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THE 



Robert Campbell Genealogy 



A IIECOKI) OF THE DESCENDANTS 



OF 



ROIIEKT CAMPBELL 



OF 



County Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland. 



BY 



Rev, Frederic Campbell 



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Published by the Author 

1909 



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INTRODUCTION. /^ 

This Genealogy of the Robert Campbell family i^ 
not intended for a literary production. Nor does it 
aim to indulge, to any extent, in biographies of the 
individuals named; otherwise the book would have 
been larger than a dictionary and would have cost as 
much It is a simple annotation of genealogical and 
principal historical facts; a following up of the disper- 
sion of this family, and a following back to its early 
history in which all are equally interested. 

The aim has been, through an original method, to 
enable anv one with ease, to thread his way through 
this labyrinth of names. The plan is as follows:— At 
the head of each section is the name of an individual 
whose descendants are enumerated beneath. In par 
enthesis after the head name, is given the immediate 
ancestor of the subject,-father or mother: a reference 
will carry the reader back to the section where this 
parent's name appears at the head, with the brothers 
and sisters and the original subject beneath. In many 
cases names of children have against them a reference, 
sending the reader forward to sections where the same 
appear as parents, their children's names, in turn, 
being ranged beneath. In other cases all this, and 
even"" further generations, are worked out without 
forming separate sections. It is important to notice 
that the section reference at the head usually carries 
backward to parentage; and that at the side of any name 
beneath the head usually carries forward to descen- 
dants. The small raised number after a given name 



indicates the numerical generation to which eacli in- 
dividual belongs. Blank space may be used l^y each 
reader lo record additional tacts or yet future events. 
Abbreviations employed are as follows: 

b. — born. 

l)apt.- — bai)tized . 

ch — child or children. 

d. — died. 

int. — interred. 

1.— lives or lived. 

m. — married. 

unm. — unmarried. 
Further introductory matter will be found under 
the first ancestor. The compiler acknowledges his 
obligations to the little pamphlet of the late Mr. 
Henry F. Douglas, "Robert Campbell and his Descen- 
dants;" to information imparted by his son, Dr. Chas. 
H. J. Douglas; to important records left by his own 
father, the Rev. Samuel M. Campbell, D. D.; and to 
the assistance of many individuals who have answer- 
ed his inquiries. 

Finally, it is the earnest hope of the compiler that 
the strong religious element which seems always to 
have prevailed in this family may ever be so prized 
by its members as to constitute its chief title to dis- 
tinction. 

FREDERIC CAMPBELL 

Brooklyn, N. V,, January 13, 1909. 

Note — As this book goes to press without sufficient 
orders to meet the expense of the very Hniited edition, it 
is hoped that it will be seen that the price charged,— much 
less than that for many genealogies,-- is not unreasonable. 
The author's work has been a labor of love. 



SECTION I. 

Chaklks' Campbell. 

I. Charles' Campbell, § 2. 

The facts concerning this ancestor, and his son of 
the same name, are very uncertain. Dr. Charles H. 
J Douglas of this family, who has made a careful 
study of the Campbell Genealogy, and whose father 
before him did the same, thinks that there is no evid- 
ence supplving us with either these or any other 
names back of Robert^ Campbell. The author's mem- 
ory however is to the effect that at one time his own 
father, Rev. Samuel M.^ Campbell, obtained the 
names' of two ancestors immediately preceding Rob- 
ert, ' and that each of them was Charles. He has 
however no documentary evidence to support this 
theory, and simply gives it for what it is worth. It 
is hoped that in time we may be able to trace a num- 
ber of generations back of Robert, ^^ and thus to carry 
the family across from Ireland to Scotland, where no 
doubt it originated. 

Mrs. Alice Warren Anderson, of this family, writes, 
Nov. 3, 1903, that the Campbells of this book are 
direct descendants of the Duke of Argyll, whose name 
was John Campbell, and that her impression is that 
the ancestral town is Campbelltown, County Nairn, 

Scotland. 

Mrs. Caroline Snelling, of this family, writes, Mar. 
7, 1901, referring to "our ancestry" as follows/ 'They 



6 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

were the most celebrated and important clan in Scot- 
land, and have acted a very grand part in the history 
of Scotland. Their title is Duke of Argyle. The 
Marquis of Argyle led the armies of Scotland in its 
wars with England, and was regent of Scotland dur- 
ing the miiiorit}' of King James. But he was put to 
death, with many others of the Campbells, by Charles 
II., upon whose head the crown had been placed 
by the Marquis of Argyle. There is no doubt but w^e 
are entitled to large estates as well as title in Scotland. ' ' 

Mrs. Snelling refers to Sir Walter Scott's "Tales of 
my Grandfather" for evidence of the nobility of the 
Campbell family. 

The family name, Campbell, is thought by some to 
be Italian in origin,- Campobello, (for which we have 
analogy in the Scotch Portobello,)-meaning beautiful 
field: it would thus be parallel with the English fami- 
ly name Fairfield, the French Beauchamp, and the 
German Schoenfeldt, all meaning the same. But the 
late Duke of Argyll, a Campbell of the Campbells, 
(b. 1823,) declared that the name was purely Scottish 
in origin, its original spelling being Cambel, (which 
suggests the proper pronunciation,) and the meaning 
being "crooked mouth;" this makes it like Cameron, 
meaning "crooked nose;" similar also is Cruikshank; 
all these names probably originated in derisive epith- 
ets flung back and forth until they stuck fast. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 9 

first alone being married before their coming to 
America. Robert^ Campbell's first wife was Janet, of 
whom the first five children were born; the last, Rob- 
ert,^ was the son of the second wife, who died April 
19, 1747, aged 76. 

"The New Englander" of August, i860, says: "A 
single Presbyterian Church was formed, the only one 
in New England, in 1723, composed in considerable 
part of emigrants from the north of Ireland who had 
settled in Voluntown. The pastor of the church was 
Rev. Samuel Dorrance, who continued there for many 
years. ' ' 



10 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY^ 

SECTION IV. 

Charles^ Campbkll. (Robert' ) S 3- b. Ulster, 
Ireland, about 1696; m. Mary Stuart; d. 1770. 

1. James' Campbell. ^. 1721; m. Kennedy. §5 

2. Charles' Campbell, b. 1727; m Patience 
Kennedy. § 6. 

3. Joseph' Campbell. § 9. 

4. Kphraim' Campbell. § 10. 

5. Robert' Campbell. 

a. Noble" Campbell 

(I) Ferguson' Campbell 

(II) Archibald^ Campbell. 

(III) Samuel' Campbell. 

b. Stanton*^ Campbell. 

(I) Thomas' Campbell. I.Windham, Conn. 

6. John"' Campbell. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 11 



SECTION V. 

James^ Campbell. (Charles^ ) S 4- b. 1721; m 
Kennedy; d. 1788. 

,^i. Jaraes^ Campbell, b. 1760; m. Elizabeth" 
Wylie; d. 1812. 

a. Benjamin" Campbell, b. 1790. 1. Rochester 
and Buffalo, N. Y.; a very religious and highly es 
teemed man. 

(I) Elizabeth' Campbell, m. 1833, H. B. 
Sherman, M D. ; d. 1878, Rochester, N. Y.; no ch. 

(II) Asenath^ Campbell, m. 1848, Elisha 
Ely, M.D.; 1. 1879, Healdsburg, Cal.; one daughter 
and grandchild. 

(III) Sarah' Campbell. 1825-1825. 

(IV) Frances Maria' Campbell, b. 1826; 
m. John Hubbell, a Buffalo lawyer. 

(a) F. H/' Hubbell. 

(b) J. C.^' Hubbell. 

(c) Marks.' Hubbell. 

These three are all lawyers; they also had two sisters. 

(V) Julia Sophronia' Campbell. 1831-40. 

