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         Campbell     Cammell Cambel Camel Cambell and others


   LB_00  Peter Campbell/ Mary
      mostl compiled by Francis "Frank" C. Fekel as his and Carolyn's line.

   LB_01  Archibald Campbell/Eliz'h Godfrey of Maurice River, NJ.
      note Randall Marshall tie to Manassah/Rhoda also of Maurice R.
      The Rev. Colin Campbell of NJ may be the uncle or father of
      this Archibald as both are temporaly positioned in the PA Gazette
      references.  Is Randall Marshall a tie to VA and VA Campbells?

                               SUMMARY

      Archibald Campbell b<1764        Elizabeth Godfrey b1764            68  5G
      Elizabeth Campbell b1784         Jonathan Borden b                  69  4G
      Rebecca Ann Borden b1813         Richard Doughty b1810              70  3G
      Joseph Borden Doughty b1835      Katharine S. Blizzard b1838        71  2G
      Clara Frances Doughty b1862      William Edward Townsend b1865      72  1G
      Hannah Remick Townsend b1893     Clarence Wesley Crossley b1894     73  gp
      Kathryn Adams Crossley b1924     Warren Southwood Cook b1921        74   p

   LB_02  Archibald Campbell/Mary  - Philadelphia.

   LB_03  Archibald Campbell  - Philadelphia.

   LB_04  William Campbell/Elizabeth Demarest

   LB_05  Archibald Campbell/Abigail Champion
      Malcolm Sharp's line in Gloucester Co., N. J.

   LB_06  Robert Campbell/Catherine  NJ, DE, PA

   LB_07  Manassah Campbell/Rhoda of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., N.J.
      note Randall Marshall tie to Arch/Liz (nee Godfrey)

   LB_08  Colin Campbell/Mary Bard  - Rev. of Burington

   LB_10  Levi L. Campbell of Gloucester Co.

   LB_15  Robert Campbell/Alice

   LB_20  James Campbell/Rebecca     MD/DE line

   LB_21  Robert Campbell/Jane Campbell    MD/PA line

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                                      NJ
John Campbell _
   n. w. 1777 Nov 20 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Ledlie, William, of New Jersey. Int.
      Adm'x Elizabeth Ledlie. Fellowbondsman John Campbell; both of said place.
      Lib. 16. p. 512.


John Campbell _
   n. w. 1702-3 March 06 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Simsou, Arthur, of Perth Amboy; will of.
      Wife Margaret. Wife's daughters: Katharin, wife of John Matthews,
      Jean, wife of John Brown and Hannah Hume, grandson Arthur Brown.
      Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix.
      Wit.: John L. Cammell, William Story, Thomas Gordon.
      1703 March 27 proved.  Middlesex Wills
      1703 May 26. Inventory of the personal estate, #71.1; made by
      John Mathie and John Island for his widow.
   n. w. 1709 May 21 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Cook, Cooke, Benjamin, of Freehold, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Bridget. Children: Thomas, Nicolas, Anna, David, Real
      and personal estate. The wife, Nicolas Stephens and John Campbell
      executors. Wni. Laing, Antony Sadowskj and Richard Clark witnesses.
      1710 Feb 10. Lib. r, p. 303, and Monmouth Wills
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #267.19.6, incl.
      silver spoons and books #1.15, and outstanding debts and bonds #115;
      made by Thomas Forman and John Fraizer; sworn to by Bridget Cook
      and John Campbell, two of the executors, 1711 Apr 02.
   n. w. 1709 May 24 NJA_COW n1670-1730 1SV23.
      Laing, Lang, William, of Freehold, Monmouth Co. planter; will of.
      Brothers Alex'r Laing, M. A., master of the school in
      Cannongate, Edinbrough, Scotland, George, of Old Aberdeen, merchant,
      cousin Alex'r Laing, M. A., master of the school at Leith, Scotland, heirs
      of real and personal estate; legacies to John Brown, John Campbell and
      Charles Gordon, who are also made executors, and to the fund for building
      a church in Freehold.
      Wit.: Timothy Loyd, Jno. Ronnell, James Patton.
      1710-1 Feb 27 proved. Lib. i, p. 305
      1710 May 10 Inventory of the personal estate, #215. i2j, incl. a negro man
      #35 and debts due by Capt. Bonn, Antony Sndiuky, Jolin Serjant,
      Gawen Drummond, David Hampton, Ben. Cook and Daniel Smith; made by
      Archibald Creig and Giedon Crafoid; sworn to by John Brown, John Campbell
      and Chas. Gordon, executors, 1710-1 Feb 27, Monmouth Wills
      1715-6 Jan 03 Account of the estate by John Brown, John Campbell
      and Charles Gordon, e-xecutors, showing a credit of #247.5.2 incl. rents
      received from Thomas Sharp and Alexander Scobie, and payments of
      #75.14.1 to Alex'r Scobie, John Ronald, Peter Watson junior, Wm. Hogg,
      Archibald Craig, to the church building fund at Freehold, John Brown,
      the surplus of #16.16.6 being paid over to John Johnston, M. D., as
      attorney of Alexander Laing, brother germane of William, the remaining
      #6.14.7, being unpaid notes of John Seargeant and Gavin Drummond.
   n. w. 1 Jan .  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Stage, or Stagg, son of Thomas Stagg, of New Barbadoes, Essex county, who
      probably lived on the edge of the Hackensack meadows, south of the
      present borough of Rutherford, Bergen county, was bap. 1674 March 27.
      He was probably a mason by trade, and his name, "John Stage, Anno 1696,"
      is carved on one of the stones imbedded in the eastern wall of the
      Reformed (Dutch) church at Hacken- sack. His will, dated 1738 Dec 25,
      was proved Jan. 29, following. For a genealogy of this Stagg family, see
      History of Paterson, by William Nelson, 1901, pp.  n. w. 191-6.
      1710 May iS. Inventory of the personal estate (#153.13.4); made by
      Alexander Nepair, Peter Imlay, Timothy Loyd and John Campbel; sworn
      to by John Broun (?), one of the executors.
   n. w. 1712-3 Mar 17.  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Watson, Peter, junior, of Middletown.
      Inventory of the personal estate of (#142.6.2); made by Robert Gillchrist,
      Andrew Redford and John Brown. Sworn to by Peter Watson, administrator,
      1713 Nov II .
      1715 Oct 14 Additional inventory by Peter Watson, giving debts due to the
      estate by Obadiah Boun, vJiias. Gordon, Mathias Verbrick, John Campbell,
      Charles Jalje, David Johnston, James Edward, Samuel Bivil],
      Thomas Hankison, Derik Tice, Thomas Roberts, Thomas Combs, Thomas Hervi,
      Alex. Dove, Richard Watson, Thomas Alisone, James Craig, Samuel Forman,
      John Broun, Thomas Allin, Ben. van Clive, Abram Rumax, Thomas Chirie,
      John Hutton, Wm. Estill, Wm. Davisone, James Stout, Cobus and
      Peter Romane, Ben, Stout, John Costin, Wm. Clerk, John Reid senior,
      John Morfit, Thomas Tan ton, Joseph Malat, Joseph Murgane, Charles Hubs,
      Wm. Hay, James Wmsone, John Hampton, Dugall McCalum, Robert Barclay,
      John Cleminger, Edward Tailor, Alex'r Steward, John Romane, Thomas Smith
      shoemaker, Wm.  Wilkisone, Margrat Whitlock, Abram Peterson,
      John Fragmorton, Thomas Boells, Gershom Wallen, John Whitlock,
      Thomas Canaan, John Whitlock junior, Richard Mount, Lewis Nisbit,
      Joseph Dasat, John Aplgate, Andrew Hampton, Gideon Craford,
      Richard Pipinger, John Stout, John Peirce. Monmouth Wills
      1715 Oct 14 Account of the estate by Peter Watson, showing pa ments to
      Thomas Clerk for widow Glencros, John Habron,: van Hook, Androw Burnet,
      widow Clerk, John Baird, Wm. Paron, Thomas Gordon, Arie Benit,
      George Malet, John Frasie, Richard Stilwell, John van Horn, Robert Wats,
      John Johnstone and Wm. Bradford.
      1716 Nov 04 Addition to the account of the estate, by Peter Watson,
      showing payments to John Habron, William Barent, Samuel Leonard,
      Georg Job, Thomas Foreman and Thomas Clark as well as receipts from
      John McCallum and Marey Hampton.
   n. w. 1714 Sept. 14. NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      John Bowne, of Mattawan, Middletown, Monmouth Co., merchant; will of.
      Wife Frances receives #400 in right of dowry. Sister Sarah Saltar,
      Gershom Mot, Joseph Dennis, Jeremiah White, Thomas Saltar, Jno. Saltar,
      Hannah Lincon and William Hartshorne's three oldest children, legacies of
      plate, furniture and money; the rest of the real and personal estate is
      left to brothers Obadiah Bowne and Richard Saltar, who are also made
      executors.
      Wit.: James Paul, Joseph Dennes, Marget Commen, who in proof of will
      April 11, 1716, is called Morgaret Frazer, formerly Cummen.
      Lib. A, pp. 10, 27
      1716 April 9. Inventory of the personal estate of (#16982.5.0, of which
      #403.7.6 are household goods, &c., incl. 143^ oz. of plate, #57.6.0,
      and a negro man, #45; the rest mortgages, bonds and book debts, the
      mortgagors being: Daniel Applegate, Abram Covertt, Peter van Deventer,
      John Throckmorton, Willi..........
      ...............an, Benj. Johnson, Charity Cheesman, Doctor John Johnstone,
      Rob't White, Johannes Race, Wm. Hay, John Campbell, John Whitlock, junior;
       Wm. Wood, Hannah Loggige, Geo. Park..............  Daniel Holeman,
      Rob't Armstrong, John French, Mar- garet Campbell, Timothy Loyd,
      Noah Hamton, Mary Ashiy and daug ter, Samuel Williams, John West,.........
      James Lowry, Chas. Buckworth, John Campbell, junior; James Leith,
      Peter Johnson, Samuel Barrel (? Burrel), May Bickley, Anne Stewart,
      Hannah Rattle,..........
   n. w. 1717 June 13 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Brown, John, of Perth Amboy; will of. Natural
      sister Jean receives half of the lot in Amboy with two houses on it; all
      the rest of the estate to be sold by the executors, Adam Hude, of Wood-
      bridge, and John Barclay, of Perth Amboy, and the proceeds of such sale
      to be placed into the hands of the Chief Magistrate and four freeholders
      of the Town of Amboy for the maintenance of a free school.
      Wit.: Robert Porter, David Tappen, Thomas Pike.
      1718 Apr 03 proved.  Lib. A, p. 81
      1719-20 March 18. Brown, John, of Cheesquakes in Amboy. Inventory of the
      personal estate of, #105.2.7, made by Thomas VVarne, John Campbell and
      Daniel Baker. Sworn to by Aurthor Browne, administrator of the estate.
      1719-20 March 18 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Broun, Browne, John, of Cheesquakes in Amboy.
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #105.2.7, incl. some books,
      8 sh., made by Thomas Warne (Waren), John Campbell and Daniel Baker.
      Sworn to by Aurthor Brown, administrator.
   n. w. 1718 April 10 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Rbe, Ray, Robert, of Freehold, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Jennit. Children: David, Elisabeth, Catherine, Margaret, Isabel,
      Mary. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix.
      Wit.: Richard Clarke, George Walker, John Campbell.
      1719 May 27 proved. Lib. A, p. 119, and Monmouth Wills
      1719 May 27. Inventory of the personal estate of, #206.10.11; made
      by Richard Clark, Thomas Combs and John Campbell; sworn to by his
      widow and executrix Jannett Rhe.
   n. w. 1719 July 7 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Porter, Robert, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., mariner; will of.                 Makes Adam Ilude sole heir and executor of real and personal estate.
      Wit.: Wm. Harrison, John Campbell, John Gilbert.
      1727 Nov 24 proved. Lib. B, p. 80
   n. w. 1721 Oct 05 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Creig, CrJlig, John, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Sons: James and Archibald; granddaughter Orsilla, daughter of
      Elisha Parker, late of Amboy, merchant. Only personal property divided.
      Exec.: son Archibald.
      Wit.: James Madoc, Margret Crawiord, John Campbell.
      1724 Nov 27 proved.  Lib. A, p. 313
      l>^25 . Inventory of the personal estate, #124.16.3, inch a Bible
      and a looking glass #1.16, a sermon book and "spectrelea" and psalter
      3S.9P., a bond for #110; made by Robert Newell and John Campbell.
   n. w. 1723-4 March 1 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Wilson, Willson, Peter, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife Mary (sole executrix). Children: John, who has son Peter, Peter,
      Martha. Home farm, land on Burlington Path, do. at Hopewell, Hunterdon
      Co., bought of Sam'l Hoffmire. Personal property.
      Wit.: Charles Cowvert (?;, Elizabeth Matteson, John Campbell.
      1724 May 28 mproved. Lib. A, p. 299
      1724 . Inventory of the personal estate (#696.3. i|, incl. bonds
      and bills #105.11.7;}, and 5 negroes #190); made by Aron Matison,
      Thomas Hankyson and John Campbell.
   n. w 1723 Apr 06 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      Davison, Davidson, William, of Freehold, Mo mouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Margreat. Children: William, George, Robert, Andrew, John, Margreat,
      "cosine" Isobel Davison,
      grandson William Davison. Home farm, land bought of John Campbell,
      lying on the East side of Manalapon and adjoining Thomas Eadwards, do.
      bought of John Reid, next to preceding. Personal estate.
      Exec.: son William and William Clark.
      Wit.: Thomas Laton, Robert Campbel, Janet Laten.
      1723 Dec 21 proved. Lib. A, p. 278
      1723 April 19. Inventory of the personal estate, #157.19, incl. Bibles
      and other books los. ; made by Alexander Dove, Henry Perine and Jacob
     Jemison.
   n. w. 1723 Oct 12 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      Combs, Thomas, of Freehold, carpenter; will of.
      Wife Elizabeth. Children: Robert, Rachel, Thomas, Joseph, Jonathan,
      John, Elizabeth; the sons all underage. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and Jonathan Hampton of Freehold, cordwainer.
      Wit.: George Walker, John Fenton, John Campbell.
      1724 May  27 proved.. Lib. A, p. 298, and Monmouth Wills
      1724 May: . Inventory of the personal estate, #92.12.6; made by
      Thomas Williams, George Walker and John Campbell.
   n. w. 1723 Not 25 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Romine, John, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.
      Administration- on the estate of, granted to John Pintard. Lib. A, p. 267
      1724 May 16. Inventory of the personal estate, #30.14.6, inch a large
      Dutch Bible 12s.; made by John Campbell, Samuel Layton and William
      Job. Sworn to by Jno. Paintard, principal creditor and administrator of
      the estate.
   n. w. 1723 Not 26  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Foruian, Thomas, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary. Daughter Rebeckah, wife of Gerard Edge, who has Mary and
      Daniel, son-in-law Isaac Forman; legacy to Benjamin Forman to Barr him of
      any Claim or Challenge to any part of my Estate as Heir at Law.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and son-in-law Isaac Forman.
      Wit.: Charles Hub, Robert White, Jonathan Hutchins.
      1723 Dec 06 proved. Lib. A, p. 267
      1723 Dec 07 Inventory of the personal estate, #294.16.9'r, inch 3 silver
      spoons #i.i6, a Bible and another book los. ; made by John Campbell and
      Charles Hub, who note that there were given to Isaac Forman according to
      the last will of said Thomas: bonds, bills and book debts #2x0.1.6, and
      a negro boy #9.
   n. w. 1729 Apr 04 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      Cleayton, Clayton, David, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Anna. Children: Abraham, David, John, Anne, wife of David Starkie,
      Margaret, wife of Joseph Taylor. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and sun David.
      Wit.: Thomas Fenton, John Tomson, John Campliell.
      1730 Aug 13 proved..
      Lib. B, p. 232

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   LB_08 Colin Campbell/Mary Bard  - Rev. of Burington

Colin Campbell 10
   bm 1707 11 15
   n. Rootsweb....Campbell
      From: Don Reynolds 
      Date: Sat, 11 Nov 2000 14:19:33 -0600
      In-Reply-To: <19991117213339.26282.qmail@ns.emcee.com>
      Rev. Colin Campbell was born in Scotland 1707 Nov 15 and Mary Martha
      Bard was born in Burlington, NJ 1718 Mar 10, and died 1803 Aug 11,
      to to the deceased Colin Campbell Esq. of Delnies, Hereditary high Sheriff
      of the county of Nairn North Britian) was born at Delnies 15th November
      1707 ten o'clock at night.
      Episcopalian Missionary to New England. The Reverend Colin Campbell
      missionary-- Rector of St. Mary's, of Burlington, New Jersey. He was sent
      by the Venerable Society for the Episcopalian Gospel in Foreign Parts.
      CHoNJ V XXVI
   n. Google books , 20111013/HSP has a copy.
      The family of Rev. Colin Campbell and his wife, Mary M. Bard, of
      Burlington County, New Jersey, married June, 1742
   n. Reverend
   mf 1742 Jun __ Mary Martha Bard 10. NJ_BuCMR P41.
   bf ____ ___ __
   n. 1743 October 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6104
      TO BE SOLD, A Tract of LAND, lying in Monmouth County, by
      beaver Dam, near Crosswicks Creek. joining to Land of Clement
      Plumstead, Esq; containing 200 Acres more or less, which
      George Willcocks, late of the City of Perth Amboy, deceased,
      did by his last Will and Testament, dated the 3d Day of
      January, 1728, recorded at Amboy, give and devise to be sold
      by his Executors; and the Money arising from such Sale, to be
      equally divided among the Churches of Burlington, Shrewsbury
      and Hopewell. The said Land is good, well waterand
      timber. If any Person hath a Mind to purchase the same, they
      may apply to the Rev. Mr. Campbell, at Burlington, or to the
      Rev. Mr. Miln, at Shrewsbury, and know further. Colin
      Campbell.
   n. 1744 July 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6491
      MR. Campbell in Burlington, by the first of September next,
      proposes to teach young Men the classick Authors. If any
      Gentlemen are inclined to send their Sons to him, they may
      depend on diligent Attendance. N.B. The said Campbell will
      boards two or three Boys at his House.
   dm 1766 08 09 He died as the Rector of St. Mary's in 1766.
 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell
   Rebecca 11     Charles 11     Archibald 11   Jane 11        John 11
   b17480310      b              b17581025      b              b
   Colin 11       Hugh 11        Mary 11
   b              b              b              b              b

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   n. to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell
      Rebecca 11     Charles 11     Archibald 11   Jane 11        John 11
      b17480310      b              b              b              b
      Colin 11       Hugh 11        Mary 11
      b              b              b              b              b

Rebecca Campbell 11
   bf 1748 Mar 10 to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell
   zf 1750 Mar __ dau. of the Rev.
   mm 1768 July 13 William Frazer 11  Rev.
   bm ____ ___ __ to
     Jane Frazer (born 1784) , married in 1803 to Dr. William Geary.
      Family Bible -- The Reverend Colin Campbell missionary of Burlington, (son
   df 1822
 with William Fraser 11
   Jane 12        Colin 12       Elizabeth 12
   b1784          b              b              b              b

Charles Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell

Archibald Campbell 11
   bm 1758 Oct 25 to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell
   zm 1758 Nov __ at St. Marys kchurch, Buringtpon, NJ.
   mf 1780 Dec 14 Phoebe Sarah Barnwell 11
   bf 1763 Sep 09 to John Barnwell 10 et ux Martha (nee Chaplin 10) Barnwell
   df 1810  at Beaufort, SC.
   dm 1818 Feb 04 in Burlington, NJ.
 with Phoebe Sarah (nee Barnwell 11) Campbell
   Archibald 12   John B 12      Colin 12       Mary Martha 12
   b17820124      b17840801      b17860805      b17891201      b

Jane Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell

John Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell

Colin Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell

Hugh Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell

Mary Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Colin Campbell 10 with Mary Martha (nee Bard 10) Campbell

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   n. to Archibald Campbell 11 with Phoebe Sarah (nee Barnwell 11) Campbell
      Archibald 12   John B 12      Colin 12       Mary Martha 12
      b17820124      b17840801      b17860805      b17891201      b

Archibald Cammpbell 12
   bm 1782 Jan 24 to Archibald Campbell 11 with Phoebe Sarah (nee Barnwell 11)
      Campbell in Beaufort, SC.
   mf 1805 Oct 24 Sarah B. Crawford 12
   df 1845 Dec 24
   dm in Beaufort, SC

John B Cammpbell 12
   bm 1784 Aug 01 to Archibald Campbell 11 with Phoebe Sarah (nee Barnwell 11)
      Campbell

Colin Cammpbell 12
   bm 1786 Aug 05 to Archibald Campbell 11 with Phoebe Sarah (nee Barnwell 11)
      Campbell

Mary Martha Cammpbell 12
   bf 1789 Dec 01 to Archibald Campbell 11 with Phoebe Sarah (nee Barnwell 11)
      Campbell




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Caleb Campbell._
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
 with Mary
   Mary _         David _        Caleb _
   b16980210      b17000917      b17020103      b              b

Mary Campbell _
   bf 1698/9 Feb 10  to Caleb Campbell _ et ux Mary.  NJ_MxCoBR_Piscataway.

David Campbell _
   bm 1700 Sep 27 to Caleb Campbell _ et ux Mary.  NJ_MxCoBR_Piscataway.

Caleb Campbell _
   bm 1702 Jan 03 to _ Campbell _ et ux . NJ_MxCoBR_Piscataway.

LINKAGE DND 08 Colin Campbell/Mary Bard  - Rev. of Burington

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                                 NJ, SALEM CO.,.BEGIN


   n. w. 1705-6 Feb 17 NJA_COW  1670-1730 1SV23 XXIII
      Gilham, Gilliam, Robert, of Salem Town, carpenter; will of.
      Wife Constant. Sons: William and Lucus, both under 20. Daughters:
      Elizabeth, Evis and Ann, all under 18. A lot of 8|^ acres in Salem, bought      of Hugh Middleton. Personal property.
      Exec.: the wife and Samuel Hedge junior.
      Wit.: Wm. Grifin, Nathaniel Dogles and Ann Sirridge.
      1705-6 Mar 16 Proved. Lib. i, p. 137
      1705-6 Mar 15 Inventory of the personal estate (#62.0.3); made
      by Richard Johnson and William Folwell.
   n.                           NJA_COW  1670-1730 1SV23 XXIII
      Gilham, Constant, of Salem Town, widow; will of.
      Daughters: Elizabeth Gambell, Elizabeth Gilham and Avis Gilham, all
      under 18. Lot in Salem of 8i acres. Personal property.
      Exec.: Hugh Middleton, who is to have daughter Elizabeth Gambell, until
      she is 18.
      Wit.: Roger Milton, Alexander Grant and Ann Sireg (Surridge) widow.
      1708 Mar 31 Proved. Lib. i, p. 190
      1707 Sep 03 Inventory of the personal estate of the Widow Gillam,
      lately deceased (#51.19.0); made by Richard Johnson and Wm. Grifin.


Moses Campbell _
   n. w. 1731 May 25 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Davin. Malachi, of Salem Co., yeoman; will of. W^fe.
      Rebecca, to have estate until son John will be 21. If son John should
      die in minority, my wife shall enjoy the real estate, and at her death the
      eldest son of John Davis, the eldest son of David Davis, and the eldest
      son of John Brick, shall possess the same equally.  Exec.: wife, brothers,
      John Davis and David Davis, and John Brick.
      Wit.: Jere, Bacon, William Wasson, Enoch More.
      1735 Apr 21 Sworn and affirmed Lib. 4, p. 15.
      1735 Apr 08 Inventory, #246.12 ; made by Samuel Elwell. Elisha Basett.
      1736 Aug 14 Account of John Brick and David Davis, surviving
      executors. "Monies paid the funeral charges and for the coffin of the
      dec'd, and of his wife who dyed very soon after him," #9. To Mary Dare for
      nursing the dec'd's child, 1 year. #9. Monies paid to Renier Vanliyste.
      Elizabeth Long. Marg. McFall, Ann Richman, Winifred Lecroy^ iDavid
      Davis, Benj. Birch, Edwd. Shepherd, Saml. Elwell. Elisha Bassett, George
      Fling. Wm. Murdock. Peter Turner. Hermanus Alricks. Benj. Acton, Geo.
      Miller. Richard Grafton, Geo. Monroe, of Newcastle. John Jones, Clemt.
      Plumsted, John Thompson. Owen Flanegan. John Hunt, Esq., James Gold,
      Esq.. Wm. Shaw. Esq., Newcastle. Isaac Hudson, Rad. Price. John Stowe.
      Moses Campbell, Thos. Mason, John Brick, Clement Hall. Total, #536.10.5.
      1737 Nov 09 Account. Monies paid to Clemt. Hall. Philip Chetwood.
      Jon. Jones. Attorney for Isaac Hudson. Peter Turner, Mary Dare, James
      Gould. Total. #369.17.11%.


Charles Campbell _
      n. w. 1735 Mar 37 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Langrley, Thomas, of Salem Co., yeoman. Int.
      Adm'x, Mary Langley (relict of). Bondsman: Nathaniel Jenkins.
      Both of said county.
      Wit.: John Green, Danl. Mestayer.
      Lib. 4, p. 2.
      1734-5 Feb 17 Inventory (#58.9) includes cattle, sheep and swine.
      Appraisers: John Remington, Nathl. Jenkins.
      1735 Dec 20 Account of Mary Langley "of Cohansey." Paid to John Shaw,
      ecompense Hand, John Green, William Watson, Samuel Fithian,
      Francis Simpkins, John Blackwood, Joseph Wheaten, Charles Campbel,
      John Brick, Peter Long, John Peck, John Wright, Stephen Mulford,
      Benjamin Mulford, Mr. Matthew, Mr. Clement Hall.
   n. w. 1770 Mar 01 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Beealy, John, of Lower Alloways Creek Township, Salem Co.; will of.
      Wife, Ann, #300. Son, John, plantation where he lives, which I bought of
      Joseph Pledger. Son, Jonathan, plantation where John Walker lives, being
      his mother's maiden land; also plantation called The Lake, in Gloucester
      Co., now in tenure of John Cownoven. Daughter, Ann Beesley, the house and
      lot at the Cross Roads in Cumberland Co., known by the name of Hospital;
      also the plantation where I live, formerly John Hall's. Son, Johnson, the
      Saw Mill tract of 50 acres. To Sarah McLean and Katron Smith, the
      daughters of my wife, Ann, plantation formerly Daniel Hall's. Grandson,
      John Lithgow, plantation which I bought of John Ewen, now in tenure of
      Daniel Rumsey. Grandson, John Tuft, house and lot at Cross Roads in
      Cumberland Co., that I bought of Charles Campbel.  Son, John, #100.
      Daughter, Mary Beesley, #100; and, if she die, to her brother,
      John Beesley. To Sinnickson Tuft, John Tuft, Mary Tuft,
      Elizabeth Trenchard, Edward Trenchard and John Lithgow, my grand-children,
       #40, when of age.
      Exec.: John Beesley, Johnson Beesley (my sons), and Daniel Lithgow.
      Wit.: George Leavert, "William Diell, William Koont, William Prassants.
      1784 Jan 15 Proved .
      1782 May 08 Inventory, #2,206.14.4, made by Edward Hall and
      Edward Bradway. Lib. 26, p. 103.

John Campbell _
   n. w. 1744 0
 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Frank Lockwood                M 22   Self      S   Blacksmith                                        CN          CN          CN
 Rachael Campbell              F 46   Other      M  Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Watsom C. Howell              M 23   Other                                                           NJ

 with
   Richard _
   b17800601 Sussex Co., NJ

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John Campbell _
   bm 1845
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P77A L37 91/92.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 29, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Lemuel Butler              48M Farmer                     NJ
 Sarah Butler               38F                            NJ
 William Butler             20M Laborer                    NJ
 Isaac Butler               17M Laborer                    NJ
 Eleazar Butler             15M Laborer                    NJ
 Sarah A. Butler            13F                            NJ       S
 Josiah Butler              11M                            NJ       S
 Deborah Butler              7F                            NJ       S
 John Campbell               5M                            DE
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R797  V    E    PT44B 3636
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Pittsgrove
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Campbell                 M 36   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary J. Campbell              F 43              M                                                    NJ
 Naoni Jess                    F 82                                                                   NJ
 Rebecca Chappey               F 18                                                                   NJ
 George Alterback              M 13                                                                   NJ
 Ayres Moore                   M 22                                                                   NJ


                                 NJ, SALEM CO., PILESGROVE  END

Henry Campbell _
   bm 1835
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P177B L15 37/37.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Penns Neck Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Katts                 23M Farmer                     NJ
 Sybilla A. Katts           21F                            NJ
 William B. Katts            2M                            NJ
 Joseph Katts               3mM                            NJ
 Henry Campbell             15M Laborer                    DE
 Thomas Campbell             6F                            DE
 William Con????            21M Laborer                    IRE
 Emaline Hoffman            19F                            NJ

George Campbell _
   bm 1835
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P188A L28 211/214.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Penns Neck Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 16, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel Butlar              24M Farmer                     NJ      M
 Mary Butlar                22F                            NJ      M
 George Campbell            15M Farmhand                   DE
 John Cox                   12M                            PA
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                                 NJ, SALEM CO., ALLOWAYS XK., BEGIN

Rebecca Campbell _
   bf 1809
   n. Note Lambert Campbell in DE 1850 Census.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P165B L38 381/382.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 12, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Lambert             36M Cabinet Maker          3300NJ
 Lucilla Lambert            33F                            NJ
 James Lambert               5M                            NJ
 Joseph Henry Lambert       4mM                            NJ
 Rebecca Campbell           41F                            NJ

Sarah E. Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P170B L26 435/440.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 14, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Barker              ?41M Farmer                 3500NJ
 Hannah A. Barker           33F                            NJ
 James R. Barker            10M                            NJ       S
 Hannah A. Barker            6F                            NJ       S
 Sarah P. Barker             4F                            NJ
 Anna Barker                 2F                            NJ
 Enoch M. Barker            5mM                            NJ
 Sarah E. Campbell          17F                            NJ
 Albert Flanigan            21M Farmhand               1000NJ

Rachel H. Campbell _
   bf 1847 possible grandau of Peter who m Hunter
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P161A L35 275/276.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 1?, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Mihias Hunter              58M Labourer                   NJ
 Ann Hunter                 54F                            NJ
 Rachel H. Campbell          3F                            NJ
   wf Campbell, Rachel H. 1898-1899   New Castle County  DPR
                                 NJ, SALEM CO., ALLOWAYS XK., END
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_ Campbell _
   mf +_+++ +++ ++ Mary
   bf 1843 in Upper Pittsgrove
   df 1875 Nov 10 at 32 Y  in Upper Pittsgrove married
      FS.O B0665-1 FN Jason  MN Elwell,

George Campbnell _
   bm 1850
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R797  V    E    P176  L  1876
      NJ, Salem Co., Salem
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Georg Cammpbdll               M 30              M  Oil Cloth Painter                                 NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lidia Cambedll                F 30              M                                                    NJ


Amelia Campbell _
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R797  V    E    P116  L  5222
      NJ, Salem Co., Pittsgrov
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Luker                    M 57   Self       M                                                    NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary J. Luker                 F 37              M                                                    NJ
 Henry Luker                   M 13   Son                                                             NJ
 Elmira Luker                  F  9   aau                                                             NJ
 Euphane Luker                 F  7   Dau                                                             NJ
 Emerette Luker                F  2   Dau                                                             NJ
 Amelia Campbdll               F 61   MIL         W                                                   NJ          NJ          NJ



                                 NJ, SALEM CO.,  BEGIN


Archibald Campbell _
   n. w. 1774 Jun 16 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Leamiing, Aaron, of Cape May Co., yeoman; will of.
      I declare that my son, Jonathan, was born of the body of my wife, Mary, in
      lawful wedlock, the 5th of 1738 July 05; and my son, Aaron, 1740 Aug 28th;
      and my daughter, Sarah, now the wife of Jesse Hand, 1743/4 February 21 and
      my son, Mathias, 1749 Sep 19; all according to Old Stile; and my daughter,
      Mary, 1753 October 19th; and my son, Persons, 1756 July the 23rd, and was
      called Persons after his grandfather, John Persons. My son, Mathias, died
      1763 September  the 27th; and my son, Aaron, died 1764 Aug 31st.
      Wife, Mary, % of my estate. Son, Jonathan, all my estate on the Seven Mile
      Beach, and the marsh, lands, creeks and thoroughfares which I purchased
      of the New Jersey Society, and the tracts which I purchased of Isaac Hand,
      1740 Sept. 7, part whereof I now live on; also that tract which I
      purchased of Richard Osborn; also the plantation which Richard Osborn sold
      to Jeremiah Leaming, and, by his death, descended to me; also the tracts
      I purchased of the New Jersey Society by several deeds, joining one
      another, and some of them to the plantation I live on, and so making one
      plantation, bounded on the southeast by waters called Ben Hands Sound; on
      the southwest by lands of Elijah Mathews and Jesse Hand; on the west end
      by lands heretofore said to belong to John Shaw; on the north by land
      supposed to contain 55 acres, that Jeremiah Leaming purchased of Execs of
      Richard Smith; on the northeast by lands of David Corsen, John Leonard,
      William Smith, and the estate of Ananias Osborn, deceased; all of which
      tracts are situated in Middle Precinct of Cape May Co. For dividing my
      lands at the Bay side, on the southwest side of Diers Creek, I order a
      line to be drawn from a smooth square red cedar post marked 1766 DCT:S6,
      set up close to the northeast side of the road, that leads from the
      plantation, formerly of William Whitlock, to the seaside, and formerly
      called Whitlock's road; now from Daniel Cresse to Philip Cresse, and
      standing in the headline of the plantation of 500 acres that was
      Whitlock's, now Daniel Cresse's and others, where that crosses the said
      road, and said to be a corner of some land of Daniel Cresse, sold to
      Thomas Smith; I say that a line be drawn straight from the said post to
      the place where the said road crosses the southeastmost back swamp
      made by Diers Creek, which line is to be called Court Line. Daugh-
      ter, Mary Leaming, Jr., land at the mouth of Diers Creek, as far in
      the Bay as my land extends, and running up the southwest side of
      Diers Creek, till it comes northwest from the place where the line
      ditch between my land and Joseph Savage comes, down to Diers
      Creek. . . thence west to Delaware Bay; also a tract along the
      said Whitlock's road, and runs to a white oak marked 1725, being a
      tree that was Randal Hewit's, Christopher Church's and Aaron Leam-
      Ing's corner. Daughter, Mary, is to have the Cedar Hammock beach,
      at a place called Cedar Hammocks, bounded on the northwest by
      Delaware Bay, on northeast by Goshen Creek, on southeast by lines
      that was the West Jersey Society, and beach now owned by the chil-
      dren of Thomas Hand, deceased. Daughter, Sarah, wife of Jesse
      Hand, land on Delaware Bay, bounded by land of Randal Hewet, Sr.,
      etc. Son, Persons, the tract which I had by the will of my mother,
      between plantation that was James Edwards and Jeremiah Leam-
      ing's; also the tracts which, by deed dated 16 of Sept., 1773, I bought
      of Ezra Hand and wife, Elizabeth, being the middle % part of the
      plantation that formerly belonged to James Edwards. Son, Pearson,
      II acres of land and marsh, which I bought, 24th of Aug., 1767, of
      John Mathews and wife, Phebe, being part of the plantation formerly
      belonging to William Mathews, and is on the southwest side of
      Fishing Creek; also a tract on Diers Creek, along my daughter Mary's
      land; also all of the Island, called Nummys Island; also my estate
      in Island called Five Mile Beach; also Samuel Hands Cove. Edward
      Church, by deed dated 8th of May, 1765, made a deed to me in trust
      for the use of Parsons Leaming, for 25 acres of marsh and water, at
      Eddy Point, which I give to my son. Parsons; also a tract at the end
      of Court Line; also the rest of my lands, on the southwest of Whit-
      lock's road, except what I shall devise to my granddaughter, Priscilla
      Learning-. Son, Jonathan, tract that was by Shamgar Hand's. Grand-
      daughter, Priscilla Learning, part of the plantation where Jeremiah
      Learning lived, and which descended to me by his death, and is at
      the southwest end of Edmond's meadow. Son, Jonathan, tract on
      Delaware Bay shore, between Diers Creek and Pearse's Point; also
      47 acres of swamp at Culverin, and 5 acres of swamp, which I bought
      of Joseph Badcock, at the peach orchard. The rest of my lands on
      the northwest side of Denise's Creek, and the Cedar Swamp Creek,
      that empties therein, and the Great Cedar swamp, as far northwest
      as the line of Cape May Co. extends, I give to my daughter, Mary
      Learning, Jr. "Whereas, my father returned 180 acres of land at
      Cowders, situated between 413 acres returned to John Swift, and the
      400 acres returned to John Scott, the said 180 acres being recorded
      in Lib. M, folio 210, in the Surveyor General's office at Burlington,
      and bounded on the west end by Maurice River, I give the same to
      my daughter, Mary Leaming. All my lands on the west side of Prince
      Maurice River, in Cumberland Co., I give to my daughter Sarah, and
      my daughter, Mary. Daughter, Sarah, 200 acres, which I bought of
      William Barker, the 13th of Feb., 1745, being the southwest end of
      the 413 acres that was recorded to John Swift, in Surveyor General's
      office in Burlington, in Lib. A, folio 65. I also give her the 200 acres
      that is recorded to me In the Surveyor General's office, in Burlington,
      in Lib. H, folio 461. Whereas, Thomas Byerly, by deed, 14th of
      March, 1723, sold to Andrew Erixson 1,155 acres of land, situated at
      the mouth of Prince Maurice River, and on the east side of said river,
      which Jeremiah Leaming bought of said Erixon's children, and which,
      by the death of Jeremiah Leaming, descended to me, I now give to
      my son, Jonathan, a part of the same, which begins at the mouth of
      said river, thence south 78 degrees east so far as till the next line
      may be drawn, as follows, thence, north 35 degrees east to the back
      line of the said 1,155 acres, so that this line shall pass 30 perches
      westward of the new house, lately built by Jeremiah Leaming, and
      wherein his family, that kept his cattle and plantation, there lived
      when he died, standing in his new orchard that was set out in 1772,
      etc., which I give to my son, Jonathan. Son, Parsons, the rest of
      said 1,155 acres. Son, Parsons, is to have V2 of the rest of my lands
      in Cumberland Co.; and the other Vz thereof I give to my son, Jona-
      than. Granddaughter, Mary Hand, daughter of Jesse Hand, 4 acres
      of land, which by deed, 17th of April, 1769, I bought of Jesse Hand,
      Samson Hacok, and his wife, Sarah Hacok, and being part of the
      plantation whereon the said Samson Hacok then lived, in the Middle
      Precinct. Grandson, Jeremiah Hand, son of Jesse Hand, 8 acres of
      land, being the 5th tract conveyed to me by the New Jersey Society,
      by deed 1st of June, 1747, and is in the Middle Precinct, and is on the
      northeast side of the road, leading from Thomas Leaming to William
      Eldridge's landing, at Goshen, bounded northeast by David Corson,
      and by Thomas Leaming, and my 170 acres, called Beaver Dam tract.
      Whereas, by deed dated 17th of Oct., 1754, I bought of the New Jersey
      Society, 65 acres in Middle Precinct, bounded southeast, part by land
      that was formerly old John Reeves, since belonging to Philip Godfrey
      Reeves, Isard, etc., bounded southwest by lands surveyed for Henry
      or John Leonard, now Thomas Leaming's, and northeast by Jesse
      Hand, I give it to my granddaughters, Sarah Hand and Lydia Hand,
      the daughters of Jesse Hand. Whereas, by deed 6th of Aug. 1754, I
      bought of John Mackey and Daniel Norton, 48 acres, partly in Pine
      Neck, in Middle Precinct, and partly in the adjacent swamp, at or
      above Providence Ludlam's mill, and between Christopher Learning
      and Jeremiah Ludlam's lands, I give it to my grandson, Aaron Hand,
      son of Jesse Hand. Whereas, Richard Smith, by deed, bought of the
      New Jersey Society, about 55 acres in the Middle Precinct, on both
      sides of the road from where Thomas Learning now lives to Goshen
      Landing, bounded on the south side by my land, and by the west end
      by a 12-acre tract I have since bought, and on the east end by land,
      which said tract the
      Execs of Richard Smith sold to Jeremiah
      Learning, and did descend to me, one moiety thereof, I give to my
      grandson, Aaron Leaming, the son of Jonathan Learning, and the
      other moiety I give to my grandson, Jonathan Leaming, Jr. Daugh-
      ter, Sarah Hand, % of the 170 acres, called Beaver Dam, which I own
      In partnership with Thomas Leaming, which we bought of the New
      Jersey Society, 17 of June, 1745; also the other tract that joins there-
      to, which Thomas Leaming and I bought of Jeremiah Ludlam, by deed
      6th of Aug., 1745. I am intitled to one-eighth part of a Proprietry
      in West Jersey, which I give to my sons. Parsons and Jonathan. As
      for all my Propriety rights, which shall not be returned at the time
      of my death, I give V2 thereof to Parsons Leaming, and the other h^
      to Jonathan Leaming. Son, Jonathan, my books of surveys. Daugh-
      ter, Sarah, my negro girl, Nanny. Daughter, Mary, my negro girl, Sue.
      Exec. wife, Mary, my daughters, Sarah and Mary, and my
      sons, Jonathan and Parsons.
      Wit: Jacob Smith, Jonathan Smith, Elijah Matthews, Steven Stevens.
      1776 Sep 16. Codicil. Whereas, Thomas Leaming, Jr., and I purchased of
      Silas and Nathan Young, and their wives, a tract on the branches and
      stream of East Creek, of 510 acres, I give my estate therein to my
      daughter, Mary Leaming, Jr. Whereas, Jeremiah Learning, at the time of
      signing his will, was under an illegal and undue influence, and thereby
      has given to my granddaughter, Priscilla Leaming, a plantation, called
      Edmond Howell's place, which he had no right to do, he being under a
      solemn covenant to suffer it to pass otherwise if he died without issue,
      and in describing the land so given to my granddaughter, Priscilla, he
      extended the lines about three hundred rods into my land, which the said
      Jeremiah never did own, this being procured by his advisers, as it should
      seem to create animosity among my family, yet I being willing my
      granddaughter should enjoy the same, I have devised the same to her.
      Niece, Lydia Schelinger, wife of Cornelius Schelinger, #6, and not to be
      paid to her husband. To Aaron Taylor, son of my nephew, John Taylor, a
      cow.
      Wit. Elijah Matthews, Stephen Stephens, Simeon Iszard.
      1780 Aug 17 Codicil. Whereas, Jonathan Smith, Elijah Matthews
      and Steven Stevens, 3 of the witnesses to my will, have departed this
      life, therefore this Codicil.
      Wit: Jacob Smith, Daniel Garretson, Enoch Smith, Jonathan Garretson,
      Archibald Campbell.
      1780 Sep 08 Proved
      1780 Sep 04 Inventory, #181,413.15.9, made by John Holmes and
      Eli Eldredge. Lib. 22, p. 99.
   n. w. 1783 Feb 24 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Hlldreth, William, of Cape May Co. ; will of.
      Brother, Jonathan Hildreth, my apparel. Wife, Martha, % of my estate, and
      use of the other % ; and, at her death, the % I give to my nephew,
      William Hildreth, son of my brother, Jonathan.
      Exec: wife, Martha.
      Wit.: Alice Hildreth, Absalom Hand, Archibald Campbell.
      1783 Apr 26 Proved. Lib. 38, p. 75.
   n. w. 1781 Jan 24 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Foster, Henry, of Cape May Co.; will of.
      If my son, Henry, dies before my wife, Rhoda, I give all real and personal
      estate to her; and I desire my brother, Samuel Foster, to take my apparel,
      paying my wife for them.
      Executrix: wife, Rhoda.
      Wit:  Mary Leaming, Temperence Norton, Arch Campbell, Persons Learning.
      1781 Oct 22 Proved.
      1781 Jul 05 Inventory, #84.9.6, made by John Cresse and Benjamin Taylor.
      Lib. 24, p. 76.

Thomas Campbell _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah?
   n. w. 1778 May 26 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Bishop, Samuel, of Cape May Co. Int.
      Adm'x Sarah Bishop. Fellowbondsman Reuben Ludlam; both of said Co.
      Wit. Hannah Campbell and Hance Petersen.
      1778 May 26 Inventory, #105.15.3, made by Hance Peterson and
      Thomas Campbell. Lib. 22, p. 41.

George Campbell _
   n. w. 1782 Sep 16 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Campbell, George, of Cape May Co. Int. Adm'x:
      Hannah Campbell, widow. Fellowbondsman: Memucan Hughes; both of said Co.
      Wit.: Judith Hughes and Elijah Hughes.
      Lib. 38, p. 79.


   n. w. 1780 Oct 05 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Wistar, Richard, of Philadelphia, brass button and glass maker; will of.
      Wife, Mary, the household goods and plate, which were her property at the
      time of our marriage; also my own household goods, except what I give to
      my children, to the amount of #100; also the sum of #1,200. Son, Thomas,
      to be put to a trade.  Daughters, Elizabeth and Catherine, to be educated
      under care of the persons to whom their deceased mother had recommended
      them; that is to say, my sister, Sarah, to have the care of Elizabeth; and
      rny sister, Catherine Greenleafe, to have the care of Catherine. Son,
      Bartholomew, the house and lot where I live, on the north side of
      High Street, and extends to Church Alley, which I bought of Joseph Jones;
      also a lot of land on the east side of Wissahiccon Road,
      joining land of James Logan; and 2 lots hereafter devised to my son,
      Thomas, and daughter, Catherine, it being part of 14 acres which I
      bought of William Fishbourn and Hannah Lloyd, as per a draught
      hereto annexed, and my son Bartholomew's share therein marked
      No. 1; also all the lot of land in Town of Salem, in New Jersey, of
      16 acres, and 12 acres of drained marsh in the Town Marsh, which
      was given by my father-in-law, Bartholomew Wyatt, to my late wife,
      Sarah and myself, and the survivors of us; also my silver tankard
      and my apparel. Son, Richard, my water grist mill and land -which
      I bought of William Craig, in Upper Alloways Precinct, in Salem Co.;
      also my plantation of 150 acres of land in the said Precinct, where
      Old Schutz did live, bought of John Ray; also 200 acres on Salem
      Creek in Hains Neck, in Salem Co., late the estate of John Barker,
      deceased, which I bought of Daniel Mestayer, Coroner of said Co.,
      with 10 acres of marsh some miles lower down the said Creek,
      opposite to one Gil Johnson; also 10 acres of marsh joining the same,
      which I bought of Francis Dunlap; also 4 lots of land in Cumberland
      Co., which I bought of Robert Ramsey, surveyed and returned upon
      Warrants and the Proprietors' purchase money, or part thereof paid
      as per Receipts, one of said tracts lying in AVild Cat Valley, in Green-
      wood Township, another which includes the said Robert Ramsey's
      improvement in said Township, another joining James Rafter's land
      and situate in same Township, and the other joining John McCay's
      land, in Rye Township. Son, John, the plantation and marsh in
      Manington Township, in Salem Co., of about 640 acres, which I partly
      purchased and partly was given me by my father-in-law, Bartholomew
      "Wyatt, deceased; also 1^ of my cattle, horses, sheep and swine, which
      shall be at my farm at Wistarburg, otherwise called the glasshouse;
      also my desk and house clock at the same place: and he shall pay
      150 ounces of gold, 75 thereof to my daughter, Elizabeth, when she
      is 18, and 75 to my daughter, Catherine, when she is 18. Son, Casper,
      the west moiety or % of my ground, where now a warehouse or
      store is erected, on the north side of High in the square between the
      3rd and 4th Streets from Delaware, which was devised to me by my
      father, bounded east by George Hittner, deceased, north by Dr. Samuel
      Preston Moore, and east by the moiety of the same lot hereinafter
      devised to my son, Thomas; also land called Peach Grove, and the
      house thereon, in Northern Liberties, which was devised to me by my
      deceased father, and the lane leading between the land of William
      Shiply and one Coats's land to Pegs Run; also one moiety of that land
      in Lancaster Co., which my mother granted me; also my rights to
      lands on Pohopacta Creek, in Northampton Co., near where Frederick
      Heath did live, which I hold under 2 Propriatary Warrants, each for
      150 acres; also my moiety of that land in Virginia, which one John
      Hough bought for my mother and myself of one Snickers; the deed
      I suppose was made in my name, but not in my possession, being
      sent back to Virginia for supplying some defects therein. It is not
      in my power to do justice to my mother than by declaring in my
      will that one moiety thereof was bought by her money, and that it belongs
      to her; also I give to him one of my shares of the effects of
      the Philadelphia Library. Son, Thomas, the east moiety of the lot
      on High Street, between 3rd and 4th streets; also the north moiety
      of that land on the east side of Wissahiccon Road, bounded north
      by his sister, Catherine, east by the late Dr. Kearsley, Sr., and north
      by widow Maddox; and he shall leave open a lane of 30 feet wide,
      running from the Wissahiccon as far as his brother Bartholomew's
      line, and 30 feet further by his sister Catherine's line; also one
      moiety of the land in Lancaster Co., which my mother granted me;
      also land in Alloways Creek Township, Salem Co., which I bought of
      John Willis, of 60 acres: also land on Alloways Creek and Deep Run,
      where John Camel lives, which I bought of Joseph Sharp, of about
      76 acres; also 3 contiguous tracts in Upper Alloways Creek Precinct,
      about ^ mile from the next before mentioned tract, of about 142
      acres, which I bought of one Ayres, the Sheriff, Edward Test, and
      one Walker; also my 2nd share in the effects of the Philadelphia
      Library Company. Daughter, Elizabeth, the west moiety of the lot
      on the north side of High Street, between 4th and 5th, in Philadelphia,
      which I bought of the heirs of Arnold Koster, deceased, bounded west
      by Humphrey Jones, deceased, and east by the other moiety devised
      to my daughter, Catherine; also land in Northern Liberties, on the
      east side of Wissahiccon Road, which I bought of Hugh Roberts and
      others, of 5 acres; also land in the Borough of Bristol, Bucks Co.,
      which I bought of Doctor De Normandie; also i/^ of my land in
      Virginia, which I bought of John Hough and Francis Hague; also
      75 ounces of gold, when she is 18. Daughter, Catherine, the east
      moiety of said lot on High Street, between 4th and 5th streets; also
      y4, of my land on Wissahiccon Road, bounded south by James Logan,
      east by the heirs of John Smith, north by her brother, Thomas, and
      west by her brother, Bartholomew; also % of my land in Virginia,
      which I bought of John Hough and Francis Hague; also 75 ounces
      of gold, when she is 18. Sons, Casper and Thomas, and daughters.
      Elizabeth and Catherine, rest of my plate. While the youngest of
      my children are minors, my
      Exec may rent, or, if they think
      best, may sell my Glasshouse and manufactory of glass, and the land
      called the Glasshouse tract, of 1,500 acres; also the 50 acres which I
      bought of Matthias Bollinger, in Upper AUoways Creek Precinct.
      Whereas, I have purchased of Samuel Wallis, sundry rights under
      the Proprietors of Pennsylvania to upwards of 7,000 acres, and have
      entered into articles of agreement with Robert Lettis Hooper and
      John Musser for the purchase of 29 tracts of land, located in the
      names of sundry persons in the said agreement, of which I, paying
      for the whole, am to have 21, and Hooper and Musser the rest, or %
      part; and whereas, of the 29 tracts which I purchased, 3 are lost by
      prior Rights of 3 persons, should trouble arrise, the matter is to be
      submitted to arbitrators. Children, Bartholomew, Richard, Casper,
      Thomas, Elizabeth and Catherine, rest of personal estate.
      Exec: sons, Bartholomew, Richard and John.
      Wit.: Joseph Paschall, Robert Roberts, William Chancellors, Robert Towers,
      Jr.
      1781 May 31 Codicil. I also appoint my son, Casper, as one of my Exec.
      Wit.: William Chancellor, Jonathan Carmalt, Lewis Weiss.
      1782.Jan 03 Proved. Lib. 23, p. 273.


                                 NJ, CUMBERLAND CO. BEGIN

Peter Campbell _
   n. w. 1748 Xov 11 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Campbell, Peter, of Cumberland Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Sons: Robert and William Campbell. Sole executor: Son, Robert.
      Wit.: John Champion, Uriah Wheaton.
      1748-9 Feb 28 proved. (Sworn at Cape May). Lib. 6, p. 68.
      1748-9 Jan 12 Inventory of personal estate (#49.7.5) includes notes
      from John Bond. Thos. and John Edwards ; account against William Scanlun,
      Charles Loyd, John Veal. Appraisers: John Champion,
      Lawrenc Petterson. Senr.
   n. w. 1784 Apr 27 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Clark, James, of Fairfield, Cumberland Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Sarah, all personal estate, except what is hereafter devised; also
       % my lands, during her life, and the use of all my lands
      till my sons, James and David, are 21 years of age. Daughter, Mary Clark,
      #30. Daughter, Rhoda Clark, #30; and the said daughters are to quitclaim
      all their right to land which they and I sold to Peter Cambel. Son, David,
      all the land in the fork, between Cohansey and Mill Brooks; also a small
      lot in the fork, between Mill Creek and Rattle Snake Gut, which is
      bounded by Jonathan Lawrence and James Harris; also V^ of 2 lots, one of
      50, and the other of 40 acres, which is under lease to Abraham Sayre; also
       % of 30 acres on James Island; also Vz of my salt marsh in Bridges Sticks
      Marsh. Son, James, the rest of lands, except what will be sold. Daughters,
      Ruth and Barthsheba, #30 each, when they are 18. 20 acres of salt marsh
      on James Island to be sold. Wife to be Guardian of my children.
      Execx: wife, Sarah.
      Wit.: Ephraim Harris, James Harris, John T. Hampton.
      1789 Sep 25 Proved.
      1789 Aug 11 Inventory, #342, made by Ephraim Harris and John Bower.
      Lib. 30, p. 144.
   n. w. 1788 Mar 10 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Lore, Jonathan, of Downs Township, Cumberland Co.: will of.
      Wife, Tempranoe, all that was agreed on in an article between us when
      married. Oldest son, Dan, J/j of the land in Bear Swamp, and 1/2 of my
      cedar swamp, and V2 of the out land. Son, David, #10. Grandson, John Lore,
      plantation I live on, and rest of lands. Grandson, Jeremiah Lore, #15. To
      son David's children, Anna Lore and John Lore, #15 each.
      Exec.: son, Dan, and giandson, John Lore.
      Wit.: Gideon Heaton, Hosea Sheppard, Mary Campbell.
      1788 Mar 24 Proved
      1788 Apr 10 Inventory, #310.14.4, made by Nathan Clark and
      Hoseah Sheppard. Lib. 31, p. 67.



Robert Campbell _
   n. w. 1750 Apr 30 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Campbell. Robert, late of "Tokehow," Cumberland Co. Int.
      Adminx., Mary Bell, of Maurice River, widow.
      Fellow bondsman: Lowerance Peterson of same place.
      Wit.: Stephen Ayers, Elias Cotting.
      1760 Apr 20 Inventory of personal estate. #30.19.6.
      Appraisers: Lowrance Peterson. John Comppion (signed "John Chapion").
      Cumberland Wills, 56 P.

James Campbell _
   n. w. 1757 Mar 20 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Flnlavr, John, of Stow Creek Township, Cumberland Co.; will of.
      Wife, Rebeckah. Children: James, David (under age), William,
      Margaret Long, John, Nathan, Elisabeth, Jane and Sarah. Real and personal
      estate.
      Exec.: the wife and son William.
      Wit.: Ananias Sayre, James Campbel. David Long.
      1757 Jun 17 proved  Lib. 8, p. 430.
      1757 Jun 16 Inventory, #138.12.10, by Maskell Ewing and Thomas Ewing.
   n. w. 1760 Mar 07 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Campbell, James, of Stow Creek, Cumberland Co.  Int.
      Bond of Charles Campbell, of Stow Creek, as Adm'r; Thomas Richardson, of
      Fairfield, and David Mills, of Hopewell, both of said Co., fellowbondsman.
      Wit.: Daniel Briant and Daniel Elmer.
      Lib. 9, p. 451.
      1760 Mar 11 Inventory, #30, by Isaac Mills, Jr., and David Mills.

Thomas Campbell _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Carmack _
   bf 1716 ___ __ to Peter Carmick _ et ux Sarah (nee Hall _)
      Bacon Family And Other West New Jersey Families - Sarah
   n. w. 1754 Jul 13 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Carmiek, Peter, of Philadelphia, but late of Salem Town and Co., merchant;
      will of.
      Children: Stephen, Elizabeth Campbell and Sarah Farmar, Dec'd son John
      mentioned. House and lot of 16 acres in Salem Town; two lots of marsh and
      12 a. of land in said Town, next to the Meeting House; sawmill on the West
      side of Morris River in Cumberland Co.; land on either side of said river;
      1,000 acres in Piles Grove, Salem Co.; personal property.
      Exec.: the son and daughters.
      Wit.: John Hatkinson, Daniel Dupuy, John Reily.
      1755 Jul 05 Codicil of makes unimportant changes.
      Wit.: William Savery Branson van Leer, John Reily.
      1759 Feb 20 proved  Burl. Wills, 6273 C.
   n. http://usgwarchives.net/pa/philadelphia/willsabst.htm
   wm
      CAMPBELL, THOMAS.  November 26, 1762.   M.420.   Book M   willabstrbkm.txt
      CAMPBELL, THOMAS.  City of Philadelphia.  Merchant.
      October 11, 1762.  November 26, 1762.  M.420.
      Children: Peter and Sarah.  Brothers: John [of Liverpool, Eng.] and
      Brynn of Ireland.  Legatees: Alice Harper; Margaret Abercrombie,
      widow; servant Catherine Money; kinswoman Margaret Campbell, tayloress;
      the Penna. Hospital; the college in Philadelphia; negro Tom; and also
      Exec: Stephen Carmick, merchant, Dr. Richard Farmer and Benj. Price, Attorney-at-Law.
      Wit: Plunket Flesson, Anthony Siddon.
   df 1757 at 41Y,
   dm 1762


Thomas Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ _ _
   bf
   n. w. 1761 Jan 14 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Collings, William, of Greenwich, Cumberland Co., saddletree maker;
      will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth, all my estate, except the legacies hereafter mentioned;
      but, if she outlive my mother, or leave an heir, then my estate to go to
      her; otherwise to return to the estate. My sister, Elizabeth Street, #5
      Humphrey Fithian, and Phebe, his wife, (my wife's uncle and aunt), #5. My
      brother, Richard Collins, 5 shillings.
      Exec.: Thomas Campbell, of Philadelphia, merchant, my sister,
      Elizabeth Street, and my wife.
      Wit:  Daniel Wheeten, Hannah Mulford, Maskell Ewing.
      1762 Nov 05 Proved
      1762 Nov 05 Inventory, #12.5.0, made by Francis Brewster and Hugh Stathem.
      Lib. 11, p. 308.
   n. w. 1776 Dec 26 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Gandy, Moses, of Cumberland Co.; will of.
      Plantation to be sold. Brother, Abijah, #2. Sister, Elishabe Hewet, #15.
      Sister, Hannah Gandy, #15. Overplus to be divided among Elishabe Hewet's
      daughter, Mary Hewet, and my brother, Abijah Gandy's 3 sons, Henry,
      Abijah and Shepherd Gandy.
      Exec. Dan Lore and David Lore.
      Wit. Ann Shepherd, Anna Lore, George Taylor.
      1777 Mar 12 Proved
      1777 Jan 13 Inventory, #13.6.3, made by Alban Davis and Thomas Campbell.
      1780 Aug 09. Account by Dan Lore. Lib. 18, p. 168; Lib. 24, p. 171.
   n. 2014/8/8 Hawkeye
      I stopped at Trenton a couple weeks ago, spurred on by the conversation
      with JPH about Benajah Thomson and Snowflower.  The document was from the
      Supreme Court case Benajah Thomson vs. George McGlaghlin in early 1780,
      also known as The State of NJ vs. Benajah Thompson. Unfortunately earlier,
      most of MRT ruled against Benajah in the county case.  (There apparently
      was some dispute about specific MRT land ownership back in the day.)  So
      Benajah took this case to the Supreme Court of NJ.  I interpreted this as
      happening in 1779, and that is confusing because his new wife, Elizabeth,
      declared him dead in December of 1778, shortly after she married Benajah,
      And these two Benajah's are both the same person, as he was Manly's father
      (no question).
      "1780 Apr 20"  an inquisition or indictment against the defendant (BT) for
      forceable entry or detainer was found.  The final judgement was rendered
      1780 May 12 Samuel Erexson, Peter Moslander, ?, Samuel Endicott,
      Abraham Hoffman, ? Crandle, John Venemon, Samuel Golden, and
      Thomas Campbell were the jury.
      Evidence on part of the defendant (BT)  was given by ___Riggens,
      ___Erexson, ___Lake. I can't read above who witnessed against BT.
      Then I revisited the original documents re: George McGlaughlin's will.
       It read, "where Benajah (not Benjamin)Thomson lately lived" and Glenn,
      it was "Shallopman William Peterson" (see document).  Two interesting
      points.  The extremely knowledgeable lady at the archives changed
      Benjamin to Benajah in the two working NJ Archives copies there, too.
      And JP, I found Nummy's Island mentioned in 16June1774 in the will of
      Aaron Leaming of CMCo. yeoman, that to his son Person..."also all of the
      island called Nummy's Island."



Alexander Campbell _
   n. w. 1771 Aug 25 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Davis, Blnathaii, of Hopewell Township, Cumberland Co., husbandman; will
      of.
      Eldest son, Elnathan Davis, my cane.  Second son, Job, my sword.
      Daughters, Ruth, Phebe, Mary and Jemima, 10 shillings each. Youngest
      son, Nathan, plantation where I live, he paying to Israel Pemberton, of
      Philadelphia the money I owe him for said land.
      Exec: son, Nathan.
      Wit. John Bonham, Alexander Campel, Elnathan Davis, surveyor.
      1773 Jul 30 Proved
      1773 Jul 06 Inventory, #113.19.5, made by Elnathan Davis and John Burgin.
      Lib. 16, p. 255.

William Campbell _
   n. w. 1794 Oct 12 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Chard, Hugh, of Cumberland Co.; will of.
      Son, Joel, 2 shares of estate. Daughters, Hannah Claypole, Mary Chard
      and Elizabeth Tumbleson [Tomlinson], each one share.
      Exec.: son-in-law, Benjamin Tumbleson [Tomlinson] and James Ogden.
      Wit.: Thomas Sheppard, William Campbell, Sarah Pepper.
      1794 Nov 08 Proved. Lib. 35, p. 162; File 1071F.



John Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P482 L18.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell, Esq.      /2 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P70 L2.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW


Robert Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Henry Campbell _ et ux Ellen
   n. w. 1720 Sep 07  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Shugers,  JollU, of Penn's Neck, Salem Co., clothier.
      Bond of Robert and Sarah Cammell as administrators of the estate of.
      William Uickkery and Johanoes Casperson fellow bondsmen, all of said Co.
      1720 Sep 09 Inventory of the personal estate, #25.12.9; made by
      John Eatton and Lucas Peeterson. The jurat of the administratois on
      the inventory shows that Sarah, now the wife of Robert Cammell, was
      before the widow of John Shugers.
   dm 1754 Mar 20  HoCMC

Charles Campbell _
   mf 1732 Dec 01 Jane McKnight _.` NJ_SCGD P38.`
   n. 1735 was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Greenwich, NJ as was
      Moses Platts and Nehemiah Veal.
      http://history.rays-place.com/nj/greenwich.htm
   n. 1742 Nov Term, Grand Jury, Not Qualified - Charles Campbell.
      NJ_SCGD B_2 P_178.

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Jean _ _
   n. children all baptised in infancy (no date given). NJ, Greenwich,
      Presbyterian Church records P33. NJ_CuCHS
 with Jean
   James _        Elizabeth _    Charles _      Rebecca _      Sarah _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Nicoles _
   b


James Campbell _
   n. 1738 James Campbell was a signer of the petition to organize Tinicum Twp.,
      Bucks Co., PA.
      1739 PA, Tinicum Twp. James Campbell, Rev. preached at the Tinicum
      Presbyterian church north of Deep Run and at Newtown.
   n. http://archive.org/stream/collectionofpape04buck/collectionofpape04buck_djvu.txt
      Came from Argylshire, SCO and ncame to America in 1730.
      Tinicum Presbyterian 1739 Summer Rev. James Campbell preached there and at
      Newtown  In the fall he received a call to "Tohickon" through
      Francis Wiliamson and John Orr, He continued to supply his two
      congregations, occasionally going up to the Forks near Easton,  unti 1744,
      when he was installed at Tohickion, May 24.  A few years after it was
      decided to build a new church and controversy arowe whether it should be
      built on the old one's site or at Red Hill. When the latter was chosen,
      1749 May, he resigned, afterward went to North Carolina and dm 1780.
      According to Webster, the Presbyterian historian. Rev. James
      Campbell was a native of Argyleshire, Scotland and coming to
      America in 1730 was licensed by the New Castle Presbytery in
      1735, and was well received by the Philadelphia Presbytery 1739 May
      22, and "after preaching for four years, part of the time
      at Tohickon, he became convinced that he was still unconverted
      and ceased to preach. After conference with Whitefield and Ten-
      nent he resumed his labors. After his reordination in 1742 he
      divided his time between Greenwich (N. J.) and the Forks of
      the Delaware. On the division, he adhered to the New Side,
      and was sent to preach to the vacant churches." The above
      would place his appearance at Tohickon as early as 1735, when
      he was first licensed, as his qualm of unconversion, came in 1739.
      and it was doubtless then that he "was well received by Phila-
      delphia Presbytery." While his reordination in 1742 was under
      the auspices of the "New Side" much has been said of his good
      work in the Carolinas. He was transferred to the Orange (N.
      Y.) Presbytery from South Carolina in 1774 (Hist, of Presby-
      terianism. Vol. I, p. 96).



James Campbell _
   bm 1786
   n. 2003 Aug 04 subject of PBS in DFW Ch 13.  Had his own ship and a spyglass
      rumored to have been given by Jean Lafite.  Made by Steele and son in
      Liverpool, Eng., their first appearance in the directory was 1828 and
      papers indicate Campbell did not see Lafite after 1821?  Campbell was
      his First Mate? See the segment Detectives working Texas history.
   mf ____ ___ __ wife mentioned
   dm 1856 ___ __ there is a Campbell's Bayou Cemetery, but whether he is there?

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LINKAGE BEGIN 00 Peter Campbell/ Mary    compiled by Francis "Frank" C. Fekel

   n. From FEKEL at coe003 dot tnstate dot edu 1999 Jun 02 14:32:02 Wed
      Subject: Campbell genealogy
                     The Campbells of Cumberland County,
                             southern New Jersey
            (compiled by  Francis C. Fekel    revised 1999 May 20)
                            8612 Sawyer Brown Rd.
                              Nashville, TN 37221
      Allied families mentioned include Ayars, Bailey, Bass, Bateman, Blizzard,
      Bradford, Campbell, Clark, Flannigan, Fleetwood, Gandy, Garrison, Haley,
      Halter, Hitchner, Hurst, Huse, Ireland, Joslin, Kurtz, Launsbury, Loper,
      Lore, McFarlane, Moore, Ogden, Orr, Pashley, Pogue, Powell, Reeves, Rice,
      Riley, Robbins, Shaw, Sheppard, Simkins, Sloan, Smith, Stites, Stratton,
      Tomlin, Turner, Tyler, Veal, Webb, and Wilson, Williamson.
   n. Additional information, not currently included for the first three
      generations, has been found by Carolyn M. Campbell.  A significant portion
      of the names and birth dates for generations 3-6 comes from the
      Sheppard files at the Vineland Historical Society, Vineland, NJ.
      Useful information on the most recent generations (8-10) is found in
      Norman Bailey's "The Baileys of Baileytown" and has been updated by
      Dana Fekel.
   n. Thanks to Carol Basile for sending her branch.

Peter Campbell 05
   bm 1680 ___ __ Scotland, Lanarkshire, Glascow
   mf 1716 ___ __ Mary Talley 05 at DE, New Castle, Brandywine Hundred
   n. 1696
   ld 1714 Jan 06
      Grantor: Proprietors
      Grantee: John Scott
      Transaction: 6,250 acres
      Description: Western Division of NJ, below Delaware falls at Trenton.
   ld
      Grantor: Edward Scott, George Scott, Joseph Scott, sons of John Scott
      Grantee: Joseph Reeves and Nathan Lawrence
      Description:  part of the 6,250 acres.
   ld 1736 Feb 01 West Jersey Proprietors Records, Survey Deeds, Book P, p. 223
      Grantor: Joseph Reeves and Nathan Lawrence
      Grantee: Peter Campbell
      Transaction: sold 100 acres in Great Egg Harbor Twp of Gloucester Co
      By virtue of a Warrant from the Council of Proprietors to the
      Surveyor General directed bearing Date the Sixth Day of January
      Anno Domini One Thousand seven hundred and fourteen (fifteen)
      Requiring him to Survey unto John Scott Six thousand two hundred
      and fifty acres of Land in the Western Division of the province of
      New Jersey below the falls of Delaware River at Trenton And by
      virtue of a Conveyance from Edwd Scott George Scott & Joseph Scott
      Sons of the said John Scott unto Joseph Reeves and Nathan Lawrence
      for apart thereof and by virtue of a Conveyance from the said
      Joseph Reeves and Nathan Lawrence unto Peter Cambell of One hundred
      acres thereof by deed dated the first Day of February One thousand
      seven hundred and thirtysix.  Samuel Sayrs one of my Lawful Deputies
      hath made Return to me of the said One hundred acres for Thomas
      Cambell Son and Heir at Law of the said Peter Cambell Situate in
      the Township of Great Egg harbour in the County of Glocester and
      Western Division aforesaid and on the West side of Egg harbour
      River and by said Return dated the twenty ninth Day of March One
      thousand Seven hundred and Seventy bounded as followeth viz
      Beginning at a pine standing on the West side of the Road that
      Leads from Andrew Steelmans Saw Mill to Tuckaho and near a branch
      of Stephens Creek called James Steelmans branch the said pine is
      marked four blazes twelve notches and Lettered TC running from
      thence /1t/ North fifteen degrees East twenty one Chains to a
      pine marked four blazes & twelve notches then /2d/ ....
      Witness my Hand the Sixth Day of the Eighth month August One
      Thousand Seven hundred and Seventy one. 1771 Danl Smith Sur Genl
      Feby the 4th 1774 Inspicted and approved of by the Council of
      Proprietors and Ordered to be Recorded Wm Heulings Clk
      Two references to Thomas in Cumberland County appear in
      1777.
   wm 1748 Nov 11 File 141E
      In the name of God amen ??? day of november 1748 Peter Cambill
      of the County of Cumberland and provence of west new jersey
      ??????? being ???????? sick but in perfect mind
      and memory thanks be to god thar for Caling to mind the mortallity
      of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Dye
      Do make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say
      principally and first I give and Recommand my ?????? to god that
      ????? it and my body I Recommend to the Earth to Be buried in a desent
      Christain Burial at the discrtion of my Executors nothing doubting
      but at the generel reasurrection I shool ??? the same again by the
      mighty power of god and toutching such worldly Estate as have with
      it heaith? god to bles me with in this life I give ????? and dispos
      of the same in following as following and form? Imprimis I give
      and be queath to mary Cambill my well beloved wife my whol movable
      Estate during her life and after her disses to be devided betwee
      my tow sons Robert Cambill and William Cambill F ateem I give to my
      well beloved son william Cambill own half of my lands begining at?
      the lower line Runing up the Rever and so? back to the deviding of
      own haff S ateem I give to my well beloved son Robert Cambill the
      upper half of my land whitch is my homsted whom I likwis constitute
      make and ordain my sol execeutor of this my last will and testament
      all and singular own half of my lands by him frely and I do Revoke
      all other Ratefying and Confirming this my last will and no other
      to be my last will and testament in witnes whar of I have set my
      hand and seal the day and year above written
      Signed Sealed published pronounced
      and declared by the Said Peter               Peter Cambill
      Cambill as his last will and                 his   +  mark
      testament in the presence of us
      the subscribers
      John Campion
      Uriah Wheaton
   dm<1749 Jan 12 in what was then newly formed Cumberland Co, probably near
      present day Tuckahoe.
   n. 1749 Jan 12 Inventory of ???????? belonging to the Estate of Peter Camble
      Deceasd & Appraisd by the Subscribers freeholders & Inhabitants of the
      County of Cumberland, Jenry 12th 1748/9                L  S  D
      two Stears                                             4  0  0
      three Cows & three yearlings                           6 15  0
      two Heiffers
      one Horse                                              0 18  0
      Seven Sheep L1:10-0 & a mare 18                        2  8  0
      Seven swine 40/ & twenty seven Geese 15                1 15  0
      A quantity of small things                             5  0  0
      afercell? of Iron tools & tongs                        0 16  0
      one small spining wheel 6  & one Do 2/                 0  8  0
      two plow shears & coalters?                            0 16  0
      one pair trace chanes                                  0  5  0
      a Quantity of pewter                                   1  5  0
      a parcel of erthan & wooden Ware                       0 13  0
      a hand Mill & table                                    0 12  0
      Six old Barrels 5/ one Churn & wooden ware 5?          0  5  0
      a Croscut Saw & ????? & Som old Iron                   1  0  0
      two Iron potts & a Kettle & a frying pan               0 15  0
      two pair woll Cards & Small Looking Glass              0  6  0
      In Cash                                                2  5  3
      By Ballance Soposed to be Due on a Note from John Bond 0 12  0
      By a Note from Thos & John Edwards for two thousand
      three foot shingl                                      2 10  0
      acount found against william scanlun on Settlmt        2  6  1
      acount found against Charles Loyd                      1 16  1
      one Chest & trunk 15 & a hatt &1/? pund weight 2/      0 17  0
      one feather Bead 25 & one Do. 45                       3 10  0
      account against John Veal soposd to be Due             1  0  0
      spoke? Irons 1 & tallow 2/                             0  3  0
                                                           ---------
                                                            49  1  5
      one pair worsterd Combs & Sundry tryfels 6/            0  6  0
                                                           ---------
           John Champion                                    49  7  5
                     mark
          Laurence    L   pettersone Senr
                      his
   n. 1758 Oct 08 Land formally releaseed by Indians   -  HoCMC
      "Abraham Logues claims the cedar swamp on the east side of Tuckahoe Branch
      which John Champion and Peter Campbell have or had in possession."
 with Mary (nee _ 05) Campbell
   Robert 06      William 06
   b              b1717

Robert Campbell 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Peter Campbell 05 et ux Mary
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 06
   dm<1750 Apr 20 in Tuckahoe, Cumberland County, lived less than 1.5 years
      longer than his father.  Inventory of his possessions was this date by
      John Champion and Lawrence Peterson, the same two men who inventoried his
      father's possessions.  Mary Bell, widow, and Laurence PETERSON both of
      Maurice River, Cumberland County posted an administration bond and Mary
      Bell became the administratrix.  But who is the widow Mary BELL?  Was
      she the widow of Peter Campbell or was she the wife, now widow, of Robert
      Campbell?  For what it is worth, I (FF) note that both Peter and Robert
      Campbell signed with a mark, while Mary could write her name. Thus, this
      is not Mary Campbell, who was the administratrix for possessions of
      William Campbell.
      File 56F Inventory of Robert Campbell
      A true & perfect Inventory of all & Singular the Goods Chattels
      Rights & Credits of Robert Cambell Late of Tokeehow in the County
      of Cumberland Deceased appraised by Lawrence Peterson John Camppion
      the twentyth day of april 1750 --
      wau?ling, yearne & Sundry old Iron                  6 11 0
      Chears Earthen were & Sundry                       10 14 6
      Cows & geasling &c                                 13 13 0
                                                         --------
                             John Chapion                L30 19 6
                       his
              Lawrance  L  peterson
                      mark
 with Mary

William Campbell 06
   bm 1717 ___ __ to Peter Campbell 05 et ux Mary (nee Talley 05) Campbell in
      DE, RNew Castle
   ld 1750
      Grantor: Webster ...
      Grantee: Lambert
   ld 1752 Mar 04       Abs. 2009 Jun 22 GJB76.
      Grantor: John Champion
      Grantee: Thomas Hand
      Witness: William Campbell, John Champion.
   n. w. 1753 Oct 15 NJA_COW 1751-1760  1SV32  XXXII
      Camble, William, of Gloucester Co. Int.
      Bond of Mary Cambel, of Tuckaho, as Adm'x of estate; Jacob Garitson, of
      same place, fellowbondsman. Cape May Wills, 163 E,
      1753, Oct. 16. Inventory, #57.19, incl. a negro man, #40.; made by
      James Hathorn and Ephraim Sayre.
   dm 1753 ___ __ at NJ, Cumberland Co., Tuyckahoe
   n. William Campbell of Gloucester County, younger son of Peter and Mary
      Campbell, died intestate by 1753 Oct 15 when Mary Campbell and Jacob
      Garritson both of Tuckahoe in Gloucester County posted L115 bond.  An
      inventory of his goods was made the following day.  The administration
      bond and inventory were filed at Cape May.
      File 163E Inventory of William Campbell filed at Cape May
        Gloucester County October the 16th Day 1753 Tris? A Ppraisement of
        all the goods Chattels of and Credits of William Cambel L???
        Deceased of the affore said County
         To wearing appariel                             0  5  0
         to axes and Iron Tools                          0  9  0
         to old Lumber                                   0  5  0
         to one frieing pan                              0  3  0
         to one Iron Tramel                              0  5  0
         to one spining wheal                            0  2  0
         To Puteer                                       0 11  0
         to one Chist and Cubert                         0  8  0
         To one Beed and beeding                         2 10  0
         to Churns and peals                             0  2  0
         To one Leame Cow                                1 10  0
         To hay In Stake?                                0  3  0
         to Hoogs                                        0 14  0
         to one grine ston                               0  2  0
         to one siftor                                   0  1  0
         To old batels?                                  0  1  0
         to Books Depts                                  5  0  0
         To bonds and bills                              5  0  0
         to one Negro man                               40  0  0
         To oke boards                                   0  4  0
         To one hogshed   [a large barrel]               0  3  0
                                                         _______
          by us                                         57 19  0
      James Hathorn
      Ephraim Sayrs   Preasers
 with Mary
   Thomas 07      Peter 07
   b1740          b1748          b              b              b

John Campbell _
   n. Richard Somers Ledger Book   2009/07/21 GJB
      Folio 48; John Cambel
         in two lines it says "had by his wife" so he was married.
         He paid by 5400 "shingels" so he was in the sawmill business somewhere
         when this was written after 1773 November 27, the year Thomas Ireland's
         estate supposedly put the Deep Run Mill out to rent.
      43: Thomas Champion also paid in "bords" and "shingels." By 1773 Nov 25.
      43: Mary Ireland had an account by the same day and paid in "sedar bords"
         and by a cow and calf.

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Thomas Campbell 07
   bm<1748 ___ __ to William Campbell _ et ux Mary  in NJ, Cumberland
      presumed son of William Campbell, was born before 1748 since he is not
      listed in the NJ militia census of 1793.
   mf 1768 Jan 17 Mary Willson 07
   ld 1763 Nov 19 Old Deeds Belonging to the Salem Co. Hist. Soc., Salem Co., NJ
      Original unrecorded mortgage deed D-317 date, printed 1961.
      Grantor: Executors of will of Thomas Campbell, i.e. Grant Gibbon of Salem,
      NJ
      Grantee: Stephen Carmick and Richard Farmer, of Philadelphia.
      Description: Plantation & tract of land in Bacon's Neck, Cumberland Co.
      Original deed - Mortgage - dated 1763 Nov 19. Unrecorded.
   n. NJ military census of 1793
      Will of Thomas Campbell
      Inventory of the estate of Thomas Campbell
      West Jersey Proprietors Records, Survey Deeds, Book P, p. 223
      New Jersey Archives, vol ........., pp. 196, 391 [Inventory taker]
      Vineland Historical Magazine, 1941, 26, 153 [Overseer of Highways]
      Ratables for Downe Township, Cumberland Co., NJ 1773,1774,1778-1781
      Cumberland Co. Record of Mortgage, Book 1, p. 146 [Turkey Pt. Homestead]
      C&S, p. 659 [board of freeholders]
      Cumberland Co. Record of Mortgage, Book 2, p. 212
      Garrison, E. P. 1945, Vineland Historical Magazine, 30, pp.  158, 203
       (Articles on the Old Records of the Baptist Church of Dividing Creek, NJ)
      Cumberland Co. Wills, File 1268F  [Wm. Mason mentions land pur. from
       estate of T. Campbell]
      Sheppard papers, Vineland Historical Society, Vineland, NJ
      Campbell, C. M., fall 1990, South Jersey Magazine, p. 46
      Campbell, C. M., winter 1991, South Jersey Magazine, p. 26
   n. wm 1773 Apr 06 NJA_COW 1771-1780
      Peterson, Daniel, of Deptford Township, Gloucester Co.
      Int. Adm'x: Priscilla Peterson, of Greenwich Township, said Co.
      Fellowbondsman: Joseph Cowgill, of Greenwich, yeoman.
      1773 Apr 01 Inventory, 9.2.0, made by Thomas Rambo and Joseph Cowgill.
      1774 Feb 28 Account by Priscilla Ellis, late Priscilla Peterson.
      Lib. 14, p. 519; Lib. 15, p. 514.
   n. w. 1777 May 07 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Peterson, Aaron, of Downs Twsp., Cumberland Co.; will of.
      To Dorcas Peterson, my best bed, case of drawers, all her wearing apparel,
      and a horse and a saddle. Son, Amos Peterson, #5.  Son David, #3. Son,
      Ruben, #3. Son, Aaron, #1, and he is to be bound out at age of 14.
      Daughter, Rhoda Peterson, a bed.
      Exec: Dorcas Peterson.
      Wit. Thomas Campbell, Mary Diament, Hedges Diament.
      1777 Sep 13 Proved.
      1777 Jun 05 Inventory, #155.4.1, made by Stephen Clark and
      Thomas Campbell. Lib. 19, p. 162.
   dm 1795 May __
      From the dates associated with his will and the inventory of his
      estate, he died in May 1795. He presumably married Mary (WILLSON???)
      by 1768 when John was born.
      Before moving to Turkey Point, Thomas apparently lived in what
      was then the Great Egg Harbor Township area of Gloucester County.  A
      deed survey states the following:
      By virtue of a Warrant from the Council of Proprietors to the
      Surveyor General directed bearing Date the Sixth Day of January
      Anno Domini One Thousand seven hundred and fourteen (fifteen)
      Requiring him to Survey unto John Scott Six thousand two hundred
      and fifty acres of Land in the Western Division of the province of
      New Jersey below the falls of Delaware River at Trenton And by
      virtue of a Conveyance from Edwd Scott George Scott & Joseph Scott
      Sons of the said John Scott unto Joseph Reeves and Nathan Lawrence
      for apart thereof and by virtue of a Conveyance from the said
      Joseph Reeves and Nathan Lawrence unto Peter Cambell of One hundred
      acres thereof by deed dated the first Day of February One thousand
      seven hundred and thirtysix.  Samuel Sayrs one of my Lawful Deputies
      hath made Return to me of the said One hundred acres for Thomas
      Cambell Son and Heir at Law of the said Peter Cambell Situate in
      the Township of Great Egg harbour in the County of Glocester and
      Western Division aforesaid and on the West side of Egg harbour
      River and by said Return dated the twenty ninth Day of March One
      thousand Seven hundred and Seventy bounded as followeth viz
      Beginning at a pine standing on the West side of the Road that
      Leads from Andrew Steelmans Saw Mill to Tuckaho and near a branch
      of Stephens Creek called James Steelmans branch the said pine is
      marked four blazes twelve notches and Lettered TC running from
      thence /1t/ North fifteen degrees East twenty one Chains to a
      pine marked four blazes & twelve notches then /2d/ ....
      Witness my Hand the Sixth Day of the Eighth month August One
      Thousand Seven hundred and Seventy one. 1771 Danl Smith Sur Genl
      Feby the 4th 1774 Inspicted and approved of by the Council of
      Proprietors and Ordered to be Recorded Wm Heulings Clk
      Two references to Thomas in Cumberland County appear in
      1777.  By Jan 13, Thomas had helped to inventory the possessions of
      Moses Gandy of Cumberland County.  On 1777 May 07 he witnessed the will
      of Aaron Peterson Downe Township and less than a month later helped
      to inventory his possessions.
         From 1777 to 1782 Thomas became active in the local government.
      On 1777 Mar 11 Thomas Campbell was elected one of two Overseers of
      Highways for Downe Township.  A respected member of the community, in
      1782 Thomas was a member of the board of freeholders for Downe
      Township.
   n. Several ratables for Downe Township of Cumberland Co., New Jersey
      have survived.  Thomas Campbell is mentioned in the existing
      1773-1774 ratables.  Ratables examined include:
      1778      Thomas Camble    100 acres of improved land, 2 horses, 7 cattle,
                                 3 hogs
      1779 Jan  Thomas Cambel    150 acres of land, 2 horses, 7 cattle, 2 hogs
      1779 Aug  Thomas Campbell  100 acres of improved land, 2 horse, 10 cattle,
                                 9 hogs
      1781 Jan  Thomas Campbell  100 acres of improved land, 2 horses, 9 cattle,
                                 2 hogs, and 1/3 vessel
      The one-third vessel identified in the 1781 ratable was owned
      jointly with Thomas Gandy and Daniel Lore who paid a total of L48
      tax for it, indicating an expensive and presumably large ship.
         Thomas Gandy was earlier involved with Thomas Campbell in another
      important transaction.  In 1780 a mortgage record states the following:
      The Eighth day of August 1780 Thomas Gandy of the Township of
      Downes & County of Cumberland for & in consideration of the sum of
      four thousand five hundred & seventy nine pounds 5/11d lawful money
      did mortgage unto Thomas Campbell of the place aforesd a certain
      plantation whereon he now lives situate in the Township afd & bounded
      by land of Jonathan Lore & Maple Bridge Creek containing by
      estimation ninety acres of Land & marsh.  Mortgage Deed acknowleged
      before ephraim Harris Esqr. the 7th day of September 1780 & Recorded
      the 10th day of October
                           By    Jonathn Elmer     Clk
      This Mortgage is discharged as appears by Vouchers 9th Jany 1787
      J.Elmer
   n. An examination of other deeds and mortgages of the time gives the
      impression that the price of L4579 for 90 acres was extremely high.
      Was this mortgage for the 100 acres of improved land that Thomas was
      taxed on in 1778 and 1779.  If so, he must have been buying the property
      before the actual mortgage contract was made.  One reason for the high
      cost of the land is suggested by those ratables.  They indicate that
      the land was improved, presumably cleared for farming.  Perhaps it also
      had a large house as well.  However, even with such improvements it is
      hard to believe that about 100 acres of land and swamp in the Dividing
      Creek area was worth over 10 times the typical property value.
   n. Several other land transaction of Thomas have survived in survey
      deeds or mortgage records, suggesting that Thomas was continually
      buying and selling land.
   n. By virtue of a Warrant from the Council of Proprietors to the
      Surveyor General directed bearing date the fourth Day of November
      Anno Domini One thousand seven hundred and seventy eight Requiring
      him to Survey unto William Smith the full quantity of Thirty seven
      thousand five hundred acres of land anywhere in the Western Division
      of New Jersey, not before legally surveyed.  said Warrant being enter
      on Record in the surveyor Generals Office at Burlington on Lib. A of
      Warrants folio 12 also filed in said Office.  And by virtue of a
      Conveyance from the said William Smith to Abraham Hewlings and Thomas
      Jones of fourteen thousand One hundred and forty two acres part of
      the Warrant aforesaid bearing date the twenty second Day of May One
      thousand seven hundred and seventy nine And by virtue of a Conveyance
      from the said Abraham Hewlings to Thomas Campbell of twenty eight
      acres and a half part of his Moiety thereof bearing date the
      twentieth day of May One thousand seven hundred and ninety four.
      William Kemble one of my lawful Deputies hath made Return to me
      of the said twenty eight acres & a half of land forthe said Thomas
      Campbell Situate in the Township of Downes in the County of
      Cumberland and Western Division of the State of New Jersey ....
   n. Less than a year before he died, Thomas sold the following 110 acre
      property at Turkey Point.  The recital mentions several generations
      of Gandys and Thomas' friend and associate Daniel LORE.
   ld 1794 Nov 22
      Grantor: Thomas Campbell and Mary his wife
      Grantee: James Harris
      Transaction: One hundred and twenty five pounds, Gold and silver money
      repayable on the 22d day of November then next ensuing, with lawful
      Interest, did mortgage unto James Harris
      Description: a certain plantation or piece of
      land and meadow, situate, lying, and being in Downs at Turkey point, and
      is bounded, as followeth, that is to say, Beginning at division Gut on the
      north side of the large Tide pod, where the Bank crosseth the said Gut,
      thence, running North, two degrees, thirty minutes East, twelve Chains and
      seventy five Links, passing, one rod to the west End, of the orchard to a
      post, thence six degrees, twenty minutes west, sixty three Chains, and
      fifty links, to a black Oak Corner, standing in Johnston's head line,
      thence along the same, South seventy three degrees west, thirty nine
      perches, to a Sasafras post marked for a Corner, then South eighty five
      degrees west, seven perches and twenty links, to a stone, a Corner of
      other land belonging to Dan Lore, thence joining thereon South, two
      hundred and seventy three perches to a post by the marsh side, thence
      South, fifty seven degrees East, eleven rods to the head of a ditch thence
      down the same, south fifteen degrees west forty six rods, thence South
      nineteen degrees East, through the pond, and down the Thoroughfare
      to Scrub Island, thoroughfare joining Ogden's Marsh, then up the
      same and through the long Tide pond, and joining on the Channel in
      the same to the mouth of division gut, and thence up the same, the
      several Courses thereof to the beginning, Containing, by Estimation
      one hundred and thirty five Acres of Land, Marsh and Swamp,
      (excepting thereout twenty five Acres of Land, to be taken off the
      lead line, for Abijah Gandy, as the same was given to him by will)
      which plantation Thomas Campbell purchased of Dan Lore, by deed
      dated the 17th day of April 1794, and the said Dan Lore purchased
      the same of Henry Gandy by Deed dated the 7th day of April 1791,
      and the same was devised to the said Henry Gandy by the last will
      of his Father Abijah Gandy deceased, and the same was devised to
      the said Abijah Gandy by the last will of Father Aaron Gandy
      reference to the conveyances being had may more at large appear.
      Acknowledged before Jonathan Elmer Esquire the 25th and recorded
      the twenty seventh day of November 1794
         Late in his life it appears that Thomas and his wife found
      religion.  Surviving records of the Dividing Creek Baptist Church
      record that Thomas Campbell and Mary Campbell were baptized and
      received into the Church in 1792.  Both are also in the list of
      members of 1793.
   wm 1795 May 19 Thomas Campbell
      In the Name of God Amen
      Being of Perfict Mind and Memory but weak in Body and in Low State
      I do make ordain this my last will and testament and do Revoke
      all other will watsoever as May Be heretofore the first of all
      I do commit My Sole to God from wense it came and my Body to Be
      Buried in a Decent Christain Like manner. Secondly after all my
      Just Debts and funerel Charge Is paid I give my Estate as follows-
      that is to Say the first I give to my beloved wife Mary Campbell
      the Best Beed and Beeding and a Certain Black Broken Horned heifer
      and Calf  And also do Desied and Request my Executor to make
      up a certain payment for Lands that I bought at Vendue of Nathan
      Clark Esqr Deseased and also all My Land to be Devided as the Law
      Directs Between my children and also I do Direct my Executors to
      Cut Timber for To pay Debts if any shold be wanting and If then
      any ove[r] pluse Shold be then the Remainder to Be Equally Devided
      Between t[h]e whole of my Children
      And Lastly I d[o] make ordain constatute my Wife Mary Campbell
      and my son John Campbell My only and sole Executors and in Case
      Either of the Before Mentioned Executors Diseasd I do make
      my son Thomas Campbell one to act in the Place of Either of them.
      In witness My Hand and Seal This the Nineteenth Day of May in the
      Year of our Lord one thousand seven Hundred and Ninety-five.
      Signed Sealed In the Presence of us.  Thomas Campbell
      Witness: James Hunt, Dan Lore, William Davis
      1795 Jun 08 Proved after an inventory of his
      estate was made on 27 May 1795 by Dan Lore and Daniel Gullis in
      the amount of L529 10 7.  Among the many items are Slaves valued
      at L50, a vessel called Lively valued at L133 6 8, and 2/3 of a
      vessel called Nancy valued at L65.
         While the cash value of the inventory was quite large, Thomas
      had a very large number of creditors, whose claims were substantially
      greater than the inventory value.  As a result, not only was timber
      cut and sold, as Thomas directed in his will, but significant amounts
      of land had to be sold as well.  It is a good thing that Thomas did
      not own a credit card!
         One piece of this land was purchased by William MASON and is
      mentioned in his will of 1798 Nov 23.
         On 1796 June 6, Mary Campbell presented a list of debts totaling
      L1030.12.5 while the appraisement of the estate was noted as L539,
      which resulted in the following court order.
         Read & th[e] Court do Order the sale of a piece of Pine Land in
      Downes of about 70 Acres & a lot of Land of about 1/2 Acre at the
      Landing near James Ogden, Esqr.
         Over a year later, on 1797 Oct 17, the following accounting was
      given and sworn to by John Campbell, executor.  It shows that the
      claims against the estate were reduced by L200.
         The Account of Mary Campbell & John Campbell Executors of the
      last Will & Testament of Thomas Campbell deceased
      These Accountants charge themselves
      1795 Jun 08 For the amount of the inventory of the
            personal Estate exhibited this day         529 10  7
            For a Ballcess? not appraised                0 10  0
            For Debts received not appraised             9  0  0
            For Land & Timber Sold as per Account      225  9  0
                                                      ----------
                                                       764  9  7
            For 24 Cords of Wood sold   @3/              3 12  0
            For  9  Cords    Do.        @8/              3 12  0
            For 17  Cords    Do.        @13/4           11  6  8
                                                      ----------
                                                      L783  0  3
      Contra they pray Allowance 1795 Jun 8 For Cash paid for the Probate of
      said Will .....
      1795 Jun 08                         No. 1               2 17  6
             "    For dt paid Uriah Smith              2    133  6  8
               10 For dt pd John Lee 11.3.3 Elisabeth
                  Lore 8/5                             3.4   11 11  8
                " For dt pd Nathaniel Lore 5.0.0 Jona.
                  Terry 8/3                            5.6    5  8  3
               15 For dt pd Henry Gandy (2 Rects)      7.8   17  3  6
               15 For dt pd Abigah Gandy 12.3.0 David
                  Heaton 25/                           9.10  13  8  0
               16 For dt pd Ba?ckley Carll 50/ Moses
                  Moore 1/8                           11.12   2 11  8
               29 For dt pd Jacob Wenemore 5.3.9
                  Major Henderson 52/6                13.14   7 16  3
           Aug 10 For dt pd William Young             15     10  1  0
           Sep    For dt pd Ira Fithian Const(2 Rects)16.17   7 18  8
           Oct    For dt pd James Giles (2 Rects)     18.19  12  4  1
           Nov 18 For dt pd James Harris              20     60  0  0
               23 For dt pd Fithian & Ogden           21      7 10 10
               "  For dt pd Joseph Ogden Esqr(3 Rects)22.3.4 16 16  6
           Dec 29 For dt pd Tho. Blisard 10.18.8
                  John Campbell 3.15.5                25.26  14 14  4
               29 For dt pd Isac Garrison 8/9 James
                  Ogden 10/9                          27.28   0 19  6
               30 For dt pd Wm Chard 39/7 Thomas
                  Ogden 24/9                          29.30   3  4  4
       1796       For dt pd Wm Bateman 7/6 Levi
                  Heaton 32/9                         31.32   2  0  3
           Jan  5 For dt pd Hesekiah Lore 11.6.7
                  Wm Moore 29.14.3                    33.34  41  0 10
           Mar 31 For dt pd Robert Wallace 12.10.0
                  Henry Sharp 5.5.7                   35.36  17 15  7
           Apr    For dt pd Constantine Smith(2 Rects)37.38  24  9  0
           May    For dt pd Jeremiah Sayre
                  Const(2 Rects)                      39.40  13 11  5
           Jun 15 For dt pd Dan Lore 41/6 Jno
                  Trenchard 2.18.3                    41.42   4 19  9
           Jul 14 For dt pd Wm Watson 1.10.9.5 Samuel
                  Lake 1.15.3                         43.44   3  6  0.5
       1797       For dt pd Wm Mason (2 Rects)        45.46   4 13  5
                  For dt pd John Sheppard Junr.
                  (4 Rects)                       47.8.9.50  45  2  6
           Apr  1 For dt pd Sam Dollas 24/6 John
                  Sharp 9.12.6                        51.52  10 17  0
                8 For dt pd John Tullis 10.6.9
                  Wm Kemble 2.3.0                     53.54  12  9  9
           Jul    For dt pd Bathsheba Newcomb(2 Rects)55.56  14 14 11
                  For dt pd Marcy Westcott             57    21 19  9
                  For dt pd Reuben Burgin sheriff
                5 Rects                               58-62 183  2  3
                  For dt pd George Burgin Sheriff
                 (4 Rects)                            62-66  38 10  7.5
                  For dt pd Benjamin Ingersol          67     5 10 11
                  For a Judgmt unpaid of John Sheppard Jr    12  0  0
                  For Do. of Dr. Azer? Peirson                7  8  3
                  for a Com appd & died a few days after      6  0  0
                  For Commissns on 744.9.7 at 4 per cent     29 15  6
                  Fees pd for auditing stating & settling
                  this Acct &c.                               1 17  6
                                                            ----------
                                                           L828 18  2
      As can be seen from the above accounting, even with the sale of
      timber and land, there were still debts to pay.  An additional
      court order was made for Thomas' wife and son to sell the rest of
      Thomas Campbell's land to pay debts.  This court order and the
      results are reported below.
         Order of Sale of Land of Thomas Campbell decd & report of Sales
      thereon  1800
         At an Orphans Court holden at Bridge Town in & for the County
      of Cumberland February the 26th 1798 Present Isaac Wheaton Amos
      Westcott & John Mulford Esqrs Judges of said Court
      Application being made to this Court by Mary Campbell Executrix
      & John Campbell Executor of the last Will & Testament of Thomas
      Campbell decd for a further Order for the sale of the remainder
      of the real Estate of said deseasd for the payment of Debts and it
      appearing by the Report of the Sales on the former Order made June
      6th 1796 that the Lands sold by virtue of that Order were
      insufficient to pay all the Debts of said deceasd; Whereupon it is
      Ordered that said Executors do make sale in one?? form of Land of all
      the real Estate of said decd remaining unsold within the County afsd
      for the purpose of paying said debts.  And it is further Ordered
      that said Executors do make report in writing to this Court of their
      proceedings herein the next Term after said Sales shall be made
                           By the Court
                                  Jonathn Elmer Reg.
      Account of Sales made by the two Orders of Court
      70 Acres of Pine Land                           L 98  0 0
      Lot at Nantuxit Landing                           13  0 0
      32 1/2 Acres of Marsh & 1 1/2 Acres of Land       15 13 9
                                                      ---------
                                                      L126 13 9
      1800 February 24th                     John Campbell
 with Mary (nee Willson 07) Campbell
   John 08        Thomas 08      James 08       "Pene" 08
   b17680522      <1774          b17860225      b179007

