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David Campbell
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Birth: 1753
Death: Apr., 1813

David Campbell is buried in an unmarked grave in this cemetery. The pictured stone was erected in his memory in 1925.

Fought in the Revolutionary War at Kings Mountain with Colonial John Sevier's regiment. Co-founder and builder of Campbell Station in Knox County, TN. He descends from Alexander Campbell, Inverary, Arghishire, Scotland. 
In memory of David and Nancy Steel Campbell who with two brothers emigrated from Virginia and built the Fort and were founders of Campbell Station. Died in 1815. Was grantor of this tract of land for church and cemetery in the year 1800.
William 10-28-1786
Alexander 4-9-1789
Polly L. 4-23-1791
Peggy C. M. 4-11-1793
James 6-21-1795
Jenny 11-15-1797
David 1-15-1800
Betsy 6-27-1802
John Steel Campbell 5-23-1808
Erected by Orion Lodge No. 276 I.O.O.F.

Pleasant Forest Cemetery
Knox County
Tennessee, USA
Maintained by: JAMorgan
Originally Created by: Jeff Berry
Record added: Jul 08, 2006
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David Campbell
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- J
 Added: Dec. 3, 2014
gggg Grandfather. Forever grateful.
- Les Varner
 Added: Mar. 27, 2014
We salute you sir!
- descendants of Gen. John Sevier, State of Franklin
 Added: Jul. 25, 2013
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