(VI) George Benjamin' Campbell. 1837-39, 

b. Sally" Campbell. 1792-1808. 

c. Elizabeth' Campbell 1794 1820. 

d. James" Campbell. 1797- 1853. 

e. John Wylie" Campbell. b. 1799. 

2. Charles Stuart'' Campbell. 1770-1852. m. 
Sarah Jones, 1801, at Stockbridge, Mass. 



12 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

a- Olive" Campbell. 1802-1803. 

b. Meroe" Campbell. 1804- 1877. m. J. W. 
Thompson, 1826. 

c. Almon" Campbell. 1806- 1825. 

d. Arba" Campbell. 1809-1895. m. 1840, N. 
Y, City, Susanna Bower. 

(I) Mary Ellen" Campbell, b. 1841. m. 
A. Chesebro, 1871; 1. Owego, N. Y., 1909. 

(II) Charles Stuart^ Campbell. 1843- 1904. 
m. Harriet Lewis, Palmyra, N. Y., 1873; d. 1906. 

(a) Charles Stuart' Campbell, b. 1878; 
m. Gullatt, 1907, Atlanta, Ga. 

(III) Sarah Elizabeth^ Campbell, b. 1846, 
m. F. N. Mabee, 1868; 1. Albany N. Y., 1909. 

(IV) Emma Louise' Campbell, b. 1855; 
m. Jas. T.' Stone; 1. 1909, Rome, N. Y. § 58. 

e. Olive" Campbell. 1811-1893. m. A.Thomp- 
son, 1836. 

f. James" Campbell. 1814 18S2. m. Hills, 
1840. A Wisconsin pioneer, whose picture hangs in 
the Madison State House. 

(I) Charlotte' Campbell, b. 1842. m. 
G^o. Clinton, i860. 1. 1909, Crockett, Texas. 

(II) Charles^ Campbell. 

g. Charlotte" Campbell. 18 16- 1886. m. James 
Taggart, 1849.* 

h. Charles" Campbell. 1819-1889. m. Betsy 
Dodge, 1847 

(I) Alfred T.' Campbell. 1848- m. 

Mrs. Ames, 1894, Binghamton, N. Y. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 13 

(II) Edgar P.' Campbell. 1851- m. 

1879, Atkinson. 

(a) William Donald" Campbell, b. 1880. 
i. George' Campbell. 1822- m. Susan 

Rittenhouse, 1858; 1. 1909, Kilbourn, Wis. 

(I) William Rittenhouse' Campbell. 

1855-56. 

(II) Olive' Campbell. 1858- 

(III) George Herbert' Campbell. 1863. — 
m. Landt. 1. 1909, Kilburn, Wis. 

(a) George W.' Campbell, b. 1898. 

(IV) Arba F.' Campbell, b. 1866. m. 
Mrs. Emma Johnson. 1. 1909, Osseo, Minn. 

(V) Emma M.' Campbell, b. 1869. m. 
Aheens. 

(VI) Hattie' Campbell, b. 1872. m. Straw, 
j. Henry' Campbell, b. 1827; m. Kingman, 

1874; 1. 1909, Milwaukee, Wis. 

(I) Henry Kingman" Campbell, b. 1880. 
1. 1909, Milwaukee, Wis. 

(II) Robert Livermore' Campbell, b. 1881. 
1. 1909, Missoula, Mont. 

3. Robert*^ Campbell, m. Hannah Frink; 1. 
Chatham, N Y. 

a. Frederick' Campbell. 

b. William' Campbell. 

c. George' Campbell. 

4. Lucy*' Campbell, b. 1753; m. Samuel Rice. 

5. Benjamin^' Campbell, b. 1755. 



14 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

6 Sarah'' Campbell. 1 751- 1799. 

7. Sabra" Campbell. 1762-1827. 

8. George'' Campbell 1764- 1781 

9. Agnes'' Campbell. 1767-1782. m. Birdsall. 

10. Mary'' Campbell. i773-i775- 

11. Rosanna" Campbell. 1775-18 19; m. John" 
Campbell son of Charles'' Campbell. See § 6. 

a. FCzra' Campbell. 

b. Ira' Campbell. 

c. Uri" Campbell. 

d. Arza" Campbell. ' ^ 

e. Rosanna' Campbell. 

f. John" Campbell. 

g. Benjamin' Campbell. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 15 



SECTION VI. 

Charles' Campbell. (Charles/ Robert'^ ) § 4- - 
b. 1727; m. Patience Kennedy; d. 1776. 

1. Mary"^ Campbell, b. 1751; m. Joseph Wylie; 
d. 1801. §7. 

2. Phebe" Campbell, b. 1753; m. Wm. Camp- 
bell. 

3. Patience" Campbell, b 1754; m. Peter 
Wylie. § 13. 

4. Elizabeth'' Campbell, b- 1757; m. ist, 
William Houston; m. 2nd, Jo^eph"^ Wylie. ^^13. §14. 

5. Ephraim*" Campbell, b- 1759; m. Ruth 
Bushnell. 

6. Archibald'' Campbell, b. 1761; m. Mary'' 
Wylie. § 13. 

7. Isaac'' Campbell, b. 1763; m. Elizabeth 
Edmonds. § 8. 

8. Ruth'' Campbell, b. 1767. 

9. Charles'^ Campbell, b. 1769; m. Phebe Gorton. 

10. John Kennedy*^ Campbell, b. 1772; m. 
Rosina'' Campbell; ^5 for descendants. 

11. Susannah" Campbell, b. 1774; m. Thomas 
Houston. 

Note: A daughter of the above Patience" Camp- 
bell, Mho married Peter'' Wylie, is Susannah' Wylie, 
b. 1778. 

Note: The above Ephraim'' Campbell had 
Thomas' Campbell, who in turn had Luther D." 
Campbell, Member of Congress from Ohio. 



16 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

Note: The above Charles'^ Campbell, who married 
Phebe Gorton, had Horace' Campbell, who, in turn, 
had Julian"" Campbell, of Providence, R. I. 



SECTION VII 

Mary" Campbell. (Charles," Charles^ ) § 6. 
b. 1751; m. Joseph Wylie; d. 1801. 

1. Charles' Wylie. 1. Rome, N. Y. 

a. Hon. William Dixon^ Wylie; 1. West 
Walworth, N. Y. 

2. Mary' Wylie. m. John Allen" Campbell. 

3. Matilda' Wylie. m. Allen' Edmond, son of 
Esther" Campbell. § 19. 

Note: Of this family is also Deacon Henry "* 
Wylie, of Sterling, Conn. 



R OBER T CA MPBEL L GENE A LOGY 



SECTION VIII. 

Isaac'' Campbell. (Charles' ) § 6. 
b. 1763; m. Elizabeth Edmonds. 

1. Luthev" Campbell, b. 1793; m. Eunice Row- 
land. 

2. Calvin" Campbell, b. 1796; m. Susan Pierce. 

3. Isaac ^ Campbell, b. 1798. 

4. Ruth" Campbell, b. 1799; m. Henry Davis. 

5. Mary" Campbell, b. 1801; m James Hodges. 

6. Charles' Campbell, b. 1803; m. Eliza Cook; 
had Charles' Campbell, b 1830; and Geo. C" Camp- 
bell, who was b. 1833, m. Glover, 1. Chicago, and had 
Gertrude,-' b. 1863, and Jeannette,"' b. 1865. 



/• 



Milton Campbell, b. 1805; ™^- Lucy Pierce. 

8. Elizabeth" Campbell, b. 1807; m. Norman 
Davis. 

9. Andrew H." Campbell, b. 18 10; m. Susan 
Gates. 

10. James" Campbell, b. 18 12; m. Almira Ed- 
monds. 

11. Rowena" Campbell, b. 18 14. 

12. Cynthia' Campbell, b. 1817. 



18 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION IX 

Joseph' Campbell. (Charles, ' Robert^ ) § 4. 
bapt. 1730; m. Hannah Kennedy. 