Peter Campbell 07
   bm 1748 ___ __ to William Campbell 06 et ux Mary in NJ, Gloucester Co.,
      Egg Harbor
   n. 1773/1774 Tax Ratable.  Upper Twp., Cape May Co., single man. NJGF 9935.
   n. 1773.
      1778 Tax Ratable. NJ, Cumb. Co., Downe Twp., P6
         Peter Camel 28 of improved land, 2 horses, 10 cattle, 3 hogs
      1779 Jan Tax Ratable NJ, Cumb. Co., Downe Twp., P4
         Peter Cambel 180 acres of land, 2 horses, 15 cattles, 1 hog
      1779 Aug Tax Ratable NJ, Cumb. Co., Downe Twp., p. 3a
         Peter Campbel 800 acres of improved land, 2 horses, 12 cattle, 8 hogs
   ld 1780 Jun 17 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 Sep 25 B_19 P_45.
      Grantor: James Clark et ux Sarah, Mary Clark and Roda Clark of Fairfield
      Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Peter Campbell of Downe, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 3,000# current money of the U. S.
      Description: A certain plantation situated in Downe Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Beginning at a post for a corner standing in a line of Sheppard's land
      commonly called Squibb's line at or near the place where roads meet which
      lead from a Major Agdense mill and Capt. Sheppards to Dividing Creeks,
      being the northern corner of sd Nicksons tract of land at Grubby Neck,
      Thence running S65W 36C50L along Squibb's line to a Gum corner of
      Richard Haynses now Cheeseman's land;
      Then by said Cheeseman's land S1E 30C to a Gum corner;
      Then N55E 60C to a post for a corner standing by the aforementioned road
      in the line of the Gruby Neck survey;
      Thence along the sd line N58W 19C to the beginning containing 100 acres
      of land with the usual allowance
      One small tract of marsh lying on the south side of Antuxet creek in
      Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J. and is bounded as follows, viz.
      Beginning at a stake by the side of the marsh in the line between said
      Dickinson Sheppard and Jondab Sheppard
      Thence N25W 8C50L along sd. line to a corner stake by Antuxet creek;
      Then down the sd creek bounding there with the several courses thereof to
      the next part land or lower part of marsh;
      Thence S62E 15C30L to the beginning containing 10 acres of salt meadow be
      the same more or less, to have and to hold ...
      Signed: James Clark, Sarah Clark, Marg Clark, Rhoda Clark
      Witness: Ephraim Harris, Regina Harris and Ephraim Harris, Jr.
   mf ____ ___ __ ?
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Rhoda Ogden 07 Ogden _(before 1801 Jan 31), widow of Daniel
      Ogden of Deerfield.  FF.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Zephemiah Ogden _ et ux Phebe (nee Westcott _) Ogden of
      Fairfield. FF.
   n. 1781 Jan Tax Ratable NJ, Cumb. Co., Downe Twp., p. 8
         Peter Campbell 50 acres of improved land, 50 acres of unimproved land,
         1 horse, 6 cattle, 1 hog
      1786 Mar 14 Peter Campbell was elected an overseer of highways in Downe
         Township.
   n. 1793 NJ Militia Census, which lists men between the ages of 18 and 45.
         Peter and a John Campbell are listed in the Seventh or Upper Downs
         Company.  Officers for the company were chosen at the home of
         David Page. Page lived near Newport,
         owning a grist mill that was below Shaw's mill on a stream called
         Page's Run, a branch of Autuxit Creek. Its location was also described
         as "just north of where the road from Cedarville to Dividing Creek
         crosses Page's Run." Thus, Peter lived in or near Newport.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32  Index P24-25   R0 P041.
      NJ, Cumberland Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Peter Campbell          /01 02 00 00 01/02 00 00 01 00/0 0 _____________
 (Peter)_________________ 45-$_MW
 (Rhoda)_________________ 26-44FW
 (Oliver)________________ 10-15MW
 (Thomas)________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 (Lydia?)________________ 00-09FW
   ld 1801 Jan 31 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1801 Apr 07 B_3 P_53.
      Grantor: Peter Campbell et ux Rhoda of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Yeates of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 55# Gold and Silver
      Description: A certain lot of land situate in Downe Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J. bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a Sassafras post, marked twelve notches for a corner,
      standing on the main road that leads from Page's Mill to Dividing Creek,
      being a corner of William Chard's land;
      Thence runs N60W 16P5L to a stake for a corner;
      Thence S45W 19P5L to a stake for a corner;
      Thence S53:30E 22P2L to the place of beginning containing 1.5 acre and 26
      perches of land joining William Chard, Esq. which Peter Campbell became
      lawfully seized in the premises with an absolute estate of inheritance in
      fee simple.
      Signed: Peter Campbell, Rhoda Campbell
      Witness: Jonathan Shaw, James Campbell
   ld 1801 December 25 Cu 4:287-289   LJ
      Grantor: Jonathan Shaw and wife Sarah of Downe township
      Grantee: Solomon Robertson of Downe
      Transaction: 50 in gold and silver for a lot in Downe township
      DescriptionL "Beginning at a stone standing in the public road that leads
      from Pages Mill to Dollas ferry and stands in Peter Campbells line"
      "along the sd road binding on Peter Campbells and sd. Robinson"
      N 42 15' W 35 rods 24 links "to a stone for a corner standing in the main
      road that puts out of the aforesaid road and leads down to Nantuxent
      landing"
      along sd road binding on sd Robinson N 75 48 rods "to a stone for a corner
      it being a corner of the heirs of David Heatons lands"
      binding on sd heirs of David Heatons land S 33 1/2 E 58 rods "to a stone
      for a corner standing in Peter Campbells line"
      along sd line binding on Peter Campbells N 51 E 38 rods to the place of
      beginning
      "containing ten acres and a quarter and nineteen perches with allowance
      for highways be the same more or less of land and swamp which land the
      said Jonathan Shaw became seized of by a deed by and from David Newcomb
      and Naomi his mother dated the thirteenth day of November 1801 and \
      recorded in the Clerks Office of County of Cumberland the 11 day
      december 1801 in book C of deeds pages 410, 411, & 412"
      Signed Jonathan Shaw, Sarah Shaw [mark].
      Witnesses Uriah Long, William Walker, Wm. Chard.
      Ack: 1802 May 25 before Wm. Chard. Wife Sarah examined apart agrees.
      Received 1 and recorded 1802June 28 .
   n. 1802 Tax Ratable, NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., P11
         Peter Cambel 106 improved acres, 1 horse, 7 cattle
      1803 Tax Ratable, NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., P5
         Peter Campbell 20 improved acres, 80 unimproved acres, 1 horse,
         7 cattle
      ~1807 Tax Ratable, NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., P7
         Peter Camble 20 improved acres
   ld 1810 Jan 20 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 06 B_15 P_492.
      Grantor: Jonathan Shaw et ux Sarah of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Peter Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 5 shillings good & lawful money
      Description: Land situate in Downs Twp. lying on the road from Dividing
      Creek joining other lands of Peter Campbell bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a stone standing in the road that leads from Page's Mill to
      Dividing Creek at a corner of said Campbell's other land and
      Thence in the new road that leads from Tuxt to Dividing Creek;
      Thence N40.25W 16R20L to a stone
      S49W 6R7L to a stone in the ... of aforesaid road;
      Along said road S60.75E 17R20L to the beginning containing 51 square rods
      of ground which said Shaw purchased from John Yeates, Jonathan Shaw became
      seized in the same in his own right.
      Signed: Jonathan Shaw, Sarah Shaw.
      Witness: Theodosia Chard, William Chard.
   ld 1810 Jan 20 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 06 B_15 P_494.
      Grantor: Jonathan Shaw et ux Sarah of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Peter Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $1 for quit claim
      Description: Beginning at a stone,it being the beginning corner of said
      lot of land that said Jonathan Shaw sold to said Peter Campbell by deed
      bearing even date
      Thence S6W 43R to a stone for a corner, the true intent and meaning of
      this present instrument of writing is that the said Jonathan Shaw by these
      presents quit claim any land improvements, tenements, ...
      Signed: Jonathan Shaw, Sarah Shaw
   ld 1810 Jan 20 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 06 B_15 P_470.
      Grantor: Peter Campbell and wife Rhoda of Downes Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: Jonathan Shaw of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 5 shillings for
      Description: A lot of land situate in Downes Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      near the road that leads from Antuxet down to Dividing Creek being land
      laying on the said Shaw's land and said Campbell's other lands bound as
      follows:
      Beginning at a stone standing in the old road and Shaw and Campbell's
      old line and 6R 7L from the aforesaid road and is a corner for a lot of
      land that the Shaw conveys to the Campbell as by deed bearing even date
      herewith from;
      Thence N49E 13R14L to a stake;
      N34.5W 3R20L to a stake standing in said Shaw's line, his other land;
      S72.5W 15R17L to a corner;
      40 10R4L to the beginning containing 96 square rods which lot of land said
      Campbell purchased of Unis? Long?
      Signed: Peter Campbell, Rhoda Campbell
      Witness: Theodosia Chard, William Chard.
   ld 1811 Jan 28 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 May 21 B_18 P_121.
      Grantor: Peter Campbell et ux Rhoda of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Jonathan Sockwell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 41# gold and silver of the United States.
      Description: A piece of marsh situate in Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      on Antuxet Creek joining marsh of William Chard, Esq. and land of Nathan
      Henderson and Henry Shaw, Esq., and is bounded as follows, to wit.:
      Beginning at a small Gum standing on the edge of a marsh being a corner of
      William Chard, Esq. marsh;
      Thence along on William Chard's line N23.5W 16R to Antuxet creek;
      Thence down said creek the several courses thereof to Henry Shaw, Esq.
      corner at or near Peter's Point;
      Thence along said line S71.25E 11R10L to two small Hollys for a corner;
      Thence binding Nathan Henderson's land S43.75E 2R2L to a stone near an
      old stump;
      Thence N75.75E 44R to the place of beginning containing 8 acres of marsh
      together ...
      Signed: Peter Campbell et ux Rhoda
      Witness: William Chard, Lydia Campbell
   n. 1812 Tax Ratable, NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
          17. 1812 NJ Tax Ratable, Cumb. Co., Downe Twp., p. 5 and 6
         Peter Campbell 30 improved acres, 70 unimproved acres, 2 horses,
         3 cattle, 1 dog, 1 covered wagon
   df 1812
   dm 1813 NJ, Cumb, Newport
      <1813 Sep 07 when his son Peter Campbell renounced administration of his
      father's estate. Son Oliver Campbell petitioned for a division of the
      estate, which was ordered by the Cumberland County Orphans Court in 1814
      Sep. Mentioned are 8 children, Elizabeth through Zephamiah.
      It is currently uncertain whether the children born before 1800 are those
          of Rhoda or Peter's first wife.
 with first wife
   Rebecca 08     Elizabeth 08   Oliver 08      Peter 08       Lydia O 08
   b1778          b1780          b1783          b1787          b1794
 with Rhoda (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   Thomas 08      Mary 08        David 08       Zephamiah O 08
   b1800          b18020602      b18041024      b1806


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John Campbell 08
   bm 1768 May 22 to Thomas Campbell 08 et ux Mary (nee Willson 08) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Lovisa Simkins 08
   bf
   df
   mf<1809 ___ __ Sophia Garrison 08
   bf 1769 Nov 10, day not certain.
      Bible records state that Sophia died 1838 Aug 18.  However, the church
      records state that her death year was the same as that of John, 1832 so
      perhaps the Bible record was misread.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32   Index P24-25   R0 P42.
      NJ, Cumberland Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /02 00 00 01 00/02 01 00 01 00/0 0 _____________
 (John)__________________ 26-45MW
 (Lovisa or Sophia)______ 26-45FW
 (Phebe)_________________ 10-15FW
 (William)_______________ 00-09MW
 (Archibald)_____________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 00-09FW
   n. Other Campbells also listed in this census are Peter and another John.
   n. John also is listed in several ratables for Downe Township.
      1802 John Cambel Senr  60 acres of improved land, 335 acres of
         unimproved land, 4 cattle
      1803 John Campbell Cnr 20 acres of improved land, 70 acres of
         unimproved land, 7 cattle
      1812 John Campbell     40 acres of improved land, 85 acres of
         unimproved land, 2 horses, 8 cattle, 1 dog
      1815 John Campbell     40 acres of improved land, 110 acres of
         unimproved land, 2 horses, 8 cattle, 1 dog
   ld 1802 Aug 12 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1803 Feb 14 B_5 P_2.
      Grantor: David Shaw et ux Susannah of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 150# Gold or Silver money.
      Description: A certain trach or pease of land and marsh situate in Downes,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. and bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a division gut on the North side of a tide pond where the
      bank crosses the said gut;
      Thence running N2.5E 12C25L passing 1R to the westward .....
      Thence N6:20W 63.5C to a Black Oak in Johnston's line;
      Thence along the same S63W 39P to a Sassafras post marked for a corner;
      Thence S85W 7P25L to a stone for a corner of Dan Lore land;
      Thence bounding thereon S 251.5P to a post;
      Thence E 11R to a post for a corner;
      Thence S25W 6R to the center of the head of the ditch;
      Thence down the same S15W 46R;
      Thence S19E through the pond and down the thoroughfares joining Ogden's
      marsh to Campbell's line;
      Thence up the channel of the tide pond to the division gut;
      Thence up the same to the place of beginning by estimation to be 80 acres
      of land and a marsh after a deduction of 54.5 acres on the heed line
      heretofore sold  .... to Jacob Shull purchased of George Burgin in as
      Sheriff of the county aforesaid by deed 1797 Nov 28 who sold the same as
      the late property of Thomas Campbell, dec'd.
      Signed: David Shull, Susannah Shull
      Witness: William Davis, Joseph Wickman
   ld 1808 Jul 03 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1808 Jul 28 B_13 P_57.
      Grantor: David Shull et ux Susannah of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $100
      Description: Land at Turkey Point, which he purchased of Isaac Lore,
      dec'd, being a part of that estate of Daniel Lore, dec'd and still a part
      of that laid off to Isaac Lore, son of said Dan Lore,
      Beginning at a stake for a corner of Ichabod Lore's land in the middle of
      the main road in Turkey point and from
      Thence S20E 20R to a stake for a corner;
      Thence W 112R to a stake for a corner in a glade in Daniel Blizard's line;
      Thence along said Blizard's line N2E 20R to a stake in said Blizard's line
      a corner;
      Thence E 112R to the beginning containing 14 acres.
      Signed: David Shull, Susannah Shull
      Witness: Hannah Green, William Chard.
   ld 1809 Mar 24 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1809 Jun 09 B_14 P_262.
      Grantor: Joseph Hickman et ux Ester of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $150 for 90 acres.
      Description: Piece of land and marsh situate in Downe Twp., Cumberland
      Co., N. J. lying in Turkey Point, bounded as follows, that is to say
      Beginning at the mouth of a small gut that puts out on the west side of
      a creek called Maple Creek and runs up the said gut the several courses
      thereof to the head being the south side of said plantation;
      Thence running a direct course to the head of the gut to a Sasafras
      corner standing in the line of a tract that was purchased of Aaron Gandy,
      dec'd, and runs;
      Thence N6.333W to a post standing in the northwest of the said tract;
      Thence N75E 8C20L to a Maple corner;
      Thence a direct course to a Gum corner standing in the edge of the swamp
      a little above the Maple Bridge and runs
      Thence N75E by 8P to the water coursce that leads into Maple Bridge creek
      Thence down the same the several courses thereof to the place of
      beginning containing by estimation 90 acres of land and marsh, the said
      Joseph Hickman purchased of Thomas Blizard and Thomas Blizard purchased
      of Thomas Campbell as by a deed and Thomas Campbell purchased the same of
      Thomas Gandy and Nancy his wife as by a deed bearing date 1781 Aug 15.
      Signed: Joseph Hickman, Ester Hickman
      Witness: Harriet Scott, Jno. Wm. Tosh.
   ld 1809 Mar 30 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1809 Jun 30 B_14 P_266.
      Grantor: Samuel Blizard et ux Nancy of Downes Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J., Yeoman.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downes Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $60 for
      Description: A certain lot of land being and lying in Downes Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. in Turkey Point at the two acres for a corner taken
      up by Isaac Garrison, dec'd, beginning at a Black Oak near Maple Bridge
      in the public road which is a corner for William Moore and Abraham
      Garrison and other tracts of land binding to said corner, from
      Thence S69.5W 34R9F to a corner in said line;
      Thence Northerly 20R5F to the senture of the road;
      Thece Eastly 34R9F to the POB;
      Signed: Samuel Blizard, Nancy Blizard
      Witness: Joseph Hickman, Jno. Wm. Tosh
   ld 1809 Jun 21 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1809 Dec 07 B_15 P_129.
      Grantor: Ichabod Lore et ux Erin[Ann], of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J., yeoman.
      Grantee: John Campbell and David Garrison of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J., yeoman.
      Transaction: $200 lawful money for 12 acres of marsh.
      Description: Lot or piece of marsh situate, lying in Dividing Creek in the
      Twp. of Downes, aforesaid, beginning at the mouth of a creek called Little
      Bridge creek where the same communicates with Maple Creek; it runs
      Thence up the same Little Branch Creek, the several courses to a gut;
      Thence up the said gut S26E 16P to a stake;
      Thence by marsh, formerly Heaton's but now belonging to Nathaniel Lore,
      binding on the ? ditch to said Maple Creek;
      Thence up the same the several courses thereof to the beginning containing
      12 acres of marsh which Ichabod Lore became heir to and other lands by the
      death of his brother Hezekiah Lore, and the said Hezekiah Lore bought of
      and from Nathaniel Lore and Rachel his wife by deed 1795 April 08 and
      Nathaniel Lore bought the same from David Shull and his wife Susannah
      1795 April 07 and the said David Shull bought the same from John Wills and
      his wife by deed 1795 March 09 and the said John Wills bought the same and
      other lands of and from Reuben Lore and Ruth, his wife by deed 1789 May 20
      and Reuben Lore became seized in the same with other lands by deed from
      his father Seth Lore which bears date 1778 May 08.
      Signed:    Ichabod Lore, Ann Lore
      Witness: Jno'n Wm. Tosh?, Nathaniel Lore
      [Note that Campbell is sometimes spelled Camble and sometimes Campble in
      this same document. - RWC75]
   ld 1809 Jul 26 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 23 B_15 P_566.
      Grantor: John Cobb of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $100 good lawful money
      Description: A certain lot or tract of land situate in Downe Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. adjoining land of the heirs of Uriah Mayhews and
      John Wickward and Charles Bowen and is bounded as follows to wit:
      Begin at a stake standing in Mayhew's line, it being the SE corner of the
      whole tract of 100 acres of land that were left to Samuel Wickward and
      John Cobb, runs;
      Thence along said Mayhew's line N16W 61P19L to a stake for a corner, being
      a division corner between the said John Cobb and John Wickward;
      Thence along said division line N85W through the whole tract to a corner
      in the old line;
      Thence along the said line S4.5E to a corner of the said tract beforesaid;
      Thence along Thomas Ackley's line S85.5E 160R to the place of beginning
      containing 50 acres of land, be the same more or less, which land said
      John Cobb became seized of by the Last Will and Testament of George Allen
      String, dec'd.
      Signed: John Cobb
      Witness: Joab Chard, Juster Dragstrem
   ld 1809 Oct 02 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1809 Oct 02 B_14 P_57.
      Grantor: John Molly Sophia Campbell
      Grantee: Joseph Hickman
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld 1809 Dec 05 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 23 B_15 P_564.
      Grantor: John Wickward et ux Patience of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $350
      Description: Two tracts situate in Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      First Tract
      Begins at part of a Pine tree, a sapling burnt off in Mayhew's line, being
      also a corner to land whereon now lives Joseph Emmons now lives and runs
      Thence N85.5W 136R to a small White Oak corner marked J. C.
      Thence 4.5E to other lands belonging to said John Campbell and binding
      thereon to Mayhew's by said line containing 50 acres and a part of 100
      acres of land formerly belonging to George Allen.
      Second Tract
      Begins at a White Oak marked J. C.;
      Thence N85.5W 80.2R;
      Thence S4,5E 103R;
      Thence S85.5E 80.2R to the other lands of said John Campbell in the above
      described tract of George Allen Strings, formerly;
      Thence by the same to the beginning containing 50 acres, both containing
      100 acres.
      Signed:  John Wickward
      Witness: James William?, Joseph Prickett
   n. 1818 Nov 30 Washington Whig, William Schultz - Publisher, Index P23.
         Died on Tuesday the 17th, Five year old daughter of John Campbell, Esq.
      Burned in a fire at Buckshootum, Cumberland Co.
   n. 1821 May 07 Washington Whig, John Clark & Co. - Publisher, Index P41.
         Married on the 21st ult. by John Campbell, Esq. Mr. William Barnes, to
      Miss Hannah Bailey.
   n. 1821 May 07 Washington Whig, John Clark & Co. - Publisher, Index P44.
         Married on the 18th ult. by John Campbell, Esq. Mr. Uriah Brewster to
      Mrs. Ketty Parsons, all of Cumberland Co.
   n. 1824 Jan 24 Washington Whig, John Clark - Publisher, Index P87
         SIX CENTS REWARD - Ran away from the subscriber, residing at Buckshutom
      in Cumberland County, on the morning of the 15th inst. an indented girl by
      the name of NANCY PERSENS; she is about 17 years old, and has dark hari
      and complexion.  John Campbell.
   n. 1826 Dec 25 Whig & Observer, Robert Johnston - Publisher, Index P135.
         Married on the 3d inst. by John Campbell, Esq. Mr Jacob McCully, jr. to
      Miss Ann Rice, both of Downe.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1828 Dec 30 B_51 P_6.
      Grantor: John Campbell & Sophia Campbell
      Grantee: Thomas Gandy
      Description: Land in none Twp.
   n. 1829 Nov 14 Washington Whig, Franklin Ferguson - Publisher, Index P161.
         Appointments in joint meeting of the Legislature, Nov. 6, 1829.
      Governor, Peter D. Vroom, Jr.; Treasurer ...........
      ........Jeremiah Stratton, John Campbell, Nathan Leake, .....
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P473 L26.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (John Campbell)__________ 60-69MW
 (Sophia (nee Garrison))__ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
   n. 1830 Jul 10 Washington Whig, Franklin Ferguson - Publisher, Index P191.
         Was taken up at the mouth of Dividing Creek, a large scow, about forty
      two feet long, and thirteen wide, the owner is requested to call, pay
      charges, and get his scow which is now in the possession of John Campbell,
      Sr. Dividing Creek.
   wm 1832 Apr 08 NJ_CuCWR B_C P_14
         I John Campbell of the township of Downe county of Cumberland
      and state of New Jersey being of sound mind and memory do make
      and publish this for my last will and testament.
         1st I give and bequeath to my son Archibald Campbell the
      dwelling house and lot he now lives on and occupies containing
      about eight acres joining Lands of John Lore likewise a certain
      piece of salt marsh called or known by the name of the nine
      bend likewise two acres of the Bear swamp tract to be set off
      across the lower end.
         2nd I bequeath to my wife Sophia Campbell during her natural
      life the dwelling house I now live in the Barn and crib House
      attached to the same and one third of all the residue of my
      real Estate. I further give to my wife one half of all my
      household goods Kitchen furniture and her choice of three cows
      from my stock of cattle.
         3rd I bequeath to my Daughter Elizabeth Robbins the sum of Ten
      dollars to be paid her in one year after my decease by my
      Executors.
         4th All the residue of my Estate after payment of debts and the
      bequest of the aforesaid ten dollars To Elizabeth Robbins both
      real and personal I give and bequeath to my two sons William
      and John Campbell to be divided equally between them and
      likewise that portion of real Estate bequeathed to my wife
      during her natural life my will is that at her decease it shall
      be equally divided between my two sons William Campbell and
      John Campbell. I wish it to be understood that all my debts
      are to be paid out of that portion of my Estate bequeathed to
      my two sons William Campbell and John Campbell.
      Lastly, I appoint my two sons William Campbell and John Campbell
      Executors of this my testament and last will. In Witness whereof
      I have hereto set my hand and seal this Eighth Day of April one
      thousand eight hundred and thirty two 1832.
                                           John Campbell
      Witness: Gabriel Glann, Permelia Glann, Jas. Butcher
   dm 1832 Apr 14 according to Bible records found by Sheppard.  His death date
      is confirmed by records of the Dividing Creek Baptist Church where he is
      buried in the Church graveyard but the grave is unmarked.
      1832 Apr 24 Inventory of the Estate of John Campbell Decd
      Cash two dollars & three cents                     2 03
      Wearing Apparel                                    8 00
      2 beds & bedding said to be given to the widow    30 00
      9 chairs, 1 table, 1 satchel Desk Cupboard &
      Dishes flour                                      10 00
      Spy glass net, slate, Basket, shovel tongs
      andirons trammel lot of Books                      7 00
      Trunk Chest Looking Glass spools flax sheep
      shears Riddle                                      2 50
      2 Barrels & meal chest Wheel 2 beds & bedding
      upstairs                                          22 50
      Cythe & cradle Leather five barrels, little
      wheel saw shoe Bench & tools                       6 00
      2 Leins 2 Barrels 9 harrow teeth wedges
      nails Sive Cupboard Dishes table                  16 00
      Hammer soaptub spider frying pan steelyards pot    5 00
      Gun pots,kettles, tongs andirons, trammels
      fatirons augers                                    5 00
      3 hams mill bag cradle Bellows tables Candles
      pickels bench sundries                            10 00
      Pork & tubs Lard & pots Demajohn soap Grease &
      sundries                                          28 00
      Tallow, tubs Cakeoven bystand grindstone
      sundries Canthook bowlar Cask, potatoes, bed      15 00
      ?txes yoke & sleigh ploughs, harrows Barrow,
      chains, iron Day boards, sundries                 21 00
      Horses & waggon & gears                          137 00
      corn, buckwheat, oats                             21 75
      Lot Iron vinegar tools barrels Cythe & tacklin
      sundries                                           9 00
      Axes,hay rope ladder Dog troph forks & rakes       8 00
      Salt hay Dung hook ladder                          3 75
      Casks, Outing box potatoes feed bag straw          5 65
      Cord wood in the woods                            96 00
      Hogs cattle & sheep                              209 00
      Geese fowls fallow Harrow                          6 50
      Since no date for Sophia's marriage to John has been found,
      who is the mother of the following children is unknown.  From Bible
      dates recorded by Sheppard, the children.
      1832 Apr 25 Probate
   n. Tombstones, Dividing Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
      1850 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., NJ, p. 125? [Gandys listed]
      1860 US Census, Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 50
      Cumb. Co. Marriages and Deaths, Book H, pp. 316,454,394B
      Baker, Tombstone Inscription Book, Vineland Hist. Soc., Vineland NJ
      Sheppard C., Campbell family file, Vineland Hist. Soc.
      Craig, H. S., Cumb. Co. Marriages, pp. 216, 260
   n. Bible and other records quoted in Sheppard papers, Vineland Historical
         Society
      NJ_CuCMR B_4 P443 [Notes wife Sophia as of Jul. 1811]
      Ratables for Downe Township, Cumberland Co., NJ 1802-1815
      Garrison, E. P. 1945, Vineland Historical Magazine, 30, 204
      Garrison, E. P. 1946, Vineland Historical Magazine, 31, p. 30,31
   df 1838 Aug 18
 with Lovisa (nee Simkins 08) Campbell
   Phebe 09       William 09
   b17900405      b17910826
 with Sophia (nee Garrison 08) Campbell
   Archibald 09   Elizabeth 09   John 09
   b17941216      b17971216      b18061212

Thomas Campbell 08
   bm<1774 ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 07 et ux Mary (nee Willson 07) Campbell
   n. Thomas Campbell, Jr., son of Thomas and Mary Campbell, was
      born by 1774 and died after 19 May 1795.  The only mention
      of Thomas that has so far been found is in his father's
      will where he is listed as an alternate executor.
   n. Sheppard, C., Campbell family file
      Cumberland Co. Marriages, Book B, p. 3
      Sheppard, C., MH&G, V, 85 [tombstones at Old Stone Church]
   dm>1795 May 19

James Campbell 08
   bm 1786 Feb 25 to Thomas Campbell 07 et ux Mary (nee Willson 07) Campbell
   mf 1810 Mar 28 Hannah Ogden 08. NJ_CuCMR P112
   bf 1792 Jan 30 to Jeremiah Ogden 07 et ux Ruhama (nee _ 07) Ogden in
      Fairfield Twp.
   n. James lived in Fairfield Township most of life.  He and his wife were
      members of the Presbyterian Church at Fairton known as the Old Stone
      Church.  He worked as a blacksmith for a number of years and passed along
      the trade to his son, James, Jr.  After his retirement he worked as a
      farmer.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P366 L20.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper_Alloways_Creek Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P493 L
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbel            /1 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (James Campbell)_________ 40-49MW
 (Hannah (nee Ogden))_____ 30-39FW
 (Jeremiah)_______________ 15-19MW
 (Thomas)_________________ 15-19MW
 (Joseph)_________________ 10-14MW
 (Charles)________________ 10-14MW
 (James)__________________ 05-09MW
 (John)___________________ 05-09MW
 (Hannah O.)______________ 00-04FW
 (Ebenezer D.)____________ 00-04MW
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Mar 16 B_64 P_496.
      Grantor: James Campbell & Hannah Campbell
      Grantee: Jeremiah O. Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Mar 16 B_64 P_496.
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Jeremiah O. Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld 1839 Dec 07 Rec. 1839 Nov 05 B_67 P_32. Abs 20090622 NJ_CuCHS RWC.  GJB76.
      Grantor: William H. Whitaker et ux Patience, Franklin Lawrence all of
      Cedarville, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Grantor: James Campbell of Fairton, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Transaction: $256 for Cedarville land at the landing.
      Description: Beginning at a stone for a corner in the public road leading
      from Cedarville Landing to Millville and a corner of James B. Thompson
      land late Benjamn Thompsons.
      Thence N29W 2C 40L to a stone also a corner of said Thompson;
      Thence N63E 90L to a stone in the road that leads over the dam in Cedar
      Creek;
      Thence along said road S 29 E 2C and 65 L to a stone in the first
      mentioned road;
      Thence down said road S27.5 W 90 L to the POB. Containing .22 acres
      History: said lot conveyed by John Elmer et ux Nerae? by deed 18380620
      B_AO P_132.
      Signed: William H. Whitecar, Patience R. Whitedar, Frnklin Lawrence,
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P84 L15.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (James)__________________ 50-59MW
 (Hannah)_________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 (James)__________________ 15-19MW
 (John)___________________ 15-19MW
 (Hannah O)_______________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P164B L27  14/16.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 16, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Campbell             66M Blacksmith             4000NJ
 Hannah "                   58F                            NJ
 Mary   "                   19F                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P86 670.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 James Campbell             74M                            NJ
 Hannah Campbell            68F                            NJ
   df 1862 Feb 02 at 70.0.3 bur. Old Stone Church, Fairton and interred next to
      Jeremiah.
      FS.O df B07188-6 1862 Feb 0 at 70Y in Fairto, Cumberland Co., NJ
      housekeeper marriednbf 1792 at Fairfield, Cumberland Co., NJ FN Jeremiah
      Ogden MN Ruhama Ogden
   dm 1873 Feb 19 bur. Old Stone Church, Fairton, NJ just short of his 87th
      birthday.
   n. Sheppard, C., My History and Genealogy, V, 85,86,126,179
      Sheppard, C., Campbell file notes
      Cumberland Co. Marriages and Deaths, Book H, pp. 365, 661
      1850 US Census, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp., NJ, p. 164
      1860 US Census, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp., NJ, p. 86
 with Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   Jeremiah 09    Mary Ann 09    R C 09         Thomas W 09    Joseph 09
   b18110109      ~18120903      b18130721      b18150312      b18170515
   Charles 09     James 09       John 09        Hannah O 09    Ebenezer D 09
   b18191207      b18220202      b18240106      b18260115      b18280906
   Benjamin F 09
   b18330718

_ "Pene" Campbell 08
   bf 1790 Jul __ to Thomas Campbell 07 et ux Mary (nee Willson 07) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Elias Bradford 08 as his third wife.  Craig, H. S., Cumberland
      Co. Marriages, P22
   bm ____ ___ __ to Silas Bradford 07 et ux Temperance (nee Westcott 07)
      Bradford.
   df 1862 Apr 17 at 71.  She is buried with her husband in the Newport Baptist
      Cemetery.
   n. Elias first married Patte Riley 1804 Jun 14 with whom he had three
      children.  A second marriage produced two additional children.
   n. Hannah BRADFORD mm William FOWLER
      Lucy Ann BRADFORD df 1860 Mar 20 mm James SPENCER of Newport
      Joseph C. BRADFORD dm 1900 Mar 13.
   n. Sheppard, C., My History and Genealogy, V, 584
      Sheppard, C., Campbell and Bradford file notes
   n. get particulars at Bateman cemetery, Newport.
 with Elias Bradford 08
   Sarah T 09     Hannah 09      Westcott 09    Furman 09      Lucy A 09
   b1818          b              b18200803      b              b18300203
   Joseph C 09
   b18310718

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Rebecca Campbell 08
   bf~1778 ___ __ to Peter Campbell  07 at in NJ,  Cumberland Co., Turkey Pt.
   mm 1798 Aug 14 William Chard _. NJ_CuCMR P27
   n. FF  [note: various deeds indicate that William CHARD was a neighbor
          of Peter Campbell, suggesting Rebecca belongs to this Campbell
          family]

Elizabeth Campbell 08
   bf 1780 ___ __ to Peter Campbell 07 in NJ,  Cumberland Co., Turkey Pt
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Sheppard 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Sheppard 15 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ Benjamin Blizzard
   bm 178_
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1809 Mar 01 B_14 P_198.
      Grantor: Samuel Kimble et ux of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Benjamin Blizard of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.a
      Transaction: $83.33 for
      Description: A tract of land situate in Downes.
      Beginning at a stake standing in Monk's line, it being a corner to
      James Demot? and Silas Robinson's land;
      Thence N76.5W 46R15L to a stake for a corner;
      Thence S56W 130R to a stake;
      Thence S45E 36R to a stake in said Demont and said Robinson's lines;
      Thence by the same N39E 30R to a small Red Oak for a corner;
      Thence by the same N59E 134R to the place of beginning containing 25 acres
      of land which land said Samuel Kimble purchased of Japhet Garwood by deed
      1808 May 25.
      Signed: Samuel Kimble, Susannah Kimble
      Witness: Jno. Wm. Tosh, William Chard.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 Aug 13 B_19 P_81
      Grantor: Benjamin Blizard et ux Elizabeth (late Elizabeth Sheppard),
      guardians for David C. Sheppard, son of Thomas Sheppard, dec'd, sendeth
      greetings. Whereas by virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of
      Cumberland Co., N. J. 1811 August 13 did expose to sale at public vendue
      at the said Blizard's house 1811 September 28 as part of the estate of
      the above named David C. Sheppard, a certain lot of land situate in Downs
      aforesaid joining lands of William Mints and is bounded as follows, viz.
      Grantee: Isaac Garrison
      Transaction: $32 for .5 acres
      Descripton: Beginning at a stone for a corner, being also a corner of a
      lot of land that William Mints purchased of John Yeates, said stone stands
      in the middle of the public road that leads from Antuxet to Dividing
      Creek;
      Thence N75:45W 8R up said road to a stone for a corner;
      Thence S11:45E 10R12L to a stone for a corner;
      Thence S75:45E 8R to William Mint's corner;
      Thence N11:45W turning on Mint's line to the place of beginning containing
      .5 acre land which with other lands was devised unto the said David C.
      Sheppard by his father Thomas Sheppard, dec'd as by his last will and
      testament. May appear an Isaac Garrison of Downs Twp., aforesaid bidding
      the sum of $32, it was cried off to him as being the highest bidder.
      Signed: Benjamin Blizare, Elizabeth Blizard
      Witness: Moses Bateman, Jr. George Bateman
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P475
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____/S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Benjamin Blizzard _______/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 (Benjamin Blizzard) _____ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 (Henry Blizzard) ________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Oliver Campbell 08
   bm 1784 ___ __ to Peter Campbell 07 1782-6 in NJ, Cumberland Co., Nerwport
   mf 1805 ___ __ Sarah Terry _ in NJ, Cumberland
   bf 1786 ___ __ to Jonathan Terry _ et ux Hannah (nee Westcott _) Terry 9n
      NJ, Cumb, Dividing Creek
   ld 1806 Dec 09 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1807 Feb 09 B_10 P_466.
      Grantor: Dayton Newcomb et ux Abby of Fairfield Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $712.50 gold and silver
      Description: A tract of swamp and marsh situate in Downe Twp., Cumberland
      Co., N. J. near the beaver dams and is bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a Pine tree standing by the marsh side unto a corner of said
      Campbell's other lands from
      Thence N20.5E 43C20L to a stone for a corner binding on said Campbell's
      other lands;
      Thence still by the same N25W 30C50L to a stake;
      Thence N50E 14C90L to a gum marked for a corner standing in the bear
      swamp;
      Thence N69.5W to a stake for a corner, it being the division corner
      between the said Dayton Newcomb and Richard Whitecer, Sr.
      Thence S2W 97R near the bear swamp;
      Thence S25E 74R6L to a stake standing on the south side of the road that
      leads from the beaver dam down to _ creek bridge;
      Thence S20.5W to a stake that stands near pond Calledy sheep killing pond
      near a point of land;
      Thence binding on the land and marsh to the place of beginning containing
      by estimate 100 acres to be the same more or less, together with equal
      half part of a salt marsh that belongs to this within tract of land which
      marsh has not been divided by the said Whitaker and Newcomb but is to be
      divided equally in quantity and quality together with all and singular ..
      which land and marsh the said Dayton Newcomb purchased at Sheriff's sale
      by deed bearing date 1805 Jan 21
      Signed: Dayton Newcomb, Abigail Newcomb
      Witness: James Clark, Joab Clark
   ld 1810 Jan 19 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Jun 07 B_16 P_260. 20100721 RWC75 CCCH
      Grantor: Oliver & Sarah Campbell heirs
      Grantee: Reuben Garrison
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld 1810 Mar 22 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Oct 13 B_16 P_547. 20100721 RWC75 CCCH
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: John Whitecar
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1816 Jan 27 B_28 P_524.
      Grantor: William Perry
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 Jun 11 B_41 P_398.
      Grantor: Jester Dragsfem
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1823 Jan 03 B_42 P_272.
      Grantor: David Terry
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1823 Jan 30 B_42 P_277.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: Abigail Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1825 Jan 15 B_45 P_186.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: Garner Ladow
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1826 Jan 17 B_46 P_611.
      Grantor: Morris Hancock
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell et al
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18  no date B_28 P_373.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: William Terry
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1829 Mar 28 B_51 P_276.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: Garner Ladow
      Description: Land in none Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1829 Apr 10 B_51 P_328.
      Grantor: Garner Ladow
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in none Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1830 Oct 22 B_54 P_50.
      Grantor: Daniel E. Burch, by atty.
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1832 Jan 24 B_55 P_317.
      Grantor: Henry Powell
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1834 Sep 13 B_59 P_372.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: Allen Sheppard
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1834 Dec 23 B_59 P_622.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: William Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P10 L16.
      DE, Kent Co., Dover Hnd.    -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Oliver Campbell          /0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1845 Jul 15 B_74 P_480.
      Grantor: William Lore, admr
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1848 Aug 08 B_78 P_642.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: William Davis
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P57B L10 42/42.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, W^m Collins, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Oliver Campbell            66M Lab^r                      NJ
 Sarah     "                64F                            NJ
 Elizabeth  "               44F                            NJ
 Jefferson   "              39F Sailor                     NJ
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1852 May 31 B_83 P564.
      Grantor: Oliver Campbell
      Grantee: Smith Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1860 Mar 20 B_95 P_326.
      Grantor: Charles E. Foster et ux
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1861 Jan 30 B_97 P_36.
      Grantor: Mary Husted
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in none Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1861 Dec 30 B_98 P_193.
      Grantor: John Spencer
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 18 no date B_104 P_299.
      Grantor: Henry Westcott
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1865 May 03 B_105 P_475.
      Grantor: Richard D. Bateman
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Apr 24 B_109 P_287.
      Grantor: Josiah S. Newcomb, et ux
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Mar 08 B_112 P_172.
      Grantor: Elizabeth ? ?
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1869 May 05 B_121 P_133.
      Grantor: Mary Husted
      Grantee: Oliver Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   df 1875 NJ Monmouth, Whitesville
 with Sarah (nee Terry 08)
   Elizabeth 09   Jefferson 09   Westcott 09
   b1806          b1811          b1816



Peter Campbell 08
   bm 1787 ___ __ to Peter Campbell in NJ,  Cumberland Co., Turkey Pt
   mf 1812 Jan 02 Elizabeth Hunter 08. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   n. 1815 Aug 07 Washington Whig, Peter Hay - Publisher, Index P1.
      Will be reported to the Orphans Court, Bridgetown, Cumb. Co., on Monday
      the 25th day of September next.  Timothy Elmer, Surrogate.
      Ethan Lore, Admr. of Peter Campbell, dec.
      (may not be right Peter - RWC75 remove comment when ascertained)


Lydia O. Campbell 08
   bf 1794 ___ __ to Peter Campbell 15 in NJ,  Cumberland Co., Nrewport/\
   mm 1815 Mar 08 Henry Shaw Sockwell 08. Her name given as Elica Campbell by
      NJ_CuCMR P81.
   df 1876 Jun 06 in Indfiana, SXwitzerland, Vevay.

Thomas Campbell 08
   bm 1800 ___ __ to Peter Campbell 15 et ux Rhoda (nee Ogden 15) Campbell at
      NJ. Cu,mberland  Co., Turkedy Pt.
   dm>1813

Mary Campbell 08
   bf 1802 Jun 02 to Peter Campbell 15 et ux Rhoda (nee Ogden 15) Campbell in NJ
      Cumberland Co., Newport.
   df 1872 Jul 09 at NJ, Cumberl;and Co., Newport.

David Campbell 08
   bm 1804 Oct 24 to Peter Campbell 15 et ux Rhoda (nee Ogden 15) Campbell. at
      NJ, Cumberl;and Co., Newport.
   mf 1824 Mar 24 Catherine Downam 08. 1825 Dennam _ NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf 1803 ___ __ to
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P476 L7.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campbell           /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (David Campbell)_________ 20-29MW
 (Catherine (nee Downam))_ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 (Charles)________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P79 L6.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campbell           /1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (David Campbell)_________ 30-39MW
 (Catherine (nee Downam))_ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Charles)________________ 10-14MW
 (Nancy)__________________ 05-09FW
 (Timothy)________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P126B L19  320/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 24, _ Wil...,  Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Campbell             46M Farmer                 3000NJ
 Catherine Campbell         47F                            NJ
 Charles Campbell           21M                            NJ
 Nancy Campbell             19F                            NJ       S
 Timothy Campbell           15M                            NJ       S
 Firman Campbell             9M                            NJ
 Hollingshead Peterson      26M                            NJ
 Rachel Downam               8F                            NJ
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Dec 27 B_89 P_529.
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: James Riggins
      Description: Land in ? Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Jan 31 B_90 P_2.
      Grantor: David Campbell et al commr
      Grantee: Gideon Heaton
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Apr 18 B_90 P_333.
      Grantor: David Campbell et al commr
      Grantee: Jefferson Lore
      Description: Land in ? Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 May 18 B_90 P_440.
      Grantor: David Campbell et al commr.
      Grantee: Sylvanus Tubman
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld 1857 Mar 28 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Jun 01 B_90 P_492 Abs 20090623 CH RWC
      Grantor: David Campbell et ux Catharine Campbell of Down Twp., Cumberland
      County, NJ.
      Grantee: Gideon Burt
      Transaction: $5 quit claim for land in Downe Twp.
      Description: POB a stone in center of street from Newport to Dividing Cr.
      Thence S38.5W 24R to a corner;
      Thence N57W 18R 20L to a corner;
      Thence S57.5W 15R to a post;
      Thence N30W 5R 4L to a corner;
      Thence N63E 15R 20L to a stake;
      Thence S34E 20R to a stake;
      Thence N37.75E --- to a stake;
      Thence S60.5E  2R to a stake;
      Thence N37.5E 14 to center of initial street;
      Thence down the street 1R to POB containing .5 acres.
   ld 1857 Jun 02 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Jul 14 B_90 P_599. Abs. 20090623 CH RWC.
      Grantor: David Campbell et ux Catharine Campbell of Downe Twp., Cumberland
      County, NJ.
      Grantee: Samuel Loder of Bridgeton Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Transaction: $10 for .47 acre lot of Cedar swamp in Lebanon Swamp in
      Bridgeton Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Description: POB stake corner of _______ lot of sois? set in line of Dares
      lower survey of Cedar, also the line of Mary Harris lot of Cedasr swamp
      so'? in said Dares Survey.
      Thence bounding on said line N47W 5R to a stake in the corner of Lot #9 as
      sold at the same Publick sale and bid off by Abel Garton
      whence bounding thereon S25W 14.5R to a stake in the line of wsamp
      belonging to one heir of John Brick, dec'd;
      Thence bounding theron S47E 7R 3L to a stake corner of Martin  Loder's lot
      of soil;
      Thence bounding thereon N17E 15R 4L to POB containing .47 acre Lot #8 in
      survey and sale of lots in Cedar swamp made by heirs of Ephraim Holmes,
      dec'd and is part of a larger tract of land Smith Bowen deeded to
      Ephraim Holmes 1830 Jul 02.
   ld 1857 Aug 03 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Aug 10 B_90 P_632. 20090622 RWC at CuCH
      Grantor: David Campbell et ux Catharine of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Grantee: David Blizard of Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Transaction: $100 for land in Newport Neck, Downe Twp, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Description: POB stone in public road and corner to Ethan Lore, Jr;
      Thence S67.75W binding on the Deacon Land 16P to a stake;
      Thence S29W 27P to a stake;
      Thence N 57E 29R to a stake in aforesaid road;
      Thence alon said road S10E 39R 3L to POB containing 4.08 acres.
      This tract was quit claimed to Dallas Lore and Rhoda Lore by deed
      1852 Nov 06 B_L P_254
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 Feb 23 B_91 P_568.
      Grantor: David Campbell, et al commr
      Grantee: John R. Lake
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 Oct 12 B_92 P_609.
      Grantor: David Campbell et al assignees
      Grantee: Henry Mulford
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 Nov 30 B_93 P_90.
      Grantor: David Campbell, et al trustees
      Grantee: Robert Lake
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 Dec 04 B_93 P_97.
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Daniel Harris
      Description: Land in Greenwich Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 Dec 10 B_93 P_110.
      Grantor: David Campbell, et al assignees
      Grantee: Samuel F. Spence
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Apr 07 B_93 P_572.
      Grantor: David Campbell & Catharine Campbell
      Grantee: Timothy Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 May 10 B_94 P_40.
      Grantor: David Campbell & Catherine Campbell
      Grantee: Samuel Bass
      Description: Land in ? Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Jun 04 B_94 P_93.
      Grantor: David Campbell, et al, assignees
      Grantee: Harvey Shaw
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1860 Feb 09 B_95 P_144.
      Grantor: David Campbell & Catharine Campbell
      Grantee: Lewis Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1860 Feb 15 B_95 P_164.
      Grantor: David Campbell, et al, commr.
      Grantee: Joseph Hines
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1860 May 29 B_95 P_622.
      Grantor: David Campbell, Admr.
      Grantee: Richard D. Bateman
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld 1860 ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. B_AD_1 P6 Ancient Deeds.
      Grantor: David Campbell, admr of Nathaniel Blizzard, dec'd, late of
      Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: George W. Moore
      Description: Whereas the said David Campbell, admr as aforesaid, by
      virtue of the order of the Orphan's Court of the county aforesaid made on
      1859 Oct 14 having first advertised according to law, did sell land
      and premises hereinafter by public vendue to George W. Moore the highest
      bidder for the sum of $60, and did report the said sale to the said
      Orphan's Court who by their order made on 1860 Mar 08 did confirm the
      sale and order and direct the said David Campbell, admr as afsd to
      execute a good and sufficient conveyance in the law to the said
      George W. Moore for the same.
      All that tract of land situate in Bear Swamp in Downe Twp, afsd and is
      bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a sassafras post, the same being a corner to Isaac Watson and
      also corner to Jonathan Joslin;
      Thence by Joslin's line N84.5E 14C77L to a post in the road leading
      through what is called Poplar Ridge, the same being the beginning corner
      to the said George W. Moore;
      Thence by his line S32:10E 23C25L to a Sassafras post standing 38L
      westerly from the middle of the aforesaid road;
      Thence S52:43W 2C92L to a stake;
      Thence N41.25W 22C95L to a stake;
      Thence N76W 9C67L to the place of beginning containing 13.28 acres of land
      and swamp more or less.
      Signed: David Campbell, administrator.
      Witness: Clement J. Lee
   dm 1861Nov 17 at NUJ, Cumberland Co., Nerwport.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P245C  742
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Kate Campbell                 F 78   Self       M  Keeping House                                     NJ          MD          NJ

 with Catherine (nee Downam 08)
   _ 09           Harriet W  09  Charles T 09         Nancy 09       Timothy 09
   b182_          b18260210      b182906              b1831          b1835
   Firman 09
   b1841

David Campbell _
   bm 1805
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1805
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P124A L18  295/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Campbell             45M Laborer                    NJ
 Mary Campbell              45F                            NJ
 John Campbell              16M                            NJ       S
 Thomas Campbell            14M                            NJ       S
 Henry Campbell             12M                            NJ       S
 Benjamin Campbell           6M                            NJ       S
 Hannah Campbell            19F                            NJ

   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1807
   df 1880 Jan 23 at 73 married in Towne, NJ, Cuuimberland Co., Dwne Twp.
      FS.O  IPN B06634-1  Fbm US Mbf US

David Campbell _
   bm 1839
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 P    L30 226
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Campbell             11M                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P73 563
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 David Campbell             20M                            NJ
   mf 1874 Jul 23 Pheba A. Lacey _ NJ_GCMR P51
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P113C 934
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Bridgeton
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Phebe Campbell                F 54   Self        W                                                   NJ          NJ          NJ
 Joshua Campbell               M 18   Son       S   Laborer                                           NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED124   P14A   286
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton City, Ward 5
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Joshua T. Lacy        Head  WM        37        NJ
 Phoebe Campbell       MotherWFSep1825 75W   10 8NJ     NJ     NJ



Zephamiah O. Campbell 08
   bm>1800 ___ __ to Peter Campbell 07 et ux Rhoda (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1817 May 18 B_31 P_482.
      Grantor: David Campbell & Zephaniah Campbell, heirs of Peter Campbell,
      dec'd by guardian
      Grantee: Henry Socwell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 May 06 B_63 P_430.
      Grantor: John Orr
      Grantee: Zephaniah Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 Oct 01 B_69 P_462.
      Grantor: Zephaniah Campbell by David Campbell, Shf.
      Grantee: John Orbin
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P158 L_ 1175
      PA, Philadelphi Co./, 23rd Wd., 66th Pct.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Zeph Campbell              63M                            NJ
 Hannah Campbell            48F                            NJ
   dm 1885 Sep 28 at 78Y white male married gentlemanat Beverly NJ whiloe a
      resident 23 Wd, 34 W. Orthodox St., Ph, Ph, PA.  1885 Oct 01 PA, Ph, Ph,
      Cedar Hill.   FS.O DFN 004010324.

R. Campbell _
   bf 181
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P33 L_ 244
      PA, Philadelphi Co./, 24th Wd., 6th Pct.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 R. Campbell                33M                            NJ



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Phebe Campbell 09
   bf 1790 Apr 05 to John Campbell et ux Lovisa (nee Simkins 08) Campbell
   mm 1810 Mar 19 David Garrison 09 less than a month before her twentieth
      birthday.
   bm 1789 Oct 25 to David Garrison 08
   df 1823 Aug 22 at 33 and is buried in the graveyard of the Dividing Creek
      Baptist Church.
   mf ____ ___ __
   dm 1866 May 04 Tombstones
   n. Sheppard, C., Campbell file [claims marriage from Cumb. Mar. Records
         but can't find it]
      Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 54, 21, 1979 [1800 US Census
         of Cumberland Co.]
      1840 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Township p. 2
   n. The Garrison family was a close neighbor of the Campbells.  In the 1800
      US Census of Cumberland County, the two families are listed only two lines
      apart.  After Phebe's death David married again.  Although he died over
      40 years after Phebe, he is buried next to her in the Dividing Creek
      Baptist Cemetery.
   n. The 1840 US Census shows 7 possible children but none have
      so far been identified.
 with David Garrison 08

William Campbell 09
   bm 1791 Aug 26 to John Campbell 08 et ux Lovisa (nee Simkins 08) Campbell
   mf 1815 Jan 24 Mary Huse 09 by David Bateman, Baptist Preacher of Dividing
      Creek. The name is probably Hews/Hues/Hughes - RWC.
   df ____ ___ __ She apparently died several years later.
   mf ____ ___ __ Althea A. Smith 09
   bf 1796 Mar 15 to Jonathan Smith 68 et ux Mary
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P473 L22.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (William Campbell)_______ 30-39MW
 (Althea A. (nee Smith))__ 30-39FW
 (Abigail B.)_____________ 15-19FW
 (Sophia)_________________ 10-14FW
 (Charles D.)_____________ 05-09MW
 (Phebe L.)_______________ 05-09FW
 (William F.)_____________ 05-09MW
 (Althea)_________________ 00-04FW
   n. recheck men's age groups in 1840.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index No    R249 P71 L24.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Althea)_________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 (Althea)_________________ 10-14FW
 (William F)______________ 05-09MW
 (Jacob)__________________ 05-09MW
 (Mary)___________________ 05-09FW
 (David)__________________ 00-04MW
 (Martha)_________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P125B L1  299/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 24, Reuben Willits,  Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Campbell           59M Farmer                 2000NJ
 Althea Campbell            56F                            NJ
 Jacob Campbell             19M                            NJ
 Mary Campbell              17F                            NJ       S
 Daniel Campbell            14M                            NJ       S
 Martha Campbell            12F                            NJ       S
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R       P50 405
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 William Campbell           70                             NJ
 Althea Campbell            65                             NJ
   dm 1865 Aug 22 four days short of his 74th birthday.  He is buried in the
      graveyard of the Dividing Creek Methodist Church.
   df 1872 Feb 20 at Dividing Creek, NJ and is buried with her husband.  The
      cause of her death at the age of 76 is listed as consumption.
   n. The family lived at Turkey Point a suburb, if you will, of the village of
      Dividing Creek.  Two doors down brother Archibald Campbell's family was in
      residence.  Both were farmers who apparently acquired those lands at the
      death of their father in 1832.  By 1850 only the four youngest of William
      and Althea's 10 children remained at home.  Three of them were still going
      to school.
      Ten years later, their recently married youngest daughter was the only
      child still at home although another married daughter lived next door.
      Also living with William and Althea was Lumus SMITH, presumed brother of
      Althea.  The W. Campbell house is shown on an 1862 map of Cumberland
      County.
   n. Bible records cited in Sheppard papers, Vineland Historical Society,
         Vineland, NJ [Birth dates, Althea's parents]
      Cumberland Co. Marriage Book A, p. 151 [Abby Huse]
      Tombstones, Dividing Creek M.E. Cemetery
      Death certificate of Althea Smith Campbell
      1850 US Census of Downe Township, Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 125
      1860 US Census of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 50
      1862 map of Cumberland Co. at Gloucester Co. Hist. Soc.
      Orphans' Court Petition, Cumb. Co. Courthouse
      Will of Althea Smith Campbell, Book F, p. 155, Cumberland Co.
         Court House, Bridgeton, NJ
      Inventory of Althea Smith, Cumb. Co. Courthouse
   wm 1865 Oct 10 intestate and so the Orphans' Court was petitioned to divide
      his land among the 9 surviving children and 3 grandchildren. Unfortunately
      the property was too disparate to make equitable shares.
         To the Judges of the Orphans' Court of the county of Cumberland
      The petition of Charles D. Campbell respectfully showeth, that your
      petitioner holds real-estate, situate in the county of Cumberland, that is
      to say all of the following described tracts or lots of land, viz:
         No. 1, Is the old homestead farm of the late William Campbell,
      containing one hundred and fifty acres more or less, adjoining lands of
      Hamilton Moore heirs of Thomas Fleetwood, & Jacob Campbell & in the
      township of Downe in said county of Cumberland.
         No. 2, Is a tract of woodland situate in said township of Downe
      on the east side of Turkey point road, adjoining land of John Loper,
      Nathanial Lore & Others, containing thirty two acres more or less.
         No. 3, Is a lot of salt marsh adjoining land of John Campbell,
      John Lore & others, containing fifty acres more or less & is in said
      township of Downe.
         No. 4, Is a lot of Bear swamp situate in the township of Downe,
      adjoining land of John Campbell, & William Turner contains sixteen
      acres more or less. whereof one William Campbell, lately decd
      seized, as tenant in common with Sophia sloan wife of Garner Sloan,
      Phebe Wilson wife of William D. Wilson, William F. Campbell,
      Alithier Reeves wife of Stratton Reeves, Jacob B. Campbell, Mary
      Loper wife of John Loper, Daniel Campbell, Martha Orr wife of Mahlon
      Oore, Eliza Stratton wife of William B. Stratton, William Pogue, Jr,
      and Sarah Pogue, your petitioner being entitled by law, to the equal
      undivided one-tenth part thereof, and the said Sophia Sloan, Phebe
      Wilson, William F. Campbell, Alithier Reeves, Jacob B. Campbell,
      Mary Loper, Daniel Campbell and Martha Orr, being each entitled to
      the equal undivided one-tenth part thereof, and Eliza Stratton,
      William Pogue Jr, and Sarah Pogue being each entitled to the equal
      undivided one-thirtieth part thereof as heirs at law of said
      William Campbell, deceased, and that the said Sarah Pogue is a minor,
      under the age of twenty one years; and your petitioner further shows
      that notice of this application hath been duly served, and the
      service of the same acknowleged by all of said interested parties,
      he therefore prays this court to order a division thereof between
      the said owners in the shares and proportions to which they are
      entitled as aforesaid, and to appoint three disinterested
      commissioners to ascertain the metes and bounds of each owners
      share, according to law,
      Dated 1865 Oct 10         Charles Campbell
   wf 1869 Jul 13 NJ_CuCDR B_F P155
      Althea A. Campbell, will of.
      Her will divided her "estate" into 7 equal shares for her children.
      However, as can be seen below, her remaining assets were not extensive,
      just the necessities of daily life.
      A true and perfect inventory and appraisement of the personal
      property of Althia A. Campbell, late of the County of Cumberland,
      deceased made by James Powell executor and B. E. Wood & William
      Orr, two disinteerested freeholders this 18th day of March,
      Eighteen Hundred and Seventy two.
           41 yds Carpet  (Rag)   40 cts         16 00
           1/2 doz Windsor Chairs 25 cts          1 50
           1 Rocking Chair                          40
           2 Willow Baskets       25 cts            50
           3 Splint    "          20 cts            60
           4 Boxes                10 cts            40
           3 Trunks                                 25
           1 Pine Table                           2 00
           1 Table Cloth (Oil)                      20
           2 Stands            $1.00              2 00
           1/2 doz Coffee & Sugar boxes  10 cts     60
           2 Measures & funnels                     25
           1 Lard Kettle                            50
           1 Lot of Tinware                         60
           2 Iron Boilers                           50
           2 Store Jugs                             15
           1 Coffee Mill                            20
           3 Tin Pans                               25
           1 Sad Iron & Spittoon                    25
             Lot of Bottles, Books &c               20
             Lot of Dishes                        1 00
           1 Looking Glass                        1 00
             Promissary note on Daniel B. Campbell
            dated Jan 8th 1872 for               50 00
            Interest on do                          60
                                                _____
                                                $79 95
               James Powell  Executor
               B. E. Wood, William Orr    appraisers
   df 1872 Feb 20 at 76Y in Dividing  Ck., Cumberland Co., NJ
      FS.O widowed. FN. Mr. Smith  B06575-3 bf 1796 at DEividing Ck.
       1872 Mar 14 probate.
 with Mary (nee Huse 09) Campbell
   Abigail B 10   Sophia 10      Charles D 10   Phebe L 10     William F 10
   b18160515      b18181126      b18210626      b18241015      b18270121
 with Althea A. (nee Smith 10) Campbell
   Althea 10      Jacob B 10     Mary H 10      Daniel B 10    Martha J 10
   b18290522      b18310623      b18340503      b18370329      b18390531

Archibald Campbell 09
   bm 1794 Dec 16 to John Campbell 08 et ux Sophia (nee Garrison 08) Campbell
   mf 1815 Jun 26 Lovisa Smith 09. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf 1799 Mar 24
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P473 L8.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Archabald Campbell       /3 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Archibald Campbell)_____ 30-39MW
 (Lovisa (nee Smith))_____ 30-39FW
 (Oliver)_________________ 10-14MW
 (Jonathan)_______________ 10-14MW
 (Smith)__________________ 05-09MW
 (Isaac)__________________ 05-09MW
 (Edmund)_________________ 00-04MW
 (Aaron D.)_______________ 00-04MW
 (Franklin)_______________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P71 L23.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Archibald Campbell       /2 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Archibald Campbell)_____ 40-49MW
 (Lovisa (nee Smith))_____ 40-49FW
 (Smith)__________________ 15-19MW
 (Isaac)__________________ 15-19MW
 (Edmund)_________________ 15-19MW
 (Aaron D)________________ 10-14MW
 (Franklin)_______________ 10-14MW
 (Beulah)_________________ 05-09FW
 (Lucy)___________________ 00-04FW
 (Archibald)______________ 00-04MW
 (James)__________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P124A L28  297/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Archible Campbell          56M Farmer                     NJ
 Lovisa Campbell            54F                            NJ
 Archibald Campbell         16M                            NJ       S
 James Campbell             12M                            NJ       S
 Peter Campbell             10M                            NJ       S
 Beulah Campbell            16F                            NJ       S
 Lucy Campbell              14F                            NJ       S
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P61 495
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Archibald Campbell         61M                            NJ
 Lovis Campbell             60F                            NJ
 Archibald Campbell         20M                            NJ
 James Campbell             20M                            NJ
 Peter Campbell             17M                            NJ
   df 1875 Nov 13
      Tombstones, Newport Methodist Church Cemetery [Archibald & Lovisa]
      Cumb. Co. Marriage Book A, p. 169
      Baker, C., Tombstone Inscription Book, Dividing Creek Baptist Church
         Cemetery, Newport Methodist [Oliver]
      Sheppard papers, Vineland Historical Society
      1860 Census .......
      Mar. Book H, p 431 [James & Martha Lore]
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P242A 427
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Archibald Campbell            M 84   Self        W                                                   NJ          NJ          NJ

   dm 1881 Jun 10 They are buried together in the Newport Methodist Cemetery.
   n. In 1860 their 3 youngest sons remained at home...... Archibald and Lovisa
      (nee Smith) Campbell had 12 children.
 with Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   Oliver 10      Jonathan 10    Smith 10       Isaac 10       Edmund 10
   b18161016      b18180914      b1820          b18220330      b18230527
   Aaron D 10     Franklin 10    Beulah 10      Lucy 10        Archibald 10
   b18260506      b1827          b18320317      b1836          b18380722
   James 10       Peter 10
   b18400227      b1843

Elizabeth Campbell 09
   bf 1797 Dec 16 to John Campbell 08 et ux Sophia (nee Garrison 08) Campbell
      in Dividing Creek
   mm 1814 Jan 02 David Robbins 09 when she was 17.  NJ_CuCMR P73.
   bm 1788 Aug 02 to John Robbins 08 et ux Temperance
   n. In 1850 Elizabeth and her husband were living in Downe Township next to
      other Robbins' families in what apparently was known locally as
      Robbinstown.  She was living with three of her daughters and was keeping
      house 10 years later.  She outlasted her husband and at least two of her
      daughters.  Buried next to Elizabeth and David are their daughters Martha,
      Lydia, and Elizabeth. The latter's husband Gideon HALEY is also buried
      with the family.
   dm 1852 ___ __ Dec 10? at 64 of palsey
      He was born and died in the village of Dividing Creek.  He was a farmer.
   df 1865 Jul 27 or 28 of "heart disease" in Robbinstown.  She is buried in the
      Dividing Creek Baptist Cemetery next to her husband.
   n. Lydia Robbins df 1872 Apr 27 bur. Div. Ck.  Baptist Cemetery
      ?? Ann B. wife of Ward Morgan ????from position in graveyard
      Elizabeth Robbins df 1862 Sep 09 mm 1850 Sep 08 Gideon Haley (1829-1862)
      Mary Robbins  df >1850
      Martha Robbins df 1860 Nov 11 bur. Div. Ck.  Baptist Cemetery
      Phebe Robbins  df >Aug. 1860
   n. Bible record cited in Sheppard's family sheets, Vineland Hist.
         Soc., Vineland, NJ
      Cumberland Co. Marriages and Deaths, Book H, pp. 568, 701, 751
      Gravestone, Dividing Creek Baptist Cemetery
      1850 US Census, Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 121
      1860 US Census, Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 50
      Cumb. Co. Marriages and Deaths, Book H, p. 328
      Baker, C., Tombstone Inscription Book, p. 46 [children including Gideon
         Haley & wife]
 with David Robbins 09
   Lydia 10       ?Ann B. 10     Elizabeth 10   Mary 10        Martha 10
   b18131211      b              b18300315      b1833          b18370802
   Phebe 10
   b1841

John Campbell 09
   bm 1806 Dec 12 to John Campbell 08 et ux Sophia (nee Garrison 08) Campbell
      possibly FS,O C01928-1 bm 1806 Dec 19 NJ male.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Gandy 09
   bf 1805 Oct 13 to Ephraim Gandy 08 et ux Margaret? (nee _ 08) Gandy of Turkey
      Point.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P473 L24.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell, Jr.       /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)___________________ 30-39MW
 (Mary)___________________ 20-29FW
 (Sarah)__________________ 00-04FW
 (Elizabeth()_____________ 00-04FW
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P50  409
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Campbell              54M                            NJ
 Mary Campbell              55F                            NJ
 Hannah Campbell            28F                            NJ
 Thomas Campbell            22M                            NJ
 Henry Campbell             18M                            NJ
 Benjamin Campbell          15M                            NJ
   df 1880 Jan 23 w/o John Campbell buried beside her husband.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P250A 1162
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Campbell                 M 72   Self        W Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ

   dm 1883 Aug 05 at 76 and buried in the cemetery at the Dividing Creek Baptist
      Church.
   n. In 1850 her family lived in Turkey Point, three houses from William
       Campbell.
   n. In 1860 John and his wife Mary were living in the Turkey Point area with
      four of their younger children.  In that census John is described as a
      farmer with ............
 with Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell
   Sarah 10       Elizabeth 10   Hannah 10      John 10        Thomas 10
   b              b1827          b1832          b183307        b1839
   Henry 10       Benjamin 10
   b1842          b18450407

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Jeremiah Ogden Campbell 09
   bm 1811 Jan 09 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   mf 1833 May 02 Elizabeth Riley 09.  Elizabeth R. Conover NJ_CuCMR P112.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P84 L10.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jeremiah Campbell        /1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Jeremiah)_______________ 30-39MW
 (Elizabeth)______________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 May 18 B_69 P_120.
      Grantor: Elizabeth Campbell & Jeremiah O. Campbell
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R816 P_    L42 14/17
      PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphiam High St. ?Wd.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jeremiah Campbedll         39M                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell         34F                            NJ
 John Campbell              16M                            NJ
 James V. Campbell          14M                            NJ
 Martha E. Dampbell         12F                            NJ
 Joseph Campbell            33M                            NJ
 John H. Waters             20M                            NJ
 Clement Whitaker           24M                            NJ
 Oliver Meredith            34M                            NJ
 Elizabeth Laning           25F                            NJ
 Catharine Dekum            21F                            IRE
 Elizabeth Hirst            30F                            NJ
 Mrgaret Vanmeter           20F                            NJ
   mf 1857 Nov 28 Elizabeth Hurst 09
   dm>1857 Nov 28

Mary Ann Campbell 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   df 1812 Dec 19 bur. Old Stone Church Cem. "M A C" child.

R. C. Campbell 09
   bf 1813 Jul 21 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   df 1813 Jul 21 Bur. Old Stone Church Cem.

Thomas W. Campbell 09
   bm 1815 Mar 12 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   mf 1837 Mar 15 Maria T. Bateman 09 by Ethan Osborn in Fairton, NJ.  NJ_CuCMR
      P112.
   bf 1813
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P91 L11.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas W. Campbell       /0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Thomas)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Maria)__________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Cornelia)_______________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P161B L4  429/429.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Campbell            36M Blacksmith              700NJ
 Maria Campbell             37F                            NJ
 Cornelia Campbell          11F                            NJ       S
 Alexander Campbell         17M
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P44 338
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp..
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Thomas Campbell            44M                            NJ
 Maria T. Campbell          44F                            NJ
 Amelia T. Campbell         20F                            NJ
 Ella M. Campbell            8F                            NJ
 Emma A. ?Campbel            3F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P278B L 52
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Clayton
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Thomas Campbell               M 65   Self       M  Machinist                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Maria T. Campbell             F 66   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Emma A. Campbell              F 23   Dau                                                             NJ

   dm 1887 Aug 08 at 72 and is buried with his wife in the Old Stone Church
      cemetery.
   df 1888 Feb 14 at 74.
 with Maria T. (nee Bateman 09) Campbell
   Harriet A 10   Abigail L 10   Benjamin T 10
   b18380417      b18440924      b18480915


Joseph Campbell 09
   bm 1817 May 15 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   mf 1839 Jan 26 Abigail Powell Moore 09 at Fairfield Twp.
      1839 Oct 25 NJ_CuCMR P112.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P88 L5.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Campbell          /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   df 1841 May 04 at 22. Buried in the Old Stone Church Cemetery.
   n. 1850 census wiuth broither Jeremiah in hiladelphia.
   mf 1852 May 07 Adeline Ogden 09. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1853 Jun 11 B_85 P_110.
      Grantor: Adeline Campbell & Joseph Campbell
      Grantee: Zella Young
      Description: Land in Hopewell Twp.
   df 1856 May 17 at 27. Buried in the Old Stone Church Cemetery.
   n. Child of Joseph and Adeline (OGDEN) Campbell (others?)
   n. Sheppard, C., Campbell family file
      Sheppard, C., MH&G, V, 86
      Cumberland Co. Marriages, Book B, pp. 14, 107 [must be checked]
   n. Campbell bm 1855 to Joseph Campbell in NJ, Fairfield dm 1856 Nov 25 at 1Y
      single  in Phi, Phi, PA
      FS.O B07188-9
 with Adeline (nee Ogden 09) Campbell
   Charles F 10
   b

Charles Campbell 09
   bm 1819 Dec 07 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Matilda O. Mattison 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to Harris B. Mattison 08 et ux Matilda.  20090803 FF NJ_CuCBMD
      B_H 1848-1967.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P190B  L15  12/13.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 10, F. Devereux, Ass't Marshal..
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Woodruff             43M Tin Smith              2700NJ
 Mahlda                     41F                            NJ
 Charles Cambell            30M Shoemaker               900NJ
 Mary Jane Campbell         34F                            NJ
 Aaron Davis, Jr.           18M Shoemaker                  NJ
   df 1849 Mar 25 age 24 shortly after birth of son Benjamin and interred beside
      him and he beside Sarah Preston at Central UMC, Bridgeton, NJ. Pictures of
      stones.  Sarah relationship unknown. Cause of death confirmed by 20090803
      FF NJ_CuCBMD B_H 1848-1967.
 with Matilda
   Benjamin F 10
   b184902

James Campbell 09
   bm 1822 Feb 02 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   mf<1846 ___ __ Mary Ann _ 09 bf 1819 Jun 18
   n. Like his father, a blacksmith.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P165A L19  21/23.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 16, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Campbell             27M Blacksmith                 NJ
 Mary A. Campbell           27F                            NJ
 William H. Campbell         4M                            NJ
 Abigail Campbell            1F                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P86 677.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 James Campbell             37M                            NJ
 Mary A. Campbell           41F                            NJ
 William H. Campbell        14M                            NJ
 Abigail D. Campbell        11F                            NJ
 Benj, F. Campbell           9M                            NJ
 James M. Campbell           6M                            NJ
 Edwin Campbell              3M                            NJ
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Mar 27 B_128 P_280
      Grantor: Elizabeth Brown
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Apr 17 B_128 P_443
      Grantor: James Camp
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Apr 28 B_128 P_513
      Grantor: Leonard Bateman
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Jun 13 B_129 P_117
      Grantor: Jonathan Sheppard
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.
   wm 1875 Mar 01 NJ_CuCDR B_F P_433
      James Campbell, will of.
   dm 1875 Apr 09 buried in the Old Stone Chruch Cemetery with his wife
      1875 Apr 21 Probate
   n. James and his family lived not far from his parents in Fairton.  He
      followed in his fathers footsteps, making his living as a blacksmith.
   n. From census records the children of James, Jr. and Mary A. Campbell
   n. Sheppard, C., Campbell family file
      Sheppard, C., MH&G, V, 179 [tombstones at Old Stone Chruch]
      1860 US Census, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp., NJ, p. 86
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P280A 4086
      NJ, aumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Mary A. Camkpbell             F 60   Self        W Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Benjamin F. Campbell          n 28   Son         S cksmith                                           NJ          NJ          NJ
 Edwin Campbell                M 22   Son                                                             NJ

   df 1882 Oct 14 at 63.
 with Mary Ann (nee _ 09) Campbell
   William H 10   Abigail B 10   Benjamin F 10  James M 10     Edwin 10
   b1846          b18490506      b1851          b1854          b1857

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Mary Campbell _
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P28 184
      NJ, CAmden, Camden City,  Middlw Ward.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Mary Campbell               9F                            NJ


   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R774  V    E    P184C    350
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Eliza Campbell                F 59   Self        W Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ


   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
   df

William T. Campbdll _
   bm 1819 NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R821 P_  L41   329/373
      PA, Philladelphia Co., Philadelphi, Ward 3, Spring Garden
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William T. Campbell        30M                            NJ
 Sarah E. Campbell          25F                            DE
 Lukars B. Campbell          9M                            DE
 Sarah Campbell              4F                            DE
 William Campbell            1M                            DE
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653   P11 63
      DE, Kent Co., Duck Creek HD,
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Wm T. Campbell             41M                            NJ



Jefferson Lore Campbell 09
   bm 1811 ___ __ to Oliver Campbell 08 et ux Sarah? _08i n NJ, Cu,mb. Newport
   mf 1838 Jan 19 Martha Barber 09. DE_KCMR 1645-1899.
   bf
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P10 L18.
      DE, Kent Co., Dover Hnd. 000000 010000
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jefferson Campbell       /1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 (Jefferson)______________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R       P183 1199
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek HD,
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jefferson Campbell         49M                            NJ
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R    P43 L   306
      DE,
      PO:

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Jefersen Camel                58M                                              NJ
 Annie Camel                   45F                                              DE
 Frazier Camel                 17M                                              DE
 Annie Camel                   14F                                              DE
 Martha Camel                  12F                                              DE
 Henry Camel                   11M                                              DE
 Jefferson Camel                8M                                              DE
 Gilbert Camnel                 7M
DE
 Alvin Camel                    5M
DE
 MJar Camel                     2F                                              DE
 Jane Camel                    23m                                              DE

   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R9117 V    E    P142A     R115
      DE, Kent, Leipsic
      PO: Chew

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jefferson Campbell            M 68   Self       M  Hayman                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Ann Campbell                  F 59   Wife       M  Keeps House                                       DE          NJ          DE
 Gilbert Campbell              M 17   Son       S   Farm Hand                                        DE           RNJ         DE
 Albert Campbell               M 14   Son      S    Odd Jobs                                          DE
 Mollie Campbell               F 12   Dau                                                             DE
 Laura Campbell                F 10                                                                   DE

   dm 1896 Apr 27 DE, Kent, Leipsic
 with
   Fraziedr 10    Annie 10       Martha 10      Henry 10       Jefferson 10
   b              b1835          b              b              b
   Gilbert 10     Alvin 10       Mary 10        Laura Jane 10
   b              b              b              b

Peter Campbell _
   bm 1816 probable son of Oliver or Oliver's sibling.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   bf 1821 ___ __ in DE.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P57A L41 40/40.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, W^m Collins, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Peter Campbell             34M Sailor                 1200NJ
 Elizabeth   "              29                             DE
 John Moore                 24M Constable                  DE
 John O. Campbell            7M                            DE       S
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P182 1183
      DE, Kent Co., Duck Creek HD,
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Peter Campbell             45M                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R9117 V    E    P141C      24
      DE, Kent, Leipsic
      PO: Chew

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Peter Campbell                M 64   Self                                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell            F 60   Wife      M   RKeeping House                                    DE          DE          DE


Martha Campbell
   bf 1836
John Campbell
   bm 1842
William Campbell
   bm 1845
   bf 1836 NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P     P246  1848
      NJ, Camden, Newtown Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Martha Campbell            24F                            NJ
 John Campbell              18M                            NJ
 William Campbell           15M                            NJ


Westcoat Campbell 09
   bm 1816 Apr 08 to Oliver Campbell 98 et ux Sarah? 08 NJ, Cubm, Newport
   mf 1837 Jan 02 Mary Moore _.  DE_KCMR 1645-1899.
   bf 1837 Jan 25 in DE.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P34 L10.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.    -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Westcoat Campbell        /0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P58A L14 51/52.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Westcott Campbell          33M H. Carpenter               NJ
 Mary        "              32F                            PA
 Levicy      "              10F                            DE       S
 Adalaid     "               7F                            DE       S
 Henry       "               4M                            DE
 Rebecca     "               2F                            DE
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P27 L 184
      NJ, Camden, Camden City, Middle Ward
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Westcott Campbell          44M                            NJ
 .
 Westcott                    7M                            DE
   n. preceeding next door wife Cornelia (nee ?) Palmer maybe sister at 28Y
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R773  V    E    P229C 4700
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Westcott Campbell             M 64   Self       M  Carpenter                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary Campbell                 F 62   Wife       M  Keeping House                                     PA          DE          DE
 Mary Campbell                 F 20   Dau                                                             NJ
 Westcott Campbell             M 26   Son        M   Retail Grocer                                    DE          NJ          PA

      from PA.
   df 1904 Jun 05 at NJ, Glou., So., Westvile
   dm 1884 Sep 21 NJ, Glou., So. Westville
      1984 ep 21 at 68Y married, carpenter J. C in Cmdedn, Camden, NJ.
      FZ.O B06648-0
 with Mary (nee Moore 09) Campbell
   Levicy 10      Adelaid 10     Henry 10       Rebecca 10     Westcott 10
   b1840          b1843          b184607        b1848          b185312
   Mary K 10
   b1860-4

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John Campbell 09
   bm 1824 Jan 06 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Catharine
   bf 1826
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P184A L39  371/336.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 21, F. Devereux, Ass't Marshal..
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Campbell              26M Blksmith                400NJ
 Catherine Campbell         24F                            NJ
 Lewis B. Campbell           4F                            NJ
 Sarah E. Campbell           2F                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P42 328
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp..
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Camkpbell             36M                            NJ
 Catherine Campbell         34F                            NJ
 Lewis B Campbell           13M                            NJ
 Sarah Campbell             11F                            NJ
 Hellen Campbell             5F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P452B 2275
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John  Campbell                M 56   Self        W Blacksmith                                        NJ          NJ          NJ
 Elizabeth Kendall             F 55   Other                                                           NJ

   df 1879 Feb 07 at 53 white married in NJH, Cumberland Co., Milolville
      FS.O bfUWS Fbm US MbfUS
 with Catherine
   Lewis B 10     Sarah E 10     Helen 10
   b184605        b              b1855


Hannah Ogden Campbell 09
   bf 1826 Jan 15 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell

Ebenezer Davis Campbell 09
   bm 1828 Sep 06 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   dm 1832 May 09 at 4y, bur. Old Stone Chruch Cem.

Mary Sharp Campbell 09
   bf 1831 Sep 19 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   mm 1854 Mar 01 Thomas P. Clark 09 in Fairton. At the time of the wedding he
      was 24, resided in Bridgeton, and was a wheelright. NJ_CuCMR P117
      Cumberland Co. Marriages, Book H, P365
   bm ____ ___ __ James Clark 08 et ux Jane
   n. In 1850 she was the sole child who remained living with her parents.
   n. Sheppard, C., Campbell family file
      1850 US Census, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp., NJ, p. 164

Benjamin Franklin Campbell 09
   bm 1833 Jul 18 to James Campbell 08 et ux Hannah (nee Ogden 07) Campbell
   dm 1839 Apr 20 at 6Y. Bur.  Old Stone Chruch Cem.  "son of James & Hannah.
      Drowned."

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_ Campbell 10
   bf 182_ ___ __ to David Campbell 09 with Catherine (nee Downam 09) Campbell

Harriet W. Campbell 10
   bf 1826 Fb 10 to David Campbell 09 with Catherine (nee Downam 09) Campbell
   df 1863 May  2 NJ, Cumb. Co., Dividing Creek
      1863 May 22 at 31Y in NJ, Cumberoand Co., Dividing Ck., bf 1832 NJ,
      Cumberland /co., Newport  married  FN Dvid Campbell MN Catharine Campbell.
      FS.O  B07188-7.

Charles T. Campbell 10
   bm 1829 ___ __ to David Campbell 09 with Catherine (nee Downam 09) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann
   bf 1815
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R       L21   320
      NJ, Cummberland Co., Downe
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Campbell           21 M                           NJ
 Nancy Campbell             19F                            NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P156A L24 191/192.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Campbell           21M Labourer                360NJ
 Ann Campbell               35F                            NJ
 Andrew J. Campbell         4mM                            NJ
 George Townsend            10M                            NJ       S
 Joseph Townsend             3M                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P239D 169
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Dowsne
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Charles Campbell              M 51   Self       M  Fisherman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Ann Elizabeth Campbell        F 52   Wife       M  Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NUJ
 Carrie Bradford               F  1   GDau       SW                                                   NJ          NJ          NJ
 John Cheesman                 M 60             S   Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Thomas Cheesman               M 56             S   Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED129   P13A  317     maybe bad assoc.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., Dragston  .
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Charles Cmpbell       Head  WMJun1827 73M 45    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Ann E. Campbell       Wife  WFFeb1827 73M 45 2 2NJ     NJ     NJ
 Thomas Cheesman       BIL   WMDec1823 77W       NJ     NJ     NJ

   dm 1912 NJ, Cumberland Co., Newport

C. Campbell _
   bm 1851 to Charles Campbell in Upperalloways, Salem Co.,  NJ
   dm 1852 Aug 16 at 1Y in  Upperalloways, Salem Co.,  NJ
      FS.O  B07196-5

A. Campbell _
   bm 1848 to Charles Campbell in Upperalloways, Salem Co.,  NJ
   dm 1852 Aug 25 at 4Y in Upperalloways, Salem Co.,  NJ
      fs.o  B-7156-5.

Abigail Campbell _
   bf 1855 to Charles F. Campbell in  in Upperalloways, Salem Co.,  NJ
   df 1855 Jun 23 at 0Y  in Upperalloways, Salem Co.,  NJ
      FS.O B071r6




Abbie A. Campbell _
   bf
   mm 1877 Apr 12 Daniel Parker Lippincott _ NJ_GCMR P125
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED141
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville City, Ward 3.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 David P. Lippincott   Head            49        NJ
 Abigail A. LiuppincottWife  WFJan1853 47        NJ
 Rufus B. Lippincott   Son             21        NJ
 Edith C. Lippincott   Dau             15        NJ
 Reancis A. Campbell   FIL   WMJan1857 73        NJ     NJ     NJ


Nancy Campbell 10
   bf 1831 ___ __ to David Campbell 09 with Catherine (nee Downam 09) Campbell
      NJ, Cumb., Newport.
   df 1898 May 12 NJ, Cumb, Newport

Timothy Campbell 10
   bm 1835 Aug __ to David Campbell 09 with Catherine (nee Downam 09) Campbell
   mf 1856 Dec 06 Temperance K. Bradford _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   ld 1834 Feb __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1850 Jul 27 B_81 P_443
      Grantor: David Campbell
      Grantee: John Bradford
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P55  446
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Timothy Campbell           23M                            NJ
 Tempe K. Campbell          26F                            NJ
 Finett F. Campbell          2F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P2245A 1985
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Bridgeto
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Timothy Campbell              M 44   Self       M  Commission Merch.                                 NJ          NJ          NJ
 Tempy Campbell                F 46   Wife                                                            NJ
 Finettd Campbell              F 22   Dau        M  Millener                                          NJ          NJ          NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED120  P5A  109
      NJ, Cumberland o., Bridgeton City  Ward 3
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Timothy Campbelll     Head  WMAug1836 64M 43e   NJ     NJ     NJ
 Tempy K. Campbell     Wife  WFFeb1834 66M 43 1 1NJ     NJ     nj
 William A. Cheeseman  SIL    M        44
 Phinetta S. Cheeseman Dau   WFDec1857 43M 17 0 0NJ     NJ     NJ

   dm 1850

Firman Campbell 10
   bm 1841 Apr __ to David Campbell 09 with Catherine (nee Downam 09) Campbell
   mf 1868 Apr 05 Emma S. Stanford _. NJ_CuCMR P112 see Hiram.
   n. Furman Campbell - postmaster MRT  P15.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R776  V    E    P383A L 239
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Maurice River
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Firman L. Campbell            M 39   Self       M  General Store                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Emma L. Campbell              F 35              M                                                    NJ
 Eva L. Campbell               F  9                                                                   NJ
 Lizzie Reeves                 F 24                                                                   NJ
 Thomas Gillard                M 21                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED136    P2B  44
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Maurice River wp., Port Elizabeth
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Furman Campbell       Head  WMApr1841 59M 32    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Emma L. Campbell      Wife  WFSep1844 56M 32 2 1NJ     NJ     NJ
 Eva Campbell          Dau   WFJan1870 30S       NJ     NJ     NJ
 Albert Stanford       BIL   WMJan1835 65W       NJ     ENG    NJ
 Joseph L Stanford     BrotheWMNov1849 51        NJ     ENG    NJ
 Ellen Bartram         Aunt  WFDec1816 84W       ENG    ENG    ENG

   n. Emma L.  Campbell bf 1843 to ?David Campbell, Ann in Monsor
      df 1866 Sep 11 single femaleat Monsor, Gloucestyert nj   (M
 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 David Campbell                M 32   Self       M  Sailor                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Fannie Campbell               F 26   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Annie Campbell                F  8   Dau                                                             NJ
 May Campbell                  F  6   Dau                                                             NJ
 Oscar Campbell                M  3   Son                                                             NJ
^[(s3t12

H Campbell


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Abigail B. Campbell 10
   bf 1816 May 15 to William Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Huse 09) Campbell at
      Dividing Creek
   mm<1835 ___ __ William Pogue 10
   bm~1815 ___ __ to _ Pogue 09 et ux Sarah (nee _ 09) Pogue in Salem Co., NJ
   df 1851 Nov 03 at 35 in Dividing Creek of "bilious fever."  Her return of
      death lists her parents as "Wm & Sarah Camill," although names of
      William's wives were Mary and Althea.
   dm 1865 Oct 17 in Bridgeton, NJ of "brain fever."
   n. He and his small family were living in Millville Township in 1840 where
      he was employed, according to the census, in manufacturing and trade.
      By 1850 he was a blacksmith in the Dividing Creek area and his widowed
      mother was living with the family.  Sometime after Abigail's death
   df 1851 Nov 03
   n. in 1851, he moved to Bridgeton and less than a decade later he was
      described as a Tin Manufacturer with real estate valued at over $100,000.
      Elisa POGUE  df >Oct. 1865 mm William B. Stratton
      William POGUE, Jr.  bm 1841/2  dm >Oct. 1865  Tin apprentice
      Sarah POGUE  bf 1846/7  df >Oct. 1865
   n. By 1858 he had a second wife, Martha.  Child of William and Martha Pogue
      Albert M. Pogue  b. 1858
   n. Sheppard, C., Bible record cited Campbell family sheets, Vineland
         Historical Society, Vineland, NJ
      Births, Deaths, Marriages, Cumberland Co. Book H, pp. 564, 702
      1840 US Census, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp., NJ, p. 7
      1850 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., NJ, p. 123
      1860 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., NJ, p. 399
      Orphans' Court Petition, Surrogates Office, Cumb. Co. Courthouse
         [by Charles Campbell]
 with William Pogue 10
   Elisa 11       William 11     Sarah
   b1835          b1841          b1846

Sophia Campbell 10
   bf 1818 Nov 26 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09)
      Campbell
   mm<1840 ___ __ Garner H. Sloan 10
   bm 1815 Jan 29 to Samuel Sloan 09 et ux Rachel presumably.
   n. In 1850 he was a postmaster while a decade later he was listed
      as a farmer. Census ages appear very wrong, see Lucy Campbell.
   dm 1878 Feb 06
   df 1893 Mar 05 and is buried next to him in the Dividing Creek Methodist
      Cemetery.  There are two small graves, inscribed G. D. S. and E. S., next
      to those of Sophia and Garner, presumably their children who did not
      survive to adulthood.
   n. Bible record cited in Sheppard family sheets, Vineland Historical
         Society, Vineland, NJ
      Tombstones, Dividing Creek Methodist Cemetery
      1850 US Census, Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ p. 132
 with Garner H. Sloan 10
   G D S 11       E S 11

Charles D. Campbell 10
   bm 1821 Jun 26 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriet W. Campbell 10
   bf 1826 Feb 10 to David Campbell 09 et ux Catherine in Newport.  He was
      Sheriff.  He (1804-1861) and his wife Catherine (1802-1887).
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P124A L22  296/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Campbell           28M Farmer                     NJ
 Harriet Campbell           24F                            NJ
 Amanda Campbell             3F                            NJ
 David Campbell              2M                            NJ
 Sheppard Campbell          5mM                            NJ
      1860 US Census, Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ p. 45
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P45  370
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Chas. D. Campbell          39M                            NJ
 Harriet W. Campbell        30F                            NJ
 Amanda C. Campbell         14Y                            NJ
 David Campbell             11M                            NJ
 Rhoda Campbell              7F                            NJ
 Wilson Campbell             3M                            NJ
 Phebe Campbedll             1F                            NJ
   df 1863 May 23 at 37y in Dividing Creek of consumption.
   n. In 1865 Charles was working as a oysterman.
   mf 1865 Jan 06 Deborah (nee Lore 10) Robbins, widow.
      Charles P. Campbell _ mf 1864 Dec 23 Deborah Robbins. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Lore 09 of Newport.
   dm 1895 Jun 03 He lived in Newport and is buried with his first wife and her
      parents in the Newport Methodist Cemetery.
   n. Bible record, Sheppard family sheets, Vineland Historical Society,
         Vineland, NJ
      Tombstones, Newport Methodist Cemetery (Baker Cemetery Book)
      Cumb. Co. Marriages and Deaths, Book H, pp. 483, 660, 690
      1880 US Census, Cumberland Co.,  [shows married+kids]
 with Harriet W. (nee Campbell 10) Campbell
   Amanda C 11    David 11       Sheppard 11    Rhoda 11       Wilson 11
   b1846          b1848          b185004        b1853          b1857
   Phebe W 11
   b18590527

Phebe L. Campbell 10
   bf 1824 Oct 15 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09)
      Campbell in Dividing Creek.
   mm<1847 ___ __ William Wilson 10
   n. They lived in Millville Township for their first few years together.  By
      1860 they had moved to Camden.
   df 1866 May 05 of "dropsey."
   n. Martha bf in Downe Twp.  df 1853 Feb 06 at Millville of convulsions
      Rebecca  df 1866 May 05 in Camden
      Elizabeth df 1866 May 05 in Camden
   n. Bible record, Sheppard family sheets, Vineland Hist. Soc.,
         Vineland, NJ
      1850 US Census, Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ p. 152
      Cumberland Co. Marriage, Death records, Book H, p. 723
 with William Wilson 10
   Martha M 11    Rebecca 11     Elizabeth 11
   b1847          b1860          b1860

William F. Campbell 10
   bm 1827 Jan 21 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Deborah _ _
   bf 1826 Jan
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Oct 06 B_89 P_324
      Grantor: Garner H. Sloan et ux
      Grantee: William F. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Dec 18 B_89 P_506
      Grantor: William F. Campbell
      Grantee: Phineas Sutton
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    PR246A 843
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 William Campbell              M 56   Self       M  Blacksmith                                        NJ          NJ          NJ
 Deborah Cambpbell             F 50   Wife      M                                                     NJ
 Althea Campbell               F 15   Dau                                                             NJ
 Maud Campbell                 F  2   GDau                                                            NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R      ED129
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.,  Dragston8
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 William Campbell      Head  WMJan1823 77M 50    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Deborah Campbell      Wife  WFJan1826 74M 50 4 4Nj     NJ     NJ
 Robbert.L  Campbsll   Son    MMar1861 39        NJ

   wm Campbell, William F. 1918-1919   New Castle County  DPR

Althea Campbell 10
   bf 1829 May 22 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mm 1852 Jun 23 John Stratton Reeves _ NJ_CuCMR P190/255
   bm 1830 ___ __ to Nathaniel Reeves _ et ux Jane
   n. lived in Millville for a couple of decades.
      In 1850 she lived in Millville Township with the family of Asbury CHESTER,
      apparently taking care of his two daughters.  Two doors away her sister,
      Phebe (Campbell) WILSON, was in residence.  Althea likely met John
      Stratton REEVES while living with the Chesters.
   n. he grew up in Millville Township.
   n. In the 1840 census his family is listed next to that of William Squarewood
      whose great grandaughter married Samuel Campbell.
   n. Bible record, Sheppard family sheets, Vineland Hist. Soc., Vineland, NJ
      Cumb. Co. Marriages Book B., p. 113
      1840 US Census, Cumberland Co. Millville Twp.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P152B L23  276/276.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug __, Reuben Willets, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Asbury Chester             45M Carpenter                  NJ
 Elizabeth Chester           8F                            NJ       S
 Lavina Chester              6F                            NJ       S
 Alphea Camel               21F                            NJ
      1880 US Census, Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 408
      1900 US Census, Commercial Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 213
      1910 US Census, Commercial Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 240

Jacob Beakley Campbell 10
   bm 1831 Jun 23 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1858 Feb 28 Hannah A. Sheppard 10 at Haleyville, NJ.
   bf 1834 Feb 03 to Abner Sheppard 09 et ux Hannah (nee Blizzard 09) Sheppard
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P46 374
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jacob Campbell             29M                            NJ
 Hannah A. Campbell         26F                            NJ
 Arabella Campbell           0F                            NJ
   n. In 1860 Jacob was farming in Downe Township.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P253D 1555
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jacob Campbell                M 48   Self       M  Farming                                           NJ          NJ          NJ
 Hnnah A. Campbell             F 45              M                                                    NJ
 George D. Campbell            G 15                                                                   NJ
 Herbert L. Campbell           F  8                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED129  P19A 483
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Doiwne Twp., Dragston
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Jack Campbell         Head  WMJun1831 69M 42    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Hannah Cmpbell        Wife  WFFeb1834 66M 42 4 2NJ     NJ     NJ
 Hirburt Campbell      Son             27M       NJ
 Lucy Campbell         DIL   WFApr1878 22m  1 1 0NJ     NJ     NJ

   df 1927 Nov 05
   dm 1912 Dec 25 at 81y. He and his wife are buried together in the Dividing
      Creek Methodist Cemetery.
   n. Sheppard, C., Campbell file, Vineland Hist. Soc., Vineland, NJ
      Baker,  Tombstone Inscription Book, Vineland Hist. Soc.
      1880 US Census, Cumberland Co., p. 254 [kids]
 with Hannah (nee Sheppard 10) Campbell
   Arabella 11    Ellen Dare 11  George D 11    Herbert L
   b1860          b186201        b1865          b1872

Anna B. Campbell _
   bf 1850 ___ __ to Jacob Campbell in dividing Ck., Cumberland Co., NJ.
   df 1860 XZep 29 at 1Y in Dividing Creek, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      FS.O  B071888-8  FN Jacob Campbell.

