Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Archibald Campbell

Male Bef 1724 - Aft 1769  (> 47 years)


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  • Name Archibald Campbell 
    Born Bef 1724 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1769  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I26668  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2022 

    Family Rebecca Rawlings,   b. 1734, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Mar 1754, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 20 years) 
    Married 15 Jan 1753  St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Alexander Campbell,   b. 1754, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
    Last Modified 18 Jan 2022 
    Family ID F17776  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • The Register of Saint Pauls Parish 1715-1798 - Stafford County, Virginia 1715-1776 -King George County, Virginia 1777-1798 George Harrison Sanford King

      The reverend William Stuart married the next known minister of Washington Parish, the Reverend Mr. Archibald Campbell, to his first wife Rebecca Rallings on the 15th of January 1753. Reverend Archibald Campbell was rector of Washington Parish 1745-1775; the massive tombstone of his first wife is the sole remaining object on the site of pre-Revolutionary Round Hill Episcopal Church:

      The tomb reads:

      Here is buried
      Mrs Rebeckah Campbell
      wife of Reverend Mr. Archibald Campbell
      Minister of Washington Parish.
      She died the XXI of March MDCCLIV
      in the XX of her age.
      Here also lies Alexander, their child.
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      1778-1801 Orange County, Virginia Will Book 3: Antient Press]; Page 109-110
      Appraisement of the estate of DR. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, dec'd value £191.9.0 .. appraisers George Proctor, George Pettey, John Samuel. Returned into court 22nd June 1786.

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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/np146.htm
      URL title: Individual Notes
      Note:
      29 Mar 1786
      Thomas Marshall, Junior assignee of Daniel Bows Plt against Archibald Campbell defendant in debt

      23 Jul 1779 Archibald Campbell Samuel Pepper Plt and Archibald Campbell deft in case. Discontinued
      neither part appearing Court Order Book.

      23 Apr 1798 Archibald Campbell mentioned in the Sale of Estate of John Bray Fauquier County, Virginia
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      Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 67. At the request of John Muschett, the following deed was recorded on Oct 15, 1745.
      Sep 28, 1745 from Samuel Luckett of CC, planter, to John Muschett of CC, merchant, for 8 £sterling, lot #28 in Charles Town. Said lot was taken up by Archibald Campbell & Ignatius Luckett, father of the said Samuel, and since his death, devolved to said Samuel. Signed - Samuel Luckett. Wit - Thomas Stone, William Middleton. Eliza., the wife of the said Samuel Luckett, released her dower.
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      LOTHIAN, ALEXANDER, St, Mary's Co. 2 Dec, 1768; 14 Feb, 1769
      To son of James and Grissie Lothiar, of the City of Edinburgh,
      Scotland.
      Desire to be buried at Chaptico, in the vault belonging to friend Thomas Key, provided it may be agreeable to him.
      I will that my family silver mill for carrying snuff In, be conveyed to friend and relation Alexander Ferguson, Esq. and Advocatle, son of James Fergusson, Esq., of Craigderrock, Edinburgh.
      I desire pistols, case and holsters, which I had from friend Wm. Fitzhugh, Esq., be conveyed to friend and relation, the eld. son of Robert Fergusson, merchant, In Cork.
      Silver watch to friend George Plater, Esq., his eld. son; in case of his death before of age 16, then to his next eld. son; if he have no male issue, then to Geo. Plater, their father.
      To Miss Molly McWilliams,. tea chest and silver; my gold ring.
      To beloved friend Archibald Campbell of Leonard Town, silver punch strainer, silver spoon and gold sleeve buttons, marked with the initial letters of my name; also a fowling piece, which I have sent home to be repaired, and which I expect in by Captain Colson in the ensuing March; 2 seals which are now hanging to my watch.
      To friend James Jordan, merchant, Bristol Stone Knee Buckles, which are set in silver.
      To Thomas Key, pinch beck shoe buckles, which I use every day.
      To Miss Peggy McWilliams, horse.
      To the very worthy lady Mrs. McWilliams, black riding horse called Othello.
      To friend Normand Bruce of Fredrick Co., 2 volumes of Newton's, "Milton."
      To Mr. Campbell of Leonard Town, all books.
      Exs: George Plater, Esq., and Archibald Campbell, merchant.
      Wit: Mary McWilliams, Mary Nierison, Jane and Thomas Key. 37. 254
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      Silas Bowles 7.44 D SM 240.17.4 1775
      Sureties: Sarah McWilliams. Legatees: Elisabeth Nevison.
      Residue to: John Watson and his 3 sisters (unnamed) in Scotland.
      Executor: Mr. Archibald Campbell
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      1747-1749 Record Book Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 208
      Gaskins, Edwin, of Wiccocomoco Parish
      W. W. 9 April l748---W. P. 14 November 1748
      Codicil 16 September 1748
      Brother John Gaskins-the choice of my horses or mares with my riding saddle, bridle, and howson(housing?)
      Godson Archabald Campbell-twenty pounds current money, to be paid when he comes to the age of eighteen.
      Goddaughter Sarah Hull-eighteen pounds current money, to be paid to her when she comes to the age of eighteen or marriage.
      Mother-in-law Mary Campbell-a suit of mourning.
      Two sisters Elizabeth Hull, and Sarah Ann McAdam-each a suit of mourning with a mourning ring, in case they survive me.
      Sister Ann Gaskins-a mourning ring of twenty shillings sterling value.
      Brother Thomas Gaskins-all the rest of my estate and negroes, and he to be my executor.
      Witness: Joseph Ball, Samuel Garlington, and Josias Gaskins.
      CODICIL: Goddaughter Sarah Conway McAdam-the sum of twenty pounds currency when she shall arrive at the age of eighteen years, and to her heirs if she does not live to that age.
      Witness: James Waugh,William Haydon, and Samuel Garlington.
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      1765-1768 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 14; [Antient Press]; Page 322-325
      On Margin. "Del'd to this sd Campbell July 4th 1769"
      Indenture 28 July 1768 between JAMES NEWMAN and VERENDA, his wife, and ARCHABALD CAMPBELL .. for £100 .. sell 166 acres land James Newman purchased of the Trustees of John Spotswood, dec'd .. bounded ... Joshua Hudson .. Petty .. Old Road .. Willis Petty's Mill run .....
      James Newman
      Verenda Newman
      Recorded Orange County
      28th July 1768.

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