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Referred to as "White David" due to fair coloring, to distinguish him from his darker complected relative. -------------------- http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:David_Campbell_%2846%29 -------------------- David (White David)7 Campbell (John6, Duncan5, Andrew4, Hugh3, Patrick2, Duncan1) was born 08 March 1705/06 in Londonderry County, Ulster Province, Ireland, and died 19 October 1790 in Washington County VA. He married Mary Hamilton 16 January 1734/35 in Pennsylvania Colony, daughter of Arthur Hamilton and Martha Conyngham. She was born Abt. 1716 in Londonderry County, Ulster Province, Ireland, and died 1801 in Washington County VA.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/n/o/r/Phil-Norfleet/BOOK-0001/0006-0002.html -------------------- eferred to as "White David" due to fair coloring, to distinguish him from his darker complected relative. Born in Ulster Provodence.

Children: Catherine Campbell b. February 1, 1735 or 1736, in Augusta County, Virginia; d. 1798 m. She married Elijah McClannahan, Sr.. Elijah was born between 1730 - 1740.

Mary Campbell, b. 1737, Augusta County, Virginia

Martha Campbell, b. 1739; d. September 1801

Captain John Campbell, Sr. b. April 20, 1742, in Augusta County, Virginia d. 07 December 1825. He married Elizabeth McDonald on October 1, 1778 (Source: Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher, and Kindred Families. By Margaret C. Pilcher.), daughter of Edward McDonald and Elizabeth Robinson. She was born May 29, 1753. Their son, David Campbell was the Governor of Virgina from 1837 to 1840.

Colonel Arthur D. Campbell, Sr., b. 1743 d. August 8, 1811 in Middlesboro, Kentucky. Aurthur married Margaret Campbell on May 12, 1773.Margaret was the daughter of Charles Campbell and Margaret Buchanan. She was born March 16, 1753 and died December 25, 1813.

James Campbell b. 1744, Augusta County, Virginia died before February 25, 1793 m. Margaret Campbell b. Bet. 1740 - 1754. From "Annals of Southwest Virginia 1769-1800", Volume II, by Lewis Preston Summers. Page 1349, Brief of Wills, Washington County, Virginia, Will Book No. 2, Page 24. February 25, 1793. James Campbell. His estate to his mother, Mary Campbell, his sister Martha Campbell, his brother Patrick, his sister Sarah, and his sister Anne Rowan. Executor: John Campbell. Witnesses: Arthur Campbell, Edward Crow, Robert Campbell. Probated August 20, 1793.

William Campbell b. 1746

Margaret Campbell b. March 31, 1748 in Augusta County, Virginia d. 25 July 1799, Campbell's Station, Tennessee. Margaret married Colonel David Campbell, Jr., in 1774, son of David Campbell and Jane Conynghan. He was born August 1753 in Augusta Co. VA. Margaret's date of death is shown by some sources as July 29, 1799. David's date of death is also shown as November 1753. David served in Lord Dunmore's War (1774) and in the Revolutionary War. He served as a private at the Battle of Long Island Flats (July 1776) and at King's Mountain (October 1780). David was made a Captain of the Knox County Militia by Territorial Governor William Blount in 1792. After Tennessee became a state, Governor John Sevier appointed him a 2nd Major in the Tennessee Militia for Knox County ( 04 October 1796). He was appointed Lieutenant Colonel Commandant of the Knox County Militia on 20 December 1800. (source: http://members.tripod.com/~philnorf/children.htm).

Judge David Campbell, Jr., b. 1750, Augusta County, Virginia d. 1812.

Sarah Campbell b. 1752 d. 1802 m. ZEB HOWARD; b. Bet. 1740 - 1750. Source: Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher, and Kindred Families by Margaret C. Pilcher.

Colonel Robert Campbell Sr. b. 1755 in Augusta County, Virginia d. January 1832

Patrick Campbell b. 1758; m. Martha Long b. Bet. 1755 - 1765.

Anne Campbell b. 1759.

Family links:

 John Campbell (1674 - 1741)
 Grizella Grace Hay Campbell (1677 - ____)

 Mary Hamilton Campbell (1716 - ____)*

 Mary Campbell Lockhart (1737 - 1795)*
 John Campbell (1742 - 1825)*
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David "White David" Campbell's Timeline

March 8, 1705
Londonderry County, Ulster Province, Ireland
Augusta, VA, USA
Age 20
Ireland to US

The Annals of Augusta County, Virginia from 1726 - 1871
[excerpt from pp. 147 - 148]

"The Campbells"

"John Campbell came from Ireland to America in 1726, with five or six grown sons and several daughters, and settled first in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Six or seven years afterwards he removed to that part of Orange county, Virginia, which, in 1730, became Augusta County, where many of his numerous descendants lived for many years.

Three of John Campbell's sons came with him to Augusta: Patrick, Robert and David.

I. Patrick Campbell, who died in Augusta, had at least two sons--Charles and Patrick.

1. Charles Campbell, son of Patrick, died in Augusta in 1767. He was the father of General William Campbell of King's Mountain fame. In his will, dated August 4, 1761...he speaks of himself as a resident of Beverley's Manor. He appointed his wife, Margaret, sole executrix...and left 1,000 acres of land on the Holston to his [only] son, William....

2. Patrick Campbell, second son of Patrick and brother of Charles, went ot the southern part of Kentucky, and left many descendants....."

January 16, 1735
Age 29
Orange, Virginia, USA
August 1737
Age 32
Augusta, VA, USA
Age 33
April 20, 1742
Age 37
Augusta, VA, USA
November 3, 1743
Age 38
Augusta, VA, USA
Age 38
Augusta, Virginia, USA
March 31, 1748
Age 43
Augusta, GA, USA