1. David" Campbell, b. 1758. 

2. Frederick'' Campbell, b. 1760. 

3. Joseph" Campbell, b. 1762; m. Anna 
Whipple. 

4. Cynthia Ann'' Campbell, b. 1764. 

5. Alexander" Campbell, b. 1767; m. Mary 
Frink. 

6. Mary" Campbell, b. 1770; m. Wm. Barber. 

7. Dorothea" Campbell, b. 1772. 

8. William" Campbell, b. 1774. 

9. Hannah'' Campbell, b. 1776. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 19 



SECTION X. 

Ephraim" Campbell. (Charles,^ Robert.'' ) § 4. 
bapt. 1737; m. Nancy 

Note: Dr. C. H, J. Douglas remarks that there 
was no son Ephraim ' Campbell when Charles^ Camp- 
bell made his will; as the father did not die till at 
least 33 3^ears after the birth of Ephraim,' this con- 
stitutes an unsolved riddle. 



20 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XI. 

Dr. John^ Campbell. (Robert' .) i< 3. 
b. Ulster, Ireland, about 1698; m. Agnes Allen, 1719; 
d. about 1773; one of the original members of the 
Voluntown Church, Oct. 1723; so also his father and 
Charles/ 

1. Jean' Campbell. % \2. 

2. Sarah' Campbell. § 13. 

3. James' Campbell. J^ 15. 

4. Agnes' Campbell. § 24. 

5. John" Campbell, i^ 25. 

6.. Moses' Campbell, b. 1730. d. 1736-7. 

7. Martha^ Campbell. § 31. 

8. Moses' Campbell, b. 1737; m. Sarah Dixon. 
S 28. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 21 



SECTION XII. 

Jean"' Campbell. (John," Robert' ) g ii 
b. 1720; m. John Louden; d. about 1770. 

1. John" Louden. 

2. Mary'' Louden. 



22 ROBERT CAMPBELL (GENEALOGY 



SECTION XIII. 

Sarah' Campbell. (John,' Robert.' ) § ii. 
b. 1722; m. JohnWylie, Jr.; d. 1807. 

1. Joseph*' Wylie. § 14. § 6. 

2. Deacon John*' Wylie. b\ 1746. 

3. Peter*' Wylie. b. 1748-9. m. Patience" 
Campbell. § 6. 

4. Moses" Wylie. b. 1751; m. Mary" Campbell. 

5. Agnes" Wylie. b. 1754; m. Andrew Hunter. 

6. Sarah*' Wylie. b. 1756; m. Robert Dixon. 

7. Jean" Wylie. b. 1759; m. Daniel Green. 

8. Mary" Wylie. b. 1762; m. Archibald*" Camp- 
bell. § 6. 

9. Elizabeth" Wylie. b. 1767; m. James Camp- 
bell. 

Note: — From Deacon John" Wylie was descended 
Elizabeth W." Kasson, the antiquary, of Sterling, 
Conn. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 28 



SECTION XIV. 

Joseph" Wylie. (Sarah' Campbell.) § 13. 
b. 1744; m. 1st, Mary" Campbell; § 6; m. 2d, Mrs. 
Elizabeth'' Campbell Houston; § 20. 
I. Allen' W^'lie, b. 1769. 



John' W^die. b. 1770. 

Charles' Wylie. b. 1772. 

Agnes' Wylie. b. 1775. 

Sarah" Wylie. b. 1777. 

Barbara' Wylie. b. 1779. 

Celinda" Wylie. b. 1781; d. 1782. 

Elizabeth' Wylie. m. Hon. E. R. Potter. §20 



24 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

SECTION XV. 

Lieut, James' Campbell. (John,* Robert" ) § ii. 
b. Voluntown, Conn., July 5, 1724; m. Dinah Mc- 
Main; d. 18 12. The fact that his uncle, Rev. Robert' 
Campbell, married McMain, suggests a possible rela- 
tionship between these two women. 

1. Allen' Campbell. i< 16. 

2. Daniel" Campbell, b. 1751; unm.; d. 1775. 

3. Esther" Campbell. § 19. 

4. John" Campbell, b. 1754; unm.; d. 1775. 

5. Dinah" Campbell, b. 1757; m. John Hunter; 
d. 1824. 

6. James" Campbell, b. 1759; d. 1762. 

7. Jean" Campbell, b. 1760; m. Capt. John" 
Campbell. §26. 

8. Elizabeth" Campbell, i? 20. 

9. Mary" Campbell, v^ 21. 

10. Sarah" Campbell. § 22. 

11. Agnes" Campbell, b. 1766; unm.; d. 1865. 

12. James" Campbell. § 23. 

13 Rebecca" Campbell, b, 1770; d. 1775- 
Note: It will be seen that three of the above 
children died the same year, and that one of them 
lived to the advanced age of 99 3'ears. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 25 



SECTION XVI. 

Hon. Dr. Allen'^ Campbell. (James' ) § 15. 
b. 1749-50; m. Sarah Kinne. A physician, state 
Senator, and for a long time acting Pastor of the 
Nazareth Congregational Church in \'oluntown, Conn. 
He was hump- backed. 

1. Harvey" Campbell. 1779- [782. 

2. John Allen' Campbell, b. 1781; m. Mary' 
Wylie. 

3. Sarah' Campbell, b. 1785; m. Daniel Gor- 
don. 1804. 

4. Rowena' Campbell, b. 1787; m. Dr. Dan- 
iel' Campbell. § 26. 

5. IvUcinda' Campbell, b. 1790; m. Capt. Jos. 
Boardman, related to the Philadephia Boardmans. 

6. Harvey' Campbell, M.D $17. b. 1792; m. 
Sarah and Eliza Cook; d. 1877. 

7. Ezra Kinne' Campbell, b. 1795; m. Maria 
Cook, their sister; had Calvin ' Francis,' Lucius," 
and Elizabeth' whom. \Vm. F. Tyler. Calvin,' who 
d. 1904, had Sarah Elizabeth." Mho m. Ambrose G. 
Kenyon, [882, no ch., 1. Westerly, R. I. 

8. Daniel Lee' Campbell, b. 1798; m. Gallup. 

9. Bonaparte' Campbell b. [801; m. Susan 
Browne, and Mrs. Maria Cook Campbell, widow of 
Ezra' Campbell, his brother. These three Cook sisters 
were daughters of Capt. Thaddeus Cook, and aunts of 
the late William Prentiss Cook of Brooklyn, N. Y. 



26 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

lo. Alpha Rockwell' Campbell. b. 1803; m. 
Clarissa Cook; 1. Jewett City, Conn. A granddaugh- 
ter is Mrs. Chas. E. Prior, 39 No. Beacon vSt., Hart- 
ford, Conn , who has a son. 

NoTR: The above record presents the remarkable 
case of three Campbell brothers marrying three Cook 
sisters, yet so as to form but two households. Harvey 
Campbell married Sarah Cook, and, when she died, he 
married her sister Eliza. Ezra Kmne Campbell mar- 
ried their sister Maria Cook, and, when he died, his 
brother Bonaparte Campbell married the widow. Al- 
pha R. also married a Cook. 

Note: Since sending the above to press the fol- 
lowing facts have been received: Alpha R. Campbell 
had eight children, as follows. 

1. Charles Clark Campbell, b. 1823; m. Potter. 

a. Edwin C. Campbell. 1. Lawrence. Mass. 

b. Henry A. Campbell. 1. Salem, Mass. 

c. Mary E. Campbell, m. Charles Edward 
Prior; 1., 1909, 38 North Beacon St., Hartford, Mass. 