Mary H. Campbell 10
   bf 1834 May 03 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mm 1852 Jul 03 John Loper 10
   n. They lived in Millville. Son's bd from bible, day unsure.
 with John Loper 10
   William L? 11
   b18550422

Daniel Berkley Campbell 10
   bm 1837 Mar 29 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1857 Jul 14 Elizabeth Bass 10 maybe on 04th.  The marriage was performed
      in Newport by Minister William Bacon.  NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf 1837 Nov __ to Samuel Bass 09 et ux Elizabeth (nee Stites 09) Bass
      who lived about midway on the road from Turkey Point to Newport.
   n. Bible records cited in Sheppard's Campbell family file, Vineland Hist.
         Soc., Vineland NJ
      Bridgeton Evening News, 4 and 6 Nov. 1908 issues [Death notice of Daniel]
      Tombstone, Dividing Creek Methodist Cemetery
      Cumb. Co. Marriages Book B, p. ...........
      NJ Births, Marriages, & Deaths of Cumb. Co., Book H, pp. 159,259,298,405
         [kids births, marriage]
      1850 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., NJ, p. 125
      1860 US Census, Cumberland Co.
      C&S, p. 634 [Millville description]
      1870 US Census, Cumb. Co., Downe Twp., NJ, p. 70
   n.. b. Allie ?Campbell b. 1871  to Daniel Campbell and /elizabeth Campbell
      in Millville.
      d. 1871 Dec 19 at 0Y in  Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      FS.O B06575-3 FN MN as above.
      1885 NJ Census
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P408 L 2494
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Daniel Campbell               M 42   Self       M  Box Maker                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell            F 40   Wife       M                                                    NJ          NJ          NJ
 Samuel FCampbell              M 19   Son                                                             NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lizzie Campbell               F 15   Dau                                                             NJ
 Phoebe Campbell               F 13   Dau                                                             NJ
 Harrie Campbell               M m 8  Son                                                             NJ
 Mulford Campbell              M  2   Son                                                             NJ

      Family photos in possession of Dana S. Fekel [Silver wedding anniv.]
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R       129   P4A  97
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.,  Dragston8
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Daniel Campbell       Head  WMMar1837 63M 42    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Elizabeth Campbll     Wife  WFNov1837 63M 42 4 4Nj     NJ     NJ

   dm 1908 Nov 03 buried with his wife in the Dividing Creek Methodist Cemetery.
   df 1927 ___ __ at 90y.
   n. Alice W. Campbell said that after Daniel died, Bessy used to consider
      it a vacation to visit her grandson Asbury in Auburn, NJ.  Bessy would
      use the tablecloth as a napkin and wipe her mouth with it!
        In 1850 Daniel, a teenager, was living at home and going to school. When
      he married at age 20, he was living at Turkey Point, a suburb of the
      village of Dividing Creek, and working as a farmer, presumably on the
      family farm.  He remained in the Dividing Creek environs through 1867
      although he and his young family are missing from the 1860 US Census of
      Cumberland Co.  During that time he worked as a waterman.  By 1870 he had
      moved to Newport and was working as a stone mason.
         Ten years later Daniel and Elizabeth and their 5 youngest children
      were living on Main Street in Millville.  The city may have been an
      attractive place for employment since it had grown from a population of
      roughly 1600 in 1850 to about 7200 in 1880.  Major industries in Millville
      included glassworks begun in the 1830s and a cotton mill erected in the
      early 1850s.  Daniel and his son Samuel were employed as boxmakers.
      The family remained in Millville through 1885.
      By the turn of the century Daniel and his wife had returned to rural
      environs and were living on Church Street in the village of Dividing
      Creek.
         Their silver wedding anniversary, 1907 Jul 04 was a great celebration
      with a host of relatives attending.  A number of pictures were taken to
      commemorate the occasion with the American flag prominently visible in
      several.  Daniel may have been in failing health for several months
      before his death 1908 Nov 03.  About a month earlier, 1908 Oct 08
      he had transferred land to one of his sons.  After her husband's death,
      Elizabeth lived with her youngest son, Mulford, and his family.  He
      was postmaster in Dividing Creek, affording Elizabeth the opportunity to
      work as a clerk in the post office.
 with Elizabeth (nee Bass 10) Campbell
   Willis D 11    Samuel 11      Elizabeth 11   Phebe 11       Allie 11
   b185704        b18610322      b18641226      b18670324      b1871
   Harry 11       Mulford 11
   b1874          b18780724

Martha Jane Campbell 10
   bf 1839 May 31 to William Campbell 09 et ux Althea A. (nee Smith 09) Campbell
      in Newport, Cumberland Co.,  NJ.
   mm 1860 Aug 04 Mahlon H. Orr 10.  NJ_CuCMR P181.
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Orr 09 et ux Lorinda. He (1810-  ) and Lorinda
      (1811- 1874 Mar 16) of Downe Twp.  Her mother is buried in the Dividing
      Creek Baptist Cemetery.
   n. Mahlon was a farmer and the family stayed in the Dividing Creek area at
      least until 1880.
   n. Bible record, Sheppard family sheets, Vineland Hist. Soc., Vineland, NJ
      1850 US Census, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., NJ, p. 125
      1880 US Census, Cumb. Co., Downe Twp., p. 250 rt
   df 1862 Apr 14 at 23Yed rin Newport, Cumberland Co., NJ
      FS.O B07188-8
 with Mahlon H. Orr 10
   Althea 11
   b1856

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Oliver Campbell 10
   bm 1816 Oct 16 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1839 Sep 07 Sarah Ann Turner 10. NJ_CuCMR P112 (B_B P13).
   bf 1821
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P70 L .
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Oliver Campbell          /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Oliver)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Sarah)__________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   df 1841 May 05 Sarah Ann Campbell at 20Y w/o Oliver and interred Dividing
      Creek Baptist Cemetery.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Bradford 10 whitaker a  widow of Carll Whitaker mf 1827
      May 16 Mary Bradford.  1827 May 19 Washington Whig - see Whitaker file.
      2006/08/05 RWC.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P128B L40  372/372.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Oliver Campbell            40M Farmer                     NJ
 Mary Campbell              41F                            NJ
 Mary Whitecar    <-?->     16F                            NJ
 Sarah Campbell              8F                            NJ
 Rhoda Campbell              5F                            NJ
 Alpeo Campbell              1F                            NJ
 Ebenezer Whitecar          18M                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P74 560
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Oliver Campbell            44M                            NJ
 Mary Campbell              51F                            NJ
 Sallie Campbell            17F                            NJ
 Rhoda Campbell             15F                            NJ
 Alfred Campbell            10M                            NJ
 Lydia Campbell              9F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P269C 2964
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Oliver Campbell               M 63   Self       N  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary Campbell                 F  72  Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Eliizabethy Bow               F  27  Other                                                           NJ
 Ephraim Pine                  M  18  Other                                                           NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED129  P18A 456
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.,  Dragston8
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Oliver Campbell       Head  WMOct1816 84M 20    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Larsen Campbell       Wife  WFJan1834 66M 20 0 0PA     PA     PA

   dm 1903 May 26 h/o Sarah bur Dividing Ck Bapt. Cem.
 with Sarah (nee Turner _)
   f 11           m 11           f 11
   b              b              b
 with Mary (nee _ 10) Whitaker Campbell
   Sara J 11       Rhoda D 11      Alfred M 11     Lydia F 12
   b18421109       b18450211 9     b18490803       b18510308

Jonathan Campbell 10
   bm 1818 Sep 14 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   n. Tenuous 1850 association.  2009/11/21 RWC75.  May go to Middlesex family.
   n. 2009/11/24 confirmation from Frank F. in providing similar association
      from Chas. E. Shepard's statement that Jonathan is married with 2 sons
      and living in New Brunswick.  More evidence would lessen the debate.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R455 P274B L7 590/704.
      NJ, Middlesex Co., N. Brunswick Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 12, Asa Pyatt, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jonathan Campbell          32M Waterman               1200PA
 Sarah Herrick              47F                            NJ
 Catherine Campbell         30F                            NJ
 Marlin                     10M                            NJ       S
 Caroline                    7F                            NJ       S
 Jenefre?                    2F                            NJ
 James Kent                 20M Mason                      NJ
 Rachel Herrick             18F                            NJ
 another line?
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P150 L10 1005/1102   20091122 MSS.
      NJ, Middlesex Co., New Brunswick Twp.
      PO: New Brunswick, 1860 Jul 10 Dr. J. Jeffries, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jonathan Campbell          42MWCapt. Schooner   2000  1500NJ
 Catharine A.  "            41F"                           NJ
 Martin      "              20F"Works in Printing? Office  NJ
 Teressa    "               12F"                           NJ       S
 William   "                 9M"                           NJ       S
 Richard   "                 7""                           NJ       S
 Eleanor Herrick            63F"                           NJ

Smith Campbell 10
   bm 1820 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1843 Feb 27 Elizabeth Sheppard 10. NJ_CuCMR P112.
      Craig, H. S., Cumb. Co. Marriages, p. 113
   bf 1825
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P129B  L9   385/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 24, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Smith Campbell             30M Mariner                    NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell         25F                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell          3F                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P78 626
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Smith Campbell             40M                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell         35F                            NJ
 Cyntha Campbell            10M                            NJ
 Smith Campbell              4M                            NJ
 Clement Campbell            1M                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P260A 2105
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Cedarville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Smith Campbll                 M 54   Self       M  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell            F 50   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Edward Sheppard               M 10   GSon                                                            NJ

   dm 1891 Dec 24 Christmas Eve. and bur. Newport Meth. Church Graveyard.
 with Elizabeth
   Elizabeth 11   Cyntha 11      Smith 11       Clement 11
   b1847          b1850          b1856          b1859

Isaac Campbell 10
   bm 1822 Mar 30 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1845 Mar 05 Cynthea E. Sheppard 10.  NJ_CuCMR P112  Craig, H. S.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P240B L16  392/413.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Cohansey Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Isaac Campbell             28M                            NJ
 Cynthia Campbell           20F                            NJ
 Cornelia Campbell           4F                            NJ
 Marmaduke Garrison         27M Farmer                     NJ
 Elizabeth Garrison         22F                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P75 601
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Isaac Campbell             38M                            NJ
 Cyntha Campbdll            30F                            NJ
 Cornelia Campbell          14F                            NJ
 Marey E. Campbdll           9F                            NJ
 Caroline Campbell           7F                            NJ
 Eva Campbell                2F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P245C 707
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Isaac Campbell                M 58   Self       M  oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Cynthia Campbell              F 58              M  Oystermanb                                        NU
 Eva Campbell                  F 22                                                                   NJ
 Sheppard Campbell             M 15                                                                   NJ

   dm 1913 Jun 20 at 91y. bur. Newport Meth.

Edmund Campbell 10
   bm 1823 May 27 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1845 Nov 15 Sarah Pashley 10. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf 1817 Apr 17
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P134A L21 469/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Edmund Campbell            31M Farmer                     NJ
 Sarah    "                 33F                            NJ
 Lewis    "                  4M                            NJ
 Frederic "                  1M                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R  P34  271
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Edwin Campbell             34M                            NJ
 Sarah Campbell             43F                            NU
 Lewis Campbedll            13M                            NJ
 Ruth Campbell               9F                            NJ
 Smith Campbell              4M                            NJ
 James Campbell              1M                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P2352B 1415
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Edward Campbell               M 56   Self       M  Farming                                           NJ          nj          nj
 Sarah Campbell                F 63                                                                   NJ
 Hattie Campbell               F 12                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED129    P5B  133
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.,  Dragston8
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Edmond Campbedl;l     Head  WMMay1823 77M 53    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Sallie Campbdll       Wife  WFApr1817 83M 53 6 3NJ     NJ     NJ

   df 1901 May 26
   dm 1907 Mar 12 Both are buried in Dividing Creek Methodist Cemetery.  Two
      of their young children however are buried in Dividing Creek Baptist
      Cemetery.
 with Sarah
   Lewis 11       Frederick 11   Ruth 11        Elizabetyh 11  Smith 11
   b1847          b1849          b851           b1853          b1854
   James 11       Elizabeth 11   Hattie 11
   b1859          b1868          b

Aaron Dayton Campbell 10
   bm 1826 May 06 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Jane Joslin 10,  Craig, H. S., NJ_CuCMR P112
   bf 1826
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P129B  L12  386/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 25, Reuben Willets, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Aron Campbell              25M Mariner                    NJ
 Jane Campbell              20F                            NJ
 Aron Campbell               3M                            NJ
 Jane Campbell               2M                            NJ
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1853 Nov 06 B_84 P208
      Grantor: Ethan P. Riley et ux
      Grantee: Aaron Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   df 1856 Oct 24
   mf 1857 Apr 04 Anna Moriah Joslin 10 NJ_CuCMR P112
   bf 1838 Sep 15 in NJ . Other source gives 1839.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P75  607
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Aaron Campbell             34M                            NJ
 Ann M. Campbdll            21F                            NJ
 Dayton M. Campbell         14M                            NJ
 Emma J. Campbell           11F                            NJ
 John Z. A. Campbell         8M                            NJ
 Maredy A. Campbell          5F                            NJ
 Lida Campbll                3F                            NJ
 Lovisa Campbell             0F                            NJ
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Mar 06 B_100 P204
      Grantor: Daniel Lore, Jr. et ux
      Grantee: Aaron Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18  no date B_100 P377
      Grantor: Aaron Campbell & Hannah M. Campbell
      Grantee: Rhoda Dowman
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Feb 22 B_112 P67
      Grantor: Aaron Campbell
      Grantee: Mary Parvin
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Mar 26 B_117 P104
      Grantor: Aaron Campbell
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Mar 28 B_117 P104
      Grantor: Aaron Campbell
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1870 Feb 15 B_124 P132
      Grantor: Richard D. Bateman
      Grantee: Thomas Campbell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P216C 4596
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Aaron Campbell                M 52   Self       M  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Annie M. Campbell             F 40   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Mirtie L. Campbell            F 12   Dau                                                             NJ
 Carrie M. Campbell            F  9   Dau                                                             NJ
 Jonathan M Campbell           M  6   Son                                                             NJ
 Annie M. Campbell             F  0   Dau                                                             NJ

   dm 1900 Apr 14 bur. Newport Meth.
   df 1915 Mar 14
 with Elizabeth Jane (nee Joslin 10) Campbell
   Dayton M 11
   b184604
 with Anna Moriah (nee Joslin 10) Campbell
   Anna 11        Robert 11
   b              b1862          b              b              b

Franklin Campbell 10
   bm 1827 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriet Bateman 10
   bf 1828 Nov __ to
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P236 L8   71/77.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Cohansey Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Franklin Campell           22M Labourer                   NJ
 Harriet Campbell           22F                            NJ
   n. bf 1857 Apr 03 at NJ, Cumberland Co., Newport to Frank Campbell
      FS.O B07188-9 ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1864 Apr 14 B_102 P465
      Grantor: William Walten et ux
      Grantee: Franklin Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P76 609
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Frankliun Campbell         33M                            NU
 Harriet Campbell           32F                            NJ
 Willim F. Campbell          9M                            NJ
 Lewis Campbell              5M                            NJ
 Elanor Campbell             3F                            NJ
 Howard Campbell             0M                            NJ
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Dec 25 B_130 P519
      Grantor: Franklin Campbell
      Grantee: Peter Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P160C 5509
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Bridgeton
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Franklin Cammpbell            M 52   Self       N  Sailor                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Harriet Campbell              F 51   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Harry B. Campbell             M 18   Son                                                             NJ
 Morton M. Campbell            M 14   Son                                                             NJ
 Hattie B. Campbell            F 10   Dau                                                             NJ

   dm 1888 May 04 He is buried in Newport Methodist Cemtery. He married Harriet?
 with Harriet (nee Bateman 10) Campbell had 4 sons 3 daughters.
   Henry B 11     Morton 11      Harriet W 11   Lewis M 11     Gertrude B 11
   b              b186702        b              b1855          b

Mary Campbell _
   bfm 1856 ___ __ to Frankln Campbell in Millville, Cumbeland Co., NJ
   df 1860 Sep 24 at 4Y in Newport, CumberlandCo., NJ.
      FS.O B07188-8 FN Franklin

Beulah Campbell 10
   bf 1832 Mar 17 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mm 1852 Sep 22 William Rice 10 NJ_CuCMR P191
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Rice 09
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1865 Mar 19 B_105 P115
      Grantor: William Rice, Jr.
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
 with William Rice 10

Lucy Campbell 10
   bf 1836 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P132B L6   435/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Garner Sloan                61M PostMaster             1000NJ
 Sophia Sloan               50F                            NJ
 Lucy Campbell              11F                            NJ       S


Archibald Campbell 10
   bm 1838 Jul 22 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1861 Mar 02 Martha J. Bradford 10. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf
   mf 1863 Nov 14 Rachel Garrison 10. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf 1846 Nov
   n. bf 1765 Mar 19 to Archibald Campbell and Rachel Campbell at NJ ,
      Cumberland Co., Neport
      FS.O B07188-7.  SFN 493711  RN vHp080
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P243D 580
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Archibald Campbell            M 40   Self       M  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          nj
 Rachel Campbell               F 33   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Stephen Campbell              M 18   Son                                                             NJ
 Winfield Campbell             M 12   Son                                                             NJ
 Clifford Cammpbell            M  7   Son                                                             NJ
 Ida P. Campbell               F  6   Dau                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED125   P9B           212
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Commercial Twp., Port Norris
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Archibald Campbell    Head  WMJul1857 43M 37    NJ
 Rachael Campbell      Wife  WFNov1846 54M 37 7 5NJ     NJ     nj


James Campbell 10
   bm 1840 Feb 27 to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
      in Newport, NJ.
   mf 1861 Mar 02 Martha C. Lore 10
   n. Biographical Review ............ , p. 543
      According to the Biographical Review, he had limited schooling
      and used the Bible to teach himself to read.  The 1850 census shows
      that he was still in school at the age of 10.  By the age of 12 he
      was a cook aboard a seagoing vessel and at a relatively young
      age became an oyster-boat captain.  In his 40s he ended his
      seafaring life and became an oyster shipper in Bivalve.  A decade or
      so later he was part owner of several boats and was engaged in oyster
      planting and shipping with his son, Allington B., under the firm
      named James Campbell & Son.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P242B 455
      NJ, Caumberland Co.,  Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 James Campbell                M 45   Self       M  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mrtha Campbell                F 30   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Wilson Campbell               M 27   Son                                                             NJ
 Lorell Campbell               F 15   Dau                                                             NJ
 Addie Campbell                F 13   Dau                                                             NJ
 Allie Campbell                F 11   Dau                                                             NJ
 Philip Campbell               M  9   Son                                                             NJ
 Robert Campbell               M  m   Son                                                             NJ
 Heber Campbell                M  4   Son                                                             NJ
Self

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R  ED120    P15A 368
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.,  Dragston8
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 James Campbelol       Head  WMFeb1842 58M 20    NJ
 Martha Cammpbell      Wife  WFSep1845 55M 201111NJ     NJ     NJ
 Rhoda Campbell        Dau   WF        21        NJ
 Florence Campbell     Dau             9         NU
 James Cammpbell       Son             17        NJ

   d. See Bateman cemetery, Newport, NJ.
 with Martha C. (nee Lore 10) Campbell
   Warrington 11  James 11       Allington B 11
   b1861          b18621218      b

Peter Campbell -
 with Fanny
   Unknown
   b18611998 in Newport,  Cumberland Co., NJ.

Peter Campbell -
 with Fanny
   Unknown
   b18611998 in Newport,  Cumberland Co., NJ.  FS.O I09327-8

Peter Campbell 10
   bm 1843 Jan __ to Archibald Campbell 09 et ux Lovisa (nee Smith 09) Campbell
   mf 1865 ___ __ Martha
   bf 1847
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P242A L  443
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Peter Campbell                M 36   Self                                                            NJ
 Martha Campbell               F 33   Wife                                                            NJ
 George Campbell               M 12   Son                                                             NJ
 Cora Campbell                 F 10   Dau                                                             NJ
 Mattie Campbell               F  6   Dau                                                             NJ
 Frank Campbell                M  4   Son                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED129   P14B  355
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., Dragston  .
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Peter Campbell        Head  WMJan1843 57M 35    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Martha Campbell       Wife  WFMar1846 54M 35 6 6NJ     NJ     NJ
 Rachel B. Campbell    Dau    F        19        NJ
 Harry O. Campbell     Son    M        17        NJ


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Sarah Campbell 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell
   mm 1850 Jun 30 John S. Trout _. NJ_CuCMR P214.

Elizabeth Campbell 10
   bf 1827 ___ __ to John Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell
   mm 1848 Oct 05 Nathaniel S. Bateman 10. NJ_CuCMR P101.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P124A L8  293/_.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Nathaniel S. Bateman       25M Laborer                    NJ
 Elizabeth Bateman          21F                            NJ
 Joseph Bateman              2F                            NJ
   dm 1893 Jun 09 and interred Old Burying Ground, First Presbyterian Church,
      1829 Jan 29
   df Mary, wife of N. S. aged 65  need previous page.
      and interred Old Burying Ground, First Presbyterian Church,
      Cedarville, NJ.

Hannah Campbell 10
   bf 1832 ___ __ to John Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell. FF.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P224 L15  67/70.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Deerfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Chrles Ware                26M Farmer                     NJ
 Mary J. Ware               25                             NJ
 Evaline Ware                                              NJ
 Robert Ware                28M                            NJ
 Hannah Camel               19F                            NJ
 Charles Fillis             17M Farm Hand                  NJ
 Horace Loper               12M                            NJ       S
 Peter Gladden              16M                            NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432  R446 P    L17  294
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Hannah Campbell            19F                            NJ
   mm 1854 Jul 16 Daniel Haley 10. NJ_Cu. BMD_BH P374.  Charles Sheppard papers.
   mm 1861 Mar 11 Henry Veal 10.

John Campbell 10
   bm 1833 Jul __ to John Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell
   mf 1856 Oct 25 Caroline Lore 10. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf 1839
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R  P45 363
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John  Campbell             27M                            NJ
 Caroline Cmpbell           21F                            NJ
 Nathaniel Cmpbell           3M                            NJ
 Richard Campbell            0M                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    PR252 1383
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Campbell                 M 46   Self       M  Keeping Hotell                                    NJ          NJ          NJ
 Caroline Campbell             F 40   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Mortimore Campbell            M 17   Son                                                             NJ
 LizazieB. Campbell            F 12   Dau                                                             NJ
 James Loper                   M 66   Other                                                           NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED129   P8A     195
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., Dragston
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 John Campbell         Head  WMJul1833 67M 13    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Benjamin Campbell     Son   WM        11        NJ
 Dean Campbell         Son   WM         9        NJ

 with Caroline
   Nathaniel 11   Richard 11     Mortimer 11    Mary 11        Lizzie B 11
   b1857          b1860          b1863          b1864          b1868
   Benjamin 11    Dean 11
   b1889          b891



Thomas Campbell 10
   bm 1839 Apr __ to John Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell
   mf 1862 Aug 10 Elizabeth Shaw 10 . NJ_CuCM P113 CCR BB.
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P254B 1645
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Thomas Campbell               M 41   Self       N  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Betsey Campbell               F 37   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Rhoda Campbell                F 14                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED129  P6A  146
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.,  Dragston8
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Thomas B. Campbell    Head  WMApr1839 61M 38    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Betsy Campbell        Wife  WFApr1844 56M 38 2 1NJ     NJ     NJ
 Olin Campbell         Gson  WM        10        NJ

   df ____ ___ __ at 79Y w/o Thomas bur. Div. Ck. Bapt.
   dm 1922 ___ __ h/o Elizabeth buried in Dividing Creek Baptist Cemetery.
 with Elizabeth
   Anna 11        Rhoda 11
   b1864          b1866          b              b              b

Henry Campbell 10
   bm 1842 Jun __ to John Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Lucy _ 10
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P249C 1085
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Henry Campbell                M 38   Self       M  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lucy Campbell                 F 34   Wife       M                                                    NJ          NJ          NJ
 Howard Campbell               M 12                                                                   NJ
 Zella Campbell                F  6                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R  ED129   P5A   124
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.,  Dragston8
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Henry Campbell        Head  WMJun1842 58M  32   NJ     NJ     NJ
 Lucy Campbell         Wife  WFOct1846 54M 32 3 2NJ     NJ     NJ
 Etta Cammpbell        Dau   WFNov1883 17S       NJ     NJ     NJ

   df ____ ___ __ buried in Dividing Creek Methodist Cemetery.
   dm 1920 ___ __ bur. Div. Ck. Methodist


Benjamin Campbell 10
   bm 1845 Apr 07 to John Campbell 09 et ux Mary (nee Gandy 09) Campbell
   mf 1869 Dec 09 Elizabeth C. Robbins _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P216C 4596
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Commercial
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Benjamin Campbell             M 35   Self       M  Clerk in Grocery                                  NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lizzie Campbell               F 28   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Mary A. Campbell              F 10   Dau                                                             NJ
 Ida Campbell                  F  3   Dau                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED125   P20A    486
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Commercial Twp., Port Norris
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Benjamin Campbell     Head  WMApr1845 55M 33    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell    Wife  WFFeb1851 49M 33 2 2NJ     NJ     nj
 Mary A. Campbell      Dau   WFMay1871 29S       NJ

   dm 1900 Dec 01 bur. Pt. Norris Meth.
 With
   Mary A _
   b1871

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Harriat A. Campbell 10
   bf 1838 Apr 17 to Thomas Campbell 09 with Maria T. (nee Bateman 09) Campbell
   df 1839 Jul 31 bur. in Old Stone Church cemetery

Abigail L. Campbell 10
   bf 1844 Sep 24 to Thomas Campbell 09 with Maria T. (nee Bateman 09) Campbell
   df 1845 Aug 20 bur. in Old Stone Church cemetery

Benjamin T. Campbell 10
   bm 1848 Sep 15 to Thomas Campbell 09 with Maria T. (nee Bateman 09) Campbell
   dm 1850 Jul 24 bur. in Old Stone Church cemetery

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Charles Frederic Campbell 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 09 et ux Adeline (nee Ogden 09) Campbell
   dm 1856 May 10 at age of 6 weeks  buried Old Stone Church Cem.


Benjamin F. Campbell 10
   bm 1849 Feb __ to Charles Campbell 09 et ux Matilda
      Campbell, Benj. F. - Feb 1849 in Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Son of Charles & Matilda O. Campbell
      (Birth Records of Cumberland Co., NJ, Vol. H2 1848-1867, p. 2) NOTE:
      Record did not list day of birth.
   dm possibly at birth or shortly thereafter and interred beside Matilda O. and
      Sarah Preston at Central UMC, Bridgeton, NJ. Sarah possibly  grandmother.

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William H. Campbell 10
   bm 1846 ___ __ to James Campbell 09 et ux Mary Ann (nee _ 09) Campbell
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P280A 4078
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Fairfield
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 William Campbell              M 33   Self       N  Blacksmith                                        NJ          NJ          NJ
 Emily D. Campbell             F 29   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Samuel BN. Campbell           M  9   Son                                                             NJ
 Irene P. Campbell             F  6   Dau                                                             NJ
 Gertrude M. Campbell          F  0   Dau                                                             NJ


Abigail B. Campbell 10
   bf 1849 May 06 to James Campbell 09 et ux Mary Ann (nee _ 09) Campbell
   n. Abigail B. or D.
   mm ____ ___ __ John G. Hitchner 10
   df 1868 Sep 02 bur. Old Stone Church cemetery.

Benjamin F. Campbell 10
   bm 1851 ___ __ to James Campbell 09 et ux Mary Ann (nee _ 09) Campbell
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    P6B   145     ED20
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Buena Vista Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Benjamin  Campbell    Head  WMJul1852 48M 22    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Emma Campbell         Wife   F        43        NY
 Richmond Campbell     Son    M        21        NJ
 Lafayette Campbell    Son    M        15        NJ
 Laura Campbell        Dau    F        18        NJ

   C. 1905



James M. Campbell 10
   bm 1854 ___ __ to James Campbell 09 et ux Mary Ann (nee _ 09) Campbell

Edwin Campbell 10
   bm 1857 ___ __ to James Campbell 09 et ux Mary Ann (nee _ 09) Campbell

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Jefferson Campbell 10
   bm 1835 ___ __ in NJ (to Jefferson Lore Campbell I think  2012/11/19)
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P158 L_ 1175.
      PA, Philadelphi Co./, 23rd Wd., 6th Oct.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jefferson Cammpbell        25M                            NJ
   dm 1865 Jun 06 single white male livery stable keeper in Phila phila PA also
      resided there and interreed1865 Jun 08 Cedar Hllk
      FS.O  DFN 004010024


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Levicy Campbell 10
   bf 1840 ___ __ to Westcott Campbell 09 with Mary (nee Moore 09) Campbell

Adelaid Campbell 10
   bf 1843 ___ __ to Westcott Campbell 09 with Mary (nee Moore 09) Campbell

Henry Campbell 10
   bm 1846 07 __ to Westcott Campbell 09 with Mary (nee Moore 09) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecc
   bf 1844:w
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R774  V    E    P234A  5192
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Henry Campbell                M 33   Self       M                                                    NJ          NJ          DE
 Rebecca Campbell              F 36   Wife       N  Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Laura Campbell                F 12   Dau                                                             NJ
 LizzieCampbell                F 12   Dau                                                             NJ
 Samuel Hitchner               M 23   Other                                                           NJ


Rebecca Campbell 10
   bf 1848 ___ __ to Westcott Campbell 09 with Mary (nee Moore 09) Campbell

Westcott Campbell 10
   bm 1853 12 __ to Westcott Campbell 09 with Mary (nee Moore 09) Campbell
   mf 1884 Jun 23 Annie L. Timbrell 10, he 32, she 27 in Camden, Camden, NJ.
      Both eere ingle.  FS.O M02513-6.
   c. 1905 NUJ State ?Census
      NJ, Camden
      -
 Westcott 51
 Annie T. 45
 Annie J. 17
 George W. 15
   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R
      NJ, Camdedn, Camden, Wd10
      Enumerated: 1910

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Westcott
 Anie L
 George W
 Annit T

 with Annie L.
   Annie J 11     George @ 11
   b1888          b1890          b              b              b

Mary K Campbell 10
   bf 1860-4 __ to Westcott Campbell 09 with Mary (nee Moore 09) Campbell


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Lewis B. Campbell  10
   bm 1846 05 __ to John Campbell 09 with Catherine
   mf 1848 Sep 16 Margaret B. Barnhart _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P776D 3489
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Lewis B. Campbell             M 33   Self       M  Stove Dealer                                      NJ          NJ          NJ
 Margaret Campbell             M 33   Wife       M                                                    NJ          NJ          NJ
 Kate A. Campbell              F  8                                                                   NJ
 Lena B. Campbell              F  2                                                                   NJ
 Emma Barnett                  F 33   Other                                                           NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R  ED77  P14B  339
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden, Wd 9, Pcnt 3
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 L. B. Campbell        Head  WMMay1846 54M 31    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Mar B. Campbell       Wife  WFApr1849 51M 31`4 2NJ     NJ     nj
 Lena B. Campbell      Dau    F        22        NJ
 Anna E. Brnett        MIL    F        84        NJ


Sarah E. Campbell 10
   bf

Helen Campbell 19
   bf 185 ___ __ to John Campbell _ et ux Catherine in Millville
   df 1869 Dec 23 at 4Y in Millville, Cumberland Co.., NJ
      FS.O  B06573-9   FN John  MN Kate

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Amanda C. Campbell 11
   bf 1846 ___ __ to Charles D. Campbell 10 et ux Harriet W. (nee Campbell 10)
      Campbell

David T. Campbell 11
   bm 1848 ___ __ to Charles D. Campbell 10 et ux Harriet W. (nee Campbell 10)
      Campbell
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R773  V    E    P334A   2802
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 David T. Campbell             M 40   Self       M  Grocer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Alice Campbell                F 35   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Georgeanna                    F  8                                                                   NJ
 Norris W. Campbell            M  5                                                                   NJ
 Sarah T Campbell              F  0                                                                   NJ


Sheppard Campbell 11
   bm 1850 Apr __ to Charles D. Campbell 10 et ux Harriet W. (nee Campbell 10)
      Campbell
   df 1851 Nov 01

Rhoda Campbell 11
   bf 1853 ___ __ to Charles D. Campbell 10 et ux Harriet W. (nee Campbell 10)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Elwood Bradford 11

Wilson Campbell 11
   bm 1857 ___ __ to Charles D. Campbell 10 et ux Harriet W. (nee Campbell 10)
      Campbell
   mf<1879 ___ __ Josephine _ 11

Phebe W. Campbell 11
   bf 1859 May 27 to Charles D. Campbell 10 et ux Harriet W. (nee Campbell 10)
      Campbell
   df 1862 Oct 26

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Arabella Campbell 11
   bf 1860 ___ __ to Jacob Beakley Campbell 10 et ux Hannah (nee Sheppard 10)
      Campbell

Ellen Dare Campbell 11
   bf 1862 Jan __ to Jacob Beakley Campbell 10 et ux Hannah (nee Sheppard 10)
      Campbell
   df 1862 Jul 08

George D. Campbell 11
   bm 1865 ___ __ to Jacob Beakley Campbell 10 et ux Hannah (nee Sheppard 10)
      Campbell

Herbert L. Campbell 11
   bm 1872 ___ __ to Jacob Beakley Campbell 10 et ux Hannah (nee Sheppard 10)
      Campbell

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Willis Daniel Campbell 11
   bm 1857 Apr __ to Daniel Berkley Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Bass 10)
      Campbell
   mf 1877 Mar 03 Jennie S. Ireland 11 at Trinity Church in Vineland, NJ.
      Cumb. Co. Marriage Book B, p. 492 NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf 1856 Dec 20 at 27, buried in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Millville.
   n. For a time after his first marriage Willis lived on Sassafras St. in
      Millville.  At the time he was a glassblower.
   n. 1880 US Census, Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 432
      1900 US Census, Commercial Twp. Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 160
   df 1884 Jan 27
   mf 1885 ___ __ Elizabeth _ 11 less than a year after her death.
 with Jennie S. (nee Ireland 11) Campbell
   Alva M 12      Willis 12
   b1877          b188005
 with Elizabeth (nee _ 11) Campbell
   Jennie 12      George 12      Walter 12      Theodore 12    Elizabeth 12
   b188602        b188706        b188809        b188910        b189604

Samuel Campbell 11
   bm 1861 Mar 22 to Daniel Berkley Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Bass 10)
      Campbell
   n. In June 1880 Samuel was single and living with his parents on Main Street
      in Millville.  Both he and his father were working as box makers.
   mf 1881 Jan 19 Josephine Tomlin 11 in Millville by J. H. Payne, pastor of the
      Trinity M. E. Church.
   bf~1860 ___ __ to Clayton Tomlin 10 et ux Hannah (nee Zimmerman 10) Tomlin
   n. At the age of 10 she and her family were living in the second ward of
      Millville and her father worked as a glass packer.  A decade later her
      father had died and the family was living together on Vine Street in
      Millville.  Josephine had gone to work in a cotton mill to help earn money
      for the family.
   n. From depositions taken when Samuel petitioned for divorce, it seems that
      the marriage was in trouble from the start when they went to live with her
      family.  They were together for less than two years and Josephine left
      when she was 5 months pregnant with their second child.  She and the
      children went to live with her mother in Millville.  Samuel left New
      Jersey and worked briefly in Indiana and also visited Canada.  After 3
      years of separation Samuel petitioned for a divorce on the grounds of
      Josephine's desertion.
   v. 1886 Jan 06 The petition for divorce was filed.  It reads:
                                  In Chancery of New Jersey
      To the honorable Theodore Runyon Chancellor of the state of New Jersey.
         The petition of Samuel Campbell of the county of Cumberland, in the
      state of New Jersey, respectfully showeth, that your petitioner was
      married on the nineteenth day of January, eighteen hundred and eighty one,
      at Millville, in the county of Cumberland in the state of New Jersey, to
      Josephine Tomlin, his present wife, since which time he has resided and
      still resides at Millville and Port Norris, in the county of Cumberland
      aforesaid, except temporarily for about six months in the state of Indiana
      and Canada.
         And your petitioner further showeth, that his said wife
      lived with him for one year and ten and a half months after they
      were married, and until the eighth day of November, eighteen
      hundred and eighty two, when she deserted him, and that she now
      resides at Millville, in the county of Cumberland, state of
      New Jersey.
         And your petitioner further showeth, that for more than
      three years last past his said wife has deserted him, and her
      said desertion for all that time has been willful, continued,
      and obstinate.
         And you petitioner further showeth, that he has two children
      by his said wife, named Edward and Bessie and now four years of
      age, and three years respectively.
         And your petitioner therefore prays, that he may be divorced
      from his said wife, and that your petitioner may have such
      further and other relief as may be equitable and just. And your
      petitioner will ever pray +c.
                               Samuel Campbell
                                     Petitioner
                               James H. Nixon,
                               Solicitor and of counsel with the Petitioner
         Depositions were taken about a month later.  The one below is by Samuel
      himself and other statements were also taken from his father, Daniel B.,
      his mother, Elizabeth, and his brother, Willis.  The handwriting of the
      secretary is terrible but fortunately most words can be recognized from
      the context of the sentences.
                                 Chancery of New Jersey
      Between     Samuel Campbell, petitioner   and Josephine Campbell, Deft
         Depositions in the above stated cause taken before Samuel R Hoagland?
      one of the Special Masters of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey at the
      office of James H. Nixon Exquire in the City of Millville in the County of
      Cumberland on this twenty fifth day of February A.D. 1886 at 10 Oclock in
      this forum in the presence of James H. Nixon Esquire of counsel with
      petitioner.
         Samuel Campbell a witness produced on the part of the petitioner
      was duly sworn in his oath and says. I am the petitioner in the
      cause I live at the present time at Dividing Creek Cumberland
      County State of New Jersey. I formerly lived at Millville in said
      county. I lived at Millville when I married my present wife. I
      was married the nineteenth day of January eighteen hundred and
      eighty one, at Millville New Jersey by Rev. J. H. Payne a minister
      of the Methodist Eepiscopal Church.  My wife's maiden name was
      Josephine Tomlin, she lived at Millville at that time.  At the time
      of my marriage I was twenty years of age. Immediately after our
      marriage we lived at my wife's mothers house on Vine Street
      Millville. We continued to live with her mother about three
      months. Then we commenced house keeping at Fourth Street. We
      continued to keep house about nine months.  We then broke up
      housekeeping and lived with my father and mother.  We were at my
      fathers when my wife deserted me.  This desertion took place
      the eighth day of November 1882. She left me of her own accord.
      I did not give her any cause for leaving me. She had threatened
      to leave me before she did. She went back to her mother's. I was
      sick at the time. We have never lived together since. She has
      never returned to me or offered to return to me and live with me
      as my wife. I have offered her a house and been willing to
      provide her a home since. Many times. She has always refused this
      offer. I never gave her any cause to leave me. She left me in the
      morning. She said she would not come back then any more and she
      never did. When I found she would not come back to my father's house
      I went and rented a house of Wm Parker on Main Street in Millville.
      I told her I hav got another house for her but she refused to come
      and live with me. Her pretext for leaving me at first was that she
      did not want to live at my father's house and when I got another
      house she still refused to live with me. In the year 1883 I lived
      for a short time in the state of Indiana. Went in April and
      remained until September I think. I was working at my trade. While
      I was there I sent to her to come out ?there? and live with me. I
      sent the word by my father to her. She refused to come. I returned
      to Millville in September of the same year. I then offered to live
      with her and furnish her a house. She still refused. I have always
      since she deserted me, been willing to provide her a house if she
      would come and live with me. Late in the fall of 1885 I sent my
      brother to ask her if she would live with me again. She refused to
      do so. Then finding that she persistently refused I filed the
      petition for divorce. Her family was always unfriendly with me.
      I have repeatedly been refused admission to their house, when I
      went there to see her and ...... for that ceases such myfather and
      mother at insufficient twice?? to make this request.
      While she lived with me I always provided plenty for her to eat,
      drink and wear. I am a carpenter by trade. We have two children -
      Edwin and Bessie - Edwin is about four years of age Bessie is
      about three. She was born after my wife left me. I do not know
      her age exactly. These children have always been with my wife.
      I am not allowed to see them. I have no understanding with my
      wife in regard to a divorce there has been no agreement with
      her in relation to it. I only seek it to be released from her.
      I have never had any personal interview with her since she left
      me. I know of no reason for her leaving me, except personal
      dislike to me.                   Samuel Campbell
         Sworn & subscribed this 25th day of February A.D.  1886 before me
         Jas P. Hoagland Master
         Letter offered in evidence by council for petitioner + marked
      exhibit No. 1:
      South Ben ind jun 11 1883
      Dear fouther i naw rite to you to let you now that i am well and
      hope you are Same pop i got your letter to day and was glad to hear
      frum you pop i will Come home the 27 of this month if joe will live
      with me at you hose if She will do that tell her to rite me a letter
      and i will come home i Cant Come home til i get my mony it will Cost
      me 26 Dollrs to Come home and i Cant get my mony fr two weake frum
      to day i gev my notes to day So i will Come to Philadlphil eny how
      tell france reeves that i will be at work the 1 day of july i wold
      like to Come home if joe will live with me at you hose
      tell joe to rite to me as soon as you get this letter
      rite to me and tell me if that will do that is all naw So
      good by all frum your Sun
      Samuel Campbell
         i wont Send eny mony but i will bring home 20 Dollrs that is all
      i Can do
         It is said that Sam had only a third grade education.  His
      letter home proves that he could at least spell the words as they
      sounded!
   v. 1886 Mar 10
   mf 1886 Mar 18 Lillian Maria Cobb 11 in Millville.
   bf 1869 Jan 17 to William Lowell Cobb _ et ux Mary J. (nee Bailey _) Cobb
      in Port Norris, NJ
   n. By this time Samuel was living in Port Norris and had taken a step up to
      carpenter.  He and his second wife Lillian quickly had an extensive
      family, 7 children in less than 10 years.  By 1900 the family had
      moved a few miles to the small town of Dividing Creek where they
      lived on Main Street.
         Sam and his wife bought (mostly in his wife's name) and sold
      several pieces of land in Dividing Creek.  In 1895 Lillian bought a
      dwelling house, shoe shop, and lot of land on Main Street for $735.
      One year later this land was sold to Anna Ogden BURT for $1, perhaps
      to cover some debt.
         On 1904 Dec 20 Samuel Campbell, still living in Dividing Creek,
      filed for bankruptcy, a petition that was approved two years later.
         By 1910 Samuel and his family had moved to the big city, Bridgeton,
      and were living at 215 Bank St.  Three of the oldest children were
      married and lived nearby on Walnut St.  Samuel, rebounding from his
      bankruptcy, was now described as a building contractor, a far cry from
      his start as a box maker.  By 1920 all their children had left home
      and Sam and Lill owned a home at 197 N. Pearl St.  A few years later
      they moved to Washington St.  His company obtained the contract to
      build bridges in Salem County and at least a couple stand today.
         In 1919 and again in 1923 Samuel sold several pieces of land
      on Glass Street in Bridgeton to his son-in law, W. Milton "Milt"
      Springer.  On this property Milt built a meat processing plant
      that still exists today: Springer & Thomas, Inc.
         In the spring of 1927 Samuel had a near fatal accident reported
      in the Bridgeton Evening News as follows:
                  LIFE IMPERILED BY POISON GAS
      Samuel Campbell, Bridgeton Contractor, Asphyxiated From Monoxide
                     Gas on Board His Boat.
      Dr. Glendon, Cruising on "Cytheria," Was Called and Administered
                        Timely Treatment.
      Asphyxiated from monoxide fumes as he lay resting in the
      cabin of his launch, "Huntress," Sunday morning, Samuel Campbell,
      64 Washington street, well known general contractor, barely
      escaped with his life, for physicians declare that if the
      discovery of his plight had been delayed but a few minutes, he
      would have died from monoxide poisoning.
      Mr. Campbell, accompanied by his son, Daniel Campbell and a
      party of friends, had made a run down the creek and were standing
      three miles from the mouth of the Cohansey, when the son went
      below to attend to the boat's engine.
      He found his father lying on the cockpit floor, he having
      rolled off a locker on which he had laid to rest.
      Realizing what had happened, he put about immediately and ran
      at full speed for the Cohansey in an effort to make Greenwich
      where medical aid might be secured.
      At the mouth of the creek, Mr. Campbell sighted the new yacht
      "Cytheria" and luckily discovered Dr. Glendon, the owner, aboard.
      The physician treated the stricken man aboard the boat.  He
      declared that two minutes more would have sufficed to put him
      beyond medical aid.  While making the run to the creek, members
      of the party exercised Mr. Campbell in an effort to restore
      proper respiration.
      At his home on Washington street he was again treated, and
      this morning is able to attent to his business interests.
      Members of the party state that if he had laid in a cabin
      bunk, he would have died, for they would have thought him asleep.
      Fortunately, however, he chose the narrow locker for his resting
      place, rolling off when he became unconscious.
         Samuel was a self-made man who became well known in the
      community.  For a number of years he obtained contracts to build
      bridges in Salem County and some of his handiwork still survives
      today.  Only a few months after his near fatal accident, the papers
      were again filled with news involving Samuel Campbell but this time
      of a much more festive nature.
         The 15 Nov. 1927 issue of the Bridgeton Evening News headline
      read:          TO DEDICATE NEW BRIDGE
                        ----------------
           Saturday December 3, is the Date and the Day
                    Will Be Made a Gala One.
                        ----------------
        Parade, Speechmaking and Banquet -- Samuel Campbell
                    The Builder of the Bridge
         The Salem newspaper, the Standard and Jerseyman previewed the
      event with these headlines.:
                  Bridge Opening Near at Hand
                       ----------------
         Contractor Campbell Puttin on Finishing Touches for
                    Dedication December 3rd
                       ----------------
                       Big Event for Salem
         Indeed, it was a big event for radio was just coming into its own
      and television was nowhere to be seen.  An impressive parade was
      planned with the cooperation of fraternal organizations and civic
      bodies and at lest 5 bands were to participate.  Speakers
      included a Judge and Congressman but the former Governor had a
      previous engagement.  A banquet planned for about 200 people
      including freeholders, highway commissioners, and many involved
      with the design and construction of the bridge was to be held
      in the afternoon.  Citizens were asked to decorate their homes
      and the merchants their places of business, especially those
      along the line of parade which was from upper Broadway to Front
      Street and thence to the bridge.
   df 1927 Jul 16 at 58y, about 5 years before Samuel.
      Her parents survived her as did all but one of her 10 brothers and
      sisters.  Concerning her death the following extensive account appeared in
      a local newspaper (so far unidentified) with the headline:
                 PASSES AWAY AFTER NINE DAYS ILLNESS
      Deceased had been especially devoted to Family and to Central Church(
      ously ill since a week ago last Friday
      morning, Mrs. Lillian M. Campbell died last Saturday a little before
      6 p.m.  A specialist had come from Philadelphia during the afternoon
      but there was nothing that could be done.  The deceased was 58 years old.
         A week ago Thursday, Mrs. Campbell had gone to Port Norris in
      her car and brought her father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Cobb, to
      Bridgeton and then taken them on to Salem where her husband, Samuel
      Campbell, is constructing the bridge over Salem Creek for the
      Penn's Neck road. (Another obituary noted that she and her husband
      had spent the day on their boat, the Huntress, entertaining her
      father and mother and other relatives and friends.)  Reaching
      home that night she complained of being tired, evidently due to her
      illness coming on, for before morning she had become severely sick.
      Prior to that, perhaps for six months, she had failed a bit, so
      gradually that the change had not been noted.
         Beside her husband Mrs. Campbell leaves three daughters and
      four sons.  The daughters are Mrs. Luther Halter of Wheeling. W.
      Va. Mrs. Milton Springer and Mrs. Oakford Ayars, Bridgeton.  The
      sons all reside in Bridgeton and are Lowell, Fiske, Daniel and
      Asbury Campbell.
         Mrs. Campbell was especially devoted to her family as they
      were to her.  There was seldom a day that all of her children
      were not at the home, either sometime during the day or evening.
      There was a particularly strong bond between the mother and the
      entire family.  She was also devoted to her church, being a
      member of Central M. E. Church and long a faithful attendant not
      only upon the Sunday services but the meetings during the week.
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma French 11
   dm 1932 Jun 07 interred with his second wife, he had three, in Overlook
      Cemetery, Bridgeton, NJ.
         His death notice in the Bridgeton Evening News of June 8, 1932 reads:
      Campbell-- In Salem, N. J., June 7, 1932, Samuel Campbell, aged, 71 years.
         Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the
      funeral from the residence of his son-in-law Oakford Ayars, 72
      Lincoln St., Bridgeton, on Friday afternoon, June 10, at 2 o'clock
      Body may be viewed Thursday evening from 7:30 to 8:30.  Services
      at residence.  Interment at Overlook Cemetery.  Friends may call
      at his late residence in Pennsville Wednesday evening.
   n.  Marriage records, NJ State Library, Trenton, NJ
       Birth records of Millville City p. 370, 387 [Edward and Bessie]
       1870 US Census of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p.34
       1880 US Census of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 408
       Chancery Court Records, Trenton, NJ
       1900 US Census of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 213
       1910 US Census of Bridgeton City, Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 118
       1920 US Census of Bridgeton City, Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 22
       Information supplied by Abbie Pogue Campbell Ayars
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_229 P_486.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_236 P_82.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_387 P_188.
 with Josephine (nee Tomlin 11) Campbell
   Edward P 12    Bessie 12
   b18811128      b18830315
 with Lillian Maria (nee Cobb 11) Campbell
   Ethel Mae 12   Abbie Pogue 12 William L 12   Clinton B F 12 Mendana S 12
   b18860818      b18870919      b18890204      b18900713      b18911211
   Daniel B 12    Francis A 12
   b              b
 with Emma French 11
   no issue

Elizabeth Campbell 11
   bf 1864 Dec 26 to Daniel Berkley Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Bass 10)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Theodore Fleetwood 11
   bm 1860
   dm 1926
   df 1930 ___ __ and is buried with her husband in the Dividing Creek Methodist
      Cemetery.
   n. In 1908 they were living in Westville.
   n. Benjamin lived in north Jersey.
 with Theodore Fleetwood 11
   Huldah 12      Benjamin 12
   b18860228      b18950311

Phebe Campbell 11
   bf 1867 Mar 24 to Daniel Berkley Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Bass 10)
      Campbell
   mm 1887 ___ __ Frank L. Garrison 11
   bm 1864
   n. lived on Campbell Street in Dividing Creek and he worked in the oystering
      trade.
   df 1915 ___ __ They are buried together in the Dividing Creek Baptist
      Cemetery.
   dm 1943
   n. Frank and Phebe (Campbell) GARRISON had at least 4 children, only 2 of
      whom were alive in 1900.
 with Frank L. Garrison 11
   _ 12           Elizabeth 12   Flora 12       _ 12
   b              b189106        b189311        b

Allie Campbell 11
   b. 1871 ___ __ to DBC
   d. at 0Y.,

Harry Campbell 11
   bm 1874 ___ __ to Daniel Berkley Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Bass 10)
      Campbell
   mf~1899 ___ __ Lena Moore 11
   bf 1880 Jul __ to Isaac L. Moore 10 et ux Harriet.  Isaac (1855-1932),
      Harriet (1859-1930)
   dm 1960 ___ __ They are both buried next to her parents in the Dividing
      Creek Baptist Cemetery.
   n. The 1900 US Census shows the young family living with Lena's parents
      on Main Street in Dividing Creek.  Harry's occupation is given as
      glassblower.  At the time of his father's death in 1908, Harry was
      living in Baltimore.  By 1920, however, Harry and his family were
      renting at 88 Bank St. in Bridgeton.  He worked in a glass house
      making stoppers.
   n. One adopted child of Harry and Lena (MOORE) Campbell is known.  Mildred
      bf 1897 Aug df >1919     occupation: music instructor
 with Lena (nee Moore 11) Campbell
   no issue?

Mulford Campbell 11
   bm 1878 Jul 24 to Daniel Berkley Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Bass 10)
      Campbell
   mf 1899 ___ __ Margaret Turner 11
   bf 1883 Apr __ to Leaming Turner 10 et ux Jane M.
   n. After his marriage to Margaret they initially lived with
      Maggie's parents in Dividing Creek.  A decade later the family and
      Mulford's widowed mother, Elizabeth were living on Main Street in
      Dividing Creek.  Mulford was postmaster and his mother, Elizabeth, had
      been given a job as a clerk in the post office.
      1900 US Census of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 217
   df 1912
   mf<1928 ___ __ Emma C. Webb 11
   n. For the last years of his life, Mulford lived in Mauricetown.
      1920 US Census of Bridgeton City, Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 5
      Interview with Dana Campbell Springer, 29 Dec. 1995 [Adopted child]
   wm 1928 Feb 11 thirty three years before he died.  This was apparently
      shortly after his children had died since he willed everything to his
      second wife Emma C. (WEBB) Campbell, who outlived him.
      Tombstones, Dividing Creek Baptist Cemetery
      Bridgeton Evening News, edition of 17 Oct. 1908
      1900 US Census of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ, p. 214
      1905 NJ Census of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ
      1910??????? US Census of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ
      Cumb. Co. Will Book 90, p. 291 [Mulford's will]
   dm 1961 Oct 25 at 83 in Mauricetown. He died of heart disease and partial
      heart blockage.  According to the death certificate he was a biscuit
      salesman. Tombstones, Dividing Creek Methodist Church
 with Margaret (nee Turner 11) Campbell
   Hulda 12       W Talman 12    Leaming 12
   b190004        b190301        ~1907

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f Campbell 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Oliver Campbell 10 et ux Sarah (nee Turner _)

m Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Oliver Campbell 10 et ux Sarah (nee Turner _)

f Campbell 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Oliver Campbell 10 et ux Sarah (nee Turner _)

Sarah J. Campbell 11
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Oliver Campbell 10 et ux Mary (nee Bradford 10) Whitaker _
      Campbell. Bradford deduced from Whitaker file - 2006/8/5 RWC.
      in Fairton
   mm 18__ ___ __ William M. Sheppard 11
   bm 1938 Dec 19 to Horatio J. Sheppard 10 et ux sophia (nee Bamford 10)
   n. Jooseeph >  Ethel 12       Alma 12        Myrtle 12      William 12
   dm 1904 Oct 24 in Cedarvillle
   n.  http://www.archive.org/stream/genealogicalmemo08leef/genealogicalmemo08leef_djvu.txt
      Genealogical Memorial History State Of New Jersey
      A Record Of The Achievements Of Her People In The Making Of A Commonwealth
      And The Founding Of A Nation Compiled Under The Editorial Supervision Of
      Francis Bazley Lee
      Volume I Illustrated New York Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1911)
 with Wiliam M. Sheppard 11
   Joseph 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Alfred 12
   b              b              b              b              b

Rhoda Campbell 11
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Oliver Campbell 10 et ux Mary (nee Bradford 10) Whitaker _
      Campbell. Bradford deduced from Whitaker file - 2006/8/5 RWC.

Alfred M. Campbell 11
   bm 1849 Aug 03 to Oliver Campbell 10 et ux Mary (nee Bradford 10) Whitaker _
      Campbell. Bradford deduced from Whitaker file - 2006/8/5 RWC.
      in NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Tap.,  Newort
      FS.O  I04761-9  F: Oliver Cambell M: Mry
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED12    P5B  88
      NJ, Burlington Co., Burlington Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Alfred Campbell       Head  WMAug1849 51M 27    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Ruth Campbell         Wife  WFMay1850 50M 27 3 3NJ     Nj     nj


Lydia F. Blizzard 11
   bf 1851 Mar 08 to Oliver Campbell 10 et ux Mary (nee Bradford 10) Whitaker _
      Campbell. Bradford deduced from Whitaker file - 2006/8/5 RWC.
      in NJ, Cumberland Co., Commercial Twp., Newort
      FS.O  I04762-0  F: Oliver Cambell M: Mry

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Elizabeth Campbell 11
   bf 1847 ___ __   to Smith Campbell 10 with Elizabeth

Cyntha Campbell 11
   bf 1850 ___ __    to Smith Campbell 10 with Elizabeth

Smith Campbell 11
   bm 1856 ___ __         to Smith Campbell 10 with Elizabeth in  Newport
   dm 1862 Mar 31 at 4Y in Dedarville, CumberlandCo., NJ.  bm 1858
      FS.O B07188-8   FN Smith /Campbell  MNH E. Campbell

Clement Campbell 11
   bm 1859 ___ __ to Smith Campbell 10 with Elizabeth

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Lewis Campbell 11
   bm 1853 May 01 to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah
   mf 1872 ___ __ Annie _ _
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P253C 1487
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Louis Campbell                M 33   Self       M  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Annie Campbell                F 29                                                                   NJ
 Edward Campbell               M  6                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED129   R2A      41
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp., Dragston
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Lewis Campbell        Head  WMNov1846 54M 28    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Annie Campbell        Wife  WFDec1849 51M 28 2 2NJ     NJ     NJ
 Eddie Campbell        Son    M        26        NJ
 Willie Cammpbell      Son    M        19        NJ

   n. Camkpbell bf 1872 to Lewis Campbell, Annie Campbell Dividing Creek
      df 1872 Mar 98 at 0Y single female in Dividing Ck., Cumberland Co., NJ.
      FS.O B06576-3 FN MN given as abov e.
   dm 1918 Sep 15 h/o Anna Campbell and interred Dividing Creek Baptist Cem.
   df 1901 Oct 09 w/o Lewis Campbell and interred Dividing Creek Baptist Cem.

Frederick Campbell 11
   bm 1847 Jun 11 to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah
   dm 1849 Jan 28 s/o Edmund & Sarah and interred Dividing Creek Baptist Cem.

Ruth Campbedl 11
   bf 1851 ___ __ to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah

Elizabeth Campbell 11
   bf 1853 ___ __ to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah at EDividing Creek
   df 1859 Jan 29s at 6Y in Dviding Creek, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      FS.O B07188-9   FN Edward Campbell MN Sarah Campbell.

Smith Campbedl 11
   bm 1854 ___ __ to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah

James H. Campbedl 11
   bm 1859 ___ __ to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah
   dm 1879 Feb 22 at 20Y white single machinist in NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton
      FS.O B06634-1   bmUS FbmUWS MbfUS

Elizabeth Campbell 11
   bf 1853 May 01 to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah
   df 1859 Jan 28 d/o Edmund & Sarah and interred Dividing Creek Baptist Cem.

Hattie Campbell 11
   bf 1868 ___ __ to Edmund Campbell 10 with Sarah

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Dayton M. Campbell 11
   bm 1846 Apr __ to Aaron Dayton Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth Jane (nee Joslin
      10) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth H. Bradford 11
   bf 1845 Mar
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P242B 479
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Downe
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Dayton Campbell               M 34   Self       M  Oysterman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Eliza Campbell                F 35   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Emma J. Campbell              F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Stetson Campbell              M  9   Son                                                             NJ
 Aaron Campbell                M  7   Son                                                             NJ
 Willie Campbell               M  2   Son                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED125   P2A                 33
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Commercial Twp., Port Norris
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Dayton Campbell       Head  WM        54        NJ
 Eliza H. Campbell     Wife  WFMar1845 55M 34 6 4NJ     NJ     NJ
 Stetson L. Campbell   Son    M        31        NJ
 John W. Campbell      Son    M        22        NJ
 Susie H. Campbell     Dau    F        21        NJ

   df 1918
   dm 1924
 with Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11) Campbell
   Emma J 12      Stetson L 12   Aaron 12       Willie 13      John W 13
   b1866          b186912        b1873          b1878          b1878
   Susie H 13
   b1879

Anna Campbell 11
   bf  Aaron Dayton Campbell 10 with Anna Moriah (nee Joslin 10) Campbell
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED125   P2A                 33
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Commercial Twp., Port Norris
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Jacob Hager           Head  WM        22M       NJ
 Anna Hager            Wife  WF        21M  3 1 0NJ     NJ     NJ
 Anna Campbell         MIL   SFSep1838 62W    8 5NJ     NJ     NJ


Robert Campbell 11
   bm 1862
   dm 1864 Sep 06 at 2Y in NJ, Cumberland, Newport bm 1862 in NJ, Cumberland,
      Newport  FN Aaron Campbell mn Ann Campbell.
      FS.O  B07188-7


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Henry Bilding Campbell 11
   bm 18__ ___ __ to Franklin Campbell 10 et ux Harriet (nee Bateman 10)
      Campbell.

Morton Campbell 11
   bm 1867 Feb __ to Franklin Campbell 10 et ux Harriet (nee Bateman 10)
      Campbell.
   mf 1891 ___ __ Maggie Coney _
   bf 1868 Aug
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED119  P1A 13
      NJ, cumberland Co., Bridgeton City, Ward 2A
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSYearMonAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Morton M. Campbell    Head   M1867Feb 33        NJ
 Maggie R. Campbeell   Wife  WF1868Aug 32m  9 3 3NJ     NJ     nj
 Franklin H. Campbell  Son    M         9        NJ
 J. Wilson Campbell    Son    M         7        NJ
 Ada W. Campbell       Dau    F         5        NJ
 Harriet Campbell      MotherWF1828Nov 72W    8 4NJ


   mf ____ ___ __ Maggie
   bf 1839 Dec
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P467A 36
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Maggie Campbell               F 40   Self       W  Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Sarah Campbell                F 19                                                                   NJ
 Olive Campbell                F 12                                                                   NJ
 Adelbert Campbell             M  9                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED142   P9A  181
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville City, Ward 3.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Maggie Campbell             WFDec1839 61W    6 4NJ     NJ     RNJ



Harriet W. Campbell 11
   bm 18__ ___ __ to Franklin Campbell 10 et ux Harriet (nee Bateman 10)
      Campbell.
   n. Belford Ward _

Lewis Miller Campbell 11
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Franklin Campbell 10 et ux Harriet (nee Bateman 10)
      Campbell.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rhodella Westcott Taylor 11, he a Capt.
   bf 1857
   dm 1912
   df 1927
      NJGF 4495 I (Leslie) found Aunt Jean's mothers obit in my file.
         Mrs. Rhoda Taylor Campbell, formerly of Bridgeton, was found dead at
      her home in Wes Grove, Pa. last Saturday and the funeral will be held here
      tomorrow afternoon at 1:30, The services will be in the First M. E.
      Church.
         The deceased was the wife of the late Capt. Lewis M.  Campbell who
      formerly ran a steam freight barge from Bridgeton to Philadelphia and
      other points. She was 69 years of age. Death was caused by heart trouble.
         Mrs. Campbell is survived by three daughters and three sons:
      Mrs. Ernest Fazio, formerly of Bridgeton, who lived next to her at West
      Grove,
      Mrs. Leland Mires, of Lansdale,
      Miss Nellie Campbell, of Washington, D.C.,
      Allen of Collingswood,
      Archibald of Vineland, N. J. and
      Victor of Washington, D.C.
 with Rhodella Westcott (nee Taylor 11) Campbell
   Gertrude B 12  John T 12      Nellie T 12    Jennie S 12    Allan B 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Rubin R 12     Chester L 12   Anna W 12      Victor 12      Archibald L 12
   b              b              b              b              b

Gertrude B. Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Franklin Campbell 10 et ux Harriet (nee Bateman 10)
      Campbell.

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Warrington L. Campbell 11
   bm 1861 Aug 13 to James Campbell 10 et ux Martha C. (nee Lore 10) Campbell
      in Newport, NJ.
   mf 1888 ___ __ Anna Maria Clark _ SRH P288.
   bf 1866 Aug 18 to John A. Clark _ et ux Mary (nee Shaw _)
   df 1945 Mar 07 at 78Y in Newport, NJ and interred Newport Baptist Cemetery.
   dm~1942 ___ __ at ~80Y in Newport, NJ  and interred Newport Baptist Cemetery.
 with Anna Maria (nee Clark _) Campbell
   Agatha 12      Verna 12       Sarah Bell 12
   b18890502      b18910802      b18960830

Wilson A. Campbell 11
   bm 1862 Dec 18
   mf ____ ___ __ Imelda Hand 11. SRH P288
   bf 1863
   df 1957 Feb 22
   dm 1932 Jul 98 interred Bateman, Newport, NJ.  See findagrave/picture.
   df             interred Bateman, Newport, NJ.  See findagrave/picture.
 with Imelda (nee Hand 11)
   Lida 12        Eliza L 12     George L 12    Edith 12
   ~1884          ~1886          ~1888          ~1892

Allington B. Campbell 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 10 et ux Martha (nee Lore 10) Campbell

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Nathaniel Campbell 11
   bm 1857 ___ __ to John Campbell 10 et ux Caroline

Richard Campbell 11
   bm 1860 ___ __ to John Campbell 10 et ux Caroline in ????Dividing /Ck.
   dm 1871 Jun 23 at 11Y at Dividing Creek,Cumberland Co.,  NJ.
      FS.O  D06576-3  FN MN given as above.

Mortimer Campbell 11
   bm 1863 ___ __   to John Campbell 10 et ux Caroline

Mary Campbell 11
   bm 1864 ___ __  to John Campbell 10 et ux Caroline
      in NJ, Cumberland Co., Dividing Creek.
   df 1865 Aug 19 at 1YT in NJ, Cumberland Co., Dividing Creek.
      FS.O B07188-7

Lizzie B Campbell 11
   bm 1868 ___ __ to John Campbell 10 et ux Caroline

Benjamin Campbell 11
   bm 1889 ___ __  to John Campbell 10 et ux Caroline

Dean Campbell 11
    bm b891 ___ __ o John Campbell 10 et ux Caroline

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Annie J. Campbell 11
   bf to Westcott

George Westcott Campbell 11
   bm 1890 Apr 09 to Westcott
   n. 1917-1918 WWI SS Draft RC at Camden., Camden, NJ M1509   FZS.O
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      Dividing Creek in her youth, she had been a resident of Bridgeton most of
      her life.
         Mrs. Ayars was a schoolteacher and prior to her retirement 19
      years ago she taught in the Bridgeton public school system for
      over 50 years. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church,
      the National Retired Teachers Association, an honorary member of
      the Bridgeton Civic Club, and had formerly conducted the junior
      choirs at both the First Presbyterian and Central United
      Methodist chruches.
         She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law , Lowell C.
      and Reba M. Ayars, and a brother, Asbury Campbell of Auburn.
         The Rev. Harry L. Holfelder, pastor of the First
      Presbyterian Church will conduct private graveside services at
      the convenience of the family.
         Interment will be made in Overlook Cemetery.
         There will be no public viewing.
         In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be made
      in Mrs. Ayars' memory to the First Presbyterian Church Organ Fund
      or the Bridgeton Free Public Library.
         Arrangements are under the direction of the Padgett Funeral
      Home in Cederville.
    n. Lowell C. dm 1992 Feb 22 mf Reba Miller, no children df 1982 Nov 23
       died at his home on 72 Lincoln Ave., Bridgeton, NJ. He is buried at
       Overlook Cemetery, Bridgeton, NJ.
 with Oakford Ayars 12
   Lowell C 13
   b19150321

William Lowell "Lowell" Campbell 12
   bm 1889 Feb 04 to Samuel Campbell 11 et ux Lillian Maria (nee Cobb 11)
      Campbell in Franklinville, NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Tyler 12
   df 1974 Dec 18 in Bridgeton, NJ.
   n. Lowell had a short but very successful career in the lumber business and
      constructed a number of buildings and bridges.  At age 19 he was foreman
      at the Hankins Brothers Lumber Yard.  By the age of 32 he began his own
      lumber business, which was briefly described in a Bridgeton Chamber of
      Commerce booklet published in 1926 that was put together by an ad agency.
                           W. Lowell Campbell
                                  Lumber
      Campbell's Lumber Yard is located pratically in the heart of the
      city, being a short two blocks from the intersection of the two main
      streets in town, Commerce and Laurel, and comprising 1.5 acres of
      valuable real estate.
         This firm started on March 1, 1921, by Mr. Campbell and dealing
      in lumber and builders materials, has through close application to
      business, and fair dealing, grown to an extent which can hardly be
      realized.
         Employing a number of men, his plant is a distinct and important
      part of the business life of Bridgeton.
         Mr. Campbell came to Bridgeton from Dividing Creek 25 years ago,
      when 13 years of age, and is now numbered among Bridgeton's most
      substantial business men.
         Ten years later another booklet about Bridgeton businesses gave
      additional history about the lumber yard.
         The corporation started business in this city as a partnership
      between G. H. Smith and Rufus Richards and in 1927 they purchased
      the lumber yard of Lowell Campbell on South Laurel Street.
          After the sale of his lumber yard, Lowell retired at the early
      age of 39.
         Lowell had a collection of old time bicycles, which appeared in
      Gimbel Brothers Parade and other processions.  Lowell also painted
      although his pictures remind one a bit of primitive art.
         Lowell's obituary appeared in the 19 Dec. 1974 edition of the
      Bridgeton Evening News:
         W. Lowell Campbell, 85, of 129 North Pearl Street, died
      Wednesday afternoon in Bridgeton Hospital shortly after being
      admitted.
         Born in Franklinville, the son of the late Samuel and Lillian
      Cobb Campbell, he was the husband of the late Mary Tyler Campbell
      who died in 1972.
         Mr. Campbell was a bridge builder by trade. He was the
      founder of Smith and Richards Lumber Company which he sold in
         1928. He was also a deep sea diver in the Atlantic City area. The
      deceased was a member of the Brearly Lodge 2, F.&A.M. reaching
      the 32nd degree with over 50 years of service.
         Surviving are: a son, Charles Eben Campbell of Bridgeton; a
      brother, Asbury Campbell of Audubon; two sisters, Mrs. Abbie
      Ayars of Bridgeton and Mrs. Leo Vickers of Florida.
         Mr. Campbell was a member of the Central United Methodist
      Church and his pastor, the Rev. J.D. Overcash will conduct
      services Saturday at 2 p.m. from the Garrison-Sray Funeral Home,
         43 Fayette Street. Interment will be in the family plot at
      Overlook Cemetery.
      Friends may call from 1 to 2 prior to services.
   n. I seem to have made two accountings of this Leo Vickers.
   n. William Lowell and Mary (TYLER) Campbell raised one adopted son: Charles
      Eben  bm 1914  dm 199?
   dm 1974 Dec 18
 with Mary (nee Tyler 12) Campbell
   Asbury 13      Abigail 13     _ 13

Clinton B. Fiske "Fiske" Campbell 12
   bm 1890 Jul 13 to Samuel Campbell 11 et ux Lillian Maria (nee Cobb 11)
      Campbell
   mf<1916 ___ __ Miriam Kurtz 12
   mf ____ ___ __ Ella F. Flannigan 12
   mf ____ ___ __ Inez McFarlane 12
   dm 1954 Jun 14 at 63.
   n. In 1910 he was still living with his parents in Bridgeton and working as a
      machine moulder.  Ten years later he and his small family were living at
      58 Hampton St in Bridgeton.  He worked as a salesman in a meat market.
 with Miriam Kurtz 12
   Clinton B 13
   b19170605
 with Ella F. Flannigan 12
   Doris E 13
   b19300827
 with Inez McFarlane 12
   Lillian O
   b193707__

Mendana "Dana" Sagit Campbell 12
   bf 1891 Dec 11 to Samuel Campbell 11 et ux Lillian Maria (nee Cobb 11)
      Campbell
   mm 1909 Nov 06 William Milton Springer 12 at Woodbury, NJ.  NJ Marriage
      Certificate
      Wedding announcement in unknown (Bridgeton Evening News?) newspaper
      The announcement of the marriage of William Milton Springer and
      Miss Mendana S. Campbell has given their friends quite a surprise.
      The ceremony was performed in Woodbury on November 6th last by the
      Rev. Edgar Campbell, of Christ's Episcopal Church, but has been kept
      quiet until now.  The bride is teaching school at Carmel this year,
      while Mr. Springer is bookkeeper for the Bonham & Young Company.
      The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Campbell, Bank
      Street.  A large circle of friends will extend good wishes.
         Since Woodbury was not a usual haunt of either family, it suggests
      that perhaps the young couple eloped, and some members of the family may
      have been just as surprised to learn of their marriage as their friends!
         Six months after they were married, Dana and Milt were living at
      184 Walnut St. with Dana's older brother, W. Lowell, and his wife.
         To celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary, Dana and Milt sent out
      invitations to family and friends for a party held on Thursday,
      6 November, at their home at 187 West Commerce St.
         Dana had some health problems, suggested to be tuberculosis, and
      so she moved around with the children quite a bit.....
   v. 1927 Jul __ but Milt was at his mother-in-law's funeral.
   mm~1932 Feb 09 Leo Richard Vickers 12 in NY.
         After her second marriage, Dana with her second husband established
      a bakery business, the Dana Pastry Shop, in Ocean City, NJ, which lasted
      over thirty years.  Cakes and cookies made from family recipes were
      sold during the summer tourist season.  About 1944 Dana and Leo began to
      visit the Jupiter, Florida area in the winter.  They took a liking to
      the warmer climate and in 1950 bought "Top of the Hill," the old DuBois
      homestead at DuBois Point.  The house was built on a large Indian shell
      mound overlooking Jupiter inlet and is one of the few pioneer structures
      still standing in Jupiter.
         Dana and Leo celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary at Top of
      the Hill on Saturday, 10 Feb. 1962.  Some friends and family members
      from New Jersey as well as friends from the local area attended.  In the
      1960s they closed the bakery, sold their home in Ocean City, and became
      permanent Florida residents.  Dana remained there until Leo died.
      10th wedding anniversary invitation
      Article in the Stuart (Florida) News issue of Thurs. 22 Feb. 1962
   dm 1976 Sep
   df 1977 Jul 03 in Bridgeton, NJ.
      Dana's obituary appeared in the Bridgeton Evening News of Tuesday, July 5,
      1977.
         Mrs. Mendana Campbell Vickers, 85, of 15 Lake St., formerly
      of Jupiter, Fla. died at her residence early Sunday morning.
         Although in poor health her death was unexpected. Born in
      Bridgeton, she was the daughter of the late Samuel and Lillian
      Cobb Campbell and was the widow of Leo R. Vickers who died in
      September of last year.
         Mrs. Vickers and her husband operated the Dana Pastry Shop
      on Eighth Street, Ocean City for 30 years, retiring in 1963 and
      moving to Florida. Since the death of her husband she had been
      living with her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Joseph, moving from Florida
      in March.
         In addition to Mrs. Joseph, she is survived by another
      daughter, Mrs. Francis (Dana) Fekel, Centerton;...
   n. Dana Campbell Springer bf 1918 Jul 18 mm 1943 Sep 13 Francis C. Fekel
      Lillian Maria SPRINGER mm 1946 Apr 22 Stanley Joseph
 with William Milton Springer 12
   Dana C 13      Lillian M 13
   b19180718      b19200724

Daniel Berkley Campbell 12
   bm 1893 Sep 10 to Samuel Campbell 11 et ux Lillian Maria (nee Cobb 11)
      Campbell
   mf<1915 ___ __ Ethel Launsbury 12
   dm 1928 May 22 at 34y.
   n. In 1910 he was living with his parents in Bridgeton and working
      as a laborer, perhaps for his father.
   n. By the beginning of 1920 he and his wife and young son were living at 19
      Cedar St. in Bridgeton.  He was now a foreman in a machine shop.
 with Ethel (nee Launsbury 12) Campbell
   Samuel B 13
   b19160305

Francis Asbury "Asbury" Campbell 12
   bm 1895 Feb 01 to Samuel Campbell 11 et ux Lillian Maria (nee Cobb 11)
      Campbell
   n. Like a couple of his uncles before him, he was named for a Bishop of the
      Methodist Church who lived in the late 1700s. Called Asbury by the family,
      he first married Erma MASON but was later divorced.
   mf ____ ___ __ Erma Mason 12
   v.
   mf 1925 Jan 18 Alice Williamson 12
   dm 1992 Mar 28 in Auburn, New Jersey at the age of 97.
      His obituary reads:
         F. Asbury Campbell, 97 of Swedesboro died March 28 at his home.
      Born in Dividing Creek, he lived in Auburn for 64 years.
         Mr. Campbell was a retired bridge contractor with Campbell & Sons
      in Bridgeton and later worked as a millwright at the DuPont Co.'s
      Chambers Works in Deepwater.
         He attended the Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Auburn.
         Surviving are his wife Alice (nee Williamson) to whom he had been
      married for 67 years; one son, Daniel Berkley Campbell of Thorofare;
      five grandchildren and five great grandchildern.
         Graveside services were held March 31 at the Pedricktown Methodist
      Cemetery, Pedricktown.
         Arrangements were by H. T. Layton and Son Home for Funerals,
      Woodstown.
         The family suggests contributions in Mr. Campbell's memory be
      made to the Memorial Fund of Ebenezer United Methodist Church, Main
      Street, Auburn, R.D. 2, Swedesboro, NJ 08085
 with Alice (nee Williamson 12) Campbell
   Daniel B 13
   b19260815

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Hulda Campbell 12
   bf 1900 Apr __ to Mulford Campbell 11 et ux Margaret (nee Turner 11) Campbell
   df 1928

W. Talman Campbell 12
   bm 1903 Jan __ to Mulford Campbell 11 et ux Margaret (nee Turner 11) Campbell
   dm 1928

Leaming Campbell 12
   bm~1907 ___ __ to Mulford Campbell 11 et ux Margaret (nee Turner 11) Campbell

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Edward C. Campbell 12
   bm 1874 May 01 to Lewis Campbell 11 with Annah
   df 1859 Jan 28 d/o Edmund & Sarah and interred Dividing Creek Baptist Cem.

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   n. to Dayton M. Campbell 11 et ux Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11)
      Emma J 12      Stetson L 12   Aaron 12       Willie 13      John W 13
      b1866          b186912        b1873          b1878          b1878
      Susie H 13
      b1879

Emma J. Campbell 12
   bf 1866 ___ __ to Dayton M. Campbell 11 et ux Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11)
      Campbell

Stetson L.  Campbell 12
   bm 1869 Dec __ to Dayton M. Campbell 11 et ux Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Craig Sharp 12, he of Port Norris.
   bf 1864 Sep 21 to Levi P. Sharp 11 et ux Mary (nee Anderson 11) Sharp
   c. 1900 see father, Dayton m. Campbell.
   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R   Shh3A Dis104 56
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Commercia Twp.
      Enumerated: 1910

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Stetson B. Campbell    Head  MW 40M       NJ        NJ        NJ
 Sarah Campbell         Wife  FWm45M       NJ        NJ        NJ
 Charles Campbell       Son   MW  7S       NJ        NJ        NJ
 Levi Sharp             Fa-I-LMW 78M       NJ        NJ        NJ
 Mary Sharp             Mo-I-LFW 78M       NJ        NJ        NJ

   c. 1940 U. S. Census T627 R2325 P5B L55  Dis6-17 121
      NJ, Cumberand Co., Commercial Twp.
      Enumerated: 1940

 Name                         Rel.            HV       RHSCAgeMAFMNYPOB             FPOB           MPOB            Language  A  B  C  YOI NE Occupation              Industry              Code  CENOTVWar
 Stetson Campbell             Head                        MW 70      NJ
 Sarah C. Campbell            Wife                        FW 75      NJ
 Emma Dayles                  Mo-I-L   may be sis         FW 84W     NJ

   dm 1952 Feb 17
   df 1959 Jan 08
 with Sarah Craig (nee Sharp 12) Campbell
   Charles M 13
   b19020924

Aaron Campbell 12
   bm 1873 ___ __ to Dayton M. Campbell 11 et ux Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11)
      Campbell

Willie Campbell 12
   bm 1878 ___ __ to Dayton M. Campbell 11 et ux Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11)
      Campbell

John W. Campbell 12
   bm 1878 ___ __ to Dayton M. Campbell 11 et ux Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11)
      Campbell

Susie H. Campbell 12
   bf 1871 ___ __ to Dayton M. Campbell 11 et ux Elizabeth H. (nee Bradford 11)
      Campbell

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Gertrude Buell Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Ernest Fazio 12, 2 children

John Taylor Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell

Nellie Taylor Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell

Jennie Stadler Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Leland Bertram Mires _12, 1 child

Allan Bell Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Souder 12, a child

Rubin R. Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell

Chester L. Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell

Anna Westcott Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell

Victor Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ _ Alma Mager 12

Archibald Lloyd Campbell 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Lewis Miller Campbell 11 et ux Rhodella Westcott (nee
      Taylor 11) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Miriam Holman 12
 with Miriam (nee Holman 12) Campbell, 3 children

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Agatha Campbell 12
   bf 1889 May 02 to Warrington L. Campbell 11 et ux Anna Maria (nee Clark 11)
      Campbell in Newport, NJ.
   mm 1924 Feb 19 Charles Bailey 12 in Dividing Creek, NJ.
   bm 1896 Feb 27 to Edward Bagwell Bailey 11 et ux Lydia (nee Blizzard 11)
      Bailey in Baileytown, NJ.
   dm>1945 ___ __ at ~49Y in Dividing Creek, NJ.
 with Charles Bailey 12
   no issue

Verna Campbell 12
   bf 1891 Aug 02 to Warrington L. Campbell 11 et ux Anna Maria (nee Clark 11)
      Campbell in Newport, NJ.
   mm 1910 ___ __ Orlando Linwood Newcomb 12 in Newport, NJ.
   bm~1880 ___ __ to George W. Newcomb 11 et ux Harriet A. (nee Page 11) Newcomb
   dm 1967 Jun 20 at ~86Y in Newport, NJ.
   df 1967 Feb 23 at 75Y in Newport, NJ.

Sarah Bell Campbell 12
   bf 1896 Aug 30 to Warrington L. Campbell 11 et ux Anna Maria (nee Clark 11)
      Campbell

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Lida Campbell 12
   bf~1884 ___ __ to Wilson A. Campbell 11 et ux Imelda (nee Hand 11) Campbell
      in Newport, NJ.

Eliza Lockwood Campbell 12
   bf~1886 ___ __ to Wilson A. Campbell 11 et ux Imelda (nee Hand 11) Campbell
      in Newport, NJ.
   mm 1912 ___ __ Charles Rittenhouse 11
   bm~1884
   dm Port Jervin, NY.
   mm 1917 Jun 17 John Atkinson 11 in Newport, NJ.
   bm~1884 in Philadelphia

George Lockwood Campbell 12
   bm~1888 ___ __ to Wilson A. Campbell 11 et ux Imelda (nee Hand 11) Campbell

Edith Campbell 12
   bf~1892 ___ __ to Wilson A. Campbell 11 et ux Imelda (nee Hand 11) Campbell
      in Newport, NJ.
   mm 1910 ___ __ _ Conard 11 in Newport, NJ.

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Asbury Campbell 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Lowell "Lowell" Campbell 12 et ux Mary (nee
      Tyler 12) Campbell
   n. of Audubon

Abigail Campbell 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Lowell "Lowell" Campbell 12 et ux Mary (nee
      Tyler 12) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Ayars 13
   n. of Bridgeton

_ Campbell 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Lowell "Lowell" Campbell 12 et ux Mary (nee
      Tyler 12) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Leo Vickers 13
   n. of Florida.

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Clinton B. Fiske Campbell 13
   bm 1917 Jun 05 to Clinton B. Fiske "Fiske" Campbell 12 et ux Miriam (nee
      Kurtz 12) Campbell in Bridgeton, NJ.
   n. Fiske Jr. was a contractor and initially worked with his father.
      His last employment was with William L. Gifford and Son, Inc. of
      Millville, NJ.  In later years he made his home on Fortescue Road,
      Newport, NJ.  He had been in failing health for the last 5 years of
      his life.
         Fiske was a member of Cohansey Flotilla 36 and was a past
      commander of that organization.
   dm 1975 Nov 12 in Bridgeton Hosiptal at the age of 58 years.
      Newspaper obituary of unknown paper.
 with
   C. Fiske 14

Doris Elizabeth Campbell 13
   bf 1930 Aug 27 to Clinton B. Fiske "Fiske" Campbell 12 et ux Ella F. (nee
      Flannigan 12) Campbell

Lillian Olive Campbell 13
   bf 1937 Jul __ to Clinton B. Fiske "Fiske" Campbell 12 et ux Inez (nee
      McFarlane 12) Campbell
   df~1959 ___ __ suicide

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Samuel Berkley Campbell 13
   bm 1916 Mar 05
   mf ____ ___ __ Katherine Anderson 13
   dm 1996 ___ __ ?

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Daniel Berkley Campbell 13
   bm 1926 Aug 15 to Francis Asbury Campbell 12 et ux Alice (nee Williamson 12)
      Campbell in Bridgeton, NJ an only child.
   mf ____ ___ __ Nellie _ 13
   mf ____ ___ __ Isabella "Missy" Spotswood 13
   dm 1997 Jan 02 in Memorial Hospital of Salem County.  Like his father, he was
      buried in the Pedricktown Methodist Cemetery, Pedricktown.  He married
      first Nellie and second Isabella "Missy" Spotswood and lived the last 22
      years of his life in Thorofare, Gloucester Co. N.J. He was a US Navy
      veteran of WWII.
        He obtained a degree in chemical engineering from Ohio State University.
      For 26 years he worked for Procter & Gamble, Philadelphia District,
      and later was a sales representative for Diamond Chemical Co. of East
      Rutherford for 14 years.  A member of the Woodbury Country Club, he was
      an avid golfer.
      Obituary in Salem Sunbeam, Jan. 5 1997 issue
   n. Daniel B. in Cal; Dana living in Fla, mm Froysland; Nancy in Pa; Sally
      in Del mm Hughes; Sandy S. in NJ
 with
   Daniel B 14    Dana 14        Nancy 14       Sally 14       Sandy S 14
   b              b              b              b              b

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Charles McKeag Campbell 13
   bm 1902 Sep 24 to Stetson Campbell 12 et ux Sarah Craig (nee Sharp 12)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Eunice Powell Tribbett 13
   bf 1903 Feb 24
   df 1967 Jul 21
   dm 1977 Feb 10
 with Eunice Powell (nee Tribbett 13) Campbell
   Jeannette T 14
   b19211214

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Clinton Fisk Campbell 14
   bm ____ ___ __ to Clinton Fisk Campbell 13

Daniel B. Campbell 14
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Berkley Campbell 13

Dana Campbell 14
   b. ____ ___ __ to Daniel Berkley Campbell 13

Nancy Campbell 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Berkley Campbell 13

Sally Campbell 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Berkley Campbell 13

Sandy S. Campbell 14
   b. ____ ___ __ to Daniel Berkley Campbell 13

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Jeannette Tribbett Campbell 14
   bf 1927 Jan 08 to Charles McKeag Campbell 13 et ux Eunice Powell (nee
      Tribbett 13) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Carl W. Sharp 14
   bm 1921 Dec 14
   dm 1995 Dec 23
   n. I have other children of Aaron, Dayton and Stetson if you want them.
      Carol E.  -  Thanks.
 with Carl W. Sharp 14
   Carol E 15
   b

LINKAGE END 00 Peter Campbell/ Mary    compiled by Francis "Frank" C. Fekel

Claude Westycott Campbell _
   bm 1898 Feb 21 to
   n. 1917-1918 WWI SS Draft RC at Cumberland Co. No,.1, NJ.   FZS.O



_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah
   bf 1771
 With
   John
   b1814

John Campbell _
   bm 1814
   mf ____ ___ __ Masria
   bf 1815
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P007A L__ 000/000.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 22, F. Devereux, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John  Campbell             36M                            NJ
 Maria Campbell             5F                             NJ
 HnnH cAMPBELL              78f                           nj
 jANE cAMPBELL              16F                            NJ
 David Campbell              7M                            NJ
 Peter Campbell              5                             NY
 David Arkenson             10M                            NJ
 John Herring               21M                            NJ


Archibald Campbell _
   bm 1823 in NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R804 P_    L11  198/198
      PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Middle Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 .
 .
 Archibald Campbell         27M                           NJ
 .
 .
 .
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P123 L_ 840
      PA, Philadelphi Co./, Tenth Wd..
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Archiblald Campbell        38M                            NJ
 Hannah E. Campbell         29F                            NJ



Jonathan N. Campbell _
   bm 1838 PA
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth E.
   bf 1838 NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P281C 4174
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Fairfield
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jonathan N. Cammpbell         M 52   Self       M  Farmer                                            PA          PA          NJ
 Elizabeth E. Campbell         F 42   Wife       M  Keeping Housae                                    NJ          NJ          NJ



   mf ____ ___ __ Eliuzabeth
   bf 1824 Aug
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED140    P3B  68
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville City Ward 2
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Sarah Ayars
 Lillian Ayres
 Elizabeth Campbell    BoardeWFAug1824 58W    2 1NJ     NJ     NJ


John B. Campbell _
   bm 185 NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth
   bf 1888
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R161 P_  L21  1237/1241
      IN, Montgomery Co., Coal Creek
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John B. Campbell           85M                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell         62F                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell         15F                            IN
 John Killen                13M                            IN

John Campbell _
   bm 1845
   mf ____ ___ __ Lizaie
   bf 1850
   n. Lizzie Cambell bf 1866 to John Campbell and Lizzie Campbell
      df 1871Jul 03 at 5Y in Camden, Camden, NJ
      FS.O B06576-0  FNB MN as above
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R773  V    E    P108B   5825
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Campbell                 M 35   Self       M  Livery Stable                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lizzie Campbell               F 30   Wife       M                                                    PA          PA          PA
 John Campbell                 M  9   Son                                                             NJ
 Mary Campbell                 F  7   Dau                                                             NJ
 Maggie Myers                  f 24   Cousin                                                          PA
 Nary Leafhurst                F 62   Other                                                           ENG


John B. Campbell _
   bm 1844 Jul  NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Sallie
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P408 L 2494
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John B. Campbell              N 37   Self       M  Glassblower                                       NJ          NJ          NJ
 Sallie Campbell               F 37   Wife                                                            NJ
 John J. Campbell              M  5   Son                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R         ED132    P16 B  365
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Hopewell Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 .
 .
 John B. Campbell      InmateWMJul1844 56W       NJ     PA     NJ




   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth
   bf 1829 Sep in NJ
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R  ED1122  P1B  13
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton City, Ward 4 A
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Clement Newkirk       Head   M        32        NJ
 Mary Newkirk          Wife   FOct1872 28M  9 3 3NJ
 Mabel Newkirk         Dau    F         9        NJ
 Alice Newkirk         Dau    F         4        NJ
 Alberta Newkirk       Dau    F         2        NJ
 Elizabeth Cammpbell   Aunt   F        80        NJ     PA     DE
 with


   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Elmer _
   bf 1842
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R  ED119   P14A  302
      NJ,Cumberland Co., Bridgeton City, Ward 28A
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 El9izabeth Campbell   Head  WFNay1842 58W    0 0NJ     NJ     NJ
 Eli Elmer             Brother         69        NJ
 Elizabeth Elmer       Sister          58        NJ

 with
   no issue
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Joseph K. Campbell _
   bm 1842 NJ
   dm 1872 Jan 03 at 30Y married LPOR 270 N. 8 ward Interred 1872 Jan 04
      Glenwood .PH,PH, PA
      FS.O DFN 0040086761

Wiloiam Campbell _
   bm 1777 NJ
   dm 1830 Oct 04 NY, NY, Mnhttan at 53Y
      FS.O B05587-2


Isaac Campbell _
   bm 1790 ___ __
   mf 1825 Apr 29 Rebecca Brown _
      1824 May 14 Washington Whig, John Clark - Publisher, Index P110.
         Married on the 29th of April, Mr. Isaac Campbell, to Miss Rebecca Brown
   bf 1800
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P446 L25.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Hopewell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Campbell           /1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Isaac Campbell)_________ 30-39MW
 (Rebecca (nee Brown))____ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 (Ann Elizabeth)__________ 05-09FW
 (Isaac)__________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R249 P137 L26.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Deerfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Campbell           /1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Isaac Campbell)_________ 40-49MW
 (Rebecca (nee Brown))____ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 (Ann Elizabeth)__________ 10-14FW
 (Isaac)__________________ 05-09MW
 (Rebecca A.)_____________ 05-09FW
 (Ethelbert)______________ 00-04MW
   n. In 1850 is with son-in-law Horace B. Rocap who married Elizabeth or Rhoda.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P215 L7   137/149.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Isaac Campbell             60M Nail Packer                NJ
 Rebecca                    50F                            NJ
 Ann E.                     25F                            NJ
 Isaac                      19M Roler                      NJ
 Rebecca A.                 16F                            NJ
 Ethelbert                  12M                            NJ       S
 with

_ Campbell _
   bf 18__ ___ __ to Isaac Campbell _ et ux Rebecca (nee Brown _) Campbell

_ Campbell _
   bm 18__ ___ __ to Isaac Campbell _ et ux Rebecca (nee Brown _) Campbell

Elizabeth Campbell _
   bf 1822 ___ __ to Isaac Campbell _ et ux Rebecca (nee Brown _) Campbell as
      suggesteb by 1850 Census.
   mm 1837 Jan 28 Harris B. Rocap _, both of Bridgeton, NJ.  Washington Whig
      Rhoda Campbell _ mm 1837 Jan 24 Harris B. Rocap _ NJ_CuCMR P73
   bm 1814
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P240B L1   137/148.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Horace B. Rocap            36M Stage Driver               NJ
 Elizabeth                  28F                            NJ
 Ann E.                     10F                            NJ       S
 Henry B.                    8M                            NJ       S
 Georgi Anna                 5F                            NJ       S
 Mary A.                     2F                            NJ
 Campbell _

Isaac Campbell _
   bm 1822 ___ __ to Isaac Campbell _ et ux Rebecca (nee Brown _) Campbell
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P61 459              maybe not
      NJ, CAmden, Camden City,  North Ward.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Isaac Campbell             28M                            NJ
 Jane Campbell              23F                            NJ

Rebecca A. Campbell _
   bf 1822 ___ __ to Isaac Campbell _ et ux Rebecca (nee Brown _) Campbell

Ethelbert Campbell _
   bf 1822 ___ __ to Isaac Campbell _ et ux Rebecca (nee Brown _) Campbell

Mary C. Campbell _
   bf 1842
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P258 2984
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Deerfield Twp..
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Mary C. Campbell           18F                            NJ

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Colin Campbell _
   n. wm 1775 Mar 29 NJA_COW 1771-1780 27
      Osier, Samuel, of Gloucester Co. Ward. Having lands in Waterford Township,
      makes choice of Abraham Heulings as his Guardian.
      Witnesses: Joseph Burrough and Samuel Spicerq.
      1775 Mar 30. Guardian: Abraham Heulings, of Chester Township, Burlington
      Co., yeoman. Fellowbondsman: Joseph Osier, of Waterford Township,
      Gloucester Co. Witnesses: Colin Campbell and Robert Burchan.
      Lib. 15, p. 528.


                       Stow Creek Folk


Sarah Campbell _
   ld 1794 Mar 07 Old Deeds Belonging to the Salem Co. Hist. Soc. - Unrecorded
      D566 Date of original deed.
      Grantor: Charles Burns of Alloway Creek.
      Grantee: Sarah Campbell, of Hopewell Township, Cunberland Co.
      Transaction: 18 acres.
      Description: on road from Salem to John Wood's lower Mill.
   ld 1798 Sep 20 Old Deeds Belonging to the Salem Co. Hist. Soc. - Unrecorded
      D650
      Grantor: Sarah Cambell of Upper Alloway Creek
      Grantee: John Wood, Sr., of Stow Creek.
      Transaction: 18 acres
      Description: in Upper Alloway Creek on road from Salem to Roadstown.

Asher Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P456 L15.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Stow_Creek Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Asher Campbell           /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R261 P214 L_  .
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper_Alloways_Creek Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Asha D. Campbell         /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Daniel Campbell _
   bm 1786 ___ __ At Stoe Ck., Cumberland Co., NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail Ayars _
   bf 1781 ___ __ to Phineas Ayars _ et ux Sarah (nee Barrett _) Ayars/Bebout
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P311 L25.
      NJ, Salem Co., Lower_Alloways_Creek Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Campbell          /0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P286 L1   141/156.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Stowe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Dorcas Heritage            35F                            NJ
 Helmes Heritage             6M                            NJ
 Richard W. Heritge          4N                            NJ
 Amy Ayers                  81F                            NJ
 Daniel Campbell            63M Shoemaker                  NJ
 Abigail Campbell           69F                            NJ
 Edmund P. Roork             9M                            NJ
   dm 1863 Sep 08 at 77Y widowed in Cumberland Co., NJ
      FS.O B07188-7

Harriet N. Campbell _
   bf 1849
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P184 1820
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Stoe Creek Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Harriet N. Campbell        11F                            NJ

Amos Campbell _
   bm 1820 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane _
   bf 1827
   n. Elizabeth Jane Campbell bf 1849 Nov 10 to Ames W. Campbell at English Ck.,
      Atlantic Co., NJ.
     FS.O  C05076-4
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P286 L11  144/159.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Stowe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Amas Campbell              30M Laborer                    NJ
 Jane Campbell              23F                            NJ
 James W. Campbell           5M                            NJ
 Prudence P. Campbell        3F                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell          1F                            NJ


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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  Archibald Campbell/Eliz'h Godfrey of Maurice River, NJ.

Archibald Campbell _
   bm 1604
   dm 1661 May 27 Scottish politician, beheaded at about 53.   Ref. 5.
      http://users.commkey.net/fussichen/otdcap.htm

Robert Campbell _
   n. Frank's Peter Campbell's Robert.
   n. John Veal _ 1749 owes a bond in Robert Campbell estate and shows as an
      unmarried man in 1751 Maurice River Twp. tax Record but no longer after
      1775.  This Robert may be a father for Rev War Robert.

