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Ester Stewart Campbell
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Birth: 1767
Colrain
Franklin County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Sep. 10, 1846
Champion
Jefferson County
New York, USA

From the Jefferson county genweb page;

WILLIAM CAMPBELL died 15 June 1828 "while on a visit to his friends in Washington Co. NY" (from Esther Campbell's deposition for pension)

He married 1795

ESTHER STEWART, who was born in 1767, daughter of SAMUEL and REBECCA (HENRY?) STEWART. Her first husband was NATHANIEL BUTTERFIELD, memorial # 38997483. NATHANIEL and ESTHER (STEWART) BUTTERFIELD were the parents of ELIJAH BUTTERFIELD.

Esther married (2) WILLIAM CAMPBELL. She died 10 September 1846 in Champion, Jefferson County, and is buried there.

Children, CAMPBELL:

WILLIAM CAMPBELL (of Philadelphia, Jefferson County)

PRISY CAMPELL married PETER CROWNER (of OH)

STILLMAN CAMPBELL (of Champion in 1830)

BETSY CAMPBELL married STEPHEN H. NUTTING (of Philadelphia,
Jefferson County)

JOHN CAMPBELL (of Champion in 1830)
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Nathaniel Butterfield (1761 - 1793)
 
 Children:
  Samuel Butterfield (1785 - 1794)*
  Nathaniel Butterfield (1789 - 1854)*
  Elijah Butterfield (1792 - 1827)*
  Benjamin Butterfield (1794 - 1878)*
  John Campbell (1804 - 1881)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Hillside Cemetery
Champion
Jefferson County
New York, USA
 
Created by: Bruce Coyne
Record added: Sep 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76442900
Ester <i>Stewart</i> Campbell
Added by: Bruce Coyne
 
Ester <i>Stewart</i> Campbell
Added by: Bruce Coyne
 
Ester <i>Stewart</i> Campbell
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