(I) Charles Edward Prior, Jr. 1. do. 

2. Rowena Campbell, b. 1824. 

3. Clarissa Campbell, b. 1826, d. 1826. 

4. Orson Campbell, b. 1827; had large family, 
most of them still living. 

5. Frances Jane Campbell, b. 1829, the only one 
still living; m. Daniel W. Bliven. (This unusual 
name also appears in Baker Section.) 

6. Dwight Bailey Campbell, b. 1831. 

7. Eucinda Campbell, b. 1834. 

8. Nathan Emer}- Campbell, b. 1837. 

Note: The above Charles Clark Campbell was one 
of three Campbell cousins who married three Potter 
sisters. 



R OBER T CA MPBELL GENE A L OG Y 



SECTION XVII. 

Hon. Harvey" Campbkll, M.D. (Dr. Allen'' )§i6. 
b 1792; m. 1818, Sarah Cook, (who died Mar 3,1828,) 
and m. 2d, her sister, Eliza Cook, July 8, 1828, (who 
died, 1872;) died 1877; 1. Volnntown, Conn. 

1. Maria' Campbell, b. 1819; m. Deacon W. P. 
Harris, Groton, Conn.; noch.; d. 1901. 

2. Louisa* Campbell. § 18; b. 1823; m. John W. 
Avery, Groton, Conn., 1., 1904, 29 Morningside Av., 
New York City. 

3. Harvey* Campbell. 

4. Frances" Campbell 
no ch. 

5. Emma- Campbell. 
Tanner. 

6. Abbey' Campbell. 

7. Harvey* Campbell. 
1904, Taunton, Mass. 

8. Eucinda* Campbell. 1820-1821. 

9. Sally* Campbell. 1827- 1837. 

10. Albert* Campbell, b. 1836. 

11. Anson* Campbell. 1839-1840. 

12. Edwin' Campbell. 1841-1865. 

13. Cyrus* Campbell. 1842- 1856. 

14. Janette* Campbell, b. 1844. 

15. Infant son. 



b. 1829; 


d. young. 


b. 1834; 


m. Douglass; 


». 1831; 


m Rev. Geo. 


). 1832: 


m. Briggs. 


b. 1829; 


m. Chapin; 1. 



28 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XVIII. 

Louisa*' Campbell. (Harvey," ) § 17. 
b. 1823; m. John W. Avery; 1. Groton, Conn , 1. 1904, 
27 Morniiigside Av., New York City. 

1. John Campbell" Avery, b. 1844; 1., 1904, 96 
2nd Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

a. Hope^" Avery. 

2. Edward" Avery. 1846- 1875. 

3. Francis Louise" Avery, b. 1848. 

4. Sarah Marie" Avery, b. 1850. 

5. James Harvey" Avery, b. 1852. 

6. William Henry'' Avery. 1857- 1857. 

7. Henry" Avery, i860- 1860. 

8. Susan Elizabeth" Avery, b. 1863. 

9. Charles Edwin" Avery, b. 1865 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 29 



SECTION XIX. 

Esther*' Campbell. (James' ) § 15. 
b. 1753; m. Capt. Andrew Edniond; d. 1853. 

1. Samuel' Edmond. m. Cogswell; I. , Griswold, 
Conn. 

a. John" Edmond. 

b. Andrew- Edmond. 

c. Francis- Edmond. 

d. Esther' Edmond, d. young 

e. Augustus^ Edmond. 

f. William' Edmond. 

2. Allen" Edmond. m. Matilda" Wylie, his 2d 
cousin, daughter of Joseph Wylie; 1. Voluntown, 
Conn. § 7. 

a. Joseph" Edmond. b. 18 19. 

b. Mary Esther' Edmond. m. Dr. B. M. Gay. 

(I) Frances^ Gay. b, 1844; m. Joseph 
Dawley, 1868; 1. Norwich, Conn., 1909. 

(a) Mary Wylie ^" Dawley. 1 869-1 901. 

(b) Helen Gay'" Dawley. b. 1870; m. 
Frank E. Palmer, 1898. 

(II) Allen Edmond' Gay, M.D., of Nor- 
wich, Conn. 1846-1878. 

c. James D.' Edmond, M.D. 1. Griswold, 
Conn. 

d. Harvey^ Edmond. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XX. 

Elizabeth" Campbell. (James' ) $$15. 
b. 1761; m. ist, Joseph Houston; m. 2d, Joseph'' 
Wyhe; d. 1835. S i4- 

1. Alice" Houston, m. Capt. Geo. Bassett. 

2. Elizabeth' Houston, m. Jas. Crary. 

a. Elizabeth^ Crary. m. Hon. C^has. P. Main, 
Voluntown, Conn. 

3. Elizabeth' Wylie. m. Hon. K. R. Potter. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 31 



SECTION XXI. 

Mary'' Campbell. (James' ) § 15. 
b. 1763; m. Joseph Douglas. 

1. Mary' Douglas, m. Rev. Gershom Palmer. 

2. Allen Campbell" Douglas m. Catherine 
Stanton. 

a. Catherine Fanning- Douglas, m. Capt. 
T. P. Dye. 

3. Daniel McMain" Douglas, m. Mary Stanton. 

a. Joseph Allen" Douglas. 

b. Daniel Stanton" Douglas. 

c. Henry Francis' Douglas b. Exeter, R.I., 
1826; m. Lydia LilHbridge, 1849; d. 1897. 1. West- 
erly R. I.; author of "Robert Campbell and his De- 
scendants," a pamphlet issued in 1878, from which 
many facts have been obtained for this larger Genea 
logy. 

(I) Charles Henry James' Douglas, b. 
Westerly, R. I., 1856; graduated, Brown University, 
1879; Ph. D., Columbia Univerity, 1892; m. Annie A. 
Scholes, 1887. Head of English Department, Dewitt 
Clinton High School, N. Y. City. Like his father, 
has made extensive researches in Campbell Genealogj^ 
w4th a view to a more elaborate work than this at 
some future date. Residence. 1908, 815 Marcy Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Summer residence, Westerly, R. I. 
An adopted son and daughter, who are brother and 



32 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

sister, related to himself and wife through the Stan 
tons, namely, Isabella Preston Douglas, b. Lisbon, 
Conn., 1893; and George Preston Douglas, b. Lisbon, 
Conn., 1S95. See the Stanton Genealogy, pub. about 
1894. 

4. John W>lie" Douglas. 

a. Gershom Palmer' Douglas. 

b. Corporal John Leland" Douglas. 

c. Benjamin C Douglas. 

Note: The name McMain for the second time ap- 
pears; Rev. Robert^ Campbell married Mary McMain; 
this will be the third time when reached. The name 
Wylie is also constantly appearing. 



SECTION XXII. 

Sarah"" Campbell. (James' .) S i5- 
b. 1764; m. Roswell Palmer 

I. Deacon John Hunter" Palmer 



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SECTION XXIII. 

James' Campbell. (James. ' ) § 15. 
b. 1768; m Groton, Conn., Mary Terry; 1. Voliin- 
town. Conn. ; d. 1852. 

1. William Henry" Campbell, b. 1798; m. 183 1, 
Esther Gallup; 1. Moosup, Conn.; a practising physi- 
cian; d. 1850; graduate of Yale Medical School. 

a William Henry^ Campbell, b. 1836; served 
in civil war; d. 1865. 

b. Marie' Campbell, b. 1835; m. Solomon 
Drowne, Providence,R.I.; had Stella'' Drowne,who m. 

c. Sarah Abbe' Campbell, b. 1837; m. 1859, 
Andrew Peck; d. 1891, Mansfield, Ohio. 

(I) Florence E.' Peck. b. i860; m. Geo. 
Dairy mple of Boston; several ch. 

