Person:Robert Campbell (49)

Robert Campbell, Gentleman
b.Est. 1700-1717
d.bef. 18 March 1777 Augusta County, Virginia
  • HRobert Campbell, GentlemanEst 1700-1717 - bef 1777
  • WSarah UnknownBef 1718 -
m. Bef. 1734
  1. Sarah CampbellEst 1726-1740 -
  2. Mary Campbellbef 1734 -
  3. Martha CampbellAbt 1735 -
  4. Isabella Campbellest 1744 - 1766
Facts and Events
Name Robert Campbell, Gentleman
Gender Male
Birth? Est. 1700-1717
Marriage Bef. 1734 to Sarah Unknown
Death? bef. 18 March 1777 Augusta County, Virginia

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


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Known Roberts

WeRelate DOBDODDOMSPouseFatherMotherNotesIssues
Person:Robert Campbell (59)16781768c1700MargaretOf CalfpastureNo evidence for vita, spouse; presence on Calfpasture is conjectural; may be the same person as Robert (55), or another Robert.
Person:Robert Campbell (55)c17121768John (205)Grace Hays
Person:Robert Campbell (60)c1715 Alexander (46)
Person:Robert Campbell (53) c17181)1755 2)c1765c17651)Ann/Nancy;
2) Margaret Kilpatrick
William (125)Mary Byers
Person:Robert Campbell (49)<1720c1775SarahLived at western Edge of Beverley Manor on Cathay's River; Acquired 350 acres from Beverley in 1740; 200 acres of the 350 is deeded to the "church Wardens and vestrymen" by "Gentleman John Campbell".The Justice. White 1902 has him as the son of John Campbell=Elizabeth Walker.
Person:Robert Campbell (57)1742Robert (55)
Person:Robert Campbell (63) c1745<1778Mary HackettHugh It is possible that Mary is a daughter, not wife. In either case, "Hackett" is presumably her married name. In the case that she was Robert's wife, she had remarried.
Person:Robert Campbell (64)c174618041766Rebecca WallaceJohn (216)Elizabeth WalkerRobert the Cutler, died 1814 in Mason County KY
>Person:Robert Campbell (71)c1748 1770 Elizabeth Donaghe
Person:Robert Campbell (87)1754 Charles (39) Mary Trotter
Person:Robert Campbell (56)175518321785Rebecca McDonaldDavid (46)Mary HamiltonEnsign at Kings Mountain
Person:Robert Campbell (74)Robert (64)Rebecca Wallace
Person:Robert Campbell (88)1788-1793none"the Hatter"; had brother George, sister Jennet.
Person:Robert Campbell (89) George (71)Agness
Person:Robert Campbell (58)>1785 Frances EwellRobert (56)Rebbeca McDonald
Records for Robert Campbell in Old Augusta



Robert Campbell's land (SW, 53 acres, 1749) as shown on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009.

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 573.—27th February, 1749. Same (Grant from William Beverley) to Robert Campbell, 53 acres in Beverley Manor; corner to Manor and patent line; John Rusk's line; delivered: Joseph Tees, November, 1754.
Chalkley's Chronicles
  • Page 505.--27th February, 1749. Deed for the Glebe. Robert Campbell, Gent., to James Lockhart and John Madison, Church Wardens, and the other vestrymen, viz: James Patton, John Buchanan, Patrick Hays, John Christian, John Buchanan, Robert Alexander, Thomas Gordon, John Archer, John Mathews, John Smith, 200 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner James Clarke. 350 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley, 24th July, 1740. Teste: Patrick Cook, John Risk, Matthew Wilson, Nathan Patterson, Samuel Walker.


Chalkley's Chronicles
  • Page 481 - - 4th June, 1775. Robert Campbell's will, farmer, - - To wife, Sarah, executrix, 390 acres home plantation; Hugh Fulton, son-in-law, executor; to daughter Mary Richey, daughter Martha Kennedy; to daughter Sarah Fulton; to Rebecca Crawford, daughter of James Crawford and Isabella Crawford, daughter of testator; to Isabella Crawford, Daughter of George (?) and Isabella above; to James Crawford's second wife, 5 shillings to be paid each by Isabella and Rebecca when they come of age; to daughter Mary Richey, Wm. Kennedy, and Hugh Fulton. (Date at end is July 4th, 1775.) Teste: Pat. Buchanan, James Ewing, James Burnsides, Matthew Wilson. Proved 18th March, 1777, by Buchanan and Wilson. Executors qualfied.