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Charles Campbell



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Charles Alexander Campbell Jr and Julia Anne Webster



Husband Charles Alexander Campbell Jr 1

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         Father: Charles Alexander Campbell (      -      ) 1
         Mother: Katherine Calvert (1846-1918) 1


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Info from Greg NELSON, Salem, OR.


Charles Brinsfield Campbell



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Charles C. Campbell



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         Father: Christopher (Christain) Campbell (1831-1904) 3
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Charles Clyde Campbell and Cara Shirley



Husband Charles Clyde Campbell 2

           Born: 12 Feb 1888 - Anderson Co., SC
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         Father: William Corbett Campbell (1858-1938) 2
         Mother: Mary J. Agnes Jolly (1862-1944) 2


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Wife Cara Shirley 2

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Charles Davis Campbell



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Charles Earl Campbell



Husband Charles Earl Campbell 4 5

           Born: 1905 4 5
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         Father: Daniel Webster Campbell (1867-1948) 4 5
         Mother: Florence J. Miracle (1876-1905) 4 5


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Charles Hallyburton Campbell and Evelyn Stuart



Husband Charles Hallyburton Campbell 6

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         Father: George Campbell Sir (      -1854) 6
         Mother: Margaret Christie (      -1873) 6


       Marriage: 2 Aug 1860




Wife Evelyn Stuart 6

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         Father: Henry Stuart (1808-1880) 6
         Mother: Cecilia Hammersley (      -1890) 6





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1 F Audrey Cecilia Campbell 6 7

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           Marr: 12 Sep 1912





Charles James Campbell and Martha Edith Smith



Husband Charles James Campbell 8

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       Marriage: 12 Dec 1901 - Rutland, Worcester, MA




Wife Martha Edith Smith 8

           Born: 31 Oct 1878 - Rutland, Worcester, MA
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         Father: Dennis A Smith (1850-      ) 8
         Mother: Lydia Gates Miles (1853-      ) 8





Charles L. Campbell



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         Father: George Campbell (1851-      ) 4 5
         Mother: Alice Hammond (      -      ) 4 5


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Charles Vernon Campbell



Husband Charles Vernon Campbell 2

           Born: 8 Sep 1929 - Oconee Co., SC
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           Died: 16 Apr 1974 - Gray Court, South Carolia
         Buried:  - Friendship Methodist Church, Oconee Co., SC


         Father: William Mattison Campbell (1908-1972) 2
         Mother: Nell Lucille Hunnicutt (1905-1997) 2


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Charlotte Ann Campbell



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         Father: Kernace D. Campbell
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John Campbell and Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell Lady



Husband John Campbell 6 7

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         Father: Walter Campbell (      -      ) 6
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       Marriage: 21 Jun 1796




Wife Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell Lady 6 7

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         Father: John Campbell Mp (1723-1806) 6 7
         Mother: Elizabeth Gunning (      -1790) 6 7



   Other Spouse: Edward John Bury Rev (      -1832) 6 7 - 17 Mar 1818



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1 F Eliza Maria Campbell 6 7

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         Spouse: William Gordon Gordon-Cummings Bt 2Nd (      -      ) 6 7
           Marr: 11 Sep 1815




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1 UPDA 2 PLAC Acceded: Shawfield


Chase Campbell



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Chase Campbell



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Chelsey Eileen Campbell



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Wife Chelsey Eileen Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Terry Campbell
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Chipley Campbell



Husband Chipley Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Lewis Calvin Campbell (1895-1948) 2
         Mother: Sarah Orthella Bannister (1879-1960) 2


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Col. William George Feagin and Christian Campbell .



Husband Col. William George Feagin 9

           Born: Abt 1778 - NC
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           Died: 31 Dec 1851 - Carter Branch, Marlboro, County, SC
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         Father: Edward Feagin (Abt 1750-Abt 1810) 9
         Mother: Leah Sarah McDaniel (Abt 1746-After 1789) 9


       Marriage: 21 Oct 1840 - Winfield, SC

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Bristow (Abt 1787-Bef 1840) 9 - Marlboro County, SC




Wife Christian Campbell . 9

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2 F Martha Feagin (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Edward Feagin (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Ann Feagin (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Sarah Feagin (details suppressed for this person)

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Wrote a Will in 1851 in Marlboro Co SC. He is list e d i n t h e 1850 Census of Marlboro Co.

History of Marlboro County, South Carolina:

Pg. 118....Col. W.G. Feagan is buried on Carter Bra n c h . H e was the sonof the old schoolma s ter Neddy Fea g a n , who i s said to have taught threegenerations of you n g i de as unde r the ol d r egime of 'birch and brawn.'Th er e a r e a numbe r of worthy people in the county who ar e de s ce n d edfrom th is old schoolmaster, and man an ol d land -pap e r bears the li nesmade by W.G. Feagan , "Dist rict Su rveyo r".

!BIRTH:Descendants of George and Edward Feagin in Sout h C , Descendants of George and Edward Feagin in South Caro lina , Mrs Helen Feagin Poole, Camden SC

!DEATH:Wills of Marlboro County, SC, page 39, Wills of Mar l boro County, SC, page 39


Christina Courtney Campbell



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Wife Christina Courtney Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Everett Lee Goings
         Mother: Christina Helen Marie Bendziunas





Christopher (Christain) Campbell and Angeline Sutley



Husband Christopher (Christain) Campbell 3

           Born: 20 May 1831 - Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland 3
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           Died: 25 Jan 1904 - Leiters Ford, Fulton County, Indiana 3
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         Father: John Campbell (1797-Abt 1886) 3
         Mother: Clara Barcher (1809-      )


       Marriage: Bef 1860 3

   Other Spouse: Janet Jennet Gilchrist (1835-1865) 3 - 19 Jan 1860 - Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana 3

   Other Spouse: Mary Rebecca Zuck (1840-1923) - 14 Mar 1867 - Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana 3

Noted events in his life were:
Confirmation 3, Presbyterian

Adoption, May 1994 - Presbyterian




Wife Angeline Sutley

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   Other Spouse: O.P. Lanner (      -      ) - After 1960 3



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1 F Angeline Cempbell

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m1. Angeline Sutley m2. Janet\Jennet Gilchrist m3. Rebecca Zuck

Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED Individual note: BIO: "The Evening Sentinel", Rochester IN, Monday, Jan. 25, 1904, reads as follows: "Ex-County Commissioner Christian CAMPBELL died at his home near Leiters Ford this morning after an illness of two years which finally resulted in paralysis of the nerves. He was nearly 73 years old and a widely known and useful citizen. He had been married 3 times and leaves a wife [Rebecca M. ZUCK CAMPBELL] and nine children, as follows: Mrs. Angie [CAMPBELL] LaMAR Carmi,Ill.; James, John, Barch and Lucretia CAMPBELL, Mrs. Ulysses [A.] [Clara CAMPBELL] LEITER and Mrs. Wm. [Dottie CAMPBELL] YELTON, all of Leiters and Attorney C[harles] C. CAMPBELL, of this city; and Prof. A.A.CAMPBELL, Superintendent of the Peru schools. The funeral occurs Wednesday." ***************************************