Robert Campbell __
   bm~1749 ___ __ to
      Campbell.
   n. Robert, Private, 1st Batt.; also State Troops; also Continental Army.
      NJ_SCGD P38
   n. History of Cape May Co.
      The following is a list, made, on 1778 May 8, of recruits raised out of
      the Cape May battalion, of which Nicholas Stillwell was Colonel, and
      assigned to second battalion, second establishment, and enrolled for war,
      and called for by the Continental Congress:
      Name.  Place of Abode.  Com.  Age.
      ...
      Robert Camelle, 25, Cumberland
      ...
   n. History of Cape May Co.
      Campbell, Robert, 3rd Battalion, ist Est., Captain Gifford's Company,
      3rd Battalion, 2nd Est., Continental Line.
      1778 May 25 clothing paid for recruits ... Robert Cambel ...
   n. Robert, BLW #8181-100 1792 Aug 28, srv as a Pvt in the NJ Line
   mf 1818 May 21 Catharine Hoy _.
      1818 May 25 Washington Whig, William Schultz - Publisher, Index P20.
      Married at Budd's Works on the 21st inst. by J. Budd, Esq., Mr. Robert
      Campbell to Miss Catharine Hoy, all of Cumberland County and state of West
      New Jersey.  NJ_CuCMR P112
   bf 1774
   n. 1820 Jun 20 Revolutionary War Pension Application
      Robert Campbell, labourer,  of Maurice River Twp. aged 71Y
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 Jun 20 B_41 P_423.
      Grantor: Lot Bowker
      Grantee: Robert Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 Jun 20 B_41 P_425.
      Grantor: Robert Campbell
      Grantee: Randall Marshall
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   mf 1824 May 20 Hester Collet _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P412 L2.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Hester Campbel           /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Hester)_________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1833 Mar 14 B_57 P_253.
      Grantor: Esther Campbell, et al, heirs
      Grantee: Benjamin Garner
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   n. A Catherine in 1850 DE is 55 and in poor house Wilmington.  Maybe her?
 with Catherine (nee Hoy_) Campbell
   Catherine A _
   b

Archibald Campbell 67
   bm<1755
   n. Tract dated 1775 on maps at Cumberland Co. Historical Soc., N. J.
   n. NJGF2967 GJB76  date originally 1745 but subsequently 1775 agreed upon.
          In 1775, Archibald Campbell bought a 9-acre plot north
      of the Manamuskin in Port Elizabeth for 550 pounds gold
      or silver. Check the records! This much cash could buy
      hundreds of acres in this era, so the land he bought
      must have been improved significantly when he bought
      it. According to Hartman maps, the same 9-acre plot was
      sold by Henry Van Hook (glass family) and William
      Lawrence to Henry Reeves and his wife "Hannah Doughty
      Furness" in 1775. Henry Reeves owned the land where the
      Union Glassworks was built by his brother Abraham
      Reeves and his son-in-law, Randall Marshall.
         A 2.3-acre segment of this land, adjacent to Parks' Red
      House, later passed to David Kimsey, whose involvement
      in the glass industry was outlined by Jeff Thompson
      recently on this list.
         Glenn further remarks that Henry Reeves is his direct nGgrandfather.
      There is more at the message.
      NJGF 8676 GJB76
         Note to Ron Cook: The Oglee house stands on the 7-acre lot that
      Henry Reeves sold to Archibald Campbell for a fortune. The deed from the
      1770s is recorded in Book 62 or 67 or something. Randall Marshall's store
      was apparently between this house and the creek.
   ld 1795 Apr 20 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Nov 29 B_67 P_162 Abs. GJB76.
      Note this land went for over 61 pounds per acre, whereas the next lot went
      for .4 pounds per acre with the same buyer in the same year. Bowker is an
      in-law of Reeves.  GJB76.
      Grantor: Henry Reeves, yeoman of Maurice River Twp, et ux. Hannah
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell, merchant of the same place.
      Transaction: #50 gold and silver for about 9 acres. in Maurice River.
      Description: Marsh, meadow, and upland with the houses, buildings,
      messuages, and tenements in Maurice River Twp. near northerly end of
      Manumuskin Dam.
      POB low water mark near to a small maple about 12 rods below the
      Manumuskin dam on the northerly side of Manumuskin Creek
      (1) Thence N57W 3R to a Piaaimon
      (2) N29:40W 5C 25L to stake
      (3) N50:30E 6C 90L crosing road leading over the aforesaid dam
      (4) N21:30E 5C 50L to dead pine near red house belonging to estate of
      John Holmes, deceased.
      (5) S23E 10C to low water mark in afsd Manumuskin creek
      (6) down the same and bounding thereon the several courses to POB
      containiing about 9 acres.
      Low water mark about 12 rods below the dam on north side of creek... to
      "pissimon" at edge of upland.. crossing the road over the dam to a
      "pissimon" near red house belonging to the estate of John Holmes, dec'd,
      now in the tenure of Lot Bowket (Bowker) low water mark of Manumuskin down
      the creek.
      Part from William Van Hook 1775/04/22 and part from Lawrence and
      Henry Van Hook 1778/11/13.
      Witness: Amos Westcott, Nathan Hand.
      Endorse: 1795/06/26 by Amos Westcott. Both grantors appeared
   ld 1795 Jun 04 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Nov 29 B_67 P_165 Abs. GJB76.
      Grantor: Gien Ogle et ux. Mary of Maurice River Twp.
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell.
      Transaction: 68 gold and silver for 166 acres. In Maurice River Twp.
      Description: Pine on Nixon's Branch, a corner to Jones' land Eli Budd.
      Beginning at a pine tree marked for a corner on Nixon's Braanch, a corner
       of Jones' land and
      (1) Thence: up the said Nixon's branch N12E 52C 50L to a number of small
      pine marked and notched for a corner
      (2) Thence N52.5W 30C joining on land of Eli Budd to a white Ok marked
      (3) Thence S7:30W 174P to a white Oak marked for a corner;
      (4) Thence S52:30E 215P to POB  containing 166 scres of land.
      History;
      1788/07/25 Reuben Burgin to Eli Elmer, Sheriff, seized property of
      Nathan Shaw, this date. [So to avoid impropriety, Elmer, who was
      conducting the auction, did not buy the land at the public sale, but
      Burgin won the bid and sold it to Elmer the following day.]
      1788/07/26 Reuben Burgin to Eli Elmer, Sheriff, seized property
      1789/02/25 Eli Elmer et ux. Jane to "Said Lot Bogart" (Bowker)
      1792/11/01 Lot Berart (Bogart) et ux Ann  to Eli Budd.
      Wit: Nathan Hand, Bennoni Dare.
      End: 1795/06/26 by Amos "Westecott." Both present.
 with
   Archibald
   <1762

Archibald Campbell 68
   bm<1760 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 67 who in 1775 bought the land that his
      grandsons sold as inheritance from his deceased son Archibald, their
      father.  RWC 2002/8
   mf~1782 ___ __ Elizabeth Godfrey 68
   bf 1764 May 04 to Philip Godfrey 67  NJTSL L36 F255 F1089.  Need more.
   n. Elizabeth 69 is a guess as a member of this family, but it all seems very
      logical. Richard, the name of her elder brother, who probably did much for
      her welfare after their father's death in 1796, is also the name of her
      firstborn son with Jonathan Borden.
      2002/Aug/16 further corroboration is from the deeds now found in NJ_CuCDR
      pertaining to brother Philip, mariner, who apparently dies young and
      also inherited 2/7th of his father Archibald's estate.  RWC75.
   n. See the Colin Campbell referenced in the PA Gazette. This may be his
      grandson.  Also Arch in PA Gazette.
   ld 67:162 1795/04/20 Hen   NJGF 14092 GFBV76
      Grantor: Henry Reeves, yeoman of Maurice River Twp, et ux. Hannah to
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell, merchant of the same place.
      Transaction: 550 gold and silver for about 9 acres
      Descriptionmarsh, meadow, and
      upland with the houses, buildings, messuages, and tenements in
      Maurice River Twp. near northerly end of Manumuskin Dam. [Note this land
      went for over 61 pounds per acre, whereas the next lot went for
      0.4 pounds per acre with the same buyer in the same year.] Low water mark
      about 12 rods below the dam on north side of creek to mon at edge of
      upland crossing the road over the dam to a pissimon near red house
      belonging to the estate of John Holmes, decd, now in the tenure of
      Lot Bowket (Bowker) low water mark of Manumuskin down the creek. Part from
      William Van Hook 1775/04/22 and part from Lawrence and Henry Van Hook
      1778/11/13.
      Wit: Amos Westcott, Nathan Hand. End: 1795/06/26 by Amos Westcott.
      Both grantors appeared.
   ld 67:165 1795/06/04   NJGF 14092 GFBV76
      Grantor: Gien Ogle et ux. Mary of Maurice River Twp. to
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell.
      Transctionb: gold and silver for 166 acres.
      Descrition: Pine on Nixon Branch, a corner to Jones land Eli Budd.
      From Lot Berart (Bowker) et ux. Ann 1792/11/01. Said Lot Bogart (Bowker)
      got from Eli Elmer et ux. Jane 1789/02/25. He from Reuben Burgin
      1788/07/26. He from Eli Elmer, Sheriff, seized property of Nathan Shaw
      1788/07/25. [So to avoid impropriety, Elmer, who was conducting the
      auction, did not buy the land at the public sale, but Burgin won the bid
      and sold it to Elmer the following day.]
      Wit: Nathan Hand, Bennoni Dare. End: 1795/06/26 by Amos Westecott.
      Both present.
   dm 1796 Oct 13
   mm 1797 Jun 15 Zachariah Lawrence 68, an influential citizen of Bridgeton,
      NJ. NJ_CuCMR P55.
   n. 1798 Jun 04 Elizabeth and Zachariah are appointed guardians of the four
      children of Archibald that are under age fourteen.  Daughter Elizabeth is
      fourteen, legally not in need of a guardian and therefore not mentioned.
      RWC75/GJB76.
   dm 1798
   n. Only Norton Laurance found in 1800 Census, so here included.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P___
      NJ, Cumberland Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Norton Laurance ________/02 01 01 01 00/00 02 00 01 00/00 00 _____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
   mm ____ ___ __ James Ireland 68 appears to be (Trueland)
   n. Duton Ireland found in 1800 Census, so here included.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P___
      NJ, Cumberland Co.,
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Duton Ireland __________/03 02 01 00 01/00 00 01 00 01/00 00 _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
   n. 1801 Nov 23 the Irelands submitted an account for the maintenance of the
      four children under their care.
   n. Note Norton P. Lawrence/Oliver Blizzard connection:
      http://newsarch.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/NJCUMBER/2007-01/1168880105
      >Corner and edge wear. Paper discoloration is also present. Creasing
      >and folds. This is a receipt it states: Received November 6th 1826 of
      >Oliver Blizard??? Ten Dollars in full of an estallment of two dollars
      >on a share of Five Share of the Capital Stock of the New Jersey
      >Delaware Oyster Company standing in the name of Oliver Blizard??? on
      >the books of daid company. Norton P Lawrence Treasurer of Said
      >Company.
Archibald Campbell 68
 with Elizabeth (nee Godfrey 68) Campbell.  (Robert doubtful).
   Richard 69     Elizabeth 69   Philip 69      Colin 69
   ~1782          b17840123      ~1786          ~1789

Page 61
   n. Possibbly Arch is son of Obadian and bro to Daniel bm 17470217 in
      Sussex Co.   Ob's father Robert   Daniel died Northumberland Co., PA
      1747 Feb 17
      Richard dm 1855 Nov .
   n. to Archibald Campbell 68 with Elizabeth (nee Godfrey 68) Campbell.
      Richard 69     Elizabeth 69   Philip 69      Colin 69
      ~1782          b17840123      ~1786          ~1789

Richard Campbell 69
   bm~1782 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Godfrey 68)
      Campbell
   ld 1803 Feb 09 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1803 May 05 B_5 P_123.
      Grantor: Richard Campbell of Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Randle Marshall of Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $300 for rights, title, interest and claim which I had only
      by law a right to have in order to own the lands, tenements, hereditaments
      which were given and  to my father Archibald Campbell at the time of his
      decease in Cumberland Co., to have and to hold ...
      Signed: Richard Campbell
      Witness: Thomas Beesley, Nathan Hand
      Attest: Thomas Beesley before James Lee, Judge of Inferior Ct. of Common
      Pleas.
   mf 1803 Aug 05 Mary England _. NJ_GCMR P51.
   bf 1783 ___ __ to Daniel England 68 et ux Rebecca in Woolwich
   n. Daniel England mf 1780 Dec 27 Rebecca Craighead in Swedesboro, NJ.
      a Daniel England mf 1804 Oct 24 Prisc Derrickson in Swedesboro, Gloucester
      NJ
      and Daniel dm 1824 Oct 20 FS.O IPN I01052-8
      n. c. 1830 Woolwich
   n. wm 1782 Apr 22 NJA_COW 1781-1785
      William England, of Woolwich Township, Gloucester Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Mary, all my estate during her life,
      nd then to my children. Daughter, Mary England, to have a bed,
      beside her equal share.
      Exec: wife, Mary, and my son, Thomas.
      Wit: Jacob Jones, Isaac Vanneman, Thomas Jones.
      1785 Apr 11 proved.
      1785 Apr 06 Inventory: #251.16.6, made by William Watson and Jacob Jones.
      Lib. 17, p. 433.
   ld 1808 Mar 02 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1808 May 11 B_12 P_555.
      Grantor: John Taggart et ux Katherine Ann of the City of Philadelphia, Pa.
      Grantee: David England and Richard Campbell, both of Woolwich Twp.,
      Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $300
      Description: Beginning at a station in the middle of the public road
      leading from the village of Millville to Philadelphia about one mile and
      three quarters of a mile from the said village which station is corner of
      David Brandriff's land and corner to land late David Nichols, dec'd and
      runs thence first with the middle of said road S3.5E 32C98L to a corner in
      the middle of said road;
      S86.5W 97C50L to the middle of the main in said Maurice River;
      Thence up the same to the corner of Kaiser and George's lands
      Thence with the said Heiser and Gorge's line N70.5E 49C25L to a post
      corner to Asel ?land
      N86.5E 49C90L to the beginning containing 189 acres of land, swamp and
      water which said John Taggart purchased of Jeremiah Buck and John Buck,
      executors of Joseph Buck, late of the county of Cumberland aforesaid by
      deed of indenture 1807 Apr 24 recorded in Book L of deeds P513-515.
   n. John Taggart corresponded with Thomas Jefferson. He is listed as merchant
      at 4, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, in James Hardie's 1793 Directory.
      John Taggart's store is listed at North Water Street, East Side 11 in
      Hogan's 1795 Directory. Taggart is additionally listed at 5 and 11
      North Water Street in the directories of 1798-1800. By 18-1, he is
      listed 7 North Water Street where he remained at least through 1813.
      1805 May 02 The first correspondence between Taggart and Jefferson.
      John Taggart is also to be found in Millville - see ld 1810 Nov 28.
   ld 1809 May 30 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1809 Jun 28 B_14 P_258.
      Grantor: Administrators of the estate of David Nichols, dec'd, of the
      Township of Millville, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Richard Campbell, of the Township of Millville, Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Transaction: $137.50 for 50 acres.
      Description: A certain piece of land situate in the county of Cumberland,
      N. J. and bounded as follows, viz.:
      Beginning at a White Oak, corner to William Souder's land;
      Thence S55.5E 7C;
      Thence N34.25E 14C;
      Thence N55.5W 38C50L;
      Thence S34.25W 14C;
      Thence S55.5E 31C50L to the beginning, containing 50 acres of land ..
      said lot or piece of land is hereby conveyed to said Richard Campbell by
      said Abigail Nichols and Elias Wilson, adm'rs by virtue of decree of the
      Orphan's Court of the county of Cumberland, afsd 1808 November Term ...
      conveyed to said David Nichols, dec'd by Michael Souder and Suzanne his
      wife by deed 1805 Jul 31, and conveyed to the said Michael Souder by
      William Hollingshead by deed 1804 Feb 18, and is part of 891 acres
      conveyed to William Hollingshead B_X Folio 97 ____ Aug 05.
      Signed: Abigail Nichols, adm'x, Elias Wilson, adm'r.
      Witness: Ezekial Foster, Jere T. Foster
   ld 1810 Nov 28 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 Jul 1 B_18 P_299.
      Grantor: George Loudenslager of Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Richard Campbell of Millville, Cumberland co., N. J.
      Transaction: $880 U. S.
      Description: Piece of land situate in Millville Twp., aforesaid bounded as
      follows, viz.:
      Beginning at a stake in the line on the west side of main road from
      Millville to Malaga, being the northeast corner of Heiser and Gorgas land
      lot opposite the _ _ _ ;
      Thence N3.5W along the western side of said _____ 65C50L to John Taggart's
      corner;
      Thence S36.5W about 97C to the middle of the main stream of Maurice River;
      Thence down the same bounding thereon to a station bearing S43W from a
      White Oak sapling and high-water mark ___;
      Thence from said station N43E 8C69L to a Pine tree marked four blazes and
      twelve notches;
      Thence N86.5E 29C25L to the beginning containing 500 acres of land, swamp
      and water be the same more or less being the same which was conveyed to
      the said Michael and George Loudenslager in cooperation c/o with James
      Miller as tenants in common by deed from Jeremiah Buck and John Buck, Esq.
      and others and by deed from Thomas Sheldon and Mary his wife together with
      all and singular ...
      Signed: _ Loudenslager, George Loudenslager, Elizabeth Loudenslager and
      Sarah Loudenslager
      Witness;
   ld 1811 Aug 31 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 Sep 06 B_18 P_550.
      Grantor: Ephraim Leake et ux Jane of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Richard Campbell and James Wright, merchants of Millville Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J.
   ld 1811 Dec 04 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Jan 31 B_19 P_559.
      Note: see also 1817 Mar 10 Washington Whig for "Herring Hole"
      Grantor: Richard Campbell et ux Mary, Israel Stratton et ux Hannah, Nathan
      Leake et ux Ruth, all of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Abijah Davis of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $1400 for 600 acres
      Description: All that certain tract or piece of land situate in the Twp.
      of Millville which is bounded as followsi, viz.:
      Beginning at a stake in the line of the west side of the main public road
      leading from Millville to Malago being the northeast corner of the Drass's
      lot opposite the Herring Hole landing on Maurice River and running
      Thence N3.5W along the line of the west side of said road 65C50L to
      Campbell and England's corner;
      Thence S86.5W about 97C to the middle of the main stream of Maurice River;
      Thence down the same bounding thereon to a plantation bearing S43W to a
      White Oak sapling now blown down at high water mark in the middle of the
      Herring Hole landing;
      Thence from said station, N43E 8C69L more or less to a pine tree marked
      4 blazes and 12 notches for a corner now also down;
      Thence N86.5E 29C25L to the beginning containing 600 acres of land,
      swampland, water be the samd more or less, 2/3 of which was conveyed to
      the said Richard Campbell by Michael Loudenslager and George Loudenslager
      and their wives by deed dated 1810 Nov 28 and 1/3 part of which was
      conveyed to the said Israel Stratton and Nathan Leake by deed (no dates
      given).
      Signed: Richard Campbell, Mary Campbell, Israel Stratton, Hannah Stratton,
      Nathan Leake, Ruth Leake.
      Witness: Abijah Garrison, Ezekiel Foster.
   ld 1812 Mar 03 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Mar 19 B_20 P203. 20090622 CuCH RWC
      Grantor: James Wright of Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Grantee: Richard Campbell of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Description: Bricksboro, Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ.
      POB corner of Anson Jones lot at low water makr on Maurice River.
      Thence N36:45E 4C 20L to edge of Water st. in Bricksboro;
      Thence along said st and crossing Front st. S50E 2C 15L to the side o f
      Front St.
      Thence along south side of Front  st, N39:40E 3C 12L to corner o fmeadow
      Thence adjoining said meadow and others S33:30E 6C 17L to the edge of
      Muskee;
      Thence down said Creek S24W 1C 95L;
      Thence S15E 91 L to a ditch ande corn3er of Benjamin Fisler'sa;
      Thence by the ssame S62W 6C 38L to POB containing 141 square perches which
      J. Wright and Richard Campblel purchased of Ephraim Leake et ux Jane
      1811 Aug 01.
   ld 1812 Apr 06 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1820 May 17 B_FF P_106.
      20100721 RWC75 did not find in FF or in record sequence. Need for possible
      origins of Mary.
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: Daniel England
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Jul 17 B_21 P_269
      Grantor: Richard Campbell and Mary Campbell
      Grantee: Randall Marshall
      Transaction: 2/7
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Nov 17 B_21 P_635
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: Zachariah Jorden
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Nov 25 B_22 P_26
      Grantor: Joseph Jones
      Grantee: Richard Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1813 Jan 30 B_22 P_243
      Grantor: Azel Pierson
      Grantee: Richard Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1813 Jul 19 B_23 P_366
      Grantor: Richard Campbell et al
      Grantee: James Lee
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Jan 11 B_24 P_265
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: Abraham Stull
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Apr 01 B_24 P_618
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: John Tuft
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Jun 07 B_25 P_272
      Grantor: John Spence
      Grantee: Richard Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Jun 09 B_25 P_308
      Grantor: Jeremiah A. Foster
      Grantee: Richard Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.
   ld 1814 ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Jun 09 B_25 P_309
      Grantor: Eli Stratton et ux Eunice of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Grantee: Richard Campbell and John Young of    "        "            "
      Transaction: 2,500 acres for 100 ac in Maurice River.
      Description: POB small White Oak in John Elkington, Esq. line.
      Thence with same N70E 137P;
      Thence N37W 67P in Nathaniel Busby's line;
      Thence adjoining Busby's l9ne N49:30E 54P to a stake in Busby's line.
      Thence with same S37E 139P to a stake in line of N. Busby's other land
      Thence with same S53W 169P to a gum marked and corner to lands of
      Eli Stratton.
      Thence with same N40W 102.5 P to POB containing 100 acres.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Jun 09 B_25 P_318
      Grantor: Eli Stratton et ux Eunice of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Grantee: Richard Campbell of    "        "            "
      Transaction: $430.62 for 3 acres 50 sq perches
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Nov 29 B_26 P_220
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: Daniel Carrall
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Nov 30 B_26 P_233
      Grantor: Joseph Denight
      Grantee: Richard Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1815 Jun 03 B_27 P_247
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: John Young
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1815 Oct 21 B_27 P_568
      Grantor: Eli Stratton
      Grantee: Richard Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1816 Dec 17 B_31 P_5
      Grantor: Ichabod Compton
      Grantee: Richard Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1816 Dec 17 B_31 P_7
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: John Bowen
      Description: Land in none Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1816 Nov 29 B_31 P_64
      Grantor: Richard Campbell
      Grantee: Daniel Carrell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   n. 1817 Mar 10 Washington Whig.
      No. 2. The "Herring Hole Landing," wharf, house, and seven acres of ground
      lying between the Millville furnace and Glass Works.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1817 Aug 04 B_33 P_86. 20100721 CuCHS RWC75.
      Grantor: Richard Campbell et al by Shff
      Grantee: Ichabod Compton
      Description: Land in no_location Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 May 15 B_41 P_344. 20100721 CuCHS RWC75.
      Grantor: Richard Campbell, et al by Shf
      Grantee: Joshua Owen
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   df 1856 Dec 08 at 73Y or 1857 Dec 18 in Woolwich, NJ, Gloucester Co., NJ.
      FS.O IPN:B59505-2.
 with Mary (nee England 69) Campbell


Elizabeth Campbell 69
   bf 1784 Jan 23 to Archibald Campbell 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Godfrey 68)
      Campbell - as conjectured by RWC75
   mm 1803 Dec 14 Jonathan Borden 69 both of Maurice River Twp., by Jacob
      Egbert. Wit. Mahlon Foster and Jeremiah Jeffries
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P393
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Maurice River Twp.  __ __ __ __/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jonathan Borden _________/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Jonathan Borden) _______ 50-59MW
 (Elizabeth)______________ 40-49FW
 (Letitia)________________ 20-29FW
 (Richard)________________ 15-19MW
 (Rebecca Ann)____________ 15-19FW
 (Jonathan)_______________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. Perhaps several out of the nest by 1830, five unidentified girls remain.
   dm<1833 Mar 28
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1833 Mar 28 B_57 P_335
      Grantor: Elizabeth Borden of Maurice River, right-of-dower.
      Grantee: Richard Doughty
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1834 Feb 11 B_59 P_302
      Grantor: Richard Doughty et ux Rebecca of Maurice River Twsp.
      Grantee: Richard Shaw
      Transaction: for $200
      Description: bounded by Simon Shaw, Benjamin Reeves, Benjamin Fisher and
      land sold to Elizabeth Borden 1833 Feb 25 from the estate of Jonathan
      Borden.
   n. Note that Richarx Doughty m R A Borden, dau of Jonathan Borden & E'h
      Campbdll.  R'd Shaw m Jane Campbell 1805 Jan 9
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Jan 04 B_64 P_271
      Grantor: James M. Riley et ux Ruth
      Grantee: Richard Doughty house and land in Bridgeton, NJ
      Transaction: for $650
   df 1865 Jan 16 interred Central United Methodist Church cemetery, 147 E.
      Commerce St., R1 L3 G13, Bridgeton, NJ.  Lot is in far NW corner of
      cemetery, broken and flat on ground 1998 Mar.
      "Mother dear, Elizabeth, wife of Jonathan Borden."
 with Jonathan Borden 69
   Letitia 70     Richard 70     Rebecca A 70   Jonathan 70
   b1806          b1810          b18130417

Philip Campbell 69
   bm~1786 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Godfrey 68)
      Campbell
   ld 1806 Sep 04 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1807 Mar 06 B_10 P_582.
      Grantor: Phillip Campbell, merriner.
      Grantee: Randal Marshall of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $300 for
      Description: Whereas Archibald Campbell, estate of Maurice River Twp.,
      was in his lifetime seized of land and in certain tracts of land situate
      in Maurice River Twp., being thereof seized and entrusted whereby 2/7ths
      of said tracts of land fell by heirship to his son, the said Philip
      Campbell.
      First situate on the northwest side of marriners Manumuske and on each
      side of the main road from Pt. Elizabeth to Millville which the said
      Archibald Campbell purchased of Henry Reeves joining other lands of said
      Reeves, the Friends Meeting House lot, the lands belonging to the heirs of
      John Holmes, dec'd, and on Manumuskie said to contain 12 acres be the same
      more or less.
      The Second tract containing 106 acres be the same more or less by ? land
      ? swamp situate on Nixon's branch purchased by said Archibald Campbell of
      Ezern Oglee adjoining lands of James Edwards, Levi Bowker, Clement Halland
      all this together with the said 2/7ths of all singular ..
      Signed: Phillip Campbell
      Witness: Isaac Townsend, John Strattan
   ld 1818 Mar 23 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1818 Mar 23 B_33 P_556
      Whereeas Phillip Cambbell, dec'd became seized of a certain proportion of
      real estate by the decease of Colin.
      Transaction:  Philips estate was sold for $200.
      Grantor: Phillip Campbell, dec'd,  by admrs James Batten.
      Grantee: Randall Marshall, Esq.
      Description: Land in no_location Twp.
   dm<1817
   n. 1817 Oct 06 Washington Whig, William Schultz - Publisher, Index P16
      Cumberland Orphans Court, September Term, 1817.
      James Batten, Adm. of Philip Campbell, dec.
   n. Did Phillip and Colin go down on the same ship?

Colin Campbell 69
   bm~1789 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Godfrey 68)
      Campbell
   n. See the Colin Campbell referenced in the PA Gazette. This may be his
      grandson.  Also Arch in PA Gazette.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1813 Feb 18 B_22 P_375
      Grantor: Richard Campbell, Heirs of Collin Campbell, dec'd
      Grantee: Randall Marshall
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.
   dm<1813
   n. Did Phillip and Colin go down on the same ship?

LINKAGE END 01 Archibald Campbell/Eliz'h Godfrey of Maurice River, NJ.



   mf ____ ___ __ Charlotte
   bf 1816 Nov
 with Charlotte
   Caroline _     David _        Emma _
   b1852          b1857          B1861          b              b

Caroline Campbell _
   bf 1852 ___ __ to _ Campbell _ et ux Charlotte
   mm ____ ___ __ Morgan
   bm
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R774  V    E    P326B   21-7
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Caroline Morgan               F 28   Self                                                            NJ
 Elizabeth Morgan              F  5   Dau                                                             NJ
 Charlotte Campbell            F 53   Mother                                                          NJ
 Emma Campbell                 F 19                                                                   NJ
 Elizabeth Morgan
 Charlotte Campbell
 Ema Campbell

 with Morgan
   Elizabeth
   bg1875

David Campbell _
   bm 1857 to _ et ux Charlotte
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna
   bf
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED134   P13A 298
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Landis Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 David Campbsdll       Head  WM   1857 43        NJ     NJ     NJ
 Anna Campbell         Wife  WFSep1861 39M 2411 9NJ     NJ     NJ
 Williw Campbell       Son             10        NJ
 Anna Campbell         Dau             17        NJ
 David Campbell        Son             15        NJ
 Florence Campbell     Dau             14        NJ
 Emma Campbell         Dau             12        NJ
 Walter Campbell       Son             10        NJ
 Reba Campbell         Dau             04        NJ
 Elmer Campbell        Son             02        NJ
 Charlotte Campbell    MotherWFNov1818 84M   10 4NJ

   n. ERlmer E. Campbellto David Campbell, Nancy7 Campbell bm 1860 in Frnaklin Twp.
      dm 1965 Feb 13 at 5Y in Franklin, Gloucestet Co., NJ.
      FS.O  B07195-5


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LINKAGE BEGIN 02 Archibald Campbell/Mary  of Philadlephia

Archibald Campbell 08
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 08
   mf 1746 Feb 27 Mary Brethed _, PA_1stPCR.
   wm 1748 May 03 Philadelphia Administration N18, Pedry? Hodgson.
      Know all men by these presents that We, Mary Campbell a widow and relict
      of Arch'd Campbell, John ffrazer of Philad'a Shopkeepers & Jn'o Doe of ye
      same place, yeoman are held and firmly bound unto Wm Plumstead, Reg'r
      Gen'l for the ...
      Signed: Mary Campbell (mark), John Frazer, Jn'o. Doe
   n. 1745 June 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7164
      Upper Marlborough, Maryland, June 14, 1745. Strayed or stolen
      from the Subscriber, in Upper Marlborough, about a Month ago,
      a large, likely bay Gelding, with a small Star in his
      Forehead. He was brought from the Northward by Mr. Anthony
      Whitehead Waters for Mr. John Darnall, and by him disposed of
      to Charles Carroll, Esq; of whom the Subscriber had him.
      Whoever delivers the said Horse to the Subscriber, at Upper
      Marlborough, Mr. John Frazer, in Annapolis, Mr. Alexander
      Lawson, in Baltimore County, or Mr. Alexander Campbell, in
      Philadelphia, shall receive Thirty Shillings Reward from
      THOMAS LEE.

LINKAGE END 02 Archibald Campbell/Mary


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LINKAGE BEGIN 03 Archibald Campbell

Archibald Campbell _
   wm 1791 May 06 Philadelphia Administration N64, Book I, Folio 245
      Know all men by these presents, that we William McDowell, John Steel,
      Tobias Rudolph and Robert Movrel all of the City & Liberties of Phila'a.
      are held and firmly bound unto George Campbell, Esq., Register for the
      Probate of Wills, and granting Letters of Administration, in and for the
      City and County of Philadelphia in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
      .....
      Inventory: Appraisement of Sundrie Goods & Chattels belonging to Archable
      Camble who deceased onboard the ship Canton, Capt. Truchson on a voyage to
      East Indies. about 20 items listed primarily clothing. A debt from Andrew
      Russell, merchant dated Georgetown 14 June 1783  16.4.
        Total. 15.9.9 auction brought in 14.13.6 less fee 9.4 1/2
      pay from Capt. Truxon $107.30

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George Campbell _
   n. 1765 emigrated from Stewartstown, Tyrone, Ireland.
   n. A brief account of the Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick -
      Samuel Hood, George Campbell,  Joseph Jones
   mf ____ ___ __ Helen
   n. HoCMC
      1778 Mar
      "Your petitioners do therefore humbly request that it may please your
      Excellency to take the premises under your consideration and exempt the
      militia of Cape May from performing their tour of duty abroad, and to
      point out such methods as may enable the inhabitants to keep up a regular
      guard or any other measure your Excellency may think most conducive to
      safety.   And your petitioners as in duty bound shall ever pray.
      Aaron Eldredge, ....  George Campbell, James Whilldin, Henry Hand  ....
   wm 1810 Oct 22 PA_PCW B_3 P339.
      George Campbell, Esq.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk3.txt
   dm 1810 at 80Y.
   wf 1815 May 01 PA_PCW B_6b P288.
      Helen Campbell. Phila.  son & gson?
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk6b.txt
 with Helen
   George

George Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to George Campbell

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   wf 1811 Feb 02 PA_PCW B_4 P_278
      Mary Campbell
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk4.txt
 with
   Sarah _


LINKAGE END 03 Archibald Campbell

Ephraim Campbell _
   n. of Londonderry, Ire.
 with
   James _

James Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Ephraim Campbell _
 with
   James _        Mary _
   b              b

James Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Campbell _
   wm 1815 Jul 28 PA_PCW B_7a P177.
      James Campbell. Mariner. Son of James Campbell, Merchant, decd.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk7a.txt
      1820 May 12

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Thomas Campbell _
   ld 1739 Jan 25 Philadelphia Exemplification B2 P_534 LDS0021869
      Grantee: Thomas Campbell and John Biddle
      Transaction: 21 year lease
      Description: South side of High St. bounded on the north by High St., on
      the east by 9th st from the Delaware River, on the south by Chestnut St.,
      and on the west by the 10th St. from the Delaware being 390 feet from 9th
      to 10th St. and 484 feet from High St. to Chestnut St. to grow English
      grass and fence.

Edward Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel _ _
   ld 1766 May 16 Philadelphia Exemplification B5 P_258 LDS0021871
      Grantor: Edward Campbell, ship joiner et ux Rachel
      Grantee: Joseph Crawford
      Transaction: 10 acres

Dugall Campbell _
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification B5 P_294 LDS0021871
      Witness: Dugall Campbell
   n. same as Duncan in PA Archives?

John Campbell _
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification B6 P_74 LDS0021871
      Witness: John Campbell
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification B6 P_222 LDS0021871
      Witness: John Campbell
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification B6 P_224 LDS0021871
      Witness: John Campbell
   ld 1734 Aug 22 Philadelphia Exemplification B6 P_572 LDS0021871
      Grantor: Jedediah Helsey et ux Esther E.
      Grantee: John Campbell power-of-attorney
   ld 1734 Dec 16 Philadelphia Exemplification B6 P_337 LDS0021871
      Grantor: Samuel Cooper
      Grantee: Andrew Hamilton and John Campbell power-of-attorney


Edward Campbell _
   n. 1758 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22085 - see William.

Thomas Campbell _
   n. 1758 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22085 - see William.

James Campbell _
   n. 1758 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22085 - see William.

Robert Campbell _
   n. 1758 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22085 - see William.

William Campbell _
   n. 1758 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22085
      A LIST of LETTERS remaining at the Post Office, in Philadelphia.
      William Adams, John Allen, all in Philadelphia.  John Allison, Esq; (2)
      Lancaster County; Thomas Basset, Esq; Edward Campbell, Mrs. Clifton,
      James Campbell, Thomas Campbell (2) Robert Campbell, in New Castle County;
      William Campbell, Baskin Ridge; Dickenson, Cumberland County.
      John Fisher, all in Philadelphia.  Wildow Gilbert, in Philadelphia.
      William Humphreys, Mary Hand, Cape May. Hugh James, Anna Maria King (2)
      Abraham King, in Lancaster Co. Dr. Thomas Lloyd, Elisha Lewis,
      Joseph Leech, Esq; Mary Lloyd, in Pennsylvania;

Archibald Campbell _
   n. A. Campbell and Co.
      In 1853 erected and owned Crompton Mills in Philadelphia, Manayunk Canal
      (B/W corner; Schuylkill River); with William Campbell and John Campbell
      see Plate 1027.  Textiles-Cotton Goods.
      http://www.philageohistory.org/rdic-images/HGS/view-hgs.cfm/HGSv11.1027
      Hexamer General Surveys, V_11.
      also Blantyre Mills V_1 Plate 6 built and owned by James Kempton and
      1851 leased by A. Campbell & Co. when Kempton retired until 1869 when
      Crompton expanded to sufficiency.
      http://www.workshopoftheworld.com/manayunk/blantyre.html
      http://www.philageohistory.org/rdic-images/HGS/view-hgs.cfm/HGSv1.0006
   n. Archibald Campbell and his brothers, William and John, ... in the mills of
      Manayunk.  By 1857 ...


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Amos Campbell _
   bm 1779 May 31 to  in Bucks Co., PA.
   mf 1804 May 24 Ann Roe _. NJ_GCMR P50. She of Woodbury, NJ.
   bf 1782
   ld 1822 Apr 19 NJ_GCDR B_II P_340 Rec. 1822 Apr 20 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC@GCHS
      Grantor: Sarah Reeves, late Sarah Moore, widow of Kainton?, Gloucester Co.
      N. J.
      Grantee: Amos Campbell of Woodbury, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $175.10 lawful money for 8.75 acres.
      Description: A piece of land situate in Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co.,
      N. J. bounds as follows:
      Beginning at a stone corner to Benjamin Lord?, land formerly a part of
      standing in the line of Henry Osborne's land;
      Thence with said line N78:30E 10C50L to another corner of said Lord's,
      being also a corner of Richard Cole's land;
      Thence with said Cole S77:30E 4C20L to a ?? same;
      S62:15E 5C55L to a post;
      Thence ... same, S4E 8C41L to a stake corner to the said Amos Campbell's
      other land;
      Thence with said Campbell's other land, S64W 19C14L to the Place-of-
      Beginning containing 8.75 acres be he same more or less which described
      piece of land is part of the .... run off to the said Sarah Reeves and
      marked at .... Number 2 in the map and recorded division of the real
      estate of her father John Wood by commissioners appointed by the judges
      of the Orphan's Court of Gloucester Co., said 1809 October term recorded
      in the Surrogates Office of said county .... book of divisions P68
      reference to which had the same ....
   ld 1822 Nov 13 NJ_GCDR B_JJ P_454 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC@GCHS
      Grantor: James Pleadwell et ux Ann, Michael C. Fisher et ux Mary all of
      Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Amos Campbell of Deptford Twp.
      Transaction: $180 for 9 acres.
      Description: All the following described tract or piece of land situate in
      Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J. bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a stone for a corner in a line of Aaron M. Wilkins land and a
      corner of the late Thomas Scott's line;
      With said land late Scott's, N4W 5C90L to a stone corner to Sarah Reeve's
      land;
      N64W 13C77L to a stone corner, Henry Osborne's land;
      Thence with said Osborne's land, S26W 30L to a stone corner to the said
      Amos Campbell's other land;
      Thence in the said Campbell's land S69W 19L to a stone corner of Samuel
      Pierce's land;
      Thence with said Pierce's land, S19:20E 12C77L to a stone corner in Aaron
      M. Wilkins' line aforesaid;
      Thence with said Wilkins' line, N69:15E 70L to a stone;
      Thence with the ____ same N87:50E 80C66L to the Place-of-Beginning,
      containing 9 acres of land be the same more or less.
      The above described piece of land James B. Cauldwell  .... by Joseph _
      and wife ... bearing date 1818 Aug 21 recorded in the Clerk's Office of
      Gloucester Co. Liber CC P.63 deeds recorded 1822 Nov 22.
      Commissioner: James M...
   df 1832 Aug 23 at 50Y.  GCHS Bible Records.
   n. 1838 Amos Campbell, contractor, built the bridge over Manumuskin Creek in
      Port Elizabeth, 60 feet long by 20 feet wide, covered for $2,350.  In 1908
      it was replaced. MRT P7.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R252 P72 L15..
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Deptford Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Amos Campbell            /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Amos)___________________ 60-69MW
 (Sarah)__________________ 20-29FW
 (Ann R)__________________ 20-29FW
 (Rebecca)________________ 20-29FW
 (Christiana)_____________ 20-29FW
 (John D)_________________ 15-19MW
 (Susan R)________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P81B L23 319/327.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Deptford Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 21, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Amos Campbell              71M Merchant               3500NJ
 Sarah Campbell             40F                            NJ
 Ann R. Campbell            38F                            NJ
 Rebecca R. Campbell        35F                            NJ
 Christana C. Baker         31F                            NJ
 Susan R. Campbell          26F                            NJ
   n. Well known covered bridge builder.
   n. Paul W. Schopp line.
   dm 1868  08:00
 with Ann (nee Roe _ Campbell
   George M _     Henry Roe _    Sarah _        Ann Roe _      Carolina _
   b18060124      b18070909      b18090920      b18120509      b18131206
   Henrietta _    Rebecca R _    Christiana C _ John D _       Susan Roe _
   b18150107      b18150107      b18180724      b18210408      b18230708

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   n. to Amos Campbell _ with Ann (nee Roe _ Campbell
      George M _     Henry Roe _    Sarah _        Ann Roe _      Carolina _
      b18060124      b18070909      b18090920      b18120509      b18131206
      Henrietta _    Rebecca R _    Christiana C _ John D _       Susan Roe _
      b18150107      b18150107      b18180724      b18210408      b18230708

George M. Campbell _
   bm 1806 Jan 24 16:00 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   dm 1826 ___ __ 22:30  at 20Y.

Henry Roe Campbell _
   bm 1807 Sep 09 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   mf 1833 ___ __ Sidney Boyd _ of Lsncaster, PA.
   bf 1807
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P84  623
      VT, Chittendon Co., Burllingtpon
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Henry Campbell             52MW                           NJ
 Sidney Campbell            54FW                           PA
 Sidney Campbell            20FW                           PA
 Eliza Hanadon              14F                            CAN
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M653    P84
      NJ,
      PO:

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 H. R. Campbell                65MW                                             NJ
 Sidney Campbell               63FW                                             PA
 Sidney Campbell               23FW                                             PA
 Josephine Boyd                25FW                                             PA
 Maria Polfrus                 15FW                                             VA
 Sarah Yates                   35FW                                             pa

   mf 1856 ___ __ Sarah B. Lathup _ of Adrian, MI  (wrong Henry RWC)
   dm 1879 Feb 06 at 71 in Woodbury, NJ,

Sarah Campbell _
   bf 1809 Sep 20 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P24 L  204
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woodbury Borough
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Sarah Campbell             51                             NJ
   df 1888 Jan 14

Ann Roe Campbell _
   bf 1812 May 09 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P25 L  204
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woodbury Borough
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Ann Campbell               48F                            NJ
   df 1878 Oct 18 at 66Y in Woodbury, Gloucester Co., NJ.

Caroline Campbell _
   bf 1813 Dec 06 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   df 1814 Jan 31 at 0Y.

Henrietta Campbell _
   bf 1815 Jan 07 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   df 1880 May 02 at 65Y in Clarksboro, Glou. Co., NJ.

Rebecca Roe Campbell _
   bf 1815 Jan 07 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   n. See deeds of Amos.
   ld 1877 Jan 24 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1877 Feb 08 B_U5 P_505.
      Grantor: R. R. Campbell
      Grantee: William Brooks
   n. lots of deeds with her name.
   ld 1878 Jun 19 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1878 Jun 25 B_265 P230
      Grantor: Rebecca R. Campbell, et al.
      Grantee: Joseph B. Campbell
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P515D L 1953
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woodburfy
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Susan Roe                     F 75   Self                                                            NJ
 Rebecca Campbell              F 64   Other                                                           BJ          PA          NJ
 Ellen Galleir                 F 24                                                                   IRE

   df 1886 Mar 26 at 71Y in ?Woodbury, NJ.

Christiana C. Campbell _
   bf 1818 Jul 24 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Baker _
   bm
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P523C L 2719
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woodbury
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks

 Christiana Bartin             F 61   Self       S  None                                              NJ          PA          NJ
 Sarah Campbell                F 70   Sisterf   S   None                                              NJ          PA          NJ
 Sidney Campbell               F 75   SIL         W                                                   PA          PA          PA
 Sidney B. Campbell            F 40   Niece     S                                                     PA          NJ          PA
 Alvina Brown                  F 20   Other         Servant                                           PA          SC          PA
   df>1898 81+

John D. Campbell _
   bm 1821 Apr 08 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   mf 1851 Jan 09 Lydia W. Dickinson _ , by Rev. Cade
   bf
   df 1855 Mar 13
   n. Doesnot add up?
   n. Paul W. Schopp
   mf 1856 Aug 10 Sarah B. Lathrop _
   bf 1827
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51  R451 P82B L1 330/339
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Deptford Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 21, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Campbell              28M Farmer                 3000NJ
 Sarah Campbell             23F                            NJ
 Abigail Ann Campbell        6F                            NJ       S
 Francis A. Campbell         4M                            NJ
 Mary J. Campbell            2F                            NJ
 Catharin Fleetwood         81F                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P15 L  134
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woodbury Borough
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Sarah Campbell             30F                            NJ
 Abigail Campbell           16F                            NJ
 John Campbell               9M                            NJ
 Sarah Campbell              6F                            NJ
   dm 1863 Aug 01 at 63Y in Adrian, MI a RR Supt. male married bp Woodbury,
      NJ 1817 FN Amos
      FS.O DFN 4220473.
 with
   Abigail _
   b              b              b              b              b
 with
   b              b              b              b              b

Susan Roe Campbell _
   bf 1823 Jul 08 to Amos Campbell _ et ux Ann (nee Roe _) Campbdll
   mm 1856 Nov 12 Augustus S. Barber _
   df 1887 Mar 28 at 63Y in Woodbury, NJ.
 with Augustus
   b              b              b              b              b



Charles F. Campbell _
   n. War of the Rebellion (Civil War), 1st Regiment, Co. B.  NJ_SCGD B2 P101

John Campbell _
   n. War of the Rebellion (Civil War), 4th Regiment, Co. K.  NJ_SCGD B2 P101

Robert E. Campbell _
   n. War of the Rebellion Civil War), 24th Regiment, Co. C.  NJ_SCGD B2 P114

Peter T. Campbell _
   n. War of the Rebellion Civil War), 32th Regiment (2nd Cavalry), Co. F.
      NJ_SCGD B2 P117

Thomas B. Campbell _
   n. War of the Rebellion Civil War), 32th Regiment (2nd Cavalry), Co. K.
      NJ_SCGD B2 P117

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   n. correspondence found (probably in Ely papers) at GS of PA in Philadelphia.
      Miss Elizabeth Maddox, 402 W. Jefferson St., Clinton, IL ~1928 Aug 31 to
      Warren Ely, of Doylestown, PA.
      ... Campbels bearing the name Colin, Archibald and Robert in VA, also Jane
      Allison and the Crocketts as early as 1755.  Samuel Curry 1765 purchased
      land in VA.
      ... quite possible your ancestry traces to Rev. Colin Campbell, b1707 the
      10th child of fourteen children, his father was Colin Campbell bm 1664 dm
      1725.  Rev. Colin Campbell fathered nine children, but have at hand only
      the birth of the first child 1743 Jul 02.
      -
      Archibald Campbell mf 1792 Jan 29 Sarah McDonald (MD records 1928 P505)
      Colin Campbell mf 1780 Jul 27 Mary Leonard (MD records 1928 P522).
      Daniel Campbell 58/50Y in 1776 Spisutia Lower Hundred, MD.
      Daniel Campbell - Oath of Fidelity, Harford Co., MD 1778
      -
      fm Penn, Whether his (whose? RWC) wife came to America with him, I do not
      know (Miss Mattox - RWC).  But her name would be Mary or Margaret Seeright
      Seawright, Seewright. They would have been from County Down, Ireland and
      he is purported to have died on the voyage leaving wife and children:
      Robert ~7, Kathrice, Archibald, Colon and maybe others perhaps older than
      Robert.  The voyage being about 1725-6.  On this same ship came families
      Allison and Leticia or Letitia Ororke with their parents and they ~7 years
      old.  Also trying to find what ship Samuel Curry came on, he a Scotch-
      Irish man and a Rev. Soldier.
      -
      Annals of Auguslt?
      Robert Campbell, justice 1745 Dec 09  B1 P13
      William Thompson, guardian of Joseph and John, orphans of John Campbell,
      1751 Aug 29 B1 P46
      Robert Campbell returned no inhabitant 1762  B1 P100, no inhabitant 1765
      B1 P119.
      Mary Gregory, widow of Thos. married Archibald Campbell and they left the
      state 1819  B2 P241
      Mahlon Campbell - see his family
      Samuel Curry purchased land in 1765 B1 P380.

Mahlon Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Isabilla _
   n. correspondence found (probably in Ely papers) at GS of PA in Philadelphia.
      Miss Elizabeth Maddox, 402 W. Jefferson St., Clinton, IL ~1928 Aug 31 to
      Warren Ely, of Doylestown, PA. Annal of August? B2 P80.
 with Isabilla
   Archibald _    William _      Elizabeth _    Mary _         Jean _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Rebecca _
   b

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Alexander Campbell _
   bm 1796
   dm 1870 May 11
      1870 May 13 PA_PPL V_LXIX N44 Obit.
        Campbell - on 11th inst., Mr. Alexander Campbell in the 74th year of his
      age.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend his funeral from his late residence, No. 157 Joab street, Manayunk,
      on Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. Interment at Leverington Cemetery 165

John Cambell _
   mf 1771 Nov 02 Mary Wood _ by license, PA_SPPECR.

Elizabeth Cammel _
   mm 1778 Jun 06 Samuel Lawton _, he a soldier, she by permission of Capt.
       John Lockhart, 15th Reg. PA_SM&ZCR.

John Campbell _
   mf 1729 Jul 30 Christian Rogers _, PA_1stPCR.

John Campbell _
   mf 1732 Apr 10 Jannet McClannan _, PA_1stPCR.

Grace Campbell _
   mm 1737 Dec 07 John Bennan _ by license, PA_1stPCR.

Walter Campbell _
   mf 1740 Mar 02 Barbara Whitaker _ by license, PA_1stPCR.

Maria Campbel _
   mm 1791 Sep 29 Nicolaus Hein. Voelkers _ PA_SM&ZCR.

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1733 Oct 01 Parks Boyd _ by license, PA_1stPCR.

Martha Campbell _
   mm 1738 Oct 15 Patrick Carter _ by license, PA_1stPCR.

Joseph Campbell _
   mf 1742 May 21 Katherine Higgins _, PA_1stPCR.

Duncan Campbell _
   mf 1745 Aug 14 Kathy Daily _, PA_1stPCR.

Catharine Campbell _
   mm 1777 Oct 20 Nesser Swame _, PA_SM&ZCR.

William Campbell _
   mf 1745 Sep 06 Jeane Colter _ by license, PA_1stPCR.

Margaret Campbell _
   mm 1746 May 21 John Knight _, PA_1stPCR.

Alexander Campbell _
   mf 1770 Aug 21 Martha McNealy _ by license, PA_SPPECR.

Jane Campbell _
   mm 1770 May 09 John Eve _ by license, PA_SM&ZCR.

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1773 Aug 12 John Henderson _, PA_SPPECR.

Sarah Campbell _
   mm 1773 Aug 14 Thomas Robinson _, PA_SPPECR.

William Campbell _
   mf 1773 Jan 21 Hannah Crane _ by license, PA_SM&ZCR.

Joseph Campbell _
   mf 1778 Nov 19 Elizabeth Reed _ by license _ PA_SM&ZCR.

Kennet Campbell _
   mf 1785 Jan 21 Peggy Jackson _ _ PA_SM&ZCR.

William Campbell _
   bm with sister Mary.
   mf 1790 Jul 11 Sarah Brightwell _ PA_SM&ZCR.

Mary Campbell _
   bf with brother William
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Brightwell _
   wf 1803 Aug 09
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk1a.txt
      note mention of friend Daniel Doughty, wharfbuilder.

Elizabeth Campbell _
   mm 1793 Apr 18 Gabriel Mchee _ PA_SPPECR.

William Snell Campbell _
   mf 1794 Oct 26 Mary Gabben _ PA_SM&ZCR.

Reston Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Melony _ _
   n. children from R_RM
      1848 June 26 Still Born, PM

Martha Campbell _
   bf 1834 ___ __
   mm ____ ___ __ John McKeage _
   bm 1830 ___ __ to John McKeage _
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    775
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jphn McKeage               30MW                           NJ
 Martha McKeage             26FW                           NJ
 Daniel McKeage              6MW                           NJ
 John S. McKeage             4MW                           NJ
 Edmund McKeage              3MW                           NJ
 Alfred McKeage              1MW                           NJ
 Susan McKeage              55FW                           NJ
   n. children from R_RM
      1854 March 1 Daniel, 6PM, Wed
      1857 Feb 19 Edmund, ?
      1861 March 29 Charles, 6PM, , 5
      1865 Feb 28 George B., 9?PM, , 7
      1863 January 20 George B (poss. Charles also?), AM, , 6
      1866 Dec 12 William, 4AM, 8
      1868 Dec 23 Seymore, ?PM, , 9
      1871 July 21 Boy, 2PM, , 10
      1875 Nov 5 Stillborn, 3AM, Fri, 11

Robert Campbell _
   bm 1806 Dec 19
      FS.O IPN  C01920-8 M/D:1219
   mf ____ ___ __ Roseanna McKeage _
   bf 1824
   n. children from R_RM
      1862 Feb 6 John, ?PM, , 8
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P213A L  3088
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks  near Charles
 Robert Campbell               W 74   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Roseanna Campbell             F 56   Wife       M                                                    NJ          NJ          NJ

   n. John M. C. Campbell bm 1848 Jan 06 to Robert Campbell _ et ux Roxanna
      in Stephens Creek, Atllantic Co., NJ.
      FS.O C0506-4  MN FN Robert Campbell, Roxanna
   n. John M. Campbell bm 18623 Feb 06 to Robert Campbell , Rowe Ann in
      Hawkinsville,  Atlantic Co., NJ.
      FS.O :w
   n. Rosanna Campbell bf 1851 Aug 09 to obard Campbell, Rosanne
      FS.O C050786-6
 with Rox
   John M C _
   b18480106

Abigail Campbell _
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Lidden _
   n. children from R_RM
      1854 Oct 5 Died, 4PM, Thurs

Margaret Campbell _
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Camp _
   n. children from R_RM
      1865 Aug 3 Boy, 2:45PM, , 1

William Campbell _
   bRm 1818
       FS.O possibly the Wm bm 1818 Feb 26 NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Millicent Mart _
   bf 1828
   n. Martin Campbell bm 1859 /Sep 02 to
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P210B  2822
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymough Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 William Campbell              M 62   Self       N  Farmer                                            NJ          IRE         NJ
 Millicent Campbell            F 52   Wife                                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Ettaw Campbell                F 24   Dau                                                             NJ          NJ          NJ
 Anderson Campbell             F 22   Son                                                             NJ
 Martin Campbell               F 20   Son                                                             NJ
 Wm. H. Campbell               F 18   Son                                                             NJ
 Ida Campbell                  F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Eva Campbell                  F 11   Dau                                                             NJ

   n. children from R_RM
      1862 May 3 Wm Henry, 10?AM, , 6
      1866 May 5 Ida, 1?AM, , 7
      1868 Oct 13 Eva, 9:?PM, , 8

Charles Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah G. Ingersoll _
   n. children from R_RM
      1864 Aug 26 John, 6:??PM, , 1
      1866 Feb 4 Chas M, 1PM, , 2
      1870 Feb 22 Stillborn, 1:?0AM, , 5
      1873 Aug 6 G, 5AM, Wed, 6

Ella Campbell _
   bf 1856
   mm ____ ___ __ Alfred Ingersoll _
   bm 1852
   n. children and parents ages from R_RM
      1882 Oct 1, Louella, 5:30PM, Sun
      1886 June 13, Christopher & Marshall, 10:25AM, Sun, 3

Francis Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Frances Baker _
   n. children from R_RM
      1877 July 13 J. Fisher, 8?AM, Fri, 1; mother Francis.

Samuel G. Campbell _
   bm 1845
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary W. Camp _
   bf 1850
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P210D L  2855
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth  .
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Saml. Campbell                M 35   Self          Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary W. Campbll               F 29                                                                   NJ          NJ          NJ

   n. children and parents ages from R_RM
      1877 October 10 _ 11:50 AM, Wed, 1 Dr. Randolph Marshall, Jr.:
      1881 Oct 30, Willie, 7-1/2AM, Sun, 2
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     ED 14 P22B  421
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Atlantic City,, Ward 4
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Samuel G. Sampbell    Head  WMApr1845 55M 25    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Mary W. Campbell      Wife   F        50        NJ
 Edmund W. Campbell    Son    M        19        NJ
 Anson Camp            FIL    M        75        NJ
 Theresa T. Camp       MILO   F        70        NJ


   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     ED 15 P8B  175
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Atlantic City,, Ward 4
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Mqry P. Campbell      Heads WFJul1844 56W   10 6PA     NJ     NJ
 Charles G. Campbell   Son   WMMar1863 37M       NJ
 Willim C. Campbell    Son    MAug1873 27        NJ



Annie Campbell _
   mm ____ ___ __ Benjamin Chard _
   n. children from R_RM
      1880 Nov 4, Wm M, 8:10AM, Thurs, 1

Thomas Campbell _
   bm 1845
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ewing _, or Ewan
   bf 1848
   n. children and parents ages from R_RM
      1882 Nov 5, George, 1:10PM, Sun, 4
      1885 July 8(or 9?), Lizzie, 3-3/4PM, Wed, 5

William Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sophia Willets _
   n. children from R_RM
      1888 Jan 24, Bertha Mary, 11AM, Tues, 1

Eva Campbell _
   mm ____ ___ __ Emerson Dougherty _
   n. children from R_RM
      1889 June 6, Clarence, 12:45AM, Thurs, 1
      1894 March 3, Roy, 11PM, Sat, 2

Andrew Campbell _
   bm 1858 ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Lizzie Green _
   bf 1865
   n. children and parents ages from R_RM
   n. 1887 Jan 2, Edna, 12 AM, Sun, 1
      1889 June 22, Edgar, 9AM, Sat, 2; father Anderson
      1891 October 12, Leon A, 5:20AM, Mond, 3
      1896 April 1, Melvin, 5:40AM, Wed, 4
      1903 Oct 11, Herbert, 5:45PM, Sund

Bessie Campbell _
   mm ____ ___ __ Ezekiel Stephenson _
   bm 1881 ___ __
   n. children and parents ages from R_RM
      1903 April 1, Francis Campbell, 6PM, Wed, 1
      1904 Nov 21, Leon,
      1906 Nov 22, Earl, Thurs

George Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rae Dukes _
   n. children from R_RM
      1905 March 18, Hellen, 12-3/4AM, Sund, 1

Charles Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Brese _
   n. children from R_RM
      1909 June 17, Dead,
      1915 March 6, F, 5:45AM, Sat

Helen Campbell _
   bf 1905 ___ __ to
   mm ____ ___ __ John Young _
   bm 1897
   n. children and ages from R_RM
      1927 March 28, Raymond, 11AM, Mond, 3

D. D. Campbell _
   bm 1836
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R497 P192B L6 1776/1_13
      Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 21, John I. Bazila, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Bartlett           51M P. Collegiate School   8000NY
 Emely                      42F                            NY
 Cornelia V.                 9F                            NY
 Charlie T.                  7M                            NY
 Howard                      5M                            NY
 Mary E.                     4F                            NY
 .
 .
 D. D. Campbell             14M                            NY
 .
 .

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   n. 1747 November 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9217
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      BOSTON SCHOONER JOLLY ROBIN, WILLIAM Campbell,
   n. 1748 May 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9715
      SHIP NEWS.
      the Boyd, Campbell; all for Virginia.
   n. 1748 August 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9887
      Philadelphia, August 4. 1748. RUN away on the twenty seventh
      of July last, from Robert Arthur, of Little Creek Hundred,
      Kent county, two servant lads; one an Irishman, Abraham Long,
      about 18 years of age, a short, well set fellow, round
      shoulder, fair complexion, short black hair, talks pretty
      good English, can read and write well, & knows something of
      the Latin. The other a Scotch lad, named Duncan Campbell,
      about 16 years of age, short and slim, of a yellowish
      complexion, and talks good English. Abraham Long had on a blue
      cloth homespun jacket, lined with bluish coloured linsey
      woolsey, homespun to trowsers, two homespun shirts, old blue
      yarn stockings, and pretty good shoes, with white metal
      buckles in . Duncan Campbell had on and took with him, a
      whitish coloured homepsun cloth jacket, with a shag on it,
      lined one half with blue camblet, the other with linsey
      woolsey, with flat white metal buttons, homespun shirt, tow
      trowsers, and old shoes, with brass buckles in them that are
      not fellows. They have taken some money with them, but how
      much uncertain. Whoever takes them up, and secures them in any
      goal, so as they may be had again, shall have Five Pounds
      reward for both, or Fifty shillings for each, and reasonable
      charges, paid by ROBERT ARTHUR. N.B. They took their Indentures with them.
   n. 1748 September 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10008
      Philadelphia, Sept. 8. 1748. RUN away, on the 27th of last
      month, from Edward Means, of Middleneck, Cecil county,
      Maryland, an Irish servant man, named Archibald Campbell,
      about 28 years of age, and speaks bad English, he is slim and
      tall, of swarthy complexion, with short brown hair: Had on
      when he went away, an old felt hat, and old blue jacket, check
      shirt, and patched oznabrigs trowsers, and old shoes. Whoever
      takes up said servant and secures him, so that his master may
      have him again, shall have Forty Shillings reward, and
      reasonable charges, paid by Edward Means. N.B. All masters of
      vessels, and others, are forbid to carry him off, or harbour
      him, at their peril.
   n. 1748 September 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10072
      Philadelphia, September 29. 1748. To be sold by George Fling,
      A Likely young Negroe woman, has had the small pox and
      measles, and is very fit for town or country business. Enquire
      of Thomas Campbell, shopkeeper in Philadelphia.
   n. 1748 December 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10306
      Philadelphia, December 27. 1748. All persons indebted to the
      estate of Samuel Coates, shopkeeper, deceased, are desired to
      make immediate payment; and all who have any demands against
      the said estate, are requested to bring in their accounts,
      that they may be adjusted by his executrix. MARY COATES. N.B.
      To be sold cheap, for ready money, in Second street, next door
      to Thomas Campbell, sundry sorts of merchants goods,
      belonging to the aforesaid estate, she being determined to
      settle the affairs thereof with expedition.
   n. 1749 July 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10873
      TO be lett, for any term not exceeding eighteen years, a lot
      of ground, well fenced, in the Northern Liberties, within a
      mile of Franckford, and four miles from this city, containing
      ten acres of good land, one half of which is meadow ground, a
      run of water passing through it, a dam and ditch, partly made
      to water the meadow; it joins Robert Walland Elizabeth
      Pascallplantations. Enquire of Mary Coates, in Second
      Street, next door to Thomas Campbell. All persons indebted
      to the estate of Samuel Coates, are again desired to make
      speedy payment, or they may expect trouble.
   n. 1749 November 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #11275
      Run away from the subscriber, of Warwick township, Cecil
      county, Maryland, the 16th of this inst.. November, a likely
      Irish servant man, named John Campbell: Had on when he went
      away, a dark colourcoat, with a velvet cape, blue cloth
      jacket and breeches, a white flannel jacket, with black spots
      workin the same, a black wig, large brimmhat, good shoes
      and stockings, a white shirt, and speaks very good English.
      Whoever takes up said servant, and secures him, so as his
      master may have him again, shall have Three Pounds reward, and
      reasonable charges, paid by PRINCE SNOW. N.B. It is supposed
      he is gone in company with one Stephen Hill, a soldier, who is
      dressed in livery; and it is imaginthey will endeavour to
      make his discharge serve as a pass for both.
   n. 1750 August 30 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12138
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
      SNOW ANDERSON, HUGH Campbell, COWES. SLOOP SUCCESS. EPHRAIM JONES,
      ST. AUGUSTINE. DOVE, CHRISTIAN HIGGINS, NEW LONDON.
      BRIGT. NEPTUNE, HENRY DICKENSON, BARBADOS.
      BRIGT. GREGG, John Allen, Newfoundland.
   n. 1750 September 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #12231
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      ANDERSON, HUGH Campbell, VIRGINIA.
   n. 1728 November 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3
      TO be Sold very cheap, Ruggs, Blankets, Broad-Cloaths with
      Trimming suitable to it, Course and Fine Linnen, Men and
      Womens Worsted and Thread Stockins, and Cotton Capps,
      Hand-saws, Axes, Augers, Gimlets, &c. By Thomas Campbell,
      lately arrived from Ireland, at Samuel Keimerin Philadelphia.
   n. 1729 January 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #20
      TO be Sold very cheap, Ruggs, Blankets, Broadcloaths with
      Trimmings suitable to it, Course and Finer Linnen, Men and
      Womens Worsted and Thread Stockins, and Cotton Caps,
      Hand-saws, Axes, Augres, Gimlets, &c. By Thomas Campbell,
      lately arrived from Ireland, at Samuel Keimerin
      Philadelphia, where is likewise sold Molasses, very cheap.
   n. 1735 December 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2100
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.  MARYLAND LILLY, JAMES Campbell, JAMAICA
   n. 1737 March 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #2524
      LENT some time since a Book entitled Campbell'S VITRUVIUS
      BRITTANICOS, the Person who has it is desired to return it to
      the Printer hereof.
   n. 1740 February 13 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3873
      Perth Amboy, Jan. 21. 1739,40. WHEREAS in a Cause depending in
      the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, at the Suit of the
      Creditors and Legatees of Charles Dunstar, deceased, against
      Michael Kearney and James Alexander his Executors, upon Bill
      and Answer, it was on the eleventh Day of November last,
      adjudged, that the said Executors had Power, by the last Will
      of the said Charles Dunstar, and also by his second Codicil
      thereto annexed, to sell the read Estate whereof the said
      Charles Dunstar died seized, for the Payment of his Debts &
      Legacies: And it was then decreed by the said Court, that the
      said Executors do make Sale thereof accordingly. NOW in
      Obedience to the said Decree, and for Performance of the said
      Will and Codicil, which are recorded in the SecretaryOffice
      at Perth Amboy, Lib. B. of Wills, Fol. 37 to 43, the said
      Michael Kearney and James Alexander do hereby give Notice,
      That on the second Thursday of March next to come, at the Hour
      of Ten in the Forenoon, at the House of the Widow of Andrew
      Hay in Perth Amboy, they will expose to Sale at publick
      Vendue, to the highest Bidder or Bidders, the real Estate
      whereof the testator died seized, (except so much thereof as
      by his Will and Codicils he had specifically devised)
      consisting of the four following Particulars, viz. 1st. All
      that Propriety of East New Jersey, Right and Estate, which the
      Testator purchased of James Lord Drummond, by Deeds bearing
      Date the 16th and 17th of December, 1704, recorded in the
      SecretaryOffice at Perth Amboy, Lib. 1. 78 to 89. As to
      which the Executors by their said Answer say, That it appears
      by the Records that two Quarters of that Propriety were sold
      to other Persons, before their Testatorsaid Purchase. 2dly,
      All those three quarters of a Propriety of East New Jersey,
      and all the Right and Estate which the Testator purchased of
      Archibald Campbell and James Blackwood, by their Deeds bearing
      Date the 18th Day of February, 1708, 9, and Indorsements
      thereon, recorded in the SecretaryOffice at Perth Amboy, in
      Lib. D. No. 2. Fol. 102 to 106, and Lib E. No. 2. Fol. 298 to
      302. As to which the Executors by their said Answer say, That
      the Records do mention, That One Thousand Acres of this was
      sold to Scott of Pitlochy, before the TestatorPurchase; and
      say further, that the Testator sold and gave away by Deeds in
      his Life, a considerable Part of this Purchase, to Value in
      the said Answer mentioned. 3dly, All the TestatorRight to
      the One Half of the Estate formerly Joseph Ormstonin New
      Jersey, by a Deed in Michael KearneyHands, under a Deed
      from Commissioners of Bankrupt, which Estate is said to be the
      unappropriated Lands of Five Proprieties and a quarter of East
      Jersey, and of Two Proprieties in West Jersey. As to which the
      Executors by their said Answer say, because they know not
      whether the Statutes concerning Bankrupts do extend or not,
      and because of another Claim in the Answer mentioned, they are
      in doubt whether this be of any Value (tho'it cost the
      Testator above twice as much as all his other Purchases above
      mentioned) but such as it is the highest Bidder is to have it.
      4thly, All the TestatorRight to Six Hundred Acres of Land
      in East New Jersey, conveyed to him by James Armour, by a Deed
      in Michael KearneyHands. As to which the Executors by their
      Answer say, That a Part of this is claimed by other Persons;
      and therea Paper in Michael KearneyHands, purporting to
      be a Copy of a Bond from the Testator to James Armour, to pay
      him the third Part of the apprized Value of the said Lands in
      three Years, or re-convey it to him. Which Sayings of the
      Executors on the several above Particulars, will more fully
      and particularly by their said Answer appear, Reference being
      thereunto had. TERMS OF SALE. 1st. The four Particulars are to
      be set to Sale separately. 2dly. Each Deed is to contain an
      Exception of all that was conveyed thereof by the Testator in
      his Life, or those under whom he claimed, to any other Persons
      than the Testator, before the TestatorPurchases aforesaid
      respectively. 3dly. To contain also an Exception of such
      Estate therein as was specifically devised by the Testator, by
      his last Will aforesaid, and the several Codicils thereto
      annexed. 4thly. The Deeds are to contain Covenants against the
      Acts and Deeds of the Grantors only. And whereas if the
      Executors should sell upon Credit, it would be at their own
      Risque, and they answerable presently to the Creditors and
      Legatees for the Purchase Money, therefore they insist. 5thly.
      That the Purchase Money be paid down in New Jersey
      Proclamation Money. 6thly. But if the Purchaser has Right or
      Power to release a Debt due by the Testator, or shall procure
      a Release from One that has, it shall be allowed as ready
      Money. 7thly. Also if he who has a Right to a Legacy or
      Legacies, be a Purchasor, or can procure a Release of such,
      the Proportion coming for such Legacies, shall be allowed as
      ready Money. 8thly. If any of the four Particulars aforesaid
      shall fall by Bidding to any Person not immediately paying
      ready Money, or Discounting Debts or Legacies as aforesaid,
      his Purchase shall be not only void, but such Particular shall
      be again put up to Sale, and he by his Bidding and these
      Presents, assumes to pay all the Difference between the Sum by
      him bidden, and the Sum it shall be sold for in ready Money,
      with the Charges of such second Sale. If any Person, intending
      to be a Purchaser on the above Terms, desires further
      Information concerning the Premises, they may see the chief
      Part of what the Executors know concerning it, by their Answer
      in the said Suit, which they will find filed of Record in
      Chancery at Perth Amboy; or by a Copy thereof in each of the
      Executors Hands; and by a View of the Records at Perth Amboy,
      where most of them are recorded, of which the Book and Leaf
      shall be given them by the said Executors, as far as in their
      Power; and shall receive what further Information is in their
      Power to give. MICHAEL KEARNEY, JAMES ALEXANDER, Executors.
   n. 1740 May 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #3999
      Perth Amboy, April 4. 1740 WHEREAS in a Cause depending in the
      Court of Chancery of New Jersey, at the Suit of the Creditors
      and Legatees of Charles Dunstar, deceased, against Michael
      Kearney and James Alexander his Executors, upon Bill and
      Answer, it was on the eleventh Day of November last, adjudged,
      that the said Executors had Power, by the last Will of the
      said Charles Dunstar, and also by his second Codicil thereto
      annexed, to sell the read Estate whereof the said Charles
      Dunstar died seized, for the Payment of his Debts & Legacies:
      And it was then decreed by the said Court, that the said
      Executors do make Sale thereof accordingly. NOW in Obedience
      to the said Decree, and for Performance of the said Will and
      Codicil, which are recorded in the SecretaryOffice at Perth
      Amboy, Lib. B. of Wills, Fol. 37 to 43, the said Michael
      Kearney and James Alexander do hereby give Notice, That on the
      second Tuesday of August next, the day of the Supream Court,
      at the Hour of Ten in the Forenoon, at the House of the Widow
      of Andrew Hay in Perth Amboy, they will expose to Sale at
      publick Vendue, to the highest Bidder or Bidders, the real
      Estate whereof the testator died seized, (except so much
      thereof as by his Will and Codicils he had specifically
      devised) consisting of the following Particulars, viz. 1st.
      All that Propriety of East New Jersey, Right and Estate, which
      the Testator purchased of James Lord Drummond, by Deeds
      bearing Date the 16th and 17th of December, 1704, recorded in
      the SecretaryOffice at Perth Amboy, Lib. 1. 78 to 89. As to
      which the Executors by their said Answer say, That it appears
      by the Records that two Quarters of that Propriety were sold
      to other Persons, before their Testatorsaid Purchase. 2dly,
      All those three quarters of a Propriety of East New Jersey,
      and all the Right and Estate which the Testator purchased of
      Archibald Campbell and James Blackwood, by their Deeds bearing
      Date the 18th Day of February, 1708, 9, and Indorsements
      thereon, recorded in the SecretaryOffice at Perth Amboy, in
      Lib. D. No. 2. Fol. 102 to 106, and Lib E. No. 2. Fol. 298 to
      302. As to which the Executors by their said Answer say, That
      the Records do mention, That One Thousand Acres of this was
      sold to Scott of Pitlochy, before the TestatorPurchase; and
      say farther, that the Testator sold and gave away by Deeds in
      his Life, a considerable Part of this Purchase, to Value in
      the said Answer mentioned. 3dly, All the TestatorRight to
      six Hundred Acres of Land in East New Jersey, conveyed to him
      by James Armour, by a Deed in Michael KearneyHands, As to
      which the Executors by their Answer say, That a Part of this
      is claimed by other Persons; and therea Paper in Michael
      KearneyHands, purporting to be a Copy of a Bond from the
      Testator to James Armour, to pay to him the third Part of the
      apprized Value of the said Lands in three Years, or re-convey
      it to him. Which Sayings of the Executors on the several above
      Particulars, will more fully and particularly by their said
      Answer appear, Reference being thereunto had. TERMS OF SALE.
      1st. The Particulars above are to be set to Sale separately.
      2dly. Each Deed is to contain an Exception of all that was
      conveyed thereof by the Testator in his Life, or those under
      whom he claimed, to any other Persons than the Testators,
      before the TestatorPurchases aforesaid respectively. 3dly.
      To contain also an Exception of such Estate therein as was
      specifically devised by the Testator, by his last Will
      aforesaid, and the several Codicils thereto annexed. 4thly.
      The Deeds are to contain Covenants against the Acts and Deeds
      of the Grantors only. And whereas if the Executors should sell
      upon Credit, it would be at their own Risque, and they
      answerable presently to the Creditors and Legatees for the
      Purchase Money, therefore they insist. 5thly. That the
      Purchase Money be paid down in New Jersey Proclamation Money,
      or within a Fortnight affter the day of Day aforesaid. 6thly.
      But if the Purchaser has Right or Power to release a Debt due
      by the Testator, or shall procure a Release from One that has,
      it shall be allowed as ready Money. 7thly. Also if he who has
      a Right to a Legacy or Legacies, be a Purchasor, or can
      procure a Release of such, the Proportion coming for such
      Legacies, shall be allowed as ready Money. 8thly. If any of
      the four Particulars aforesaid shall fall by Bidding to any
      Person not paying ready Money, or Discounting Debts or
      Legacies as aforesaid, his Purchase shall be not only void,
      but such Particular shall be again put up to Sale, and he by
      his Bidding and these Presents, assumes to pay all the
      Difference between the Sum by him bidden, and the Sum it shall
      be sold for in ready Money, with the Charge of such second
      Sale. If any Person, intending to be a Purchaser on the above
      Terms, and desires further Information concerning the
      Premises, they may see the chief Part of what the Executors
      know concerning it, by their Answer in the said Suit, which
      they will find filed of Record in Chancery at Perth Amboy; or
      by a Copy thereof in each of the Executors Hands; and by a
      Sight of the Writings in their Hands respectively or by a View
      of the Records at Perth Amboy, where most of them are
      recorded, of which the Book and Leaf shall be given them by
      the said Executors, as far as in their Power; and shall
      receive what further Information is in their Power to give.
      N.B. Itagreed that the following Tracts, Part of the first
      particulars in the above Advertisement, be first set up to
      Sale separately, viz. 3500 Acres extending from the North
      Branch of Rariton to Pasaick River. 4000 Acres or thereabouts
      remaining of a Tract called 7500 Acres behind the Rariton
      Lots. 2500 Acres on the Road from Perth Amboy to Burlington,
      about 5 Miles beyond George Rescaricks. 500 Acres nearly
      remaining of 1000 Acres on the North Branch of Rariton. 1300
      Acres or thereabouts in the Bounds of Elizabeth Towns. 4 Acre
      Lots in Perth Amboy. Michael Kearney, James Alexander,
      Executors.
   n. 1741 January 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #4397
      LIST OF LETTERS, POST OFFICE,
      BENJAMIN ALLIBONE,...  ALL, HAVERFORD, UPPER PROVIDENCE, CHESTER COUNTY
      SELENA ALLEN, WIDOW BURROWS, JERSEYS, MARY BOURN, NORTHAMPTON EDMUND
      BOURNE, FORSTERS JOSIAH Campbell, POSTLTHWAITE, BRIDGET Campbell, LOWER
      FERRY, NICHOLAS Campbell, MERION, Campbell, BRIDGET Campbell, SPRINGFIELD
      MANOR, ELIZABETH DOUGHTY SWEDES CHURCH, MELOTAN,
      MARY FIELD, THUNDERHILL,
      HUMPHREY'S, GLOUCESTER,
      WATERMAN, KING,
   n. 1742 April 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5173
      RUN away about two Months ago, from Patrick Steward, Taylor,
      in New York, a Scotch Servant Man, named William Landram,
      about 28 years of Age, well set, fresh complexion; had on
      when he went away, a light grey homespun Suit of Cloaths, a
      fair Wig, a pair of large plain white metal Buckles. He may
      have other Cloaths on, for he took with him more than one
      Suit. Whoever secures said Servant, so that his Master, or
      Edward Graham, in New York, or Archibald Campbell, in
      Philadelphia, Joyner, may have him again, shall have Thirty
      Shillings Reward. N.B. If said Servant returns of his own
      Accord; Edward Graham assures him, he shall be pardonfor
      all that has past, and shall not be compellto serve any
      more Time than if he had not eloped.
   n. 1742 June 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5286
      Run away from Andrew Campbell, of Orange County, in Virginia,
      a Servant Man, named Stephen Holtstyn, aged about 33 years,
      tall and slender, swarthy complexion, and has a linnen coat,
      check Shirt, leather breeches, old Shoes, and brass Buckles;
      took with him a gray Horse, branded on the near Shoulder C,
      and on the Buttock M, a Gun, two Shirts, and a Hat; he went in
      Company with one Peter Watkins, Country born, wears a blue
      Jacket, and leather Breeches, old Shoes and Stockings. Whoever
      takes up said Runaways and brings them to the Subscriber
      hereof, on Opekin, in Orange County, aforesaid, shall have
      THREE PISTOLES Reward, and reasonable Charges, paid by Andrew
      Campbell.
   n. 1742 August 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #5382
      BOOKS, SOLD by B. FRANKLIN, at the Post office, in
      Philadelphia, Campbell ON MORAL VIRTUE,
   n. 1743 September 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6062
      VICTORY OVER FRANCE, HUNGARY, BAVARIA, SPANISH, PRUSSIA,
      .......... , LEGENIER, Campbell MAJOR GENERAL BLAND,
      BRIGADIER GENERAL ONSLOW, PULTENY AND HUSKE, KNIGHTS OF THE
      GARTER, MARSHAL NOALLES, BRITISH, HANNOVERIANS, AUSTRIANS,
      CASUALTIES
   n. 1744 November 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #6717
      JUST imported from London, in the Brigantine Argyle, John
      Seymour, Commander, and to be sold by Huston and Campbell, at
      their Store, in Front street, opposite to Samuel Hasel, Esq;
      for Ready Money or short Credit, Variety of European Goods,
      viz. Cordage of different sizes, russia duck, gun powder,
      privateering muskets, trading Guns, musket balls, lead, and
      small shot, oznabrigs, garlix, siletias, diaper and damask
      table cloths, lawns, kentings, cambricks, printed callicoes,
      coffees, china and persian taffatys, irish and scotch linnens,
      checks, silk, cotton and linnen handkerchiefs, fustians,
      camblets, ticking, short cloaks, superfine broad cloth in
      suits, with genteel trimmings, german serges, ready made
      surtout coats, carradary. tobines and Indiana for women
      gowns, womencalimanco, damask and silk shoes, tavern pipes,
      mohogeny looking glasses and sconces, pewter, green and bohea
      teas, pepper, worsted and thread hose, stoughton and daffy
      elixirs, hungary water, the famous turlingtonbalsam of
      life, with sundry haberdashery, cutlary, stationary and
      ironmongry ware, too tedious to mention.
   n. 1746 February 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #7662
      Philadelphia, February 18. 1745-6. RUN away the 26th of
      November last, from Major Andrew Campbell, Esq; of Frederick
      county, Virginia, a convict servant man, named James How, an
      English man, about five feet nine inches high, well set and
      thick; he has brown hair, a large thick beard, and the crown
      of his head bald. Had on when he went away, a new beaver hat,
      a new great coat of a dark colour, no buttons to it, an old
      figures dimity coat of a brown colour, an old blur camlet
      jacket, an old ragged shirt, old pair leather breeches, pair
      of thick coarse stockings, country made shoes. He took with
      him a small black horse, with a small star in his forehead,
      branded on the off buttock AC, and on the near shoulder H, and
      near buttock G, (to the best of my memory) an a breasted
      saddle, with a red plush seat, and a red plush housing with
      fringe. Whoever takes up the said run-away, and delivers him
      to his said Master, or any other person, so as he may be had
      again, shall have forty shillings sterling reward, and
      reasonable charges paid by me, ANDREW Campbell.
   n. 1747 May 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #8663
      Philadelphia, May 7. 1747. Deserted from Captain John Diemer
      company of foot, now lying at Albany, the following men, viz.
      William Echard, born in Germany, aged 33 years, and lived in
      Lancaster. Nicholas Fye, a German, and lived also in
      Lancaster. Jacob Wirt, and George Fantz, Germans, both lived
      on Society Hill, Philadelphia Joseph Shaw, Dennis Carrol,
      Roger Mountain, John Burns. alias Philip Campbell, all
      Irishmen, lived in Lancaster County. James Lackey, an
      Irishman, a short, thick, well set William Hart, an
      Englishman, lived near Germantown, by trade a sawyer. Anthony
      Bushong, lived in Lancaster county, by trade a cooper. George
      Groff, Johannes Rittenbaum, and George Rerer, Germans, lived
      at Tolpehocken. Arthur Macdonald, an Irishman, by trade a
      tinker. Isaac Daniel, an Irishman, lived near Germantown.
      Whoever takes up and secures any of the said deserters, and
      gives information to the Subscriber, at the Post Office,
      Philadelphia, or to the said Capt. Diemer, so that they may be
      brought to his company, shall have Three Pounds reward for
      each. W. FRANKLIN.
   n. 1747 August 27 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9003
      Lancaster, August 7. 1747. To be sold by publick vendue, on
      the 8th of September next, to the highest bidder, A Messuage,
      plantation and grist mill, lately belonging to Baptist Clark,
      in Hanover township, on Monody Creek, containing 170 acres of
      land, about 20 thereof cleared. Another plantation, about a
      mile distant from the said mill, containing about 160 acres,
      about 40 thereof clear. The sale to be between eleven and
      four in the afternoon of the same day at the said mill. And on
      the ninth day of September next there will be exposed to sale,
      a messuage and plantation in Pennsborough township, lying
      between Andrew Miller and the mill formerly John Campbell,
      containing 150 acres of land, 20 whereof cleared. The said
      plantations, mills, &c. taken in execution to satisfy a debt
      against the said Baptist Clark, on a judgment obtained by
      Thomas Lightfoot and John Smith, merchants in Philadelphia.
      Attendance will be given at the times and places aforesaid, by
      me. James Sterret, Sheriff N.B. The purchaser of any of the
      above plantations, paying one third part of his purchase money
      at the time of sale, will be given three months credit for the
      residue.
   n. 1747 October 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9154
      Philadelphia, October 15. 1747. HUGH HODGES, Tobacconist, is
      removed from his house in Water street, next door to Capt.
      Hopkins, to the house where the widow Harper lived, next
      door to Mr. Thomas Campbell, opposite to the Court house.
   n. 1747 October 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9164
      CUSTOM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA
      PETER GODFREY, BARBADOS JOLLY ROBIN, WILLIAM Campbell, ANTIGUA
   n. 1747 November 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #9258
      CAPTAIN RICHARD STYLES, NEW PROVIDENCE, HURRICANE, FRENCH,
      PRIVATEER, CAPT. RICHARD THOMPSON, SPANISH SHIP, KING GEORGES
      WAR, MILITARY, WAR WITH SPAIN, JAMAICA, PHILADELPHIA, VESSEL
      FROM FREDERICA, CAPT. Campbell'S SCHOONER OF PORT ROYAL,
      CAPTAIN WRIGHT, REV.. MR. WHITEFIELD ARRIVED IN TOWN FROM THE
      NORTHWARD,

   n. 1791 November 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #77902
                           Philadelphia, 26th Oct. 1791.
                              Secretary's Office.
      choose other lands, instead of those that they have lost as
      aforesaid.
      A.I. DALLAS,
      Secretary of the Commonwealth.
                                    RETURN
      of that part of the
      TENTH DISTRICT of PENNSYLVANIA
      DONATION LANDS,
      That, on running the Northern Boundary, were
      found to lie without the state.
      Taken from the General Draft of the said
      District, returned to the late Supreme
      Executive Council.
      RANK NO. Quantity
      PATENTEES in the of of
      ARMY Lots the lots
      --------------- -------- ---- --------
      John Shaw Private 2088 200
      John Smith Private 2092 200
      William Scott Private 2094 200
      David Crowley do. 2140 200
      Robert Campbell do. 2146 200
      Thomas Campbell Lieut. 2149 200
                  The following is a List of Surveys, through
                   which the Northern Boundary-Line passes,
                   and cuts off a considerable Part of them.
      Rank No. Quantity
      PATENTEES in the of in each
      Army Lots Lot
      ------------ ------ ---- --------
      Phil. Boehm, assign.
      Matthew Smith Ditto 1959 200
      Lots not drawn,
      3 of 500 each, 1500
      1 of 300 300
      3 of 250 750
      24 of 200 4800
      ----
      7,350
      -----------
      Amount of Lots drawn, 31,000
      DANIEL BROADHEAD, S.G.


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John Campbell _
   mf 1772 Nov 29 Mary Tregg _ NJ_SCGD P38 Cambell Records of Trinity P. E.
      Church, Swedesboro.  NJ_GCMR P211.

George Campbell _
   n. History of Cape May County, NJ.
      "To His Excellency William Livingston, Esqr. Governor,.  Captain General,
      and Commander in Chief, in and over the State of New Jersey, &c.:
      "The Petition of Sundry of the Inhabitants of Cape May- County.
      "Humbly Showeth "That your petitioners .....
      ...
      1778 Mar   .... George Campbell, ......
   n. History of Cape May County, NJ.
      Oath of Allegiance.  "I do sincerely profess and swear, I do not hold
      myself bound by allegiance to the King of Great Britain  so help me God.
      I do sincerely profess and swear, that I do and will bear true faith and
      allegiance to- the government established in this State, under the
      authority of the people  so help me God. May 27th, 1778.
      John Taylor, Thomas Gandy, ... George Campbell, ...

_ Campbell _
 with
   George W _     Duncan _       Benjamin _
   b              b              b

George W. Campbell _
   ld 1784 Mar 09 NJ_GCDR p51,52
      Grantor: Thomas Demming, Sheriff of Glou. Co., NJ
      Grantee: George W. Campbell of Deptford Twp.
      Transaction:  Bldg & lot on the southeast side of Main St., Woodbury, Co.
      and Twp. afsd. more....
   dm 1798 Sep 02.  NoOG.
   n. 1800 Oct 01 FHS "Introduced to Duncan Campbells father who looked like his
      son the late Doctor Geo. W. Campbell.  On 10/3 mentions Benjamin brother
      of Duncan.
 with

Duncan Campbell _
   n. 1807 Dec 13 Ebenezer Lummis dec'd at Duncan Campbells over ye way.
   ld 1809 Apr 25 written by FHS. NoOG.
      Grantor: Duncan Campbell
      Grantee: Richard Snowden
      Transaction: $2,800 for house and lot.
   dm 1813 Jan 10
      1813 Feb 27 Duncan Campbell deceased 10th ult. NoOG.

Cunningham Campbdll _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth E. Champion
   bf 182[89] Mr `14 to william Champion _ , Elizabeth Ingersol in Cape May, NJ.
   df 1924 Feb 15 at 96Y in Pleasant Plains, Sangamon, IL
      FS.O  FN MN as above.1924 Feb 17 at Pleasant Plains,   DFN 4007935

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   n. NOT Campbell, BUT RAMMEL

Elizabeth Kamel _
   bf 1786 Apr 30 to Jacob et ux Ann _ NJ_SCGD P38
   n. note the Rammel's in book 2.

Maria Magdalena Kamel _
   bf 1787 Mar 04 to Maria Magdalena (Kamel) dau Simon and Elisabeth _
      NJ_SCGD P38.
   n. note the Rammel's in book 2.

Martin Kamel _
   bm 1787 Mar 04 to Martin (Kamel) son Simon and Elisabeth _ NJ_SCGD P38
   n. note the Rammel's in book 2.
   mf ____ ___ __ Isabel
   dm 1850 Apr 08 at 63.1.8 NJ_SCGD B2 P311

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Rachel Camel _
   mm 1779 Nov 06 John Clunny _ NJ_SCGD P45

Elizabeth Cammel _
   mm 1683 Jan 08 Anthony Dickson _ NJ_SCGD P65
   wm 1700 Feb 12 Anthony Dickson of Greenwich rec 1701 Sep 04 Wf. Elizabeth,
      Chd. James, Martha, Daniel and Anthony. NJ_SCGD P65 (additional data).

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Barzillai Camel _
   mf 1806 Aug 09 Beulah King _. NJ_BuCMR P41

Arthur Campbell _
   mf 1764 Sep 13 Mary Esdall _ he of Philadelphia. NJ_BuCMR P41.

Benjamin Campbell _
   mf 1834 Feb 01 Bersheba Gibbs _. NJ_BuCMR P41.

Frederick Campbell _
   n. 1801 ___ __ NJ, Burlington Co., Oyer & Terminer Ct., Indictment
      The State vs Frederick Campbell., Indictment for Larceny.
      et True Bill.  Job Lippincott, Foreman.
      Frederick Campbell, late of Burlington Twp., Co. of Burlington, NJ,
      Cordwainer on 1801 July 30 with force & arms one Coffee Handkerchief of
      the value of 30 cents of the goods and Chattels of Benjamin Blackford this
      and these being found, did that take and carry away against the form of
      the act of the legislature in such case made and provided and against the
      peace of the State, the Government and Dignity of the same.
      A. D. Woodruff, Atty. Genl.

Jeremiah Campbell _
   mf 1798 Mar 15 Unity Thomas _. NJ_BuCMR P41.

John Campbell _
   mf 1765 Jun 10 Mary Eyre _. NJ_BuCMR P41.

Jonathan Campbell _
   mf 1776 Feb 05 Rachel Bogart _. NJ_BuCMR P41.

Price Campbell -
   bm 1820
   mf
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772  V    E    P49A  L  4576
      NJ, Burlington Co., Bordentown
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Price Campbell                M 60   Self       M  Grocer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary A.Campbell               F 62   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Letiti Cook                   F 32   SD                                                              NJ
 Annie Cook                    M 12   SGD                                                             NJ
 Frank Cook                    M 10   SGS                                                             NJ
 Tilley Cook                   F  9   GD                                                              NJ
 Walter Cook                   M  3   GS                                                              NJ


Joseph Campbell _
   bm 1817 in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772  V    E    P239D L  1748
      NJ, Burlington Co., Riverton
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Joseph Campbell               M 63   Self       M  Canned Goods Manufacturer                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Sarah Campbell                F 58   Wife                                                            PA
 Etta M. F. Campbell           F 28  Dau                                                             PA
 Elizabeth B. Campbdll         F 16  Dau                                                              PA
 A. B. Campbll                 F 88  Dau                                                              PA



Robert Campbell _
   n. 1802 Aug __ NJ, Burlington Co., Oyer & Terminer Ct., Indictment
      The State vs Robert Campbell., Indictment for assault on John Wortmann.
      et True Bill. Richard Cox, Foreman.
      Defendant pleaded guilty and fined $3.00
      Burlington to wit The Grand Inquest for the State of New Jersey upon their
      respective Oath and Affirmation present that Robert Campbell late of the
      Township of Evesham in the County of Burlington Labourer.
      1802 August 05 with force and arms at the Twp. of Evesham in the Co. of
      Burlington and within the jurisdiction of this court in and upon one
      John Wortmann in the peace of God and of the said State then and there
      bring an assault did make and him the said John then and there did beat
      and illtreat and other wrongs to the said John then and there did, to the
      great damage of the said John.  against the form of the Statute of such
      Case made and provided and against the peace of this State the Government
      and Dignity of the same.
      A. D. Woodruff Atty. Genl.  (no wonder lawyers are a mess.  read this).
   mf 1807 Jun 15 Mary Reed _. NJ_BuCMR P41.

William Campbell _
   bm 1800
   mf ___ ___ __ Margaret
   bf 1810
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443     L5  71/74
      NJ, Burlington Co., Mansfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Campbell           50M                            NJ
 Margaret Campbdll          40F                            NJ
 Mary Campbell              17F                            NJ
 Jane Campbell              12F                            NJ
 Margaret Campbell          10F                            NJ
 John Campbell               8F                            NJ
 Susan Campbell              6F                            NJ
 Andrew Campbell             0F                            NJ



Robert Campbell _
   bm 1803
   mf 1828 Feb 02 Ann Clayton _. NJ_BuCMR P41.
   bf 1806 in NJ
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P95 L21.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Northampton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Campbell          /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Robert)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Ann)____________________ 20-29FW
 (Joshua)_________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R248 P216 L7.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Northampton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Cambell           /1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Robert)_________________ 30-39MW
 (Ann)____________________ 30-39FW
 (Joshua)_________________ 10-14MW
 (Theodore)_______________ 05-09MW
 (Amelia)_________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 (Charles Judson Campbell) 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R443 P425A L9  447/473.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Mt. Holly Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Robert Campbell            47M Farmer                     NJ
 Ann       "                44F                            NJ
 Joshua    "                20M Boatman                    NJ
 Theodore  "                19M Boatman                    NJ
 Amelia    "                16F                            NJ
 Charles Judson  "          13M                            NJ       S
 Mary C. Ellison             6F                            NJ       S
 with Ann

   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772  V    E    P416B  L  1209
      NJ, Burlington Co., Northampton
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Ann Campbell                  F 74   Self       W                                                    NJ
 Theo. Campbll                 M 49   Son                                                             NJ
 Amelia Campbell               F 46   Dau                                                             NJ

 with
   Theodore _     Charleas J _   Amelia _
   b183105        b1837          b1834          b              b

Joshuu L. Campbell_
   bm 1829
   mf ____ ___ __ Annie E.
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R773  V    E    P433  L  2743
      NJ, Burlington Co., Noorthampton
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Joshua L. Campbell            M 51   Self          Carpenter                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Anniue E. Cmpbell             F 48   Wife      M                                                     NJ
 Ella V. Campbell              F 23   Dau                                                             NJ
 George Campbell               M 11   Son                                                             NJ
 Jennie Campbell               F  5   Dau       S   At School                                         NJ          NJ          NJ



Theodore Campbell _
   bm 1831 May __ Robert Campbell _ et ux Ann
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
   bf 1833           NJ
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R      ED27    P3A   65
      NJ, Burlington Co., Northampton (renamed Mt. Holly in 1931) Twp.  Dist. 2
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Theodore Campbell     Head  WMMay1831 69M 18    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Sarah Campbell        Wife  WFNov1833 67M 18 0 0NJ     NJ     NJ
 Ameliia Campbell      SisterWFJan1835 65S       NJ
 Lawrence Campbell     NephyewM        16        NJ


Charles J. Campbdll _
   bm 1837 ___ __ to Robert Campbdll_ et ux Ann in in  NJ, Burlington Co.,
      Northampton
   dm 1853 Sep 15 at 16Y single in  NJ, Burlington Co., Northampton
      FS.O  B06650-1

Amelia Campbell _
   bm 1837 ___ __ to Robert Campbdll_ et ux Ann in in  NJ, Burlington Co.,
      Northampton

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George Campbell _
   bm
   mf
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R      ED27    P8A   198
      NJ, Burlington Co., Northampton (renamed Mt. Holly in 1931) Twp.  Dist. 2
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 George Campbell       Head  WM          M  8    NJ     NJ     NJ
 JUulia Campbell       Wife   F        50M  8 5 4NJ     NJ     NJ
 George Campbell       Son    M         7M       NJ
 Roscoe Brown          StepsonM        18M       NY


Joseph  Campbdll _
   bm 1832
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P     L22 119/120.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Westhampton  .
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Wolman             46M                            NJ
 Eliza B. Wolman            50F                            NJ
 Sarah Wolman               11F                            NJ
 Hestor Clifford            50F                            NJ
 Joseph Campbell            18M                            NJ
 George Alberson            13M                            NJ

Joseph Campbell _
   bm 1830
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P     L34 243/250.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Westhampton  .
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Stiles              41M                            NJ
 Rebecca Styiles            41F                            NJ
 Mary Stiles                16F                            NJ
 Samuel Stiles              13M                            NJ
 Emelin Stiles              10F                            NJ
 Matilda Sties               8F                            NJ
 Joseph Campbell            20M                            NJ
 Michael M. Doolen          13M                            NJ
 John Patterson             23M                            NJ
 Ellen Gallagher            40F                            NJ

Thomas Campbell _
   mf 1797 Jan 08 Elizabeth Baker _. NJ_BuCMR P41.

William Campbell _
   mf 1879 Jul 06 Rebecca Dougherty _, he of Philadelphia. NJ_BuCMR P41.

Eliza Cammel _
   mm 1829 Sep 03 Anthony Baker _ NJ_BuCMR P15

Esther Campbell _
   mm 1783 Jan 06 William Lanin _ NJ_BuCMR P137.  Lannis, both of Burlington.
      NJA P83.

Hannah Campbell _
   mm 1766 May 28 William Boulton _ NJ_BuCMR P26

Hope Cammel _
   mm 1800 Jun 21 John Foster _ NJ_BuCMR P84
   n. probably sister of Rachel who mm Job Foster.

Thomas Campbell _
Hannah Campbell _
   n. 1778 May 26.NJA_COW
      Bishop, Samuel, of Cape May Co. Int.
      Adm'x Sarah Bishop. Fellowbondsman  Reuben Ludlam; both of said Co.
      Witnesses  Hannah Campbell and Hance Petersen
      1778 May 26. Inventory, 105.15.3, made by Hance Peterson and
      Thomas Campbell. Lib. 22, p. 41.

Rachel Campbell _
   mm 1808 Oct 20 Job Foster _ NJ_BuCMR P84
   n. probably sister of Hope who mm John Foster.

Daniel Campbell _
   n. 1857 Sep __ NJ, Burlington Co., Oyer & Terminer Ct., Indictment
      The State vs Daniel Campbell., Indictment for assault and battery.
      A True Bill. James S. Hulme, Foreman.
      Defendant pleaded not guilty, tried and found Guilty. G. S. Garrison, Aty.
      Burlington County, to wit: The Grand Inquest for the State of New Jersey,
      and for the body of the county of Burlington, upon their respective oath
      and affirmation
         Present, That Daniel Campbell, late of the township of Bordentown in
      the county of Burlington, 1857 Jun 20 with force and arms at the twp. afsd
      in an upon Dora Twobey?  .....
      G. S. Garrison, Pros. Att'y.  Witness: Dora Twobey, Elijas Sullivan.



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Charles Camel _
   mf 1750 Jan 22 Susanna Francis _. NJ_GCMR/A P6.

Susanna Campbell _
   bf 1771 Dec 02 in NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
   mm~1790 ___ __ Joel Stewart _
   bm 1763 Mar 02 to John Stewart _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Arvin _) Stewart in NJ,
   n. Provided by Glenn Bingham:
      1788 Dec 01
      Wwill of John Stewart 1733-1789. & proved 18 Feb 1789.
      "John Stewart of Great Egg Harbor Township of Gloucester County,yeoman,
      to wife Sophia, 1/3 of my moveable estate and as much immoveable estate as
      the law allows. Son John to recieve the homestead with 1/3 of the swamp
      and meadow beginning at the meadow line and running up the fast land up
      the swamp to Cedar Causeway, likewise five acres of meadow which is on the
      Great Meadows. Son William, all the land above the main road which is on
      the south side of the Cedar Branch and 1/3 of the swamp,that piece which
      is below the bank be it more or less. Son Joel all my upland on either
      side of the Branch with 1/3 of the swamp, his piece begins adjoining
      William's and a piece of the meadow which is within the bank adjoining
      Japhet Ireland's line and likewise the 30 acres of swamp and upland which
      I own at Channel's Run. Daughter Jane 5 shillings of lawful money.
      Daughter Sarah 5 shillings lawful money, my reason for leaving them no
      more is because they had their portions before. Daughter Hannah a bed and
      desk which are up in the country. Son Scobe, 20 lawful money to be taken
      out of the moveable estate and I order the Executors to put him to a trade
      when he is fourteen years old. Son Isaac 5 lawful money. Grandson
      Ely  if there is as much after all the rest is paid and if there is any
      left after all is paid, then the remainder is to equally divided between
      my daughters, Hannah, Scobey, Isaac, and Ely. It is to be observed that
      the land and meadows and swamp which I give to my three sons, John,
      William and Joel, I also give unto their heirs and assigns and that
      forever. I appoint my two sons John and Joel to be my Executors of this
      my last Will and Testament.
      Executors:sons John and Joel.
      Witnesses: David Sayrs, John Taylor, Nathaniel Burton Mills.
      1789 February 18 Inventory 54.9.0 made by Thomas Champion and David Sayrs.
      Lib. 30, p. 129.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census R81 P157 L
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joel Steward_____________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census R252 P140
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joel Stewart_____________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
   df 1845 Jun 05 (or 1847 by RTH)
   dm 1849 Feb 18 at 85Y in NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp. and
      1849 Feb 21 interred at NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp., Porchtown,
      Zion UMC cemetery.
   n. Daughter Ann/Nancy m David R. Veal  df 1865 Nov 18
 with Joel Stewart _
   Ann _
   b17931129

John Campbell _
   mf 1754 Oct 09 Jane Dickson _ NJ_GCMR/A P6.

Hannah Camel
   mm 1831 Jan 22 James Ashcraft _ NJ_GCMR P33

Susannah Cammel
   mm 1784 Dec 01 James Wilson _ of Galloway. NJ_GCMR/A P26.  NJA P83.

Susannah Cammel
   mm 1813 Aug 19 Christopher Bakeley _ NJ_GCMR P34

Francis A. Campbll _
   bm 1827 Jan In NJ to parents b in NJ.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P412D L 1764
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Mullica Hill
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Francis A. Campbell           M 53   Self       M  Undertaker                                        NJ          NJ          NJH
 Amanda E. Campbell            F 51              N                                                    NJ
 Joseph S. Campbell            M 25                                                                   NJ
 Laura Campbell                F 15                                                                   NJ


 with
   Abigail A _
   b

Ann Campbell _
   mm 1870 Apr 03 Henry M. Pierce _ NJ_GCMR P150

Christiana Campbell _
   mm 1845 Jan 08 Charles Barton _ NJ_GCMR P36

Ellen C. Campbell _
   mm 1868 Dec 27 George English _ NJ_GCMR P81

Martha Campbell _
   mm 1809 Jun 10 Edward Davis _ NJ_GCMR P69

Melissent Campbell _
   mm 1799 Dec 04 Charles Bayley _ NJ_GCMR P38

Nancy Campbell _
   mm 1816 Oct 19 Leonard Bebee _ NJ_GCMR P38

Sarah Ann Campbell _
   mm 1838 Dec 27 Joseph Shuster _ NJ_GCMR P169

Susan Campbell _
   mm 1840 Sep 26 Ralph Porch _ NJ_GCMR P152

Mary Campel _
   mm 1841 Jun 03 William Patten Lea _ NJ_GCMR P122

Archibald Campbell _
   mf 1809 Nov 23 Rebecca Shackles _ NJ_GCMR P50

Felix F. Campbell _
   mf 1868 Nov 12 Almira Dorson _ NJ_GCMR P51

John Campbell _
   wm 1842 Feb 18  B_C P532
      1842 Mar 17 Probate

John Campbell _
   wm 1873 May 03  B_H P1
      1883 Aug 17

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John Campbell _
   ld 1685 Jul 9 http://www.branchburg.nj.us/Info/historic.htm
      Grantor: was licensed by the Governor
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: to "settle upon the South Branch of the Raritan River... if
      he can peaceably agree with the Indians and there to make settlement as
      well as for himself as Capt. Andrew Hamilton and Mr. John Doby, till the
      same can be purchased or that the division line between this province and
      the Province of West New Jersey be run." John Dobie sent a number of
      servants over to clear the land and establish his plantation. For each one
      that he Sent, he received "headrights" of land, but it is not known if he
      ever came to the new world. See: John Campbell: and The Lords Proprietors.

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                                 NJ, BERGEN CO. BEGIN


LINKAGE BEGIN 04 William Campbell/Elizabeth Demarest
                  data from Cheryl Chandler & Carol at Genforum.Y

John Campbell _
   n. w. 1744-5 Jan 29 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30  XXX.
      Board. Cornelius, of Bergen Co., yeoman; will of.
      Trustees to sell lands in Essex and Morris, purchased of Wm. Davenport,
      and all land "above the small tract that I formerly sold to the Oggdins,
      called the 'Falls in the County of Bergen.' " Wife, Elizabeth. Eldest son.
      James, and his heirs, the home-plantation at Ringwood, on the west side of
      Long Pond River; likewise small tract lying between said place and
      Philip Pico, on east side of said River.  Son, David, and his heirs, that
      part of my plantation in the Fork of the Long Pond River and the
      eastermost part of the Iron Works, or Furnace River. Son, Joseph, and his
      heirs. Daughters: Elizabeth, Shusanah, Sarah and Martha.
      Exec.: son, Joseph. Trustees: Jonathan Davis and Joseph Bartram.
      Wit.: Robert Sturgeon, Joseph Bartram, Gerrit Fitzgarril.
      1747 Sep 15  proved.  Lib. E, p. 97.
      1747, Oct. 1. Administration granted to James Board, eldest son, as
      Joseph Board.
      Exec. named, was 10 years old and Elizabeth, the widow, had renounced her
      right. Fellow bondsmen: Joseph Bartram, of Ringwood, Jonathan Davis, of
      Newark, Essex Co.
      Wit.: David Ogden, Uzal Ogden. Lib. E, p. 100.
      1747 Sep 27 (filed 1760 Dec 11 ). Inventory of personal estate (#633.4.9),
      includes sword, #1, 2 negroes, #100, wheat, notes, bonds, and book debts
      as follows : John Phillips, Zacharia Baldwin, Caleb Ward, Elisha Kent,
      Nathaniel Cogswell, Ebinezar Kilburn, John Baldwin, Mary Howel,
      Adam Dickason, John Cambel, Christopher Frampton, Samuel Salter,
      Nathaniel Calkin, Martha Potts, Josiah Baldwin, James Chadwick,
      Daniel Dod, Stephen Coartland, Richard Day, David Michal, George Ryason,
      Jr., Caleb Person, John Bruin, Joseph Bruin, George Ryason, Sr.,
      Mathew Scain, Paul Lenard, Archibel Glandining, Robert Arvin, John Howil,
      Wm. Hains, Josiah Church, Robert Dummin, Jacob Mead, Samuel Johnson,
      John Johnson, Thos. Johnson, Jesse Ford, Coonrod Lions, Abraham Mowris,
      Joseph Hogan, Wm. Taylor, Domini Cornili, Owin Rablin, David Johnson,
      Samll. Catham, John Richards, Jacob Wess, Oliver Hadden, John Hill,
      Jacob Pitsort, Thos Day. Appraisers: Joseph Bartram, Jacob Insoez (?),
      David Ogden. Jr.

