|Death: ||Apr. 16, 1836|
My 4th Great-Grandfather.
Amherst Co., Va. John Campbell declares he and William both went into service from Amherst County and were at the seige of York, they Served together six months.
Amherst Co., Va. Jesse Wright declares he saw William Campbell start as a soldier to go into service in the Revolution and he was absent
from the neighborhood several months.
Amherst Co., Va. Edward Demasters, a Revolutionary Pensioner, declares about 1781 when on a march to the south, he saw William Campbell at Hood's Fort on James.
Nelson Co., Va. Phillip Ryan declares he went as a militia man from Albemarle Cpunty under Capt. Richard Ballinger and marched to Hood's Fort on James River. He served with William Campbell.
Nelson Co., Va. Henry Campbell declares in 1781 he was drafterd from Amherst County in militia service and marched under Capt. John Loving and was four months on a tour and at the siege of Yorktown. His brother William Campbell on Nelson County was in the same company. William also served a tour at Hood's Fort.
amherst Co., va. thomas Massie and Edmound Massie declare theyy have been acquainted with William Campbell and always believed he served in the Revolution.
Nelson Co., Va. William Campbell declares he served first for three months, then six months and last not less than five and a half months.
He returned home and after a short time marched under Capt. John Loving from Amherst county to the lower part of Virginia and to several positions and finally
to York where he was present an the surrender of Lord Cornwallis 19 Oct 1781. He was enbgaged in this tour nearly six months.
George Washington Campbell (1720 - 1791)
Sarah Goode Campbell (1768 - 1845)
Nancy Campbell Miller (1788 - 1879)*
Henry Campbell (1809 - 1881)*
Washington Campbell (1810 - 1876)*
John Campbell (1750 - 1838)*
William George Campbell (1754 - 1836)
Created by: lkoch270
Record added: Dec 28, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 82480659
<3 My 6th Great Grandfather <3|
Added: Apr. 8, 2016
To my 6th great grandfather. I am so proud of you and your brothers service, you are both my ancestors and I take so much pride in your great sacrifice and that you both are my family. I will visit your grave soon hopefully and I will never forget all you...(Read more)|
Added: Jun. 29, 2014
Vonnie L Cantrell
Added: Feb. 1, 2014
|There are 3 more notes not showing...|
Click here to view all notes...