Christopher CAMPBELL was apparently a rather prominent citizen in Rochester, IN in the mid to late 1800s. Two county histories include biographies of him and his family. Peattie's "History of Fulton County..." in 1896 contains the following information: CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, of Aubbeenaubbee township, was born in Baltimore, Md., May 20, 1831. His parents were John and Clara Barcher CAMPBELL. The father was born in SCOTLAND in 1797 and died in White County Ill., when nearly 90 years old. He came to America when 18...Clara Barcher who was born in Amsterdam, HOLLAND in 1809... (1835) moved to Sandusky, OH...(1853) to Fulton County... members of the Presbyterian Church...They had the following children: Daniel, deceased; Christopher, Angus, John, Edward, deceased; Clara, Jeanette, Nancy, deceased; Sarah and Isabella...(Christopher) is the only one now residing in Fulton County. He was about five years of age when his parents went to OHIO, in which state he grew to manhood, receiving a fair education in an old log school house. His youth was spent in aiding his father on the farm and from boyhood, he has followed farming...he was married at the age of 24 years. Mr. CAMPBELL has been married three times... Angeline SUTLEY, who bore him a daughter (Angeline, now the wife of O.P. LANNER, of White County, Ill.)... second wife...Jeanette GILCHRIST, ... he married Rebecca Zuck... Mr. and Mrs. CAMPBELL are members of the Presbyterian Church and he is a member of the IOOF and is a demitted member of the Masonic fraternity. Politically, Mr. CAMPBELL is a staunch republican. He cast his first presidential vote for John C. FREMONT. He has never aspired to political office, but has served as county commissioner for one term. ***************************************

"FULTON COUNTY FOLKS" Vol. 2, p. 108, contains another sketch of the CAMPBELL family. Much of the information here is the same as before, but a few datails of interest follow:

The saga of the Fulton County CAMPBELLs in this country goes back to an 18-year-old boy named John CAMPBELL, who arrived in Baltimore, Md., in 1815. Two years later, his parents two sisters, Jeanette and Isabella, and two brothers, Angus and Donald, followed... (Christopher) was known as a "Black Republican" because of his sympathy for the colored people and help with the underground railway through Fulton County...

This account also contains a photograph of the John and Clara (BARCHER) CAMPBELL family. Christopher, seated between his brother, Daniel, and his mother, apears to be of rather average build, with a long, narrow face, a full beard and dark hair. ****************************************

Although most records report Christopher's church affiliation as Presbyterian, one of the Misc. Record Books in the Fulton County Recorder's Office contains the minutes of the "M.E. Church" (Methodist Evangelical) in Aubbeenaubbee Twp. which states that Christopher CAMPBELL was elected to the Board of Trustees for that church 27 MAR 1875. Compiler received christening data, etc. for some of Christopher's children from a requested search of the records of the First Presbyterian Church in Rochester, IN. There was no reference in those records to the GILCHRIST family or to the mother of James and John C. CAMPBELL.

REFERENCES: 1. Peatties "History of Fulton County, IN"; 1896, CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, p. 52; Fulton Co. Library, Rochester, IN 2. "Fulton County Folks"; Vol 2, p. 108, "CRISTOPHER CAMPBELL FAMILY", Fulton Co. Lib. Rochester, IN 3. "Fulton County Marriages"; Book B, p. 402; Co. Clerk; Rochester, IN. 4. Tombstone Inscription, I.O.O.F. Cem., Leiters Ford, IN. 5. "Newspaper Excerpts" (?); page 180; "The Evening Sentinel," Rochester, IN. Obituary for "Christian" CAMBELL, Monday, Jan. 25, 1904. (Copy owned by compiler.) 6. U.S. Census INDIANA; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.: 1860; p 113; #761/#761; MF #653-260. 1870; p 6; #49/#49; MF #593-316. 1880: ED #37; p 3; #23/#23; MF #T9-278. 1900; ED #34; p 1; #1/#1; (Barcher B. CAMPBELL, Enumerator); MF #623-372. 7. "Index to Fulton County Court Records, 1836-1872," Nov. Term 1871; Civil Cases; p 436; Case #108; Jameson and Calkins, Attn.: State of INDIANA. Ex. Rel. James ROBERTSON vs Christopher CAMPBELL and James GILCHRIST on bond, summons 11-2-1871. (Second entry: p 432; #60; March Term, 1872.) Index on file: Fulton Co. Pub. Lib.; Rochester, IN. Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED-11/8/1999


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Christopher (Christain) Campbell and Janet Jennet Gilchrist



Husband Christopher (Christain) Campbell 3

           Born: 20 May 1831 - Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland 3
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         Father: John Campbell (1797-Abt 1886) 3
         Mother: Clara Barcher (1809-      )


       Marriage: 19 Jan 1860 - Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana 3

   Other Spouse: Angeline Sutley (      -      ) - Bef 1860 3

   Other Spouse: Mary Rebecca Zuck (1840-1923) - 14 Mar 1867 - Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana 3

Noted events in his life were:
Confirmation 3, Presbyterian

Adoption, May 1994 - Presbyterian




Wife Janet Jennet Gilchrist 3

           Born: 16 Jun 1835 - Jefferson County, Indiana 10
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         Father: James Gilchrist (1839-1926) 11
         Mother: Mary Anderson (1799-1877) 10



Noted events in her life were:
Baptism 3, Ioof Cemetery, Leiters Ford, Fulton County, Indiana

Adoption, 1870 - Ioof Cemetery, Leiters Ford, Fulton County, Indian



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1 M John C. Campbell

           Born: 22 Jun 1861 - Fulton County, Indiana 3
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2 M James T. Campbell

           Born: 22 Apr 1863 - Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, Indiana 3
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         Spouse: Barbara A. Leiter (Abt 1865-1900)
           Marr: 18 Dec 1884 - Fulton County, Indiana 3
         Spouse: Amanda Keister (      -      )
           Marr: 14 Jan 1901 - Fulton County, Indiana 3



3 M John B. Campbell

           Born: 9 Jul 1865 - Fulton County, Indiana 3
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           Died: 13 Jan 1935 - Leiters Ford, Fulton County, Indiana 3
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         Spouse: Rhoda J. Sheets (1866-      )
           Marr: 1 Jan 1890 - Fulton County, Indiana 3




