCown, Jr.Declaration is as follows: David Buchanan, assignee of James Campbell,who was assignee of David Hay, complains of Isaac Campbell, survivingobligor of Isaac Campbell and Saml. Wallace, Patsey Wallace, Charles Grigsby and Elizabeth (his wife), late Elizabeth Wallace, James Wallace,James Grigsby and Rebecca (his wife), late Rebecca Wallace, relict of Saml.Wallace, heirs and representatives of said Saml., deceased. February,1804.
2:138 1803 Wilson vs. Holliday--O. S. 168; N. S. 59--Bill filed in BrookeCounty, 8th August, 1803. George Holliday, formerly of Glenco, nowof Ballegate, Scotland, complains that before 1783 in Scotland,John Henderson, sometimes of Kingshouse in Scotland, at timesfollowing droving, became indebted to George, who is his nearrelative by account from 1781 to 1785. John privately left theKingdom of Scotland in 1783 and settled in the U. S. Defendants areJames Wilson and his wife, Elizabeth, who is administratrix of JohnHenderson, and who is nearly related to several of the personsmentioned in the account (viz: D. McIntire, A. Cameron, John Scott,Cap. Robert Campbell). Elizabeth was widow of Jno. Henderson.Elizabeth answers that her husband, John Henderson, to whom she wasmarried in 1780, formerly resided in Argyleshire in the Highlandsof Scotland, and left that country and took shipping for America,with this defendant, 9th March, 1784. In Scotland she knew GeorgeHolliday, who came from the borders of England, was married to asister of John Henderson and settled about 18 miles from John'splace of former residence in Argyleshire, but she is confident itwas not in Glenco. George was a farmer and a shepherd. CallMcDonald of Dollness, in Argyle, deposes in Edinborough, viz: Heknew a John Henderson; his complexion fair, pitted with smallpox,about 5 feet, 7 or 8 inches; well made in person and appearance. He married Elizabeth Campbell, daughter of Peter Campbell, in Glasgow,by whom he had one boy, and was said he also had a daughter,but they are both now dead. He left Scotland in 1783,clandestinely. George Holliday married a sister of John. DonaldHenderson, residing at Leith Walk, near Edinburgh, deposes, 1807:Donald and John were brothers. John married a daughter of Peter orPatrick Campbell; he had a son, Alexander, who lived with hisgrandfather at the Kingshouse, but went to the West Indies where hedied. He had also a daughter named Elizabeth, who lived at theKingshouse, where she died young. John was son of Angus Henderson.Daniel McKinsey deposes in Brooke County, 1808; became acquaintedwith John 30 years ago, in Scotland. Unrelated?