Archibald Campbell _
   n. w. 1779 Jun 16 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Van Embnrgrh, Gilbert, of New Barbadoes, Bergen Co.; will of.
      Wife, Cathrin, a sufficient support out of my real estate.  To
      Gilbert Van Emburgh, son of my brother, Simon, #50, when he comes of age.
      To Archd. Campbell, Jr., son of Archd. Campbell, inn keeper. In
      Hackensack, #40, when he Is 21. To my friend, Archd.  Campbell, of
      New Barbadoes, innholder, rest of estate.
      Exec.: friends, Archibald Campbell and Guilliam Bertolf.
      Wit.: Jacob Bouwer, Jr., James Cutter, Thomas Shepherd.
      1784 Mar 24 Proved Lib. M, p. 248.
 with
   Archibald _

Robert Campbell _
   bm
   n. w. 1793 Feb 26 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Smith, Job, Sr., of Suaucas [Secaucus], Bergen Co.; will of.
      Daughter, Cornelia, wife of John Smith, #650, also, 2 lots at
      Bergen Point, 1 undivided 1/18 part of Ferry lot at Bergen Point, right to
      meadow held in common with brother, Daniel Smith, lot of land near the
      three pidgeons, from the road back to Crum Kill, % of lands in Queens
      County, Long Island, and % of residue.  Son, Job, all houses and lands at
      Suaucas southward of division line between me and my brother,
      Daniel Smith, and ^^ of cedar swamp north of the road from Suaucas Island
      to Bergen woods, ^ of lands in Queens County, Long Island, also, all
      personal out of doors, and grapes and corn growing on lands at my decease,
      with V2 of residue.
      Exec.: son, Job, and nephew, John Smith, husband of daughter Cornelia.
      Wit.: Daniel Smith, Edward W. Earle and Robert Campbell.
      1793 Jul 01 Proved. Lib. 33, p. 155; File 2317B.


William Campbell 10
   bm 1718 Jul 20 in Ulster, Ireland.
   mf 1736 Aug 19 Elizabeth Demarest 10 of Schraalenburgh.
   bf 1715 Apr 03 to David Demarest 09 et ux Matic (nee DeBaun 09) Demarest in
      Schralalenburg, Bergen Co., NJ.  He b16811003, d1760 and she b16900504,
      d17521026
   n. Resided on 33 acres near the Old Bridge in Hackensack Twp.
   n. w. 1742 June 23 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Demarest, David, of Hackinsack, Bergen Co.; will
      of. Wife, Maatie, use of whole estate. Son, Samuel, broad axe.
      Sons, Christian and Jacob, my land, except that part I gave to daugh-
      ter, Elizabeth, where she lives. Second son, Joast, has had #50.
      Daughter, Mary, wife of Thomas Eckeson, #7. Daughter, Elizabeth,
      wife of William Camel, the deed for her house lot. Daughter, Mary,
      #30. Daughter, Sarah Demarest, #30. Daughter, Rachel Demarest,
      #30. Youngest dau., Annatie Demarest, #30. The bonds of my broth-
      er-in-law, Jacobus Pike, and cousin, David Demarest, to be paid.
      Exec: wife, Maatie.
      Wit.: Andres V. Boskerk, David Demarest and Simon Demarest.
      1761 Feb 13 Proved
      1761 Feb 10 Bond of Christian Demarest, of Hackinsack, as
      Adm'r, with will annexed. (The wife, Martie, had lately died. The
      eldest son, Samuel, refused to act as Adm'r). Lib. G, p. 374.
   n. w. 1760 May 28 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      van Horn, liuykes, of Hackensack; will of.
      Wife [not named]. Children: Marytye, Jannitje, Gritye, Elsye, Sietsye,
      Annatye, Angenitye and Rachel. House and land on both sides of
      the highway. Personal estate.
      Exec.: David van Buskerk and Peter Demarest, Jr.
      Wit.: William Campbell, Dr. Abraham van Horn and William van Horn.
      1760 Jun 19 oroved. Lib. G, p. 234.
      1760 Jun 18 Inventory. #113.13.0, by Johannes Demarest and
      William Campbell.
   n. w. 1754 May 06 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Demarest, Simon, of Hackinsack in Bergen Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Vroutie, use of real and personal while widow.  Eldest son, Samuel,
      28 shillings. Son, Cornelius, land at Rindageamak, which I had of
      David Ackerman. Youngest son, Jacob, land where my improvements are, on
      which I live. Son, Daniel, my loom.  Four sons, Daniel, John, David and
      Petres, land I bought of Nicholas Ackerman, at Ridageamack. Son, Daniel,
      being lame, is to have a negro boy to do his work. Daughter, Catelentie,
      wife of Sibe Banta, #60, and daughter, Maria, wife of Nicholas Ackerman,
      #60, and eldest son, Samuel, #60 from the sale of personal estate, but,
      if it is not sufficient, then must be made up by my sons, Cornelius,
      Daniel, John, David, Petres and Jacob.
      Exec.: wife, Vroutie, and my two eldest sons, Samuel and Cornelius.
      Wit.: Theodore Valleau, William Campbell and Albert Zabriskie.
      1761 Apr 08 Proved.  Lib. G, p. 423.
   n. w. 1760 Jun 13 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Campbell, William, of Orange Co., N. Y. Int.
      Bond of Hendrick Kipp, of Bergen Co, as Adm'r; Reynier van Giesend
      fellowbondsman. Berg-en Wills, 441 B.
   n. w. 1784 Jun 08 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Johnson, Robert, of Orange Co., N. Y. Int.
      Adm'r: John Coleman, of said place, yeoman.
      Fellowbondsman: Archibald Campbell, of Bergen Co., innholder.
      Wit: Joost Beam.  Lib. M, p. 277.
   n. w. 1770 May 03 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Speer, Hendrick,  of Bergen Co. Int.a
      Adm'r: Hendrick Speer. Bondsman: William Campbell; both of said Co.
      Wit.: Jacob Roome, John Zabrisky. File No. 903 B.
   n. w. 1787 Jan 20 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Campbell, William, near the Old Bridge, HackenBack, Bergen Co.; will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth, management of whole estate during her life. Son, David,
      #10., for his birth right. Sons, Thomas, Christopher, James, Samuel and
      Jacob, each #5, and son, John, #10. After death of wife estate to be sold
      and proceeds equally divided amongst children, i.e., sons, (above named),
      and daughters, Jenny Demarest, Nancy Westervelt and Elizabeth Westervelt.
      Exec.: wife, Elizabeth, and son, David.
      Wit.: Samuel Wood, Catherine Campbell and David Archibald.
      1793 Oct 12 Proved. Lib. 33, p. 151.
      1793 Oct 17 Inventory, #329.12.; made by Isaac Kipp and Benj. Blacklidge.
      File 2272-2273B.
   dm 1793 Oct 09 at Schraalenburg, Bergen Co., NJ
   df 1797 Jul 09 at Schraalenburg, Bergen Co., NJ
 with Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10) Campbell
   Janetje 11     David 11       Thomas 11      Christian 11   James 11
   b17360224      b17381130      b17410402      b17410402      b17450404
   Samuel 11      John 11        Jacob 11       Nancy 11       Elizabeth 11
   b17450407      b17470701      b17490314      b17520522      b17541003

Catharine Campbell _
   bf probable sister to Wm.
   n. w. 1771 Apr 04 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Goetschius, Rachel, of Hackensack, Bergen Co.; will of.
      Father, John Zabriski, left me an estate, and with the consent of my
      husband, I dispose of it as follows. Eldest son, John Goetschius,
      20 shillings, and Vio part of my real and personal estate. My children,
      Stephanus, Abraham, Jacob, Peter, Joseph, Samuel, Margaret, Rachel
      and Christian, each to have i/io-
      Exec.: John Henricus Goetschius, John Christie and John Zabriski, Jr.
      Daughters, Margaret, and Rachel, to have my gold and silver ware.
      Wit.: Daniel Brouwer, David B. Demorest, Catharine Campbell.
      1784 Jun 11 Proved.  Lib. M, p. 256.
   n. w. 1780 Dec 25 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Campbell, Catharine, of Hackensack, Bergen Co.; will of.
      To William Campbell, all personal and real estate.
      Exec: William Campbell.
      Wit.: Joast Demarest, Samuel Wood, Gerrit Zabriske.
      1790 Mar 20 Proved. Lib. 31, p. 542.
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   n. to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10) Campbell
   Janetje 11     David 11       Thomas 11      Christian 11   James 11
   b17360224      b17381130      b17410402      b17410402      b17450404
   Samuel 11      John 11        Jacob 11       Nancy 11       Elizabeth 11
   b17450407      b17470701      b17490314      b17520522      b17541003


Janetje Campbell 11
   bf 1736 Feb 24 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mm 17__ Mar 27 David S. Demarest 11
   dm 1810 Nov 24
   df 1823 Sep 24

David Campbell 11
   bm 1738 Nov 30 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mf 1760 May 26 Annantie Ackerman 11
   bf 1760 Apr 26 to Abraham
   n. w. 1784 Aug 11 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Bogert, Matthew, of Harington, Bergen Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Sarah, the use of my real estate, except that part I bought of
      Capt. John Huyler, in order to bring up my children.  Children to have
      personal estate.
      Exec: brother-in-law, Peter S. Demarest, and Benjamin Blacklidge.
      Wit: Peter Bogert, Jacob Cole, Barnardus Vervelen.
      1784 Nov 09 Proved.
      1784 Nov 13 Inventory, made by David Campbell and Thomas Blanch.
      Lib. M, p. 252.
   df 1823 Mar 25
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P43 L14.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Harrington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campbell           /2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0/0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (David)__________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   dm 1835 Jun 17
 with Annantie (nee Ackerman 11) Campbell
   William 12     Helena 12      Elizabdeth 12  David 12       Abraham 12
   b17620214      b17631219      b17651118      b17680420      b17700902
   Johannes 12    Jacobus 12     Elizabeth 12   Jacob 12       Petrus 12
   b17720613      b17741224      b17770410      b17791112      b17820720
   Sarah 12
   b17850619

Thomas Campbell 11
   bm 1741 Apr 02 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mf 1768 Jan 17 Mary Wilson 11, at the New Providence Presbyterian Church, by
      Rev. Jonathan Elmer and recorded by same, initially named Turkey, Essex
      Co.. Source Carol at GenForum and NJGF 10274..
      Maria Watson, source Cheryl Chandler at GenForum
   bf~1745
   df 1765 Dec 24

Christian Campbell 11
   bm 1741 Apr 02 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Dirkje Verveelen 11
   bf 1761 Aug 25
   dm 1807 Aug 22
   df 1819 Sep 23

James Campbell 11
   bm 1745 Apr 04 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mf 17_3 Mar 26 Maretje Diderik 11  1743 typo?

Samuel Campbell 11
   bm 1745 Apr 07 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Cornelia Demarest 11
   bf 1745 Apr 13
   df 1767 May 22

John Campbell 11
   bm 1747 Jul 01 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Tietj Verveelen 11
   bf 1751 May 14
   df 1814 Jun 25
   dm 1826 Mar 15

Jacob Campbell 11
   bm 1749/50 Mar 14 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10) in
      Hackensack Bergen Co., NJ.
   n. #560;  Jacob Campbell and John Campbell, both of Hackensack in the County
      of Bergen... [bound to]... William FRANKLIN, Governor... 500 pounds...
   mf 1774 Apr 23 Aeltje Westervelt _ in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co.,NY
   bf 1756 Aug 10 to Roelof Westervelt _ et ux Arriantje (nee Romeyn _)
   df 1815 Jan 31
   dm 1846 Jan 19 Athens, Bradford Co., PA.
 with Aeltje (nee Westervelt _)
   William 12     Roelof 12      Christian 12   Jacobus 12     Samuel 12
   b17780118      b17800103      b17820507      b17850403      b17871121
   Ariaantje 12   Jacob 12       Elizabeth 12
   b17900627      b17930505      b17950330

Nancy Campbell 11
   bm 1752 May 22 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mm 1772 Sep 16 Casparus Westervelt 11
   bm 1750
   dm 1836 Jan 18

Elizabeth Campbell 11
   bf 1754 Oct 03 to William Campbell 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Demarest 10)
      Campbell
   mm 1774 Apr 01 Casparus Westervelt _, both of Hackensack. NJA P83.
   bm 1752
   dm 1825

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   n. to David Campbell 11 with Annantie (nee Ackerman 11) Campbell
      William 12     Helena 12      Elizabdeth 12  David 12       Abraham 12
      b17620214      b17631219      b17651118      b17680420      b17700902
      Johannes 12    Jacobus 12     Elizabeth 12   Jacob 12       Petrus 12
      b17720613      b17741224      b17770410      b17791112      b17820720
      Sarah 12
      b17850619

   n. to Jacob Campbell 11 with Aeltje (nee Westervelt _)
      William 12     Roelof 12      Christian 12   Jacobus 12     Samuel 12
      b17780118      b17800103      b17820507      b17850403      b17871121
      Ariaantje 12   Jacob 12       Elizabeth 12
      b17900627      b17930505      b17950330

William Campbell 12
   bm 1778 Jan 18 to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell.
   mf 1797 Jul 28 Catherine Southerland 11

Roelof Campbell 12
   bm 1780 Jan 03 to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell in Hackensack, NJ.
   mf 1798 ___ __ Elizabeth Stewart _
   bf 1781
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P79 L5.
      PA, Bradford Co., Litchfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ruliff Campbell          /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 (Abraham F)______________ 10-14MW
 (Ellen)__________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R757      L3 150;150
      PA, Brdford Co., Litchfield
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Ruleff Campbell            70MK                           NJ
 Elzabeth Campbell          70F                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell         14F                            PA
   c. 1860 withh son Jacob.
   dm 1869 Jan 19 in Athens, Bradford Co., PA.
 with Elizabeth
   Jacob 13       Maria 13       John A 13      William 13     Abraham F 13
   b18000211      b18011102      b18031211      b18060413      b18160919
   Ellen 13
   b18210213

Christian Campbell 12
   bm 1782 May 07  to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell.

Jacobus Campbell 12
   bm 1785 April 03  to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell.

Samuel Campbell 12
   bm 1787 Nov 21 to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell in NJ.
   mf
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Campbell 11
   dm 1865.

Ariaantje Campbell 12
   b. 1790 Jun 27 to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell.

Jacob Campbell 12
   bm 1793 May 05 to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell.

Elizabeth Campbell 12
   bf 1795 Mar 30 to Jacob Campbell 11 et ux Aeltje (nee Westervelt 11)
      Campbell.
   mm 1815 Apr 19 William Dodge 11

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   n. to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth
   Jacob 13       Maria 13       John A 13      William 13     Abraham F 13
   b18000211      b18011102      b18031211      b18060413      b18160919
   Ellen 13
   b18210213

Jacob Campbell 13
   bm 1800 Feb 11 to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P161 1180
      PA, Bradford Co... Litchfied
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jacob Campbell             60MW                           NY
 Elisabeth Campbell         58FW                           NY
 Moses Campbell             26MW                           PA
 Charels Campbell           22MW                           PA
 Abram Campbell             20MW                           PA
 Mary Campbell              17FW                           PA
 Berton Campbell            13MW                           PA
 Ruiff Campbell             80MW                           NJ
 Elisabeth Campbell         70FW                           NJ
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R
      PA, Bradford Co... Litchfied
      PO:

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote



Maria Campbell 13
   bf 18011102       to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth

John A Campbell 13
   bm 18031211       to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth

William Campbell 13
   bm 18060413       to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth

Abraham F. Campbell 13
   bm 18060413       to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth

Ellen Campbell 13
   bf 18210213 to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth


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Henry Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P2 L23.
      PA, Bradford Co., Burlington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Henry Campbell           /0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Eleanor
   bf
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P10 L10
      PA, Bradford Co., Burlington Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Josephus Campbell          41                             PA
 Aseneth Campbell           37                             PA
 Sarah Campbell             18FW                           PA
 Isaac Campbell             16MW                           PA
 Chester Campbell           10MW                           PA
 Elenor Campbell            72FW                           VT

Cephas Campbell _
   bm 1776 Jun 30
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   n. 20110914 Campbell farm cemetery - Tice.
   df 18210207 at 35Y, wife of Cephus.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P2 L20.
      PA, Bradford Co., Burlington Twp.    Seffert Campbell
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Seffert Campbell         /0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   dm 1857 03 05 at 79.11.6

James Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P12 L4.
      PA, Bradford Co., Columbia Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

John Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P31 L4.
      PA, Bradford Co., Ridgeburg Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Campbell _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P76 L12.
      PA, Bradford Co., Litchfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Charles Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P111 L11.
      PA, Bradford Co., Monroe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Campbell         /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Pearl Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P111 L12.
      PA, Bradford Co., Monroe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Pearl Campbell           /2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Mark Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P113 L13.
      PA, Bradford Co., Monroe Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mark Campbell            /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

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   n. to Roelof Campbell 12 with Elizabeth
      Jacob 13       Maria 13       John A 13      William 13     Abraham F 13
      b18000211      b18011102      b18031211      b18060413      b18160919
      Ellen 13
      b18210213

Jacob Campbell 13
   bm 1800 Feb 11 to Roelof Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Stewart 12) in NYC.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Struble 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob Struble 12 et ux Sarah (nee Rutan 12) Struble
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P79 L4.
      PA, Bradford Co., Litchfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob Campbell           /2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Jacob)__________________ 30-39MW
 (Elizabeth)______________ 20-29FW
 (Eliza)__________________ 10-14FW
 (Sarah)__________________ 10-14FW
 (Ralph)__________________ 00-04MW
 (Jacob)__________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R757 R     L35  R156/165
      PA, Bradford Co., Litchfield
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob Campbell             50M                            NY
 Elizabeth Campbell         49F                            NJ
 Sarah Campbell             26F                            PA
 Ralph Campbell             24M                            PA
 Jacob Campbell             21M                            PA
 Daniel Campbell            20M                            PA
 Mared Campbell             18M                            PA
 Joel Campbell              16M                            PA
 Charles Campbell           14M                            PA
 Abram Campbell             12M                            PA
 Mary Campbell               8M                            PA
 Wm Campbell                 4M                            PA
   dm 1881 Mar 15 in Athens, Bradford Co., PA and interred Tioga Point
      Cemetery, Athens Townhsip, Bradford Co., PA.
   df Tioga Point Cemetery, Athens Townhsip, Bradford Co., PA
 with Elizabeth (nee Struble 13) Campbell.  Eliza  bad bf.
   Eliza Anne 14  Jacob S 14     Sallie Marie 14Ralph 14       Daniel 14
   b18221118      b18230110      b18240110      b18260406      b18300814
   Moses 14       George Joel 14 Catherine 14   Charles H 14   Abraham 14
   b18321129      b18341216      b18361229      b18380615      b18400524
   Mary Jane 14   William B 14
   18430208       b18461025

Maria Campbell 13
   bf 1801 Nov 02 to Roelof Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Stewart 12) in NJ.
   df 1880 Apr 17 in Sheshquin, Bradford Co., PA.

John A. Campbell 13
   bm 1803 Dec 11 to Roelof Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Stewart 12)
   mf ____ ___ __ Maria Chandler 13 in NJ.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P79 L3.
      PA, Bradford Co., Litchfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 (John)___________________ 20-29MW
 (Maria)__________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 (William)________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R757 RP    L13  153/162
      PA, Bradford Co., Litchfield
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Campbell              46M                            NJ
 Maria Campbell             40F                            NY
 William Campbell           21M                            PA
  Campbell                  17F                            PA
 Lewis Campbell             19M                            PA
 Lavinia Campbell           15F                            PA
 Orlando Campbell           12M                            PA
 Fernando Campbell          10M                            PA
 Emma Campbell               8F                            PA
 John Campbell               5F                            PA
 SDrtah Campbell             0F                            PA
   dm 1884 Apr 14.
 with
   William R 14   Lewis 14       Joena 14       Lavinia 14     Orlando S 14
   b18280227      b1831          b1833          b1835          b183710
   Fernando D 14  Emma 14        Sarah 14
   b18401112      b1842          b1850

William Campbell 13
   bm 1806 Apr 13 to Roelof Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Stewart 12) NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane Harsh 13.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Andrew
   dm 1872 Oct 13 in Athens, Bradford Co., PA.
 with
   Burton 14      Irene 14       Caroline 14    Emery J 14     Almira 14
   b1831          b1833          b1833          b18360128      b1840
   Frank 14
   b1847

Abraham F. Campbell 13
   bm 1816 Sep 19 to Roelof Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Stewart 12) in
      in Litchfield, Bradford Co., PA
   mf ____ ___ __ Priscilla Struble 13.
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriet _ 13.
   dm ____ ___ __ in Athens, Bradford Co., PA.
 with Priscilla
   no issue
 with Harriet
   Ida 14         Ada 14

Ellen Campbell 13
   bf 1821 Feb 13 to Roelof Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Stewart 12) in
      in Litchfield, Bradford Co., PA
   mm ____ ___ __ John Johnson 13
   df 1894 Jun 18

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   n. to Jacob Campbell 13 with Elizabeth (nee Struble 13) Campbell.
      Eliza Anne 14  Jacob S 14     Sallie Marie 14Ralph 14       Daniel 14
      b18221118      b18230110      b18240110      b18260406      b18300814
      Moses 14       George Joel 14 Catherine 14   Charles H 14   Abraham 14
      b18321129      b18341216      b18361229      b18380615      b18400524
      Mary Jane 14   William B 14
      18430208       b18461025

Eliza Anne Campbell 14
   bf 1822 Nov 18 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Alanson Carmer 14.
   df 1894 August 06.

Jacob S. Campbell 14
   bm 1823 Jan 10 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Frederick 14
   n. Lived at Hyatt's Ferry, NY.
   dm 1915 January 02 in Rome, Bradford Co., PA.

Sally Marie Campbell 14
   bf 1824 Jul 25 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ D. S. Chandler 14 of Litchfield.
   df 1907 Feb 09 in Orange Hill, Litchfield, Bradford Co., PA.

Ralph Campbell 14
   bm 1826 Apr 06 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   dm 1859 May 04 unmarried in Luthersburg, PA.

Daniel Campbell 14
   bm 1830 Aug 14 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell in Litchfield Twp., Bradford Co., PA.
   mf ____ ___ __ Leah Frederick 14.
   n. Member of IOOF Litchfield Lodge No. 938 and a Democrat.
   dm 1914 Jun 14 in Athens, Bradford Co., PA.
 with Leah
   son 15

Moses Johnson` Campbell 14
   bm 1832 Nov 29 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Mahala Russell 14.
   dm 1870 Jun 15 killed by falling tree in Litchfield, Bradford Co., PA.

George Joel Campbell 14
   bm 1834 Dec 16 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Pheobe Perry 14.
   dm 1881 Jan 23 in Athens, Bradford Co., PA.

Catherine Campbell 14
   bf 1836 Dec 29 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   df 1836 Dec 29.

Charles H. Campbell 14
   bm 1838 Jun 15 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Isabelle Frederick 14.
   dm 1914 Feb 18 in Orange Hill, Athens, PA.

Abraham T. Campbell 14
   bm 1840 May 24 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   dm 1903 Apr 28.

Mary Jane Campbell 14
   bf 1843 Feb 08 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell
   df 1929 Sep 25 in Athens, PA.
   mm 1864 Jun 15 John P. Snyder 14.

William Burton Campbell 14
   bm 1846 Oct 25 to Jacob Campbell 13 et ux Elizabeth (nee Struble 13)
      Campbell in Litchfield, Bradford Co., PA.
   mf ____ ___ __ Cynthia Munn 14
   mf ____ ___ __ Mattie Campbell 14
   dm 1934 Mar 13 in Athens, Bradford Co., PA.

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   n. to John A. Campbell 13 with
      William R 14   Lewis 14       Joena 14       Lavinia 14     Orlando S 14
      b18280227      b1831          b1833          b1835          b183710
      Fernando D 14  Emma 14        Sarah 14
      b18401112      b1842          b1850

   n. to William Campbell 13 with
      Burton 14      Irene 14       Caroline 14    Emery J 14     Almira 14
      b1831          b1833          b1833          b18360128      b1840
      Frank 14
      b1847

   n. to Abraham F. Campbell 13



   n. to Daniel Campbell 14 with Lea
      soon



son Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Campbell 14 et ux Leah (nee Frederick 14)
   mf ____ ___ __ Huldah Carmer 15

LINKAGE END 04 William Campbell/Elizabeth Demarest

Joseph Campbell _
   mf 1877 Dec 13 Mary Marandie Yonker _ NJ_GCMR P51

                                 NJ, BERGEN CO. END
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                                 NJ, ATLANTIC CO. BEGIN

Joseph Campbell _
   bm 1860
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1864
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     ED8   P8A  138
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Atylantic City Ward 2
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Joseph  Campbell      Head  MWJan1860 40M 19    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Mary Campbell         Wife   F        36        NJ
 Neil Campbell         Son    M        16        NJ
 Thompson Campbell     Son    M        15        NJ
 Ray Campbell          Dau    F         9        NJ
 Charles Allen         BoarderM        81        NJ
 Mathias Johnson       BoarderM        35        NJ
 Samuel Loper          BoarderF        28        NJ
 Jacob Flick           BoarderM        45        NY
 Oscar Campbell        BoarderM        28        NJ
 Charles Ward          BoarderM        25        NJ
 Wilson Shaefer        BoarderM        35        NJ
 Gordon Templaton      BoarderM        40       IRE
 Ida Templaton         BoarderF        28       NJ


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LINKAGE BEGIN 05 Archibald Campbell/Abigail Champion
            Malcolm S. Sharp's line in Gloucester Co., N. J. (most from him)

Donald David Campbell 14
   bm 1753 Nov 20  in Scotland.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sophia Scull 14. so saith Marlene.
   dm~1797 in Estelville, NJ
 with Sophia (nee Scull 14)
   Archibald 15
   b17531110

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Archibald Campbell 15
   bm 1753 Nov 20       2004  Marlene Norris ta comcast tod net
   n. Malcolm's site says he came from Catawba.
   mf 1785 ___ __ Abigail Champion 15
   bf 1767 Nov 11 to Thomas Champion in Old Gloucester Co., NJ.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P43 L30.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Archibald Cammel, Sr.    /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 (Archibald Campbell)_____ 80-89MW
 (Abigail (nee Champion))_ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. NJGF 5078  Malcolm Schalick Sharp  http://sharp.rootsweb.com/fumc/
   n. Malcolm Sharp
      Ancestor was from Old Gloucester (Atlantic) Co.  He served in the
      Revolution, was a founding member of Friendship Methodist Church,
      Landisville, Buena Twp., Atlantic Co., and he along with many members of
      the family are buried there.  More at  http://sharp.rootsweb.com/fumc/
   n. Tavern license:  2008/06 transcribed by GJB76 at NJGF 9091.
      1816 Dec 13
      Location: County of Gloucester, Twp. of Hamelton.
      Petitioner: William Lee, Peter Steelman, Thomas Doughty, John Lee,
         Benjamin Doughty, Henry Woolfford, Eli Dorton, Daniel Ireland,
         Joseph Lee, Maurice Pilgrim, William golden, John Williams
         Reverse:     Allowed by the Court,  $10 Decr 17th 1816
         John Clement - Township of Hamilton, Archibald Campbel, Wm Lee,
         Jesse Smith, John Williams
         $2.62-1/2, Paid
         Reverse: [$10 fee, $2.62-1/2 Court Costs, 3 on back are sureties] GJB76
      Note: 20081028 GJB76 NJFG #9358.  Different Thomas Doughty
   n. 2008/06/22 GJB76-NJGF 9098 et seq., et al.
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1817 Dec 10 Archibald Campbell, Location: Hamilton Hotel, Twp. of Hamilton
         Petitioner: John Steelman, Enoch Risley, Saml. Porch, Wm. Hollinshead,
         Saml. P. Paul, John Grinslade, Richard N. Risley, Joshua Haines,
         Rich'd. Wescoat, William Reach [?], Moses Crane, David Campbell,
         Isaac Browning.
         Reverse: License granted, 1817 Dec 10.  $10 + 2.62-1/2
         Timothy Anoring, Wm. Nicholson, John Steelman
   ld 1817 Dec 19 NJ_GCDR B_CC P_150   2009 Abs. GJB76 NJGF_9623.
      Previously owned by Enos Veal & sold 1816 Aug.
      Grantor: Nathan Cooper et ux, Isaac Browning et ux, Joshua Haines et ux
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell of Hamilton Twp.
      Transaction; Three lots: 125 ac, 100 ac 57 ac for $3000
   n. 2008/06/22 GJB76-NJGF 9098 et seq., et al.
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1818 Dec 8 Archibald Campbell, Location: Township of Hamilton
         Petitioner: Thomas Cane, Martin Wiltsey, Dan'l Price, George Robinson,
         Jesse Somers, Adrial Clark, Maurice Pilgrim, Richard Wescoat,
         Jesse H. Bowen, Jesse Chambers, Peter Steelman, Jesse Smith.
         Reverse: License granted 1818 December Term
         Peter Steelman, David Price, Thomas Cain
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1819 Dec 11 Archbill Campbell, Name of Tavern: Veals Tavern
         Location: Hamilton Twp.
         Petitioner: Philip Sewall, Plats Veal, Peter Steelman, Dier Champion,
         James Giberson, Jr., Maurice Pilgrim, John Steelman, Thomas Doughty,
         Joseph Downs, John Prickett, Harry Woolpart, Peter Woolpart.
         Reverse: James English, Jno. Steelman, Esq.
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1820 Dec 10 Tuesday Archable Campbell Name of Tavern: Hamilton Tavern
         Location: Hamilton Twp.
         Petitioner: Jesse H. Bowen, Maurice Pilgrim, Samuel B. Finch,
         Nicholas Jefferey, John Barington, Peter F. Steelman, John Baxter,
         William Watson, Nichs. Rape, Peter Steelman, Jacob Adams,
         Daniel Frazier, Pardon Ryan, Nichs Blackman, John Richard,
         David Campbell, Jr., Joseph Doughty.
         Reverse: Benj. Weatherby, Wm. Lee, Saml B. Westcott.
      -------------
      GJB76  Comments: It is unexpected to see someone with the surname of the
         road put through Moses Veal's land after he moved to Hopewell Twp,
         Cumberland County: Sewall. Other neighbors on Sewall Road were Platts,
         Frazier, Ireland. Joseph Doughty of Port Elizabeth is the son of
         Thomas Doughty who married the daughter of Benjamin Parsons.
         Thomas Doughty kept the inn at Milmay. Note that in one year, Campbell
         named the tavern as "Veal's Tavern."
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1820 Dec 11 Archable Campbell,  Location: Township of Hamilton
         Petitioner: Sept. [Septimus] Weatherby, John Godfey, John Ingersull,
         David J. Pancoast, James Giberson, Jr., Eli Higbee,
         Adrian [Adrial] Clark, Parker Clark, Micajah Smith, Cement Ireland
         [Haha! Clement], James Covenover, James Smith, Daniel Champion.
         Reverse: Archibld Campbell, John Ingersoll, John Godfrey.
      ---------------
      GJB76: So here we are. Two petitions submitted one day apart, both for
         Archibald Campbell and both for a tavern in Hamilton Twp. On the
         second, however, Archibald Campbell is the bondsman for
         Archibald Campbell. Note, also, that the petitioners are from a
         different neighborhood (although all along some folks from afar are
         sprinkled in). It appears that Archie, Jr., did indeed run an inn..
         but not the same inn as Sr! Now we definitely need to find the two
         (or more) locations of the Campbell inns. I know of no published
         researcher who figured this out.
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1821 Nov 17 Archable Campbell
         Location: Hamilton Twp., Hamilton Tavern
         Petitioner: Philip Commel [Campbell?], Isaac Smith, Daniel Lee,
         Benjamin Gaskill, Daniel F. Gaskill, Uriah Camp, Jacob Adams,
         David Mattox, Nathaniel Ford, William Watson, Martin Wiltse,
         Peter Steelman, James Ashy [?], Isaac Foster, James Williams,
         Peter Camp, John Colino [?].
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1823 Dec 05 Archibald Campbell
         Location: Hambelton Township
         Petitioner: John Steelman, David Campbell, Henry Veal, William Ackley,
         Eli Dorton, Platts Veal, Peter Steelman, Isaac Smith, William Lee,
         Benjamin Weatherby, Sam. B. Westcott, Daniel Frazier, Enoch Daughty,
         Uriah Gems [?].
         Reverse: License granted. Ch. Carlin, Wm. Doe, Wm.  Nicholson
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF
      1824 Dec 07 Archibald Campbell
         Location: Twp. of Hamilton
         Petitioner: David Campbell, Jr., William Baylor, John Darley,
         John Prickett, Eli Borton [Dorton?], William Ackley, John Steelman,
         William Webb, Uriah Gerven, Platts Veal, Sam'l. B. Westcott,
         Aquila Down, William Lee, Peter R. Steelman.  Clerk-C. Sickler
         Reverse: may have forgot.
      GJB76 1823 & 1824 had a lot of repeat names from the 1816 app.
      Tavern License - Transcribed in full by GJB76 at GJB76-NJGF9106.
      1825 Dec 10 Archabel Campbell
         Location: Twp. of Hambleton
         Petitioner: Japhet Smith, William Stewart, Thos Hawkins,
         Thomas Hickman, Jacob Godfrey, John Stewart, Senr, Henry Veale,
         John L[?] Steelman, Robert Leeds, David Veal, F. C. Blackman*,
         Thom Michal [?],
         Reverse: Archabl Campbel Peticion for Licens for Keeping a Publick
         House---, granted previas [?] befen [???], $10 --, 2.62~,
         paid 12.62-1/2---, Tho. C. Blackman, Nicholas Jeffreys, Tho Steelman.
         Bound each sum of 60 Doler each
      Tavern License - abstracted by GCHS from GJB76-NJGF911 et al.
      1826 December 12 Archibald Campbell
         Location: Twp. of Hamilton
         Petitioner: Peter H. Steelman, Jacob Godfrey, Sam'l B. Westcott,
         William Lynch, John V. Reeves, Thomas Steelman, Hosea English,
         Archibald Campbell, Jr., Enoch Doughty, J. Smith, Joseph Curts,
         James Chester, Jedediah Ewell.
         Reverse: Sureties--Sam. B. Westcott, Peter R.  Steelman, Dan'l. McKeye
         [McKeague?] License granted Fee--$10 & 2.62-1/2 court costs paid
      1827 December Archibald Campbell
         Location: Township of Hamilton
         Petitioner: John Stanger, Jesse Smith, Bryn B. Cooper [prob. Benj.],
         Camal? Ingersull, Isaac Garrison, Jonathan Hughes, John Moffett,
         Joseph France?, Joshua P. Browning, William Beideman, Thomas Middleton,
         Walter H. Donlevy, Joseph Fisler, Joseph Lock, William Nicholson,
         Richard H. Tice, Elijah Porch, Joseph Ingersull, Paul Sears [Sayres,
         probably].
         Reverse: J. P. Browning, J.C. Chew, W. Nicholson
      1828 December 6 Archibil Campbell
         Location: Hamilton Twp.
         Petitioner: Estell, Jr., Thomas Hawkins, William Lee,
         Septhen [Septimus] Weatherby, Benjamin Weatherby,
         Christopher Lamine [?], John Hagan, Samuel B. Westcott, Amos Evans,
         Benjamin Orum, Daniel McKeague,
         Jr., Jesse Smith, I. Smith
         Reverse: Allowed Fee $10 - $2.62 court costs paid
      1829 February 21 Henry Husted/Hustin  NJGF9123
         Location: Twp. Hamilton
         Petitioner: John Adams, Archibil Cambil [probably Jr because of the
         spelling], Benj. Orum, Lewis N. Walker, John Richards, Jacob Adams,
         Edmund Taylor, Federal Champion, John Ford, Samuel Perry,
         Nathaniel Ford, Hezediah Champion, Nichs. Rape, Enoch M. White,
         James Prickett, Thomas Doughty, Mathis [Mathias] Veal, Daniel Veal,
         John Veal, Jr. [probable son of Enos], Henry Veal, Elias Campbell,
         John Veal.
         License granted Fee $10 & 2.62 court cost paid
         Reverse: M. Gosling, F. McGonigle.
      Tavern License - transcribed by GJB76-NJGF9111
      1830 March 25 Archibil Campbil
         Location: NJ, Gloucester Co., Hamilton Twp.
         Petitioner:
         Reverse: Uriah Gerrin, Lewis M. Walker, John Adams, Thomas Campbell,
         Thomas Dare, John Phipps, Ambrose Pancost, Elisha Berry, Thomas Ackley,
         John Turpin, John Veal Jnr, John Layne, Mathias Veal, Charles Ddosz
         [??? I have no idea...], Aquilla Stiles, Daniel Veal, John Claypole,
         Edmund Taylor.
         On cover when folded in quarters: Archd. Campbell, Petition, 1830 Mar.
         Term, granted $10, 2.62 pd. ---- 12.62, Wm Morris, A Campbell
      GJB76: The signature in the first part of the petition matches the
         handwriting and spelling of Archibil Campbil Junr in an 1832
         application. I suppose, then, that the bondsman listed on the cover is
         Archie, Sr., since the bond never seemed to be held by the applicant.
      Tavern License - Abstracted by GCHS
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P161 L14.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Archable Cample          /0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (Arch)___________________ 60-69MW
 (Abi)____________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Arch)___________________ 30-39MW
 (Ros)____________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
      1831 March Archibald Campbell
         Location: Twp. of Hamilton
         Petitioner: ______, _______, Daniel Frazier, John C. Briggs,
         Wm. Wereod [?], Jno. C. Budd, Jesse H. Bowen, John Seming'ton
         [Remington???], Wm. Ackley, THomas S.  Ackley, Job Steelman,
         Samuel Perry, Uriah Larsen, Samuel Walker.
         License granted.  Fee $10 Wm. Morris, A. Campbell
      Tavern License - Transcription by GJB76 at NJGF
      1832 Mar 14 Archabel Campbell
         Location: NJ, Glooucester Co., Hamilton Twp.
         Petitioner: Elisha Berry, Joseph X Champion [his mark],
         William Wolphert, Aquilla Stiles, James Campbell, Uriah Gavin,
         Samuel Wolford, Archabil Campbil Juner, Platts Veal, James B. Ashton,
         Samuel Workman, Elisha X Ashton [his mark], Henry Wolphert.
         Reverse: Archd Campbell, $10 00, 2 62~, Paid $12.62
         D. McKeague, Wm McKeague, T. Wright
         -
      GJB76 It appears that James B. Ashton wrote the names of Elisha Ashton
         and Joseph Champion.
   df 1843 Feb 16 in Buenas, Atlantic Co., NJ.  Interred Friendship Methodist
      Cemetery, Buena, Atlantic Co., NJ.  NJGF MSS
   dm 1852  Picture of gravestone at
              http://sharp.rootsweb.ancestry.com/fumc/arch_campbell.htm
 with Abigail (nee Champion 15) Campbell had 13 children - 7 boys, 6 girls.
   John 16        Thomas 16      Francis A 16   Abigail 16     David B 16
   b1786          b1788          b1792          b1794          b1796
   Phoebe J 16    Sophia 16      Archibald 16   Naomi 16       Asbury E 16
   b1798          b1800          b1802          b1804          b1806
   James H 16     Anna 16        Emmaline 16
   b1808          b1810          b1812


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John Campbell 16
   bm 1786 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mf 1808 Dec 31 Hope Ferguson 16. NJ_CuCMR P112 (name given as Cammell).
   bf 1778  NJJ
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R252 P7 L21.  (Tenuous match)
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Newton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Camel *             /2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (Hope)___________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R445 P135A L9   247/250.
      NJ, Camden Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Nov 17, E. P. Andrews, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George T. Risden           50M Brush Maker                NJ
 Elizabeth Risden           28F                            NJ
 Hope Campbell              72F                            NJ
 George Risden              15M                            NJ       S
 Turner? Risden             13F                            NJ       S
 William H. Risden          11M                            NJ       S
 Catherine Duffey           30F                            Ireland
   dm 1852
   n. Presumed son John in below Census.  Need glue.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R252 P6 L1.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Newton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R462 P156A L3 186/187.
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Creek Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Samuel Prior, Jr. Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Campbell              71M Lawyer                  500NJ
 Hope Campbell              66F                            NJ
 with Hope (nee Ferguson 16) Campbell
   John 17
   b180_

Thomas Campbell 16
   bm 1788 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Jones 16
   bf 1792
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P149 L27.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Campble           /2 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Thomas Campbell)________ 40-49MW
 (Sarah (nee Jones))______ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 (Charles P.))____________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   ld 1835 Mar 18 NJ_GCDR B_N3 P_60 Abs. 20090128 GJB76
      Grantor: John Campbell of Cumberland Co.
      Grantee: Thomas Campbell of Gloucester Co.
      Witness: Isaac Hinchman
      Description: Metes and bounds? Not given.
       of land, buildings? Only standard phrases.
      $1 "tract or piece of land" in Hamilton
      POB Pine S64.75*W 14 chains
      Along John Veal, S51*E 78 chains 50 lx
      N46.5*E 24.50
      N12*E 9
      N83*W 30
      N70*W 17
      N47*W 30 chains
      125 acres
      "...being the same premises which the said Thomas
      Campbell alledges that he supposed was sold by Isaac
      Hinchman, late Sheriff of the county of Gloucester as
      the property of Archibald Campbell and which he
      conveyed to John Campbell per deed dated May 15th 1835
      [sic--This date hadn't arrived yet.]" This in D3:276.
      Wit: Isaac Hinchman
   ld 1835 Mar 19 NJ_GCDR B_N3 P_61 Abs. 20090128 GJB76  NJGF9546.
      Grantor: John Madden of Hamilton
      Grantee: Thomas Campbell of Franklin
      Transaction: $1 for 125 acres
      Description: in Hamilton "adjoining lands of Veal."
   ld 1835 Mar 18 NJ_GCDR B_N3 P_62 20090128 GJB76  NJGF9546.
      Grantor: Thomas Campbell of Gloucester County
      Grantee: John Campbell of Cumberland County
      $1 in Hamilton
      Pine tree corner late of Benjamin Parsons
      Along Parsons S47*W 25 chains
      S45*E 27 chains 50 lx
      N43.5*E 40 chains to corner of John Veal's land
      N45*W 25 chains 10lx to corner on eastwardly side of the new road.
      [NB: This road was new according to some 1811 deeds, and a references in
      the road book makes it appear that it was new in 1793 as well. So the new
      road might have been more than 43 years old.]
      S45*W 15 chains 25 lx
      100 acres plus allowances
      "...being the same tract of land and premises which the said
      Thomas Campbell alleges that he supposed to have been sold by Jesse Smith,
      Esq., then Sheriff of the county of Gloucester as the property of
      Archibald Campbell, and by him conveyed to Thomas Campbell per deed dated
      the _____ day of June 1831..." This in F3:461.
      Wit: Isaac Hinchman
      ----------------
      Comment: 2009 GJB76 It appears the property of Archibald Campbell was sold
      by the sheriff over several years. It further appears that the two
      Campbell boys bought the wrong lots, so exchanged them for a dollar.
      The $64,000 question is: Was the Inn on the 125-acre tract?
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R252 P140 L14.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Campbell          /0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Thomas Campbell)________ 50-59MW
 (Sarah (nee Jones))______ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 (Charles P.)_____________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 (Abigail)________________ 05-09FW
 (Sarah Jane)_____________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P22B L18  345/351.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 20, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Campbell            61M Farmer                 4000NJ
 Sarah   "                  58F                            NJ
 Charles P. "               23M                            NJ       S
 Abagail   "                18F                            NJ
 Sarah Jane  "              15F                            NJ
   df 1867
   dm 1860
 with Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell
   _ 17           _ 17           _ 17           _ 17           _ 17
   b              b              b              b              b
   Charles P 17   _ 17           Abigail 17     Sarah Jane 17
   b1827          b              b1832          b1835

Francis Asbury Campbell 16
   bm 1792 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mf 1815 ___ __ Abigail Iszard 16
   bf 1795 ___ __ to Gabriel Isards _ et ux Abigail
   n. wm 1830 Apr 06 Iszards, Gabriel, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P103 L
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Greenwich Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Francis A. Campble       /2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Francis A. Campbell)____ 30-39MW
 (Abigail (nee Iszard))___ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R252 P103 L20.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Greenwich Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Francis A. Campbell      /0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Francis A. Campbell)____ 40-49MW
 (Abigail (nee Iszard))___ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 (Richard)________________ 05-09MW
 (Louisa)_________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P43A L35  99/107.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Harrison Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Francis A. Campbell        58M Farmer                ?0000NJ
 Abigail     "              56F                            NJ
 Richard      "             18M                            NJ
 Louisa      "              13F                            NJ
 Henry Robema Campbell      10F                            NJ
   df 1863 Apr 5 at 8Y
      F.O C07101-4 Abigail Campbell bf 1795 Glassboro to Gabriel Izard df
      Mt.  Pleasant, Glou. Co., NJ married.
   dm 1864
 with Abigail (nee Iszard 16) Campbell
   John 17        Gabriel  17    _ 17           Thomas 17      _ 17
   b18180107      b1820          b              b18240729      b
   _ 17           Richard G 17   Louisa 17
   b              b1832          b1835

Abigail Campbell 16
   bf 1794 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mm 1814 Jan 08 Daniel Westcoat 16. NJ_GCMR P199
   df 1863
 with Daniel Westcoat 16

David Benjamin Campbell 16
   bm 1796 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mf~1826 ___ __ Margaret Mull 16
   bf 1804
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P162 L7.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campble            /1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (David Campbell)_________ 30-39MW
 (Margaret (nee Mull))____ 20-29FW
 (David)__________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   ld 1833 Oct 05 NJ_GCDR B_H3 P394 Rec. 1833 Oct 15 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC@GCHS
      Grantor: Jacob Maul of Haddonfield, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: David Campbell of Hamilton Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $64
      Description: All the following described tract or rice of land situate in
      Hamilton Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J. bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a large Pine tree the twelfth corner of a survey of which
      this is a part;
      Thence S62W 8C50L to the public road to a stone in said road;
      Thense S72W 33C to the back line;
      Thence S5E 8C;
      Thence N55E 10C;
      Thence N71E 16C to an Oak, called by some a Willow Oak, the old marked
      corner;
      Thence N57E 10C75L to a large Gum tree standing on the east side of the
      public road standing in the small branch running from Little Run to
      Halstead? Hollow;
      Thence N4E 8C50L to the Place-of-Beginning containing 18 acres be the same
      more or less the aforesaid part or piece of land is a part that was
      located by Edmund F and by several sure conveyances to Amos Ireland and
      from Amos Ireland to Thomas Maul by deed dated 1813 Dec 08 conveyed from
      Thomas Maul to Jacob Maul by deed dated 1819 Apr 29 recorded in the
      Clerk's Office at Woodbury in Book TD? P55 by reference ....
      Signed: Jacob Maul
      Witness: 1833 10th 5th Phillip Emmell, John B. Morse
      Clerk: Smallwood
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P44 L12.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campell            /2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (David Campbell)_________ 40-49MW
 (Margaret (nee Mull)_____ 30-39FW
 (Jacob G.)_______________ 15-19MW
 (Caroline E.)____________ 10-14FW
 (Francis T.)_____________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 (William H.)_____________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   dm 1847
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P69B L32  997/1020.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Margarett Camel            45F                        1500NJ
 Caroline E.  "             20F                            NJ
 Francis T.   "             17M                            NJ
 William H.   "             12M                            NJ       S
 Anna Maria   "              9F                            NJ       S
 Margarett    "              7F                            NJ       S
 Angeline     "              5F                            NJ       S
   df 1879
 with Margaret (nee Mull 16) Campbell
   David 17        _ 17          Jacob G 17     Caroline E 17  Francis T 17
   b815            b             b1824          b1830          b1833
   William H 17   Anna Maria 17  Margaret 17    Angeline 17
   b1838          b1841           b1843          b1845

Phoebe Jane Campbell 16
   bf 1798 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mm 1815 Dec 31 Amos Ireland Morris 16. NJ_GCMR P138.
   bm 1790 ___ __
   dm 1864
   df 1887
 with Amos Ireland Morris 16

Sophia Campbell 16
   bf 1800 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mm 1820 Mar 11 Jacob Godfrey 16, he of Cape May Co., NJ. NJ_GCMR P92.
   bm
   df 1826
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 Index P_  R_  P_  L_.    20100101 GJB76.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth             /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob Godfrey            /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 more?
   n. Jacob subsequently married Sophia's sister Emmaline.
 with Jacob Godfrey 16

Archibald Campbell 16
   bm 1802 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mf 1825 Jul 01 Rosanna Mull 16.  NJ_CMCMR given as Ann Mall.
   bf 1806
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P161 L15.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Arhcable Campble         /1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Arch)___________________ 50-59MW
 (Ros)____________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 c________________________ 00-04MW
 d________________________ 00-04FW
 e________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P43 L22.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Archibald Cammel, Jr.    /2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Archibald Campbell, Jr.) 40-49MW
 (Rosanna (nee Mull))_____ 30-39FW
 c________________________ 10-14MW
 d________________________ 10-14MW
 e________________________ 10-14FW
 (Francis)________________ 05-09MW
 (Emeline)________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 (Jacob)__________________ 00-04MW
 (Charles)________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P77B L12  000/000.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 12, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Archibald Camel            50M Farmer                 1000NJ        I
 Roxanna     "              50F                            NJ
 Francis     "              18M Teamster                   NJ       S
 Emeline     "              16F                            NJ       S
 Jacob       "              13M                            NJ       S
 Charles     "              11M                            NJ       S
 Susan       "               9F                            NJ       S
 Mary        "               7F                            NJ       S
 John        "               5M                            NJ
 Thomas      "               7M                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P147  L35 1069/1089.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      PO: Weymouth, 1860 Jul 09 , S. R. Devinney, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Archibald Cambell          57M Farmer           1200   600NJ        I
 Rosanna      "             53F                            NJ
 John       "               14M                            NJ
 Thomas     "                9M                            NJ       S
 Benjamin   "                7M                            NJ       S
 Amy Brown  "                7M                            NJ       S
      more onb next page ?
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R
      NJ,
      PO:

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Archibald Campbell            65                                               BJ
 Rosanna Campbell              62                                               NJ
 Thomas Campbell               20                                               NJ
 Benjamin ampbell              18                                               NJ
 Archibald Campbell             9                                               NJ
 Susan Cossasboon              12                                               NJ


   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P58B  L  192
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Buenas Vistas
      PO: Chews Landing, 1880 Jul 12 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Archibald Campbell            M 78   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Rose Ann Campbell             F 76   Wife                                                            NJ
 Benjamin Campbell             M 27   Son                                                             NJ
 Emma W. Campbell              F 23   Wife          Keeping House                                     NY         NY           NY
 Charles R. Campbell           M  1   Son                                                             NJ         NJ           NY

   dm 1880
   df 1881
   n. need 1860 to verify:
      Benjamin E. Campbell (1852-1924) m. Emma E. Whitbeck (1856-1939).
         Richmond (b/d 1912).
      John W. Campbell (1852-1858);
      Lavinia (b/d 1853);
      Susannah Campbell (1855-1858).
      Lewis P. (1857-1880)
 with Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell
   Archibald 17   _ 17           _ 17           _ 17           Francis 17
   b1826          b              b              b              b1832
   Emeline 17     _ 17           Jacob G 17     Charles 17     Susan 17
   b1834          b              1836           b1839          b1841
   Mary 17        John 17        Thomas 17
   b1843          b1845          b1848

Naomi Campbell 16
   bf 1804 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mm 1823 Sep 13 James McKillip 16. NJ_GCMR P132 (name given as McColops).
   bm 1790
   df 1857
 with James McKillip 16

Asbury Elias Campbell 16
   bf 1806 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell

James Hunter Campbell 16
   bf 1808 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Scull 16
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P161 L24.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbel            /0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P44 L26.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Cambpell           /1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   df 1847
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth C. Newcomb 16
   bf 1818
   dm 1859
   df 1888
 with Mary (nee Scull 16) Campbell

Anna Campbell 16
   bf 1810 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mm 1828 Apr 13 John Morris 16 NJ_GCMR P139
   bm
   df 1900
 with John Morris 16

Emmaline Campbell 16
   bf 1812 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 15 et ux Abigail (nee Champion 15)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Allison Morris 16
   mm 1855 Apr 10 Jacob Godfrey 16, widower of her sister Sophia. NJ_GCMR P92
      (name given as Emmelia Campbell).
   df 1889
 with Allison Morris 16

Page 90

John Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 16 et ux Hope (nee Ferguson 16) Campbell. No
      concrete evidence. Only 1840 proximity to mother.  Birthdate not good in
      1840 Census for evidence.

John Campbell _
   bm
   mf ___ ___ __ Margaret
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P381C L 3810
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Glassboro
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Campbell                 M 40   Self       M  Glass Blower                                      NJ          NJ          NJ
 Margaret Campbell             F 31   Wife       M  Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Marshall M. Campbell          M  6   Son                                                             NJ
 Mabel Campbell                F  2   Dau                                                            NJ




Page 91

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

Charles P. Campbell 17
   bm 1827 ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

Abigail Campbell 17
   bf 1832 ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

Sarah Jane Campbell 17
   bf 1835 ___ __ to Thomas Campbell 16 et ux Sarah (nee Jones 16) Campbell

Page 92

John Campbell 17
   bm 1818 Jan 07 to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell
   dm 1857 Jan 27 and interred Union Methodist, Aura, NJ.
      20090828 Picture of stone from GJB76 LINK
      /IN/memory of/JOHN CAMPBELL/Son of Francis A. and/Abigail Campbell/
      who departed this life/January 27^th A. D. 1857/Aged 39 years/and 20 days.

Gabriel Campbell 17
   bm 1820 ___ __ to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell
   mf 1845 Mar 03 Mary Scott _ NJ_GCMR P51
   bf 1826
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P45A L11  121/130.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Harrison Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Gabriel Campbell           30M Farmer                     NJ
 Mary                       24F                            NJ
 Lavinia                     3F                            NJ
 Josephine                   2F                            NJ
   n. Campbell bm 1852 in Woodburty NJto ?Gahiel ?Campbell sm 1852 /aut 14 at 0Y
      in Woodbury  Gloucester Co.,  NJ single
      FS.O B07191-3
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P249  L_ 1893
      PA, Philcaelphia, Philadelphia, 2nd Wd
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Gabriel Campbell           48M                            NJ
 Mary
 Lavina
 Josephine Campbell         12F                            NJ
 with  Mary
   Lavinia 18     Josephine 18
   b              b              b              b              b

   mf ____ ___ __ Jane
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P51 L_  2700
      PA, Hiladelphia Co., Philadelphia Cty, Wd 2
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jane Campbell              54F                            NJ
 :

Mary Campbell
   bf 830
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P133 1128
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Greenwich Twp..
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Mary Campbell              30F                            NJ



Joseph  Campbell _
   bm
 with
   Joseph _
   b1830

Joseph Campbell _
   bm 1830
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P177 L  1267
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Harrison Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Joseph Campbell            30                             NJ


_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell

Thomas Campbell 17
   bm 1924 Jun 28 to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell
   dm 1850 Mar 23 and interred Union Methodist, Aura, NJ.
      20090828 Picture of stone from GJB76. LINK
      /SACRED/To the memory of/THOMAS/Son of Francis A. &/Abigail Campbell/
      who departed this life/March 23^rd 1850/aged 25 years 8 months/and
      25 days./
      /Like a fair flower Thomas died/When ...../His ..../ ..../

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell

Richard G. Campbell 17
   bm 1831 ___ __ to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell
   dm 1859 Oct 17 and interred Union Methodist, Aura, NJ.
      20090828 Picture of stone from GJB76. LINK
      /IN/memory of/RICHARD G. CAMPBELL/Son of Francis A. and/Abigail Campbell/
      who departed this life/October 17^th A. D. 1859/Aged 28 years./

Louisa Campbell 17
   bf 1835 ___ __ to Francis Asbury Campbell 16 et ux Abigail (nee Iszard 16)
      Campbell

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David Campbell 17
   bm 1815 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
   mf 1839 Nov 29 Nancy Nelson _ NJ_GCMR P50.  David Cammel _
   bf 1817 ___ __ to Nathan Nelson 16 et ux Martha
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R252 P136 L2.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campbell           /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P23B L14  360/366.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 21, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Campbell             35M Farmer                 2000NJ
 Ann      "                 33F                            NJ
 Nathan N.  "                9M                            NJ
 John R.  "                  7M twin                       NJ
 Curtis B. "                 7M twin                       NJ
 Luisa M. "                  6F                            NJ
 William F.  "               4M                            NJ
 Thomas   "                  3M                            NJ
 Sarah    "                  2F                            NJ
 Paulin   "                  1M                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P64 L  461
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 David Campbell             43M                            NJ
   df 1870 Feb 24at 51Y female married in Franklinville, Gloucester Co., NJ.
      FS.O B06574-1 FN MN given as above.
 with Ann
   Nathan M 18    John R 18      Curtis B 18    Luisa M 18     William F 18
   b1841          b1843          b1843          b1844          b1846
   Thomas 18      Sarah 18       Pauluine 18    RMary Ann 18
   b1847          b1848          b1849          b1855


_ Campbell 17
                  to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)

Jacob G. Campbell 17
   bm 1824 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
      Campbell - so believeth Malcolm 20100219 RWC/MSS.  Child naming support!
   mf ____ ___ __ Priscilla Harbit _
   bf 1823 ___ __ to Samuel Harbit _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P64B L21  927/948.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 03, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob G. Cambell           26M Carpenter                  NJ
 Priscilla   "              27F                            NJ
 Angeline V. "               3F                            NJ
 Caroline E. "             11mF                            NJ
 Christian Gifford          50F                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P   L7 1218/1233.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      PO: Da Costa?, 1860 Jul 13, S. R. Devinney, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jacob G. Campbell          36M                   400   300NJ
 Priscilla   "              36F                            NJ
 Angeline V. "              13F                            NJ       S
 Caroline E. "              12F                            NJ       S
 Sophia S.   "               7F                            NJ
 David R.   "                1M                            NJ
 William McMullen           26M                   600      NJ
   n. wm 1852 Oct 30 NJ_ACW N185 P144.
      In the name of God Amen, I, Samuel Harbet, Senior of the Township of
      Hamilton
      son Samuel, Jr. lot of land
      son Abel  lot of land
      dau Lydia Vanemaker, wife of Wilson Vanemaker  lot of land
      dau Mary Older, wife of John Older  lot of land
      dau Elizabeth Stellman, wife og Elisha Stellman  lot of land
      dau Hannah S. Brown, wife of Robert Brown   lot of land
      dau Priscilla Campbell, wife of Jacob G. Campbell  lot of land
      four sons Elias S. Harbit, Edward L. Harbit, William B. Harbit and
      David S. Harbit 18 acres in Weymouth Twp. joining lands of John Babcock,
      dec'd.
      three dau.'s Sarah M. Harbit, Sophia S. Harbit, Catharine Ann Harbit
      purchase stone for Jemima, wife of Stephen Morris at South River,
      Weymouth Twp.
      Exe.: sons  Edward L. Harbit, William B. Harbit
      Wit.:  Joseph E. Potts, William Norcross, M. B. Peek?
   n. J. G. Campbell bm 1863 Mar 25  bm toJGG and P
      FS.O
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P166D  3931
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jacob G. Campbell             M 56   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Prscilla H. Campbell          F 56   Wife          Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 David  R. Campbell            M 21                                                                  NJ
 Cassius M. Campbell           M 19                                                                  NJ
 Jacob C. Campbell             M 16                                                                  NJ


Samuel Campbell _
   bm 1850
   dm 1850 Apr   FS.O DFN 004206512

Caroline E. Campbell 17
   bf 1830 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
      Campbell
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P69A L25  987/1000.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Wolpert              31M Tarburner               400NJ
 Ann     "                  26F                            Ireland   I
 Robert  "                   6M                            NJ       S
 Adaline "                   5F                            NJ       S
 Mary    "                   2F                            NJ       S
 Caroline Camel             20F                            NJ

Francis T. Campbell 17
   bm 1833 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
      Campbell

William H. Campbell 17
   bm 1838 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
      Campbell
   mf 1863 Sep 12 Elizabeth M. Laus _. NJ_CuCMR P112.

Anna Maria Campbell 17
   bf 1841 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
      Campbell

Margaret Campbell 17
   bf 1843 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
      Campbell

Angeline Campbell 17
   bf 1845 ___ __ to David Benjamin Campbell 16 et ux Margaret (nee Mull 16)
      Campbell

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Thomas Campbell _
   bm 1841 Jul __ to
   mf
   bf
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623     ED29  P3B   76
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.,nt 7, P128A
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Thomas Campbell       Head  WMJul1841 59M 26    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Mary Campbell         Wife  WFOct1849 51M 26 5 5NJ     NJ     NJ
 Emeline Campbell      Dau    F        25        NJ
 Hattie Cambell        Dau    F        23        NJ
 George Campbell       Son    N        20        NJ
 Charles Campbell      Son    M        18        NJ
 Lizzie Campbell       Dau    F        15        NJ




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Archibald Campbell 17
   bm 1826 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell
   n. Lived at Mays Landing.
   mf ____ ___ __ Christina _ _
   bf 1827
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P77B L12  1119/1142.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 12, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Archibald Camel, Jr.       22M Teamster                100NJ
 Christine   "              21F                            NJ
 Archibald   "               2M                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P   L3 1218/1232.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      PO: Da Costa?, 1860 Jul 13, S. R. Devinney, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Archibald Campbell         33M                  1000   300NJ
 Christine   "              33F                            NJ        I
 Lewis P.    "               2M                            NJ
 Theodore Brook             12M                            NJ
   df 1864
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliizabeth
   bf 1841
   n. Susanna Campbell bf 1855 Sep 16 to Arcfhibald /Campbell, Chowdeny in
      Buena Vista, Atlantic Co., NJ
      FS.O C05076-6
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P67C   787
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Buenas Vistas
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Archibald Campbell            M 55   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell            D R39  Wife       M  Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lewis  P. Campbell             M 22   Son          Sectyion Hand On R. R.                                NJ
 Abbie Campbell                F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Snnie Campbell                F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Emma Campbell                 F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Mary Campbell                 F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Rebecca Campbell              F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Winfield Campbell             F 14   Son                                                             NJ

   n. Samuel T. Campbell bm 1861 dm1862 Sep 10 at 1Y in Monroe Twp., Gloucest s
      Co., NJ.
      FS.O B07191-4 FN: Arfhibald Campbell.

 with Christiana
   Archibald _     Lewis P _      Samuel T
   b               b              b              b
 with Elizabeth
   Abbie _         Annie _       Emma _         Mary _         Reb ecca _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Winfield _
   b

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

Francis Campbell 17
   bm 1832 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P93 743
      VA, Accomack Co., Accomack Parish
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Frances A. Campbell        28M                            NJ
 Sarah Campbell             23F                            NJ

Emeline Campbell 17
   bf 1834 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

_ Campbell 17
   b. ____ ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

Jacob Godfrey Campbell 17
   bm 1836 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Ida Bathwick 17
   bf 1838
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P147  L23 1067/1086.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      PO: Weymouth, 1860 Jul 09 , S. R. Devinney, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Jacob Cambell              22M Laborer                    NJ
 Elizabeth  "               22F                            NJ
 William F.  "               2M                            NJ
 Archibald  "               5mM                            NJ
 Watson Turapin             22M                            NJ      M
 Sarah    "                 18F                            NJ      M
 Watsobn  "                 1mM                            NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P147  L30 1067/1087.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      PO: Weymouth, 1860 Jul 09 , S. R. Devinney, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Josiah Gifford             28M Laborer                    NJ        I
 Elizabeth  "               27F                            NJ        I
   df 1902
   dm 1865
 with Elizabeth Ida (nee Bathwick 17) Campbell
   William F 18   Archibald 18   Jacob G 18
   b1860          b1859          b18630325

Charles Campbell 17
   bm 1839 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

Susan Campbell 17
   bf 1841 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

Mary Campbell 17
   bf 1843 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

John Campbell 17
   bm 1845 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P281C L  326
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Clayto
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John W. Campbell              M 43   Self       M  Glzas Blower                                      NJ          nj          nj
 Jennie V. Campbell            F 34   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Ida M. Campbell               F 13   Dau                                                             NJ
 Ida C. Gerard                 F 19   SIL                                                             NJ


Thomas Campbell 17
   bm 1848 ___ __ to Archibald Campbell 16 et ux Rosanna (nee Mull 16) Campbell

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Nathan M Campbell 18
   bm 1841 ___ __ to David Campbell 17 with Ann

John R Campbell 18
   vm 1843 ___ __ to David Campbell 17 with Ann

Curtis B Campbell 18
   bm 1842 Sep _ to David Campbell _ et ux Ann
   mf
   bf
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P329B L  297
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Curtis Campbell               M 38   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lavina F. Campbell            F 28   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Harri L. Campbell             F  7   Dau                                                             NJ
 Raymond B. Campbell           M  5   Won                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED153  P76B  1545
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp. (northwest part)
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Curtis B. Campbell    Head  WMSep1842 58M 29    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Francis L.  Campbell  Wife  WFFeb1853 47M 29 3 1NJ     NJ     NJ
 Hattie L. Campbell    Dau   WFSep1872 28S       NJ     NJ     NJ



Luisa M Campbell 18
   bf 1844  ___ __ to David Campbell 17 with Ann

William F Campbell 18
   bm 1846 ___ __ to David Campbell 17 with Ann

Thomas Campbell 18
   bm 1847 ___ __ to David Campbell 17 with Ann

Sarah Campbell 18
   bf 1848___ __ to David Campbell 17 with Ann

Pauluine Campbell 18
   bf 1849___ __ to David Campbell 17 with Ann

Mary Ann Campbell _
   bf 1855 in Fraklin Twp.
   df 1855 May 31  in Fraklin Tap., Gloucester Co., NJ.
      FS.O B07191-1    FN David Campbell MN Nancy


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William F. Campbell 18
   bm 1860 ___ __ to Jacob Godfrey Campbell 17 et ux Elizabeth Ida
      (nee Bathwick 17) Campbell

Archibald Campbell 18
   bm 1851 ___ __ to Jacob Godfrey Campbell 17 et ux Elizabeth Ida
      (nee Bathwick 17) Campbell
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R797  V    E    P244B L  3611    maybe not associated
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Pittsgrove
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Isaac Johnson                 M 24   Self       M                                                    NJ
 Matilda Johnson               F 22   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Mary K. Johnson               F  0   Other                                                           NJ
 Anna Edner                    F 13   Other                                                           MJ
 Archibell Campbedll           M 21   Other                                                           NJ



Jacob Godfrey Campbell 18
   bm 1863 Mar 25 to Jacob Godfrey Campbell 17 et ux Elizabeth Ida
      (nee Bathwick 17) Campbell on the old homestead at Emilville,
      Atlantic county, N. J.
   mf 1890 ___ __ Ida Viriginia Borthwick 18 at Atlantic city.
   n. http://www.archive.org/stream/manualoflegislat1922mull/manualoflegislat1922mull_djvu.txt
      Rep., Allenhurst was the youngest son of the late Jacob G. Campbell, Sr.
      "With his parents, moved to Weymouth, N. J., when four years old.
      He was educated in the public schools of that town and was graduated at
      Pennington Seminary as an accountant and also as a civil engineer.
      He was employed seven years as clerk and manager of the Electric Light
      Company of Atlantic City. For twenty-five years he was employed by the
      Atlantic Coast Electric Light Company of Asbury Park, and as its secretary
      and manager for eighteen years, resigning in 1918. He is a director and
      secretary of The Neptune Mutual Building and Loan Association.
         Mr. Campbell is a member of the Asbury Park Lodge of Elks; Trinity
      Lodge, No. 79, F. & A. M., of Atlantic City; Salaam Temple, Mystic Shrine,
      of Newark, and of Moose Lodge, No. 1,407, of Asbury Park. He was president
      for nine years of the Board of Education of Allenhurst, and for two years
      was chief of the Allenhurst Fire Company. He has served as a member of the
      Monmouth Republican County Committee and as its secretary from 1919 to
      1920.
 with Ida Virginia (nee Borth) four children, three girls and a boy.



LINKAGE END 05 Archibald Campbell/Abigail Champion - there is much more ...
            Malcolm Sharp's line in Gloucester Co., N. J.

Archibald Csmpbell _
   bm 1848 Dec __ to Archibald & Christina
   mf 1871 ___ __ Sophia (Campbell)
   bf 1855
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P166D    3956
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Archibald Campbell            M 31   Self       M  Worksin Papar Mill                                BJ          NJ          NJ
 Sophia Campbell               F 25   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Richard C. Campbell           M 4                                                                    NJ
 Kate H. Campbell              F 0    Dau                                                             NJ
 Charles Rose                  M 26                                                                   NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED114   P5B  120
      NJ, Cape May Co., Ocean City,
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSYearMonAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Archibald Campbell    Head  WM1848Dec 52M 29    NJ     NJH    NJ
 Sophia S. Campbell    Wife  WF1854Nov 46M 2913 7NJ     NJ     NJ
 Richard C Campbell    Son    M1875Sep 25        NJ
 Kate M. Campbell      Dau   WF        21S       NJ
 Edward H. Campbell    Son    M        19        NJ
 Sophia S. Campbell    Dau    F        16        NJ
 Anna M. Campbedllm    Dau    F        15        NJ
 Jacob G.  Campbell    Son    M        12        NJ
 Laura C. Campbell     Dau    f         7        NJ
 Harry Newcomb         Boarder         25        NJ
 Thomas Hamm           Boarder         34        VA
 Walter Smith          Boarder         12        NJ


Charles F. Campbell _
   bm 1820 Mar in NJ to parents from "Scotland.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    P93C  5256
      NJ, Cape May Co., Upper Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Martha Blakeman               f 63   Self        W Keepinng House                                    NJ          BJ          NJ
 Charles F. Campbell           M 50   Other       W Servant Laborer                                   NJ          NJ          NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED115   P10B  229
      NJ, Cape May Co.,Uper Twp., Petersburg
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSYearMonAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Charles F. Campbell   Head  WM1820Mar 80W       NJ     SCO    SCO
 Martha A. Blakerman   Servan F        83        NJ



Archibald Campbell
   bm 1825
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P23B L13  359/360.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 21, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Felix Bowlack              28M                            Canada
 Rebecca Ann  "             20F                            NJ
 John B.   "                 1M                            NJ
 Archibald Campbell         25M                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P338C L 5792
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Archiubalkd Campbell          M 56=5 Slf        M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          nj
 Emilie Campbell               F 38   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 Joseph Campbell               M 21   Son                                                             NJ
 Rhoda G.                      F 14   Other                                                           NJ
 lonzo Atkinson                M 15                                                                   NJ


   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1842
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P323D L  65
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Mary Campbell                 F 38   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Charles Campbell              M 18   Son                                                             NJ
 David Cqmpbell                M 16   Won                                                             NJ
 William Campbell              MN  7  Son                                                             NJ


_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Conover _
   bf 1816 to John Conover et ux Martha in Fairfield, NJ.
   df 1857 Feb 07 married at 41Y in NJ,  Camden, Camden
      FS.O B07188-9

George Campbell _
   bm 1839
   mf ____ ___ __ Louisa
   bf 1847
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R773  V    E    P4D  L  399
      NJ, Camden Co., Camdern
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 George /Campbell              M 41   Self       M  Keeps Livery Stable                               NJ          NJ          nj
 louisa Campbell               F 33   Wife       M  Keeping House                                     PA          PA          PA
 Henry Campbell                M 14   Son                                                             NJ
 Percy Campbell                M  9                                                                   NJ


Franklin Campbell _
   bm 1844 ___ M__ to
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P32 L  244
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woolwich Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Franklin Campbell          16M                            NJ

Ann Campbell _
   bf 18409
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P33 L  252
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Woolwich Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
Ann Campbell                20F                            NJ

Frank B. Campbell _
   bm 1848 Nay
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma
   bf
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED96  P15B 284
      NJ, Camden Co., Gloucester City, Ward 1
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSYearMonAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Frank B. Campbell     Head  WM1848May 52N 13    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Emma Campbell         Wife  WF1856Sep 44M 13 3 3NJ     NJ     nj
 Hclen I. Campbell     Dau    F        12        NJ     NJ
 Edna B. Campbell      Dau    F        10        NJ
 Benjamin F. Campbell  Son    M         9        NJ
 Bella Sharp           BoarderF        20        NJ


James M. Campbell _
   bm 1832 PA
   mf ____ ___ __ Deborah A.
   bf 1838 NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R774  V    E    P213D 3173
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 James M. Campbell             S 48   Self       M  Plasterer                                         PA
 Deborah A. Campbell           F 42   Wife       M  Keeping House                                     NJ          nj          nj
 Benjamin F. Campbell          M 21   Son                                                             DE
 Clara E. Campbell             F 15   Dau                                                             NJ


John B.  Campbell _
   bm 1862 ___ __ to James Campbell _, Annie in Camden
   dm 1867 Jul 01at5Y single in Camden, Camden Co., NJ.
      FS.O B06572-3.



James Campbell _
   bm 1844
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED29      P2B 51
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Tsp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSYearMonAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Hannah Godfrey        Head  WF1822Dec 78W    7 4NJ     NJ     NUJ
 James Campbell        SIL    M        56        NJ
 Hannah Campbell       Dau    F        38        NJ



                                 NJ, ATLANTIC CO. END

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                                 NJ, CUMBERLAND CO.,  BEGIN

      2003/5/ Comment of Frank Fekel at njgf
         I have as yet found no proof that Peter is a part of my Campbell line,
      which was partly summarized in my njgf email of 22 April, but the fact
      that Peter appears in nearly the same place at nearly the same time as my
      Thomas Campbell of Turkey Point, suggests that Peter may be a brother of
      Thomas.
          Tennessee State University
          Center of Excellence in Information Systems
          330 10th Avenue North
          Nashville, TN 37203 USA
                           Peter Campbell of Newport
      Peter Campbell is a possible younger brother of Thomas Campbell of Turkey
      Point. Listed in a 1773 tax ratable, he was born by 1752. This date is
      consistent with his appearance in the 1793 NJ Militia Census and his
      minimum age in the 1800 US Census. He died between 1812 and 1813.  Peter
      married his second wife, Rhoda (OGDEN) OGDEN, by 31 Jan. 1801.
      Rhoda OGDEN was the daughter of Zephemiah and Phebe (WESTCOTT) OGDEN of
      Fairfield. She first married Daniel OGDEN of Deerfield. She died in 1812.
      In the Sep. 1773 tax ratable of Upper Township, Cape May County, Peter
      is listed as a single man. This is the same year that Thomas Campbell was
      taxed in neighboring Maurice River Township, Cumberland County. By 1778
      both Peter and Thomas found their way to Downe Township of Cumberland
      County with perhaps 6 miles separating the two families.  Additional tax
      lists and other civil records suggest that Peter remained in Downe
      Township for the rest of his life.

   n. References of Frank Fekel.
          Peter Campbell
       1. Stryker-Rodda, K. 1963, GMNJ, 38, 8 [NJ Ratables, Cape May Co. 1773-4]
       2. Sheppard, C., Campbell family notes [gives references to court records
          for division of estate and lists children]
       7. 1941, Vineland Hist. Mag., 26, 155 [overseer of highways]
       9. Cushing &Sheppard, p. 659 [Page's grist mill site]
       10. 1979, GMNJ, 54, 21 [1800 US Census, NJ, Cumberland Co.]
       18. Craig, H. S., Cumberland Co. (NJ) Marriages, pp. 26,27 [sons Peter,
          David, possible dau. Rebecca]

Page 100
Anna Campbell _
   bf 1795 ___ __ by implication. a desc. of Jacob Campbell/William Campbell
      See Hamilton in deeds.
   mm ____ ___ __ Hamilton Moore _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R446 P124A L35  298/_. Review film.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Hamilton Moore             61M Farmer                     NJ
 Anna Moore                 55F                            NJ
 Ellen Moore                15F
 Mary Moore                 1?F                            NJ
 ???? ????re                ___                            NJ
 ???? ????e                 ___                            NJ
 ???? ????e                 ___                            NJ

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LINKAGE BEGIN 07 Manassah Campbell/Rhoda of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., N.J.


Manassah Campbell _
   n,
   n. Manasseah Morton  morton/mary taber
   ld 1804 Jan 18 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1804 Jul 03 B_6 P_579.
      Grantor: Peter Reeves et ux Hannah of Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: Manassah Campbell of Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $48.25 current lawful money of the state aforesaid.
      Description: A certain lot of land situate, lying and being in Maurice
      River Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J. within the vicinity of the village of
      Dorchester and is bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a stake standing by the side of Front
      street at the corner of Pond street, the chimney of the house where Philip
      Rice now lives bares from said stake 46W 2C92L to a stake;
      Thence 18W 2C92L to a stake;
      Thence S50E 4C25L to a stake;
      Thence N18E 2C92L to a stake;
      Thence N60W 4C25L to the beginning within which bounds is contained 1 acre
      and 33 perches of land, strict measure.
      Signed: Peter Reeves, Hannah Reeves
      Witness: Isaac Lowry, Margaretta Wheaton
      Commissioner: James Lee
   ld 1804 Feb 23 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1804 Dec 29 B_7 P_359.
      Grantor: Manassa Campbell et ux Rhoda of Maurice River Twp., Cumberland
      Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Peter Pierce of Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Description: Following described lot of land situated in the village of
      Dorchester, Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J. bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a stake, corner to Abner Barnes lot, standing in the
      westerly line of the road from Dorchester to Gandy's Mills and extends
      S19W 1C21L to a stake;
      Thence N60W 1C80L to the place of beginning, 40 square perches of land
      be the same more or less, which lot of land and part of lot of land that
      the said Manassah Campbell purchased of Peter Reeve by deed bearing date
      (which is not given).  The said Peter Reeve purchased of James Marshall by
      deed (which is not given).
      Signed: Manassah Campbell, Rhoda Campbell
      Witness: John Chance, William Murphy
   ld 1804 Feb 23 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1804 Dec 31 B_7 P_361.
      Grantor: Manassa Campbell et ux Rhoda of Maurice River Twp., Cumberland
      Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Abner Barnes
      Transaction: $22
      Description: Following described lot of land situated in the village of
      Dorchester, Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J. bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a stake, corner to Peter Reeve, standing in the line of the
      road laid out from Dorchester to Gandy's Mill on the westerly side and
      extends along the road;
      S19W 1C21L to a stake corner to Peter Pierce's by the same;
      N60W 1C80L;
      Thence N19E 1C21L to Peter Reeve's land ;
      Thence S60E 1C80L to the beginning containing 40 square perches of land be
       the same more or less, which lot of land and part of lot of land that
      the said Manassah Campbell purchased of Peter Reeve by deed bearing date
      (which is not given).  The said Peter Reeve purchased of James Marshall by
      deed (which is not given).
      Signed: Manassah Campbell, Rhoda Campbell
      Witness: John Chance, Peter Zeince?
   ld 1804 May 26 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1804 Aug 04 B_7 P_94.
      Grantor: Manasseh Campbell et ux Rhoda of Maurice River, Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: Randle Marshall of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $120 lawful money.
      Description: Lot or tract of land except part is hereafter excepted
      situate, laying and being in Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J. in
      the village of Dorchester which is bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a stake standing in the side of Front street at the corner of
      Pond street, a chimney of the house where Phillip Rice now lives, bears
      from said stake S60W;
      Thence from said stake S18W 2C92L to a stake;
      Thence S60E 4C25L to a stake;
      Thence N18E 2C92L to a stake;
      Thence N60W 4C20L to the beginning in which bounds is contained 1 acre 33
      perchs of land strict measure out of which is excepted as before mentioned
      2 lots or pieces of land containing 1/4 acre each, one of which the said
      party of the first part conveyed to Peter Reeve and the other to
      Abner Barnes, the first by deed 1804 Feb 23 and the other by deed
      1804 Feb 23 which exceptions, the said party of the first part does not
      convey in anywise or manner any right plan or parcel thereof to the said
      party of the second part.  The residue of said lot or piece of land which
      was purchased of Peter Reeve et ux Hannah by deed 1804 Jan 18.
      Signed: Manasseh Campbell, Rhoda Campbell his wife;
      Witness: Benjamin Fisler, James Lee, Peter Pierce
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1804 Aug 11 B_7 P9
      Grantor: Manassa Campbell
      Grantee: Randle Marshall
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

Manassah Campbell _
   n. There is a Manassah Campbell in Dekalb Co., GA with a daughter Rachel who
      married a McCormack.
         http://www.rootsweb.com/~aldekalb/Queries_1998.htm
      Also Bethel Cain Campbell tombstone 1843-1905 at Greenwood Baptist Cem,
      Etowah Co., AL.  Son of Manassah Campbell and Chelnessa Doherty Leeth.
         http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ajobebrown/jobe/album/cem_c_leath.html

LINKAGE END 07 Manassas Campbell/Rhoda of Cumberland Co., N. J.


Ellen Campbell _
   bf 1834 in Dennisville
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P54 405
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Maurice River  Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Ellen Campbell             26F                            NJ
 Adelia Campbell             1F                            NJ
   df 1876 Dec 06 at 42Y in Dorcester, NJ.
      FS.O B065652-2  Ellen E. Campbell 42 married no occupation fn Thomas
      MN Hester Daniels.

                                 NJ, CUMBERLAND CO.,  END
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                                 NJ, GLOUCESTER CO.,  BEGIN



LINKAGE BEGIN 10 Levi L. Campbell of Gloucester Co., NJ.

John Campbell _
   n. 1793 Military Census  NJ. Gloucester Co., Woolwich Twp.  John Campbell.

Levi L. Campbell 16
   bm 176_
   n. 1793 Military Census  NJ. Gloucester Co., Woolwich Twp.  Levi Campbell.
   ld 1833 Feb 03 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1833 Mar 20 B_H3 P33. Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC @ GCHS.
      Grantor: Christian Timberman of Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Levi L. Campbell, Lewis? Stanger, both of Franklin Twp.,
      Gloucester Co., N. J. and Jacob S. Miller of the Philadelphia city and
      county of Pa.
      Description: describe tract or rice of land situate in Deptford Twp.,
      Gloucester Co., N. J. and is bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a stake corner of a lot of land the said Levi L. Campbell,
      Lewis Stanger and Jacob S. Miller purchased of Phillip J. Gray by deed,
      (no date given) recorded at Woodbury, Gloucester Co., N. J., it being the
      northeasterly corner of said lot or lots of land and being Lot No. 8 on
      the map of division of the real estate of James Duffield, dec'd which was
      laid off and a lot of it to the heirs of said James Duffield, dec'd by
      commissioners appointed by the Orphan's Court of Gloucester to divide
      real estate of the said James Duffield, dec'd and the said division was
      recorded in the Surrogate's Office, Gloucester Co. and the said lot of
      land is marked and numbered on the map of said division, being the same
      lot which was laid off and allotted to Elizabeth Timberman, late Duffield,
      being one of the heirs-in-law of the said James Duffield, dec'd and the
      said Elizabeth became the wife of said Christian Timberman and has since
      died and left children who became heirs of the said lot of land and the
      said Christian Timberman has since purchased said lot of land of his
      children by sundries, good conveyances thereof, the said Christian
      Timberman became seized of the whole of the said lot bounded as follows;
      Beginning on Jacob Hewitt's land 6C60L to a corner of Lot No. 9 allotted
      to Josiah Duffield;
      Thence along said lot to Lot No. 2 on said map allotted to James Duffield;
      Thence bounding on said Lot No. 2 and Lot No. 3 allotted to Charles
      Duffield to the said lot or lots first above named;
      Thence along said lot to the Place-of-Beginning containing 4.55 acres.
   n. Assessor, Overseer of Poor, other mentions  - HoSGCC Cushing & Sheppard.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P148 L26.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Levi L. Campbele         /2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Levi L. Campbell)_______ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   wm 1840 Apr 12 Gloucester County Wills 1836-1846. D183-186
      Levi L. Campbell, Franklin, Gloucester Co., will of:
      Wife Mary Campbell all goods and furniture she brought with her at our
      marriage, and also the large gilt frame looking glass together with use
      and occupancy of my dwelling house and lot on which it stands situated
      adjoining the glass house lot at Glassboro and also the barn and barn lotz
      which contains about two acres Which said barn and lot bounds as follows -
      and description follows.
      To son Lacy L. Campbell
      To son Joshua E. Campbell
      To son Charles Campbell
      To son Christopher Campbell
      To son Levi Campbell
      Executors as soon as convenient after my decease to sell at public vendue
      all my real and personal estate not herein before disposed of and proceeds
      thereof to be distributed as hereinafter mentioned.  Executors to select
      three judicious and disinterested persons to appraise and value all the
      above named bequests excepting that to my son Levi Campbell which is to be
      and remain as above described which amounts of valuations I do order to be
      added to the proceeds fo the sale sand then the proceeds thereof to be
      paid to my sons Lacy L. Campbell, Joshua E. Campbell, Charles Campbell and
      Christopher Campbell to my daughters Elizabeth Waters and Mary Miller and
      to the heirs of my daughter Martha Macera the heirs of my daughter Louisa
      Abbott and the heirs of my daughter Matilda Stanger in such proportions as
      shall make them equal and in case any one having a bequest in real estate
      valued above their equal proportion said Executor shal sell at public sale
      sufficient thereof to make them equal, share and share alike including
      real and personal estate.
 with
   Levi 17        Lacy L 17      Joshua E 17    Charles 17     Christopher 17
   b              b18029707      b              b              b
   Elizabeth 17   Mary 17        Martha 17      Louisa 17      Matilda 17
   b              b              b              b              b1800

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Levi Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   mf 1825 Mar 30 Mary Dehart _ NJ_GCMR P51 (maybe the son)
   bf
 with
   Christopher 18
   b18271125      b              b              b              b

Lacy L. Campbell 17
   bm 1802 Jul 02 to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux Mary
      FS.On IPN: C01928-1
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliza H. 17
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P149 L2.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lacy L. Campble          /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Lacy L. Campbell)_______ 20-29MW
 (Eliza H.)_______________ 20-29FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R252 P132.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lacy L. Campbell  *      /1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Lacy L. Campbell)_______ 30-39MW
 (Eliza H.)_______________ 30-39FW
 (Mary E.)________________ 05-09FW
 (John E.)________________ 05-09MW
 (Martha M.)______________ 00-04FW
 (Jacob S.)_______________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P7B L20  109/113.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct __, D. B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Lacy L. Campbell           47M Farmer                     NJ
 Eliza H.   "               43F                            NJ
 Mary E.    "               18F                            NJ       S
 John E.    "               15M Glass Blower               NJ       S
 Martha M.  "               13F                            NJ       S
 Jacob S.   "               11M                            NJ       S
 Anna G.    "                8F                            NJ       S
 Matilda S.  "               4F                            NJ       S
   mf 1860 May 12 M. A. Harris 17 at Glassboro, Gloucester Co., NJ.x, she at 38,
      he at 57  she and he  widowed. FS.O IPN:M02751-0.
   bf 1822
   dm 1864 Aug 02 at 62 Y in Glassboro, Gloucester C., NJ married taylor
      FS.O  B07161-4 bm 18092 FN Levi L. Campbell
 with Eliza H.
   Mary E 18      John E 18      Martha M 18    Jacob S 18     Anna G 18
   b1832          b1835          b1837          b1839          b1842
   Matilda S 18   Sophia L 18
   b1846          b18500707

Joshua E. Campbell 17
   bm 181_ ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R254 P115 L15.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Lawrence Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joshua Cambell           /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R454 P133 L    000/000.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Lawrence Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Joshua Campbell

Harris Campbell _
   bm  ____ ___ __ to Jos. Campbell _ with A. Maria  in Camden
   dm 1873 Jun 17 at Glassboro, Gloucester Co., NJ , machinist
      FS.O IPN:B06578-1.

Charles Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux

Charles Campbell _
   bm 1828     maybe not here.
   mf ____ ___ __ Neoma
   bf 1829
   n. Note Duffield connectiuon
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P337B L 5724
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Charles Campbel               M 52   Self       M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          NJ
 Neoma Campbel                 F 51   Wife       M  Keepinbg House                                    NJ          NJ          NJ
 Anna  Campbel                 F 23   Dau       S   Sewing                                            NJ
 Alonzo Campbel                F 20   Son                                                             NJ
 Rose Emma Campbel             F 17   Dau                                                             NJ
 Elizabeth Campbel             F 14   Dau                                                             NJ
 Charles L. Campbel            M 12   Sonf                                                            NJ
 John P. Campbel               M  7   Sonf                                                            NJ
 Duffield Campbel              M 35   BIL     S   Sailor                                              NJ         NJ          NJ


Christopher Campbell 17
   bm 1828 ___ __ to to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel
   bf 1833 Jan in NJ
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R    P9 L10  74
      NJ,
      PO:

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Christopher Campbell          42MW                                             NJ
 Rachel Campbell               37FW                                             NJ
 Levi S. Campbell              18MW                                             NJ
 Sarah S. Campbell               1W                                             NJ

   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P380A L 3684
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Glassboro
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Christopher Campbell          M 50   Self       M  Glass Blower                                      NJ          NJ          NJ
 Rachal Campbell               F 47   Wife       M  Keeping House                                     NY          NJ          NJ
 Sarah Campbell                F 11   Dau                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED155  P4B  88
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Glassborro Twp., Glassborro Village
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSYearMonAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Rachel Campbell       Head  WF1833Jan 67W    3 2NJ     NJ     NJ
 Levi L. Campbell      Son   WM1853Feb 47W       NJ     NJ     NJ
 Effie L. Campbell     GDau  WF1891May  9S       PA     NJ     NJ

 with Rachel
   Levi 18
   bm 1852


Elizabeth Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Waters 17

Mary Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Miller 17 (Jacob S?)

Martha Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Macera 17
   df<1840

Louisa Campbell 17
   bf 1800 ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   mm 1820 Jan 06 Benjamin Abbott 17, her name Louiza. NJ_GCMR P27.
   bm 1797 ___ __ to Jeptha Abbott 16, Rev.
   df 1826
   mf 1827 ___ __ Mercy Davis _
   bf 1803

Matilda Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell 16 et ux
   mm 1804 Mar 11 Francis Stanger _ Capt. NJ_GCMR P178
   bm
   n. TX, Colorado Co., - TX, Columbus, Nesbit Memorial Library.
      Book D, page 56, 1859 October 27 John F. Leyendecker marries
      Francis A. Stanger; H. E. Jones, justice of the peace, performs the
      ceremony.
      Book D, page 62, 1859 December 22, Oswald R. Stanger marries Ellen Corsey;      G. W. Toliver, justice of the peace, performs the ceremony.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R451 P5B L17  75/78.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 20, D. B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Stanger              45M Glass Blower               NJ
 Jane     "                 36F                            NJ
 Rachel Ann "               18F                            NJ
 Hiram    "                 16M                            NJ       S
 Catharine M. Cardy         10F                            PA       S
 Albert Campbell             1M                            NJ
 Robert Austin              22M                            NJ
 Franklin Homan             14M                            NJ
   n. 1933 Jun 30 NJ, Camden Courier Post
      4 Guests on Lawyers Cruise - Camden Attorneys Go with Cumberland Co. Bar
      on Trip in Bay.
      ...  Judge Francis A. Stanger, Jr. of Bridgeton.
 with Francis Stanger _
   David _
   b1805

Albert Campbell _
   bm 1849
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Christopher M. Campbell _
   bm 1827 Nov 27 to Levi Campbell et ux Mary (nee


Lacy B. Campbell _)
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary A.
 with
   Charles _)
   bm 1862 in Glassboro
   dm 1864Jul 03 in Glassboro, Gloucester Co., NJ.
      FS.O B07191-4  FN Lacy B. Campbell MN Mary A. Campbell

Mary E. Campbell 18
   bf 1835 ___ __ to Lacy L. Campbell 17 et ux Eliza H.

John E. Campbell 18
   bm 1832 ___ __ to Lacy L. Campbell 17 et ux Eliza H.

Martha M. Campbell 18
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Lacy L. Campbell 17 et ux Eliza H.

Jacob S. Campbell 18
   bm 1839 ___ __ to Lacy L. Campbell 17 et ux Eliza H.
   mf 1870 ___ __  Mageret
   bf 1850 May
   n. Lizzie Campbell bf 1871 Jun 2 to Jacob Campbell et ux Margaret Campbell in
      Glassboro,
      df 1871 Jun  02 at 1Y Afemale single in Glassboro, NJ.
      FS.O B06575-7
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P381C L 3895
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Glassboro
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jacob Campbell                M 45   Self      S   Deealer ib Notions                                NJ          NJ          NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED`156 P1B  22
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Glassborro Twp.,
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Jacob S.Campbell      Head  WMFeb1839 63M 30    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Mageret CampBell      Wife  WFMay1850 50M 30 2 2NJ     NJ     NJ
 Mabel Campbell        Dau    FNov1877 23S       NJ
 Maud Campbell         Dau    FDec1880 20S       NJ

 with Margaret
   Lizzie _       Mabel _        Maud _
   b1870          b187711        b1880Dec       b              b

Anna G. Campbell 18
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Lacy L. Campbell 17 et ux Eliza H.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P422D L 2731     maybe wrong assoc.;n
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Mullica Hill
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Annie Campbell                F 38             SW                                                    NJ          NJ          NJ
 Annie Chattin                 F 24                                                                   PA
 Warren Parker                 M 17                                                                   NJ



Matilda S. Campbell 18
   bf 1846 ___ __ to Lacy L. Campbell 17 et ux Eliza H.
   mf 1864 Aug 13 Emile Goutiere 18 at Williamstown, Camden Co., NJ, he ofs
      of Glassboro, NJ, both single.
      FS.O M50883-3.

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Levi Campbell _
   bm 1852 ___ __ to Levi L. Campbell _ with Sarah R. (VanHest _)
      he at 36Y, she at 21Y, in Glassboro, Gloucester, NJ.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P385A L 117
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Glassboro
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Hiram Stanger ......
 .
 Levi Campbell                 M 28    Nephew    S   Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          nj

 with
   Christopher M
   b18880708      b              b              b              b

Levi L. Campbell 18
   bm 1853 Feb __ to Christopher Campbell 17 et ux Rachel NJ
   mf
   bf NJ
 with
   Effie L 19
   b189105 in PA



LINKAGE END 10 Levi L. Campbell of Gloucester Co., NJ.

John Campbell _
   n. w. 1778 Jul 18 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Campbell, John, of Gloucester Co. Int.
      Adm'r John Davis. Fellowbondsman William Moffett; both of said Co.
      Lib. 16, p. 519.

   n. w. 1780 Apr 17 NJA_COW 1786-1790  1SV36  XXXVI
      Badcock, John, of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co.; will of.
      Fifty acres of land that join land where Samuel Snell lives, to be sold.
      Wife, Christean, the use of my part of the saw mill and land where I live,
      for 3 years. Son, John, % of my land and part of my saw mill, and, at his
      death, to his son, Jacob. Sons, Jacob and Enoch, the rest of saw mill and
      lands, when they are 21. Daughters, Margret Corson and Rebekah Campbell,
      40 shillings each. Grandsons, Samuel and John Indecut, 10 shillings each.
      Granddaughter, Mary Indecut, 20 shillings. Daughters, Mary and Sarrah,
      rest of moveable estate, when they are 18.
      Exec.: wife, Christeen and Jacob Indecut.
      Wit.: William Waer, John Bush, Joshua Smith.
      1789 Jun 18 Proved.
      1789 Jun 18 Renunciation by Jacob Endecott.
      1789 May 23 Inventory, #150.0.8, made by William Gwin and Joshua Smith.
      Lib. 31, p. 419.

George W. Campbell _
   n. w. 1784 Sep 17 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Clement, Samuel, of Newton Township, Gloucester Co.; will of.
      Wife, Beulah, the profits of that part of my land bequeathed to my son,
      Evan, and also of that part bequeathed to my son, Samuel. Son, Samuel, the
      plantation where John Gaunt lives. Son, Evan, the land where I live; also
      a meadow on Coopers Creek, joining land of Thomas Redman and
      Samuel Kenard; also woodland I bought of Thomas Clement, joining land of
      Jacob Roberts, deceased. Daughter, Rebekah Hopkins, #300. Daughters,
      Ruth and Ann Clement, #300, when they are 18.
      Exec.: wife, Beulah, and my brothers, Joseph and Abel Clement.
      Wit: George W. Campbell, Joshua Evens, James Sloan, Joseph Ellis.
      1784 Nov 02 Proved.
      1784 Oct 06 Inventory, #1,748.19.7, made by Samuel Ladd and
      Benjamin Thackray. Lib. 25, p. 568.
   n. w. 1788 Dec 12 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Brown, John, of Woodbury, Gloucester Co., formerly of Scotland, st one
      cutter. Int.
      Adm'r: George W. Campbell.
      Fellowbondsman: Benjamin Whitall; both of said Co.
      1788 Dec 23 Inventory, #9.13.0, made by Joshua Howell and
      Benjamin Whitall. "Note from John Mc [unintelligible].
      Wit.: Thomas Gregeon and Walter Dawson, none of them known". "An unsettled
      account between said intestate and the Managers of the Court House and
      Gaol". Lib. 31, p. 37.
   n. w. 1790 Jul 22 NJA_COW 1786-1790  1SV36  XXXVI
      Sharp, Tboman, of Gloucester Co. Int. Adm'r:
      James Stratton. Fellowbondsnian: George W. Campbell; both of said Co.
      Lib. 31, p. 480.
   n. w. 1700 Nov 24 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI  Year?
      Morton, Mary, of Gloucester Co., late Mary Price.
      Int. Adm'r: George Morton, of Philadelphia. Fellowbondsman:
      Joshua Cooper, of Newtown, N. J.
      1791 May 24 Inventory, #326.7.9, made by George W. Campbell
      and Elisha Clark. Bond from George Ward to Mary Price. Bond
      from Andrew Hunter to Mary Price. Bond from Hannah Matlack
      to Mary Price. Bond from Joshua Cooper to Jonathan Morgan,
      assigned to Mary Price. Lib. 31, p. 479.
   n. w. 1787 May 17 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Watson, William, of Woolwich Township, Gloucester Co. Int.
      Adm'x: Patience Watson. Fellowbondsman: Felix Fisler; both of said place.
      Wit: George W. Campbell.
      1787 May 05 Inventory, #421.19.7, made by Valentine Reynalds and
      Felix Fisler. Lib. 29, p. 120.

John & Elliz (nee Matthews _) Campbell
   n. w. 1788 Oct 17 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Mathews, James, of Woolwich Twsp., Gloucester Co.; will of.
      Real and personal in Penna. and New Jersey to be sold. Grandson,
      Samuel Parsons (son of daughter Catherine Dugan, alias Parsons), #150,
      when 21. Grandson, James Campbell, (son of daughter Elizabeth Campbell),
      #150, when 21. Daughter, Jane Mathews, interest from #100 yearly; at her
      decease the #100 to be divided between, son, Richard, and daughters,
      Elizabeth Campbell and Phebe Morrison. Daughter, Catherine Dugan, #10.
      Son, Richard, and daughters, Elizabeth and Phebe, each % of residue.
      Grand children, i.e., William Dugan, George Dugan, {sons of daughter
      Catherine Dugan), and Elizabeth Dugan and Margaret Dugan, (daughters of
      daughter Phebe Morrison, alias Dugan), the other ^ of residue.
      Exec: son-in-law, John Campbell, and son-in-law, Daniel Morrison.
      Wit.: Thomas Denny, Vanderveer Homan and Gideon Denny.
      1792 Aug 28 Proved.  Lib. 34, p. 424; File 1824H.