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Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED Individual note: BIO: "The Evening Sentinel", Rochester IN, Monday, Jan. 25, 1904, reads as follows: "Ex-County Commissioner Christian CAMPBELL died at his home near Leiters Ford this morning after an illness of two years which finally resulted in paralysis of the nerves. He was nearly 73 years old and a widely known and useful citizen. He had been married 3 times and leaves a wife [Rebecca M. ZUCK CAMPBELL] and nine children, as follows: Mrs. Angie [CAMPBELL] LaMAR Carmi,Ill.; James, John, Barch and Lucretia CAMPBELL, Mrs. Ulysses [A.] [Clara CAMPBELL] LEITER and Mrs. Wm. [Dottie CAMPBELL] YELTON, all of Leiters and Attorney C[harles] C. CAMPBELL, of this city; and Prof. A.A.CAMPBELL, Superintendent of the Peru schools. The funeral occurs Wednesday." ***************************************

Christopher CAMPBELL was apparently a rather prominent citizen in Rochester, IN in the mid to late 1800s. Two county histories include biographies of him and his family. Peattie's "History of Fulton County..." in 1896 contains the following information: CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, of Aubbeenaubbee township, was born in Baltimore, Md., May 20, 1831. His parents were John and Clara Barcher CAMPBELL. The father was born in SCOTLAND in 1797 and died in White County Ill., when nearly 90 years old. He came to America when 18...Clara Barcher who was born in Amsterdam, HOLLAND in 1809... (1835) moved to Sandusky, OH...(1853) to Fulton County... members of the Presbyterian Church...They had the following children: Daniel, deceased; Christopher, Angus, John, Edward, deceased; Clara, Jeanette, Nancy, deceased; Sarah and Isabella...(Christopher) is the only one now residing in Fulton County. He was about five years of age when his parents went to OHIO, in which state he grew to manhood, receiving a fair education in an old log school house. His youth was spent in aiding his father on the farm and from boyhood, he has followed farming...he was married at the age of 24 years. Mr. CAMPBELL has been married three times... Angeline SUTLEY, who bore him a daughter (Angeline, now the wife of O.P. LANNER, of White County, Ill.)... second wife...Jeanette GILCHRIST, ... he married Rebecca Zuck... Mr. and Mrs. CAMPBELL are members of the Presbyterian Church and he is a member of the IOOF and is a demitted member of the Masonic fraternity. Politically, Mr. CAMPBELL is a staunch republican. He cast his first presidential vote for John C. FREMONT. He has never aspired to political office, but has served as county commissioner for one term. ***************************************

"FULTON COUNTY FOLKS" Vol. 2, p. 108, contains another sketch of the CAMPBELL family. Much of the information here is the same as before, but a few datails of interest follow:

The saga of the Fulton County CAMPBELLs in this country goes back to an 18-year-old boy named John CAMPBELL, who arrived in Baltimore, Md., in 1815. Two years later, his parents two sisters, Jeanette and Isabella, and two brothers, Angus and Donald, followed... (Christopher) was known as a "Black Republican" because of his sympathy for the colored people and help with the underground railway through Fulton County...

This account also contains a photograph of the John and Clara (BARCHER) CAMPBELL family. Christopher, seated between his brother, Daniel, and his mother, apears to be of rather average build, with a long, narrow face, a full beard and dark hair. ****************************************

Although most records report Christopher's church affiliation as Presbyterian, one of the Misc. Record Books in the Fulton County Recorder's Office contains the minutes of the "M.E. Church" (Methodist Evangelical) in Aubbeenaubbee Twp. which states that Christopher CAMPBELL was elected to the Board of Trustees for that church 27 MAR 1875. Compiler received christening data, etc. for some of Christopher's children from a requested search of the records of the First Presbyterian Church in Rochester, IN. There was no reference in those records to the GILCHRIST family or to the mother of James and John C. CAMPBELL.

REFERENCES: 1. Peatties "History of Fulton County, IN"; 1896, CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, p. 52; Fulton Co. Library, Rochester, IN 2. "Fulton County Folks"; Vol 2, p. 108, "CRISTOPHER CAMPBELL FAMILY", Fulton Co. Lib. Rochester, IN 3. "Fulton County Marriages"; Book B, p. 402; Co. Clerk; Rochester, IN. 4. Tombstone Inscription, I.O.O.F. Cem., Leiters Ford, IN. 5. "Newspaper Excerpts" (?); page 180; "The Evening Sentinel," Rochester, IN. Obituary for "Christian" CAMBELL, Monday, Jan. 25, 1904. (Copy owned by compiler.) 6. U.S. Census INDIANA; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.: 1860; p 113; #761/#761; MF #653-260. 1870; p 6; #49/#49; MF #593-316. 1880: ED #37; p 3; #23/#23; MF #T9-278. 1900; ED #34; p 1; #1/#1; (Barcher B. CAMPBELL, Enumerator); MF #623-372. 7. "Index to Fulton County Court Records, 1836-1872," Nov. Term 1871; Civil Cases; p 436; Case #108; Jameson and Calkins, Attn.: State of INDIANA. Ex. Rel. James ROBERTSON vs Christopher CAMPBELL and James GILCHRIST on bond, summons 11-2-1871. (Second entry: p 432; #60; March Term, 1872.) Index on file: Fulton Co. Pub. Lib.; Rochester, IN. Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED-11/8/1999


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Individual note: REFERENCES: 1. Tombstone: Jennett, Wife of C. CAMPBELL; IOOF Cem., Leiters Ford, (Fulton) IN (photo owned by compiler) 2. "Fulton County Marriages"; p. 160; Fulton Co. Lib.; Rochester, IN (copy owned by compiler) 3. "Fulton County Indiana Cemetery Inscriptions", p. 79; Leiters Ford,... (Section 1 Row 6.) Fulton Co. Lib.; Rochester, IN 4. "Inscriptions From Leiters Ford Cemetery", DAR Survey of Fulton Co. Cemeteries, p. 76 (copy of page owned by compiler) 5. "Peattie's History of Fulton County Indiana, 1896", p. 52; "Christopher Campbell...", Fulton Co. Lib.; Rochester, IN (copy of article owned by compiler) 6. "Fulton County Folks", p. 108; Christopher Campbell Family, Black Republican, Leiters Ford Sunday School Picnic...."; Fulton Co. Lib., Rochester, IN (Article copy owned by compiler) 7. U.S. Census 1840 IN; Jefferson Co.; Republican Twp.; p. 397; MF# 704-83 8. U.S. Census 1850 IN; Fulton Co.; Rochester Twp.; #103/#103. MF# 432-146 9. U.S. Census 1860 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.; p. 113; #761/#761; MF #653-260 10. Deed Book M-183; Fulton Co. Recorder, Rochester, IN (copy of deed owned by compiler) 11. "Fulton County IND Newspaper Excerpts, 1865-1868", p. 228: Fulton Co. "Delinquent Tax List...for the year 1865 and remaining unpaid on the 15th of Dec. 1866..." (Thursday, Jan. 10, 1867...) 12. "Fulton County Court Record, 1836-1872", Nov. Term 1871, Civil Cases: p. 436, Case #108: Jameson & Calkins, Attn.: State of Indiana. Ex Rel. James Robertson vs Christopher Campbell and James Gilchrist on bond, summons 11-2-1871. (2nd entry: p. 432, #60: March Term 1872) 13. Deed Book 19-159; Fulton Co. Recorder, Rochester, IN (copy of deed owned by compiler) 14. Phyllis GEERKEN, Church Sec'y, First Presbyterian Church; 530 Jefferson Street; Rochester, IN 46975. (Response to letter from compiler requesting a search of the records of the early "First Church" in Rochester Township; records found only for the birth dates of James T. and John C. CAMPBELL.)

