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From: "" <>
Subject: RE: [CAMPBELL] Re: EARLY CAMPBELLS TO AUGUSTA COUNTY
Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2005 15:45:38 -0700
In-Reply-To: <002201c54860$f11877a0$e043cf42@DH6HL761>


Do you show anything for Ellis Campbell b 1804 in VA? Thanks
Marge Campbell

-----Original Message-----
From: Lynden Harris [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, April 23, 2005 5:03 PM
To:
Subject: Re: [CAMPBELL] Re: EARLY CAMPBELLS TO AUGUSTA COUNTY


Hello Sam;

Your Fountain Campbell, age 47 in 1850, was born in Nelson County and was
married to Clarinda Collins on 16 October 1826 in Augusta Co Va. Clarinda
was born in Augusta County in 1802. They had the following children:
Fountain Jr B1829
Sarah E. age 17F B1833
James H age 15M B1835
Andrew J age 12M B1838

Fountain was a Union Soldier - being a Pvt in Company A, 8th Kentucky
Infantry.

Without a lot of search this is what popped up to me. Hope something helps.
BH







----- Original Message -----
From: "Samuel Campbell" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, April 23, 2005 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: [CAMPBELL] Re: EARLY CAMPBELLS TO AUGUSTA COUNTY


>
>
> Lynden,
>
> You said you could look up People in your Message . Fountain Campbell {
> born 1803 in Amherst CO.,VA. ( in the Section that in 1808 became Nelson
> CO ., VA. ) } was in the 1830 Census of Augusta CO.,VA. Census & was
> Married 13 Oct. 1826 in Augusta CO.,VA.. If you could find anything on
> him, it would be Greatly Appreciated !!!!!
>
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Sam Campbell
>
>
>
>
>
> Lynden Harris <> wrote:
> Jo;
>
> I took a look at the 1860 census in Missouri and found in Mercer County,
> at
> a township known as Modina, Mo. Asa Campbell and his family. This Asa was
> born in North Carolina in 1804 which tracks to your statement. Below is
> the
> census report:
>
> Campbell, Asa age 56 born in NC
> Rebecca, age 53 F
> Sampson, age 18 M
> A.A. age 16M
> M.A age 13F
> R.A. age 9F
> G.W. age 6M
>
> Does any of this track towards your research? Let me know if I can further
> help. Regards, Bucky Harris
>
>
>
>
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>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From:
> To:
> Sent: Saturday, April 23, 2005 3:31 PM
> Subject: Re: [CAMPBELL] Re: EARLY CAMPBELLS TO AUGUSTA COUNTY
>
>
>>I would love to know more about James Campbell below. I have a James
>> Campbell who went to Missouri. Have not been able to find anything that
>> would tell
>> me where he is from originally. His first son Asa was born ? North
>> Carolina in
>> 1801 or 1804. Family states 1804.
>> Thank you
>> Jo in Arizona
>> From: Lynden Harris
>> To: ;
>> Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2005 5:27 PM
>> Subject: EARLY CAMPBELLS TO AUGUSTA COUNTY
>>
>>
>> If any of you Amherst/Nelson county Campbell researchers are interested
>> in
>> the Campbell's that came early south out of Pennsylvania into Augusta
>> County
>> (and was of the Protestant Faith (say Presbyterian), I have copies of the
>> important pages (my opinion) of the Book "The Tinkling Spring Headwater
>> of
>> Freedom" A study of the Church and her people" 1732-1952.(The first
>> Church
>> West of
>> the Blue Ridge Mountain of then Orange County Virginia ) but present day
>> Fishersville/Staunton in Augusta County, Va.
>>
>> Early Campbell's identified within the Book that I picked up were::
>> Alexander Campbell
>> Andrew Campbell
>> George Campbell
>> James Campbell
>> John Campbell Sr
>> Pady (Patrick) Campbell
>>
>> I have attached a couple pages that may be of interest to some. They
>> certainly answer the question "where have all the Campbell's gone, long
>> time ago".
>>
>> By this date, New Churches and Meeting Houses were established all over
>> the
>> county. By
>> 1840, no Campbell's are subscribed in the Tinkling Springs Church
>> Today,
>> total membership is above 600 and the Church continues to build. If
>> anyone
>> has a question of a specific individual or family, I'll be move than glad
>> to
>> look them up. Enjoy Bucky Harris, Staunton Va
>>
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