Person:George Campbell (49)

George Campbell
d.bef. 27 October 1800 Augusta County, Virginia
m. bef. 1721
  1. Elizabeth Campbellbef 1721 -
  2. James Campbell1721 - 1745
  3. Sarah Campbellest 1722-1742 -
  4. Prudence CampbellBEF 1728 - BEF 1762
  5. Charles Campbell1742 -
  6. Lettice Campbellabt 1744 -
  7. George Campbellabt 1744 - bef 1800
  • HGeorge Campbellabt 1744 - bef 1800
  • WAgnes McClureABT 1751 -
m. abt. 1769
  1. Robert CampbellEst 1769-1784 -
  2. Mary Campbell1769 - 1850
  3. Jane CampbellEst 1769-1784 -
  4. Elizabeth 'Betsy' CampbellEst 1769-1784 -
  5. Joseph CampbellEst 1769-1784 -
  6. George Campbell1800 -
Facts and Events
Name George Campbell
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1744 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1769 Augusta County, Virginiato Agnes McClure
Death? bef. 27 October 1800 Augusta County, Virginia

George Campbell was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 534.--15th August, 1766. Stephen ( ) Arnold and Jane ( ) to George Campbell, £40, 120 acres at the Cove on south side James River, crossing Elk Creek. Teste: Daniel Evans, Samuel McCluer (?). (Note: Samuel McClure, who witnessed this deed was the father-in-law of George Campbell).

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 46.--14th August, 1765. George Campbell, Agness ( ) Campbell, his wife, and Prudence Campbell, his mother, to Andrew McClure, £130, 194 acres in Forks of James and in the fork of Wood's Creek and North Branch of James; corner Joseph Walker. Teste: Jno. McCampbell, Charles Campbell. Delivered: grantee, September, 1770.


  • Page 82.--3d May, 1800. George Campbell's will--To wife and family until youngest child is 21; to wife, Agness, and 5 children; title to be made to William Moore; live children, viz: Robert, Mary, Jenny, Betsy, Joseph Campbell. Executors, wife Agness, John Purris, Thomas Fulton. Teste: Geo. Reid, David Shoultz, Samuel Brown. Codicil, 9th June, 1800, provision for possible unborn child. Teste: Same as before. Proved, 27th October, 1800, by all witnesses. Wife Agness and John Purrer qualify.


From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Campbell vs. Reid--O. S. 247; N. S. 87--Bill, 1814. George Campbell of Augusta died, testate, leaving 5 children, viz: Robert, Mary, Jane, Betsey and Joseph, and widow Agness, enceint on a child named George. In 1801, Agness married Samuel Reed. John Purris has removed to Tennessee. Suit to settle George's estate.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1801--November 30, Saml. Reid and James Foster, surety. Saml. Reid, widower, and Nancy Campbell, widow of Geo. Campbell, deceased.