BIO: The spelling of the name of this daughter of James and Mary ANDERSON GILCHRIST is uncertain. Her tombstone reads "Jennett"; her marriage license reads "Janet"; deed books, newspapers and county history articles, etc. contain variations of her name. Since she was probably named for one of her Scottish ancestors, compiler has chosen the spelling used in sources from SCOTLAND--Jennet or Gennet. Jennet GILCHRIST was born about the 15th or 16th of June in 1835. This has been calculated from her age as given on the tombstone: "JENNETT, wife of C. CAMPBELL, DIED Oct. 4, 1865, Aged 30 y's, 3 m's & 18 d's." The 1840 census shows one female in the age bracket "5-10" in the home of James GILCHRIST in Jefferson County, IN. The family moved to Fulton County about 1846. On the 1850 census, there is a 15-year-old female who most likely is Jennet, but her name is recorded as "Nancy". (Both of the GILCHRISTs probably spoke with strong accents which may have contributed to the error) By 1860, Jennet was enumerated in the home of her new husband, Christopher CAMPBELL. As of 20 JULY 1860, "Jannett" was 24 years old; she had a 3-year- old step-daughter, Angeline, born to Christopher's first wife, Angeline SUTLEY. In June 1861, Jennet gave birth to her first son, "John C." About two years later, a second son, James T. (perhaps "James Thomas" for Jennet's father and brothers?) was born to the couple. Their third child, also a boy, was born in July before his brother died in September, 1865. He was also given the name of "John" but the middle initial was changed to "B". Just why these boys' names were the same is not known, but it is possible that Jennet and her husband had reason to believe that John C. would not survive. It was customary among Scots to name a later child in memory of one who had died earlier. On the other hand, circuit rider ministers did not return to the same parish every week or two, and newborns were often not named until the minister returned to the area to christen the infant. It could be that John B. remained nameless until after his brother had died, simply waiting for the return of the minister to christen him. John C. died 26 September 1865; his mother died just eight days later. It is also possible that the baby, John B., was named by his father after the death of John C. and Jennett. With the death of Jennet, Christopher was left a widower for the second time. This time he was left with three motherless children. His daughter, Angeline, was about 8 years old; his sons by Jennet were two years of age and two months of age respectively. Christopher married a third time in 1867. March 1860, James and Mary GILCHRIST, had conveyed 60 acres of their farm to Jennet. This was probably meant to be her share of their estate, since her brothers were deeded 180 acres less than a month before. When the delinquent tax list was published in the Rochester newspaper in January 1867, the name of "CAMPBELL, JENNETTE" was listed among land owners owing taxes. In November 1871, Christopher CAMPBELL and James GILCHRIST were served with a summons for a civil suit filed against them by the State of Indiana. The detailed records of this case have not been located. The result of the case is unknown, but somehow, Christopher retained title to the land. In August of 1888, Christopher, his wife, Rebecca (ZUCK), and his son, John B. conveyed this parcel of land to Jennet's older son, James T. (After the death of James T.'s first wife, Barbara LEITER, James sold the land back to his younger brother, John B. CAMPBELL.) Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED-11/8/1999


General Notes for Child James T. Campbell

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m1. Barbara A. Leiter m2. Amanda Keister

Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED

BIO: James T. CAMPBELL was the second of three sons born to Christopher and Jennet (GILCHRIST) CAMPBELL, in Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, IN. James was only about two years old when his mother died, leaving Christopher with a seven-year-old daughter by his first marriage, James T. and a two- month-old baby, John B. In March, 1867, Christopher CAMPBELL married for the third time, this marriage to Rebecca ZUCK. By the time of the 1870 census enumeration, the couple had added two more children to their household. James was seven at that time, and John B. was 5. In 1880, 19-year-old James was still living at home; the CAMPBELL household had grown to include eight children, plus a 27-year-old nephew of Christopher's or Rebecca's, who was teaching school and living with the CAMPBELLs. Four years later, James T. married Barbara Ann LEITER, the daughter of a neighbor of the GILCHRIST family, Jacob LEITER. Barbara's father apparently owned a large amount of land in the area now known as "Leiters Ford" in Fulton County. In 1864, Jacob and his wife, Lydia, sold a small parcel of land to James and Mary GILCHRIST, grandparents of James T. Maps of the area around Leiters Ford in the mid-to-late 1800s show considerable property belonging to the Leiters. In 1860, shortly after her marriage to Christopher CAMPBELL, Jennet purchased about one third of her parents' holdings in Rochester Township. After her death, this property evidently went to her husband, but in 1867 there was a court case wherein the State of Indiana filed suit against Christopher CAMPBELL and James GILCHRIST. Compiler has tried in vain to find the details of that court case, but there is some evidence that it had to do with that parcel of property. (Jennet was named on a delinquent tax list for the county in 1866.) Although documentation re the outcome of this case has not been located, Christopher evidently retained the property of his dead wife, perhaps in trust for her two sons. In August, 1888, Christopher, his wife, Rebecca and John B. CAMPBELL conveyed the above-mentioned property to James T. CAMPBELL. In November, 1895, Barbara A. and James T. CAMPBELL took out a mortgage for 26+ acres just to the north of that 60 acres. Rosemary WILLIAMS, in researching this family for compiler, found and provided a photocopy of "1896 FULTON COUNTY SCHOOL ENUMERATION," which shows CAMPBELL childre - "Ida, 9, F; Genette, 7, F; and Frank, 6, M" with guardians "J.A. CAMPBELL/Barbera CAMPBELL." Although compiler has been unable to find death or burial records for Barbara (LEITER) CAMPBELL, she apparently died between 1896 and 1900. Compiler found James, "widowed", enumerated as a boarder in the home of Garrison and Sara WALTERS. Three of his children by Barbara LEITER are enumerated in the homes of relatives and a nin-year-old son, Frank, is enumerated as "Boarder" in the home of Frank H. and Mattie COOK. Just three months prior to the 1900 enumeration, James sold the sixty acres he had received from his father and his brother, John B., back to John B. The deed also contained the statement, "The grantee assumes the mortgage against the above described lands." Fulton County Marriage Records show a marriage 14 April 1901 for James T. CAMPBELL to Amanda KEISTER. Per the 1910 census, James and Amanda had two daughters, born after this marriage - Alma was 8 years of age and Thelma, 5. Also enumerated in their household were Frank, son, 19; Hugh, son, 17; and a 13-year-old "son", whose given name was unreadable on the film. A history of the Leiters Ford area found in the Public Library in Fulton County, shows (on p 51) a group picture of students of Leiters Ford High School 1905-1906. The fifth person in the front row of this group is "Jenette CAMPBELL", James' daughter. Four years later, she had apparently married, but this marriage did not appear in the Fulton County Marriage Index pages photocopied by compiler. Addie was also missing from the household by 1910, but compiler failed to photocopy the first page of CAMPBELL marriages which would have included given names beginning with "a" prior to "an". In 1912, "Elizabeth SLUMAN and Arnold H. SLUMAN her husband of Fulton County..." " for the sum of One Dollar and the exchange of properties," conveyed to James T. CAMPBELL "of Fulton County" two parcels of land in Section 23, part of which was situated just north of the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, where James' parents were buried. Which property James gave over in this exchange was not found. Also in 1912, "Addie B. SALES, and her husband Kline W. SALES; Jeanette CAMPBELL, a single woman over the age of 21 years; and Frank CAMPBELL, a single man over the age of 21 years of Fulton County... Release and quit claim to James T. CAMPBELL of Fulton County, in the State of Indiana for and in consideration of One thousand dollars ... Thirty one acres of uniform width off of the entire west side of the east half of the north west quarter of section twenty five, township thirty one north, range one east, exclusive of the right of way of the Chicago and Erie Railroad Company..." The lower portion of this deed shows the notarized statement of "Jeannette CAMPBELLE, a single woman grantor..." This statement was notarized in Cook County, IL on 04 June 1912. Then on 25 April 1915, James T. CAMPBELL and Amanda E. CAMPBELL, his wife, "of Warren County, in the State of Indiana," along with Frank E. and Mary P. HALL, also of Warren County, convey to John B. CAMPBELL, the brother of James, "a strip of land Thirty (30) feet wide of uniform width off the entire west side of the north east fractional Quarter 1/4 of the north west fractional Quarter 1/4 of Section Twenty (20), Township (31) north, range two east, containing one half acre more or less..." From the above deeds, plus the report of Byron GILCHRIST that James CAMPBELL and family had migrated to WISCONSIN, compiler assumed that James, at least, had left the Fulton County area permanently. Then, Rosemary WILLIAM, in research done at the Fulton County Health Department, found a death record for James "G." CAMPBELL, b. April 22, 1863 d. 2/20(?) April 1939. The identity of James CAMPBELL's wife was not recorded, but his parents were listed as "C. CAMPBELL, b. Maryland" and "Jeanette GILCHRIST, b. ____" The place of burial of James is still unknown. (Aug. 1997)

REF: 1. "FULTON COUNTY FOLKS," Vol. 2, pp 108-109; "CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL FAMILY," Fulton County Pub. Lib.; Rochester, IN. (Copy of article owned by compiler.) 2. "PEATTIES HISTORY OF FULTON COUNTY INDIANA, 1896", pp 52-53; "CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL," Fulton Co. Pub. Lib.; Rochester, IN. (Copy of article owned by compiler.) 3. OBITUARY: Christopher CAMPBELL, Father, 25 Jan. 1904; "The Evening Sentinel", Fulton Co. Pub. Lib., Rochester, IN. 4. "FULTON COUNTY MARRIAGES," p 160; (CAMPBELL, cont'd) Angie O. - Lois K.; Fulton Co. Pub. Lib., Rochester, IN. (Photocopy of page owned by compiler.) (Marriage Book D-523 and Marriage Book G-161, Office of the County Clerk, Rochester, IN) 5. "1896 FULTON COUNTY SCHOOL ENUMERATION," Rochester Twp.; Fulton Co. Pub. Lib.; Rochester, IN. (Photocopy provided by R. WILLIAMS, Gen. Res.; P.O. Box 65, Fulton, IN.) 6. Death Records: James "G." CAMPBELL; Fulton Co. Board of Health; Rochester, IN. (Notes taken by R. WILLIAMS) 7. Deed Books: Book 19-159; Book 34-496; Mortgage Book 27:218-220; Book 53-469; Book 54-255; Book 58-299. Office of the County Recorder; Rochester, IN. 8. U.S. Census 1870 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp; p 6; #49/#49; MF #593-316. 9. U.S. Census 1880 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp; ED #37; p 3; #23/#23. 10. U.S. Census 1900 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.; ED #34; Sheet #313; #1/#1; #194/#194; #221/#221; #295/#295. MF #623-372. 11. U.S. Census 1910 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp; ED #50; #240. MF#624- 350. Died source: Rosemary WILLIAMS, Gen. Res.; P.O. Box 65; Fulton, IN 46931 Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED-11/8/1999


General Notes for Child John B. Campbell

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Individual note: 1. Rosemary Williams, Fulton (Fulton), IN. from Fulton County Death Records, Dep't of Health, Rochester, IN. 2. "Marriage Book E", p. 346, Fulton Co. Courthouse, Rochester, IN Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED-11/8/1999


Christopher (Christain) Campbell and Mary Rebecca Zuck



Husband Christopher (Christain) Campbell 3

           Born: 20 May 1831 - Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland 3
     Christened: 
           Died: 25 Jan 1904 - Leiters Ford, Fulton County, Indiana 3
         Buried: 


         Father: John Campbell (1797-Abt 1886) 3
         Mother: Clara Barcher (1809-      )


       Marriage: 14 Mar 1867 - Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana 3

   Other Spouse: Angeline Sutley (      -      ) - Bef 1860 3

   Other Spouse: Janet Jennet Gilchrist (1835-1865) 3 - 19 Jan 1860 - Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana 3

Noted events in his life were:
Confirmation 3, Presbyterian

Adoption, May 1994 - Presbyterian




Wife Mary Rebecca Zuck

           Born: 17 Dec 1840 - Ohio 12
     Christened: 
           Died: 5 Oct 1923 - Kentland, Newton County, Indiana 12
         Buried: 


         Father: Daniel Zuck (      -      )
         Mother: Sarah Zuck (      -      )





Children
1 M Charles C. Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Sarah (Dottie) Campbell

           Born: Dec 1870 - Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, Indiana 12
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: William Yelton (      -      )
           Marr: 19 Sep 1894 - Fulton County, Indiana 12