(II) Jennie Campbell'- Peck. b. 1862; m. 
Frank C. Bodine; Mansfield, Ohio. 

(III) Allen Lathrop' Peck. b. 1874. 

d. Allen' Campbell, b. 1839; m. Evelyn A. 
Rowse, 1 871; 1. & d. in Ohio. 

e. Julia' Campbell. 1842- 1843. 

2. Lydia Terry' Campbell, b. 1800; m. 1822. 
William Pike, Sterling, Conn. 

a. Esther Smith' Pike. b. 1823; d. young. 

b. James' Pike. b. 1826; m. 1853, Mary E. 
vShepard; d- 1890, Sterling, Conn.; originator of the 
Sterling Fast Black Dye. 



U ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

(I) James E.'' Pike. b. 1854; 111. 1S72, 
Anna E. W'lbur; 1. Niantic, R. I.; two sons. 

(II) Lydia Campbell' Pike. b. 1851; m. 
1878, Claramon Hunt; 1. No. Attleboro. Mass. 

(a) Elizabeth'" Hunt. 

(b) Constance CampbelP'^ Hunt. 

(III) Mary E.'' Pike. b. 1863. 

(IV) Harriet E.' Pike. b. 1865; m. Geo. 
Gall; 1. Damelion, Conn.; no ch. 

(V) Annie Maria' Pike. b. 1S67; d. 1868. 

c. Nancy P." Pike. 1828-1828. 

d. Lydia A. 'Pike 1831-1836. 

e. William Campbell' Pike, b 1832; m. 
Mrs. Jennie Crane Gallup; d. 1907; no ch. 

3. James Monroe' Campbell, b. 1803; m. 1825, 
Sally A. Potter; 1. Voluntovvn, Conn ; d. 1885. 

a. Mary Augusta^ Campbell, b 1828: m. 
Horace Gibbs; d. in Sterling Conn., 1S47; no. ch 

b. Lydia E * Campbell, b. 1830; m. Hon. 
Edwin Lathrop; d. Norwich, Conn., 1885. 

(I) James Campbell" Lathrop b. ; m. 
1877, Helen Aldrich; d. 1879, Practised medicine. 
No. Grosvenordale, Conn. 

(a) Mattie'" Lathrop. 1878-1878. 

(b) James Campbell' ^^ Lathrop. b. 1879. 

(II) Edwin" Lahrop. b. 1857; m. 1885, 
Mary Story; one ch. died young. 

(III) Samuel Salisbury" Lathrop. b. 1864; 
m. 1902, Janet M. Torrance; d. 1903 in Norwich, 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 35 

Conn.; no ch. Practised medicine in Norwich. 

(IV) Alice Adams" Lathrop. b. 1868; m. 
1904, Wallace AUis, a lawyer in Norwich, Conn. 

(a) Lydia Campbell^" AUis. b. 1907; d. 
young. 

c. John Washington" Campbell, b. 1833; m. 
1858, Mary Larkham; a Corporal in the 26th Regi- 
ment, Connecticut Volunteers; d. 1890. 

(I) Mary A.'' Campbell, b. Voluntown, 
1859; m. 1882, Chas. Bishop: 1. 1909, Santa Fe., New 
Mexico. 

(a) Carl A.'" Bishop. 

(b) Marion ^" Bishop. 

(II) Lydia E." Campbell, b. 1861; m. 1890, 
Walter Dixon, of Voluntowm, Conn.; 1. 1909, Sterling, 
Conn. 

(a) Henry C" Dixon, b. 1891. 

(III) James Allen" Campbell, b. 1863; m. 
Minnie Howard, 1892. 

(a) Minnie J. ^" Campbell, b. 1894. 

(b) James A^" Campbell, b. 1896. 

(c) Ruth A^ "Campbell, b. 1900. 

d- Allen Orrin' Campbell, b. ; unm.; d. 

in Voluntown, Conn., aged 39; served during civi] 
w^ar in 12th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers. 

e. Anna Lucy- Campbell, b. 1841; m. Prof. 
Francis Dane Douglass; d. 

(I) Katherine S. Dunlap- Douglass, b. 
1868, in Indianapolis; m. Franklin Starr Jerome, of 



36 ROr>ERT CAMri>f':LL CENEALOGY 

Montville, Conn.; 1. 1909, vStamford, Conn. 

(a) Louise Douglas'" Jerome, b. Nor- 
wich, Conn., 1900. 

f. Ellen Antoinette" Campbell, b. 1^43, Vol- 
untown, Conn.; m. i<S7i, Grisvvold, Conn., Dr. Wil- 
liam Witter, a practising physician of Norwich, Conn., 
since 1IS65. 

(I) William Kdward" Witter. 1.S73-1874. 

(II) Mary Campbell" Witter, b. 1873, 
Norwich, Conn.; m. 1896, James P\ Torrance, lawyer, 
Derby, Conn. 

(a) Helen Campbell'" Torrance, b. 1897, 
Derby, Conn. 

4. Orrin A.' Campbell, d. young. 

5. Allen" Campbell, d. young. 

6. vSarah Malvina" Campbell, b. 1819; m. 1835, 
Hon. John Checkley Ames; 1. Sterling, Conn.; d. 1891; 
no ch. 



h'OBElK' T CAMritEL L CENEAL ()(. ) 



sivCTTOx XX rv. 

AoNKS' Ca>\iim{KLL. (John.' Robert.' ) ;f i i 
b. 1726; m. Joseph Alexander; d. about 1770. 

1. John'' Alexander, b, 1752. 

2. Nancy'' Alexander, ni. Elias Jackson . 



88 ROBER T C A 31 PR EL L CENEA LOCY 



SECTION XXV. 

Deacon John' Campbell. (John,* Robert." ) ^^ ii. 
b. 1728; m. Mary Ferguson; d. 1808. 

1. George'' Campbell, b. 1749. 

2. Ann'' Campbell, b. 1750. 

3. Janet'' Campbell, b. 1752. 

4. Alexander'^ Campbell, b. 1756. 

5. John" Campbell, b. 1758; m. Jean" Campbell. 
§26. 

•6. Rebecca" Campbell, b. about 1760; unm. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY m 



SECTION XXVI. 

Captain John' Campbell. (John' ) § 25. 
b. 1758; m. Jean/' sister of Dr. Allen'' Campbell. § 15. 

1. Dr. Daniel" Campbell, m. Rowena," daughter 
of Dr. Allen' Campbell, i? 16.. 

a. Hon. Erasmus D.' Campbell. Former 
Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin. 

2. Rebecca' Campbell, m. John G. Douglas. 

3. Winthrop' Campbell. >$ 27 b. 1786; m. Gor- 
don. 

4. Olive" Campbell. 

5. Lydia' Campbell. 

6. James" Campbell. 



40 ROBKR T CAMPnEL L CEXEA L OGY 



SECTION XXVTI. 

WiNTHROP' Campbell (John." ) ij26. 
b. 176S; m. Gordon. 

1. Horatio N' Campbell, b. 1815; d. about 1890; 
m. Babcock, and had Harriet Stuart" Campbell, and 
Horatio Nelson" Campbell, whom. Buffum, 1877, and 
had Helen,"' 1879. 

2. Daniel G." Campbell, b. 1815; unm.; d. at 
Providence, R. I , about 1888. 

3. Rosanna S.'' Campbell, b. 1820; m, Allen 
Campbell Gordon; 1. 1904, Woodstock, Conn. 

4. John P." Campbell, b. Voluntown, Conn., 
1822; d. Providence, R. I., Sept., 1903. 

5. James M." Campbell, b. 1824; 1. 1904, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

6. Mary S." Campbell, b. 18 18; unm.; 1. Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

7. Jane A." Campbell, b. 1822; twin of John P.; 
1. Providence, R. I. 

8. Rowena" Campbell, b. 1826; unm.; I.Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

9. Emma" Campbell, b. 1828: unm.; 1. Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Note: The above brothers. Daniel G., James N. 
and John P., are described in 1878 as being' extensive 
wool and cotton brokers of Providence, R.I. Horatio 
N. was at the same time President of the National 
Niantic Bank of Westerly, R. I. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XXVIII. 