Rhederick Campbell _
   bm 1831
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P90 716
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Fairfield Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Rhederick Campbell         29M                            NJ
 Letitia Campbell           24F                            NJ
 Milliard F. Campbell        4M                            NJ
 Anna E. Campbell            2F                            NJ


Thomas Campbell _
   bm 1832 Feb    to Elizabeth Stanton
   mf 1864 Sophia C.
   bf 1841 Nov
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    P475A L  3141
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Williamstown
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Thomas Campbell               M 49   Self       M  Glass Blower                                      NJ          NJ          NJ
 Sophia Campbell               F 40   Wife                                                            NJ
 Milliard Campbell             M 14   Son                                                             NJ
 Hammond Campbell              M 12   Son                                                             NJ
 Oliver Campbell               M 19   Son                                                             NJ
 Pia Campbell                  F  7   Dau                                                             NJ
 Carrie Campbell               F  4   Dau                                                             NJ
 Elizabeth Stanton             F 60   Mother                                                          NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R    ED162  P7A 142
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Monroe Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Tho Campbell          Head  WMFeb1832 68M 36    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Sophia C. Campbell    Wife  WFNov1841 5SM 36 6 5NJ     NJ     NJ
 Hammond Campbell      Son   WMJun1866 34S       NJ     NJ     NJ
 Carrie Campbell       Dau   WFFeb1876 24S       NJ     NJ     NJ
 Wiloliam Campbell     Son   WMJul1880 20S       NJ     NJ     NJ
 Edward L. King        GSon  WMAug1895  5S       NJ     NJ     NJ


_ Campbell _
   bm 1859
   dm 1860 Jan 10 at 1Y in NJ, Camden /co., Williamstown LPOR same  FN Jas.
      Campbell, MN Elizabeth
      FS.O B07188-3

John W. Campbell _
   bm 1845 Jul in Wiliamstown, NJ
   mf 1865 Sep 15 Jane T. Girard _ in Williamstown, Camden Co., NJ, she 19,
      both single.
      FS.O IPN:M50883-3
   bf 1846 ___ __ to Jap. Girard
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     E148     P8B  195
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Clayton Borough, Clayton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 John Campbell         Head  WM 62       M 33    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Jane E. Campbell      Wife  WFJul1845 55M 33 1 0NJ     SWI    NJ




_ Cmpbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sallie
   bf 1848
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R773  V    E    P518A  2411
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Camden
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Sallie Campbell               F 32   Self        W Keeps House                                       NJ          NJ          NJ
 William Campbell              M 13   Son                                                             NJ
 Albert J Campbell             M 11   Son                                                             NJ
 May  S. Campbell              F  9   Dau                                                             NJ
 Thomas J. Campbell            M  7   Son                                                             NJ
 Elizabeth G. Campbell         F  6   Dau                                                             NJ



Samuel Campbell _
   bm 1816
   Rmf Mariah
   c. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census    L19 61
      MN, Olmsted, Rg 15 Twp 108
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel Campbdll            41M                            NJ
 Mariah Campbell            44F                            NJ
 Warrfin Campbell           10M                            IL
 Mary H. Campbell            5F                            IL

George S. Campbell _
   bm 1823
   mf
   c. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census    L27 74
      MN, Olmsted, Rg 15 Twp 108
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George S. Campbell         34M                            NJ
 Sydia Campbell             34F                            PY
 Catherine E. Campbell      14F                            NY
 John J. Campbell           12M                            IL
 Annagene Campbell           5F                            IL
 Albert A. Campbell          3M                            IL

Peter Campbell _
   bm 1831
Margaret Campbdll _
   bf 1836
Joseph Camkpbell _
   bm 1835
   c. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census    L9 74     DFN004539669
      MN, Olmsted, Rg 15 Twp 108
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Peter Campbell            22M                             NJ
 Margaret Campbell         22M                             NJ
 Joseph Campbell           22M                             NJ

Cornelius G. Campbell _
    bm 834 in NJ
   mf nAlsinda
   bf VA
   c. 1857 Minnesota Territorial Census    L23  62
      MN, Olmsted, Rg 15 Twp 108
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Cornelius G. Campbell      23M                            NJ
 Alsinda Campbell           22F                            VA
 Alice Campbell              2F                            IL
 Mary F. Campbell            0F                            MN


Thomas Campbell _
   bm 1849
   mf 1870 Sarah C
   bf 1848 ___ __ in Maine.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R781  V    E    T278B  85
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Claytonh
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Thomas Cambell                W 30   Self       M  Laborer                                           NJH         NJ          NJ
 Sarah C. Campbella            F 32   Wife       M                                                    ME          ME          me
 George S. Campbell            M  9   Son                                                             NJ
 David F. Campbell             M  8   Son                                                             NJ
 Oscar A. Campbell             M  6   Son                                                             NJ
 Preston S Campbell            M  3   Son                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     ED1438   P1B  18
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Clayton Borough, Clayton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Thomas Campbell       Head  WMJun1849 51M 30    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Sarah C. Campbell     Wife  WFDec1848 52M 30 4 4Me     ME     ME
 Preston S. Campbell   Son    M        24       NJ
 Daniel F. Campbell    Son    M        28       NJ
 Sxcar A. Campbell     Son    M        27       NJ




Jacob Campbell _
   bm 1850 Apr __
   mf
   bf
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     E148     P10B  235
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Clayton Borough, Clayton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Jacob Campbell        Head  WMApr1850 50M 15    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Allice H. Campbell    Wife  WFAug1860 40M 15 4 3NJ     NJ     NJ
 Ethel Campbell        Dau   WF        14        NJ
 Mary E. Campbelll     Dau   WF        10        NJ
 Jacob C. Campbell     Son   WM         4        NJ



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Mary Cambel _
   mm 1761 Aug 03 Francis Panton _ of NY, she of Shrewsbury.  NJA P83.

Elizabeth Cammell _
   mm 1683/4 Jan 08 Anthony Dixon _, both of Salem.  NJA P83.

Rebecca Campbell _
   mm 1762 Mar 01 Isaac Mills _, both of Cumberland.. bel NJA P82/NJ_CuCMR P9.

Charity Campbell _
   mm 1779 Mar 13 Rufus Crane _ of Essex. NJA P83.

Elizabeth Campbell _
   mm 1772 Nov 16 John Tunison _ of Bridgewater, she of Somerset. NJA P83.

Hannah Campbell _
   mm 1760 Feb 19 John Sandford _, both of Newark. NJA P83.

Hannah Campbell _
   mm 1774 Dec 24 James Letts _ of Middlesex. NJA P83.

Hannah Campbell _
   mm 1776 May 28 William Boulton _, both of Burlington. NJA P83.

Jennet Campbell
   mm 1740 Sep 22 Tobias Van Nordebn _, both of New Brunswick.. NJA P83.

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1763 Feb 18 Benjamin Plum _, both of Princetown. NJA P83.

Mary Campbell _
   mm lost date Israel Read _ of Middlesex, she of NY.. NJA P83.

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Thomas Campbell _
   mf 1870 Nov 14 Sarah C. Smalley _. NJ_GCMR P51.

John Cambel _
   bm>1774
   mf 1798 May 12 Ruhama Roberson _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf>1774
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32  Index P24-25   R0 P041.
      NJ, Cumberland Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Cammel             /00 00 01 00 00/01 00 01 00 00/0 0 _____________
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P041.
      NJ, Cumberland Co.,
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Cammel ____________/00 00 01 00 00/01 00 01 00 00/00 00 _____________
 (John Campbell)_________ 16-25MW
 (Ruhama nee Roberson)___ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

James Campbell _
   mf 1803 Nov 08 Deborah Ayars _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Phineas Ayars _ et ux Sarah (nee Barrett _)

Archibald Campbell _
   mf 1865 Oct 02 Sarah E. Campbell _. NJ_CuCMR P112.

Sarah E. Campbell _
   mm 1869 Feb 18 Joseph Nicholson _. NJ_GCMR P142.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Nicholson _

Charles J. Campbell _
   mf 1860 Apr 21 Arabella Harris _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P418D  3522
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Charles J. Campbell           M 41   Self       M  Glassblower                                       NJ          NJ          NJ
 Arabella L. Campbell          F 38   Wife       M                                                    NJ
 George B. Campbell            M 17   Son                                                             NJ
 Carrie H. Campbell            F 15   Dau                                                             NJ
 Paul F. Campbell              M 14   Son                                                             NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   ED121   P10A 231
      NJ, Cumberland Co.,  Bridgeton City, Wd. 3A
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,  Ezra E. Venable

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Chas. Campbell        Head  WMSep1837 63        NJ
 Arabella Campbell     Wife  WFMar1842 58M 39 3 1NJ     NJ     NJ
 Stewart Cammpbell     Nephew M        24        NJ


Josiah Campbell _
   mf 1859 Sep 10 Susan Penn _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
 with Susan
   John P _
   b1859
   dm 1861 Nov 23
      FS.O B07188-8  bm 1859 Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., NJ fn Josiah Campbell
      MN Susan Campbell  dm 1861 Nov 23 at 2Y in  Millville, Cumberland CXo., NJ

Josiah Campbell _)
   bm 1841 in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Lavina
   bf 1848 in NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P443C 13144
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Edward J. Donnelly            M 31                                                                   NJ
 Annie M. Donnelly             F 29                                                                   NJ
 Robert O. Connelly            M  7                                                                   NJ
 William P. Donnelly           M  3                                                                   NJ
 Josiah Cambell                M 39              M  Glasasblower                                      NJ           PA         NJ
 Lavina Campbell               F 32              M                                                    NJ           CAN        NJ


Caroline Campbell _
   mm 1852 Dec 24 L. Murray Perkins _
   bm 1829 Sep 06 in Flushing, LI, NY.
   df 1861 Feb 04
   mf 1874 Feb 24 Elizabeth R. Enders _ of Rahway.
   n. 1882 moved to Kansas, Baxter Springs.

Dennis Campbell _
   bm 1821 Nov 12
   mf 1843 Oct 20 Rebecca W. Ayres _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Amasa Ayars _ et ux Sarah (nee Davis _) Ayars.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R462 P     L8  57/58
      NJ, Salem Co., Upper Alloways Ck.p
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Dennis Campbell            29M                            NJ
 Rebecca Campbell           28F                            NJ
 Emily Campbell              6F                            NJ
 Alexander Campbell          4M                            NJ
 Harriot Campbell            2F                            NJ
 Phebe Noble                13F                            NJ
   dm 1880 Nov 05 at 58Y.

David Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __
   mf 1866 Feb 22 Catherine L. Bebout _ at OH, Muskingum.
   bf 1841 Dec 01 to Ira Condit Bebout _ et ux Maria (nee Howey _) Bebout.

Elbert Campbell _
   bm 1837
   mf 1860 May 01 Caroline Smith _. NJ_CuCMR P112.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R     P104 875
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Twsp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Elbert Campbell            23M                            NJ
 Caroline Campbell          22F                            NJ
   n. Howard Campbell bm 1871 to Albert Campbell et ux Caroli9ne in Bridgeton,
      Cumberland ?Coo., NJ.
      dm 1871 Ict 19 at 0Y in Bridgeton, Cumberland/ Co., NJ single.
      FS.O B06575-6 fn mn as above.
   df 871 Dec 05 at 33Y n Bridgeton, Cumberlqnd Co., NJ.
      FS.O B06575-9 Caroline Campbell bf 1838 B ridgeton df married as above.:
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V    E    PT127C 2270
      NJ, Caumberland Co., Bridgeton
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Elbert Campbell               M 41   Self        W Policeman                                         NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lillie Campbell               F 18   Dau                                                             NJ
 Ida B. Campbell               F 15   Dau                                                             NJ
 Hattie Campbell               F 13   Dau                                                            NJ
 Elisia Hand                   F 40   Other                                                          NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R        ED125   P7B    162
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Commercial Twp., Mauricetown
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Elbert Campbell       Head  WMApr1838 62M  7    NJ
 Eliza Campbell        Wife  WFNov1837 62M  7 1 1NJ     NJ     nj

   df 1871 Dec 05 at 3at 33 9n nBridegeto, Cumberland Co., NJ married bf 1838
      FS.O B06575-9  :
 with Caroline
   Sallie _       Ida B +        Hettie _       Elesia _       Howard
   b              b              b              b              b1871
                                                               d18711019

Hiram Campbell _
   mf 1868 Apr 05 Emma L. Stanford _. NJ_CuCMR P112 see Firman.


   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R
      NJ,
      PO

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Michael Woolbert              58M                                              PA
 Sarah Woolbert                56F                                              NJ
 Sarah A. Woolbert             20                                               NJ
 Emaline P. Campbelll          25F                                              NJ




Joseph Campbell 06
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe Blizzard 6
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jeremiah et ux Abiah (nee _ 5) Blizzard

Joseph Campbell _
   bm 1826
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R451 P084A L24 353/364.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Deptford Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 22, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel Wheaton             32M Shoe Maker                       NJ
 Elizabeth Wheaton          29F                                  NJ
 Elizabeth Wheaton          29F                                  NJ
 Adzilla K. Wheaton         13F                                  NJ S
 Sara Jane T. Wheaton       11F                                  NJ S
 Mary Emma [YG].             9F                                  NJ S
 Louisa M. Wheaton           7F                                  NJ S
 Theadore D. Wheaton         3M                                  NJ
 Charles C. Wheaton          1F                                  NJ
 Nerr Sterling              23M Carpenter                        NJ
 Joseph Campbell            24M                                  NJ

J. Quincy Campbell _
   mf 1870 Dec 03 Naomi E. Joslin _. NJ_CuCMR P112.

Mark Campbell
   mf 1868 Mar 11 Ruth (nee _ _) Fowler. NJ_CuCMR P112.

Shedrick T. Campbell _
   mf 1855 Nov 17 Lettice Westcott _. NJ_CuCMR P112.

Smith Campbell _
   mf 1877 Dec 12 Lida Pettit _. NJ_CuCMR P112.

Thomas Campbell _
   mf 1862 Aug 10 Elizabeth Shaw _. NJ_CuCMR P112.

Eley Cambell _
   mm 1811 Mar 31 William Long _. NJ_CuCMR P57.

Peggy Cambel
   mm 1804 Nov 27 David Hess _, both of Maurice River Twp., by John Walker.
      Witness: John Finch and Nancy Budd. NJ_MRT P58.

Polly Cambell _
   mm 1812 Apr __ George Hess _. NJ_CuCMR P247.

Elizabeth Camell _
   mm 1837 Oct 19 Joseph Bingham _. NJ_CuCMR P108.

Adelia Campbell _
   mm ____ ___ __NJ_CuCMR P147.  Cannot find.

Anna B. Campbell _
   mm 1863 Nov 23 Wilson Adams _. NJ_CuCMR P95.

Anne Campbell _
   mm 1796 Aug 09 Amos Bradford. NJ_CuCMR P22.

Betsey Campbell _
   mm 1821 Nov 07 Aaron Bennett _. NJ_CuCMR P241.

Callie Campbell _
   mm 1872 Dec 28 Owen Dickson _. NJ_CuCMR P126.

Caroline Campbell _
   mm 1863 Dec 02 James R. Hedley _. NJ_CuCMR P149.

Cenlia Campbell _
   mm 1868 Apr 04 Clement Lore _. NJ_CuCMR P166.

Cornelia Campbell _
   mm 1856 Feb 02 Lorenzo Wood _. NJ_CuCMR P224.

Cynthia A. Campbell _
   mm 1869 Mar 03 Charles H. Sheppard _. NJ_CuCMR P199.

Elizabeth Campbell _
   mm 1841 Feb 18 Charles Gandy _. NJ_CuCMR P137.

Elizabeth Campbell _
   mm 1871 Dec 23 Richard Stanton _. NJ_CuCMR P207.

Elizabeth Campbell _
   mm 1818 Oct 28 Charles Gaskill _. NJ_CuCMR P228.

Emma J. Campbell _
   mm 1865 Dec 31 Robert E. Low _. NJ_CuCMR P167.

Ellen Campbell _
   mm 1871 Oct 14 Orange Moore _. NJ_CuCMR P176.

Jane Campbell _
   bf ____ ___ __
   mm 1805 Jan 09 Richard Shaw _. NJ_CuCMR P76. in Cumberland C o., NJ.
      1st cousin to Liz? 2011/10/21 RWC75.
   bm 1778 Sep 01 to Richard Shaw 14 et ux Catherine (nee Vanaman 14) Shaw
      May not be right parents - 2011/10/21 RWC75.
   ld 1833 Mar 28 NJ_CuCDR B_57 P333 Rec. 1833 Mar 28
      Grantor: Richard Shaw et ux Jane of Maurice River
      Grantee: Richard Doughty of Millville Twp.
      Transaction: $200 lawful money
      Description: Land situate in Maurice River Twp.,
      Beginning at a stake by the edge of the Mill Pond being also a corner to
      a lot of land this day sold to Elizabeth Borden
      Thence binding on said lot N85W 54P to a corner of Benjamin F. Reeves
      lot,
      Thence by said lot and land of Benjamin Fisler N4E 137P to a stake in
      Simon Shaw's line,
      Thence by said line and lands of Isaac Townsend, S61E 171P to the edge of
      the Mill Pond,
      Thence along the edge of said pond bounding thereby the several courses
      thereof to the Place-of-Beginning containing 48 acres 2 rods and 16
      perches, more or less, part of the same land which said Richard Shaw
      purchased at vendue from the estate of Jonathan Borden, dec'd. 1832 Dec
      08
      Signed: Richard Shaw, Jane Shaw.
      Witness: John Wishart
   ld 1833 Mar 28 NJ_CuCDR B_57 P_335 Rec. 1833 Mar 28
      Grantee: Elizabeth Bordin of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantor: Richard Doughty of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $5 for quit claim of 48 acres 2 rods and 16 perches
      Description: Land bought by Richard Shaw at the public sale of late
      husband, Jonathan Bordin, dec'd, this day and date in Maurice River Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Witness: John Wishart
   ld 1834 Feb 11 NJ_CuCDR B_59 P_302.
      Grantor: Richard Doughty et ux Rebecca of Maurice River Twsp.
      Grantee: Richard Shaw
      Transaction: $200
      Description: bounded by Simon Shaw, Benjamin Reeves, Benjamin
      Fisher and land sold to Elizabeth Borden 1833 Feb 25 from the estate of
      Jonathan Borden.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P029 L14
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richard Shaw ____________/0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
    dm in Philadelphia
 with Jane (nee Campbell 15) Shaw
   James 16       Ichabod 16     Catharine 16   Edmond 16      Randolph M 16
   b18051016      b18071122      b18091028      b18120411      b18141017
   Richard 16     Jane Ann 16    Lorenzo F 16
   b18160107      b18180430      b18281115

Lydia T. Campbell _
   mm 1871 Apr 15 G. W. C. Newcomb _. NJ_CuCMR P179.

Margaret Campbell _
   mm 1866 Jul 09 Andrew Cossaboon _. NJ_CuCMR P120.

Maria G. Campbell _
   mm 1862 Aug 12 Josiah Franklin Smith _. NJ_CuCMR P205.

Martha Campbell 71
   bf 1851
   mm 1871 Nov 01 Quincy J. Husted 71.. NJ_CuCMR P156.
   bm 1848 Aug 25 to William McChesney Husted et ux Lucy (nee Lore 70)
      Husted in Near Pages Run, Newport, NJ
   df 1925 ___ __ and interred Bateman Memorial Cemetery, Newport, NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775  V4 E79 P7 L14 /62  P_C P241.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twsp.
      1880 Jun 12 Reuben H. Leaming, Ass't Marshal

 Name                    CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                U Misc
BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Quincy Husted           WM 31              M  Oysterman           2
        NJ          NJ          NJ
 Martha C.               WF 25              M  Keeping house
        NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lizzie                  WF  7             S
     S  NJ          NJ          NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623 R___ V13 E129 P13 L56.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNat
Occupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Quincy Husted                 Aug1848           NJ
 Harry Little          son-il
 Lizzie                Dau

   dm 1926 ___ __ and interred Bateman Memorial Cemetery, Newport, NJ
 with Martha (nee Campbell 71) Husted
   Elizabeth C 72 Quincy L 72
   b18720910      b1883

Cora A. Campbell 71
   bf 1863 Sep 19 in Baltimore, MD
   mm ____ ___ __ Theophilus M. Husted 71
   bm 1863 Jan 08 to William McChesney Husted 70 et ux Lucy (nee Lore 70)
      Husted
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623 R___ V13 E129 P11 L37
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe, Dragston
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Theoph Husted         Head  WMJan1863 37M 12    NJ     NJ     NJ
 Cora Husted           Wife  WFSep1869 31M 12 1 1NJ     NJ     NJ
 Lucy Husted           Dau   WF         8        NJ

   df 1925 Sep 03 and interred Newport Baptist
   dm 1910 Apr 13 and interred Newport Baptist

Harry Campbell 72
   bm 1883
   mf ____ ___ __ Hattie Husted 72
   bf 1886 Mar 18 to William Henry Husted 71 et ux Lillian (nee Jerrill 71)
      Husted
   df 1963 Dec 11 and interred Newport Baptist Cemetery
   dm 1966 Jul 13 and interred Newport Baptist Cemetery

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1820 Mar 26 Clemmon Lore _NJ_CuCMR P57

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1809 Jun 02 Alfred Williams _. NJ_CuCMR P91
   n. 1817 Feb 10 Washington Whig
      Real Estate - Of Mary Williams, daughter of Mary Williams, late
      Mary Campbell, deceased, situate in the Township of Maurice River.
      Alfreb Williams, Guartian.  4t.

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1853 Jul 03 John B. Loper _. NJ_CuCMR P165

Mary Campbell _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Archibald Campbell _ of Atlantic Co.
   mm 1862 Mar 01 James Strang _. NJ_CuCMR P208
   bm ____ ___ __ to William of Gloucester Co.

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1877 Jul 26 James C. Ward _, both of Pittsgrove. NJ_CuCMR P217

Rachel Campbell _
   mm 1865 Oct 21 Franklin Murphine _. NJ_CuCMR P178

Rebecca Campbell _
   mm 1824 Nov 17 David Riley _. NJ_CuCMR P78
      1824 Nov 20 Washington Whig, John Clark - Publisher, Index P103.
         Married on the 17th, in this town, by the Rev. C. Pitman, Mr. Daniel
      Riley, of Fairfield, to Miss Rebecca Campbell, of Hopewell.

Rebecca G. Campbell _
   mm 1854 Sep 05 Henry G. Woodruff _. NJ_CuCMR P225

Rhoda A. Campbell _
   mm 1875 Apr 24 William E. /radford _. NJ_CuCMR P107
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1850 Apr 12 B_81 P_154
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Alex G. Cattell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

Rhoda Campbell _
   mm 1863 Nov 21 Richard D. Sheppard _. NJ_CuCMR P200

Ruth Campbell _
   mm 1874 Oct 18 Jacob Pepper _. NJ_CuCMR P185

Sarah E. Campbell _
   mm 1865 Oct 02 Archibald Campbell _. NJ_CuCMR P112

Sarah J. Campbell _
   mm 1861 Feb __ William M. Sheppard _. NJ_CuCMR P261

Elizabeth Camel _
   mm 1880 May 05 William Chambers _ Cape May County Magazine of History and
      Genealogy, p28, who knows what issue... #126 --Cumberland--of age.  This
      was William's second wife. He married a Nancy in Delaware prior to
      arriving in NJ. All the children apparently are from the first marriage.
      gjb10

James Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth B. Updike _, The Pancoast Family - Bennett P92
   bf 1809 ___ __ to John Updike _ et ux Elizabeth (nee Pancoast _) Updike
   n. They farmed in S. Perry, OH.

Samuel G. Campbell _
   bm 1849 Feb 25
   mf ____ ___ __ Luellie _ _
   bf
   df 1888 Mar 02 15 25.0.28 and interred OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cem.
   dm 1935 Oct 22 interred OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cem.
      et al there.

James Campbell _
   bm 1811 ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Deborah _ _
   bf 1813
   dm 1888 Sep 02 at 77Y and interred OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cem.
      et al there.
   df 1907 ___ __ interred OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cem.

John H. Campbell _
   bm 1862 ___ __
   dm 1912 ___ __ interred OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cem.

Gustave Golier Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __
   dm ____ ___ __ interred OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cem.

Robert Campble _
   mf 1825 Nov 15 Emily Pancoast _
   bf ____ ___ __ Thomas Pancoast _ et ux Mary (nee Field _) Pancoast, The
      Pancoast Family - Bennett V1 P103.

   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth
   bf 1778 in NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R821 P   L42  236/430
      PA, Philladelphia Co., Southwark Wd.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Elizabeth Campbell         72F                            NJ
 James Field                32M                            PA
 Elizabeth Field            22F                            PA

_ Campbile
   mf ____ ___ __ Deborah _ _
   n. wf 1824 Apr 27 Sarah Matson, Woolwich Twp., Glou. Co., will of......
      to sister Deborah Campbile, her dau. Sarah, Mary.
 with
   Sarah _        Mary _
   b              b

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LINKAGE BEGIN 15 Robert Campbell/Alice    some from WellsWooster.com

Robert Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Alice
 with Alice

Samuel Campbell _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf
   n. He was from Newark, Essex Co., NJ.
   wm 1773 Jan 30 NY_COW P76.
      Samuel Campbell of NY, Ulster Co., farmer.
      Wife Mary, sons Samuel, Daniel, Nathenal, Jonathan, Joel, Levi, Nathan,
      Ruben. Real and personal estate. The wife executrix.
      Witnesses Neal Anderson, of Wallkil, weaver, Mary Norris, wife of
      Wm. McDowel of Hannover Precinct, Ulster Co., and Samuel McCollam.
      New York City Wills, 1777-83, page 188:
      1773 Jan 30 In the name of God, Amen, I, Samuel Campbell, farmer of Ulster
      County, being weakly in body. I leave to my wife Mary one-third of all my
      movable estate during her life, and her choice of the rooms in my house.
      And After her decease I leave all personal estate to my son Samuel.
      I leave to my son Daniel the 50 acres of land where he now lives,
      adjoining John Percy. I leave to my son Samuel the farm I now live on.
      I leave to my son Nathaniel oe 10. To my son Jonathan oe 1. To my son Joel
      oe 10. To my son Levi oe 10. To my son Reuben oe 10.
      I make my wife and my son Samuel executors.
   dm<1780 Oct 05 NY, Ulster Co. (later Sullivan Co.), Mamakating.
      Interred NY, Orange Co., Middletown.
      1780  Will proved in Mamakating, Ulster, NY.
 with Mary
   Daniel _       Samuel _       Joel _         Nathaniel _    Jonathan _
   b173209        b              b17350122      b1737          b1739
   Levi _         Nathan _       Reuben _
   b1741          b               b1743

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   b. to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary
      Daniel _       Samuel _       Joel _         Nathaniel _    Jonathan _
      b173209        b              b17350122      b1737          b1739
      Levi _         Nathan _       Reuben _
      b1741          b               b1743

Daniel Campbell _
   bm 1732 Sep __ to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary in S. Orange, Essex Co.

Samuel Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary in S. Orange, Essex Co.
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane Cannon _
   bf~1735

Joel Campbell _
   bm 1735 Jan 22 to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary in S. Orange, Essex Co.
   mf~1753 ___ __ Nancy Leonard _
   bf 1737 Jun 15 Otsego Co., NY.
   dm 1828 Jan 15

Nathaniel Campbell _
   bm 1737 ___ __ to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary in S. Orange, Essex Co.

Jonathan Campbell _
   bm 1739 ___ __ to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary in S. Orange, Essex Co.
   ld
      Grantor: Daniel VanFleet
      Grantee: Nathaniel Campbell
   ld
      Grantor: Thomas Bull
      Grantee: Jonathan Campbell
      Description: in town of Newburgh.
   wm 1810 Dec 08 NY, Orange Co., Minisink.
      Dau Mary Hedger
      Dau Mehitable Austin
      Dau Julia Wind
   dm 1812
      1813 Feb 04 will probated.
 with
   Jonathan _     Mary _         Benjamin _     Mehitable _    James _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Julia _
   b

Levi Campbell _
   bm 1741 ___ __ to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary in S. Orange, Essex Co.

Reuben Campbell _
   bm 1743 ___ __ to Samuel Campbell _ et ux Mary in S. Orange, Essex Co.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia

LINKAGE END 15 Robert Campbell/Alice

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LINKAGE BEGIN 20 James Campbell/Rebecca     Delaware line

James Camel 07
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebeckah _ 07
   ld 1727 Dec 14 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1722-1731 BF N6 P243-244 Abs. P62
      Grantor: Robert Cade, yeoman, of Sussex Co., DE
      Grantee: Thomas Cade, yeoman, of Sussex Co., DE
      Transactopmn: 77# for 130a
      Description: Land is situated on the northease side of the Cold Spring
      Branch ...
      History: back to Penn
      Witness: James Camel, Jos. Hepburn and Edward Naws.
   ld 1769 May 04 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1769-1782 BL N11 P8 N25
      Grantor: Isaac Straton, Kent Co. and wife Ann
      Grantee: Mary or William Peery
      Transaction: 10L for 100 acres
      Description: Tract in Broadkill Hundred being part of a larger tract
      called Coolspring Tract being a tract James Campbell died seized of and
      intestate.  The tract was divided amongst his several heirs and 100 acres
      thereof became the property of Dorthia, the daughter of afsd. James
      Campbell and Dorthea dying intestate 1/4 of the said 100 acres became the
      property of afsd. Ann Straton, sister to the afsd. Dorthea and another
      daughter of afsd. James Campbell.
      Witness: John Harmonson, Jos. Shankland.  Within Deed ackn. 1769 May 04.
 with Rebeckah (nee _ 07) Campbell
   Nathaniel 08   Dorthea 08     Ann 08         _ 08
   b              b              b              b              b

George Campbell _
   bm
   dm
      1757 Feb 16 funeral "Old Geo. Campbell, Sussex Co.. VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P113

John Campbell _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Susan _ _.
   df
     1795 Jan 27 Funeral. VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P120.

_ Campbell _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   mm 1774 Aug 03 Wm. Ironshire of Buckingham, she a widow Sarah Campbell of
      Cedar Creek VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P127.

Nathaniel Campble 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 07 et ux Rebecca
   mf 1762 Nov 09 Esther White 08.  VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P123  "Hessey".
   ld 1769 Aug 02 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1769-1782 BL N11 BM N12 36 Abs. P11
      Grantor: Jacob Hellings et ux Mary, Kent Co., DE.
      Grantee: Nathan Campble
      Description: Land on south side of Coolspring Branch in the forrest of the
      Broadkill Hundred. Runs to a line of Josias Martin's land.  Contains 100
      acres being part of a larger tract called the Coolspring formerly the
      property of James Campble dec'd, and Rebeckah Campble his wife and after
      the decease of the said James Camble the above said tract fell to his
      heirs except for a provision for 1/3 part to Rebeckah Campble during her
      lifetime.
      Witness: Thos. Gray, Robert Hood.  Wighin deed Ackn. 1769 Aug 02.
   dm 1773 Feb
      1773 Feb 15 funeral. VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P114.
   ld 1773 Aug 03 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1769-1782 BL N11 357 Abs. P85
      Grantor: Robert Fleming and wife Margret Fleming and Mary Hellings of Kent
      Co., Delaware; and Esther Campble admx of Nathan Campble of Sussex Co.
      Grantee: William Peery, Sussex Co.
      Transaction: Whereas there is a parcel of land in Broadkill Hundred
      called Coolspring Tract and whereas James Campble died being seized of the
      said land and leaving issue one son, the afsd. Nathan Campble and four
      daughters, Margret, Ann, Dorthea and Mary and the land was divided
      amongst them with 102 acres allotted to Dorthia Camble [described] and she
      died without issue with the land becoming the property of said Nathan
      Campble, Margret Fleming and Mary Heklings, her brother and sisters.  And
      whereas Nathan Campble in his lifetime on 1771 Aug 08 together with Robert
      and Margret Fleming and Mary Hellings, enter into a writing obligatory in
      the penal sum of 100L conditioned for the conveyance of his right to the
      afsd. William Perry and the Nathan Campble dying before any conveyance was
      made.  For L30.
      Witness: James Vent, John Vent.  Within deed of sale ackn. 1773 Aug 04.
   ld 1773 Aug 04 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1769-1782 BL N11 359 Abs. P86
      Transaction: Robert Fleming, Margaret Fleming and Mary Hellings of Kent
      Co., DE and Nathan Campble of Sussex Co., are bound to William Perry in
      the sum of L100 to convey a tract [see above entry]. Within bond proved
   ld 1773 Aug 04 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1769-1782 BL N11 359 Abs. P86
      Petition of Esther Campble admx of Nathan Campble, dec'd. On 1771 Aug 08
      entered into a obligation with Robert and Margret Fleming and Mary
      Hellings, requests the court authority to sign and acknowledge a deed of
      land to William Peery [see above entries].
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P310.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jester Campbell         /02 01 00 01 00/00 00 00 01 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 with Esther
   Ruth _         Sarah
   b17701206      b17730404      b              b              b

Margaret Campbell 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 07 et ux Rebecca
   mm ____ ___ __ Robert Fleming 08

Dorthea Campbell 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 07 et ux Rebecca
   df without issue.

Ann Campbell 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 07 et ux Rebecca
   mm ____ ___ __ Isaac Stratton 08
      _ Campbell _ 1762 Oct 16 _ Strayton _ .  VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P123.

Mary Campbell 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 07 et ux Rebecca
   mm ____ ___ __ Jacob Hellings 08

Mary Campbell _
   bf
   mm 1769 Dec 18 Levi Collins _.  VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P125.

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Ruth Czmpbell _
   bf 1770 Dec 06 to Nathan Campbell _ et ux Esther at Cool Spring.
      VRoK&SCD 1686-1800 P139.
   mm 1794 Feb 21 Jonathan Gordon _. Lews & Cool Spring P{resbyterian Church.
      VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P134.
   df
      1795 Apr 06 Ruth, wife of Jonathan Gordon. VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P120.

Sarah "Sally" Czmpbell _
   bf 1770 Dec 06 to Nathan Campbell _ et ux Esther at Cool Spring, he deceased.
      VRoK&SCD 1686-1800 P142.
   mm 1794 Mar 24 James Fleming _. Lews & Cool Spring P{resbyterian Church.
      VRK&SCD 1686-1800 P134.

LINKAGE END 20 James Campbell/Rebecca     Delaware line

                                 DE, SUSSEX  END
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   n.  http://www.bitsofblueandgray.com/cade_cazier.htm
       DELAWARE ROSTER OF UNION SOLDIERS
       LAST NAME FIRST NAME M.I AKA        REGIMENT CO.  RANK MISC
       Campbell Ashael D.                  6th Inf            E
       Campbell Ashell D.                  7th Inf            D
       Campbell Charles                    1st Inf (3mo. '61) A      Cpl.
       Campbell Charles                    1st Inf            K      Sgt.
       Campbell Charles H.                 6th Inf            K
       Campbell Charles H.                 9th Inf            H
       Campbell Eli                        1st Inf            H
       Campbell Eli                        6th Inf            D
       Campbell George F.                  3rd Inf            I
       Campbell James                      4th Inf            I
       Campbell John                       4th Inf            E
            d: 1864 Jul 27  bur: National Cemetery, Alexandria, VA  grave #2465
       Campbell John                       8th Inf
       Campbell John F.                    Hvy.Arty. Ahl's Ind.Co.
       Campbell John H.                    5th Inf            F
       Campbell John L.                    Hvy.Arty. Ahl's Ind.Co.
       Campbell John W.                    1st Inf            K
       Campbell Joseph H.                  4th Inf            C
       Campbell Lorenzo D.                 Lt.Arty. Nields' Ind.Btty.
       Campbell Patrick                    2nd Inf            F
       Campbell Robert                     5th Inf            G
       Campbell Robert C.                  Hvy.Arty. Ahl's Ind.Co.  Jr. 2nd Lt.
       Campbell Rodney                     4th Inf            F
       Campbell Thomas N.                  7th Inf            K
       Campbell William                    1st Inf            I
       Campbell William                    2nd Inf            C
       Campbell William                    2nd Inf            I
       Campbell William                    3rd Inf            B
       Campbell William L.                 Lt.Arty. Nields' Ind.Btty
       Campbell Zachariah                  Hvy.Arty. Ahl's Ind.Co.
       Campble James                       7th Inf            K

John Campbell _
   wm 1810 Apr 04 proved 1812 Mar 31  BF P493
   wf 1802 Jan 02 proved 1802 Nov 17  BF P7

John Campbell _
   ld 1772 Mar 07 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1782-1789 BN N13 P235 Abs. P36
      Grantor: Wm. Draper, Charles Draper, Alexander Draper & Joseph Draper all
      gentlemen of Suss
      Grantee: bound to John Campbell of Worcester Co., gentlemen
      Transaction: in amount of L3800; excused if they make ofver deed to all
      land and marshes on which Charles Draper now dwells.  This bond to Capt.
      John Campbell
      Witness: Littletown Townsend appeared and swore to truth of above
      affidavit.
   ld 1772 May 05 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1769-1782 BLN11 BMN12 P221 ABS P55
      Grantor: Charles Draper of Sussex Co.
      Grantee: John Cample, Worcester Co., Maryland.
      Transaction: For the proportional part with the other land this day sold
      to the said John Campble of L900, parcel on the southeast side of Cedar
      Creek contain ing 27 acres being the same land that Charles Draper bought
      of Thomas Riley, dec'd.
      Witness: Thos. Robinson , Reynear Williams.  Within deed ack. 1772 May 30.
   ld 1772 May 13 DE, Sussex Co., Land Deeds 1769-1782 BLN11 BMN12 P221 ABS P55
      Grantor: William Draper, Charles Draper, Alexander Draper and Joseph
      Draper, all of Cedar Creek Hundred. of Sussex Co.
      Grantee: John Campble, Worcester Co., Maryland.
      Description: L1950 for tract in Cedar Creek Hundred beginning at a red oak
      tree marked at the head of Emmote Branch containing 1100 acres, reserving
      an island within the above boundaries lying on Cedar Creek called Wynkoops
      Island and also the family burying ground.
      Witness: Robt. Greenall, J. Moore.  Within deed of sale ackn 1772 May 30.

Samuel Campble _
   ld 1773 Mar 27 DE, Land Deeds 1769-1782 BL N11 BM N12 292 bs. P71
      of Worcester Co., MD

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LINKAGE BEGIN 21  Robert Campbell/Jane Campbell    two MD/PA lines

John Campbell _

Robert Campbell 15
   bm 1728 Nov __ to Dugald Campbell 14 the first child.  Ireland, county Down.
   mf 1759 ___ __ Jane Campbell 15, only daughter of a Scotch family neighbor.
   bf 1736 ___ __ to John Campbell _ of Scotland
   n. Ref.: 2009 05 24 - PA, Armstrong Co. - J. H. Beers & Co. via Google.
   n. 1746 came to America at 18Y settling near Oxford, Chester Co.,PA.
   n. Returned to Ireland for a year.
   n. 1768 he and b-i-l John Campbell moved to Delaware living on a farm near
      Wilmington  for the next 5 years.
   ld 1773 Apr 19
      Grantor: Drinker of Philadelphia.
      Grantee: Robert Campbell
      Transaction:  500 acres for $500
      Description:  Drinker tract near Stone Mountain, Union Twp., Cumberland
      Co., now land is in Mifflin Co.
   n. Nearest mill of William Brown near Reedsville, PA.
   n. Kishacoquillas Presbyterian Church.
   n. They (Robert and John) returned to DE in fall
   n. 1774
   df 1821 Jan 21 at 85Y.
   dm 1822 Jul 10 at 93.9.
 with Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell 15
   William 16     Alexander 16   Elizabeth 16   John 16        James 16
   b1760          b1762          b1764          b17661018      b1768
   Robert 16      Isabella 16    William 16     Joseph 16      Samuel 16
   b1770          b1772          b1774          b1776          b177901

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   N. to Robert Campbell 15 with Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell 15
      William 16     Alexander 16   Elizabeth 16   John 16        James 16
      b1760          b1762          b1764          b17661018      b1768
      Robert 16      Isabella 16    William 16     Joseph 16      Samuel 16
      b1770          b1772          b1774          b1776          b177901

William Campbell 16
   bm 1760 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   dm 1768 in and interred Faggs Manor, Chester Co., PA prior to DE move.

Alexander Campbell 16
   bm 1762 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   dm 1781 Jan 31 of fever.

Elizabeth Campbell 16
   bf 1764 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   mm~1800 ___ __ Thomas Ferguson 16
   n. Lived entire life near Pine Grove, Centre Co., PA.
   df 1822 Apr 05
   n. Daughter Jane m John Barron and had eight children.
 with Thomas Ferguson 15
   Jane C 17
   b18050621

John Campbell 16
   bm 1766 Oct 18 to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   n. 2009 05 24 - PA, Armstrong Co. - J. H. Beers & Co. via Google.
   mf 1807 ___ __ Rachel Oliver 16
   bf 1783 Jan 27 to John Oliver 15 et ux Margaret (nee Lyon 15) Oliver of
      McVeytown, she the granddaughter of John Lyon of Enniskillen, Co.
      Fermanagh, IRE who settled 1763 in the Tuscarora Valley, PA.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R97 P292 L  .
      PA, Armstrong Co., Buff Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell, Sr.      /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   dm 1845 Mar 22
   df 1871 Nov 29
 with Rachel (nee Oliver 16) - 5 children.
   Robert 17      Margaret 17    John Oliver 17 James 17       Rachel Jane 17
   b18080502      b18091224      b18110908      b18130725      b

James Campbell 16
   bm 1768 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   dm 1790 unmarried drowned in Chemung river.

Robert Campbell 16
   bm 1770 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   mf 1798 ___ __ Rebecca Robinson 16 of Mifflin Co.
   bf
   dm 1858 Oct 10
 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
   William 17 t   Robert 17 t    James 17       Alexander 17   John 17
   b              b              b              b              b
   Martha 17      Thomas F 17    Henry H 17
   b              b              b

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Robert Campbell _
   bm 1770
   mf ____ ___ __ Rhoda
   bf 1773
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R175 P_  L3 463/463.
      IN, Tippecanoe, Tippecanoe
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Robert Camblell            80M                            PA
 Rodah Campbell             77F                            NJ

James Campbell
   bm 1815 perhaps    to Rob't
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1817
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R175 P_  L3 463/463.
      IN, Tippecanoe, Tippecanoe
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Campbell             35m                            IRE
 Mary Campbell              37F                            IRE
 Jmes H. Campbell            2M                            NJ

Isabella Campbell 16
   bf 1772 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   n. Aunt Ibby.
   df 1864 Jun 10 unmarried.

William Campbell 16
   bm 1774 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   dm 1795 Aug 03 in Georgetown, D. C. at school.

Joseph Campbell 16
   bm 1776 ___ __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   mf 1813 Apr 17 Elizabeth Oliver 16
   bf ____ ___ __  to John Oliver 15 et ux Margaret (nee Lyon 15) Oliver of
      McVeytown, she the granddaughter of John Lyon of Enniskillen, Co.
      Fermanagh, IRE who settled 1763 in the Tuscarora Valley, PA.
   dm 1857 Aug 07
 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16) Campbell 16 eight children
   Isabella 17    Margaret J 17  Joseph 17      Elizabeth L 17 Hugh M 17
   b              b              b              b              b
   Andrew W 17    Robert D 17    Mary Rachel 17
   b              b              b

Samuel Campbell 16
   bm 1779 Jan __ to Robert Campbell 15 et ux Jane (nee Campbell 15) Campbell.
   mf 1805 ___ __ Nancy Oliver 16
   bf ____ ___ __  to John Oliver 15 et ux Margaret (nee Lyon 15) Oliver of
      McVeytown, she the granddaughter of John Lyon of Enniskillen, Co.
      Fermanagh, IRE who settled 1763 in the Tuscarora Valley, PA.
   dm 1841 Sep 19 in OH, Delaware Co.
 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell ten children.
   John O 17      Joseph F 17    Jane 17        Margaret A 17  Mary Nancy 17
   b              b              b              b              b
   Robert 17      Elizabeth I 17 Samuel F 17    Casadana L 17  James A 17
   b              b              b              b              b

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   n. to John Campbell 16 with Rachel (nee Oliver 16) - 5 children.
      Robert 17      Margaret 17    John Oliver 17 James 17       Rachel Jane 17
      b18080502      b18091224      b18110908      b18130725      b

 Robert Campbell 17
    bm 1808 May 02 to John Campbell 16 with Rachel (nee Oliver 16) - 5 children.

 Margaret Campbell 17
    bf 1809 Dec 24 to John Campbell 16 with Rachel (nee Oliver 16) - 5 children.

 John Oliver Campbell 17
    bm 1811 Sep 08 to John Campbell 16 with Rachel (nee Oliver 16) - 5 children.

 James Campbell 17
    bm 1813 Jul 25 to John Campbell 16 with Rachel (nee Oliver 16) - 5 children.

 Rachel Jane Campbell 17
    bf ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 16 with Rachel (nee Oliver 16) - 5 children.

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   n. to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      William 17 t   Robert 17 t    James 17       Alexander 17   John 17
      b              b              b              b              b
      Martha 17      Thomas F 17    Henry H 17
      b              b              b              b              b

 William Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16

 Robert Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16

 James Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16

 Alexander Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16

 John Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16

 Martha Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16

 Thomas F. Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16

 Henry H. Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 with Rebecca (nee Robinson 16) Campbell 16


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   n. to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16) Campbell 16. 8 ch.
      Isabella 17    Margaret J 17  Joseph 17      Elizabeth L 17 Hugh M 17
      b              b              b              b              b
      Andrew W 17    Robert D 17    Mary Rachel 17
      b              b              b

Isabella Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
     Campbell 16

Margaret J. Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16

Joseph Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16

Elizabeth L. Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16

Hugh M. Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16

Andrew W. Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16

Robert D. Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16

Mary Rachel Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 with Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16

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   n. to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell ten children.
      John O 17      Joseph F 17    Jane 17        Margaret A 17  Mary Nancy 17
      b              b              b              b              b
      Robert 17      Elizabeth I 17 Samuel F 17    Casadana L 17  James A 17
      b              b              b              b              b


John O. Campbell 016
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Joseph F. Campbell 016
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Jane Campbell 016
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Margaret A. Campbell 016
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Mary Nancy Campbell 016
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Robert Campbell 016
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Elizabeth I. Campbell 016
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Samuel F. Campbell 016
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

Casadana L. Campbell 016
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell

James A. Campbell 016
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 with Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell



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John Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R97 P292 L  .
      PA, Armstrong Co., Buff Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________

John Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R97 P292 L  .
      PA, Armstrong Co., Buff Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell, Sr.      /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 with
   John _
   b

James Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R97 P292 L  .
      PA, Armstrong Co., Buff Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 James Campbell          /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________

Robert Campbell 17
   bm 1808 May 02 to John Campbell 16 et ux Rachel (nee Oliver 16) Campbell.
   mf 1835 Dec 10 Margaret Jane Milliken 17
   df 1840 Nov 05
   mf 1855 Nov 11 Ellen Montgomery 17
   bf 1828 Sep 07
   df 1871 Mar 17 without issue.
   dm>1894
 with Margaret Jane (nee Milliken 17) Campbell, 3 children
   John Andrew 18 Ann McNitt 18  Elizabeth R 18
   b              b              b

Margaret Oliver Campbell 17
   bf 1809 Dec 24 to John Campbell 16 et ux Rachel (nee Oliver 16) Campbell.
   mm 1841 Jun 25 James Oliver 17
   bm 1807 Jun 18
   n. 1844 Apr 01 settled at Graysville, PA.
   df 1880 Oct 06 at home Graysville, Hunterdon Co., PA.
   dm 1891 Mar 05
 with James Oliver 17 four children
   Sarah Rachel 18John C 18      Andrew W 18    Sidney E 18
   b              b              b              b

John Oliver Campbell 17
   bm 1811 Sep 08 to John Campbell 16 et ux Rachel (nee Oliver 16) Campbell.
   n. 12 years resident of Centre Co., PA, the rest in
   mf 1843 Mar 01 Margaret R. Campbell
   bf 1820
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R760 P  L3 49
      PA, Butler Co., E. Connoquenessing
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John P. Campbell           40MW                           PA
 Margaret Campbell          30F                            PA
 Susan Campbell              2F                            PA
   dm 1889 Oct 29

James Campbell 17
   bm 1813 Jul 25 to John Campbell 16 et ux Rachel (nee Oliver 16) Campbell in
      the Kshacoquillas valley in Cumberland (now Mifflin) Co.
   n. Lafayette College, Easton, PA and did not complete
      1837 graduated Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Washington Co., PA.
   mf 1847 May 10 Nancy Jane Hallock 17
   bf 1824 Sep __ to John Keese Hallock 16 et ux Melissa (nee Griffith 16)
      Hallock, both natives of Peru, Clinton Co., PA.
   dm 1892 Aug 03 at 79Y in Clarion, PA.
   df 1909 Feb 02 and is interred in Clarion, PA.
 with Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17) Campbell 17, eight children.
   Mary Rachel 18 James H 18     Elizabeth L 18 Robert D 18    John Keese 18
   18480219       b18500810      b18520504      b18540321      b18560708
   Harriett H 18  Emily Clark 18 Virginia 18
   b18581208      b18            b18660905

Rachel Jane Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 16 et ux Rachel (nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

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William Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

Robert Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

James Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

Alexander Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

John Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

Martha Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

Thomas Ferguson Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

Henry Harrison Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 16 et ux Rebecca (nee Robinson 16)
      Campbell 16.

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Isabella Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

Margaret Jane Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

Joseph Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

Elizabeth Lyon Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

Hugh McClelland Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

Andrew William Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

Robert Douglas Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

Mary Rachel Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph Campbell 16 et ux Elizabeth (nee Oliver 16)
      Campbell 16.

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John Oliver Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Joseph Ferguson Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Jane Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Margaret Ann Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Mary Nancy Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Robert Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Elizabeth Isabella Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Samuel Franklin Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

Casadana Lyon Campbell 17
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

James Alexander Campbell 17
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Campbell 16 et ux Nancy ( nee Oliver 16) Campbell.

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John Andrew Campbell 18
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 17 et ux Margaret Jane (nee Milliken 17)
      Campbell.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah W. Wilson 18
 with Sarah W. (nee Wilson 18) Campbell 18

Ann McNitt Campbell 18
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 17 et ux Margaret Jane (nee Milliken 17)
      Campbell.
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Kyle 18
 with Charles Kyld 18, 5 children.
   b              b              b              b              b

Elizabeth Rachel Campbell 18
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Campbell 17 et ux Margaret Jane (nee Milliken 17)
      Campbell.
   mm ____ ___ __ Alexander Clay Henderson 18
   bm
 with Alexander Clay Henderson 18, one child, a daughter.
   _ 19
   b

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Mary Rachel Campbell 18
   bf 1848 Feb 19 to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Campbell.
   mm 1871 Dec 21 Thomas Johnston Sherrard 18, Rev., native of Steubenville, OH.
   bm 1845 Feb 25 to Robert Andrew Sherrard 17 et ux, sixth son, twelth child.
   n. Central Presby. Ch. of Chambersburg, PA.
   dm 1905 Jul __
 with Thomas Johnston Sherrard 18, 4 children all born at Mifflintown.
   Virginia 19    Hallock C 19   Mary C 19      Robert A 13
   b18730604      b18750622      b18790830      b18850730

James Hallock Campbell 18
   bm 1850 Aug 10 to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Crampbell.
   dm 1851 Jul 10

Elizabeth Lyon Campbell 18
   bf 1852 May 04 to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Campbell.
   df 1852 Nov

Robert Douglas Campbell 18
   bm 1854 May 21 to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Campbell.
   mf 1878 Oct 01 Sarah Henderson 18
   bf ____ ___ __ Joseph Henderson 17 of Brookville, PA.
 with Sarah (nee Henderson 18) Campbell
   James H 19     Helen T 19     Robert D 19    Ruth H 19      Sara
   b              b              b              b              b

John Keese Campbell 18
   bm 1856 Jul 08 to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Campbell.
   mf 1883 Feb 21 Elizabeth F. Sloan 18 of Limestone, Clarion co.
   bf
 with Elizabeth F. (nee Sloan 18) Campbell
   Jane Wilson 19 James Sloan 19 Mary Hallock 19Margaret N 19
   b18860905      b18880618      b18901225      b18940318

Harriett Hollock Campbell 18
   bf 1858 Dec 08 to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Campbell.
   mm 1885 Mar 10 Ross Reynolds 18 a lawyer of Kittann ing, Armstrong Co.
   dm 1908 Oct 01
 with Ross Reynolds 18
   Emily C 19     Isadora H 19
   b              b

Emily Clark Campbell 18
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Campbell.
   mm 1895 Jun 05 Charles J. Jessop 18, Dr.
   df 1898 Nov 12
   n. Charles Hallock dm 1898 Nov at 3d
 with Charles J. Jessop 18
   Emily Mary 19  Charles H 19
   b              b

Virginia Campbell 18
   bf 1866 Sep 05 to James Campbell 17 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Hallock 17)
      Campbell.
   df 1871 Nov 15

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James Henderson Campbell 19
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Douglas Campbell 18 et ux Sarah (nee Henderson 18)
      Campbell

Helen Templeton Campbell 19
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Douglas Campbell 18 et ux Sarah (nee Henderson 18)
      Campbell
   df 1900 Dec

Robert Douglas Campbell 19
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Douglas Campbell 18 et ux Sarah (nee Henderson 18)
      Campbell
   dm 1908 in Phillipines.

Ruth Hallock Campbell 19
   bf ____ ___ __ Robert Douglas Campbell 18 et ux Sarah (nee Henderson 18)
      Campbell

Sara Campbell 19
   bf 1897 Jul __ to Robert Douglas Campbell 18 et ux Sarah (nee Henderson 18)
      Campbell


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Jane Wilson Campbell 19
   bf 1886 Sep 05 to John Keese Campbell 18 et ux Elizabeth F. (nee Sloan 18)
      Campbell

James Sloan Campbell 19
   bm 1888 Jun 18 to John Keese Campbell 18 et ux Elizabeth F. (nee Sloan 18)
      Campbell

Mary Hallock Campbell 19
   bf 1890 Dec 25 to John Keese Campbell 18 et ux Elizabeth F. (nee Sloan 18)
      Campbell

Margaret Nancy Campbell 19
   bf 1894 Mar 18 to John Keese Campbell 18 et ux Elizabeth F. (nee Sloan 18)
      Campbell

LINKAGE END 21 Robert Campbell/Jane Campbell    MD/PA line

John Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Campbell _
   mf 1807 ___ __ Jane Oliver 16
   bf 1783 Jan 27 to John Oliver 15 et ux Margaret (nee Lyon 15) Oliver of
      McVeytown, she the granddaughter of John Lyon of Enniskillen, Co.
      Fermanagh, IRE who settled 1763 in the Tuscarora Valley, PA.
   n. Of Centre Co., PA.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R98 P242 L  .
      PA, Centre Co., Ferg Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R165 P402 L  .
      PA, Centre Co., Ferg Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campebll            /_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 with Jane (nee Oliver 16) Campbell
   Margaret R 17
   b

James Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R165 P409 L  .
      PA, Centre Co., Ferg Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/


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John Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _
   df 1871 Jun 06
      1871 Jun 07 PA_PPL V_LXXI N64 Wed. Morn. Obit.
         Campbell.-On the 6th inst., Mary Campbell, wife of John Campbell, late
      of no 731 Stewart street.
         Due notice of the funeral will be given. **690


                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO. BEGIN
John Campbell _
   n. 1797 Jul 13 NJ, Burlington Courts Indictment for breaking windows.
      Grand Inquest for the State of New Jersey upon the respective Oath and
      Affirmation presetn, that John Vaughn, late of the Township of Evesham, in
      the County of Burlington, labourer, and John Campbell, late of the same,
      labourer, 1797 July 30 at the township of Evesham and within the
      jurisdiction of this court the glass windows of the dwelling house of
      William Bodine there situate, maliciously, unlawfully and injuriously did
      break and destroy, and other wrongs to the said William Bodine then and
      there did, to the great damage of the said William Bodine and against the
      peace of this State the Government and Dignity o fthe Same.
      _. D. Woodruff, atty.
                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO. END

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                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO., NEWTON TWP.  BEGIN

   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   ld 1831 Mar 17 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1833 May 01 B_H3 P127 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC @ GCHS.
      Grantor: John Deacon et ux Hannah of Burlington Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Campbell of Newton Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $1,500
      Description: All the following .. tract or rice of land situate in Newton
      Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J. bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a corner in the creek call it corner to the division line
      between John Deacon the Grantor of this deed and late Ruben Burroughs land
      Thence along said line the several courses parallel to ... N23E 16C50L
      to a stone for a corner in the middle of the land ...
      N73.5W 28C89L to a stone for a corner;
      Thence N41W 2C66L to a corner in Newton Creek;
      Thence down the several courses of the said creek to the Chews Landing
      Road;
      Thence bounding by the middle of said road until it strikes the old branch
      of Peter's Creek;
      Thence up the several courses of said creek to the Place-of-Beginning
      containing by supposition 40 acres be the same more or less, it being the
      same tract or premises which Jesse Smith, Esq.  .... conveyed to John
      Deacon by deed dated 1830 Jan 16, legally executed and .... LL folio 208.
      Signed: John Deacon, Hannah Deacon
      Witness: Charles Kinsey?
   ld 1832 Mar 08 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1833 May 01 B_ P Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC @ GCHS.
      Grantor: John Campbell et ux Mary of Newton Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: George W. Smith of the City and County of Philadelphia.
      Transaction: $1,600
      Description: All the following .. tract or rice of land situate in Newton
      Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J. bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a corner in Peters Creek call it corner to the division line
      between John Campbell the Grantor of this deed and late Reuben Burroughs
      land
      Thence along the said line the several courses parallel to ... N23E 16C50L
      to the stone for a corner in the middle of the lane or road;
      Thence along the middle of said lane or road N23.5W 28C89L to a stone for
      a corner;
      Thence N41W 2C66L to a corner in Newton Creek;
      Thence down the several courses of the said creek to the Chews Landing
      Road;
      Thence bounding by the middle of said road until it strikes the old branch
      of Peter's Creek;
      Thence up the several courses of said creek to the Place-of-Beginning
      containing by supposition 40 acres be the same more or less, it being the
      same tract or premises which John Deacon and Hannah his wife by deed
      1831 Mar 17 sold to John Campbell... Jesse Smith, Esq.  ....
      conveyed to John
      Deacon by deed dated 1830 Jan 16, legally executed and .... LL folio 208.
      Signed: John Campbell, Mary Campbell
      Witness: Charles Kinsey?


                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO., NEWTON,  END

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                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO., EVESHAM  BEGIN


John Campbell _
   n. w. 1773 Oct 16 NJA_COW 1761-1770 1SV33 XXXIII
      Baker, John, of Evesham Township, Burlington Co.; will of.
      Son, John, my lands where I live, after his mother's death.  Son, Jacob,
      5 shillings. Daughter, Rosannah Baker, 5 shillings. Wife, Catharine,
      moveable estate, out of which she shall keep my grandson, Oratio Pitcock,
      till he is 16, when he is to be bound to a trade; and she is also to have
      the profits of my lands.
      Exec my friend, Thomas Wilkins, Jr.
      Wit. Enoch Haines, Thomas Iredell, John Campbell.
      1774 Jan 08 Proved.
      1773 Dec 10 Inventory, #53.2.0, made by Jacob Wilkins and Robert Bishop.
      Lib. 16, p. 319.
   n. w. 1774 Oct 15 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Lippincott, Abel, of Evesham Township, Burlington Co.; will of.
      Wife, Catherine, use of my plantation where I live.  Son, Freedom, #20,
      when he is 21. Son, Abel, the homestead, where I live, except a piece of
      woodland at the east end, beginning at the end of Joshua Lippincott's
      lane, and runs to a corner of Joseph Eves, when he is 21. Son, Abel, to
      have negro, Sampson.
      Exec. wife, Catharine, and my friends, Joshua Lippincott and
      Micajah Wills.
      Wit. Rhoda Witten, Thomas Draper, John Campbell.
      1775 May 23 Proved.
      [No date.] Renunciation made by Joshua Lippincott and Micajah Wills.
      1775 May 11 Inventory, #715.9.6, made by Abner Rogers and Solomon Haines.
      Lib. 17, p. 126.
   n. w. 1776 Nov 13 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Brown, Amos, of Burlington Co. Int.
      Adm'rs Hope Brown and William Brown. Fellowbondsman Barzillai Pricket; all      of Northampton, said Co.
      1776 Nov 29 Inventory, #57.0.0, made by John Peacock and Barzilla Pricket.
      1778 Oct 09 Account made by Adm'rs. Paid Philip Brown, Henry Brown,
      Elias Brown, John Campbell and others.
      Lib. 16, p. 506; Lib. 18, p. 51.


                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO., EVESHAM  END
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                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO., BURLINGTON CITY  BEGIN

   n. w. 1754 Oct 27 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      White, Joseph, of Burlington City and County, yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Children: William, Anne (widow of Joseph Heulings), Mary Brian
      and Elizabeth. Grandsons: James and Joseph Claypole. Farm in City limits
      on Southside of Assisconk Creek, bought of Thomas Stevenson,
      William Stevenson, William Bassnet and Thomas Postgate; homestead with
      waterlots; lot of 6% acres on Southside of Broad Str., adjoining said
      creek; farm also in City limits on both sides of the Brickyard Road,
      bought of Thomas Cuttlar, the Exec. of Richard Allison and William Pettit;
      a corner lot and orchard, N. E. corner of York and Pearl Str. Personal
      property.
      Exec.: the wife and son.
      Wit.: Anthony Elton, Mary Campbel, William Heulings.
      1754 Dec 02 proved.  Lib. 7, p. 522.
      1754 Dec 07 Inventory, #373.3.8, incl. plate, #8.13; bonds, #116.15.2;
      servants, #30; made by Thomas Scattergood and William Heulings.

Colin Campbell
   bm 1707 Nov 10 to Colin Casmpbell of Delaris(?),(Barnhill), Scotland,
      the tenth child  (NJA VXXVI VXXVI P460)
   mf 1734 Jun 09 Mary Martha Bard _, Miss,  (1742 Jun) in St. Mary's Church,
      Burlington by Rev. William Currie  missionary at Radnor, PA.
      Tge Sunday Visitant  V1, N47.
   n. 1838 May 10 arrived (NJA XXVI P460)
   n. w. 1742 Dee 11 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Baynton, Peter, of City of Philada., merchant; will of.
      To be buried by wife at Philada. Sons: John and Benjamin, both under age.
      Father-in-law, John Budd. Sister, Ruth Banfleld and her son Peter.
      Sister-in-law, Ann Wheeler. Aunt, Elizabeth Devit. Cousins: James and
      Elizabeth Derkinderen. Mary Sedeway of Rhode Island, kinswoman of my late
      wife. Late apprentice, John Stapleford. Friends, Benjamin Pollard, of
      Boston, Joshua Maddox and Thomas Bourn. Legacies to poor of Philada.;
      to poor communicants of Episcopal Church in that City ; to Church at
      Burlington ; to ten poor widows, three in Burlington and seven in
      Philada. ; also to god-children, viz. Ann, daughter of Daniel Jones ;
      Mary, daughter of Joshua Maddox ; Thomas, son of Charles Willing ; Samuel,
      son of Samuel Massell ; and Sarah, daughter of Alexander Woodrops. #250
      towards building a New Episcopal Church in Philada.  House and lot on
      North side Arch Street, "which I bought of William Pywell ;" house and
      lot in Burlington "I bought of Simon Nightingale."
      Exec.: wife Mary, son John, and friends Joshua Maddox and Thomas Bourn of
      Philada.
      Wit.: Colin Campbell, Mary Campbell and Rebecca Bard.
      1743-4 March 14 proved. Lib. 5, p. 15.
   n. w. 1747, 2nd mo. (April) 14th day, NJA_COW 1731-1750 1SV30 XXX
      Lovett, Samnel, of City of Burlington, cordwainer; will of.
      Wife, Mary, #300. Nathan, son of son Nathan, and the 3 children of son
      Aaron (2 sons and a dau.). Daughters: Rebecca Pearson and Sarah, wife of
      James Smith. Lot In City of Burlington, lying between Parson Cambel's and
      Pheby Satterthwaifs, which I bought of Thomas Cutler, to my two
      grandchildren.  Samuel and Joseph Lovett.
      Exec.: wife, son Nathan, and sons-in-law Isaac Pearson and James Smith.
      Wit.: Joshua Raper, John Saunders, Isa. DeCow.
      1749 Affirmed at Burlington by Mary Lovett and James Smith, surviving
      executors. Lib. 6, p. 315.
   n. w. 1752 Jul 807 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Vatklnson, Paul, of Burlington, cordwainer; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Brothers: Godfry and John Watkinson. Sisters:
      Susannah Watkinson and Elizabeth Ashbury. Legacies to Isaac Heulings;
      Church of St. Anne's in Burlington to have house, lot and orchard, left
      to wife, after her death. Other real estate, incl. 500 acres in Morris
      Co. and personal property.
      Exec.: the wife, Joshua Raper and Rev. Colin Campbell.
      Wit.: Thomas Wetherwill, Mary White, Row'd Ellis.
      1752 Aug 08 Proved.
      1752 Aug 19 Inventory: Real (500 acres in Morris Co. #200) ; personal,
      #831.16.2, incl. bonds and book debts, #683.19.11; made by Isaac Heulings
      and Abraham Hewlings.
      1761 Dec 21 Account, by the surviving Exec.:, Colin Campbell, who
      deducts from the inventory #200, for the land, it being unsold; #201.11.3,
      as having been given by the will to the widow, and #12.6. insolvent debts,
      and has paid debts due to Richard Smith, Thomas Clifford, William Martin
      bill of exchange for #100, for which #167.10. is paid, with ls.8d. for
      postage). Burl. Wills, 5111 C.
  n. w. 1753 May 15 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Atklnson, Mary, of Burlington City, widow; will of.
      Sisters: Judith Nield and Jane Ely. Brothers: Elias, Nathaniel and
      Jonathan Pettit. Personal estate.
      Exec.: Joshua Raper and Rev. Colin Campbell, both of said City.
      Wit.: Joseph Allinson,
      John Saunders, Sarah Raper.
      1754 Feb 02 .proved
      1754,: . Inventory, #168.10.11, incl. money due from the
      estate of her late husband, Paul Watkinson, #53.15; bills and bonds,
      #109.2.9. Burl Wills, 5535 C.
   n. w. 1753 Jnl 05 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII
      Born, John, of Hanover Twsp., Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      To Rev. Collen Campbell, #5; to friend Abraham Kelley, #5; to friend,
      widow Hope Atkinson, #3; to Jonathan Budd, son of William and
      Susanna Budd, #6, when of age; to Mary, daughter of William Budd, #4; to
      Samuel Budd, son of William Budd, Bible; to friend, Thomas Budd, residue.
      Exec.:: said Thomas Budd.
      Wit.: Jacob Sulavan, Gab. Blond.
      1753 Jul 18 proved.
      1753 Jul 16 Inventory, #93.12.7, by James Wills, George Briggs.
      Burl. Wills, 5155 C.
   n. w. 1755 May 24 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Mamer, James, of Burlington City; will of.
      Sister, Christian Marner. Brothers: William and Alexander Mamer. Names
      also Joseph Ferguson, Elizabeth Isdell and Sara, dau. of Thomas Isdell.
      The following names of legatees are crossed out in the original without
      explanation:: Campbell, Colin Campbell, Jr., John Campbell,
      Harkness (Tuckness?), Phebe Tuckness, James Tuckness,
      John Ferguson, Capt. Wrag and John Smith. Personal estate.
      Exec.: Mr., also called Rev., Colin Campbell, and, in case of his death,
      Joshua Raper and Samuel Smith.
      Wit.: Joseph Ellis, Jonathan Ferguson, Jo Smith.
      Codicil, without date, gives #15 in goods to intended wife, Ann Fisher,
      and divides what is over that sum between her and the above said brothers.
      Wit.: John Hamilton.
      1757 Jan 26 proved. Lib. 8, p. 360.
   n. w. 1761 May 25 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Budd, Margaret, of Northampton Twsp., Burlington Co., widow; will of.
      To my only surviving daughter, Mary Budd, all my clothing; but, if she
      die, then to my granddaughter, Elizabeth Ross, wife of Alexander Ross.
      Granddaughter Rebeckah Jolly, #5.  Grandchildren, Mary Hopewell,
      Deborah Budd, Margaret Cowgill and Margaret Budd, #5 each.
      Exec: said Alexander Ross.
      Wit: Colin Campbell, Elizabeth Elton, Mary Campbell.
      1762 May 12 Proved .
      1762 May 10 Inventory, #144.16.9, made by Henry Paxson and Thomas Shinn.
      Lib. 11, p. 209.
   n. w. 1766 Aug 15 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Campbell, Rev. Colin, of City and Co. of Burlington.  Int.
      Adm'x: Mary Campbell, the widow. Fellowbondsmen: Abraham Hewlings, of
      Burlington, and Peter Bard, of Mount Holly, said Co., merchants.
      1766 Aug 26 Inventory, #3,050.6.6, made by Daniel Ellis and
      Isaac Hewlings.
      1773 Mar 15 Mary Campbell sworn, and said that the inventory was perfect.
      Lib. 12, p. 295.
   dm 1766 Aut 09 of a short illness  at  59Y.
      grandfather to ?R??ev. Johnn Barnwell Campobell of the Episcopal Church on
      Beaufort, SC and .  He leaves a daughter in Trenton and others. "The
      Sunday Vigilant 1819 June 12, Saturday,  Rleston":
   n. bio NJA VXXVI P460)
 with Mary M. (nee Bard _) Campbell
   b              b              b              b              b

Colin Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to Colin Campbell _ et ux Mary M. nee Bard _) Campbell
   n. w. 1770 Dee 20 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Smith, Joseph, of Bristol Twsp., Bucks Co., Pa. Int.
      Adm'x: Hannah Smith, of Bucks Co., Pa. Fellowbondsmen: Walter Vansciver,
      Jr., and John Hayes; both of Burlington.
      Wit: Colin Campbell.
      1770 Dec 13 Inventory, #799.15.9, made by John Brown and William Bidgood.
      Contains many names of Bucks Co. people, but no important information).
      Lib. 15, p. 72.
   n. w. 1771 Apr 09 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      McQueen, John, of Gloucester Co. Ward.
      Son of William McQueen, of said Co., deceased. Guardian Sanuel Leake,
      of Deerfield, Cumberland Co. Fellowbondsmen Randle Morgan, of Deptford,
      Gloucester Co., and Patrick Flaningam, of Greenwich, Gloucester Co.
      Wit: Colin Campbell.
      1777 Sep 15 Account by Guardian. Lib. 15, p. 105.
   n. 1771 Apr !> NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      McQueen, Rebecca, of Gloucester Co. Ward.
      Daughter of William McQueen, of said Co., deceased. Guardian Samuel Leake,
      of Deerfield, Cumberland Co. Fellowbondsmen Randle Morgan, of Deptford,
      Gloucester Co., and Patrick Flaningam, of Greenwich, Gloucester Co.
      Wit: Colin Campbell.
      1777 Sep 15 Account by Guardian. Lib. 15, p. 105.
   n. w. 1773 Sep 29 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Lyell [Lisle], Thomas, of Willingboroug-h Township, Burlington Co. Int.
      Adm'r: Colin Campbell. Fellowbondsman: Thomas Polegreen Hewlings; both of
      City of Burlington, Esquires.
      1773 Oct 23 Inventory, #160.0.7, made by Thomas Polegreen Hewllng-s and
      Josiah Franklin Davenport. Lib. 15, p. 493.
   n. w. 1775 Mar 29 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Osier, Samuel, of Gloucester Co. Ward.
      Having lands in Waterford Township, makes choice of Abraham Heulings as
      his Guardian.
      Wit. Joseph Burrough and Samuel Spicer.
      1775 Mar 30 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Guardian Abraham Heulings, of Chester Township, Burlington Co., yeoman.
      Fellowbondsman Joseph Osier, of Waterford Township, Gloucester Co.
      Wit. Colin Campbell and Robert Burchan. Lib. 15, p. 528.
   n. 1776 Nov 02 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      McQueen, John, of Gloucester Co. Ward.
      Son of William McQueen, of said Co., deceased. Guardian Samuel Leake,
      (who is father-in-law of said ward), of Deerfield Township, Cumberland Co.
      Fellowbondsman Ephraim Buck, of Cumberland Co.
      Wit: Abigail Datten. Lib. 18, p. 50.
   n. 1781 moved to St. John,  New Brunswick, CAN with the Loyaists
 with


Patrick
   n. w. 1748 Sep 27 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Hall, BnTgetm, of Bordentown, Burlington Co., mariner; will of.
      Wife, Abigail, all estate, real and personal, during widowhood.
      Daughters: Martha Freach, Ruth and Abigail.
      Exec.: wife, and Robert Field, Sen'r.
      Wit.: Rees Roberts, Robert Ashton, Geo. Bliss, Jun'r.
      1749 Aug 31 proved. Lib. 6, p. 313.
      1749 Aug 07 Inventory #215.19.9; made by Thos. Folkes and Isaac Horner.
      Includes debts due by George Palmer, Elihugh Lee. Jacob Hooker,
      Rees Jones. Joseph Wood, Jun'r. Rob't. Ashton. Joseph Roberts.
      Preston Manlaw. Charles Taylor, Job Warford. James Pugsley. Edward Kimbal,
      James Denness. John Ashton. Daniel Davis. John Goldsmith. Patrick Campble,
      John Lorton, Joseph Field, James Powell, Richard Parker, Sam'l Barwell,
      Oliver Carty, Thomas Holmes, Mathew McCarty. Mathew Farrell.
      Francis Simson, Edward Chapman. Rob't. Taylor, John McKim, James Butler,
      James Fagon, Rees Roberts, Ocke Halanes.


   n. w. 1750 Aug 23 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Baynton, Mary, of City of Burlington, widow; will
      of. Sister, Ann Wheeler, sole executrix ; son Benjamin to have sister's
      part of tract on Delaware River called Loepeatenung. Nephew, Joseph
      Pidgeon. Son-in-law, John Baynton, and his daughter Mary. Cousin,
      Elizabeth Stapleton. Church in Burlington to have #10. God-children:
      Joseph and Rowland Ellis, Mary, Sarah and Ann CuUum, Dinah Wheat,
      William Spencer and Grace Bustill.
      1750 Aug 24 Codicil. Rev. Mr. Collin Campbell to be executor in
      case sister dies before Benjamin is of age.
      Wit.: Jos. White, Junr., Mary Campbell, Mary White.
      1750 Dec 19 proved. Lib. 6, p. 390.
   n. w. 1753 Jnl 05 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Born, John, of Hanover Twsp., Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      To Rev. Collen Campbell, #5; to friend Abraham Kelley, #5; to friend,
      widow Hope Atkinson, #3; to Jonathan Budd, son of William and
      Susanna Budd, #6, when of age; to Mary, daughter of William Budd, #4; to
      Samuel Budd, son of William Budd, Bible; to friend, Thomas Budd, residue.
      Exec.:: said Thomas Budd.
      Wit.: Jacob Sulavan, Gab. Blond.
      1753 Jul 18 proved.
      1753 Jul 16 Inventory, #93.12.7, by James Wills, George Briggs.
      Burl. Wills, 5155 C.

Archibald Campbell _
   n. w. 1752 Jun 27 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Hartshorne, Robert, of Burlington, attorney-at-law.
      Int. Bond of widow. Hannah Hartshorne, as Adm'x; Samuel Smith,
      merchant, fellowbondsman, both of Burlington.
      Lib. 7, p. 424; Lib. 16, p. 473.
      1752 Aug 14 Inventory, #5,605.11, incl. a gold watch and diamond
      seal, #25; a gold stockbuckle, 11 pwt., 6 grs., #3; a pair of silver shoe
      buckles, 10s.; 246 oz., 6 pwt., 8 grs., of wrought plate, at 8/6,
      #104.10.8; 13 maps. #1.5; 40 ells of Ozinbriggs, at 1/5, #2.16.8; a large
      looking glass, #6.10; 6 New England chairs, with leather bottoms,
      #2.14; five negro slaves, #173; a chaise, #20; another, #25; 60 bush,
      of Indian corn, #4.10; books, #123.5; debts due by Benjamin Jones,
      Lot Ridgway, Henry Worthington, Joseph Pearson, John Lawrence,
      John Poole, John and Peter Covenhover, Thomas Duell, John Bacon,
      Michael Newbold, Daniel Smith, Daniel Huddy, Mathew Allen, Thom-
      as Shinn, Ebenezer Tomlinson, Osten Hicks, James Talman, Abigail
      Hall, Salomon Burr and John Buzby, #2,082.7.11; doubtful and unsettled
      debts due by Thomas Clayton, Thomas Lenord, Charles Reed, William Hugg,
      Joseph Worrell, Nathan Watson, Henry Paxton, William Freinen, Philo Leeds,
      Benett Bard, Richard Bowlby, Joseph Ballenger, Peter Marriage,
      Thomas Hampton, Samuel MafEet, Francis Haddock, Casper Smith,
      Benjamin Lodge, William Wallice, Henry Row, William Hampton, Jr.,
      Thomas Clement, Lucy Hubbs, James Borden, William Brookfield,
      William Skeels, John Scholey, Caleb Shinn, Jonathan Wright, David Gale,
      Andrew King, Nathan Starkey, George Eyre, George Palmer, William Sorsby,
      Samuel Wickward (?), John Hancock, Jonathan Lovell, Jonathan Shreve,
      Thomas Foster, Obadiah Ireton, Thomas Staples, Jr., Joseph Richards,
      John Nickelson, Joseph Loyd, William Barker, James Dunbar,
      Thomas Atkinson, Roger Fort. The following are called book debts
      "Doubtful:" Letitia Aubray v. Elisa Bass, John Penn v. James Steel, Adm'r
      of Haize, Samuel Hazell v. Francis Gervis, Thomas Morgan v.
      William Sheppard, William Branson v. Ex'rs of Carree, Daniel Corbit v.
      Thomas Rossell, William Mountgomery v. Richard Jones, John Green ex dem.
      Cornelius Mason v. Josiah Parvin, Adm'r of Leeds v. Will Norcross,
      Samuel Parr v. William Rawsor, Peter Le Count v. John Brittain,
      Peter Turner v. Benjamin Eaton, Samuel Nicholson v. John Hall,
      Edward Moon ads. John Buttler, Mathias Aspden v. Edward Noble,
      Rebecca Reeve, John Kimble ads. Mathew McCarthy, Jacob Hooker ads,
      of Thomas Caskie, Harmanus King ads, James Johnson, William Hooper v.
      Julius Ewan, Ex'rs of Andrew Tompson v. Daniel Mestayer,
      Joseph Richards ads. John Terry, William Coate v. Martha Milnor,
      Hannah Sawyer v. Isaac Hutchinson, John Ord v. Thomas Leonard,
      Robert Maffet v. John Prickett, John Imlay v. Nathaniel Starkey,
      Ex'rs of Vanculin v. John Tompson, John Conner ex dem. Thomas
      Devereux v. .Tohn Turnout, Morris Conner v. Stewart, Andrew Lycans
      V. Caleb Shinn, Thomas Thorn v. Thomas Kendall, Alexander Moore
      V. Joseph Seeley, Jacob Hall v. John Betts, John Ervin v. Peter Bryan,
      Job Lippencott v. Joseph Rivers, George Gray v. John Irannell, John
      Erwin v. Reuben Jackaway, Archibald Campbell v. Reuben Eldridge,
      David Erwin v. Peter Bryan, William Hampton v. John Prosser, John
      Bryan v. Jonas Jones, Morris Morgan v. Morgan Conner, William
      Smallwood ads. of John Price; Ex'rs of John Powell, Joseph Zanes,
      Mary Champion and Samuel Shivers v. Mary Easley, Ex'x of Robert
      Champion, "William Gerrard ad3. Abram Perkins, Ann Gray v. Peter
      Rambo, Henry Sparks v. Abigail Kaighain, John Sparks Farmer v.
      John Patterson and wife Ann, Peter Longacre and wife Sarah v. John
      Fleming and wife Rachel, John Bryan v. Robert Noble, John Bryon v.
      Daniel O'Neil, Samuel Raris v. Evan Morgan, Henry Roe ads. Israel
      Williams, Henry Roe v. James Russell, John Smallwood v. Maim
      Southwick, John Smallwood v. David Ward, John Bond v. Elias Gan-
      dy, Peter Cheesman v. Samuel Ward, Rowland Rice v. John Proser,
      Samuel Maffett v. John Woodward; in all #1,192.5.4; made by Joseph
      Noble and Robert Smith, who say of this last sum: "The sums men-
      tioned from page the 7th to page the 12th [of the Inventory] amount-
      ing to #1,192.5.4., stands charged in the books of said Robert to the
      several persons whose names to their respective sums are affixed as
      unsettled amounts which may perhaps hereafter be settled and ad-
      Justed between the Administratrix and the several parties therein
      concerned. "-
      1773 Jan 30 Account by the Adm'x, showing payments of #577.4.5
      to daughter, Catherine and her husband, Benjamin Fordham, and
      #497.6.9 to Hannah, the other daughter.

   n. w. 1792 Jul 23 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Caldwell, Thomas, of Sandtown, Gloucester Co.  Int.
      Adm'rs: Campbell Dick and Uriah Paul. Fellowbondsman: Charles West; all of
      said Co. Lib. 34, p. 445; File 1809H.


                                 NJ, BURLINGTON CO., BURLINGTON CITY  END

William Campbell _
   mf 1866 Feb 21 Sarah J. Smith _
      1866 Mar 17 PA_PPL V_ N_ Married
         Campbell-Smith.-On the 21st of February, by the Rev. John Chambers,
      William Campbell and Sarah J. Smith, both of Philada, *38


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Duncan Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R23 P58B L  P740
      NY, New York Co., NYC, 4th Ward
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Duncan Campbell ________/00 00 00 00 01/00 00 00 00 01/_ _ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW

Duncan Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R318 P340
      NY, Onondaga Co., Marcellu ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Duncan Campbell _________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/

Samuel Campbell _
   n. 1823 Feb 22 Washington Whig, John Clark & Co. - Publisher, Index P70.
         Married at Washington City, on Tuesday evening, the 17th inst. by the
      Rev. Mr. Matthews, Hon. Samuel Campbell, member of the house of reps. from
      New York, to Miss Maria Regina Queen, of that city.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 06 Robert Campbell/Catherine  NJ, DE, PA


Robert Csmpbell 10
   bm~1720
   mf ____ ___ __ Catharine _ 10.  NARA_CCSNA.
   bf~1725
   dm~1776 Sussex, NJ
   df>1776 Sussex, NJ.
 with Cztharine
   Obadiah 11     Robert 11
   b17400702      b175501120     b              b              b

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Obadiah Campbell 11
   bm 1740 Jul 02 to Robert Campbell 10 et ux Catherine    in NJ.
   mf 1763 Sep 01 Mary Updyke 11    Opdyke Updike
   bf 1742 May 21
   n. 1779 moved to purchased 400 acres in Rapho Twp., Northumberland Co., PA.
   n. w. 1782 Jul 05 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Moore, Abraham, of Sussex Co. Int.
      Adm'rs: Michael Moore and Samuel Moore.
      Fellowbondsman: Obediah Campbell; all of Greenwich Township, said Co.
      Wit.: Samuel Williams and John Dick.
      1782 Jul 04 Inventory, #103.3.10, made by Obediah Campbell and
      Isaac Dewit. Lib. 26, p. 269.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P309  R0  P189 C1/3.
      PA, Northumberland Co., No returned twp.
 Name                                              16+ <16  >0   S   F
 Obediah_&_Son Camble                               03  04  04  00  00
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P225-231  R37 P669.
      PA, Northumberland Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Obediah Camble          /00 02 00 01 01/00 01 00 00 01/00 00 _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
   df 1801 Aug 10
   mf 1802 May 30 Mary Wikinson 11
   bf
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P39,40   R53 P264 L_
      PA, Northumberland Co., Shamokin Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Obadea Campbell         /__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _      _______
   df 1816
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R107 P57 L  .
      PA, Northumberland Co., Shamokin Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Obadiah Campbell        /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70  R147 P196 L  .
      PA, Northumberland Co., Shamokin Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Obadiah Campbell        /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   dm 1819 Mar 26 in Northumberland
 with Mary (nee Updyke 11)
   Benjzmin 12    John 12        Hannah 12      James 12       Robert 12
   b17650102      b17700208      b17700916      b17730901      b17750730
   Joanna  12     Obadiah 12     Albert 12      Jane 12
   b17770622      b17790610      b17831109      b1785

Robert Campbell 11
   bm 1755 Jsn 20 to Robert Csmpbell 10 et ux Catharine. NARA_CCSNA.
   mf 1782 Sep 30 Mary Reynolds 11, or 1782 Aug 03 in Greenwich Twp., NJ.
      NARA_CCSNA.
   bf 1762 Feb 20 to William Reynolds 10 et ux Mary NARA_CCSNA.
   mf 1782 Aug 03 Mary _ 11. NARA_CCSNA.
   bf 1761. NARA_CCSNA.
   n. Robert, Mary, W3334, NJ Line, NARA_CCSNA.
      1818 Jul 14 he applied for a pension from Northumberland Co., PA aged 63.
      1821 he had a wife Mary aged 60 & 2 children under 21.
      1840 Jsn 29 his widow applied from Shamokin Twp., Northumberland Co., PA
      aged 78.
   dm 1831 Dec 01 . NARA_CCSNA.
   df 1844 Jan 10. NARA_CCSNA.
   n.  see also Spencer Campbell and Sarah Reynjolds Fn Wi Reynolds
 with Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell
   John 12        Margaret 12    Obediah 12     Anne 12        Mary 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Cstharine 12   Elizabeth 12   Jane 12        Sarah 12       Phoebe 12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Robert 12
   b

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   n. to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11)
      Benjzmin 12    John 12        Hannah 12      James 12       Robert 12
      b17650102      b17700208      b17700916      b17730901      b17750730
      Joanna  12     Obadiah 12     Albert 12      Jane 12
      b17770622      b17790610      b17831109      b1785

Benjzmin Campbell 12
   bm 1765 Jan 02 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell
   dm 1823 Sep 10

John Campbell 12
   bm 1770 Feb 08 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell

Hannah Campbell 12
   bf 1770 Sep 16 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell
   df 1772 Nov 08

James Campbell 12
   bm 1773 Sep 01 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell
   mf 1801 Dec 24 Sarah Hoffman 12
   bf 1785 Aug 12 to
   df 1830 Sep 22
   dm 1841 Sep 01

Robert Campbell 12
   bm 1775 Jul 30 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell

Joanna Campbell 12
   bf 1777 Jun 16 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux  Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell
   mm 1798 Dec 12 George Ely 12
   bm 1776 Jun 12 to George Ely _ et ux Susannah (nee Farley _) Ely _, he a
      Colonel in Amsell, Hunterdon Co., NJ.
   dm 1827 Oct 16 Columbia Co., PA.
   df 1844 Sep 10 in Columbia Co., PA.
 with George in Northumberland
   Mary 13        Joseph 13      William C 13   Robert 13      Sarah Ann 13
   b18000612      b18020115      b180300305     b1805051_      b18000404
   Catherine 13   Jane 13        Elizabeth L 13 Esther 13      Harriet 13
   b18101101      b18120612      b18140501      b181700427     b18221110

Obadiah Campbell 12
   bm 1779 Jun 10 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell
      5th son in NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Shipman 12
   bf ____ ___ __ Nicholas Shipman, a pioneer family of NJ which settled in
      Rockefeller twp., Northumberland Co., PAl
   n. Historical and biographical annals of Columbia and Montour counties ...
      By J.H. Beers
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R107 P57 L  .
      PA, Northumberland Co., Shamokin Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Obadiah Campbell, Jr.   /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   n. Purchased a large tract of land in Columbia Co., removed there and
      errected a saw mill.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70  R145 P359 L  .
      PA, Luzerne Co., Huntingdon Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Obadiah Campbell        /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R801 P     L8 222/230
      PA, Montour Co.,Roaring Creek
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Obediah Campbell          74M                             NJ
 Elizabeth Campbell        65F                             NJ
 John Campbell             26M                             PA
 Joanna Cambelll           28F                             PA
 Hiram Hawes               21M                             PA
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P238 1779
      PA, Columbia, Locust ?Twp.D,
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 O. Campbedll               82M                            NJ
 E. Campbell                73F                            NJ
   dm 1866 Jul 27 and interred near Sharp Ridge Methodist, Montour Co., PA.
   df 1866 May 27 and interred near Sharp Ridge Methodist, Montour Co., PA.
 with Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12) Campbell 12,  4 sons, six daughters
   Nicholas 13    Mary 13        Hannah 13      Jane 13        Obadiah S 13
   b18071214      b              b              b18150303      b18161125
   Joanna 13      John 13        _ 13           Sarah 13       James J 13
   b1822          b18231207      b1824          b18260523      b1827
   Elizabeth 13
   b1836

_ Csmpbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel _ _
   n. possiby ties to Alm.* Pepper
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R756  L19 128/139
      PA, Bradford Co., Towanda
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 M. C. Amont                46MW                           PA
 .
 .
 Rachael Campbell           80FW                           CN



Albert Campbell 12
   bm 1783 Nov 01 to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R145 P91 L19.
      PA, Bradford Co., Pikeland Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Albert Campbell          /0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R757  L26  235/240
      PA, Bradford Co., Pike Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Francis Pepper             66MW                           CN
 Anna Pepper                66FW                           CN
 Almon Pepper               22MW                           PA
 Amanda Pepper              20FW                           PA
 Albert Campbell            66MW                           NY



Jane Campbell 12
   bf 1781/5 ___ __ to Obadiah Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Updyke 11) Campbell

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   n. to Robert Campbell 11 with Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell
      John 12        Margaret 12    Obediah 12     Anne 12        Mary 12
      b              b              b              b              b
      Cstharine 12   Elizabeth 12   Jane 12        Sarah 12       Phoebe 12
      b              b              b              b              b
      Robert 12
      b

John Campbell 12
   bm 1783 Mar 26 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell
       NARA_CCSNA.
   dm 1786 Feb 26  NARA_CCSNA.

Margaret Campbell 12
   bf 1785 Feb 02 to Robert Campbell 12 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell
      NARA_CCSNA.

Margret Campbell _
   df 1873 Mar 29 at 78 single in Burlington co., NJ.
      FS.O IPN:B06577-0

Obediah Campbell 12
   bm 1787 Jan 14 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell
      NARA_CCSNA.

Obadiah Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R107 P46 L  .
      PA, Northumberland Co., Rush Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Obadiah Campbell        /__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/_ _ _ _ _  ________

Anne Campbell 12
   bf 1789 Jan 23 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell.
      NARA_CCSNA.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Minier 12. NARA_CCSNA.
   dm<

Mary Campbell 12
   bf 1790 Dec 14 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell.
      NARA_CCSNA.

Cstharine Campbell 12
   bf 1792 Oct 20 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell.
      NARA_CCSNA.
   mm ____ ___ __ Asher Ely 12
   bm 1788 ___ __ PA, Northumberland Co.. NARA_CCSNA.
   n. 1830
      OH, Knox Co.

Elizabeth Campbell 12
   bf 1794 Jan 23 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell.
      NARA_CCSNA.
   mm ____ ___ __ Levi Metier 12. NARA_CCSNA.

Jane Campbell 12
   bf 1796 Mar 21 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell
 NARA_CCSNA. Janet
   mm ____ ___ __ Joel Exel 12.  NARA_CCSNA.

Sarah Campbell 12
   bf 1798 Oct 28 to Robert Campbell _ et ux Mary nee Reynolds 11) Campbell.
      NARA_CCSNA.
   mm ____ ___ __ William Campbell _.. NARA_CCSNA.
   n. Family records William Campbell have birthdates.

Phoebe Campbell 12
   bf 1800 Feb 10 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell.
      NARA_CCSNA.

Robert Campbell 12
   bm 1802 Apr 18 to Robert Campbell 11 et ux Mary (nee Reynolds 11) Campbell
      in NJ.  NARA_CCSNA.
   dm 1869 Jul 12 at 67Ym married  in NJ, Burlington, Northampton
      FS.O IPN B06574-0

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Sarah Jane Campbell _
   bf 1804
   mm 1826 ___ __ William C. Ely _
   bm 1803 ___ __ PA, Northumberland [now Columbia] Co.,
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R765 P   l22  251
      PA, Chester Co., West Vincent
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Sarah Eely                 47F                            PA
 William Eely               24MW                           PA
 George Eely                21M                            PA
 Robert Eely                18M                            PA
 Sarah E. Eely              15F                            PA
 John Eely                  13M                            PA
 Hannah Eely                10F                            PA
 Rebecca Eely               10F                            PA
 Mary A. Eely                8F                            PA
   n. 1835 in OH, Knox Co.
   n. 1842 in OH, Richland Co.
   n. 1845 in OH, Morrow Co., Bloomfield Twp.
   n. 1849 in OH, Williams [now Fulton] Co.
   dm 1861 in OH, Fulton Co.

Jeanette Campbell _
   bf
   mm 1798 ___ __ Caleb Ely _
   bm 1776/7 ___ __ NJ, Hunterdon Co., NJ.
   dm 1854 ___ __ PA, Columbia Co.

Levi Campbell _
   bm 1816 ___ __ Levi Campbell _
   mf 1835 ___ __ Esther/Hester Ely _ in OH, Knox Co.

Joanna Campbell _
   mm 1798 ___ __ George Ely _
   bm 1776 NJ, Hunterdon [now Mercer] Co., NJ.
   dm 1827 ___ __ PA, Columbia Co.

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Page 139


   n. to Obadiah Campbell 12 with Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12) Campbell 12
      Nicholas 13    Mary 13        Hannah 13      Jane 13        Obadiah S 13
      b18071214      b              b17700916      b18150303      b18161125
      Joanna 13      John 13        _ 13           Sarah 13       James J 13
      b1822          b18231207      b1824          b18260523      b1827
      Elizabeth 13
      b1836

Nicholas Campbell 13
   bm 1807 Dec 14 to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell

Mary Campbell 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ William Thompson 13

Hannah Campbell 13
   bf 1770 Sep 16 to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ James Hile 13

Jane Campbell 13
   bf 1815 Mar 13 to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Elijzh Yocum 13

Obadiah S. Campbell 13
   bm 1816 Nov 26 to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell

Joanna Campbell 13
   bf 1822 ___ __ to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ John McMurtrie

John Campbell 13
   bm 1823 Dec 07 to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell in Elysburg, Northumberland Co., PA.
   mf 1853 ___ __ Mary Ann Fuller 13
   bf 1833 ___ __ John Fuller 12 et ux Phebe (nee Mailey 12) Fuller
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   P132 984
      PA, Northumberland Co., Lower Augusta Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Campbell              37MW                           PA
 Mary Ann Campbell          28FW                           PA
 Georgiana Campbell          5FW                           PA
 Theodore A. Campbell        2MW                           OH
   n. Elder of Hollowing Run Presbyteriasn Church.
 with Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell
   Georgianna 14  Theodore A 14  Clara Jane 14  Delmar F 14    Charles W 14
   b1855          b1857          b              b18640213      b
   Warren L 14    Miles H 14
   b              b

_ Campbell 13
   b. 1824
   d. 1824

Sarah Campbell 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Aaron Shultz Knittle 13, at Elysburg
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   n. Mary mm Franklin P. Maurer, Emma nmm _ Blakeley, Jane mm John Frederichs,
      Laura mm Silas Everitt.
 with
   Joseph C 14    John 14        Dallas 14      Daniel F 14    Mary 14
   b              b              b              b              b
   Emma 14        Jane 14        Laura 14
   b              b              b              b              b

James Jackson Campbell 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell
   n. Of Columbia Co., PA.

Elizabeth Campbell 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Obadiah Campbell 12 et ux Elizabeth (nee Shipman 12)
      Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ James Fox 13

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   n. to John Campbell 13 with Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell
      Georgianna 14  Theodore A 14  Clara Jane 14  Delmar F 14    Charles W 14
      b1855          b1857          b              b18640213      b
      Warren L 14    Miles H 14
      b              b

Georgianna Campbell 14
   bf 1855 ___ __ to John Campbell 13 et ux Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Henry Smith 13
   bm

Theodore Alvin Campbell 14
   bm 1857 ___ __ to John Campbell 13 et ux Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell
   n. Lived Fisher's Ferry.

Clara Jane Campbell 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 13 et ux Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ Jared H. Yeager 13
   bm
   n. Bush Twp.

Delmar F. Campbell 14
   bm 1864 Feb 13 to John Campbell 13 et ux Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell in
      Lower Augusta Twp.
   mf 1890 Jun 23 Thomson Speece 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Anthony S. Speece 13 et ux Ann (nee Shipman 13) Campbell of
      Little Mahoney Twp.
   n. Prominent member of thde Mountain Presbyterian Church.
   n. Lived at Seven Points.
 with Thomson (nee Speece 14) Campbell.  17 children
   Myrtle A 15    Ada V 15       Don Lee 15     Grover 15      John A 15
   b              b____1207      b              b              b
   Goldie 15      Ora 15         Alvin 15       Fay 15         Vera 15
   b              b              b              b              b
   Rissell 15     Ethel 15       LLoyd 15       Elsworth 15    Elwood 15
   b              b              b              b              b
   Marvin 15      Theodore A 15
   b              b

Charles W. Campbell 14
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 13 et ux Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell

Warren L. Campbell 14
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 13 et ux Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell

Miles H. Campbell 14
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Campbell 13 et ux Mary Ann (nee Fuller 13) Campbell




Myrtle A. Campbell 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Ada V. Campbell 15
   bf ____ Dec 07 to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell same day as her grandfather Campbdell's.

Don Lee Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Grover Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

John Anthony Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell namjed after both his grandfathers.

Goldie Campbell 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Ora Campbell 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Alvin Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Fay Campbell 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Vera Campbell 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell
   df of measles at 3Y.