3 M Albert Alexis Campbell 12

           Born: Abt 1871 - Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, Indiana 12
     Christened:  - Peru, Miami County, Indiana;Moved To Leiters Ford In 1908. 12
           Died: Abt 1957 - Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon 12
         Buried:  - Superintendent Of Schools 1900-1908;Principal Of One Of The Largest Grammar Scho 12
         Spouse: Orpha Brumbaugh (      -Abt 1942)
           Marr: Abt 1897 - Kewanna, Fulton County, Indiana 12



4 F Clara Campbell

           Born: Abt 1874 - Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, Indiana 12
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ulysses A. Leiter (      -      )
           Marr: 25 Sep 1895 - Fulton County, Indiana 12



5 M Barcher Benton (Barch) Campbell 12

           Born: Abt 1874 - Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, Indiana 12
     Christened:  - Peru, Miami County, Indiana
           Died: 
         Buried:  - Ren Grain Elevator There, Owned By Brother Albert Alexis Campbell 12
         Spouse: Pink Verna Bailey (Abt 1882-1965)
           Marr: 23 Apr 1902 - Fulton County, Indiana 12



6 F Lucretia A. (Creet) Campbell

           Born: Jan 1881 - Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, Indiana 12
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes (Husband)

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m1. Angeline Sutley m2. Janet\Jennet Gilchrist m3. Rebecca Zuck

Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED Individual note: BIO: "The Evening Sentinel", Rochester IN, Monday, Jan. 25, 1904, reads as follows: "Ex-County Commissioner Christian CAMPBELL died at his home near Leiters Ford this morning after an illness of two years which finally resulted in paralysis of the nerves. He was nearly 73 years old and a widely known and useful citizen. He had been married 3 times and leaves a wife [Rebecca M. ZUCK CAMPBELL] and nine children, as follows: Mrs. Angie [CAMPBELL] LaMAR Carmi,Ill.; James, John, Barch and Lucretia CAMPBELL, Mrs. Ulysses [A.] [Clara CAMPBELL] LEITER and Mrs. Wm. [Dottie CAMPBELL] YELTON, all of Leiters and Attorney C[harles] C. CAMPBELL, of this city; and Prof. A.A.CAMPBELL, Superintendent of the Peru schools. The funeral occurs Wednesday." ***************************************

Christopher CAMPBELL was apparently a rather prominent citizen in Rochester, IN in the mid to late 1800s. Two county histories include biographies of him and his family. Peattie's "History of Fulton County..." in 1896 contains the following information: CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, of Aubbeenaubbee township, was born in Baltimore, Md., May 20, 1831. His parents were John and Clara Barcher CAMPBELL. The father was born in SCOTLAND in 1797 and died in White County Ill., when nearly 90 years old. He came to America when 18...Clara Barcher who was born in Amsterdam, HOLLAND in 1809... (1835) moved to Sandusky, OH...(1853) to Fulton County... members of the Presbyterian Church...They had the following children: Daniel, deceased; Christopher, Angus, John, Edward, deceased; Clara, Jeanette, Nancy, deceased; Sarah and Isabella...(Christopher) is the only one now residing in Fulton County. He was about five years of age when his parents went to OHIO, in which state he grew to manhood, receiving a fair education in an old log school house. His youth was spent in aiding his father on the farm and from boyhood, he has followed farming...he was married at the age of 24 years. Mr. CAMPBELL has been married three times... Angeline SUTLEY, who bore him a daughter (Angeline, now the wife of O.P. LANNER, of White County, Ill.)... second wife...Jeanette GILCHRIST, ... he married Rebecca Zuck... Mr. and Mrs. CAMPBELL are members of the Presbyterian Church and he is a member of the IOOF and is a demitted member of the Masonic fraternity. Politically, Mr. CAMPBELL is a staunch republican. He cast his first presidential vote for John C. FREMONT. He has never aspired to political office, but has served as county commissioner for one term. ***************************************

"FULTON COUNTY FOLKS" Vol. 2, p. 108, contains another sketch of the CAMPBELL family. Much of the information here is the same as before, but a few datails of interest follow:

The saga of the Fulton County CAMPBELLs in this country goes back to an 18-year-old boy named John CAMPBELL, who arrived in Baltimore, Md., in 1815. Two years later, his parents two sisters, Jeanette and Isabella, and two brothers, Angus and Donald, followed... (Christopher) was known as a "Black Republican" because of his sympathy for the colored people and help with the underground railway through Fulton County...

This account also contains a photograph of the John and Clara (BARCHER) CAMPBELL family. Christopher, seated between his brother, Daniel, and his mother, apears to be of rather average build, with a long, narrow face, a full beard and dark hair. ****************************************

Although most records report Christopher's church affiliation as Presbyterian, one of the Misc. Record Books in the Fulton County Recorder's Office contains the minutes of the "M.E. Church" (Methodist Evangelical) in Aubbeenaubbee Twp. which states that Christopher CAMPBELL was elected to the Board of Trustees for that church 27 MAR 1875. Compiler received christening data, etc. for some of Christopher's children from a requested search of the records of the First Presbyterian Church in Rochester, IN. There was no reference in those records to the GILCHRIST family or to the mother of James and John C. CAMPBELL.

REFERENCES: 1. Peatties "History of Fulton County, IN"; 1896, CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, p. 52; Fulton Co. Library, Rochester, IN 2. "Fulton County Folks"; Vol 2, p. 108, "CRISTOPHER CAMPBELL FAMILY", Fulton Co. Lib. Rochester, IN 3. "Fulton County Marriages"; Book B, p. 402; Co. Clerk; Rochester, IN. 4. Tombstone Inscription, I.O.O.F. Cem., Leiters Ford, IN. 5. "Newspaper Excerpts" (?); page 180; "The Evening Sentinel," Rochester, IN. Obituary for "Christian" CAMBELL, Monday, Jan. 25, 1904. (Copy owned by compiler.) 6. U.S. Census INDIANA; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.: 1860; p 113; #761/#761; MF #653-260. 1870; p 6; #49/#49; MF #593-316. 1880: ED #37; p 3; #23/#23; MF #T9-278. 1900; ED #34; p 1; #1/#1; (Barcher B. CAMPBELL, Enumerator); MF #623-372. 7. "Index to Fulton County Court Records, 1836-1872," Nov. Term 1871; Civil Cases; p 436; Case #108; Jameson and Calkins, Attn.: State of INDIANA. Ex. Rel. James ROBERTSON vs Christopher CAMPBELL and James GILCHRIST on bond, summons 11-2-1871. (Second entry: p 432; #60; March Term, 1872.) Index on file: Fulton Co. Pub. Lib.; Rochester, IN. Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED-11/8/1999


General Notes (Wife)

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By the time of the 1870 census enumeration, the couple had added two more children to their household. Source: Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED

REFERENCES: 1. "History of Fulton Co. IN", 1896, by Peattie, p. 52
"CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL"; Fulton Co. Lib., Rochester, IN 2. U.S. Census 1870 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubee. Twp.; p.6; #49/#49; MF# 593-316 3. U.S. Census 1880 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubee. Twp.; E.D. #37; p. 3;
#23/#23. MF3 T9-278 4. U.S. Census 1900 IN; Fulton Co.; E.D.#34; p.1; #1/#1. MF# 623-372. 5. "Fulton County Marriages"; p. 160; (Index-Book B, p. 402, Fulton Co.
Clerk, Rochester, IN) 6. "Fulton Co. Cemetery Inscriptions"; Vol 3, pp. 79-89 7. Rosemary Williams, Fulton, (Fulton) IN, from Fulton Co. Death
Records, Health Dep't, Rochester, IN 8. Tombstone: Rebecca M. CAMPBELL; IOOF, Leiters Ford Cem.; Fulton Co., IN 9. Deed Book 19-42 & 43; Fulton Co. Recorder, Rochester, IN
(copy owned by compiler) 10. Deed Book 19-49; Fulton Co. Recorder, Rochester, IN (copy owned by
compiler) 11. Misc. Record Book #2, p. 230; Fulton Co. Recorder, Rochester, IN

BIO:
Contrary to family tradition, Rebecca ZUCK was the third wife of Christopher CAMPBELL. For many years, family tradition had reported that she was Rebecca GILCHRIST prior to her marriage. Documents indicate that she was born in OHIO, as were her parents, Daniel ZUCK and Sarah (maiden name unknown).
At the time of her marriage, Rebecca became step-mother to Angeline, the daughter of Christopher and Angeline SUTLEY, and two of Christopher's sons by Jennet GILCHRIST, his second wife. A third son born to Jennet died just a few days before his mother in 1865. Rebecca and Christopher had at least six more children after their marriage.
In May, 1873, Daniel ZUCK, Rebecca's father, signed with Christopher on an IOU to Albert CARR for $95.00. This loan was paid 30 MAY 1873. In March, 1874, Isaac ZUCK of Santa Clara County, CA gave Christopher Power of Attorney to take care of "all business affairs in Fulton County" for him. Isaac was probably a brother to Rebecca, however, it appears that Isaac's wife was also named "Rebecca ZUCK". On 21 April 1880, Isaac N. ZUCK and Rebecca A. ZUCK, "husband and wife...of the County of Dundy, State of Nebraska..." conveyed to Chrsitopher CAMPBELL 60 acres of land in Section 21, Towmship 31 North, Range 1 East, Fulton County. There was a condition on this conveyance that "...said premises...are free from incumberance except the interest of Jane STREET..." (possibly a sister to Rebecca and Isaac?)
Three days later Rebecca M. CAMPBELL conveyed 40 acres of Section 26, same township and range, to Christopher, her husband. It appears from these deeds that the properties were part of the estate of Daniel ZUCK and that he must have died between 1873 and 1888. On April 24, the day of Rebecca's conveyance of 40 acres to her husband, Christopher conveys back to his wife the 60 acres he had purchased from Isaac and Rebecca three days before!
Christopher died in 1903 after an illness of two years. Between the time of his death and the 1910 census, Rebecca evidently left Fulton County and moved to Newton County, IN where she died in OCT 1923. Whether she was living with one of her married children or another relative is not known. She was buried beside her husband in the cemetery at Leiters Ford. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


General Notes for Child Sarah (Dottie) Campbell

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BIO:
On U.S. Census for 1870, Aubbee. Twp., Christopher and Rebecca CAMPBELL reported a female "Infant" age 5 mos; (no name given.)
U.S. Census 1880 shows a 10-year-old female named "Sarah." No "Dottie" appears in any of the appropriate census records.
1900 Census does not show this child in the CAMPBELL household; yet Christopher CAMPBELL's obituary in the Rochester Sentinel, 25 Jan. 1904, lists "Mrs. Wm. (Dottie CAMPBELL) YELTON as one of the surviving children.
Fulton County Marriage Records, Book F. p 145 gives the "Dottie" CAMPBELL and Wm. YELTON marriage record. "Sarah" would have been 24 years of age at this time. This compiler, therefore, has made the assumption that "Sarah" and "Dottie" CAMPBELL are the same person.

REF: 1. U.S. Census 1880 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbee. Twp.; ED #37; p 3 #23/#23.
MF #T9-278. 2. U.S. Census 1870 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbee. Twp.; Rochester P.O.; p 6;
#49/#49. MF #M593-316. 3. Obituary: Christopher CAMPBELL, Father, 25 JAN 1904 ("The Evening
Sentinel," Rochester, IN.; "Newspaper Excerpts" p 180; Fulton Co. Pub.
Lib.; Rochester, IN. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


General Notes for Child Albert Alexis Campbell

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BIO:
Per the "Fulton County Folks" article, Albert Alexis CAMPBELL was born on the family farm near Leiters Ford, IN. He attended the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, MI, and graduated there in 1897. He married Orpha, "of Kewanna, Ind." Their children, Mary, Donald and Malcolm were born in Peru, IN, where Albert was Superintendent of Schools 1900-1908. The family moved to Leiters Ford in 1908. There A.A. CAMPBELL was superintendent of the grade and high school 1908-1912. He also owned the grain elevator there; Albert's younger brother "Barch" was employed by Albert to run the elevator.
In 1912, A.A. CAMPBELL moved his family, including the 2-year-old Albert Angus, to Portland OR. Albert had obtained a position to teach in one of the high schools and later became a school principal. At the time of his retirement in 1938, Albert was principal of one of the largest grammar schools in the city.
Albert survived about 15 years after his wife's death. He died in 1957, at the age of 85. "He had returned to Indiana several times, and the last time in 1947 to attend the 50th anniversary of his graduation from the University of Michigan.

REF: 1. U.S. Census 1880 IN; Fulton Co., Aubbeenaubbee Twp.; E.D.#37; p 3;
#23/#23. Microfilm #T9-278. 2. "Christopher CAMPBELL Family," p 108; "Fulton County Folks", Vol. 2;
Fulton Co. Pub. Library; Rochester, IN. (Photocopy owned by compiler.) 3. Peattie's "History of Fulton County, 1896"; p 53; Fulton Co.
Pub. Library; Rochester, IN. 4. Obit. for Christopher CAMPBELL, "Rochester Sentinel," Jan. 25, 1904.
("Newspaper Excerpts," p 180; Fulton Co. Pub. Lib.; Rochester,IN) 5. U.S. Census 1910 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbee. Twp.; E.D.#50; #110/#110.
MF #T624-350. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


General Notes for Child Clara Campbell

[bobspu.ged]