Moses' Campbell. (John/ Robert." ) § ii. 
b. 1737; m. Sarah Dixon, 1757; came from Conn., to 
Norwich Corners, Oneida Co., N. Y.; d. 1827, Paris, 
N. Y ; "a man of prayer." 

1. Agnes" Campbell, b. 1758; m. Joseph Ken- 
nedy; d. 1842 

2. Patrick" Campbell, ij 29. b. 1760 m. Mar- 
tha Babcock; d. 1840. 

3. Sarah'' Campbell, b. 1762; d. 1837. 

4 Moses" Campbell, ij 30. b. 1764; m. Phebe 
Stewart; d. 18 17 

5. Allen" Campbell, b. 1766, m. Mary Gordon; 
d. 1847. 

6. Eleanor" Campbell, b. 1768; d. 1852. 

7. John" Campbell, b. 1770; m. Esther Hunter 

8. Martha" Campbell b. 1772, Voluntown, Conn.; 
m. 1797, Daniel Budlong; d. Adrian, Mich., 1849. 

9. Anna" Campbell, b. 1774; d. 1826. 

10. Daniel'^ Campbell, b. 1776. 

11. Elizabeth'^ Campbell, b. 1778; d. 1804. 

12. Mary" Campbell, b. 1783 



4 3 ROBE A' T CA MPBEL A CEXEA LOGY 



vSECTlON XXIX. 

Patrick' Campbell. (Moses. ' ) § 28. 
b. 1760; m. Martha Babcock; d. 1840. 

1. Moses Douglas" Campbell. 

2. Klizabeth" Campbell. 

3 Isaiah' Campbell. 

4 Sarah' Campbell. 
5. Harriet' Campbell. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 48 



vSECTlON XXX. 

Moses" Campbell, Jr. (Moses.* ) § 28. 
b. 1764; m. Phebe Stewart, 1789; 1. Whitestown and 
Norwich Corners, Oneida Co., N. Y.; d. 18 17. 

I. John Dixon" Campbell, b. Voluntovvn, Conn. 
1 791; d. 1868; m. Experience King, 18 13. 

a. Celia C." Campbell. 1814-1815. 

b. Harriet L.' Campbell. 18 15 1890. m. 
Henry D. Smith, 1840. 

c. Moses Douglas' Campbell. 18 17- 1888. m. 
Catherine Elizabeth Keeler, 1840. 

(I) Amelia E.' Campbell. 1841-1841. 
(H) John Douglas * Campbell. 1842-1842. 

(III) George Dixon" Campbell, b. 1844. m. 
Mary Ann Stephenson, 1868. 

A. Eva Genevieve'" Campbell, b. 1873; 
m. \Vm. J. Harris, 1900; 1. 1909, Sauquoit, N. Y. 

B. Francis Edith'" Campbell, b. 1875. m. 
Ladd John Lewis, Jr., 1898. 

(i) Myron Campbell^ ^ Lewis, b. 1902. 
(11) Catherine Lois' ^ Lewis, b. 1905. 
(hi) Campbell Eldridge" Lewis b. 1907. 
c. Ernest Stephenson^" Campbell. i88c- 
1882. 

(IV) Charles Edwards'' Campbell, b. 1847; 
m. Emily Jane Randall, 1872; 1. 1909, S. Omaha, Neb. 

A. Stuart Avery'" Campbell, b. 1874; m. 



44 R( WE A' T CAMPBELL i.ENEA L Oc; K 

Anna M. McKinnon; physician; 1. 1909, Tildeti, Neb. 
(i) Dorothy" Campbell, b. 1903. 
B Sidney Earl'" Campbell, b. 1877; d. 
1896. 

C. Emily Catherine'" Campbell. 1879-79. 

D. Florence Edith'" Campbell, b. 1885; 
m. Perry M. Wheeler, 1908. 

(\^) Harriet Amanda" Campbell, b. 1849; 
m. Stephen H. Grandy, 187 i, of Paris Hill, N. Y. 

A. Isabelle'" Grandy. 1874- [874 

B. Augustus Hurd'" Grandy. b. 1875 

c. Mabel Catherine'" Grandy. 1878-1879. 

(VI) Agnes Isabelle" Campbell. 1852 1892. 

(VII) Eva Miller" Campbell. 1854 i860. 

(VIII) Jeanette Maria'" Campbell, b. 1857; 
m. Wm. H. Robbins, Sauquoit, N. Y., 1875. 

.* . Royal Campbell"" Robbins. b. 1878. 

(IX) Alice Kate'" Campbell, b. i860; m. 
Geo. G. Brownell of Sauquoit, N. Y., 1886; 1. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 1909. 

A Harold Bross'" Brownell. b. 1887. 
B. Max Campbell'" Brownell. b 1888. 
c. Martha Grant"" Brownell. b. 1895. 

(X) Helen Josephine'" Campbell, b. 1863; 
m. Arthur S. Willoughby, of St. Paul Minn., 1889. 

A. Catherine Elizabeth'" Willoughby. 
b. 1891. 

B. Alice Josephine"'Willoughby. b. 1894. 
c. Marion Mabel"' Willoughby. b. 1898. 
D. Jeanette Campbell"" Willoughby. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 45 

d. Lucinda C." Campbell. 1818-1843. 

e. PhebeE. M.' Campbell, b. i83i;d. i905;m. 
Philip Miller, ot Columbia, Herkimer Co., N. Y. , 1864. 

(I) John Dixon Campbell" Miller, b. 1866; 
m. Edith Knight, of Sauquoit, N. Y., 1898. 

A. Philip Knight'" Miller, b. 1899. 

B. Mary Isabelle^" Miller, b. 1902. 

(II) Mary Elizabeth" Miller, b. 1868; m. 
Herbert E. Mallory, of Sauquoit, N. Y., 1901; 1. 
1909, 247 Steuben St., Utica, N. Y. 

A. Marguerite \'irginia^" Mallory. b. 
1904. 

B. Doris Campbeir " Mallory. b. 1906. 

(III) William K.' Miller, b. 1870; d. 1903; 
m. Sophia Smith of N. Y. City, 1895. 

A. Lawrence M.'" Miller, b. 1896. 

(IV) Charles H. ' Miller. 1874- 1874. 

2. Laurinda' Campbell. 

3. Ruth Minerva' Campbell, b. 1796; m. Noah 
E. King, 1818; d. 1852. 

a. Albert S' King; (their fifth child;) b. 1831; 
m. Pollen M. Rider. 1858; d. 1904. 

(I) Evaline Minerva" King. b. i860, m. 
Wm. D. Clingman, 1886; 1. 1909, Forest Park, 111. 

A. Beth Alberta'" Clingman. b. 1891. 

B. Lois King^" Clingman. b. 1894. 

4. Mandone' Campbell. 

5. Henry" Campbell. 

6. Sidney' Campbell. 

7. Leander" Campbell. 



46 ROBER T CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XXXL 

Martha" Campbell. (John.' ) 
1732; m. James Gibson. 
I. John" Gibson. 



Allen'' Gibson. 
James'' Gibson. 
Moses" Gibson. 
Campbell" Gibson. 
Samuel" Gibson. 
Sarah" Gibson. 
Elizabeth" Gibson. 
Note: From this branch comes Allen Gibson, the 
antiquary, of Oneco, Conn. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 47 



SECTION XXXII 

James' Campbell. (Robert.' ) §3. 
b. about 1704; m. Hannah Taylor; d. 1773. 