Rissell Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Ethel Campbell 15
   bf ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

LLoyd Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Elsworth Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Elwood Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Marvin Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

Theodore A. Campbell 15
   bm ____ ___ __ to Delmar F. Campbell 14 et ux Thomson (nee Speece 14)
      Campbell

LINKAGE END 06

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      NJ_County_deed_format   Input file: NJ_CuCDR_Campbell_monoline
      Cambell Cumberland Deeds unassociated.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1806 Mar 02 B_10 P_22
      Grantor: John et al ? Campbell
      Grantee: Deed of Partition
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1808 Jun 07 B_12 P_610
      Grantor: John et al ? Campbell
      Grantee: Daniel Blizard
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1809 Jun 30 B_14 P_266
      Grantor: Samuel Blizard
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 22 B_15 P_562
      Grantor: Laurence VanCook
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 23 B_15 P_564
      Grantor: John Wickward
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 23 B_15 P_566
      Grantor: John Cobb
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 May 18 B_18 P_110
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Daniel Blizard
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 Aug 05 B_18 P_431
      Grantor: John Campbell by Shff.
      Grantee: Nathan L. Stratton
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 Nov 04 B_19 P_191
      Grantor: Owen Jones
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1811 Nov 04 B_19 P_193
      Grantor: Owen Jones
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Apr 00 B_20 P_437
      Grantor: John Campbell by Shff.
      Grantee: Lawrence Van   ch
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Jun 02 B_21 P_31
      Grantor: Jeremiah Russell
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Sep 11 B_21 P_443
      Grantor: John Garrison
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1812 Oct 07 B_21 P_561
      Grantor: John Campbell et al
      Grantee: Charles Browne
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1816 Apr 02 B_27 P_647
      Grantor: Joseph Jones
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1819 Dec 01 B_37 P_249
      Grantor: Lewis Tomlinson
      Grantee: Joseph Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1819 Nov 25 B_38 P_50
      Grantor: Joseph Tonkin
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1820 Jan 15 B_38 P_114
      Grantor: Jacob Shull
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1820 Aug 09 B_38 P_309
      Grantor: Dan Simpkins, Shff
      Grantee: Joseph Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 Apr 11 B_41 P_230
      Grantor: George Laning
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 Apr 11 B_41 P_233
      Grantor: George Tonkins et admrs
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 Apr 01 B_41 P_235
      Grantor: Sarah Tonkin
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1824 Mar 31 B_44 P_69
      Grantor: William Blizard
      Grantee: Joseph Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1824 May 05 B_44 P_166
      Grantor: William Blizard by Excr
      Grantee: Petre Campblas
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1824 May 31 B_44 P_207
      Grantor: Jonathan J. Hinn
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1824 Jun 19 B_44 P_267
      Grantor: Elias P. Seeley
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1825 Feb 08 B_45 P_236
      Grantor: Albert Hankins, et al
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1825 Sep 30 B_46 P_382
      Grantor: John Shaman
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1813 May 29 B_23 P_139
      Grantor: Peter Campbell
      Grantee: Daniel Ogden
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Jul 30 B_25 P_454
      Grantor: Peter Campbell by Admrs
      Grantee: Ethan Lore, Jr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Sep 24 B_26 P_37
      Grantor: Peter Campbell by Admrs
      Grantee: Moses Bateman, Jr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Nov 28 B_26 P_200
      Grantor: Peter Campbell by Admrs
      Grantee: Asa Dugless
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1815 Feb 21 B_26 P_470
      Grantor: Peter Campbell
      Grantee: Isaac Garrison
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1815 Jun 13 B_28 P_92
      Grantor: Peter Campbell by Admrs.
      Grantee: William Moore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1814 Mar 14 B_24 P_523
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Nathaniel Harris
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1815 Feb 21 B_26 P_468
      Grantor: Peter Campbell
      Grantee: Isaac Garrison
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1815 Jun 27 B_27 P_362
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Robert Blake
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1816 Feb 02 B_27 P_679
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: David Garrison
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1820 Jun 05 B_37 P_574
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: John Cobb
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1819 Nov 25 B_38 P_5[06]
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Joseph Tonkin
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1820 Jan 18 B_39 P_52
      Grantor: Joseph Campbell
      Grantee: Daniel Elmer
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 May 27 B_41 P_376
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Thomas Ferguson
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1822 Sep 10 B_41 P_603
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Auley Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld 1823 Nov 06 NJ_CuCDR    20090624 NJGF9889 GJB76.
      Grantor: David C. Wood of Philadelphia
      Grantee: John Kille of Woolwich, Gloucester County
      Transaction: $6000 (with installments of $1000 specified) in Downe Twp
      opposite Spring Garden Ferry near Buckshutem 42 acres
      Pin oak by old creek to Maurice River on west side thereof;
      Thence  4 rods east of the road from Spring Garden to Buckshutem, corner
      to John Elkinton.
      Along Elkinton, S46*E to river.
      Down river to line of John Campbell's meadow.
      Along Campbell, S85*W to Thomas Ferguson.
      N15.25*W 27.60 chains along Ferguson, Ezekiel "Mahew" and Thomas "Mahew."
      N85.5*E 7 chains to river, a little below the mouth of the two-mouthed
      creek [so below which mouth?]
      Down the river to Elkinton and along him [vague]
      Wit: Benjamin Seaton, Charles Shaw

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1825 May 24 B_45 P_628
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: David C. Wood
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1828 Jun 20 B_50 P_299
      Grantor: Joseph Campbell et al comm
      Grantee: Josiah Tomlin
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1829 Mar 14 B_51 P_217
      Grantor: Joseph Campbell
      Grantee: Henry Hampton
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18   _  _ B__ P__.
      Grantor: inadvertently erased between 18290328&18300601
      Grantee:   Tribbett
      Description: Land in _ Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1830 Jun 01 B_53 P_432.
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: David Compton
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1830 Jul 20 B_53 P_527.
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Webster Souder
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1832 Feb 14 B_55 P_386.
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Enoch Sharp
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1833 Jan 19 B_57 P_68.
      Grantor: Archibald Campbell
      Grantee: Nathaniel Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1833 Mar 25 B_57 P_304.
      Grantor: Archibald Campbell, dev of John Campbell, dec'd.
      Grantee: Thomas Fleetwood
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1833 Jul 13 B_58 P_68.
      Grantor: Elizabeth Campbell and James Campbell
      Grantee: Asa D. Camp
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1833 Nov 02 B_58 P_278.
      Grantor: Thomas Campbell, heir of Peter Campbell, dec'd
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1835 Mar 17 B__ P__.
      Grantor: John Campbell by Sheriff
      Grantee: Thomas Lee
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1835 Mar 21 B_60 P_247.
      Grantor: John Campbell by Sheriff
      Grantee: John Sharp
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1835 May 23 B_60 P_490.
      Grantor: John Campbell by Sheriff
      Grantee: Daniel Elmer
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1835 May 23 B_60 P_492
      Grantor: John Campbell by Sheriff
      Grantee: Daniel Elmer
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1836 Jul 23 B_62 P_160
      Grantor: David Campbell
      Grantee: James S. Bennett
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 Feb 25 B_63 P_202
      Grantor: Archibald Campbell dev of John Campbell, dec'd
      Grantee: John Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 Jul 27 B_63 P_598
      Grantor: William Campbell, dev of John Campbell, dec'd
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 Jul 27 B_63 P_599
      Grantor: John Campbell, dev of John Campbell, dec'd
      Grantee: William Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Jan 30 B_64 P_383
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Enoch Fithian
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Apr 04 B_64 P_541
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Isaac Newcomb, et al.
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18  no date B_64 P_599
      Grantor: Isaac Campbell by Shf
      Grantee: Isaiah Barnes
      Description: Land in no_location Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Aug 16 B_66 P_224
      Grantor: David Campbell by Shf
      Grantee: Israel Stratton
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Oct 18 B_66 P_369
      Grantor: David Campbell by Shf
      Grantee: Isaac Townsend
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Nov 21 B_66 P_459
      Grantor: David Campbell by Shf
      Grantee: John Vandiford
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Nov 21 B_66 P_462
      Grantor: David Campbell by Shf
      Grantee: William J. Chard
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Nov 21 B_66 P_465
      Grantor: David Campbell by Shf
      Grantee: George W. Nixon
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1838 Dec 17 B_66 P_556
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Benjamin Williams
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Mar 30 B_65 P_285
      Grantor: David Campbell Shf
      Grantee: Robert Westcott
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Mar 30 B_65 P_292
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: William Bevan, et al
      Description: Land in Deerfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Apr 19 B_65 P_345
      Grantor: David Campbell shf
      Grantee: Moses Bateman
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Apr 19 B_65 P_351
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Jonathan & William Tribbett
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Apr 30 B_65 P_377
      Grantor: Camden Bank, et al by David Campbell shf
      Grantee: John Vandiford
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Apr 30 B_65 P_379
      Grantor: Camden Bank, et al by David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Ethan Lore
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Apr 30 B_65 P_383
      Grantor: Camden Bank, et al by David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Benjamin Williams
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Apr 30 B_65 P_385
      Grantor: Camden Bank, et al by David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Petro Cambloss
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Apr 30 B_65 P_388
      Grantor: David Campbell Shf
      Grantee: William Riley & Samuel Harris
      Description: Land in Hopewell Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 May 09 B_65 P_404
      Grantor: David Campbell Shf
      Grantee: John Howell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Jun 14 B_65 P_510
      Grantor: David Campbell Shf
      Grantee: William arr?
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Dec 10 B_67 P_185
      Grantor: David Campbell Shf
      Grantee: Malachai Knisell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1840 Jan 14 B_67 P_277
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Mason Mulford
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1840 Feb 18 B_67 P_377
      Grantor: David Campbell, atty.
      Grantee: David Whitaker
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1840 Mar 03 B_67 P_429
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Isaac Townsend
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1840 Mar 12 B_67 P_467
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: William Charlesworth
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1840 Jul 08 B_68 P_137
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: John Getsinger
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1840 Dec 30 B_68 P_373
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Nathan S. Bateman
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 Jan 05 B_68 P_384
      Grantor: Archibald Campbell dev
      Grantee: Thomas Fleetwood
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 Apr 26 B_69 P_39
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: James N. Newell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 May 21 B_69 P_130
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Daniel Elmer
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 Jun 05 B_69 P_170
      Grantor: David Campbell, et al, comm.
      Grantee: Ephraim Harris
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 Oct 02 B_69 P_465
      Grantor: David Campbell, et al
      Grantee: Ephraim Smith
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1842 Mar 19 B_70 P_292
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Daniel Elmer
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1842 Jun 18 B_70 P_569
      Grantor: David Campbell et al
      Grantee: Zachariah Bateman
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1843 Apr 24 B_71 P_630
      Grantor: David Campbell et al
      Grantee: Ephraim Mulford
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1843 Jul 14 B_72 P_179
      Grantor: David Campbell, Shf
      Grantee: Isaac Townsend
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1845 Jul 25 B_74 P_498
      Grantor: George W. Campbell, et al by shf
      Grantee: Lewis Mulford
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1846 Feb 11 B_75 P_310
      Grantor: Sarah Campbell
      Grantee: Allen Sheppard
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1846 Mar 11 B_75 P_418
      Grantor: David Campbell et al commr
      Grantee: A. H. Robbinson
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1846 Apr 18 B_75 P_548
      Grantor: David Campbell et al commr
      Grantee: Joseph Butcher
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1846 May 04 B_75 P_582
      Grantor: David Campbell et al commr
      Grantee: William Watson
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 May 22 B_77 P_253
      Grantor: David Campbell, shf
      Grantee: Enoch & Robert J. Fithian
      Description: Land in Greenwich Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 Oct 13 B_77 P_506
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Jonathan Elmer, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 Dec 09 B_78 P_11
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: John Lawrence
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1848 Jan 04 B_78 P_60
      Grantor: David Campbell shf
      Grantee: William D. Kemble
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1848 Mar 18 B_78 P_326
      Grantor: David Campbell
      Grantee: Thomas & John R. Cheeseman
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1848 Sep 05 B_79 P_66
      Grantor: David Campbell
      Grantee: William Stratton, et al
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1848 Oct 23 B_79 P_122
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Thomas S. Everingham
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 May 07 B_80 P_50
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Nathan S. Bateman
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 May 10 B_80 P_68
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Abraham Riggins, Jr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 May 15 B_80 P_78
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Trust. Presby. Ch. Fairfield
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 Jun 14 B_80 P_144
      Grantor: Peter Campbell by heirs
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1850 Jul 06 B_81 P_422
      Grantor: David Campbell
      Grantee: Frederick Peterson
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1853 Apr 06 B_84 P_687
      Grantor: David Campbell
      Grantee: Ellis Hand, Jr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1853 May 11 B_85 P_16
      Grantor: William Campbell, et al, trustees
      Grantee: Thomas Fleetwood
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1854 Feb 09 B_85 P_591
      Grantor: Charles Campbell
      Grantee: Richard D. Carll
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1854 May 13 B_86 P_99
      Grantor: Charles Campbell
      Grantee: Horatio J. & Isaac W. Mulford
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1854 Dec 04 B_86 P_488
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Simon Carn
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Apr 21 B_87 P_299
      Grantor: David Campbell, atty
      Grantee: James Gandy
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 May 31 B_87 P_400
      Grantor: David Campbell, atty
      Grantee: Sheppard Robbins
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Jun 13 B_87 P_425
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18  no date B_88 P_62
      Grantor: David Campbell et al commr
      Grantee: William J. Chard
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Jan 18 B_88 P_288
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Theophilus Tomlinson
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Feb 27 B_88 P_414
      Grantor: Jacob B. Campbell
      Grantee: Charles Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Aug 25 B_89 P_174
      Grantor: Charles Campbell et al
      Grantee: Jeremiah Westcott
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Nov 19 B_89 P_411
      Grantor: John Campbell & Mary Campbell
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Mar 26 B_90 P_254
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Leonard Bateman
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 May 18 B_92 P_285
      Grantor: Charles Campbell
      Grantee: Trustees of 2nd Presb. Ch.
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Apr 20 B_93 P_647
      Grantor: John Campbell, Jr
      Grantee: John Campbell, Sr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Sep 10 B_94 P_306
      Grantor: Mary Campbell et al
      Grantee: Charles Gaskill
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Nov 08 B_94 P_471
      Grantor: Smith Campbell
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Nov 08 B_94 P_473
      Grantor: Archibald Campbell
      Grantee: Smith Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1860 Aug 17 B_96 P_230
      Grantor: Charles Campbell
      Grantee: Abigail Blake
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Jan 10 B_98 P_237
      Grantor: Harriet B. Campbell & Temperance Campbell, et al.
      Grantee: Charles T. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Jan 25 B__ P_
      Grantor: Archibald Campbell
      Grantee: Dayton Warfield
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Apr 12 B_98 P_550
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Luke West
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Aug 11 B_99 P_464
      Grantor: David Campbell, Admr
      Grantee: Daniel Garrison
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Dec 22 B_99 P_527
      Grantor: Charles D. Campbell & Harriet Campbell, Charles T. Campbell & Timothy Campbell, et al, heirs of David Campbell, dec'd, Catharine Campbell, widow.
      Grantee: James Powell, et al, & Trustees.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Feb 24 B_100 P_14
      Grantor: Charles D. Campbell & Harriet Campbell, Timothy Campbell, Catharine Campbell & Temperance Campbell, et al
      Grantee: Charles T. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Jan 24 B_100 P_17
      Grantor: Charles T. Campbell & Ann E. Campbell
      Grantee: Richard D. Orr & Clement Orr
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Jan 24 B_100 P_19
      Grantor: Charles T. Campbell & Ann E. Campbell
      Grantee: John L. A. Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Feb 20 B_100 P_147
      Grantor: Charles T. Campbell & Ann E. Campbell
      Grantee: Constant Peterson
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 May 12 B_100 P_460
      Grantor: Catharine Campbell, Timothy Campbell, Charles D. Campbell, Charles T. Campbell, et al
      Grantee: Furman Blizard
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 May 29 B_100 P_508
      Grantor: Thomas Campbell
      Grantee: Charles B. Dungan
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Jun 30 B_100 P_622
      Grantor: David Campbell by commr.
      Grantee: Nancy D. Lore
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Jul 22 B_101 P_4
      Grantor: David Campbell, by Commr.
      Grantee: Harriet Campbell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Dec 04 B_101 P_458
      Grantor: William Campbell & Deborah Campbell
      Grantee: G. S. Marts
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Dec 15 B_101 P_487
      Grantor: Charles T. Campbell, Ann E. Campbell
      Grantee: Furman Blizard
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1864 Feb 09 B_102 P_52
      Grantor: Timothy Campbell
      Grantee: Mary W. Messick
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1864 Feb 18 B_102 P_98
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18  no date B_107 P_619
      Grantor: Charles D. Campbell
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Feb 21 B_108 P_320
      Grantor: William Campbell by Commr.
      Grantee: George S. Marts
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Feb 21 B_108 P_321
      Grantor: William Campbell by Commr.
      Grantee: George S. Marts, et al.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Mar 06 B_108 P_436
      Grantor: William Campbell by Commr.
      Grantee: Jacob B. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Mar 06 B_108 P_437
      Grantor: Hannah A. Campbell & Jacob B. Campbell
      Grantee: Althea Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18  no date B_109 P_630
      Grantor: William Campbell, by Commr.
      Grantee: William J. Wilson
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Jun 27 B_110 P_99
      Grantor: William Campbell, by Commr.
      Grantee: Charles R. Shull
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Sep 19 B_110 P_593
      Grantor: Hannah A. Campbell & Jacob B. Campbell
      Grantee: Sylvia Sloan
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Sep 19 B_110 P_595
      Grantor: Hannah A. Campbell & Jacob B. Campbell
      Grantee: Sylvia Sloan
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Sep 19 B_110 P_597
      Grantor: Hannah A. Campbell & Jacob B. Campbell
      Grantee: Garner H. Sloan
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Nov 19 B_111 P_262
      Grantor: Timothy Campbell & Tempe R. Campbell
      Grantee: Thomas Fort
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Apr 26 B_113 P_129
      Grantor: William J. Campbell by Commr.
      Grantee: Sophia Sloan
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Jul 23 B_114 P_111
      Grantor: Carver Campbell
      Grantee: William H. Gardiner
      Description: Land in Landis Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Feb 11 B_116 P_285
      Grantor: Hannah A. Campbell & Jacob B. Campbell
      Grantee: John N. Shull
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Feb 18 B_116 P_329
      Grantor: Edmund Campbell
      Grantee: Harrison Stites
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Mar 07 B_117 P_25
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: Sarah P. Riley
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Jun 04 B_118 P_10
      Grantor: William Campbell
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Nov 20 B_119 P__170
      Grantor: Deborah A. Campbell, David M. Campbell
      Grantee: John Sharp
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Dec 30 B_119 P_418
      Grantor: Joseph S. Campbell & Margaret A. Campbell
      Grantee: John McHenry
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1826 Jan 21 B_47 P_13
      Grantor: David Garrison
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1826 Jan 21 B_47 P_15
      Grantor: Evie Tomlinson
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1826 Feb 27 B_47 P_141
      Grantor: Hamilton Moore, et al
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1826 Jul 07 B_47 P_506
      Grantor: Samuel Kemble
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1828 Mar 14 B_49 P_635
      Grantor: Joshua Brick
      Grantee: Joseph Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1829 Apr 11 B_51 P_329
      Grantor: Sarah Daniels
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1829 Apr 25 B_51 P_393
      Grantor: Thomas Gandy
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1830 May 24 B_53 P_402
      Grantor: John Johnston
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1830 Jun 01 B_53 P_430
      Grantor: Joshua Brick
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1833 Jan 03 B_57 P_13
      Grantor: Charles Howell
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1834 Feb 03 B_58 P_499
      Grantor: Harriett Burch
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1835 Feb 22 B_60 P_749
      Grantor: Hosea Husted
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1835 Nov 21 B_61 P_1?2
      Grantor: Thomas Fleetwood
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1835 Dec 25 B_61 P_204
      Grantor: Ephraim Westcott
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1836 Dec 10 B_62 P_520
      Grantor: Asa Gruff
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 Mar 28 B_63 P_318
      Grantor: Ebenezer Cropper
      Grantee: David Campbell, et al
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 Mar 28 B_63 P_319
      Grantor: James Diament
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 Jul 27 B_63 P_598
      Grantor: William Campbell
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1837 Jul 27 B_63 P_599
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: William Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Sep 05 B_67 P_32
      Grantor: Franklin Lawrence, et al
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Nov 29 B_67 P_162
      Grantor: Henry Reeves
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1839 Nov 29 B_67 P_164
      Grantor: Tien? Onley?
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Maurice River Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1840 May 30 B_68 P_66
      Grantor: James Williams
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 Apr 17 B_69 P_45
      Grantor: Abigail Vandiford
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in _ Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1841 Jul 02 B_69 P_228
      Grantor: Abigail Vandiford
      Grantee: David Campbell, et al
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1844 Dec 09 B_73 P_524
      Grantor: Horace Parvin
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1846 Apr 23 B_75 P_563
      Grantor: Joseph Butcher
      Grantee: David Campbell, et al
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1846 Oct 29 B_76 P_303
      Grantor: Clement J. Lee
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 Feb 09 B_76 P_522
      Grantor: Aaron & Elkanah ?
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 Feb 09 B_76 P_524
      Grantor: Sabrina Bateman
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 Feb 18 B_77 P_508
      Grantor: William D. Barrett
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 Dec 03 B_77 P_642
      Grantor: George Ayers
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1847 Dec 28 B_78 P_47
      Grantor: James Pashley
      Grantee: Edmund Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1848 Jul 07 B_78 P_624
      Grantor: Edward Burke
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1848 Dec 14 B_79 P_237
      Grantor: William Lore
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 Jan 27 B_79 P_374
      Grantor: Henry Crawford
      Grantee: Charles Campbell
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 May 10 B_80 P_68
      Grantor: Abraham Reeves, Jr.
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Deerfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 Jun 14 B_80 P_144
      Grantor: Henry Socwell, et ux
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1849 Jul 12 B_80 P_189
      Grantor: Daniel P. Roray, et al
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1850 Feb 27 B_80 P_689
      Grantor: William Bradford
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1850 Apr 25 B_81 P_222
      Grantor: Ephraim Holmes by heirs
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1851 Feb 20 B_82 P_276
      Grantor: John Lawrence, et al
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1852 Apr 12 B_83 P_476
      Grantor: James Howard
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1852 Jul 24 B_83 P_639
      Grantor: Daniel B. Thompson
      Grantee: Charles Campbell
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1852 Sep 07 B_84 P_75
      Grantor: William Garrison
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1853 Nov 29 B_84 P_254
      Grantor: Dallas Lore
      Grantee: Daniel Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1854 Apr 14 B_86 P_12
      Grantor: Charles E. Elmer
      Grantee: Charles Campbell
      Description: Land in Bridgeton Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1854 Dec 06 B_86 P_495
      Grantor: Jacob Dailey
      Grantee: Jacob Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Jan 15 B_87 P_17
      Grantor: Joseph Lore
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Apr 17 B_87 P_282
      Grantor: Nathaniel Bateman, et ux
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Jun 13 B_87 P_425
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Nov 27 B_88 P_103
      Grantor: William Pogue
      Grantee: Jacob B. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Dec 04 B_88 P_146
      Grantor: Joseph Lore
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1855 Dec 04 B_88 P_148
      Grantor: Charlotte Page
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Feb 27 B_88 P_414
      Grantor: Jacob B. Campbell
      Grantee: Charles Campbell
      Description: Land in ? Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1856 Nov 19 B_89 P_511
      Grantor: John Campbell
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Jan 29 B_89 P_637
      Grantor: B. J. &
      Grantee: Jane Merline
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Apr 25 B_90 P_366
      Grantor: Gideon Burt, et al
      Grantee: David Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 Feb 23 B_91 P_557
      Grantor: Harvey Shaw
      Grantee: William Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1858 Jun 10 B_92 P_325
      Grantor: Harvey Shaw
      Grantee: David Campbell, et al assignees
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Apr 07 B_93 P_572
      Grantor: David Campbell
      Grantee: Timothy Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1859 Apr 20 B_93 P_647
      Grantor: John Campbell, Jr.
      Grantee: John Campbell, Sr.
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1860 Aug 16 B_96 P_226
      Grantor: Nathaniel Stratton, Exr.
      Grantee: Thomas Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Jan 10 B_98 P_237
      Grantor: Charles D. Campbell, et al
      Grantee: Charles T. Campbell
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Feb 17 B_98 P_354
      Grantor: Luke West
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1862 Feb 26 B_98 P_393
      Grantor: Gideon Burt
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Jan 24 B_14 P
      Grantor: Charles D. Campbell,_et_al
      Grantee: Charles T. Campbell
      Description: Land in 100 Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Jan 24 B_100 P_15
      Grantor: Joseph Downham, et al
      Grantee: Charles T. Campbell
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Apr 04 B_100 P_330
      Grantor: Joseph Hines
      Grantee: Isaac Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 May 12 B_461 P
      Grantor: James Howell,_et_al_commr
      Grantee: Timothy Campbell
      Description: Land in 100 Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 May 12 B_463 P
      Grantor: James Howell,_et_al_commr
      Grantee: Charles T. Campbell
      Description: Land in 100 Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1863 Jul 22 B_101 P_4
      Grantor: James Howell, et al commr.
      Grantee: Harriet Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1864 Feb 18 B_102 P_98
      Grantor: James Campbell
      Grantee: James Campbell, Jr.
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1864 Feb 22 B_102 P_128
      Grantor: Ephraim W. Conner, et al
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1864 Mar 31 B_102 P_374
      Grantor: William Pogue
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1864 Apr 01 B_102 P_390
      Grantor: Charles K. Landis
      Grantee: Phoebe T. W. Campbell
      Description: Land in Vineland Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1865 Jan 16 B_104 P_403
      Grantor: Hannah S. Whitecar, et al
      Grantee: Smith Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1865 Aug 02 B_106 P_301
      Grantor: Charles K. Landis
      Grantee: Robert E. Campbell
      Description: Land in Landis Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1865 Nov 27 B_107 P_388
      Grantor: Joseph C. Gibson
      Grantee: Elias Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1865 Nov 27 B_107 P_390
      Grantor: Joseph C. Gibson
      Grantee: Elias Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec.   18  no date B_107 P_619
      Grantor: Charles D. Campbell
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Feb 24 B_108 P_327
      Grantor: Jeremiah Thompson
      Grantee: Smith Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Feb 24 B_108 P_329
      Grantor: John H. Westcott
      Grantee: Smith Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Mar 06 B_108 P_436
      Grantor: James Howell, et al commr
      Grantee: Jacob B. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Mar 06 B_108 P_437
      Grantor: Jacob B. Campbell, et ux
      Grantee: Althea Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Jun 11 B_110 P_4
      Grantor: Charles K. Landis
      Grantee: Carver Campbell
      Description: Land in Landis Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1866 Nov 26 B_111 P_285
      Grantor: James, et al commr
      Grantee: Edmund Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Mar 26 B_112 P_275
      Grantor: John W. Harris
      Grantee: Smith Campbell
      Description: Land in none Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Apr 01 B_112 P_350
      Grantor: James A. Stoddart
      Grantee: Orin L. Campbell & Mary E. Campbell, et al
      Description: Land in Landis Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Apr 01 B_112 P_352
      Grantor: James A. Haight
      Grantee: Mary E. Campbell
      Description: Land in Landis Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1867 Apr 01 B_112 P_355
      Grantor: Shelomith Lee?
      Grantee: Orrin L. Campbell
      Description: Land in Landis Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Mar 31 B_117 P_141
      Grantor: Charles Ladow, et ux
      Grantee: Charles D. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 May 11 B_117 P_513
      Grantor: Jacob & Rebecca Bethel
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Jun 04 B_118 P_10
      Grantor: William Campbell
      Grantee: John Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Oct 21 B_119 P_39
      Grantor: Mahlon Orr
      Grantee: Edmund Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Nov 20 B_119 P_164
      Grantor: William S. Garrison, et ux
      Grantee: David M. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1868 Nov 30 B_119 P_416
      Grantor: Asbury Chester
      Grantee: Margaret A. Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1870 Jan 22 B_123 P_577
      Grantor: Peter Cambloss
      Grantee: Aaron Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1870 Feb 21 B_124 P_175
      Grantor: James Howell, et al, commr
      Grantee: Daniel B. Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1870 May 03 B_125 P_227
      Grantor: Elias Campbell
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1870 Jul 02 B_126 P_69
      Grantor: John F. Franz
      Grantee: Alfred M. Campbell
      Description: Land in Fairfield Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Apr 22 B_128 P_488
      Grantor: Henry V. Garton, et ux
      Grantee: Thomas Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 May 22 B_129 P_13
      Grantor: Richard W. Robbins
      Grantee: James Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 May 22 B_129 P_15
      Grantor: Richard W. Robbins
      Grantee: Archibald Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Jun 09 B_129 P_104
      Grantor: James M. Torrance
      Grantee: John B. Campbell
      Description: Land in Millville Twp.

   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1871 Aug 05 B_129 P_369
      Grantor: Samuel Blizzard
      Grantee: Henry Campbell
      Description: Land in Downe Twp.


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_ Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Thornton _. PA_PCW B_3 P_31

James Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Susanna
   wm 1809 Jun 29 PA_PCW B_3 P_130.
      James Campbell
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk3.txt

James Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Isabella
   n. wm 1818 Mar 07 PA_PCW B_6d P_630.
      Jacob Lawrence.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk6d.txt
      1819 Jan 26


Andreew Campbell _
   bm 1786
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R172 P     L40  210/210
      IN, Scott Co., Lexington
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Andrew Campbell            64M                            NJ
 Catharine Campbell         57F                            IRE
 John Heck                  13M                            IL


William Cammpbell _
   bm 1809
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R12  P    L14 121/1210.
      IN, dECATUR cO., jACKSON
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Campbdll           41M                            PA
 Elizabeth Campbell         68F                            NJ
 Hannah /Rogers             43F                            PA
 .
 .
 v.
 Alexander Campbell         27M                            PA



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   n. NARA Rev Rec from http://www.ccsna.org/forums/genealogy/messages/1137.html
      NJ

Andrew Campbell _
   n. Andrew, S34161, NY Line, appl 3 Apr 1818 Burlington Co., NJ, in 1820 sol
      was aged 73 a res of Burlington NJ with a wife Sarah aged 64 & a daughter
      Prudence aged 20

George Campbell _
   n. George, BLW #8199-100 l1 Jun 1789 assignee Matthias Denman, srv as a Pvt
      in the NJ Line

John Campbell _
   bm 1756 ___ __ in NY City NY
   n. Lived in NY and enlisted in the Rev.
   mf 1787 Sep 09 Catharine _ _ at Pompton or Paramus in Bergen Co., NJ.
   n. NARA_CCSNA..
   n. John, Catharmne, W20834, BLW #30698-160-55, NJ & NY Line. NARA_CCSNA.
   n. moved to Bergen Co., NJ also enl there.
   n. 1832 Mar 29 applied for pension New York City NY,
   dm 1836 Nov 05 in NY City.
   n. 1839 May 24  wid appl New York City NY aged 68.
   n. In 1832 sol referred to a daughter & to a grandchild & in 1843 a daughter
      is mentioned (but none named)
   dm 1856 Oct 09
   n. Moved to Bergen Co., NJ
 with Catharine
   John _
   b17880609

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Spencer Campbell _
   bm 1756 Jul 29
   n. NARA_CCSNA.
   mf 1778 Oct __ Sarah Willet _ at South River. or Dec.
   bf 1761 Jan 11 to
   n. Spencer, Sarah Reynolds former wid, R8718, NJ Line. NARA_CCSNA.
      He lived at South River NJ or East Jersey, NJ.  when he enlisted.
   dm 1794 Jan 26
   mm 1798 Dec __ William Reynolds _
   bm 1765 Aug 29
   n. wid's children were; name illegible b 1799 Sep 03, Spencer b 1801 Oct 15
      Jedediah Reynolds b in 1804.
   dm 1839 Jun 19 at New Hudson NY.
   n. 1844 Jul 14 widow applied for pension while residing in New Hudson,
      Allegany Co., NY aged 83.
 with Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.
   Elizabeth _    _ _            Martha _       James _        David _
   b17791211      b178720224     b17920129      b17861005      b17890224
   William _      Anna _
   b17920129      b17940922

Elizabeth Campbell _
   bf 1779 Dec 11 to Spencer Campbell _ et ux Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.
   df 1782 Feb 22

_ Campbell _
   b. 1787 Feb 24 to Spencer Campbell _ et ux Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.
   df 1840 May 19?  Sally Ann Campbell?

Martha Campbell _
   bf 1792 Jan 29 to Spencer Campbell _ et ux Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.

James Campbell _
   bm 1786 Oct 05 to Spencer Campbell _ et ux Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.

David Campbell _
   bm 1789 Feb 24 to Spencer Campbell _ et ux Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.

David Campbell _
   bm 1789  NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Louis
   bf 1790 NY
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R692 P_  L15  75/75
      OH, Hancock, Allen
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Campbell             61M                            NJ
 Louis Campbell             60F                            NY

William H. Campbell _
   bm 1792 Jan 29 to Spencer Campbell _ et ux Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.
   n. 1855 signed p. o. a. in Crawford Co., PA at 53Y.  NARA_CCSNA.

Anna Campbell _
   bf 1794 Sep 22 to Spencer Campbell _ et ux Sarah (nee Willet _) Campbell.

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William Campbell _
   bm 1853
   mf
   bf 1864
   n. William, S35826, BLW #1754-100, Cont Line (NJ). Enlisted in Germantown NJ
      1818 Jul 13  Ohio Co., KY aged 65 applied for pension.
      1831 May 16 appied for BLW in Ohio Co., KY.
      1820 wife aged 56 or 57 daughters aged 18, 15 & 10.
 with

   b1802          b1805          b1810

William Campbell _
   bm 1765
   n. William, S967, NJ Line. \
      1832 Jul 31 Monmouth Co.,y NJ aged 67
      lived enlisted in Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ.

William Campbell _
   n. William, S9126, NJ Line.
      1821 Feb 11 applied for transfer to Nicholas Co., KY,
      1794 Mar/Apr 20 received a pension certificate at Philadelphia PA
      for disability received in service.

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Joseph Campbell _
   mf 1720 May 15 Margaret MacAdoe _.  DE_KCMR 1645-1899.


Joseph E. Campbell_
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary E.
 with Mary E
   Charles H _
   bm 1860 to Joseph E. Campbell _ et ux Mary E. in Phila
   dm 1877 Apr 28 at 17Y in Camden, Camden Co., NJ.
      FS.O B06652-9

William Campbell _
   bm 1781 NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Nancy
   b f 1780
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R603 P_   L39 153/153.
      NY, Sullivan Co., Lumberland
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Campbell           69M                            NJ
 Nancy Campbell             70F                            NJ
 Isaac Baldwin              40M                            NY

   n. Begin monoline

   n. 2006/05/14 12:23:11 Sun 134 1147627391
      Campbell_DE1800_monoline

John Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P153.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /00 00 00 00 01/02 01 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

James Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P168.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 James Campbell          /01 01 01 00 01/02 02 01 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Thomas Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P178.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Campbell         /01 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

David Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P183.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 David Campbell          /03 00 00 01 00/02 00 01 02 00/01 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

James Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P183.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 James Campbell          /00 00 00 00 01/00 00 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW

Margaret Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P183.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Margaret Campbell       /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 01/01 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P163 L4.
      DE, New Castle Co. Christiana Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Margaret Campbell       /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 01/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 45-$_FW

Samuel Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P184.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Campbell         /00 00 01 00 00/01 00 01 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P166 L14.
      DE, New Castle Co. Christiana Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Samuel Campbell         /03 01 01 02 00/03 00 01 02 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P162 L16.
      DE, New Castle Co., Mill_Creek Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Campbell          /0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW


H. Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P207.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 H. Campbell    -N-      /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/80 00_____________

_ Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P211.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Campbell & Ross         /01 01 00 01 01/02 00 02 00 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Neil Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P218.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Neil Campbell           /00 00 01 01 00/02 01 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P179 L10.
      DE, New Castle Co. Newcastle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Ned Campbell            /00 00 01 00 01/00 01 01 01 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P223.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /01 00 00 01 00/02 01 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Betsey Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P238.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Betsey Campbell         /00 02 00 00 00/00 01 00 00 01/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P250.
      DE, New Castle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /02 00 01 01 00/01 02 01 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P292.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Cambell            /00 01 02 01 01/00 01 01 01 01/09 00_____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW

Ann Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P394.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Ann Campell             /00 00 01 00 00/00 00 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW

Eli Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P394.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Eli Campell             /00 00 01 01 00/02 00 01 00 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P282 L14.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Eli Campbell            /02 01 00 00 01 00/01 00 01 01 00/2 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Eli Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P282 L35.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Eli Campbell            /02 00 00 00 01 00/03 02 02 00 01/1 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Eli Campbell _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R13 P76 L13.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Eli Campbell             /0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P482 L2.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd. -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Eli Campbell             /0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

Eli Campbell _
   bm 180_
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P284 L6.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Eli Campbell            /01 00 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/1 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R13 P75 L2.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Eli Cambell              /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   wm Campbell, Eli 1916-1917   Sussex County  DPR

Eli Campbell _
   bm 179_
   mf
   bf 179_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P479 L2.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.  -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Eli Campbell             /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P394.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campell            /02 02 00 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW

William Campbell _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 Index P22   R4 P394.
      DE, Sussex Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Campell         /02 01 00 01 00/02 01 00 01 00/00 00_____________
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW


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C. Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P119 L14.
      DE, Kent Co. St. Jones Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 C. Cambell              /00 00 00 01 00/03 01 01 00 00/3 0
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Joseph Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P130 L18.
      DE, New Castle Co. Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Joseph Campbell         /01 00 00 00 01/00 00 01 00 01/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P194B L5.
      DE, New Castle Co. Wilmington Hnd.    01
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Campbell         /00 01 00 00 00 01/01 00 00 01 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Mary Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P130 L17.
      DE, New Castle Co. Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Mary Campbell           /00 00 00 00 00/00 01 00 00 01/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW

Robert Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P140 L18.
      DE, New Castle Co. Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Robert Campbell         /01 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW

John Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P147 L1.
      DE, New Castle Co. Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /04 00 00 01 00/01 00 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P147 L26.
      DE, New Castle Co. Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /03 01 01 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/1 _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW

Sarah Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P162 L17.
      DE, New Castle Co. Christiana Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Sarah Campbell          /01 00 00 00 00/01 00 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P173 L13.
      DE, New Castle Co. Newcastle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /02 00 00 01 00/00 01 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW

Henry Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P178 L19.
      DE, New Castle Co. Newcastle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Henry Campbell          /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______

Colin Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P197 L2.
      DE, New Castle Co. Bran Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Collin Campbell         /02 00 01 01 00/02 00 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P236 L7.
      DE, New Castle Co. Whit Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 John Campble            /04 01 00 02 00/00 02 00 00 01/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P102A L18.
      DE, New Castle Co. Whit Hnd.   03
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /01 01 01 02 01 01/00 00 01 00 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P58 L11.
      DE, New Castle Co., White_Clay_Creek Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campble             /0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P271 L.
      DE, New Castle Co., White_Clay_Creek Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Camble              /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Frank Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P380 L7.
      DE, Sussex Co. Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Francis Cambell         /00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/5 _ _ _ _      _______
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R13 P10 L15.
      DE, Sussex Co., Cedar Creek Hnd. FC 120010 010110
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Frankk Campbell -Negro-  /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

John S. Campbell _
   bm 1785      S. for Strztton? rwc20110913
   n. S =? M..
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P380 L20.
      DE, Sussex Co. Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 John S. Campbell        /00 00 02 00 01/00 01 00 00 00/1 8 1 12       _______
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R P338 L21.
      DE, Cedar Creek Co. 4 Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /01 00 01 01 01 00/04 01 01 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 (John)___________________ 26-44MW
 (Mary)___________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index missed  R13 P10 L19.
      DE, Sussex Co., Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell check      /0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)___________________ 50-59FW
 (Mary)___________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 (Catherine)______________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Susan J.)_______________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P396 L1.
      DE, Sussex Co., Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)___________________ 50-59MW
 (Mary)___________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 (Mary)___________________ 20-29FW
 (Catherine)______________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 (Susan J.)_______________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P73A L2 1061/1061.
      DE, Sussex Co., Cedar Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 06, John H. Ellegood, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Camel                 65M Farmer                12000DE,SussC
 Mary    "                  62F                            DE,SussC
 Mary    "                  35F                            DE,SussC
 Catharine "                34F                            DE,SussC
 Susan J. "                 27F                            DE,SussC
 Elizabeth  "               24F                            DE,SussC
 Charlotte "                20F                            DE,SussC
 Mary C. Buchanan            9F                            DE,SussC
 Adna C. "                   7F                            DE,SussC
 George Fowler              20M Labourer                   DE,SussC
 Theophilus Richarrds       22MB                           DE,SussC
 Richard Mideap             19MB                           DE,SussC
 Maru James                 12FB                           DE,SussC

Robert Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P381 L2.
      DE, Sussex Co. Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S      L Y G M C
 Robert Campbell         /01 00 01 01 00/02 00 01 01 00/11 0 2 300 100  ______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P338 L20.
      DE, Sussex Co. Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Robert Campbell         /03 01 01 01 00 01/01 02 01 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   bm 1815
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P10   R55 P72B L8   1056/1056
      DE, Sussex Co., Cedar Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, John H. Ellegood, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Robert Campbell            35M Farmer                  500
 Eliza                      33F
 Mary                        4F
 Robert                      3M
 William Carpenter          19M Labourer
 Mary I. Nayder             16F
 Nehemiah Manton             6MB

Andrew Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P392 L12.
      DE, Sussex Co. Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 And Campbell            /01 00 01 00 00/00 01 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW

Jacob Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P423 L9.
      DE, Sussex Co. No_Twp_L Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Jacob Cammell           /01 02 00 00 01/01 02 02 00 01/0 0 _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P338 L  .
      DE, Sussex Co. Cedar Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jacob Cammel            /00 00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R13 P8 L_.
      DE, Sussex Co., Cedar Creek Hnd. FC 100010 020110
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob Campbell -Negro-   /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/


Solomon Campbell _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 Index P4   R4 P474 L19.
      DE, Sussex Co. No_Twp_L Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S     L Y G M C
 Solomon Campbell        /01 00 00 01 00/00 00 00 00 00/_ _ _ _ _      _______
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW

olomon Campbell _
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R6   P62 535
      NJ, CAmden, Camden City,  South Ward.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Solomon Campbell           62M                            NJ
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Thomas Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P22A L16.
      DE, Kent Co. Murderkill Hnd.   04
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Cambell          /00 02 01 01 00 01/01 01 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Cornelius Campbell _
   mf 1764 May 05 Rachel White _ NJ_SCGD P38

Cornelius Campbell _
   bm 1786 in NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R530 P     L23   513/613
      NJ, Konroe Co., Rochester, Wd 3.sp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 22, F. Devereux, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Cornelius Campbell         64M                            NJ
 Catharine Cammpbell        53F                            NY
 Cornelius Campbell         16                             NY
 Geo. W. Campbell           10M                            NY
 Sarah L. Campbell          14F                            NY


Cornelius Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P36B L20.
      DE, Kent Co. St. Jones Hnd.   02
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Cornelius Campbell      /03 00 00 00 01 00/02 01 01 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Cornelius Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P9 L16.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Cornelius Campbell       /3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P130 L1.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Cornelius Campbell       /2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   wm Campbell, Cornelius 1826-1836   New Castle County DPR

Maurice Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P117B L21.
      DE, New Castle Co. Christiana Hnd.  01
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Morriss Camble          /01 00 00 00 00 01/00 01 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P111 L10.
      DE, New Castle Co., Brandywine Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Maurice Campbell         /1 1 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca _ _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P117B L17.
      DE, New Castle Co. Christiana Hnd.  02
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Rebecca Camble          /00 02 02 00 00 00/01 02 01 02 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Honour Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P118B L9.
      DE, New Castle Co. Christiana Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Honour Camble           /02 02 00 00 00 00/01 00 00 01 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P118A L5.
      DE, New Castle Co. Christiana Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Margaret Camble         /00 00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane _ _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P127B L4.
      DE, New Castle Co. Mill_Creek Hnd.   02
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jane Camble             /01 00 00 00 00 00/02 01 01 01 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P130A L18.
      DE, New Castle Co. Mill_Creek Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Mary Camble             /00 00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P161 L10.
      DE, New Castle Co., Mill_Creek Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Mary Campbell            /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P138B L12.
      DE, New Castle Co. Newcastle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Hannah Camble           /00 00 00 00 00 00/00 00 00 00 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P164 L27.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.   030000 000100
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Hannah Campbell          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P145A L11.
      DE, New Castle Co. Newcastle Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Sarah Camble            /00 00 00 00 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 16-25FW

David Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P178B L21.
      DE, New Castle Co. Brandywine Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 David Campbell          /00 00 00 00 01 00/02 00 01 00 00/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

David Campbell _
   bm 1814
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P44 L12.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campbell           /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P361 L29 642/670.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Campbell             36M Farmer                 2000DE
 Rebecca                    26F                            DE
 Amos                        6M                            DE       S
 Hope                        2F                            DE
 Samuel                     7mF                            DE
 Rebecca                    77F                            DE
 Elizabeth                  39F                            DE
 Asceneth                   35F                            DE
 Parmenos                    7M                            DE       S


John Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P282 L37.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Campbell           /00 00 01 01 00 01/00 02 01 01 01/3 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-17MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW

Merrill Campbell _
   bm 1790
   mf
   bf 178_
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P282 L21.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Merrel Campbell         /02 01 00 01 01 00/01 00 00 01 00/3 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R13 P73 L18.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Merel Cambell            /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P480 L16.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.   -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Merril Campbell          /1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P132B L25 301/301.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 29, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Merrell Campbell           60M Farmer                  500DE        I
 Catharine    "             48F                            DE
 Dolly    "                 37F                            DE
 Mary A. E.                  9F                            DE
   wm Campbell, Merril 1850-1851   Sussex County  DPR

William Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index missed  R4 P284 L22.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Campbell, Sr.   /00 01 00 02 00 01/00 01 01 00 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW

William Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P282 L15.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Campbell        /02 00 00 01 00 00/02 01 01 00 00/1 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW

Nancy Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P284 L6.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nancy Campbell          /00 00 00 00 01 00/00 00 00 00 01/_ _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44MW

Robert Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P284 L11.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Robert Campbell         /03 00 00 00 01 00/01 01 00 01 00/1 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R13 P76 L_.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Campbell          /2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04M
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P482 L5.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.  -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Campbell          /2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Samuel Campbell _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P4  R4 P284 L28.
      DE, Sussex Co. Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Campbell         /01 00 00 01 00 00/00 00 01 00 00/1 _ _ _ _  ________
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW


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_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P15 L1.
      DE, New Castle Co., Appoquinimink Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Campbell           /0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

Thomas Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P31 L8.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Campbell          /1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

William Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P38 L19.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

John Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P42 L7.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW


James Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P44 L11.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

James Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P47 L2.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca _ _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P47 L3.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Rebecca Campbell         /1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P121 L23.
      DE, New Castle Co., New_Castle Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Campbell           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hester _ _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P179 L23.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Hestor Campble           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P179 L21.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campble             /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P163 L16.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.    -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW


James Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R13 P76 L14.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4 (says Jr.) R13 P76 L18.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell, Sr.       /0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


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John W. Campbell _
   bm 1808
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P87 L2.
      DE, Kent Co., Murderkill Hnd.    -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P27B L2 381/388.
      DE, Kent Co., Duck_Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 07, _ Collins, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John W. Campbell           42M H. Carpenter               DE
 Elizabeth "                18F                            DE
 M????a    "                 6F                            DE       S
 Ann E.    "                 5F                            DE
 ????? A.                   11F                            DE       S

William Campbell _
   bm 1811
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P163 L6.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.    -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Willaim Campbell         /0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P26B L359/375.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 2?, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Campell            39M Lab                        DE
 Jane                       28F                             "
 James                       2M                             "
 Rachel B. Chambers         20F                             "

Daniel Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P164 L21.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.  201000 001000
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Campbell          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Peter Campbell _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P180 L21.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.   -0-   -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Campbell           /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Joseph Campbell _
   bm 1810
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah A.
   bf 1810
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P193 L27.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.   -0-   -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Campbell          /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P63B L2 903/933.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 06, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Campell             40M Shoe maker                 DE
 Sarah A.                   40F                            NJ
 Mary                       11F                            DE       S
 Charlotta                  11F                            DE       S
 Catherine                   4F                            DE
 George W.                   1M                            DE
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R    P129 L   1006
      NJ, Camden Co., Winslow Twsp.
      DE,

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Joseph Campbell               60M                                              DE
 Sarah Campbell                60F                                              NJ
 Charlottde Campbell           30F                                              DE
 Georged Campbell              21M                                              DE

 with Sarah A.
   Mary _         Charlotte _    Catharine _    Georg W _
   b              b              b              b              b

_ Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P213 L29.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.   -0-   -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Campbell           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P221 L21.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW

James Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P224 L22.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.  100000 -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 0 0 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P226 L1.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Rebecca Campbell         /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R33 P248 L13.
      DE, New Castle Co., New_Castle Hnd.   -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Cammel             /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW

Isaac Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P404 L4.
      DE, Sussex Co., Cedar Creek Hnd  001000  001010
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Campbell -Negro-   /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

James Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P481 L3.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.  -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704  Index P4  R34 P481 L5.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.  -0- -0-
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


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John O. Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P57A,B L2 40/40.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, _ Collins, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 .
 .
 John Moore                 24M Constable                  DE
 John O. Campbell            7M                            DE       S

Elnora Campbell _
   bf 1840
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P77A L12 326/329.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 25, W^m Collins, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas W. Wilson           31M Farmer                 6000MD
 Sophia     "               29F                            DE
 Anna       "                1F                            DE
 Edward Goldsmith           10M                            DE
 Elnora Campbell            10F                            DE
 Mary Knight                22F                            IRE
 Daniel Harris              20MB                           DE        I
 Walker Harris              12MB                           DE
 John Richarrds             22MB                           DE

Francis Campbell _
   bm 1837
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P81A L22 387/390.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Boggs                35M Farmer                     DE
 Elizabeth Boggs            32F                            DE
 Rebecca Boggs              10F                            DE       S
 James  "                    6M                            DE       S
 Margaret  "                3mF                            DE
 Francis Campbell           13M                            DE       S

James Campbell _
   bm 1808
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P162A L9 1156/1157.
      DE, Kent Co., Dover Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ __Barr, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Sarah Barber               42F                                      I
 James Cambell               6M                                     S

Jelep Campbell _
   bm 1818
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P5B L28 67/73.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jelep Campell              32M Lab                        IRE
 Ann T.                     28F                            NH
 John L.                     5M                            DE       S
 Ellen                       3F                            DE
 Hugh J.                    3mM                            DE
   n. 1850 Felex?

William H. Campbell _
   bm 1815
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P8B L21 111/117.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 12, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William H. Campell         35M Lawyer                  700DE
 Mary                       33F                            MD
 George                     10M                            DE       S
 Sarah E.                    7F                            MD       S
 Homas W.                    5M                            DE       S
 Edward D.                   3M                            DE
 Mary J. H.                 8mF                            DE
 Mary Stewart               22F                            DE
 Mary Pervis                19F                            IRE


Charles Campbell _
   bm 1829
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel H. _ _
   bf 1832
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P14A L39 172/187.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 13, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Hemmett             56M Wheelright                 NJ
 Rebecca                    49F                            NJ
 Edmond                     25M Blacksmith                 NJ
 Emeline                    22F                            NJ
 Thadius                    20M Tanner                     NJ
 Thomas                     18M Tailor                     NJ
 Rebecca                    15F                            NJ
 Charles                    17M Clerk                      NJ
 Dennis McGuire             19M Blacksmith                 NJ
 Charles Campell            21M Shoe Maker                 NJ
 Rachel                     18F                            NJ
 Alfred                     9mM                            NJ
 Jane Wright                10FB
   df 1898 Oct 22 at 76 widowed white female in Wilmington, DE bf 1822 in NJ and
      interred 1898 Oct 26 in Mendhan, NJ.
      FS.O DFN 42524845.  Rachel H. Campbel.

Charles Campbell _
   bm 1830
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann E.
   bf 1829
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R      P68 553
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Downe Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Charles Campbell           30M                            NJ
 Ann E. Campbell            29F                            NJ
 Martha Campbell             9F                            NJ
 Marey F. Campbell           4F                            NJ

Mary Campbell _
   bf 1842
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P24A L17 319/336.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 16, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Harris Wells               32M Butcher                    PA
 Mahala                     28F                             "
 Sophia                      2F                            DE
 Mary Campell                8F                            DE
 Mary Graves                18F                            VA

Ellen Campbell _
   bf 1841
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P27B L21 374/390.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 18, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John McClung               56M Merchant               8000DE
 Rebecca                    60F                        5000DE
 Margaret                   34F                            DE
 Elizabeth                  45F                            DE
 John B.                     2M                            DE
 Marget Heald               22F                            PA
 Samuel McDowell            18M Clerk                      PA
 Elizabeth Wallace          33F                            DE
 Isaac Becking              15M                            PA
 Ellen Campell               9F                            PA       S
 Mary McCofferty            16F                            DE

Patrick Campbell _
   bm 1815
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P29A L7 390/407.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 19, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Patric Campell             35M Merchant                   IRE
 Catherine                  28F                            DE
 Peter Johnson              57M Gent                   6000IRE
 Catherine Fleming          20F                             "
 Susan McBride              20F                            NJ
 Ann Johnson                18F                            DE

John Campbell _
   bm 1815
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P32A L21 435/448.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 19, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Milton Stamp               35M Hotel Keeper               PA
 Sarah                      30F                            PA
 John Campell               35M Butcher                    DE
 Mary McCasalby             25F                            IRE
 Mary Downey                23F                             "
 Thomas Layton              38M Gent                       MD
 Allen J. Linmore           30M Bar Keeper                 PA
 John White                 22M Currier                    NY
 Spence Carter              34M Lab                        MD

_ Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   bf 1780
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P4  R12 P28 L13.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elizabeth Campbell       /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P42A L23 586/613.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 25, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Dr. A? Chamberlain         58M Physician                  DE
 Grace                      50F                            DE
 Hannah                     26F                            DE
 Mary E.                    17F                            DE       S
 Margaretta                 16M                            DE       S
 Martha                     14F                            DE       S
 Clara                      10F                            DE       S
 Betsey Campell             70F                            DE
 Catherine Green            17FB                           DE

Samuel Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P55A L3 777/812 on P54B.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 02, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 .
 .
 Samuel Campell             22M Founder                    VA
 .
 .
 .
 .
 .
 .
 .
 .
 Samuel Green               12MB                           DE

Rebecca Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P58B L27 823/855.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd., Boarding House
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 03, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Wolleston           39M Carpenter              2500DE
 .
 .
 Rebecca Campell            52F                            DE
 Mary Jones                 35F                            DE
 Sarah Campell              20F                            DE
 John                       19M Machinist                  DE
 William Camen              19M   "                        DE
 .
 .
 .
 .
 .

John Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P68B L16 990/1020.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Campell               25M Brick Layer            1400MD
 Ellen                      26F                            MD
 William                     3M                            DE
 Sarah E.                    2F                            DE

Mary Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P68B L26 991/1021.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Hester Garingen            38F                            DE
 Joseph                     16M Machinist                  DE
 John A.                    14M                            DE
 Mary C.                    11F                            DE
 William                    07M                            DE
 Elizabeth                   3F                            DE
 Mary Campell               73F                            IRE
 Jane Smith                 83F                            PA
 Charles Betts              22M                            DE
 Eliza                      15F                            DE

John Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P79B L16 1160/1189.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 19, _  Bass, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David M. Canales           30M Carpenter                  IRE
 Ann                        28F                            IRE
 Thomas Atkinson            30F                            IRE
 John Campell               26M Lab                        IRE
 James Godparll?            28M Lab                        IRE
 Thomas Murry               18M Morocco Dog?               IRE

William Campbell _
   bm 1805
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P79B L30 1161/1190.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 19, Samuel Ball,Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Grubb                35M Shoe Maker                 DE
 Ann                        32F                            DE
 Mary E.                     5F                            DE
 Thomas J.                   4M                            DE
 Ellen                       2F                            DE
 Martha J.                   1F                            DE
 Elizabeth Evans            16F                            PA
 James Maharby?             20M Shoe Maker                 "
 Samuel Gels                45M                            PA
 Michel P. Kean?            35M Shoe Maker                 IRE
 Thomas Morgan              31M Shoe Maker                 PA
 William Campell            45M Sailor                     PA

Michael Campbell _
   bm 1770
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P107A L33 1557/1610.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 28, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jane McCullough            42F                            PA
 Telitha                    22F                            MD
 Mary                       20F                            MD
 David A.                   18M Tailor                     PA
 Phillip Martin             14M                            MD
 John P.                    12M                            PA
 Michel Campbell            80M Weaver                     IRE

George Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P108A L4 1569/1622.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ? ?, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Campell             25M Lab                        IRE
 Susan                      26F                             "
 James                       4M                             "
 Catherine                   2F                             "

Charles S. Campbell _
   bm 1825
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna
   bf 1823
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P111A L4 1609/1663.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 28, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles S. Campell         25M Sadler                 1000NJ
 Anna G.                    27F                            DE
 Charles H.                  2M                            DE
 Sarah S. Collins           53F                            DE
   n. Sarah's age covered by viewer debris.

Tempe Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P138  L10 2016/2077.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 04, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Alexander          33M Baker                      PA
 Sarah                      28F                            PA
 Tempe Campell              11FB                           DE

Amry Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P167 L    0/0.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Amry Campell

Catherine Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P167A L10 2392/2458.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd., Alms House of New Castle Co.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 .
 .
 Catherine Campell          25F                            IRE           Pauper
 .
 .

Elizabeth Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P167A L15 2392/2458.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd., Alms House of New Castle Co.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 .
 .
 Elizabeth Campell          22F                            Native        Pauper
 Mary Campell               6mF                            DE              "
 .
 .

Hannah Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P168A L33 0/0.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd., Alms House of New Castle Co.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 .
 .
 Hannah Campell             86FB                           Native
 .
 .

John Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P197B L22 172/176.
      DE, New Castle Co., Sain Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 26, __ __milton, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George W. Tou....          31M Farmer                     DE
 Elizabeth                  24F                            MD
 Sarah C.                    5F                            DE
 George W.                   4M                            DE
 Marion F.                   1F                            DE
 John Campbell              27M                            IRE
 Ebenezer Hu...             16F                            PA
 Mary I?. Turher            15F                            MD
 Perry Naylor               17MB                           DE

William Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P249  L21 9/9.
      DE, New Castle Co., Red  Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 15, Levi H. Clark, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Anthony Reybold            30M Farmer                18000MD
 Ann Reybold                32F                            NJ
 Charlotte Stewart          30F                            NJ
 Philip Reybold              2M                            NJ
 George Landware            20M Laboer                     FRA
 William Campwell           10M Laborer                    IRE

Ann Campbell _
   bf 1825
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P281B L38 98/98.
      DE, New Castle Co., New Castle Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 06, ....sonham, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Caldwell            58M Hotel Keeper           3000DE
 Rachel Caldwell            40F                            PA
 John S. Caldwell           25M none                       DE
 Mary Sheridan              20F                            IRE
 Ira D. Dilworth            54M Clerk of Bank?             DE
 W? D. Ochletree            34M Reeseder?                  DE
 Ann Cammill                25FM                           DE
 Henry Tile                 43MM                           DE

Sarah Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P286B L34 183/183.
      DE, New Castle Co., New Castle Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 07, .........ham, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Sarah Cammill              46F                         400DE
 Elisbeth Bates             54F                            DE

Catharine Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P288B L32 209/209.
      DE, New Castle Co., New Castle Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, __ ______ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Isaac H. Register          38M Hotel Keeper           7000DE
 Mary A. Register           31F                            DE
 .
 .
 .
 Catharien Cammill          45F                            IRE
 .
 .

John Campbell _
   bm 1836
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P294B L42 311/328.
      DE, New Castle Co., First Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 02, .... Talley,  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Bradford              40M Farmer                     PA
 Rebecca Bradford           31F                            PA
 John Bradford              18M                            PA
 William Bradford           15M                            PA       S
 Rebecca Bradford           13F                            NJ       S
 Ann Eliza Bradford         11F                            NJ       S
 Charles Bradford            9M                            DE       S
 Anna M. Bradford            7M                            DE       S
 George Bradford             4M                            DE       S
 Robert Bradford             3M                            DE
 Margaret Bradford          5mF                            DE
 John Campbell              14M                            PA       S

Charles Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P300 L    0/0.  9/5/8 NF.
      DE, New Castle Co., New Castle Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 __________________________---_-_____________________------________-_-___-------
 Charles Cammel

James Campbell _
   bm 1822 ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Emeline
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P303A L36 443/462.
      DE, New Castle Co., First Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, ... lley, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Campbell             28M                            DE
 Emeline Campbell           30F                            PA
 W^m R? Campbell             7M                            DE       S
 James M. Camobell           6M                            MD       S
 Joseph S. Campbell          1M                            MD
 Jacob Linderman            30M Laboure                    DE
 Isaac S. Elliot            30M Farmer                12000DE
   n. 1850 abode may be duplex with a sister Sarah and/or brother Benjamin
      Linderman.

Margaret B. Campbell _
   bf 1827
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P310A L24 541/563.
      DE, New Castle Co., First Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 14, Th.. Talley, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Elizabeth ??oo??           52F                        2000DE
 Margaret B. Campbell       23F                            DE
 Mary A. Campbell           20F                            DE
 William Reward?            17M none                       NJ

Mary A. Campbell _
   bm 1830 ___ __ to

George W. Campbell _
   bm 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P314B L12 601/625.
      DE, New Castle Co., First Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, .. Talley, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George W. Campbell         28M Paper Maker                PA
 James M. Connick           25M Labourer                   NJ
 Bridget Lynch              19F                            IRE
 Bridget McLaughlin         20F                             "

George Washington Campbell _
   bm 1769
   n. 1824 Three letters of introduction from 1824, when Benjamin Rush relocated
      to the city of New Orleans are preserved in this collection. One of these
      is to George Washington Campbell (1769-1848), former United States Senator
      and Secretary of the Treasury who was then living in Nashville.
      lib.udel.edu  Rush family papers.
   dm 1848

Franklin Campbell _
   bm 1849
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P317A L8 22/22.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 06, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 W^m Grarget?               29M Labourer                   DE
 Eliza                      29F                            DE
 Franklin Campbell           1M                            DE

Agnes Campbell _
   bf 1810
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P338B L31 341/346.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Mary A. Holland            50F                            FRA
 Evelina                    15F                            DE
 Agnes Campbell             40F                            IRE
 Francis Graham             25M                             "
 Thomas Wyland              30M Manufacturer                "

Jane Campbell _
   bf 1810
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P351B L8 500/512.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Gould               69M Farmer                 1000DE
 Samuel                     32M                            DE
 Mary                       30F                            DE
 Jane Campbell              40F                            DE
 Margaret ?ressley          11F                            DE
 Loress D. Carmel           20M                            DE
 Sam^l Gould                30M                            DE

Loressa D. Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P351B L8 500/512.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Gould               69M Farmer                 1000DE
 Samuel                     32M                            DE
 Mary                       30F                            DE
 Jane Campbell              40F                            DE
 Margaret ?ressley          11F                            DE
 Loress D. Carmel           20M                            DE
 Sam^l Gould                30M                            DE

James Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P353A L1 522/534.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Campbell             30M Farmer                 5000DE
 Enos Walter                 4M                            DE
 Nathan Brown               46M                            PA

Mary Campbell _
   bf 1794 ___ __
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P353B L36 533/557.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Michael McGarty            40M Laborer                    IRE       I
 Mary                       31F                            IRE
 John                       12M                            IRE      S
 Mary                        9F                            DE       S
 Margaret                    7F                            DE       S
 William                     5M                            DE
 James                       4F                            DE
 Ellen                      6mF                            DE
 Mary Campbell              56F                            IRE       I

Losezo Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R54 P354B L7 542/566.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 06, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John McCullough, Jr.       26M Carpenter                  DE
 Ann                        25F                            DE
 John, 3rd                   2M                            DE
 Losezo Campbell            20M Carpenter                  DE
 Henry Develany?            17M Carpenter                  DE

Elias Campbell _
   bm 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11  R53 P355B L40 147/150. Not found on R54.
      DE, New Castle Co., Mill_Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 12, Archibald Armstrong, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Eastborn?           47M Lime Burner           30000PA
 Susan    "                 34F                             "
 Franklin   "               13M                            DE       S
 Washington   "             12M                            DE       S
 Elizabeth   "               7F                            DE       S
 Joseph   "                  2M                             "
 Margaret Stinson           11F                            PA       S
 Minty McClain              55F                            DE
 Elias? Campbell            28M Quarry Man                 NJ

Elias Campbell _
   bm 1805 NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Christiana
   bf 1807
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R445 P      L1 228/230.
      NJ, Camden Co., Washington
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Eliasw Campbelln           45M                            NJ
 Christiana Campbell        43F                            NJ
 Abigail Cmpbell            17F                            NJ
 Rebecca Campbell           14F                            NJ
 David Campbedll            12M                            NJ
 Joseph Campbell            10M                            NJ
 Margaret Campbell           8F                            NJ
 Sarah Campbell              5F                            NJ
 Arfhibald Campbell          2M                            NJ
 Samuel Campbell             0M                            NJ



Williamm Campbell _
 with Maryt
   Edward Campbell _
   bm 1866 to William Campbell, Mary  in Camden
   dm 1869 Oct 29 at 3Y in  Camden, Burlingtohn Co., NJ
      FS.O B06574-0
   Mary Campbell
   bf 1858 to William Campbell, Mary  in Camden
   df 1869 Aug12 at 11Y in  Camden, Burlingtohn Co., NJ
      FS.O B006574-0
   William Campbell _
   bm 1862 to William Campbell, Mary  in Camden
   dm 1869 Aug 13 at 7Y  in  Camden, Burlingtohn Co., NJ
      FS.O B06574-0
   William H. Campbell
   bm 189 to Wiliam H. Campell ; Mary  Campell in Ewanville
   dm 1870 Aug 14 single malle t Ewanville, NJ
   FS.O B06574-2 MN FN as above.
   Lizazie Campbell
   bf 1866 to /William Campbell and Mary Campbell in Camden
    dm  1871 Apg 03 at 3Y in Cmden,m , Camden Co., NJ.
      FS.O B06576-0



Elias Campbell _
   bm 1857 Jul
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1852 Mar
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R77   V    E    Pp75A  12390
      NJ, Camden Co., Winslow Twsp.tlantic Co., Egg Harbor
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Elias Campbll                 M 29   Self       M  Laborer                                           NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary S. Campbell              F 29                                                                   NJ
 Mary C. Campbell              F  4                                                                   NJ


Ascenith Campbell _
   bf 1817
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P356B L24 575/601.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 07, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel Jackson             42M Farmer                 1500PA
 Anna M.                    11F                            PA
 Elizabeth B.                9F                            PA
 Susan W.                    7F                            PA
 Woodward Y.                 5M                            PA
 Ascenith Campbell          33F                            DE

Ellen Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P358  L25 592/618.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 10, O. D. Jester, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Evan Phillips              65M Farmer                 1800DE
 Eliza                      ?4F                            DE
 Phoebe                      3F                            DE
 Ewen N.                    9mF                            DE
 Ellen Campbell             36F                            IRE

Sarah Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P361  L38 643/671.
      DE, New Castle Co., Christiana Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Sarah Campbell

Neal Campbell _
   bm 1824
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P392B L31 277/277.
      DE, New Castle Co., Third Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Bayne              36M Shoemaker              1200PA
 Ann Bayne                  47F                            PA
 Margaret Wheeler           19F                            PA
 Samuel Bayne               14M                            PA       S
 Nathaniel Bayne             9M                            DE       S
 William D. Bayne            4M                            DE
 John Nall?                 51M Shoemaker                  DE
 Neal Campbell              26M Shoemaker                  OH
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R53 P45A L31 637/665.
      DE, New Castle Co., Wilmington Hnd., Boarding House.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul __, Samuel Ball, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Elizabeth Raspel           50F                         600IRE
 .
 .
 .
 Neal Campell               30M Shoe Maker                 IRE
 .
 John Raspel                20M Cabinet Maker              DE
 Elizabeth                  18F                            DE
 Caroline                   10F                            DE       S
 Thomas                      7M                            DE       S
 .
 .
 .


Eli Campbell _
   bm 1798
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   bf 1797
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P132B L20 300/300.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 29, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Eli Campbell               52M Laborer                 100DE
 Elizabeth   "              53F                            DE
 Eliza       "              24F                            DE
 Sarah       "              22F                            DE
 Mary        "              18F                            DE

Eli Campbell _
   bm 1761
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P133B L16 315/315.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 30, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Eli Campbell               79M Farmer                  200DE        I
 Sarah  "                   40F                            DE
 Slomen Rogers              23M Farmer                     DE
 Eli Campbell               18M   "                        DE
   wm Campbell, Eli 1854-1856   Sussex County  DPR

James Campbell _
   bm 1805
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P133B L20 316/316.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 30, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Campbell             45M Farmer                     DE
 Sarah   "                  41F                            DE
 Jane    "                  20F                            DE
 Henry    "                 16M Farmer                     DE       S
 Isabella  "                14F                            DE       S
 Mary A.   "                13F                            DE       S
 Emily     "                 9F                            DE       S
 Edward  "                   3M                            DE
 George W. "                 1M                            DE
 Shad Adams                 63M Farmer                  400DE

Lambert Campbell _
   bm 1820
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P138A L33 389/389.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 01, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Lambert Campbell           30M Farmer                  700DE
 Elizabeth                  30F                            DE        I
 Catharine                   7F                            DE
 Leander                     5M                            DE
 George                      4M                            DE
 Lemuel                      2M                            DE
 George                     33M Farmer                 1000DE        I

Wilson Campbell _
   bm 1821
   mf~1838 ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P138A,B L42 383/383.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 31, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Wilson Campbell            29M Farmer                     DE
 Mary Campbell              28F                            DE
 Julia A.   "               12F                            DE
 Caroline   "                9F                            DE
 Sarah E.   "                5F                            DE
 Letty E.   "                2F                            DE

Simpson Campbell _
   bm 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P138B L16 387/387.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 01, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Simpson Campbell           28M Farmer                     DE
 Mary                       28F                            DE        I
 Christian                   8F                            DE       S
 Sarah P.                    8F                            DE       S
 Charles                     4M                            DE
 William                     4M                            DE
 Wilson                      3M                            DE
 Benton                      2M                            DE
 Willard                     1M                            DE

Ann Campbell _
   bf 1842
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P139A L34 397/397.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 01, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John T. Long               24M Farmer                     DE
 Lusanna  "                 22F                            DE        I
 Sylvester K. "              3M                            DE
 Eber  "                     2M                            DE
 Ann M. Campbell             8F                            DE

Reuben Campbell _
   bm 1788                     (to Benjamin b17650102)
   mf ____ ___ __ Hester _ _
   bf 1791
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P140A L31 412/412.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 01, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Reuben Campbell            62M Farmer                  500DE        I
 Hester  "                  59F                            DE        I
 Benjamin   "               25M Farmer                     DE
 John    "                  19M                            DE
 William "                  15M                            DE
 Margaret Wilkerson         40F                            MD
   n. 1850 neighbors:  Long 68, Stevens 35, Murray59.

Lydia Campbell _
   bf 1837
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R55 P141B L15 425/428.
      DE, Sussex Co., Baltimore Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 02, Dabworthy Derickson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob Hickman              27M Farmer                 1200DE
 Jane    "                  24F                            MD
 Lydia Campbell             13F                            DE
 Sarah A. Hickman            1F                            DE


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Abraham Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Vanderbilt _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Derick Vanderbilt _.  Wills of Rockland RCo., NY.
      Will 1821 Mar 13 wife Jane

John Campbell 11
   bm 1770 Feb 01 to Archibald Campbell 10
   n. History of Bergen Co., NJ.
   n. He was a Physician in Hackensack after the Rev. and spent his life there.
   dm 1814 and is buried by his wife in Hackensack.
   df 1853
 with   8 children  HoBCNJ
   Abraham A _
   b



Sarah Campbell _
   bf
   mm ____ ___ __ Garret F. Hering _, she a Miss.
   n. Rachel m David Hering and had Ralph b1809 Feb 28.
 with Garret
   Rachel _

Sally Campbell _
   bf ____ ___ __ to David Campbell _ Rev War Patriot much scarred.
   mm ____ ___ __ John Cooper _
   bm 1782 Dec 01 to Richard J. Cooper _, son of John Cooper and Anna Maria (nee
      Goetschius. Richard J. bm 1757 Oct 27.
   n. resided at Pascack

Mary Campbell _
   bf 1825 ___ __ in England.
   mm 1851 Spr __ Christopher Roberts _
   bm 1827 Jan 05 at Manchester, England.
   n. Memorial Cyclopedia of NJ -  more there.


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Abraham Campbell _
   bm 177_ ___ __ to
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P3 L9
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham Campbell         /1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P124 L16.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abner Campbell           /0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

Abraham Campbell _
   bm 1800
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P147B L25  525/555.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 19, _ Brinkerhoff, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Abraham Campbell           50M Farmer                 3000NJ
 Eliza                      44F                            NJ
 John A.                    18M Speculator                 NJ
 Patrick McCloy             35M Laborer                    Ireland

William Campbell _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P12 L1
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Jacob D. Campbell _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P14 L11
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob D. Campbell        /0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P113 L10.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob S. Campbell        /0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P123B L16  203/220.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jacob Campbell             65M Carpenter              5000NJ
 Mary    "                  57F                            NY
 Mary Doel?  "              19F                            NJ
 Anna Campbell               8F                            NY

Letty Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P23 L4
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbados Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Letty Campbell           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

Adolphus W. Campbell _
   bm 1797
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index Not.  R79 P24 L26.
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbadoes Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Adolphus W. Campbell     /0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Eve)____________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 (Catharine W.)___________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P100 L5.
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbadoes Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Adolphus Campbell        /1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Adolphus W. Campbell)___ 40-49MW
 (Eve)____________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Catharine W.)___________ 10-14FW
 (Ellen)__________________ 05-09FW
 (John)___________________ 00-04MW
 (Harriet)________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P176A L19  976/1011.
      NJ, Bergen Co., New Barbados Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 29, .....off, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Adolphus W. Campbell       53M None                  20000NJ
 Eve                        43F                            NJ
 Catharine W.               21F                            NJ
 Ellen                      17F                            NJ
 John                       14M                            NJ       S
 Harriet                    12F                            NJ       S
 Garret M.                  10M                            NJ       S
 Adolphus                    4M                            NJ
 Jane                       79F                            NJ

Archibald Campbell _
   n. History of Bergen Co., NJ.  Aded Gen;l Wash9ngton.
      advised by GW to stay by his family
   n. w. 1784 Angr 30 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Baxter, Henry, of New Barbadoes, Bergen Co. Int.
      Adm'r: Archibald Campbell. Fellowbondsman: John Cassedy; both of said
      place.
      Wit: Patrick McFaddin. Lib. M, p. 275.
 with
   John 11
   b17700201

   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P25
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbadoes Twp.      1 23
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Archibale Campbell       /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Robert Campbell _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P26 L1.
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbadoes Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Campbell          /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P99 L5.
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbadoes Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Campbell          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW

Robert I. Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P25 L14.
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbadoes Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert I. Campbell       /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

William Campbell _
   bm 1769
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P27 L2
      NJ, Bergen Co., New_Barbadoes Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   n. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P178A L16  with son Christian W. Campbell.

Christian W. Campbell _
   bm 1827
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P178A L10  1009/1047.
      NJ, Bergen Co., New Barbados Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Christian W. Campbell      23M Farmer                 3000NJ
 Catharine                  29F                            NJ
 Theodore                    9M                            NJ       S
 Anna M.                    9mF                            NJ
 Julia Agin                 21F                            Ireland
 John Truland               23M Blacksmith                 NJ
 W^m Campbell               81M None                       NJ

David Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P31 L
      NJ, Bergen Co., Harrington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campbell           /_ _ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Abraham Campbell _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P40 L12.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Harrington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abraham Campbell         /0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

David Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P44 L8.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Harrington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Campbell           /1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Margaret Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P52 L24.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Lidi Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Margaret Campbell        /0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Samuel Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P108 L24.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Franklin Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Campbell          /2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P130 L.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hackensack Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Campbell          /0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

Cornelius W. Campbell _
   bm 1797
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P139 L20.
      NJ, Bergen Co., Saddle_River Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Cornelius W. Campbell    /0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R258 P13 L31.
      NJ, Passaic Co., Manchester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Cornelius W. Campbell    /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Cornelius)______________ 40-49MW
 (Sarah)__________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Maria Jane)_____________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442      L39 141/155
      NJ, Bergen Co., Hakensack Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Cornelius Campbell         53MW                           NJ
 Sarah Campbell             53FW                           NJ
 Maria Jane Campbell        18F                            NJ
 Matthew Albert Campbell    14M                            NJ
 James Henry Campbell       12M                            NJ
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R    P10 L28 88
      NJ,
      PO:

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Cornelius Campbell            73MW                                             NJ
 Sarah Campbell                72FW                                             NJ



   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R461 P355A L37 304/338.
      NJ, Passaic Co., Aquackanonk Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 19, Ja^s Nightingale, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Cornelius Campbell         23M Shoemaker              1000NJ        I
 Caroline    "              21F                            NJ        I
 Ab^m        "               1M                            NJ
 Ellen Garrison              9F                            NJ

                                 NJ, BERGEN CO. END

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                                 NJ, BURINNGTON CO. BEGIN


Michael B. Campbell _
   bm 179_
   mf 1820 Mar 17 Harriet Bond _. NJ_BuCMR P41.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P17 L27.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Burlington_City.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Michael B. Campbell      /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 Index P51-53  R108 P188A L1.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., South Ward.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Michael Campbell        /00 00 00 01 00 00/00 00 02 00 00/0 0 0 1
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P68-70   R159 P286 L  .
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phil Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Michael Campbell         /_ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
   dm 1873 Jul 29 PA,Ph,Ph
      FS.O

James Campbell _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P33 L16.
      NJ, Burlington Co., New_Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R248 P179 L28.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Hanover Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James Campbell           /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW


Richard Campbell _
   bm 1798 in NJ
   n. 1827 Feb 17 NJ, Burlington Court of Common Pleas.
      Petition of Richard Campbell, Insolvent Debtor.
      1827 April 07 Interrogatories.  Compulsory Arrest by Thomas H. Dunn,
      constable of the said county. Real & Personal Estate.
      Know Ye, That I Richard Campbell, late of the Township of Nottingham in
      the County of Burlington an Insolvent Debtor, ..... Several signatures.
      Suit of debt by John Witaker $7.72.
      Thomas Collins     $12.00       Jacob Douglas       $2.00
      Daniel Williams      1.50       John Weaver          3.00
      Thomas B. Wortman   11.00       John Hoskins          .50
      James Gunnell        5.00       John Whitecar        7.00
      John Miuntson        5.00       Amos Lint            4.00
      Joshua Kerlord?      4.00       Mary Ann Firman      5.00
      Mrs. Hunkinson       3.00       Stephen Dayinen?     4.00
      John Davidson        2.00       Evan Evans           3.00
      Thomas Miles         2.00       Wesley P. Hunt      32.00
      William L. Ball?     4.00       Jemru B. Herrell     1.00
      Thomas C. Sterling $42.00       John Cunningham     $1.00
      Mary Quigley         2.00       John Drummond        2.85
      Thomas Thompson      2.69       Dr. McHelray         2.25
      Benjamin Fish        2.00       Jason H. Roe         4.50
      Isaac James         41.00       Thomas James & Co.  69.00
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P172 L18.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Nottingham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richard Camel            /3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R254 P12 L14.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Nottingham Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richard Campbell         /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R815 P     L24  580/6873
      PA, Phuiladelpohia, Philadelphia, So. Mulberry /Wd/
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Campbell          52M                             NJ
 Anne Campbell             48F                             PA
 Emma Morris               18F                             PA
 William A. Morris         26M                             PA
 Harriet Campbell          14F                             PA
 Charles P. Campbell       13M                             PA
 Margaret                  85F                             NJ

David Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P220 L
      NJ, Burlington Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Cambell            /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
   n. 1830 foreigner not naturalized included in enumeration.

                                 NJ, BURINNGTON CO. END

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                                 PA, PHILADELPHIA CO., BEGIN
Richard Campbell _
   bm 1802
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R818  L21  250/283
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, Ward 3, Spring Garden
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Campbell           49M                            NJ
 Mry Campbell               44F                            NJ
 Eliza Campbell             40F                            NJ

Ashel Campbell _
   bm 1834
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P11   R52 P59A L4 66/67.
      DE, Kent Co., Little Creek Hnd.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 09, _ Collins, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Clow                  34M Laborer                    MD        I
 Susan  "                   25F                            DE
 Joseph "                   5mM                            DE
 Ashel Campbell             16M                            DE
 James C. More              23M Lab^r                      DE
   n. http://www.bitsofblueandgray.com/cade_cazier.htm
      DELAWARE ROSTER OF UNION SOLDIERS
      LAST NAME FIRST NAME M.I AKA        REGIMENT CO.  RANK MISC
      Campbell Ashael D.                  6th Inf            E
      Campbell Ashell D.                  7th Inf            D

                                 PA, PHILADELPHIA CO., END
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                                 NJ, ESSEX CO. BEGIN


   n. w. 1772 Sep 08 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Cadmus, E:nseltie, of New Town, Essex Co.; will of.
      The land that was left me by my father, Thomas Cadmus, deceased, to be
      divided as follows: to my brother-in-law, Hendrick Speer, 6 acres;
      to John Kidney, son-in-law to said Hendrick, 6 acres; to John Cadmus, son
      of my brother, Mallacort Cadmus, 5 acres, but in case he should die, then
      to be divided between Hendrick Speer, John Kidney and Sarah Speer,
      daughter of said Hendrick.
      Exec: Hendrick Speer and John Kidney.
      Wit: William Dow, Ezekiel Campbell, John Sip.
      1785.Jan 13 Proved. Lib. 27, p. 296.

   n. w. 1795 Mar 18 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Campbell, Mary, (widow) of Essex Co. Int.
      Adm'r: Aaron Bonnel. Fellowbondsman: Benjamin Bonnel; both of said Co.
      1795 Mar 11 Inventory, #67.0.6; made by Isaiah Meeker and
      Jonathan Valentine. Lib. 33, p. 499; File 8164-8169G.

Daniel Campbell _
   n. w. 1746 Sep 01 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      "Ward, Caleb, Sr., of Canoe-brook, Essex Co., yeoman; will of.
      Sons: Caleb and Zebediah. Land I bought of Jasper Crane.
      Exec.: wife, Hannah, and David Williams.
      Wit.: Jon'n Sergeant, Daniel Campbell, Abigail Sergeant.
      1750 Mar 21 proved.  Lib. E, p. 28.

                                 NJ, ESSEX CO.  END
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                                 NJ, ESSEX CO.,  NEWARK  BEGIN
David Campbell _
   n. w. 1752 Sep 02 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Ball, Aaron, of Newark, Essex Co., blacksmith; will of.
      Wife, Hannah. Children: Silas, Joseph, Aaron, Kezia, Margaret, Deborah and
      Hannah, all under age. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife, brother Timothy Ball and Moses Baldwin.
      Wit,: John Tichenor, Jonas Ball, David Campbell.
      1752 Dec 30 proved. Lib. F, p. 82.
      1752 Dec 28 Inventory, #182.18.2, by Moses Baldwin, Samuel Crowell,
      Jonas Ball.
   n. w. 1787 Mar 20 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Okly, Sllvaiiu.s, of New Providence, Essex Co., carpenter: will of.
      Wife, Mary, some household groods: but, if she marry, then my youngest
      daughter, Elizabeth, is to have them. Wife may have the use of some land.
      The grist mill, house and 4 acres: also 15 acres that I bought of'              Abraham Price: also Va of a plantation in Sussex Co., to be sold to pay
      the debts: and, if it should not be enough, then my sons. Ephraim and
      John, are to pay the rest. If there is overplus money, then I give the
      same to my four youngest daughters. Hester, Mary, Nancy and Elizabeth.
      Sons, Ephraim and John, plantation where I live. Youngest son, David, my
      part of my land in Morris Co. Sons, Ephraim, John and David, my house
      and lot in New York City.
      Exec: Isaac Woodruff and Obadiah Vallentine.
      Wit: Jonathan Valentine, David Campbell, Wi-liam Willcocks.
      1787 May 28 Proved. Lib. 29, p. 379.

Joseph Campbell _
   n. w. 1795 Jul 16 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Baldwin, Silas, Sr., of Newark Twsp., Essex Co.; will of.w
      Wife, Phebe, 2 cows and use of 1/3 of lands while widow.  Son, Ephraim,
      38 acres (east side of farm, including 10 acres bought of Joseph and
      Nathaniel Crane). Sons, Ebenezer and Silas, remainder of lands, when 21.
      2 daughters, Rachel and Mary, each #14, when son, Silas, is 21. Daughters:
      Elanor and Nancy, #30 each, when son, Silas, is 21. Daughter, Phebe, 2
      heiffers and #24.
      Exec: wife, Phebe, and son, Ephraim.
      Wit: Justus Burnet, Joseph Campbell, Mary Gilderslieve.
      1795 Aug 11 Proved  Lib. 33, p. 487.
      1795 Aug 20 Inventory, #207.8.0; made by Abner Crowell.
      1795 Aug 11 Phebe Baldwin and Ephraim Baldwin, the executors being dec'd.
      Adm'r: Abner Crowell and Nathan Squire.
      Fellowbondsman: Job Brown, all of said Co. File 8142-8151G.

   n. w. 1791 Aug 29 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Mulford, Jeremiah, Sr., of Newark Twsp., Essex Co.; will of.
      Son, Jeremiah, bible and #30. Son, Benjamin, blue coat and vest which he
      is to keep for his son Daniel. Granddaughter, Mary Mulford, bed and #30.
      Grandchildren, James Campbell, Hannah Campbell, Lidiah Campbell and
      Patience Campbell, each #5. Grandchildren, Thomas Mulford and
      Serepta Mulford, legacy remaining due from will of father. Cash legacies
      to be paid from bond held against son Jeremiah.
      Exec.: son Jeremiah Mulford and friend David Littell, Esq.
      Wit.: Phebe Mulford and Jane Clark.
      1795 May 19 Proved.  Lib. 36, p. 18; File 8406-8409G.

George W. Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P286 L21.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George W. Campbell       /0 1 0 8 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

John W. Campbell _
   bm 1805
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P286 L17.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John W. Campbell         /2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R258 P6 L8.
      NJ, Passaic Co., Manchester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John W. Campbell         /0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R461 P157A L23 202/203.
      NJ, Passaic Co., Wayne Twp., District No. 17?
      Enumerated: 1850 JUl 25, W^m W. Colfax, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John W. Campbell           4?M Laborer                    NJ
 Susan Campbell             4?                             NJ
 ?  ?                       15M                            NJ
 John H.  "                  5M                            NJ
 ?     ?                     3M                            NJ

John W. Campbell _
   bm 1825
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P167 L    000/000.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City, East Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 23, Charles T. Shipman, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John W. Campbell           25M Blacksmith                 NJ
 Jane Campbell              22F                            SCO
 Henry Hendrix              19M Blacksmith                 NJ
 Patrick Unknown              M                            IRE
 Israel Freeman             21M Painter                    NJ      M
 Ann Freeman                18F                            NJ      M

William Campbell _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P286 L18.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Thomas Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P290 L
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Camel             /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/

Abner Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P295 L1.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abner Campbell           /0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 (Abner)__________________ 40-49MW
 (Deborah)________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 (Charles)________________ 05-09MW
 (Emma)___________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R250 P156 L17.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abner Campbell           /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Abner)__________________ 50-59MW
 (Deborah)________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 (Charles)________________ 15-19MW
 (Emma)___________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P338A L28 303/454.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark City, West Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 24, Stephen Congar, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Abner Campbell             61M Picture Frame Maker    6200NJ
 Deborah  "                 57F                            NJ
 Charles  "                 23M           "                NJ
 Emma     "                 20F                            NJ
 Charlotte  "               15F                            IRE
 Ann Ward                   18F                            NY

                                 NJ, ESSEX CO.,  NEWARK  END

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                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., ELIZABETH  BEGIN


   n. w. 1777 Apr 09 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Valentine, Obadiah, of Elizabeth Borough, Essex Co.; will of.
      Daughter, Esther, #30, when she is 18. Saw mill and land to be sold. Sons,
      William, Jonathan, David, Levi and Daniel, my lands.
      Exec: wife, Mary, and my brother-in-law, Jonathan Mulford, Jr.
      Wit: Jonathan Elmer, Jr., David Campbell, Samuel Parsons.
      1788 Jun 09 Proved.
      1788 May 30 Renunciation by Jonathan Mulford, Jr.
      Wit.: Jonathan Mulford, Sr., and Stephanas Clark.
      1788 May 09 Adm'rs: Samuel Potter, William Valentine and
      Jonathan Valentine; all of Essex Co. Lib. 88, p. 96,
   n. w. 1755 Apr 07 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Britten, Xieholas, of Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co.; will of.
      Wife, Kiziah, #100.  Executor to sell a tract of land on west side of
      Robinson's Branch, which I bought of Jacob Baker, and which is bounded by
      Ebenezer Cutter, Henry Frazee, heirs of Othaniel Campbell; also % part of
      land I purchased of Nathaniel Hubbell, in company with Thomas Clark, Esq.,
      dec'd, Ephraim Terrill and Abraham Clark, Jr., and being the land whereon
      I now live; together with my part of the fulling mills, lately erected,
      and being in the bounds of Elizabeth Town. Children, John Britain,
      Daniel Britain and Pheby Terrill Britain, to have the rest, after debts
      are paid, when they are 21.
      Exec.: friend, Jonathan Bishop, and my brother-in-law, Abraham Terrill.
      Wit.: William Hetfield, Abraham Terrill, Joseph DeCamp.
      1766 Jul 17 Proved.
      1766 Apr 11 Inventory, #88.11.6, made by Benjamin Marsh and John Parker.
      Lib. H, p. 629.
   n. w. 1756 Sep S4 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Hanh, Daniel, Sr., of the Borough of Elisabeth, Essex Co.; will of.
      Wife, Mary. Children: John, Daniel, Henry, Christopher, Rolfe,
      Ephraim Markes, Phebe and Rhoda. Grandchild, Sary Dunnin. Homefarm; 3
      acres of salt meadow, next to brother Mephiboshith Marsh; land bought of
      John Wood; land above the mountains. Personal estate incl. a silver watch.
      Exec.: the wife, son Daniel and son-in-law, John Bishop.
      Wit.: Isaac Noe, David Marsh, Mary Campbell.
      Codicil of same date states that the four youngest sons are under 15
      years. Same witnesses.
      1756 Nov 27 proved. Lib. F, p. 394.
      1756 Nov 02 Inventory, #311.18.12, by Abraham Shotwell and Amos Morse.
   n. w. 1777 Aug 19 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Bonnel, Sinesey, of Borough of Elizabeth, Essex Co.; will of.
      Wife, Puah, to have #35, and grain, livestock and fire wood,
      and she shall have the use of my part of the plantation till sold, and
      then the use of the money to bring up the children. All lands to be
      sold after the death of my mother, Sarah Bonnell. Daughters Rachel
      Bonnell, Lois Bonnell, and Phebe Bonnel, the money that remains,
      when they are 18.
      Exec: wife, Puah, and my friend, Elias Whitehead.
      Wit. Benjamin Halt, Solomon Line, Sarah Cambel.
      1778 Mar 11 Proved. Lib. 20, p. 276.

Jane Campbell _
   bf 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P245 L7.
      NJ, Essex Co., Elizabeth Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jane Campbell            /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Lewis Campbell _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P254 L24.
      NJ, Essex Co., Elizabeth Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lewis Campbell           /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Caleb Campbell _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P271 L14.
      NJ, Essex Co., Newark Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Caleb Campbell           /0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., ELIZABETH END
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                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., UNION  BEGIN

Abigail Campbell _
   bf 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P185 L24.
      NJ, Essex Co., Union Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abagail Campbell         /0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW

Elias B. Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P185 L25.
      NJ, Essex Co., Union Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elias B. Campbell        /2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R251 P318 L2.
      NJ, Essex Co., Union Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elias B. Campbell        /1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M818 R139 P_  L27 38/38.
      IN, Clinton Co., Kirklin
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Elias Campbell             57M                            NJ
 Mary Campbell              50F                            NC
 Eunice Campbell             8F                            IN
 Stanton McCarty            15M                            OH

                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., UNION  END

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                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., SPRINGFIELD   BEGIN

Thomas Campbell _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P195 L4.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Campbell          /0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R251 P351 L2.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Campbell          /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Samuel Campbell _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P199 L1.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Campbell          /0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

James D. Campbell _
   bm 177_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P200 L26.
      NJ, Essex Co., Springfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James D. Campbell        /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW

                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., SPRINGFIELD   END

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                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., BLOOMFIELD   BEGIN

Ira Campbell _
   dm 1902 Jan 25 in Montclair, NJ, a Cival War Vet. boards.an.ry.com/.../9507

Ira Campbell _
   bm 1810
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P212 L4.
      NJ, Essex Co., Bloomfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ira Campbell             /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 m________________________ 40-49FW
 (Ira)____________________ 20-29MW
 (Emeline)________________ 15-19FW
 b________________________ 05-09FW
 (Margaret A.)____________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R251 P369 L10.
      NJ, Essex Co., No._ Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ira Campbell             /1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Ira)____________________ 30-39MW
 (Emeline)________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 b________________________ 15-19FW
 (Margaret A.)____________ 10-14FW
 (Phebe C.)_______________ 05-09FW
 (Edward H.)______________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P155B L5  032/036.
      NJ, Essex Co., Bloomfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 03, J. D. Dodd, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Ira Campbell               43M Shoe Maker             1600NJ
 Emeline  "                 38F                            NJ
 Margaret A.  "             21F                            NJ
 Phebe C.   "               18F                            NJ
 Edward H.  "               13M                            NJ       S
 with

Edward Harvey Campbell _
   bm
   mf Angelina Dodd Ward
 with Angelina Dodd (nee Ward  _) Campbell
   Jane E _
   bf

Jane Elizabeth Campbell
   bf 1837 Feb 25 to at Bloomfiedld,
   mm 1859 Jun 14 Obediah Woodruff _  at Newark
   bm


Peter Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P224 L12,
      NJ, Essex Co., Bloomfield Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Campbell           /0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Peter)__________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R251 P362 L24.
      NJ, Essex Co., No._ Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Campbell           /0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Peter)__________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P172A L21 265/293.
      NJ, Essex Co., Bloomfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 26, J. D. Dodd, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Peter Campbell             67M Farmer                 1600NJ
 Mary   "                   57F                            NJ
 Jacob Riker                35M Laborer                    NJ        I

                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., BLOOMFIELD   BEGIN
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                                 NJ, ESSEX CO., BLOOMFIELD   BEGIN

John W. Campbell _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R461 P341A,B L37 123/140.
      NJ, Passaic Co., Aquackanonk Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Ja^s Nightengale, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John W. Campbell           49M Carrier                2000NJ
 Jane     "                 42F                            NJ
 Jacob     "                22M Morocco Finisher           PA
 Martin V. B. "             13M                            NY       S
 Charles W.  "              11M                            NJ       S
 Elias  ?    "               9M                            NJ       S
 Sarah A.    "               7M                            NJ       S

Charles Whitaker Campbell _
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma Frances Simonson _
 with
   Wallace S _
   b18680320

Wallace Sherwood Campbell _
   bm 1868 Mar 20 to Charles Whitaker Campbell _ et ux Emma Frances (nee
      Simonson _) Campbell in Newark, NJ.
   n. Manufacturer.
   n. Memorial Cyclopedia of New Jersey.
   mf 1891 Apr 22 Mary Florence Sullivan _ at Grace Episcopal Ch., Newark, NJ.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Flavel Woodruff Sullivan _ et ux Emilie (nee Thomas _)
      Sullivan.
   n. Member of St. Barnabas Episcopal Ch. of Newark, the Jewelers club of Phil.
      and the Roseville Athletic Club.
   dm 1915 Jun 01 at New Haven, CN.
 with Mary Florence (nee Sullivan _)
   Gertrude _     Wallace S _    Douglas _      Emilie T _
   b18920731      b18950329      b19020507      b19040924


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Gertrude Campbell _
   bf 1892 Jul 31 to Wallace Sherwood Campbell _ et ux Mary Florence (nee
      Sullivan _) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ George E. Brixner _ of Newark.
 with
   George E _
   b

Wallace S. Campbell _
   bm 1895 Mar 29 to Wallace Sherwood Campbell _ et ux Mary Florence (nee
      Sullivan _) Campbell

Douglas Campbell _
   bm 1902 May 07 to Wallace Sherwood Campbell _ et ux Mary Florence (nee
      Sullivan _) Campbell

Emilie T. Campbell _
   bf 1804 Sep 04 to Wallace Sherwood Campbell _ et ux Mary Florence (nee
      Sullivan _) Campbell


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Allen Campbell _
   bm 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P396 L3.
      NJ, Essex Co., Acquackanonk Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Allen Campbell           /1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Sarah Campbell _
   bf 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P396 L25.
      NJ, Essex Co., Acquackanonk Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Sarah Campbell           /1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

William Campbell _
   bm 180_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P409 L25.
      NJ, Essex Co., Acquackanonk Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

William H. Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P413 L9.
      NJ, Essex Co., Acquackanonk Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William H. Campbell      /2 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
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 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
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 _________________________ 00-04MW
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William H. Campbell _
   bm 1818
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P234A L31 515/811.
      NJ, Essex Co., South Ward Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 03, Williamm Jessup, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William H. Campbell        32M Shoemaker                  NJ
 Catharine     "            33F                            NY
 Charles H. Reynolds        14M                            NY
 Phebe J.      "            12F                            NY       S
 Isaac N. Campbell           7M                            NY       S
 Elizabeth L.  "             5F                            NY
 George B.     "             2M                            NY

Henry B. Campbell _
   bm 1785
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P422 L21.
      NJ, Essex Co., Orange Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Henry B. Campbell        /1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Henry B.)_______________ 40-49MW
 (Betsey)_________________ 40-49FW
 (Harriet)________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 (Jane L.)________________ 05-09FW
 (Charles H.)_____________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R251 P258 L18.
      NJ, Essex Co., Orange Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Henry B. Campbell        /0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Henry B.)_______________ 50-59MW
 (Betsey)_________________ 50-59FW
 (Harriet)________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 (Jane L.)________________ 15-19FW
 (Charles H.)_____________ 10-14MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P208B L7 193/211.
      NJ, Essex Co., Orange Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 01, J. D. Dodd, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Henry B. Campbell          65M Shoemaker              3800NJ
 Betsey     "               60F                            NJ
 Harriet   "                40F                            NJ
 Jane L.   "                25F                            NJ
 Charles H.  "              22M Shoemaker                  NJ
 Theodore Ward               5M                            NJ       S

Peter Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P425 L4.
      NJ, Essex Co., Orange Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Peter Campbell           /0 2 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
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   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P199A L30 ___/082.
      NJ, Essex Co., Orange Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 19, J. D. Dodd, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Peter Campbell             64M Shoemaker              1800NJ
 Amanda   "                 59F                            NJ
 Phebe D. "                 36F                            NJ
 Mary     "                 24F                            NJ
 Catherine T.  "            20F                            NJ
 Lydia A. M.  "             15F                            NJ       S
 William N. Freeman         25M Shoemaker                  NJ
 Jeremiah P. Ball           17M Shoemaker                  NJ

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Moses Campbell _
   bm 1752 Nov 10
   mf 1773 Apr 18 Catharine McElroy _ at the home of Gaberal Ogdens at
      Compton NJ.
   bf 1756 Jan 12
   n. NARA_CCSNA.
   n. Moses, Catharine, W6623, NJ Line
      1775  moved from Compton in Bergen Co., NJ to Essex Co., NJ & enlisted.
   dm 1802 Jul 09
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P448 L9.
      NJ, Essex Co., Caldwell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Catharine Campbell       /0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
      1838 Feb 09  widow applied for a pension Essex Co., NJ aged 82
 with Catherine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   Rachel _       Anna _         Benjamin _     Rachel _       Ellihue _
   b17731130      b17750917      b17770901      b17790801      b17790801
   Ezekiel _      John _         Moses _        Mary _         Hannah _
   b17811022      b17840108      b17860901      b17890411      b17910624
   Elity _        Catharine _    James C _
   b17930627      b17951211      b17970312

Rachel Campbell _
   bf 1773 Nov 30 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   df 1774 Sep 07

Anna Campbell _
   bf 1775 Sep 17 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Baldwin _
   df 1836 Apr 19

Benjamin Campbell _
   bm 1777 Sep 01 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   n. 1836 Benjamin made aff'dt in Essex Co., NJ.  NARA_CCSNA. Moses Rev. War.

Rachel Campbell _
   bf 1779 Aug 01 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell

Ellihue Campbell _
   bm 1779 Aug 01 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   dm 1802

Ezekiel Campbell _
   bm 1781 Oct 22 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1790
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R79 P449 L3.
      NJ, Essex Co., Caldwell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ezekiel Campbell         /0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Zeke)___________________ 40-49MW
 (Mary)___________________ 40-49FW
 (William T)______________ 20-29MW
 (Rachel)_________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 (Sarah C)________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R449 P78A L36 146/166.
      NJ, Essex Co., Caldwell Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 30, Stephen Person???, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Ezekial Campbell           68M Farmer                 3000NJ
 Mary     "                 60F                            NJ
 William T.  "              38M Blacksmith              100NJ
 Rachel     "               36F                            NJ
 Richard C.  "              16M                            NJ
 Mary Jane   "              11F                            NJ       S
 Sarah C.    "              3mF                            NJ
  more?

