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Ann Yard Campbell
Birth: Jan. 21, 1783
Death: Sep. 1, 1836

Ann was the daughter of James and Nancy (Mountier) Yard. She was married first to a Mr. Toomy in Philadelphia, and second to Alexander Campbell of Trenton. She joined the First Presbyterian Church in Trenton (her grandfather and grandmother Yard's church) in Aug. 1836, just before she died.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  James Yard (1745 - ____)
  Nancy Mountier Yard
 
 Spouse:
  Alexander Campbell (1783 - 1848)*
 
 Children:
  John Campbell (1808 - 1839)*
  Mary A. Campbell (1809 - 1878)*
  James Yard Campbell (1811 - 1893)*
  Eliza Campbell (1816 - 1888)*
  Henrietta Campbell Reckard (1819 - 1893)*
  Susan A. Campbell Bell (1820 - 1868)*
  David Montgomery Campbell (1821 - 1907)*
  Isabella Campbell Bottom (1825 - 1850)*
 
 Sibling:
  William Mounttier Yard (____ - 1834)*
  Ann Yard Campbell (1783 - 1836)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
IN MEMORY OF ANN CAMPBELL, wife of Alexander Campbell who departed this life Sept. 1st AD 1836 Aged 53 years 7 months and 11 days.

Mourn not for me my kindred dear,
I am not dead but silent here.
As I am now, so you must be.
Prepare for death and follow me.

Mourn not dear friends at my decease.
I hope with Christ I've made my peace:
Life is uncertain, death is sure,
Sin gives the wound and Christ the cure.

[stone has a weeping willow above the inscription]
 
Note: Heartfelt thanks to Scott Balyer for creating this memorial and the photo.
 
Burial:
First Presbyterian Churchyard
Trenton
Mercer County
New Jersey, USA
Plot: East Yard
 
Maintained by: Joseph R. Klett
Originally Created by: Scott Balyer
Record added: Mar 24, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50146599
Ann <i>Yard</i> Campbell
Added by: Scott Balyer
 
 
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Thank you for your part in bringing about my life, for the love you gave and the sacrifices you made. May you rest in peace.
- Joseph R. Klett
 Added: Feb. 15, 2014
 
This page is sponsored by: Joseph R. Klett

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