1. William"' Campbell, b. 1726. i$ 33. 

2. David" Campbell, b. 1727; unm.; d. 1773. 

3. Samuel' Campbell, b. 1729; d. 1735. §34. 

4. Hannah' Campbell, b. 1731; m. Porter. 

5. Nathan' Campbell, b. 1732; d. 1740. 

6. Mary' Campbell, b. 1735; unm. in 1772. 

7. Samuel' Campbell, b. 1736. 

<S. Sarah' Campbell, b. 1740; m. Barnes; several 
children. 

9. Martha' Campbell, b. 1744; m. Hewlett, 
ic. Grace"' Campbell, b. 1747; m. Howe. 

11. Nathan' Campbell, b. 1750. 

12. James' Campbell, b. 1752. 



48 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENE A LOG) 



SECTION XXXIII. 

William' Campbell. (James/ Robert' .) ij 32. 
b. 1726; m. Sarah Barnes. 

1. Martha" Campbell, b. 1753. 

2. Rebecca'' Campbell, b. 1756. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 49 



SECTION XXXIV. 



Samuel' Campbell, (James/ Robert, 
b. 1736: m. Esther Smith. 

I. Susannah'' Campbell. . b. 1761. 
Samuel' Campbell, b. 1762. 
Daniel'' Campbell, b. 1764. 
Hannah' Campbell, b. 1766. 
David'' Campbell, b. 1767. 
Elizabeth'' Campbell, b. 1770. 
Esther" Campbell, b. 1772. 
Mary'' Campbell, b. 1772. 



50 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XXXV. 

Rev. Robkkt' Campbell. (Robert," Chaiieh.' 
Charlts,' ) ij 3. b. 17C9; ni. ist. Mary McMaiii; 111. 
2nd, Mrs. Hannah Spaulding; d. 1789. 

1. Rebecca' Campbell- 1728- 1816. ni. Hunter. 

2. Lydia' Campbell. 1730- ; m Morey. § 37. 

3. Mar\ ' C^anipbell. 1734- ; m. Kennedy, sj 51. 

4. Elizabeth ' Campbell. 1736- ; ni. Patrick. 1:^53. 

5. Jean' Campbell. 1739- ; m. Loomis. sj 60. 

6. Robert' Campbell. 1741-1816. vj 61. 

7. Daniel' Campbell. 17.13; . §123. 

8. Sarah' Campbell. 1745-1772; m. Frisby ^^124. 

9. vSolomon' Campbell. 1749- 1823 § 125. 
10. Charles' Campbell, bapt. Mar. 26, 1738. 

Rev. Robert^ Campbell was born in Ii eland, April 
23, 1709; he married, April 13, 1727, Mary McMain: 
other women of this name are mentioned in this Gen- 
ealogy as marrying into the family; by this wife he 
had all his children; he married second, Mrs- Hannah 
Spauldmg, March 29, 1764; his first wife died, July 
29, 1763, in the 55th year of her age. Hannah Spaul- 
ding was born Nov. 6, 1712. These facts are record- 
ed, apparently in his own handwriting, in the old 
pocket Bible of Rev. Robert' Campbell, published 
1698, which, in 1908. is in the pos ession of Mrs. John 
Newland of Stillwater, N. Y. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENEAL OG V r,l 

The above Robert' Campbell was converted Aug. 3, 
1741, under the preaching of Davenport. He was 
called to the pastorate of the Congregational Church 
of Christ in Canaan, LitchfieM Co., Conn.. Jan. 13, 
1761. He accepted the call April 20 following. He 
was ordained and installed, Oct. 20, 1761, and thus 
become the first pastor of this church. 

This church was called "Christ's Church in Ca- 
naan," and, later, after its removal with its pastor, 
"The First Congregational Church of Stillwater." In 
Apiil, 1762, the church held a fast to know their duty 
about removing to Stillwater, vSaratoga Co., N. Y., 
wliich place was designated as desirable for settlement 
by a committee sent out to investigate. The greater 
part of the members removed \vith their pastor. 

June 29, 1732, the Church of Christ in Canaan was 
organized by the Rev. John Palmer of the Church of 
Christ in Scotland, 84 persons being recorded as sign- 
ing the articles of faith and covenant. But the first 
reception of new members is recorded as occuring July 
5, 1752, and this consisted of Zebulon Stevens and 
wife, and George Palmer. As the first two of these 
names are 7th and 8th in the list, it would appear as 
if the church originally consisted of six members. 

The old Canaan church record declares that on Sept. 
12, 1760, Robert* Campbell was received into mem- 
bership from the Congregational Church of Christ in 
Plainfield; as Plainfield is in the eastern part of the 
state, near Voluntown, it would appear as if Robert' 



52 ROBERT CAM RUE LL C EXE A LOGY 

had been living there or near there. The following 
Jan. 13, 1761, came his call into the work ot the niini- 
str}'. At his ordination and installation, Oct. 20, 1761, 
Rev. Joseph Marshall, of Canterbury, Conn., preach 
ed from Matthew xxiv. 45, 46. He and Rev. Hlihu 
Marsh of New Fairfield, Deacon Bingham and Ebe- 
nezer Andrews laid on hands. Mr. Marshall gave the 
charge, and Mr. Marsh the right hand of fellowship. 

The difficulties which determined the church and 
its pastor upon emigrating to Stillwater. N. Y., are 
said to have been those of the "Half-way Covenant." 
Light is thrown upon the situation by the following 
extract from the record of the Canaan Church: "April 
ye 30, 1753. At a church meeting legally earned to 
consider and act concerning a Memorial, Voted that 
Brother Amos Pierce and Brother Uriah Stevens shall 
be agents to prefer our Memorial to ye General As- 
sembly to be held at Harttord, May next, by them- 
selves or by their agency, praying for ease and rest 
from the exaction of certain laws respecting religious 
affairs mentioned in said Memorial." The General 
Assembly was the Legislature. The removal of the 
church to Stillwater, Saratoga Co., N. Y.. on the 
Hudson River, was accomplished in 1762. 

The church in Stillwater came to be known as "the 
yellow meeting house," its building being erected two 
miles west of the present village, in order to .satisfy a 
part of the membership living toward Round Lake. 
It is said that some of the" timbers were actuallv 



ROBER T CAMPBELL G EXE A LOG Y 5:3 

brought from the old home in Canaan; and though 
the original building has been supplanted by the pre 
sent edifice, it is believed that some of the original 
Canaan timbers were worked into the new building 
and are still there. President Fillmore married Abig- 
ail Power in Stillwater, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1826. 

There was a tradition that each generation of des- 
cendants from Robert^ Campbell would provide a 
minister. There are several ministerial descendants, 
as this book shows. 

John" Patrick, writing in 1855, said that Rev. 
Robert^ Campbell "was a small slender man, dark com- 
plexion, black eyes, with a benign and benevolent 
countenance. . . . His oldest son Robert ' officiated in 
his puplit when he was unable to attend constantly, 
and succeeded him when he died." 

Rev. Robert^ Campbell was known in Stillwater as 
"Priest Campbell" and has been so called ever since. 
His old pocket Bible is of great interest, not only be- 
cause of its peculiar typography, but because of the 
family records there made, chiefly, as is believed, by 
his own hand. He has wTitten an extensive account 
of his conver.sion, which is in existence, but too long 
•for recording on these pages. A poem of Rev. Rob- 
ert^ Campbell is however herewith printed. 
REV. robe;rt^ Campbell's poem. 
In Ireland, 1709, my being did commence; 
In 1 7 14 I was removed thence; 
In 1724 my beloved father died. 



54 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

Making all his property o'er 

That my wants might be supplied. 

America's wild and distant land 

Was doomed to be the scene 

Where I must learn that I did staiid 

A Hell and Heaven between. 

