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From: "Karen Dickerson" <>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 23:40:54 -0600
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check out the Campbell's in Richmond Co, N.C. in the 1790 census & before in
Orange Co. Also look into the census for the Smith's as they were related.
I believe that your James was the son of James Sr, born in Ireland abt. 1720
who was married to Susannah Leake. Their other children were Richard and
William Campbell. All three sons were born in the late 1700's.
Richard Campbell married Rachel Smith. William married Rachel's sister.
Both being the daughters of John Smith Sr and Elizabeth Patience ? Smith of
the Rockingham area. The Sr Smith line moved on into Williamson Co, Tn.
There his will of 1824-5 is on file.
Their families removed to Tn by abt. 1820's. Some later went on to move
into Ar around Franklin-Johnson Co.
My line is James & Susannah (Leake) Campbell
William Campbell. This line goes on down to Mary P./aka Paralee M. Campbell
who married Joseph Allen "Red" Dickerson in 1900 @ Redding, Ar.
These last two were my grandparents.
I hope that this helps someone out there.
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From: "Anne Ruby" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, January 25, 2004 3:19 PM

> I would also be interested in some discussion regarding Campbells in the
Carolinas! My James Campbell line was from NC (one census said SC). James
was born 1782. Looking for parents and location!!
> Anne
> Martha Thrasher <> wrote:
> My Campbells are from South Carolina. My line is John Campbell who was in
the 96 district around 1778. There was also William, Angus, James, Jesse and
Joseph Campbell who was there at the same time.
> Does anyone know if all these men are kin?
> The earliest Campbells I have been able to find in SC : James SC No. Co.
listed 1763 Warrant for Land, Margaret SC No. Co. listed 1764, Elizabeth SC
No. Co. listed 1764 Warrant for Land.
> North Carolina Land Grants issued in South Carolina is James Camble July
7th 1752 North of Crowders Creek, Patrick Campbell 5 Oct. 1752, 600 A. on
Campbell's Creek. (Does anyone know where this Creek is located?) Margaret
Camble 19 March 1756 on the South Side of Broad Riber on Paclat River ye
middle of Cherokee path.
> South Carolina Memorials of Land Titles 1774-1776, James Camble, 8 July
1775 Craven Co., Hugh Camble 30 July 1791 Craven Co., Patrick Camble 8 June
1775, Robert Camble 8 June 1775 Colleton Co.
> I sure would like to get a discussion going on the South Carolina
Campbells. Martha
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