REF: 1. U.S.Census 1880 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.; E.D.#37;
p 3; 23/23; Microfilm #T9-278. 2. Peattie's "History of Fulton County, 1896"; p 53; Fulton County
Public Library; Rochester, IN 3. "Fulton County Folks"; Vol. 2; p 108; Fulton Co.Pub. Lib; Rochester. IN. 4. Obit.: "Christian" CAMPBELL; "Newspaper Excerpts;" p 180;
"Rochester Sentinel," 25 Jan. 1904. 5. "Fulton County IN. Marriage Record"; Book F, p 246; Court House;
Rochester, IN. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


General Notes for Child Barcher Benton (Barch) Campbell

[bobspu.ged]

1. U.S.Census, 1880; IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.; E.D.#37;
p 3; 23/23; Microfilm #T9-278. 2. U.S.Census,1900; IN; Fulton co.; Aubbee. Twp.; E.D.#34; p 1;
#1/#1; Microfilm #623-372. (NOTE: Barcher B. CAMPBELL was the U.S.
enumerator for this dist. in 1900.) 3. U.S.Census, 1910; IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbee Twp.; E.D.#50; Family
#112; Microfilm T624-350. 4. ~UMarriage Record Book G~u, p 248; Fulton County Court House;
Rochester,IN. 5. ~UFulton County Folks~u; Vol.2, p 108; "Christopher CAMPBELL
Family," Fulton County Public Library; Rochester, IN. 6. Peattie's ~UHistory of Fulton County, 1896~u; p 53; Fulton Co.
Pub. Lib.; Rochester, IN. 7. Obit.: "Christian" (Christopher) CAMPBELL; "Newspaper Excerpts,"
p 180; "Rochester Sentinel," Mon. Jan. 25, 1904. 8. Tombstone: Barcher B. CAMPBELL, IOOF Cem. Leiters Ford, IN. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


General Notes for Child Lucretia A. (Creet) Campbell

[bobspu.ged]

BIO: NOTE: Lucretia CAMPBELL married in Fulton County, IN, after 1904. Her name appears on p 160 of "Fulton County Marriages" (Index), but compiler does not have a complete copy of this page which shows spouse, date, and Marriage Record Book #, etc.

1. U.S.Census 1900; IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.; E.D.#34;
p 1; #1/#l; Microfilm #623-372 2. Peattie's ~UHistory of Fulton County, 1896~u; p 53; Fulton County
Public Library; Rochester, IN. 3. ~UFulton County Folks~u; Vol.2, p 108; "Christopher CAMPBELL
Family," Fulton Co. Pub. Lib., Rochester, IN. 4. Obit. for "Christian" (Christopher) CAMPBELL; "Newspaper Ex-
cerpts," p 180; Mon. Jan. 25, 1904. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


Christy Campbell



Husband

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Christy Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Dana Campbell
         Mother: Judy Gibson





Ulysses A. Leiter and Clara Campbell



Husband Ulysses A. Leiter

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 25 Sep 1895 - Fulton County, Indiana 12

   Other Spouse: Clara (D.O. John 1797) Campbell (      -      )




Wife Clara Campbell

           Born: Abt 1874 - Aubbeenaubbee Township, Fulton County, Indiana 12
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Christopher (Christain) Campbell (1831-1904) 3
         Mother: Mary Rebecca Zuck (1840-1923)




General Notes (Husband)

[bobspu.ged]

1. Obit.: "Christian" CAMPBELL; "Newspaper Excerpts;" p 180;
"Rochester Sentinel," 25 Jan. 1904. 2 "Fulton County IN Marriage Record"; Book F, p 246; Court House;
Rochester, IN. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


General Notes (Wife)

[bobspu.ged]

REF: 1. U.S.Census 1880 IN; Fulton Co.; Aubbeenaubbee Twp.; E.D.#37;
p 3; 23/23; Microfilm #T9-278. 2. Peattie's "History of Fulton County, 1896"; p 53; Fulton County
Public Library; Rochester, IN 3. "Fulton County Folks"; Vol. 2; p 108; Fulton Co.Pub. Lib; Rochester. IN. 4. Obit.: "Christian" CAMPBELL; "Newspaper Excerpts;" p 180;
"Rochester Sentinel," 25 Jan. 1904. 5. "Fulton County IN. Marriage Record"; Book F, p 246; Court House;
Rochester, IN. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


Ulysses A. Leiter and Clara (D.O. John 1797) Campbell



Husband Ulysses A. Leiter

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Clara Campbell (Abt 1874-      ) - 25 Sep 1895 - Fulton County, Indiana 12




Wife Clara (D.O. John 1797) Campbell

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Campbell (1797-Abt 1886) 3
         Mother: Clara Barcher (1809-      )




General Notes (Husband)

[bobspu.ged]

1. Obit.: "Christian" CAMPBELL; "Newspaper Excerpts;" p 180;
"Rochester Sentinel," 25 Jan. 1904. 2 "Fulton County IN Marriage Record"; Book F, p 246; Court House;
Rochester, IN. Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000


Jesse Eugene Henderson and Clara C Campbell



Husband Jesse Eugene Henderson 2

           Born: 1899
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Lacy Eugene Henderson (1872-      ) 2
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 




Wife Clara C Campbell 2

           Born: 1900
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Carol Henderson (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 





Kenneth Mack Smith and Clara Maynard Campbell



Husband Kenneth Mack Smith (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Austin Christopher Smith (1911-1974) 2
         Mother: Sadie Claudine Kelley


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Vada Jo Beene




Wife Clara Maynard Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Staci Raann Smith (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 





Clara Sue Campbell



Husband (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Clara Sue Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Mutt Campbell
         Mother: Mary Edith Bennett





Clarence Campbell and Cleota Downs



Husband Clarence Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 




Wife Cleota Downs (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Lindsay Downs (1893-1978)
         Mother: Florence Wagner (1896-      )





Children
1 M Roger Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Richard Campbell (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Bair (living)





Clarence E. Campbell and Natella Edmonia Dodson



Husband Clarence E. Campbell

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 8 Sep 1897 - Bogard, Carroll Co., MO




Wife Natella Edmonia Dodson 14 15

           Born: 26 Jul 1876 - Mandeville, MO
     Christened: 
           Died: 3 Mar 1953 - Kansas City, MO
         Buried: 


         Father: Abishia Dodson Jr (1839-1908) 14 15
         Mother: Martha Louise Smith (1852-1903) 14 15







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5 James Miracle, 1735328.ged - - Compiled by James Miracle.

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8 L. David Roper, Rousper.ged by L. David Roper.

9 J. Feagin, Gedcom from J. Feagin.

10 Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Parmer.GED.

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13 Elizabeth (Ann) Gilchrist-Jun 1998-Andersn.GED;Ernie Grubb-Mar 2000.

14 GEDCOM file imported on 18 Jul 2001. ABBR Imported GEDCOM fileTITL GEDCOM file imported on 18 Jul 2001. Bartish/Engle/Hamann Family Ellen Bartish <ebartish@theriver.com>.

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