John Campbell _
   bm 1786 Jan 08 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   dm 1824 May 03

Moses Campbell _
   bm 1786 Sep 01 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   dm 1802 Jul 09

Mary Campbell _
   bf 1789 Apr 11 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell

Hannah Campbell _
   bf 1791 Jun 24 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell

Elity Campbell _
   b. 1793 Jun 27 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell

Catharine Campbell _
   bf 1795 Dec 11 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell
   df 1795 Dec 17

James C. Campbell _
   bm 1797 Mar 12 to Moses Campbell _ et ux Cathasrine (nee McElroy _) Campbell

James Campbell _
   bm 1797 in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe
   bf 1796
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R705 P_   L22  840/8455
      OH, Loram Co., Brighton    e
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James Campbell             53M                            NJ
 Phebe Campbell             54F                            NJ
 Harriet Campbell           14F                            NY
 Alfred Campbell            11M                            NY




Firman Campbell _
   bm 1814
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann
   bf 1816
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R450 P378A L6 336/623.
      NJ, Essex Co., Plainfield Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 27, J. H Pierson, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Firman Campbell            38M Hatter                     NJ
 Ann       "                34F                            NJ
 John      "                14M                            NJ       S
 William   "                12M                            NJ       S
 David     "                 8M                            NJ       S
 Mary      "                 3F                            NJ

                                 NJ, ESSEX CO. END
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                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO., ALLENTOWN BEGIN

John Campbell _
   n. w. 1774 Sep 27 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Rhea, Robert, of Allentown, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      My Execs may sell 250 acres of land in Freehold, joining Henry Waddell's
      land, and the money to be used to pay my debts. Wife, Mary Rhea, the use
      of the rest of the land and my personal estate, so as to support my
      children. My 3 youngest sons, James, David and Robert, the rest of my
      lands in Freehold; as tenants in common. My Execs are to rent out my
      mills in Allentown, and the land I bought of Robert Parent, till my son,
      James, is 21, after which they may sell the same, and the money given to
      my 3 daughters, unless James should choose to take the mills; in that
      case, his Vi of the lands in Freehold to be sold for the uses of my
      daughters. Son, Jonathan, to be put as apprentice to the law, and he is
      to be supported, and he is to have #200 when 22. I gave my negro girl,
      Lid, to my daughter, Anna.
      Exec. wife, Mary, and my brother-in-law, David Forman; and they are to be
      Guardians of my children.
      Wit: William Schenck, Isaac Wright, David Brearley, Jr.
      1777 Dec 08 Proved.
      1777 Oct 0. Inventory, #1,845.9.6, made by George Walker, John Campbell
      and Thomas Combs. Lib. 19, p. 382.

                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO., ALLENTOWN END

                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO., FREEHOLD  BEGIN

John Campbell _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _
   n. w. 1686 Oct 02 NJA_COW n1670-1730 1SV23.
      Innes, Gilbert, late of Aberdeen, Scotland, now of versation, has done
      much good among them and been very instrumental to draw them off from
      their errors and bring them over to the church." The story of Mr. Innes'
      ministrations at Shrewsbury and thereabouts is thus summarized by the
      authorities of the church: " Col. Morris did undoubtedly in the year 1703,
      very earnestly solicit Dr. Beveridge (late Bishop of St. Asaph) a member
      of this Soci- ety [for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts],
      to recommend it to the Society, to send a Missionary to Monmouth county,
      New Jersey, where a considerable body of people had formed themselves into
      a gathered Church and had promised all the help their narrow circumstances
      could afford their Minister. The Society were not then able to support a
      Missionary there. But the Reverend Mr. Alexander Inni.s happening to be in
      tliose parts, took the care of that people upon him. After a worthy
      discharge of his Function for some time, he died; up- on which the
      Justices of the Peace, the High Sheriff, and the Grand Jury of Monmouth
      county, did represent to the Society, in the year 1717, that the worthy
      Reverend Alexander Innis, by unwearied pains and industry, gathered three
      congregations in this county, tho' much scattered in their habitations;
      yet did he visit them, teaching them, instructing them all, once at least
      in three weeks. A''. T.  Col. Docs., III., 413, 415, 527, 610, 613, 630,
      655, 731; V., 320, 354; George KeitKs Journal, passim; History of the
      Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, by
      D. Humphreys, 1730, page 57.
   n. w. 1687 Oct 13 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23 XXIII..
      Innes, GylleS, of Amboy Perth, widow.
      Admini tration on the estate of, granted to John Canipl)ell.
      N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 102
   n. w.             NJA_COW n1670-1730 1SV23.
      Amboy, E. J.; will of.
      Wife sole heiress and executrix of personal estate in East Jersey and
      Scotland, incl. tive servants.
      Wit.: John Campbell and Jas. Emott. N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 73
   wm 1689 Dec 25 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Campbell, John, late of Amboy, E. J., gentleman; will of.                       Wife Mary, sole heiress and executrix of temporal estate.
      Children: Ann, Gawinelta and John.
      Wit.: Jo'n Carrington and Margaret Carrington.
      Proved January i, 1689-go.
      N. J. Archives, XXL, p. 179, and Middlesex Wills
      1690 Aug. 2. Bond of his widow Mary, as executrix of his will.

John Campbell _
   n. w. 1702-3 Feb. 12 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Naug'hty, William, of Freehold, planter; will of.
      Wife Anna. Son William (under age). Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife, Walter Iver, Patrick Imlay and Wm. Laing.
      Wit.: Andrew Burnett, John Campbell and Allan Coldwell.
      1702-3 Feb 26 proved. Monmouth Wills
      1702-3 Feb 14 Inventory of the personal estate (#32.3.6); made
      by Robert Ray, Patrick Canaan and William Ronald.
   n. w. 1709 May 24 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Laing, Lang, William, of Freehold, Monmouth Co. planter; will of.
      Brothers Alex'r Laing, M. A., master of the school in
      Cannongate, Edinbrough, Scotland, George, of Old Aberdeen, merchant,
      cousin Alex'r Laing, M. A., master of the school at Leith, Scotland, heirs
      of real and personal estate; legacies to John Brown, John Campbell and
      Charles Gordon, who are also made executors, and to the fund for buildin"
      a church in Freehold.
      Wit.: Timothy Loyd, Jno. Ronnell, James Patton.
      1710-1 February 27 proved. Lib. i, p. 305
      1710 May 10. Inventory of the personal estate, #215. i2j, incl. a ne-
      gro man #35 and debts due by Capt. Bonn, Antony Sndiuky, Jolin Ser-
      jant, Gawen Drummond, David Hampton, Ben. Cook and Daniel Smith;
      made by Archibald Creig and Giedon Crafoid; sworn to by John Brown,
      John Cam|d)ell and Chas. Gordon, executors, Feb. 27, 1710-1.
      Monmouth Wills
      1715-6 Jan. 3. Account of the estate by John Brown, John Campbell
      and Charles Gordon, e-xecutors, showing a credit of #247.5.2 incl. rents
      received from Thomas Sharp and Alexander Scobie, and payments of
      #75.14.1 to Alex'r Scobie, John Ronald, Peter Watson junior, Wm. Hogg,
      Archibald Craig, to the church building fund at Freehold, John Brown,
      the surplus of #16.16.6 being paid over to John Johnston, M. D., as
      attorney of Alexander Laing, brother germane of William, the remaining
      #6.14.7, being unpaid notes of John Seargeant and Gavin Drummond.
      170S June ly. Laiton, Laytou, William, of Middletown. Inventory of the
      personal estate of (#62.19.0); made by Elisha I>awrence and Richard Stout.
   n. w. 1709 May 21 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
    . Cook, Cooke, Benjamin, of Freehold, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Bridget. Children: Thomas, Nicolas, Anna, David, Real
      and personal estate. The wife, Nicolas Stephens and John Campbell
      executors. Wni. Laing, Antony Sadowskj and Richard Clark witnesses.
      1710 Feb 10. Lib. r, p. 303, and Monmouth Wills
      Inventory of the personal estate of, #267.19.6, incl.
      silver spoons and books #1.15, and outstanding debts and bonds #115;
      made by Thomas Forman and John Fraizer; sworn to by Bridget Cook
      and John Campbell, two of the executors, 1711 Apr 02.
   n. w. 1718 April 10 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Rbe, Ray, Robert, of Freehold, yeoman; will of.
      Wife Jennit. Children: David, Elisabeth, Catherine, Margaret, Isabel,
      Mary. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix.
      Wit.: Richard Clarke, George Walker, John Campbell.
      1719 May 27 proved. Lib. A, p. 119, and Monmouth Wills
      1719 May 27. Inventory of the personal estate of, #206.10.11; made
      by Richard Clark, Thomas Combs and John Campbell; sworn to by his
      widow and executrix Jannett Rhe.
   n. w. 1721 Oct 05 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Creig, CrJlig, John, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Sons: James and Archibald; granddaughter Orsilla, daughter of
      Elisha Parker, late of Amboy, merchant. Only personal property divided.
      Exec.: son Archibald.
      Wit.: James Madoc, Margret Crawiord, John Campbell.
      1724 Nov 27 proved.  Lib. A, p. 313
      l>^25 . Inventory of the personal estate, #124.16.3, inch a Bible
      and a looking glass #1.16, a sermon book and "spectrelea" and psalter
      3S.9P., a bond for #110; made by Robert Newell and John Campbell.
   n. w. 1723 April 06 NJA_COW 1760-1730 1SV23.
      Davison, Davidson, William, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Margreat. Children: William, George, Robert, Andrew, John, Margreat,
      "cosine" Isobel Davison, grandson William Davison. Home farm, land bought
      of John Campbell, lying on the East side of Manalapon and adjoining
      Thomas Eadwards, do. bought of John Reid, next to preceding. Personal
      estate.
      Exec.: son William and William Clark.
      Wit.: Thomas Laton, Robert Campbel, Janet Laten.
      1723 Dec 21 proved. Lib. A, p. 278
      1723 April 19. Inventory of the personal estate, #157.19, incl. Bibles
      and other books los. ; made by Alexander Dove, Henry Perine and Jacob
      Jemison.
   n. w. 1723 Oct 12 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Combs, Thomas, of Freehold, carpenter; will of.
      Wife Elizabeth. Children: Robert, Rachel, Thomas, Joseph, Jonathan,
      John, Elizabeth; the sons all underage. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and Jonathan Hampton of Freehold, cordwainer.
      Wit.: George Walker, John Fenton, John Campbell.
      1724 May  27 proved.. Lib. A, p. 298, and Monmouth Wills
      1724 May: . Inventory of the personal estate, #92.12.6; made by
      Thomas Williams, George Walker and John Campbell.
   n. w. 1723 Not 25 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Romine, John, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.
      Administration- on the estate of, granted to John Pintard. Lib. A, p. 267
      1724 May 16. Inventory of the personal estate, #30.14.6, inch a large
      Dutch Bible 12s.; made by John Campbell, Samuel Layton and William
      Job. Sworn to by Jno. Paintard, principal creditor and administrator of
      the estate.
   n. w. 1723 Not 26  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Foruian, Thomas, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary. Daughter Rebeckah, wife of Gerard Edge, who has Mary and
      Daniel, son-in-law Isaac Forman; legacy to Benjamin Forman to Barr him of
      any Claim or Challenge to any part of my Estate as Heir at Law.
      Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and son-in-law Isaac Forman.
      Wit.: Charles Hub, Robert White, Jonathan Hutchins.
      1723 Dec 06 proved. Lib. A, p. 267
      1723 Dec 07 Inventory of the personal estate, #294.16.9'r, inch 3 silver
      spoons #i.i6, a Bible and another book los. ; made by John Campbell and
      Charles Hub, who note that there were given to Isaac Forman according to
      the last will of said Thomas: bonds, bills and book debts #2x0.1.6, and
      a negro boy #9.
   n. w. 1723-4 March 1 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Wilson, Willson, Peter, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife Mary (sole executrix). Children: John, who has son Peter, Peter,
      Martha. Home farm, land on Burlington Path, do. at Hopewell, Hunterdon
      Co., bought of Sam'l Hoffmire. Personal property.
      Wit.: Charles Cowvert (?;, Elizabeth Matteson, John Campbell.
      1724 May 28 mproved. Lib. A, p. 299
      1724 . Inventory of the personal estate (#696.3. i|, incl. bonds
      and bills #105.11.7;}, and 5 negroes #190); made by Aron Matison,
      Thomas Hankyson and John Campbell.
   n. w. 1727 Aug 14 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Tomson, Cornelius, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Mary. Children: John, Lewis, Thomas, Cornelius, Elisabeth, wife of
      Thomas Ellison, Elleanor, Rebekah and Ghertie, all under age, except
      Lewis and Elisabeth. Real and personal estate.  Home farm with a meadow,
      bought of John Hampton, farm in Freehold, bought of Tunis Covert.
      Exec.: the wife, son John and John Campbel Esq're.
      Wit.: John Morris, Rachel Job, Wm. Madock.
      1727 December 21 proved  Lib. 2, p. 4S7
   n. w. 1729 Apr 04 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      Cleayton, Clayton, David, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife Anna. Children: Abraham, David, John, Anne, wife of David Starkie,
      Margaret, wife of Joseph Taylor. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: the wife and sun David.
      Wit.: Thomas Fenton, John Tomson, John Campliell.
      1730 Aug 13 proved..
      Lib. B, p. 232
   n. w. 1731 Jan 22 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      WIIhoh, I'eter, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife. Sarah. Sons James, Thomas and Peter, each one-third of plantation
      whereon testator lives. Peter's share to include orchards and buildings.
      Exec.: brother-in-law, William Hankinson and Thomas Hankinson, Jr., both
      of Freehold, yeomen.
      Wit.: Aaron Matison, Daniel McKay, John Shaw.
      1731-2 Jan 22 Codicil. Son, Thomas, the orchard over the brook.
      Same witnesses.
      1731-2 Mar 13 proved. Lib. 3, p. 188.
      1732 May 30 Inventory (#163.0.4) includes gun. #1; two Bibles; negro man.
      Oliver, #70. Made by John Campbell, Aaron Mati.son. John Shaw (or Thaw).
   n. w. 1731 Feb 05 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30 XXX.
      Willson, Mary, of Freehold, Monmouth Co. Int.
      Adm'r, John Willson, of Freehold, yeoman, eldest son. Aaron MatiBon, of
      Freehold, yeoman, fellow bondsman. Lib. B, p. 242.
      1732 Mar 31 Inventory (#377.3.6) includes a half pike and sword (#1.4),
      Bible and some old books (#1.5), negroes Rose, Jack, June and Oliver
      (#150). Made by John Campbell, Joseph Newton, Joseph Taylor.
   n. w. 1744 May 0S NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30 XXX
      __pier. Alexander, of Freehold. Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Daughter, Elizabeth English, #100 due from John Smith, of Freehold,
      trader. Grandchildren: David Watson, Mary Buckalow, Euphon (wife of
      Joseph Smith), Margaret, Agnea and Elizabeth Wat.son, and Zilpah Smith.
      Grandson. John Napier, when of age, lands at Middletown Point and
      Mount Pleasant; if grandson dies under age, to grandson, David English.
      Exec.: son-in-law, David English, and friend John Henderson.
      Wit.: John Campbell. .lohn Irwin, James English, Joseph Ker.
      1744 February 05 proved.  Lib. D, p. 229.
      1744 Oct 05 Inventory (#237.7.5) includes bonds of James Napier and
      John Smith. Made by William Cowenhoven, John Irwin. Joseph Ker.
      *20140820 maybe sourcde of Cedar'le Napier - Napier.

John Cmpbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Campbell _
   n. w. 1744 Mar 10 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Hankinson, John, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Sisters, Hester Vankirk and Hanner Anderson. Cousin, An Cox, daughter of
      sister Lida.
      Wit.: Thomas Hankinson, Jr., Thomas Cox and John Campbell, Jr.
      1747 May 29 proved when Kenneth Anderson and William Vankirk, husbands of
      two of the legatees, were sworn as administrators with will annexed.
      John Campbell, Jr., yeoman, fellow bondsman. Lib. E, p. 47.
      1748 Apr 15 Inventory (#131.18.3) includes debts of Stephen Bogart,
      Joseph Wilson, William Madock, John Forman, Henry Van Hook and
      William Van Kerk. Made by David Rhe and John Henderson.
   n. w. 1763 Nov 23 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Covenhoven, Albert, of Monmouth Co. Int.
      Adm'rs  William Covenhoven and Mary Covenhoven, the father and widow
      of said Albert. Fellowbondsman: David Covenhoven; all of said Co.
      Wit.: John Heire, Jr., and William Lippincott, Jr.
      1763 Oct 26 Inventory, #234.11.6, made by William Wikoff and
      John Campbell. Lib. H, p. 369.1G
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary VanderRipe _ /will of her father Mathias.
   n. w. 1766 Sep IS NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII.
      Van Derripe, Mathias, of Freehold Twsp., Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Sons, John and Mathias, the plantation I live on. To son, Richard, #5.
      Daughter, Ann Boyce, #50. Daughter, Mary Campbell, one heifer. Daughter,
      Jane Van Derripe, #60. John and Mathias are to provide for my wife, Mary.
      Exec.: son, John, daughter, Jane, and my son-in-law, Adam Boyce.
      Wit.: Benjamin Clark, Benjamin Kallam, O. Herbert.
      1766 Nov 06 Proved.
      1771 Dec 21 Account filed by Adam Boice, one of the Exec.
      (The account of the inventory as filed, was #33.6.0). Lib. I, p. 19.
   n. w. 1768 Mar 30 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Robinson, Henry, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife, Anne, the lands that I got with her. My daughter, Charity, negro
      wench, named Catharine, which my father gave to me. My brother, Joseph, my
      watch. My apparel to the child that my wife is pregnant with, if it be a
      boy.
      Exec.: my wife, my father, James Robinson; and my friend,
      Nathaniel Scudder.
      Wit: John Campbell, William Cole, Peter Schenck.
      1768 Jun 16 Proved . Lib. I, p. 285.
   n. w. 1771 Oct 14 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Robinson, James, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., gentleman; will of.
      The new house that my daughter, Anne Robinson, lives in, and 3 acres of
      land to extend westward as far as the church lot, and eastward to the
      middle of the well, now used by the said house; and all the land I
      bought of James Graham, which contains 136 acres; and wood land I bought
      of Joseph Burdge, of 31 acres; also the house where I live, and the rest
      of the land; also 10 acres of woodland that I bought of Tunis Dennis;
      also 20 acres that I bought of David Rhea; also the 14 acres I bought of
      William Vanort; all to be sold. Daughter, Charity Jones, a negro woman.
      Rest of estate to be sold. Son Joseph's daughter, Mary, #150, which is
      to be put in the hands of my daughter, Jane Crage, and be used to bring
      her up. Daughter Jane Crage's son, James Robinson English, #50, when 21.
      Daughter, Jane Inglish, % of the remainder. Daugh- ter, Charity Jones, and
      the 5 children she has by her former hus- band, William Hendrickson, V2 of
        % part, and the other Vs to the 5 children. Granddaughter,
      Charity Robinson, daughter of my son, Henry, deceased, Vs when 20.
      Grandson, James Robinson, son of my son, Joseph, deceased, the rest.
      Exec. daughter, Jane Crage, my son-in-law, John Crage, and my friend,
      Peter Forman.
      Wit. John Campbell, Joseph Covenhoven, Thomas Leonard.
      1773 Jan 30 Proved. Lib. K, p. 518.
   n. w. 1777 Sep 28 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Vancleave, John, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      To my brother Richard's son, John, #10. Wife, Sarah,  the moveable estate.
      After death of wife, the real and personal to be sold, and money divided
      between all the children of my brothers, Richard and Benjamin (my brother
      Richard's son, John, excepted), and all the children of my sisters,
      Elizabeth, Alice, Nelly and Mary.
      Exec. John Vanderveer, Joshua Anderson, and my nephew,
      William Covenhoven, Jr.
      Wit. John Campbell, Keneth Anderson.
      1777 Nov 03 Proved. Lib. 19, p. 362.
   n. w. 1782 Apr 08 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Cook, John, of Monmouth Co. Int.
      Adm'r: Thomas Cook. Fellowbondsman: John Campbell; both of Freehold,
      said Co.
      Wit: Auke Wlkoff.
      1782 May 28 Inventory, #278.16.1, made by Kenneth Anderson, Jr.,
      and John Baird. Lib. 24, p. 137.
   n. w. 1783 Feb 28 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Campbell, John, Jr., of Freehold Township, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      All estate to be sold, and proceeds given to brothers, George W. Campbell
      and Duncan Campbell.
      Exec: brother, George W. Campbell.
      Wit: Hendrick Voorhees, John Rhea, Alexander Low.
      1783.Mar 31 Proved. Lib. 25, p. 10.
   n. According to Nick Cook's will John Campbell ia hia brother,
   n. w. 1785 Sep 23 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Cook, Nicholas, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; Will of.
      Wife, Elizabeth, use of real and personal estate. Sons, Thomas and George,
       #5. Son, David, my land. Granddaughter, Elizabeth Cook, #150.
      Exec.: sons, Thomas and David, and my brother, John Campbell.
      Wit.: William Dey, Jacob Smith, John Baird.
      1785 Nov 24 Proved.
      1785 Nov 12 Inventory, #1,240.6.8, made by William Dey and
      Kenneth Anderson, Jr. Lib. 27, p. 169.

   n. Johh, George W. Duncan are brothers. Freehold

George Campbell _
   n. w. 1766 Oct 11 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Davis, Thomas, of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Anne Davis, use of my lands and effects, while my widow. If I do
      not sell that land in Middlesex Co. which I bought of John Applegate, by
      deed of 1752 Dec 30, or any lands which I may have in Somerset Co., then
      they are to be sold. Daughter, Elizabeth Davis, #30. Then the money to bes
      given to my children, Thomas, John, Aaron, Benjamin, Moses, Joseph,
      Catharine, the wife of George Rhea, Anne, the wife of Peter Covenhoven,
      William and Elizabeth.
      Exec. sons, Thomas, of Somerset, and Moses, of Freehold.
      Wit. Abiel Akin, John Newell, George Campbell.
      1773 May 23 Proved  Lib. L, p. 182.
   n. w. 1784 Feb 24 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Forman, Peter, of Freehold, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Son, Jonathan, the farm he lives on. Son, William, the farm that
      Elisha Walton lives on, that was formerly Vankirk's. Son, Samuel,
      farm I live on, which I bought of John Williams. To Anne, #100.
      Daughter, Mary, #100. Daughter, Jean, #100. Daughter, Elinor, #100.
      Daughter, Helenor, #100. Daughter, Lidia, #100, when 21. The land
      that was formerly Joseph Throckmorton and Job Throckmorton to
      the 6 sisters.
      Exec.: Jonathan Forman, William Forman and David Forman.
      Wit.: Samuel Osborn, Nathaniel Scudder, George Campbell.
      1785.Nov 08 Proved.
      1785 Nov 08 Inventory, made by John Craig and Benjamin Covenhoven.
      Lib. 27, p. 157.

   n. Johh, George W. Duncan are brothers. Freehold

Duncan Campbell _
   n. w. 1794 Mar 13 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Walker, George, Jr., of Freehold, Monmouth Co.  Int.
      Adm'r: Aaron Forman Walker. Fellowbondsman: Duncan Campbell; both of said
      Co. Lib. 33, p. 425.
      1794 Sep 05 Inventory, #226.2.8 '/4 ; made by Jonathan Forman
      and Thomas Henderson. File 7149-7154M.

Benjamin Campbell _
   n. w. 1791 Nov 25 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Covenhoven, Joseph, of Lower Freehold Twsp., Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Daughter, Helena Longstreet (widow), that part of plantation east of barn
      adjoining William A. Covenhoven's and Michael Johnston's line; also, V2
      of woodland purchased of the estate of William Hankinson, dec'd; a negro
      boy named, Robin; a mare and 2 year old colt, my red cow and colt; also
      Vs of grain in ground and corn in crib and choice of beds and bedding;
      she to pay Vs of my debts. Son, John, rest and residue, he paying % of
      debts.
      Exec.: daughter, Helena Longstreet, and son, John Covenhoven.
      Wit.: Benjamin Covenhoven, Garrit Covenhoven, Benjamin Campbell.
      1792 May 29 Proved. Lib. 34, p. 329.
      1792 May 01 Inventory, #325.16.8; made by John Lloyd and David Rhea.
      File 6685-6692M.



George Campbell _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P306 L10.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Freehold Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George Campbell          /0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

William Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P306 L10.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Freehold Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW

William Campbell _
   bm 1800
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P308 L27.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Freehold Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 (William)________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R255 P255 L28.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Freehold Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 (Peter B.)_______________ 05-09MW
 (Amelia A.)______________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 (John T.)________________ 00-04MW
 (William)________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R456 P172A L34 229/247.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Freehold Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 02, John W. Bartleson, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 W^m Campbell               50M Farmer                15000NJ
 Hannah  "                  45F                            NJ
 Henry   "                  21M Farmer                     NJ
 Peter B.   "               19M  "                         NJ
 Amelia A.  "               16F                            NJ
 John T.    "               14F                            NJ       S
 William    "               11F                            NJ       S
 Maria      "                9F                            NJ       S

Jeremiah Campbell _
   bm 176_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P343
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Upper_Freehold Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jeremiah Campbell        /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW




                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO. , FREEHOLD END

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                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO. SHREWSBURY  BEGIN

John Cmmpbell _
   n. w. 1741 Oct li NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Throckmorton, John. of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife. Abigail. Mother, Sarah Throckmorton. Son, Job, land bought of
      John Williams; lot near W^intepeck Bog purchased by testator's father
      from Nathaniel Leonard; lot bought of Samuel Dennis; pine right purchased
      of Richard .\shfield. Son, John, land in Middlesex County purchased of
      Robert Lucting (?) and William Bradford in New York. Son, Joseph.
      Daughter. Mary Leonard. Son, James, under age. Daughters, Sarah, and
      Eliza, under age. Son.  Samuel.
      Exec.: brothers, Joseph and Job Throckmorton and Thomas Morford.
      Wit.: Parthenay Cook, William Nichols, Richard Saltar.
      1741 Nov 11 proved. Lib. C. p. 461.
      1741 Nov 10 Inventory ("John Throckmorton. Esqiuire'). #1259.3.7.
      Includes sword. 2 negro men. negro woman, negro boy (#180), 92 head
      of cattle. :i guns. Made by John Campbell. Jonathan and John Forman.
   n. w. 1752 Sep 25 NJA_COW 1751-1760 1SV32 XXXII
      Woolley, Rachel, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., widow; will of.
      Divides real and personal property between the following: Mary Lawrence,
      daughter of John and Mary Cambell, dec'd; Leah, daughter of John and Leah
      Den dec'd; Hannah, daughter of John and Elisabeth Field; William Lawrence,
      son of Mercy Field; the Indian School; Abigail Longstreet; Lydia Bordin;
      Mary, daughter of Parnell and Content Cleyton, dec'd; the Friends' Meeting
      at Shrewsbury (to make backs for the women's benches); Catherine, wife of
      Peter Knott; Mercy Field and her daughter Catherine Lawrence;
      Elisabeth Lewis and her son Lemuel; Rachel Hubbard, alias Yates; Hannah,
      daughter of John Williamson; Elisabeth, daughter of James and
      Mary Corliss; Mary, wife of Thomas Leonard; Hannah Vandeverton (the money
      for her to be left in the hands of Daniel Wainright to pay for her
      children's schooling); Richard Lawrence and daughter Catherine;
      Jedidah Wainright; Hannah Little; Jerushea and Lydia Wainwright;
      Catherine Knott, Jr., and her sister, Abigail Knott. Disposes of a lot in
      Perth Amboy, silver tankard, gold chain, and gold buttons.
      Exec.: Jerushea Wainright and David Knott.
      Wit.: Stephen West, Joseph West, Andria West, Sarah West.
      1754 Feb 25 Proved. Lib. F, p. 203.
      1754 Feb 25 Inventory, #292.14.9 1^, incl. silver tankard, #8;
      lookingglass, 5s.; a silver bodkin, 1/3; an "arethmetaick" book and
      another, 18s.; 2 pistoles at #2.18. York money, #3.2.6. light; a gold
      chain, #2; pair of gold buttons at #1.9. York, #1.11.3, light; bonds and
      notes, #227.12.3; made by Webley West and Stephen West; Sarah West
      assisting in the appraisal of the clothing.

John Campbel _
   n. w. 1779 Sep 29 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Forsyth, John, of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., salt maker. Int.
      Adm'rs John Campbell, John Hall and Thomas Napier; all of said Co.
      Wit. Rachel Henderson and Thomas Henderson.
      1779 Oct 08 Inventory, #3,705.11.5, made by William Jackson and
      Garret Longstreet.
      1782 Mar 27 Account by Thomas Napier, one of the Adm'rs.  Cash paid
      John Campbell, one of the Adm'rs, for sundry accounts, which were taken by
      the enemy, #72.17.3.  Lib. 22, p. 16; Lib. 24, p. 137.


Joseph Campbell _
   bm 1809
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1812
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R255 P276 L31.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Campbell          /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Joseph)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Mary)___________________ 20-29FW
 (________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 (Angeline)_______________ 05-09FW
 (Susan)__________________ 05-09FW
 (Maria)__________________ 00-04FW
 (Martha)_________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R456 P20A L10 264/287.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 21, .. L. Fleming?, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Campbell            41M Blacksmith             1500NJ
 Mary                       38F                            NJ
 Angeline                   18F                            NJ
 Susan                      16F                            NJ
 Maria                      14F                            NJ       S
 Martha                     10F                            NJ       S
 Rich^d                      9M                            NJ       S
 Jane                        7F                            NJ
 Leander                     3M                            NJ
 Mary E.                     1F                            NJ

William Campbell _
   bm 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R456 P19A L35 256/270.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep __, __ ______ Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Kershane?  ?               57M None                       ENG
 Ann                        49F
 H?                         18F
 Martha                     16F
 Richard                    14M
 Cartwright                 12M
 Thomas                     12M
 W^m Campbell               28M Blacksmith                 ENG


                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO., SHREWSBURY END

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                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO. HOWELL BEGIN


Jannet Campbell _
   mm 1744 Sep 29 John Watson _, both of Monmouth. NJA P83.

Jane Campbell _
   mm 1767 Jun 05 Cornelius Boice _ of Monmouth. NJA P83.

Mary Campbell _
   mm 1748 Apr 11 Hugh McCallum _, both of Monmouth. NJA P83.

John Campbell _
   bm 178_
   mf
   bf 179_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P277 L21.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Campbell            /1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

William Campbell _
   bm 1802
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary
   bf 1804
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R80 P277 L20.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (William)________________ 20-29MW
 (Mary)___________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R255 P179 L7.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Campbell         /1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (William)________________ 40-49MW
 (Mary)___________________ 30-39FW
 a________________________ 15-19FW
 b________________________ 10-14MW
 (Richard)________________ 05-09MW
 (Nathan)_________________ 05-09MW
 (Henry)__________________ 00-04MW
 (Adeline)________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R456 P129B L24 407/407.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 09, D. W. Barclay, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Campbell           48M Farmer                 1800NJ
 Mary      "                46F                            NJ
 Richard   "                20M                            NJ
 Nathan    "                18M                            NJ
 Henry     "                14M                            NJ       S
 Adaline   "                12F                            NJ       S
 Margaret  "                 6F                            NJ       S
 with Mary

   b              b              b              b              b

   b              b              b              b              b


Neal Campbell _
   bm 1811
   mf ____ ___ __ Edney
   bf 1803
   n. Lord Neil Campbell (Deputy Governpr) 1686-1687.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R255 P179 L23 L18.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Neal Campbell            /2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (neal)___________________ 20-29MW
 (Edney)__________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 (Elizabeth)______________ 05-09FW
 (Martha)_________________ 05-09FW
 (Freeman)________________ 00-04MW
 (Hiram)__________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R456 P128B L3 387/387.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Howell Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 09, D. W. Barclay, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Neil Campbell              39M Ceartin                 400NJ
 Edney  "                   37F                            NJ
 Elizabeth  "               18F                            NJ
 Martha "                   16F                            NJ
 Freeman  "  ?              15M                            NJ       S
 Hiram    "                 12M                            NJ       S
 Caroline  "                 8F                            NJ       S
 Ann      "                  5M                            NJ       S
 Adele  "                    4F                            NJ
 with Edney

   b              b              b              b              b

   b              b              b              b              b

                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO. HOWELL END

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                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO., MIDDLETOWN BEGIN


   n. w. 1712-3 Mar 17.  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Watson, Peter, junior, of Middletown. Inventory
      of the personal estate of (#142.6.2); made by Robert Gillchrist, Andrew
      Redford and John Brown. Sworn to by Peter Watson, administrator,
      Nov, II, 1713.
      1715 Oct. 14. Additional inventory by Peter Watson, giving debts
      due to the estate by Obadiah Boun, vJiias. Gordon, Mathias Verbrick,
      John Campbell, Charles Jalje, David Johnston, James Edward, Samuel
      Bivil], Thomas Hankison, Derik Tice, Thomas Roberts, Thomas Combs,
      Thomas Hervi, Alex. Dove, Richard Watson, Thomas Alisone, James
      Craig, Samuel Forman, John Broun, Thomas Allin, Ben. van Clive,
      Abram Rumax, Thomas Chirie, John Hutton, Wm. Estill, Wm. Davi-
      sone, James Stout, Cobus and Peter Romane, Ben, Stout, John Costin,
      Wm. Clerk, John Reid senior, John Morfit, Thomas Tan ton, Joseph
      Malat, Joseph Murgane, Charles Hubs, Wm. Hay, James Wmsone, John
      Hampton, Dugall McCalum, Robert Barclay, John Cleminger, Edward
      Tailor, Alex'r Steward, John Romane, Thomas Smith shoemaker, Wm.
      Wilkisone, Margrat Whitlock, Abram Peterson, John Fragmorton,
      Thomas Boells, Gershom Wallen, John Whitlock, Thomas Canaan, John
      Whitlock junior, Richard Mount, Lewis Nisbit, Joseph Dasat, John Apl-
      gate, Andrew Hampton, Gideon Craford, Richard Pipinger, John Stout,
      John Peirce. Monmouth Wills
      1715 Oct. 14. Account of the estate by Peter Watson, showing pay-
      ments to Thomas Clerk for widow Glencros, John Habron,: van Hook,
      Androw Burnet, widow Clerk, John Baird, Wm. Paron, Thomas Gordon,
      Arie Benit, George Malet, John Frasie, Richard Stilwell, John van Horn,
      Robert Wats, John Johnstone and Wm. Bradford.
      1716 Nov. 4. Addition to the account of the estate, by Peter Wat-
      son, showing payments to John Habron, William Barent, Samuel Leonard,
      Georg Job, Thomas Foreman and Thomas Clark as well as receipts from
      John McCallum and Marey Hampton.
   n. w. 1714 Sept. 14. NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23
      John Bowne, of Mattawan, Middletown, Monmouth Co., merchant; will of.
      Wife Frances receives #400 in right of dowry. Sister Sarah Saltar,
      Gershom Mot, Joseph Dennis, Jeremiah White, Thomas Saltar, Jno. Saltar,
      Hannah Lincon and William Hartshorne's three oldest children, legacies of
      plate, furniture and money; the rest of the real and personal estate is
      left to brothers Obadiah Bowne and Richard Saltar, who are also made
      executors.
      Wit.: James Paul, Joseph Dennes, Marget Commen, who in proof of will
      April 11, 1716, is called Morgaret Frazer, formerly Cummen.
      Lib. A, pp. 10, 27
      1716 April 9. Inventory of the personal estate of (#16982.5.0, of which
      #403.7.6 are household goods, &c., incl. 143^ oz. of plate, #57.6.0,
      and a negro man, #45; the rest mortgages, bonds and book debts, the
      mortgagors being: Daniel Applegate, Abram Covertt, Peter van Deventer,
      John Throckmorton, William Wilkins, Lewis and Dorothy Nissbitt, John
      Ruckman, Ambrose Still, Thomas Fenton, Thomas Warne, Benjamin
      Cooper, Albert Amerman, John Bond, William Montgomery, Jacob Compton,
      Cornelius Thomson, Moidecai Gibbons, Daniel Karkett,
      Thomas Williams, the Kearneys, James Grover, Aria Marteson, Thomas
      Edwards, John Job, Benjamin Coleman, James Craig, Kob't Barclay,
      Chas. Hubbs, Johannes Smock and Aaron Robins; the bond debtors are:
      Thomas Johnson, John Reid, Esq're; John Hogland, Jacob Lambert,
      Rich'd and Wm. Cheesman, Samuel Leonard, John Wail, John Powel,
      Thomas Sharp, Tho: Ilarvy, Tho: Shepherd, Wm. Parent, Eden Burrows,
      Mathias Corneliuson and Cornelius van Horn, Joseph Gardiner and Benj.
      Borden, Richard James, John Hampton, John Cole, Cornelius Dome,
      Tho. Cherry, Benj. van Cleave, Rich'd Stout, Andrew Race, John Oke-
      son, Peter White, Curat Bowler, Richard Pulinger, Alex'r Willson and son
      John, Edrn. Lafetro, And'w Layton, Derick Tyssen, Rich'd Applegate,^-^
      Rob't Pattison, Capt. John Willson, Joseph Dorsett, Jacobus Romine,
      Benj. Kellum, Wm. Estell, Wm. Robinson, Tho: Elisoii, Alex'r Stewart, ^.-^
      John Fraizer, Wm. W^inter, Peter Tilton and Wm. Hunt, John Peterson,
      John Bowne; cordwainer; John Winter, Nicholas Havens, Ruth Embley,
      Crine Janseu and John van Metre, John Lawrence, Tho: Canaan, Tho.
      Taylor, Dan. Tilton, Peter Buckaloo, John Kinly, Tho: Combs, Tho:
      Mount, John Reid, son of James; Joseph Throckmorton, Rich'd Jobs,
      Wm. Hartshorne, John Piere and 2 sons; W^alter Kerr, Tho:Wallen, Wm.
      and Isaac Truax, John Farrar, Safety Borden, Ephr. Terrill, Rich'd
      Clark, Jacob van Dorn, John Mount, Peter Blacktield, Henry Herbert,
      Steven Philips, Henry Bell, Joseph and James Lawrence, Richard Stanley,
      Wm. Hay, Abner Hughs, John Whitlock, Rob't Hutchison, John Nichol-
      son, Joseph Applegate/llenry and Bartholomew Marsh, Jonathan Ruck-
      man, Aria Borum, Tho. Stillwell, Chas. Jolly, Jacob Applegate/'Abram
      Peterson, Alex'r Nepair, Tho: Hamt^n, Daniel Ketcham, Tho: Applegate,
      Dugle Mekallum, George Malatt, Benj. Stout, Jean Jones, formerly Smith;
      Joseph Ashton, Wm. Taylor, Abr. Ernans, Bates for Killaem at X Wicks,
      Rich'd Stout, of Shrewsbury, Sam. Child, Rich'd Soaper, Peter Tyssen,
      Sam. Hophmire, Tho. Williams, Lewis Morris, Wm. Shearman, Abram
      Remmock, John Smith, John Clevenger, George Jobs, Samuel Willit and
      Samuel Willit, junior; Tho. Bills, junior; Levy Brookfield, Walter Wall,
      Mathyas, George and Richard Mount, John Taylor, John Vaughan,
      junior; John Romine, John Emons, Geo. Taylor, Tho. Hankison, Rich'd
      and Nath'l Wood, Joseph Plall, Caleb Allen, of Squan; Isaac Buckaloo
      and Joseph Evens, Gershom Wallen, Wm. Job, John van Kirk, James Job,
      Hugh Reid, Tho. Smith, of South River; Andrew Johnson, John Mekal-
      lum, Moses Ro'oiiis, James Williamson, Samuel Ruckman, Jonathan
      Jusly, Rich'd Lippincott, Christ'n Yeomans, Wm. Brindley, Richard
      Morris, John Coston, Wm. Bowne, Joseph West, of Squan; Samuel Hull,
      James Paterson, John Cox, Wm. Layton, Samuel Thropp, Tho: Jones,
      John Reid, junior; Aria Bennet, Simon van Noortdick, Sarah Leonard,
      John Estell, Tho: Millage, Rich'd Mount, junior; Tho: Shreeve, John
      Waren, Andrew and John Pierce, John Ghisbertson, Daniel Stillwell,
      Robert Frost, Samuel Whitehead, Joseph Hern, Juda Allen, Anthony
      Sadowsky, James Borden; Richard Swan, the sadler; John Morford, John
      Kingberry, Nathaniel Stillwell, James Frost, George Guinap, James Hide,
      John Collins, John Newman, Ell)ert Williamson and Gabriel Still; book
      debts due by; Richard James, junior; Joseph Haviland, Joseph Brittain,
      Wan Daro, Alex'r Clark, Cornelius Covenhoven, Abram Watson, widow
      Reynolds, Humphry Salisbury, Hester Leonard, John Beard, Joseph
      Goldin, Samuel Turner, Arent van Hook, John Nessmith, Alex'r Scovy,
      Joseph Parker, Tho: Hammon, John James Still, Col. John Anderson,
      Tho. Herbert, James Bowne, Tho: Barker, John Reynold, Henry Swift,
      Trustrom Allen, Anne Waller, Valentine Weaver, Gideon Crawford, Re-
      bekah Throckmorton, Jacob Wecoff, Wm. Thorn, Ephr. Potter, John Pew,
      John Newman, junior; Monteth Noel, Ellas Peltro, Hugh Hartshorne, Law-
      rence van Hook, David Stout, W^n. Lawrence, Tho: Smith, David John-
      stone^ Daniel Robins, Rachell Bell or Stone, Tho: Davies, Steven Coll-
      vin, Elias Stillwell, Samuel Swain, Rich'd Soaper, junior; John Williams,
      junior; Samuel Foreman, Benj. Johnson, Charity Cheesman, Doctor John
      Johnstone, Rob't White, Johannes Race, Wm. Hay, John Campbell, John
      Whitlock, junior; Wm. Wood, Hannah Loggige, Geo. Parker, Aaron
      Right, Nicholas Osborne, Elisabeth Lawrence, John's daughter; Remem-
      brance Lippincott, Gilbert Stewart, Andrew Frcnoe, Tho: Halton, John
      Hatten, John Leonard, sen.; John Willson, Sandysson, Samuel Vaughan,
      Mary Hamton, John Ashton, Jeremiah Bennet, Joseph Lippincott, Wm.
      Corless, Henry Leonard, Johannes Vantine, John Ward, Walter Wall,
      junior, Mary Herbert, Samuel Tillton, Phil. Edwards, Tho. Collyer, Pre-
      serve Lippincott, Sarah Letts, Capt. John Willson, John Allen Li^r
      tie, Benj. Kelly, Joseph Lawrence, John Reid, minor; Benj. Cooper,
      Alex'r Stewart, Capt. Jeremiah Stillwell, John Chamberlain, John Whit-
      lock, John Corlis, Tho: Gillton, Rich'd Elseton, John Serjeant, Wm. Wil-
      lit, Dorothy Simpson, John Nicholson, Tho: Walldrum, Robert Pattison,
      James Seabrook, Tho: Morgan, Tho: Collins, John Morford, junior;
      Tho: Boels, Nathaniel Jostin, Daniel Hall, John Audley, Nath'l and
      Joseph Parker, Samuel Harker, John Winter, Samuel Layton, John Sea-
      ger, Hanna Willit, junior; Joseph Brittain, junior; Obadiah Winter,
      Thomas van Dike, Wm. Clark, Robert Mojjtgomery, Samuel Parks, John
      Arimuck, Wm. Lawrence, junior; Alice Haselberry, Samuel Stout, Jacob
      Bell, Joseph Morgan, Abram Tetsworth, Robert Watts, Edward Woolley,
      Nicholas Hellens, Tho: Harker, Derick and John Zutphen, Gawin Wat-
      son, Wm. Thompson, Tho: Newman, Wm. Everingham, Abram Wandall,
      Francis Letts, Archibald Craig, Mercy Potter, Hugh Tankins, Edw.
      Wheeler and John Hutchison, John Thropp, Elisabeth Watson, Geo.
      Thompson, Tho: Potts, Rob't Feak, Nicholas Saltar, Christian Peterson,
      John Chapman, John Lemming, Tho: Redford, John Vicars, Tho: Sutton,
      John Kerr, Hendrick Ghulooke, Peter Watson, junior; Capt. Wm. Bond,
      Andrew Willson, Richard Osborne, Henry Mills, Francis and Richard
      Borden, Cornelius Comton, Anne Reid, \Vm. Redford, Hugh Raid, Rich-
      ard Stevenson, Daniel Holeman, Rob't Armstrong, John French,
      Margaret Campbell, Timothy Loyd, Noah Hamton, Mary Ashiy and daughter,
      Samuel Williams, John West, of Squan; Joseph Parker, John Brown,
      David Hilldrith, Mary Whitlock, Jeremiah Bennet, Solomon Hall, Peter
      Tyssen, Abram Depister, Tho: Jostlin, Aria Longstrot, John West, Tho:
      Morford, of Cranberry; Wm. Purdy, Tho. Jewel, David Kent, Benj, Rob-
      ins, Chas. Matthew, James Bollen, John Codington, Joseph Hollman,
      Cliureal Roberts, John Ireland, Joseph Stout, of Squan; James Stout, of
      Crosswicks, Isaac Johnson, James Willson, Ruth Lippincott, Alice Jones,
      Francis Herbert, Adam Woolley, Jacobus Venevoss, John Combs, Joseph
      Taylor, John LawrefTce, junior; Benj. Funnel, Robert Imlay, Obadiah
      Bowne, Robert Drummond, Emanuel Woolley, Wm. Lipjnncott, Sam.
      Child, Paul Rickout, Rich'd Soaper, Wm. Hankius, Benj. Hall, Nathan-
      iel Leonard, Chas. Morgan, Tho: Williams, Peter Sonmans, Tho: Smith.
      of Crosswicks; John Smith, Ralph Allen Lame, Richard Hand, Nicholas
      Coitrill, Col. Robert Hunter, Matthyas Verbrochel, Tho: Foreman,
      Nathaniel Bills, Samuel Blackford, Tho: Morford, Wm. White, Joseph
      Paterson, Richard White, Hannah Killmaster or Ashmore, Barns Lam-
      bert, Robert Grainger, Samuel Cole, John Covenhouen, Allin Coldwell,
      John Taylor, John Estill, Jonathan Hilldrith, Jonathan Borden, Mark
      Ford, Tho. Gordon, Esq're, Wequehalye, Mordecai Linkhorn, Jacob
      Compton, Daniel Conell, Phil. Truax, James Lowry, Chas. Buckworth,
      John Campbell, junior; James Leith, Peter Johnson, Samuel Barrel
      (? Burrel), May Bickley, Anne Stewart, Hannah Rattle, Samuel Wild-
      goose, John Chambers, junior, of X Weeks, Antony Linch, Mary Davies,
      Derick Barkloo, John J'leming, Rich'd White, Peter Cosener, Edward
      Mason, Abram Ketteltass, Pescocham, Mary Billop, Joseph Fairchild,
      David Curtiss, John Mackoy, Kisses, Barns Dunn, Ichabod Smith, Alex'r
      Griffith, Tho: Herse, Geo. Dunkin, Prudence Limming, John Obenoe,
      Pelopec, old Major Jack, Rich'd, John and Thomas Saltar, Geo. Smith,
      Alex'r Bews (?), Henry Johnson, John Wareford, Richard Brittain, Wm.
      Brookfield, Andrew Philips, James Peeatt, Betty Frost, Henry Cole, Taw-
      akwhekon, Caleb Allen, Josias Lambert, John Parkison, Mary Green, Tho:
      Farmer, John van Deventer, Red; John White, Robert Burnett, Johannes
      Harden Brook, Miles Foster, Richard Stillwell, Charity Haviland, Ed-
      ward Hardman, Bimelech Hudson, Simon Brest, Shelalon, George, the
      Indian; Jcfcseph Hern, John Salton, Wm. Simpson, Tho: Rolserts, Lewis,
      the Indian; Wm. Naughty, Wm. Leeds, Tho. Wadle, Tho: Pope, John
      Brown Lowry's man, Pelowash, James Hide, John Crandall, Peter Todd,
      John Matthews, Wm. Tillton, James Patten, Walter Thong, John Baker,
      John Crawford, Nathaniel Dowglass, John Fish, John Havens, Ben Hich,
      Whokengapet, Jacob Burch, Roger Jones, John Crook, Wm. Bradford, Wm.
      Redford, junior; David Harrod, Aria Rowleson, Richard Gibson, John
      Pain, Ponce Delaree, Randall Simons, Tho: Webley and Dick Hankisou.
      Appraisers: Wm. Lawrence, Joseph Dorsett, Jan Schenck and Garret
      Schenck. Sworn to by Obadiah Bowne and Richard Saltar, executors.
      . Lists (two) of bonds, mortgages and goods, belonging
      to the estate of Capt. John Bowne in the hands of Richard Saltar, men-
      tioning Wm. Clark, George Bate, Daniel Harkcut, Richard Lecone, Rich-
      ard and Benjamin Kirby, John Chenoath, Mordecai, Lincon, John Saltar
      and David Stout, and 2 lawbooks out of 4, vizt: Dalton's Justice of the
      Peace and Kilburn's Justice. /
      1716 April II. Frances Bowne, widow of John, enters through her
      attorney, Thomas Gordon, a renunciation of the #400, left her by her
      husband's will, and demands of the estate what the law allows her.



Charles Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R255 P329 L22.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Middleton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Campbel          /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW


Lawrence Campbell _
   n. w. 1749 Oct 02 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Field, Joneph, of Middletown township, Monmouth Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Mercy. Sister Charity's son, Joseph Heyt.  Sister Jamimee's two
      sons, Thomas and William Betts. Brother-in-law, Joseph Newton, who has
      children. "My beloved child, Mary Lawrence Campbell, daughter of John and
      Mary Campbell, both deceased." Brother, Thomas Field, who has children.
      William Field, son of brother Thomas.
      Exec.: wife, brother-in-law Richard Betts, John Bowne, Justice, and
      Richard Fitz Randolph.
      Wit.: Pr. Le Conte, William Lawrence Carpenter, Henrich Gugluts,
      Rachel Wooley, Margaret Lawrence.
      1749 Nov. 3 proved. Lib. E, p. 361
      1749 Nov 15 Richard Betts, of Newtown, New York, renounced right of
      executorship before Joseph Sackett, of Queens County, New York.
      1749 Nov 29. Inventory of the estate, #160.10.6 ; made by Elias Coven-
      hoven and John Tipple.

   n. w. 1759 Aus 01 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Throckmorton, Joseph, of Middletown, Monmouth Co.; will of.
      Wife [not named]. Children: John (under age), Rebecca, Alice, Catherine
      and Mary. Children of daughters Sarah, Ann and Patience.
      Exec.: son. Job Throckmorton, and John Campbell, Jr., both of Freehold
      Township.
      Wit.: John Stout, Jonathan Stout and John Mount, Jr.
      1759 Aug 13 proved.  Lib. G, p. 100.
      1759 Aug 24 Inventory, #435.17.11, incl. bonds, #127.2.5; books; a negro
      man, woman and child, #115; made by Jared Morford and Thomamont.


George Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __
   n. George, BLW #2062-450, srv as a Surgeon for Norfolk Troops, warrant was
      issued 1834 Sep 08 to V. Ellis for benefit of William Campbell & others,
      sols ~ bro William Campbell appl 1834 May 27 Monmoutb Co., NJ & states s
      l d leaving children of his dec'd Benjamin Campbell, towit; John,
      William, Benjamin & Hannah Campbell, Eleanor wife of Pierrau Thompson &
      Catharine Campbell also children of sol's dec'd sis Rachel Fetters,
      towit; John, William, George, Rachel, Mary, Elizabeth, Henrietta, Rebeca,
      Emily, Nancy & Margaret Fetters also the deponent who was a ~ bro to
      Benjamin Campbell & Rachel Fetters

                                 NJ, MONMOUTH CO., MIDDLETOWN END


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                                 NJ, GLOUCESTER CO. BEGIN

   n. w. 1793 Nov 20 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Somers, Richard, Sr., of Great Eggharbour, Gloucester Co.; will of.
      Wife, Sophia, her Vs of personal estate. Eldest son. Constant, plantation
      whereon he now lives, called Job Point, consisting of land and meadows
      purchased of Job Somers and David Manery on the mouth of Great Eggharbour
      River and on the mouth of Cedar Swamp Creek; also 150 acres of meadow at
      Turkeho between Turkeho River and Middle River (held by testator by
      father's will and deed of sale from the Sheriff) ; also 100 acres on
      Peck's Beach (resurvey made to testator's father) ; also right in Garret's
      Island (held by Sheriff's deed), and fishing ground in the bay below
      Job Point and to southwest of the range of the Island between John Somer's
      and point of Peck Beach; also ^^ of land purchased of Frederick Steelman
      adjoining on the southwest side of main road leading from Cedar Swamp
      bridge to May's Landing, and the whole of a survey adjoining on Cats road;
      also cedar swamp on notheast branch of South River below Lummes Crossway
      and John Somers' cedar swamp (purchased from the Sheriff). Daughter,
      Sarah Somers, land and mill-pond swamp purchased of John Price with Vz of
      saw mill; also lands adjoining the Mill Branch and Joseph Sutten's and
      Hezekiah Ireland's land and lands formerly surveyed to Samuel Collins;
      also ^ of lands purchased of Frederick Steelman adjoining on the southwest
      side of main road leading from Cedar Swamp Bridge to May's Landing (the
      lower and southeastmost part) adjoining Peter Frambes land; also \^ of
      cedar swamp on Gravelley Run; also M of my right on Peck's Beach (50
      acres), and privilege to fish fowl and oysters on rights in the Bay; also
      100 acres of meadow between Turkeho River and Middle River. Son, Richard
      homestead plantation adjoining John Somers' land on southwest and
      John Steelman's land on the northeast; also land and marshes surveyed
      below in Greggoreas Bay and adjoining the channel of Eggharbour River and
      Lazah Harbour and Edmund Somers' survey at the Hamack and Anchoring Point;
      also 300 acres adjoining Eggharbour Inlet; also ^ of rights on Peck Beacha
      aa (50 acres), 100 acres in Turkeho meadows, % of cedar swamp on Gravelly
      Run and 100 acres purchased of Benjamin Rue in company with Thomas Somers,
      on road leading from Blackman's Meeting House up the river. To said
      children, Constant, Sarah and Richard, all lands in Pennsylvania, (2,025%
      acres), and 7 tracts northwest side of the River Ohio near Fort Pitt,
      containing 2,119^/4 acres (being a part of the lands for the redemption of
      the Certificates of Depreciation) ; also a corner lot 100x90 feet at Eight
      and Calohill Streets; the same to be equally divided between them.
      Remainder of lands and mills to be sold: consisting of 5 or 6 hundred
      acres northwest side of South river where saw mill stands, % of mill on
      south side of the pond and dam; also 380 acres up said river adjoining
      aid tract, both purchased of the Sheriff; also 3 pieces of cedar swamp on
      Great Run surveyed to Samuel Risley and purchased of James Steelman, 9
      acres of marsh purchased of Daniel Scull and 95 acres purchased of the
      Sheriff on southeast side of Miry Run, and 200 acres I took up on Miry
      Run adjoining same, and 70 acres between Aaron Somers' mill and Miry Run
      (formerly called Packers), and my lands on Gravelley Run and low grounds
      of Badcock Creek (between 8 and 9 hundred acres), and a tract of swamp
      between Snell's place and the river (67 acres), and lands above Mount
      Hone on the up shore road where Nehemiah Beebe lives, and land adjoining
      Cammels land on said road (300 acres), and land lately purchased of
      Thomas Armet where James Camther now lives formerly called Charles old
      place surveyed for 100 acres to George Steelman, and 50 acres of iron
      ore swamp and other tracts which were sold by the Execs of Philip Scull,
      dec'd, and 200 acres late the estate of Thomas English (only excepting the
      2nd tract which I had agreed with Richard Price for my Vs of that tract),
      and 52 acres I purchased of James Veree adjoining the Society and
      John Somers' land which takes South River Bridge, and 50 acres on the
      point of Sandhill beach purchased of James Veree, and V2 of cedar swamp
      on a branch of Nacot Creek in Galloway near where Gibsons live. Monies
      from sale of said lands to go into personal estate; wife, Vs and the
      3 children, the other %, to be divided between them.  Daughter, Sarah to
      have a room in house while single.
      Exec: wife, Sophia, and the 3 children. Constant, Sarah and Richard Somers
      Wit.: Samuel Risley, John Scull, Sr, and John Somers, Sr.
      1795 Apr 20 Proved. Lib. 35, p. 288; File 1981H.

Charles Campbell _
   bm 178_
   mf 1806 Apr 26 Jemima Acey _. NJ_BuCMR P41.
   bf 1790
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R81 P172 L13.
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Weymouth Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Camble           /0 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 (Charles)________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P60 L25.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jemimah Cammill          /0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Jemimah_________________ 40-49FW
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 (William)________________ 20-29MW
 (Mary)___________________ 15-19MW
 (Eliza)__________________ 15-19FW
 (Jane)___________________ 10-14FW
 (Sarah)__________________ 10-14FW
 (Martha)_________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P102B L18  96/96.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 18, Mackay Williams, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jemima Cammel              60F Widdo                      NJ
 William                    31M Laborer                 600NJ
 Eliza                      30F                            NJ
 Martha                     17F                            NJ
 Jane                       23F                            NJ
 Mary                       27F                            NJ
 Sarah                      23F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P268D     2564
      7J, Atlantic Co., Weymouth p.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jemimah Campbell              F 90   Self        W House Keeping                                     US          NJ          nj
 Eliza Campbell                F 45   Other     s   Seamstress                                        NJ

   n. Eliza Campbell bf 18230 in Weymouth, NJ.
      df 1898 Dec 31 at 78 in Weymouth, Atlantic Co., NJ. MS unkjnown
      FS.O  B06630-0 FBP MBP U. S.
 with Jemimah (nee Acey
   Charles _
   b1809          b              b              b              b


Charles Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P51 L24.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Chrels Campbell          /1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW

Asbury Campbell _
   bm ____ ___ __ to David Campbell _ et ux Jemimah
   mf 1861 Sep 21 Elizabeth Anderson _ NJ_CuCMR P112.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Alexander Anderson _ et ux Elizabeth

Charles Campbell _
   bm 1809 in NJ.
   mf 1839 May 26 Jemimah Steelman _
   bf 1813
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R247 P60 L26.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Cammell          /1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Charles)________________ 30-39MW
 (Jemimah)________________ 20-29FW
 (To..??)_________________ 00-04MW
 (Luke M)_________________ 00-04FW
   n. Hannah Elizabeth Campbell bf 1848 Mar 09 to Charles Campbll et ux Gemima
      at GibsonCreek, Atlantic Co., NJ
      FS.O  C05076-4
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P102A L26  94/96.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 18, Mackay Williams, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Cammel             42M Farmer                     NJ
 Jemima                     37F                            NJ
 To..ay                     17M Laborer                    NJ
 Luke M.                    15M                            NJ       S
 Thomas                     10M                            NJ       S
 Charles                     8M                            NJ       S
 ????                        6M                            NJ       S
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R       P107  768
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Charles Campbell           51M                            NJ
 Jemimah Campbell           46F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R770  V    E    P214C L  3181
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Weymouth
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jemimah Campbell              F 67   Self        W Keeping House                                     NJ          IRE         NJ
 Hannah E. Campbell            F 30   Dau                                                             NJ          IRE         NJ
 Frederich Ervin               M 20           NJ

 with Jemimah
   Samuel _       Hannah E       Francis -      Mary Laire _   Martha _
   b1845          b18490309      b18501207      b18530423      b18550122

   n. 2006/05/20 12:45:24 Sat 140 1148147124
      Campbell_NJ1850_monoline

Henry Campbell _
   bm 1828
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P65A L20  932/953.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 03, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jane Morris                31F                            NJ
 Benjamin  "                12M                            NJ       S
 Joseph    "                11M                            NJ       S
 Elisabeth "                 5F                            NJ       S
 George Clark               30M Blacksmith                 NJ
 Henry Campbell             22M Shoemaker                  Ireland

Neoma Campbell _
   bf 1824
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P50,51   R442 P70A L16  1000/1023.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Moore              39M Manager                1000PA
 Jerusha   "                38F                            PA
 Higena    "   (Alexana)    13F                            PA       S
 Martin V. B. "             11M                            PA       S
 William   " ,Jr.            8M                            PA       S
 Samuel A. "                 6M                            PA       S
 Anauw ?oarce, Jr.          26M Clerk                   900PA
 Neoma Campbell             26F                            NJ
 Louisa Randolph            18F                            NJ
 Eliza Baty                 25F                            NJ

                                 NJ, GlOUCESTER CO. END
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                                 NJ, HUNTERDON CO. TRENTOM  BEGIN

Archibald Campbell _
   n. w. 1732 May 29 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Severns, John, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Frances, use of new house and lot in Trenton, adjoining
      Samuel Johnson. Son, Benjamin. Son, Theophilus, said house in Trenton
      after mother's decease. Daughter, Margaret Seanders. Testator's dwelling
      and lot, and a fifty acre lot near the town, bought of Staniland, to be
      sold.
      Exec.: wife, and friends Alexander Lockart and James Neilson, both of
      Trenton.
      Wit.: Robert Tindall, William Pierson, Jonathan Davis.
      1732 Jul 10 proved.  Lib. 3, p. 202.
      1732-3 Mar 04 Inventory of estate, "as appears by a list of debts as they
      now stand upon his book," viz. : Johanners Anderson (Enoch's son),
      Joshua Anderson, Jr., Richard Alison, Richard Arnold, Simon Akers,
      William Allen of Maidenhead, Thomas Akerby, John Abbott, John Anderson
      (Joshua's son), Enoch Anderson. Jr., Joshua Anderson, Sr., William Allen
      of Hopewell, Richard Armstrong. John Anderson, mason, Eliakim Anderson of
      Hopewell, Samuel Anderson of Maidenhead, Abraham Anderson (widow's son),
      Christopher Akley, Bartholomew Anderson, John Amons of Amwell,
      Ananias Allen, Robert Allison, Ralph Ashton, David Adams, William Arden,
      Thomas Allen, Samuel Allen of Amwell, Eliakim Anderson (Enoch's son),
      James Abernathy, Andrus Anderson, Abraham Anderson (Joshua's son),
      John Axford. Jacob Bellerjeau, Ed- ward Barbour. Peter Bard, John Brown,
      Joseph Brittain, John Burroughs, Samuel Bonham. William Bryant of
      Stoneybrook, Edmund Beeks, Samuel Beeks, Alexander Biles, Samuel Barnes,
      William Bryant (the lame man), Elisha Bird, Richard Baxter.
      William Burtus, Sr., Daniel Bayly, Samuel Buckly, Jacob Benge,
      Doctor Bellergeau. George Bates of Amwell, Bear- foot Bronson,
      Edmund Bainbridge, Warren Barr, Doctor Brittain, John Beeks, William Bell,
      Thomas Burroughs, Sr., John Brown, tailor, Joseph Burleigh,
      Zedekiah Bonham, John Bainbridge, Jr., Francis Bowes, Peter Berian of
      Long Island, Thomas Biles of Bucks County, John Bainbridge, Sr.,
      William Burroughs, Edward Baldwin, John Brayly and David, Peter Bantiff
      of Philadelphia, Taylor Blew, John Bennet at Mr. Bards. John Branes,
      William Benge, Jun'r, Jeremiah Bonham, Nehemiah Bonham. John Brightwell,
      John Biles, William Barracliff, John Boise of Amwell. Thomas Bates,
      Samuel Bedford, John Burroughs, Samuel Bunnel, James Bell, carpenter,
      Patrick Broderick, Joseph Brown, attorney. Benjamin Brayly,
      Andrew Bontinhouse, Andrew Bradford of Philada.. Henry Bellerjeau,
      Benjamin Bard, Bruer of Allentown, Bruer of Amwell, Christopher Beckett,
      James Bell, taylor, Charles Clark, Ashmael Carpenter, James Carver,
      John Clark, Caleb Carmen, Benjamin Clyft, John Coxe, John Coats,
      Bartholomew Corwine, Benjamin Clark, Andrew Clealand, John Coe,
      John Coleman, Henry Coate, John Carpenter, William Cornwell,
      Thomas Coleman, James Crawley, James Collings. William Cook. Henry Carter,
      John Carter, blacksmith, Robert Comes, John Clowes, Alexander Craige.
      Joseph Cross, Matthew Cupley, James Clark, Archibald Camblee,
      John Collear, George Cumings, William Coats, Anthony Cook, Charles Corder,
      Samuel Coats, Robert Chapman, Francis Currie, John Currie, Edward Currie,
      James Currie, William Coxe, Thomas Curtis, Anthony Camp, John Cross,
      John Carter, "breekmaker," Francis Costigan, lawyer, John Dagworthy,
      Esq"r. Elnathan Davis, Sen r, Elathan Davis, Jun r, John Dean,
      Alexander Day, Jonathan Davis, Richard Densey. David Dunbar, Samuel Davis.      Jonathan Davis, cooper. Robert Darch, William Daury, Daniel Doughty
      Henry Darrington, Doct'r David Davis, Jacob Doughty, Mr. William Dun.
      Nathan Davis. Josiah Davison, Francis Deldine of Brunswick,
      Anthony Dardoff, James Dean, Timothy Dowlin, gard'r, Jonathan Davis,
      Jun'r, Richard Eliot. James Evens, Francis Eliott, Samuel Everett,
      Joshua Ely, John Eles, small. Thomas Eles, giazer. Robert Eles of
      Philadelphia. Roger Edmonds, John Eles, forgeman. George Eley. John Eaton,
      John Everet. William Eaton of Bucks County, Timothy Evans, wood
      carter. John Edwards, Thomas Eamans. William Easom, Andrew Forster,
      Gelease Frazer, Henry Folk. Joseph Furnice, taylor, Samuel Foreman,
      Sen'r, Samuel Foreman. Jun'r. Isaiah Foulks. Hendrick Froom (Vroom),
      John Frampton, Benjamin Floyd, Richard Foreman, Jeremiah French,
      Sam. Fitch. David Foreman. George Fox, Josiah Foreman, William Fish,
      Tliomas Foulks. Flatt Fac'dman, Ambrose Field. Samuel Francis.
      Jeremiah Forster, Joseph Ford of Long Island. John Farguson. John Francis.
      George Furnace of Long Island. Benjamin Foreman of Philada.,
      Thomas Fling, glazier. Forster of Woodbridge, "Little" Sam Freeman.
      Francis Grandowett. Mr. Captain James Gould, William Grey, the pedlar.
      Peter Groom. Jun'r. Thomas Graves. Mr. Daniel Grandine. Robert Green,
      George Guinup. Thomas Gipson, sawyer. Richard Green. James Geary.
      Samuel Green, Francis Gitling. Joseph Green, Jacob Goodwone.
      Daniel Gagers, hatter. William Gear, forgeman, Stephen Green,
      William Green. Noah Gates. Benjamin Green. Francis Geno, Daniel Geno,
      Nicklus Gale of Philada., Richard Gerves, Edward Ganett, William Griffith,
      Francis Gardner, Edward Green, David Howell, Thomas Higgins.
      Daniel Hollingsheard. Richard Harker. Alexand'r Harper. Isaac Herring.
      Thomas Hunt, John Hunt of Maidenhead. Ralph Hunt of Hopewell.
      Johannes Hendrickson, Hugh Howell, Joseph Hixson, Matthew Hixson,
      Martin Harding. Powell Hoff, Thomas Huntingdon, Robert Harvey, John Hoff,
      Nicholas Hagerty, Thomas Hoff of Hopewell, Daniel Howell of Amwell.
      Joseph Hart, John Holcomb, Robert Higgins, Samuel Huff. Isaac Hutchinson.
      John Hart, John Hunt of Hopewell. Christopher Howell. John Hixson.
      Samuel Hunt of Hopewell. Samuel Hunt of Maidenhead. Michael Higgins.
      Benjamin Harding. James Hide. Arthur Howells. Capt'n Ralph Hart.
      James Harpin, Edward Hunt. William Hoff. Joseph Higbee, Ralph Hunt of
      Stony Brook, Thomas Huntly. Joseph Houghton. Thomas Houghton. Joseph Hill,
      Tune Hoff, Charles Hoff. Jerome Hendrickson. Edward Hart. Docfr Humbleton,
      William Hope. Thomas Hoff of Maidenhead. John Houghton. Joseph Herring,
      John Heaward. Delius Hegemiah. Mr. Huble. John Hide, Jasper Hunt.
      Joseph Harding. John Huston, Peter Hendrickson. Richard Hoard.
      Joseph Heans, Thomas Hendry. John Hoaldren. Thomas Hoalaway, butcher of
      Philadelphia, Jeremiah Hendrickson, Joseph Hoff. Jedediah Higgins.
      Benjamin Harrinson. Collonell Hooper, Thomas Housley. collier.
      John Howfel, Richard Hoff. over the river. Thomas Howell of Amwell.
      John Head, Thomas Hunt of Hopewell. John Hoff, Powel s son,
      William Holdeen, Richard Hands. Joseph Ingham, the lame pedler.
      Joseph James, Samuel Johnson. Jenkins. Daniel Jones. Maurice Justice,
      Rutt Johnson.  Robert Johnson. John Jones, joyner. Isaac Jones and Thomas.
      George Jobes. William Janat, Joseph Jones, Charles Jennes. Samuel Jones,
      Peter Justice. Corneliu.s Johnson. Theophilus Ketcham. Samuel Ketchani.
      John Knowles, John Knowles of Philada.. John Kinsey, Esq r, Joseph Kipp of
      Bristol, John Killy. Phillip Kearney, attorney. Henry Kitchin.
      Joseph King. William Killy. Jacob Knowles. Joshua Knowles, James Leonard,
      Robert Lanning, Richard Lanning. John Lovering, Thomas Leonard, Esq.,
      John Laewes, tinker, Adrian Lane of WTiippeney, Capt'n Lester Peter Lose,
      Henry Lott, Fenvvick Lyell, William Larenson, Peter Lott,
      Christopher Lupton, William Launder, taylor, Richard Loveland,                  Thomas Laurence of Philada., Thomas Lambert, William Laurence of
      Hopewell, Johannes Laurens, Joseph Longley, Joseph Linn, Isaac Lanning.
      Thomas Leasey, William Lommox, Joseph Lambert, Richard Lonnon, Sam Lees,
      Robert Lanning. Jr., John McGills, Samuel Montgomerie, Andrew Milburn.
      7n Henry Mershon, Jun'r, Henry Mershon, Sen'r, James McCombs,
      [William: Merrill, Thomas McClenney, John McCoy. William Miller,
      James Melvin, Richard Merrill,  Thomas Morrill, William Miller at H ff
      place, Hugh Moore, Mrs. Muirliead, Francis Moore, Lewis Moore,
      Alex'r McCallaster, little sadler, John Morehouse of Whippenny,
      Benjamin Morgan, Rarington Smith, George Miller. Daniel McCormick,
      (Benjamin Merryl. William Martin, the taylor, Jonathan Moore,
      Abraham McDaniel, James McKinley, John Moore, Thomas Maybury,
      Thomas McClehan, merch't, Nicholas Miller, Francis Mayberry.
      Hugh Mitchell, Andrew Morgan, Charles Morgen Smith, Thomas Moore,
      shoemaker, Joseph More, Mr. McKiney, John Mon gomerie. Morgan the
      minister^ William Merrill, Jun'r. John McGlaughlin, Charles Mitchell.
      John Morehead, James McBurney, David McBride, Charles Moon, William Nitt,
      William Nevil, Thomas Neelous, John Nelson, Robert Nealor, Thomas Newman.
      Robert Nealor, Jun'r, Azekiel Clipper, Thomas Okley, Jun'r, William Osbur,
      Sen'r, Albert Opdike, Joseph Overton, William Osbur, Jun'r,
      Lawrence Opdike, Duncan Olypant, William Phillips, John Pane,
      Baker Phillips, Phillip Phillips, Doct r Peterson, Theophilus Phillips,
      Richard Palmer, Ebenezer Provost, David Price, Cap't Phillip Phillips,
      John Pricely of Bristol, James Price, Sen'r, Joseph Phillips,
      Phillip Palmer and Edmund, Nathaniel Phillips, John Porterfield, Esq r,
      Richard Phillips, Ebenezer Petty, Jonathan Pettit, John Phillips,
      Peter Pomme, Joseph Pitts. Jos. Parks. Jun'r, Edward Pierce, lawyer,
      James Price, Jun'r, Joseph Price, Mr. Thoinas Palmer, parchment maker,
      John Pearce, John Parks, William Pearson, George Phillips, Reuben Pouner,
      Josiah Prechitt of Amwell, John Prickett, shoemaker, Joseph Parkes,
      John Palmer, John Pursly, John Pearsons of Bur'ington, Francis Quick,
      Tunis Quick, Ralph Rann, Thomas Reed, Nathaniel Rossill, Joseph Raeder,
      John Rogers, Daniel Robins, Matthew Rosselly, Matthew Rogers,
      Moses Robins, Thomas Roberts (great), John Rouse of Philada.,
      Thomas Roberts (small). Nathaniel Randolph, Isaac Randolph, Joseph Reed,
      merch't, Benjamin Robinson, Phillip Ringo, Cornelius Ringo,
      John Richardson. Benjamin Randolph, Sen'r, Joseph Reed, carter,
      John Reader, Thomas Runian, Benjamin Randolph, Jun'r. John Robinson.
      James Robinxson, Redso/i the doctor. John Reed of Maidenhead, Sam. Runion.
      Stephen Renolds, Edward Ruckell, Cobus Romine, William Reed of Hopewell,
      Christopher Romine, Maurice Roberts the schoolmaster, James Reny of
      Long Island, Elisha Robins, Peter Reive, Francis Robion, Matt. Solom of
      Rarington, William Snowden. Jasper Smith. Esq'r, Sue Solom of Rarington,
      John Schudder, William Skinner, William Spencer, William Scholey,
      Robert Scholey, Jonathan Stickland. Benjamin Stout, Joseph Stout,
      James Shores, Ebenezer Saymore, John Sutten, Aaron Shyhalk, John Smith of
      Hopewell, Coburs Slack, Richard Smith, John Smith, baker's son,
      Robert Shaw, James Silver, Silvanus Sikes, John Swift, Joseph Scott,
      Robert Spencer, Andrew Smith, Hugh Standland, Thomas Standland,
      Jepthah Smith, Cornelius Slack, John Stevens, Richard Scudder,
      Jeremiah Smith, Richard Stanhope, William Stanhope, Richard Stockton,
      John Smith (Jaspers son), Thomas Skelton of Philada., Jonathan Stout,
      Thos. South, Daniel Sebring. "William Strickfleld, George Snow, taylor,
      Samuel Smith, James Starkey, Thomas Strickland, Thomas Smith (Jasper's
      son), Ralph Smith, Thomas Stevens, James Stevens, Thomas Shirda
      (Sibb's son-in- law), John Sullivan, Joseph Stout of Amwell, John Stevens
      of Brunswick. Benjamin Severns, Henry Slack. William Simmons.
      Benjamin Slack, Jonathan Stiles, Thomas Scholey. Ezekel Smith of
      Stony brook. Maurice Trent, Job Thomas. John Taylor. John Titus.
      Ephraim Titus, Timothy Titus, William Tindall, Joseph Tindall.
      James Tucker. Abraham Temple, Edward Tuckett, James Trent, Robert Tindall,
      James Terrill, Thomas Turners, Robert Titus, Robert Taylor, shoemaker.
      Francis Tollett, schoolmaster. John Talbot. Samuel Tucker. Mr. Vansant,
      Browne Vangelder, Henry Vernon, Hendrick Venoy. Smith Venscekill of Rocky
      Hill, John Vancleaf of Maidenhead, Henry Woely. John Woolard, Thomas Wood,
      merch't, Benjamin Warton. Thomas Winder, George Woolsey. William Wordell.
      Richard Wooliox. John White. Jonas Wood, Nathan Wat.son.  John Willis.
      John Wood of Salem, Matthew Watson, Thomas Woorrell, Solomon Warder,
      Giles Worth, John Wright of Amwell. Richard Weathered. John Wharburfbn.
      John Willing, William Wilkins^ Sen'r, John Wright of Croswix,
      Henry Woodward, Joseph Yard, Thomas Yardley, William Yard, Sen'r,
      John Yard (Wm's son), John Yard (old).
ii

John Campbell _
   n. w. 1732 Nov 27 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Mott, John, of Hanover, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of.
      Wife, Charity. Son, Gershom, nine-tenths of land, when of age. Brother,
      Gershom Mott, books and apparel. Wife, residue of estate ,and half
      profit of saw-mill.
      Exec.: wife, and brother, Gershom Mott.
      Wit.: Nathaniel Whealen, Joseph Compton, E.  Style.
      1734 Oct 21 proved. Lib. B, p. 572.
      1734-5 Jan 21 Inventory (#159.14.0) includes sword and pistol, map,
      books, silver, half of two negroes (#30.5.6). Made by John Campbell and
      Adam Blackanan.

                              HUNTERDON CO,     BETHLEHEM
Peter Campobell _
   n. w.  1747 Apr 6 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Heath, Richard, of Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co. Int.
      Inventory; made by Jno. Coats and Peter Schmuck.
      1747 Apr 10 Bond of Mary Heath, of Bethlehem, as administratrix.
      Daniel Ketcham, of same place, yeoman, surety.
      Wit.: William Peirson, Joshua Howell, Mary Heath (a Quaker). Lib.5, p.459.
      1757 May 16 Account of Mary Park, formerly Mary Heath, administratrix of
      the estate. Mentions Jno. Farnsworth, Jos. Linn, William Hendrickson,
      John Coat, Archibald Hanna, David Drake, Hezekiah Bonham, Samuel Bonham,
      Patrick Nixson, John Hull, Thomas Evans, Henry Coat, Robert Blair,
      N. Farnsworth, Luther Colvin, John Oaks, Mary Farnsworth, Nath'l Forster,
      Samuel Large, Samuel Large, Jr., Jno. Wiler, Lazarus Adams,
      Nathaniel Colman, Morris Glanwell, Jacob Whelmer, Abraham Bonnell,
      Peter Cambell, Godfrey Melick, William Schooley, Samuel Schooley,
      Jno. Reading, Jno. Moody, William Corbet, Robert Haslet, Cornelius Low,
      William Montgomery, Thomas Wolverton, A. Bonnell, Robert White,
      Nath'l Pettit, Roger Terrill, John Park, Daniel Ketcham, Godfrey Rich,
      Nath'l Forster, Jos. Merrill, Philip Chapman, William Bates,
      Samuel W'illson, Peter Smock, Jas. Harker, Daniel Pegg, Henry Oxley.


                              HUNTERDON CO,     KINGWOOD
Robert Campbell _
   n. w. 1762 Dec 17 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Rennells, William, of Kingwood, Hunterdon Co. Int.
      Adm'r: John Opdyck.
      Fellowbondsman: Robert Campbell; both of Amwell, said Co.
      Wit: Isaac Yard.
      1762 Dec 14 Inventory, #12.11.0, made by Robert Campbell and Roger Park.
      Testator died 1762 Sep 19.
      1765 Sep 10 Account by Adm'r. One pair of buckles sold belonging to
      "Robert Reynolds," and was delivered him, valued at #2.6.0.
      Lib. 11, p. 338.

   n. w. 1785 Jun 01 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Howell, IVehemiah, of Hunterdon Co. Int.
      Adm'x: Martha Howell. Pellowbondsman: David Everltt; both of Alexandria,
      said Co.
      Wit: George Campbell.
      1785 May 02 Inventory, #72.5.3, made by Maurice Wurts and Gershom Craven.
      1789 Apr 18 Account by Adm'x. Paid W. W. Craven, for schooling, #2.13.0.
      Lib. 27, p. 114

Samuel Campbel _
   n. w. 1781 Mar 23 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Allen, William, Esq., of Kingwood Township, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Lorana Allen, the use of my real and personal estate, while my
      widow. Friend, Sussillah Smith, #80; and, in case of death, to her
      daughters, Mary Smith and Rachel Smith, when they are 18. To my "prlntas"
      boy, Samuel Campbell, #50, but, if he die, then it is to be divided
      between my brothers and sisters.  To my brothers, John, James, George,
      Joshua and Thomas Allen, and to my sisters, Mary and Sarah Allen, my whole
      estate, except what is stated for my widow; and, if any die, then to their
      children.
      Exec.: wife, Lorana, and my brother, George Allen, of Sussex Co., and my
      friend, Gabriel Hoff.
      Wit.: Hezekiah Waterhouse, John Eick, Joseph Spenser.
      1781 May 01 Proved
      1781 Apr 30 Inventory, #826.13.5, made by John Sherrerd and Isaac Gray.
      "Due from Joshua Allen, #12. A bond against Annanias, William and
      Moses Allen, #130. A bond against James Allen, #10.17.6.  A bond against
      Jeremiah Thatcher, #45.9.6."
      1816 Apr 16 Account by Lorana Allen, the surviving Exec.  "To amount of
      bond and interest due from Ananias Allen, William Allen and Moses Allen,
      sons of George Allen (very doubtful), #1,157.47." Lib. 23, p. 109.
   n. w. 1791 Dec 27 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Marr, Thomas, of Essex Co. Int.
      Adm'r: Samuel Campbell. Fellowbondsman: Samuel Sayre; both of Newark, said
      Co. Lib. 32, p. 508.
      1791, Aug. 16. Inventory, #19.0.6; made by J. Campbell and D. Campbell.
      File 7306-7309G.

George Campbell _
   n. DR.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel Thatcher _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jeremiah Thatcher
   n. w. 1790 Jun 03 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Thatcher, Jeremiah, of Kingwood, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Nancy, use of homestead, except 50 acres where Doctor George Cambel
      lives; but my Executors are to dispose of the profits of the land to
      support my daughter, Rachel Cambel or my wife, Nancy, or my daughter,
      Nancy Everitt. Moveable estate and land in Sussex Co. to be sold, and the
      money to be let to my children.  Daniel. Mary, Grace, Nancy and Rebeka.
      My Executors are to take out a deed for the land my son. Edward Thatcher,
      lived lately on in Pennsylvania. Edward's wife to live on the land and
      educate Edward's children; but, if my son, Edward, is alive and should
      return, I give the land to him.
      Exec.: sons-in-law, Richard Opdike and Job Thatcher.
      Wit.: Machal Stack, Jan Barkeloo.  James Vannetter.
      1790 Sep 04 Proved.
      1790 Aug 13 Inventory, #495.18.6. made by Elijah Allen and
      Hezekiah Waterhouse. Lib. 30. p. 292.
u



John Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R83 P399 L10.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Readington Twp.
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Alex Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R83 P468 L9.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Trenton Twp.
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   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R254 P76 L12.
      NJ, Mercer Co., Trenton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Alexander Cambell        /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
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Jonathan Campbell _
   bm 178_
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19  Index P124-125  R83 P476 L4.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Trenton Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
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Elizabeth Campbell _
   mm 1779 Apr 15 Nehemiah Sexton _ of Hunterdon. NJA P83.

George Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R253 P248 L21.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Lebanon Twp.  10100001
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
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Daniel Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R253 P356 L24.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Readington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
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Catharine Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R253 P359 L18.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Readington Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Catharine Campbell       /0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
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William G. Campbell _
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P22   R253 P389 L11.
      NJ, Hunterdon Co., Bethlehem Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
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William Campbell _
   n. w. 1779 Jul 27 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Hart, Samuel, of Hopewell Township, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Daughter, Elizabeth, 4 sheep, which are to be put out for the use of
      bringing up the child, till of age. Wife, Martha, rest of moveable estate.
      My lot of land to my wife and daughter, which begins at Edward Hunt's
      corner on Philip Robert's line.
      Exec: my wife, and my friends, Nathan Moore and Ralph Laning.
      Wit: Benjamin Hart, Phillip Robarts, William Campbell.
      1779 Oct 22 Proved
      1779 Oct 22 Inventory, #123.15.0, made by Philip Roberts and
      Robert Laning. Lib. 21, p. 210.
   n. w. 1788 Jun 02 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Reeder, John, of Trenton, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Taphath, to be supported by my sons, Andrew and Amos; and they are
      to bury her wherever she chooses, and, if she is buried by me, they are
      to set up grave stones with her name and age on them.  Son, John, 20 acres
      of land, bounded by John Moore, widow Green and John Howell. Son, Abner,
      #10. Sons, Absalom and Abner, 40 acres on the east side of the great road,
      that I bought of George Green. Son, Amos, 124 acres. Son, Andrew, 10 acres
      next to Daniel Scudder; also the upper part of my plantation, joining
      Benjamin Moore and Benjamin Titus. Daughter, Fanny Chambers, #10.
      Daughter, Leticia Kruson, #30. Daughter, Hannah Hartley, #50.  Daughter,
      Abigail, #60. Youngest daughters, Mercy and Elizabeth, #60 each, when 18.
      Grandson, Charles Reeder, son of my son, Isaac, #50, when 21.
      Exec.: sons, Andrew, John and Absalom.
      Wit: Neille McGill, John Guild, William Campbell.
      1788 Aug 22 Proved.
      1788 Aug 21 Inventory, #883.4.5, made by Ebenezer Rose and John Howell.
      Lib. 31, p. 120.
   n. w. 1785 Oct 20 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Cain, Thomas, of Hopewell Township, Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Hannah, all real and personal estate to bring up
      my children as are not of age. My son, Nathaniel, has had a horse,
      cow and 6 sheep, and my daughters, Sarah and Anna, each a cow
      and 6 sheep, and son, Edmund, a horse and cow only; so Edmund is
      to have 6 sheep. Sons, Richard and Philip, each had a horse, and
      they are to have a cow and 6 sheep, and my daughter, Elizabeth,
      had a cow and 6 sheep, and my sons, Asa and Noah, had a horse, cow
      and 6 sheep. The rest of my estate to my said children.
      Exec: sons, Nathaniel and Phillip.
      Wit: Phillip Robards, Edmond Roberts, William Campbell.
      1786  Aug 14 Proved.
      1786 Jul 13 Inventory, #161.3.6, made by Nathan Moore and Phillip Roberts.
      Lib. 28, p. 215.
   n. w. 1790 Jan 24 NJA_COW 1786-1790 1SV36 XXXVI
      Moore, Benjamin, of Trenton Township, Hunterdon Co., yeoman; will of.
      Son, Israel, the plantation I bought of my father, of 147 acres: also a
      #25 bond due from Georpre Brig-ht. Son, William Sacket, plantation I live
      on, of 33 4 acres, which I bought of Isaac Reeder; also 96 acres which I
      bought of Elnathan Davis; also 31 acres which I bought of Isaac Reeder;
      also 3 acres which I bought of Joshua Jones: also 25 acres on each side of
      Jacobs Creek, which I bought of John Gershom Mott. Grandson, Aaron Moore,
      to give my negros freedom. Daughter, Sarah Moore, #260.
      Exec.: sons, Israel and William Sacket.
      Wit.: Joseph Moore. Elizabeth Clifford, William Campbell.
      1790 Jul 13 Proved. Probate to Israel Moore and William Sacket Moore.
      1790 Jun 26 Inventory, #488.6.1. made by John Carpenter and Joshua Jones.
      Lib. 30. p. 286.
   n. w. 1790 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Hass, George, of Hopewell Twsp., Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Real and personal estate to be equally divided amongst friends, i.e.,
      George Anthony, John Carpenter, Sr., Aaron Sibbits and William Campbell.
      Exec.: William Campbell and Aaron Sibbits.
      Wit.: John Carpenter, Jr., Cornelius Neafus, Elizabeth Sibbits.
      1794 Mar 31 Proved. Lib. 3'5, p. 125.
      1794 Apr 14 Inventory, #187.13.6; made by Joseph Moore and Henry Baker.
      1795 Mar 25 Account by Aaron Sibbits, acting Exec.  File 1680 J.
   n. w. 1792 Feb 24 NJA_COW 1791-1795 1SV37 XXXVII
      Hunt, Edward, of Hopewell Twsp., Hunterdon Co.; will of.
      Wife, Charity, negro man, George; best room in house, and to be
      provisioned by son, John; also, residue of real and personal estate.
      Should wife die, without a will, daughter, Abigail Opdike, Vz of said
      residue; granddaughters (after marriage) and grandson, Edward Laning,
      remainder of residue, divided between them. Son, Israel, #30 yearly from
      rent of tanyard; after his decease, tanyard and lot of 11 acres, adjoining
      land of Phillip Boberts, to be sold and proceeds divided among Israel's
      children. Part of lot of land, adjoining Nathaniel Reed, and
      Phillip Roberts from a corner to Benjamin Moore and John Hunt, in
      Edward Hunt's line on road to Maidenhead, to be sold. Son, John, remainder
      of said lot and part of tanyard along Amos Hart's line to Benjamin Moore's
      line; also, home plantation, negro man, Aaron, Va of cattle, sheep and
      hogs; also bay mare, colt and farming utensils; also, #80 for the
      education of his 2 sons, Ralph and Edward. Daughter, Abigail Opdike, #150.
      Granddaughter, Martha Mershon, #15. Granddaughters, Sarah and Elizabeth
      Laning, Polly Lawrence, Abigail, Martha and Charity Laning, each #25.
      Grandson, Edward Laning, #25. To Trustees of the Meeting House in
      Pennington, interest of #10.
      Exec.: wife Charity, and brothers, Nathaniel and John Hunt.
      Wit.: Israel Clark, Jonathan Gray, William Campbell.
      1793 Feb 16 Proved. Lib. 33, p. 280.
      1793 Mar 15 Inventory, #906.12.9; made by Nathan Moore and John Temple.
      1793 Aug 11 Additional Inventory, #542.10.7; made by same appraisers.
      1795, Feb. 5. Citation. Order for an accounting; Robert Opdycke and
      Abigail, his wife, daughter of Edward Hunt, dec'd, having made application
      for same.
      1795 Jun 13 Account by Nathaniel Hunt and John Hunt, the surviving Execs.
      File 163 6 J.

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Archibald Campbell _
   n.  wm  ____ ___ __  NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23 XXIII.
      Cambel, Archbald, of Middlesex Co. ; will of.
      Leaves John Cambell, of Raritain R., his "aire and executor," with legacy
      to Elesebeth Swan, and lists of debtors and creditors to wit: Edwards,
      Richard Clark, William Readford and John Colling, delHors; Elisha Parker,       Milles Forster, John Barclay, James More, John Lie, John McCalm,
      George Cumins, Alexander Thomson, creditors.
      Wit.: James Moore, John Ilorsman, Gawine Lockhart.
      1702 May 12 proved.
      See Campl)cl].
      . .: .  NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30 XXX.
      Caniphell, Archibald; will of. Names John Campbell a.s heir and executor,
      and leaves a legacy to Elizabeth Swan.  Statement of debts due by Edwards.
      Richard Clarke, William Ridford, John Collins, and due to Elisha Parker,
      Miles Forster, John Barclay, James More. John Lee, John McCalm,
      George Cumins and Alexander Thomson. Personal estate.
      Wit.: James More, John Foreman, Gawin Lockhart.
      1702 May 12 proved.
      1702 May 15 Administration issued to John Campbell.
      E. J. D.. Lib. C. p. 202.
   n. w. 1765 Dec 11 NJA_COW 1761-1770  1SV33 XXXIII
      Brown, James, of Providence, Rhode Island; will of.
      Son, George, #500. Daughter, Ann Brown, wife of Daniel Brown, one right in
      my lands at Otter Creek, and #200. Daughter, Hope, wife of
      Archibald Campbell, one right in my lands at Otter Creek, and #200.
      Granddaughters, Ann and Lucy Perkins, daughters of daughter Mary Perkins,
      one right in my lands at Otter Creek and #100, when they come of age.
      Daughter, Elizabeth, the wife of Joseph Tillinghast, one right in my lands
      at Otter Creek and #200. Daughter, Hermione Brown, one right in my lands
      at Otter Creek, and #300, and to have an outfit. Grandson,
      James Noyce Brown, the son of my son George, my right in the Susquehanna
      Purchase, and one right in my lands at Otter Creek. Daughter-in-law,
      Mary Brown, widow of my son James Noyce Brown, all that can be recovered
      of her deceased husband's estate, and what may be due from my attorney,
      Capt.  Richard Hide, of Norwich, and from Capt. James Carr, on account of
      what I paid to Esquire Backees of Norwich for an execution obtained
      against me for my son James, being bound for Carr's appearance at suit of
      John Read. My real estate in Perth Amboy in the Jerseys to be sold. My
      plate and watch I give to my four daughters.  Son, George, the rest of
      real.
      Exec.: Nicholas Tillinghast, of Providence, and my brother, Clark Brown,
      of Newport.
      Wit.: George Jackson, William Pearce, William Wheaton.
      1765 Dec 21 Proved at Providence and recorded in Council Book No. 5,
      page 406; James Angell, Clerk of the Council. Vol. D3, p. 73, of Deeds.

Duncan Campbell _
   n. w. 1747 Aug S) NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30 XXX.     (Skillman?rwc)
      Evilman, Robert, of Middlesex Co., cordwainer.
      A ministration granted to John Evilman, of Monmouth Co. Lib. E, p. 78.
      1747 Aug 24 Statement of debts due to Robert Brown, James Aston.
      Mathew Collens, David Gillaland, Stephen Warner, Daniel Robins, Robert
      Wiles, William Cheasman, Dunken Cammel. Charles Jolley, James Jewel,
      Samuel Rogers, Andrew Jonston, Andrew Kettels, William Dear, #101.9.4.
      1747 Oct 29 Inventory, #53.3.6 ; made by Thomas Combs and Robert Brown.
   n. w. 1751 Apr 22 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Ireland, John, of Middlesex Co. Int.
      Bond of Isabella Ireland and James Brown, carpenter, as Adm'rs. (Jurat not
      executed). Lib. E, p. 515.
      1751 Apr 23 Inventory, #34.1.6, by Jonathan Combs and Duncan Campbell.
   n. w. 1754 Feb 21 NJA_COW 1751-5760 1SV32 XXXII.
      Wlllson, Jane, of New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., single woman; will of.
      Sisters: Rachell and Euphamia. Brother, James Wilson. They heirs of
      personal property, incl. legacy due and in the hands of David Rhee.
      Exec: uncles Duncan Campbell and John Tomson.
      Wit.: Stephen Warne, John Predmore, Margery Willson.
      1754 Mar 14 proved. Lib. F, p. 160.
      1754 Mar 16 Inventory, #119.15.5, incl. bonds and debts, #102.0.5;
      made by Duncan Campbell and John Tomson.

Colin Campbell _
   n. w. 1775 Jul 02 NJA_COW 1771-1780 1SV34 XXXIV.
      Ross, Alexander, of Ross Hall, Middlesex Co., but late of the Island of
      Jamaica, Esq.; will of.
      Wife, Sarah Ross, my farm, called Ross Hall, with 6 acres of salt ineadow,
      at mouth of South River; also my stock and carriages, and plate, rings,
      watch and Jewells, except a miniature picture of my late neice, Mary Beal,
      which I give to my sister, Jane Ross, her aunt; all of which is subject to
       a balance on a mortgage due from me to Walter Livingston. I also give my
      wife all the money in the hands of William McAdam, of New York, and my
      arms, etc. Nephew, Walter Ross, and my reputed son, William Ross, my
      apparel. Sister Jane, #200.  To my reputed son, William, #100. Sister,
      Jane Ross, a balance due from John Ross, of Philadelphia. My Execs in
      Jamaica are to sell all my lands t.nd personal estate there, and the
      money to be given to my sister, Jane, and my reputed son, William, and my
      two nephews, Walter and Henry Mowat.
      Exec: wife, Sarah, in this country; and Walter Mowat, of Parish of
      Kingston, merchant; and Nathaniel Grant and John Robertson, of Parish of
      St. Thomas, in the East; and John Grant, of Parish of St. Catharines, of
      the Island of Jamaica, as Execs in Jamaica.
      Wit. Joseph Atkinson, John Abraham De Normandie, Colin Campbell.
      1776 Feb 14 Proved  Lib. M, p. 23.

                                 NJ, MIDDLESEX CO.    END
                                 NJ, MIDDLESEX CO.  SOUTH AMBOY  BEGIN
Duncan C
   n. w. 1782 May 26 NJA_COW 1781-1785 1SV35 XXXV
      Barclay, John, of South Amboy, Middlesex Co.; will of.
      Wife, Jane, #10. I gave my son, John, a deed for % my lands, and I give to
      my son, Robert, the other %. To Archable Craige, son of Samuel, deceased,
      #10, when 21. Son, Peter, land in Cranbury.  Son, Peter, apparel.
      Daughter, Lydia, my bed. Daughter, Katharine, pewter. Granddaughter,
      Jane Barclay, daughter of my son, David, deceased, #20; but, if she dies,
      then to her 3 sisters. Son, John, rest of moveables. Money bequeathed to
      sons, John, Charles and Robert, and all children of son, David, deceased.
      Exec.: sons, John, Charles and Robert.
      Wit.: John Forman, William Vanderipe, Duncan Cambell, Archibald Gordon.
      1782 Jun 09 Codicil. Grandson, George Barclay, son of my son, David,
      deceased, #5.
      1790 Dec 24 Proved,
      1786 Apr 19 Inventory, #1,130.6.0, made by William Vanderipe
      and Samuel Potts. Lib. 30, p. 502.

                                 NJ, MIDDLESEX CO.  SOUTH AMBOY  END

Othneil Campbell _
   n. w. 1711 April 21 NJA_COW 1670-1730 1SV23.
      Campbell, Othniell, of Woodbridge Township; will of.
      Gives all his property (land in said township) to his wife,
      Wit.: William Hodgson, John Mollesson, Wilson.
      Proved July 31, 1711. Lib. I, p. 318




John Campbell _
   n. w. 1732 Apr 20 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Ayern, ThomaM, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., yeoman; will of.
      Children: Abraham, Sarah, Peter, Mary, Levie, and Rachel, all under 17
      years of age. 60 acres of land between lands of John Campbel and
      John Wilkison.
      Exec.: wife Mary, and brothers John and Obediah Ayers.
      Wit.: Elinor Morgan, Jonathan Shepherd, Jno. Sarjant.
      1732 Jun 12 proved. Lib. B, p. 287.
      1732, June 12. Inventory of personal estate (#205.2.9) incl. debts due
      from Wm. Edenfleld. Hendrick Breese and John Bell ; made by Moses
      Rolfe and Jno. Sarjant.

   n. w. 1748 Jul 03 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Kealy, Edward, of Piscataway, Middlesex Co., cooper; will of.
      Wife, Christian. Daughter, Mary, under age. Real and personal estate.
      Exec.: friends Garshum Marten, William McDaniell of Woodbridge, and
      John Hepburn of Piscataway,
      Wit.: Richard Taylor, Alex'r Thomson, Josiah Davis.
      1749 Apr 07 proved. Lib. E, p. 289.
      1749 Apr 03 Inventory of personal estate, #95.12 ; made by
      Abraham Shotwell, of Piscataway, and John Campbell, of Woodbury.
   n. w. 1750 Jan 13 NJA_COW 1730-1750 1SV30.
      Allen, Zachnrlah, of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., yeoman.
      Bond of Elizabeth Allen, his widow, as administratrix of estate.
      Samuel Crow, same place, carpenter, fellow bondsman.
      Wit.: Ebenezer Saltar.
      1750 Jan 14 Inventory of personal estate, #36.1.2; made by Richard Jones
      and Abraham Johnston. Lib. E, p. 473.
      1750 Jan 25 Vendue list; articles bought by Eliza. Allen, Abraham Morgan,
      Joseph Howten, John Price, John Eastwood, Jonathan Harnet, Edward Potter,
      Joseph Michel, Andrew Hamton, William Comtan, John Duning. John Alwood,
      Sam. Axtel, Phebea Johnston, George Heard, Ebenezer Saltar, Dugal Cambel,
      Jonathan Ensley, John Wilson, Henry Langstaff, George Manham, Sam Martin,
      Steven Connan, James Pike, James Eddey, Thos. Williams, Rousa Eastwood,
      Sarah Kelley, Benjamin Eastwood, Sam'U Crow, Benjamin Jones,
      Zedakiah Bonham.
      1750 Jan 29. Debts owing to estate from John Herriot, John Vanderhoven,
      William Oilman, Rybben Potter, Richard Cutter, Zedekiah Bonham,
      Benjamin Martin, Sarah Comptan, Mary Combs, Nath'U Harned,
      Timothy Bloomfleld, Frazee Ayers, James Ross, Abraham Monee,
      Samuel Preston, Jam