To Hell exposed, to Heaven drawn. 

I wandered many a way; 

My load of guilt was heavy grown, 

But Christ wiped all awa> . 

And now I stand a messenger 

And monument of grace, 

To point the sin sick stranger 

To Heaven's happy place. 
It is related of Robert* Campbell that at one time, 
when the Stillwater Church had become much reduc- 
ed, so that it consisted of only four male members and 
a few females, he was advised to lay down the mini- 
stry. "No," he replied, "though I should be reduced 
to the necessity of preaching to the bare walls and va- 
cant seats I would still sound the trumpet of the gos- 
pel; for I trust I took not up the work of myself, 
neither can I lay it down of myself." There came a 
change for the better, and large numbers were added 
to the church. 

John" Patrick says in 1855: "I remember standing 
beside his deathbed. He notified his children to come 
and bring their children. He was bolstered up with 
pillow^s and, like the patriarchs, he took each of 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 55 

his children by the hand and talked to them individu- 
ally, gave them his advice and blessing. Next his 
grandchildren received his blessing; then offered up 
a few words of prayer. My parents and others often 
have referred to this scene as very solemn. It was his 
last labor. Being exhausted, his voice failed, that it 
could not be heard. His lips however were seen to 
move, and his youngest son, Solomon' Campbell, 
placing his ear near by, heard him in prayer uttering 
the petition, 'that the blessing of Cjod might rest upon 
his children's children to the third and fourth gener- 
ation,' and soon after departed in peace." 

On July 2 1, 1905, Rev. Frederic' Campbell, the 
author, visited Stillwater, and went out two miles to 
"the yellow meeting house," where Robert^ Campbell 
preached, and where worship is still carried on, though 
the organization is extinct. In the adjoining cemetery, 
overgrown with weeds and wild rosebushes, he found 
the graves of several whose names appear in this book, 
including that of Robert^ Campbell, its headstone in a 
good state of preservation, and reading, under a crude 
angel head and wings, exactly thus: 
Sacred to the Memory 
of the Rev, Robert 
Campbell. Who departed 
this life, Eeb. 19, 1789. In 
the 80 year of his age 
Was the first settled Minis 
ter in Still Water. 



o6 ROBER T CAMPHEL L C^ENEA L OC Y 

According to old notebook of Rev. Samuel M.' 
Campbell, 1857, "there used to lie a row of elms 
around the yard of the old yellow meeting house, each 
named after a church member; the only one left was 
named after Mrs. Wm. Seymour, (Sarah;) she outlived 
all the others." From this church "have o;rown the 
three Presbyterian Churches of Stillwater, and the 
churches of our order in Mechanicville and Schagh- 
ticoke." 

For additional facts, see n$ 3, and § 61 

It is of interest to note that Rev. Robert' Campbell 
is ancestor to all whose names follow in this Genea- 
logy, the children of the other members of his father's 
family having been disposed of m the preceding pages. 



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SECTION XXXVI 

Rebecca'' Cx\mpbell. (Robert.' ) §35. 
b. Oct. 2, 1728; m. John Hunter; d. Aug., 18 16. 

John Hunter, husband of Rebecca' Campbell, was 
son of Andrew, ist, and was born in Boston, 1722: 
d. in Stillwater, N. Y., 1776. He was a wheel- 
wright Had a farm in \^oluntown, Conn. "Prayed 
standing." In 1782 his wife received a quit claim 
deed of Gain Miller, of Samuel Hunter's right in 
Susquehanna lands. His wife long a worthy mem- 
ber of Congregationial church. 

1. Mary" Hunter, m Jehiel Parker. 

a. Lydia' Parker, m. Levi Jacobs. 

b. Hannah' Parker, m. Fish. 

c. John" Parker, m. E. Hooper. 

d. Patrick' Parker, m. A. Coon. 

e. Esther' Parker, m. J. Gilbert. 

2. George' Hunter, m. Mary x\ndrews. 

a. Hannah" Hunter, m John Hulin. 

b. Mary" Hunter, m- Bice Hulin. 

c. Samuel' Hunter m. M. McDonald. 

d. Moses' Hunter, m. E. Hunter, bapt. Sept. 

I. 1793- 

e. Sarah' Hunter, d. at 14. 

Note: Moses" Hunter joined Stillwater church, 
May 18. 18 15; also his sister, Mrs. Hannah Hulin; 
the latter' s children all baptized August 9, 18 15, 



58 ROBER T CAMPBELL GENE A LOG ) ' 

were George Hunter/ Louisa," Horace." Henry," 
Mary," Jane," and Samuel" Hulin. 

3. John" Hunter, m. Phebe Cooper, d. 1005. 
a. John" Hunter, Jr., ni. Ellsworth. 

(I) Juliana" Hunter 
1) Ebenezer' Hunter, ni. Hodgman. 

c. Archibald" Hunter, m. unknown. 

d. \'i.segah' Hunter, m. Mack Andrews. 

(I) Phebe" Andrews, m. Geo. W. Luther; 
1. i860, Albany, N. Y. 

(II) Elisha" Andrew.s. 

4. Robert'' Hunter, m. Sarah Parker. 

a. Sarah' Hunter, m. Jake Boyce. 

b. Elizabeth" Hunter m. Amos Ketchum. 

c. Lucinda" Hunter, m. Hooper. 

d. James" Hunter, m. Nancy Wilson. 

e. Robert" Hunter, m. H- LeRoy. 

5. Moses*' Hunter, m. E. Montgomery. 

a. George" Hunter, m. D. Silsbee. 

b. Mary' Hunter, m. A. Lawrence. 
Notp:: Moses'' Hunter, who was a minister, taught 

school in Almond, N. Y., in 1835, living there with 
his family; in that year Samuel M." Campbell boarded 
with him as a pupil. Moses Hunter received a letter 
from the Stillwater church June 6, 18 16. Moses Hun- 
ter's house was "a little south of old homestead. 
Samuel Hunter next, same side." Samuel M. " Camp- 
bell's notebook, 1857. It is not clear which Moses 
Hunter is meant in the above references. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 59 

6. Samuel'' Hunter, m. Mary' Campbell, his 
cousin, sj 62. 

a. Esther" Hunter, m. J. Montgomery. 

b. Jesse' Hunter, m. P. Knowles. 

c. Andrew" Hunter, m. Hodgman. d. 1868. 

d. Nancy" Hunter, m. A. Fellows. 



SECTION XXXVII. 

Lydia' Campbell. (Robert' .) ;^ 35. 
b. Aug. 28, 1730; m. Jonathan Morey; d. 1806; int. 
Stillwater. N. Y. 

Note: Jonathan Morey died 1790, aged 50. 
I. Thomas" Morey. § 38. 

Note: Lydia" Morey 's grave is next to that of 
her father, Rev. Robert^ Campbell, in Stillwater bury- 
ing-gronnd beside the old church. 



60 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XXXVIII. 

Deacon Thomas" Morey. (Lydia ' ) § 37. 
b. 1760, in Old Canaan, Conn., m. Peggy Montgomery, 
who d. 1846; he d. 1829; both int. at Stillwater. 

1. Lansing D." Morey. 

2. Constant C' Morey. 

3. Mary H" Morey. 

4. William L.' Morey. 

5. Walter F." Morey. 

6. Jeannette' Morey. § 39. 

Note: "Peggy Montgomery, wife of Thomas 
Morey, was daughter of James Montgomery, who was 
partner of grandfather Robert Campbell, in purchase 
of part of Saratoga Patent. Died July, 1846, ae. 85." 
From Rev. Samuel M.' Campbell's notebook, 1857. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 61 



SECTION XXXIX. 

Jeannette" Morey (Thomas." ) >^ 38. 
b. Stillwater, N. Y., 1798; m. Leonard Hodgman; d. 
1870. 

Lansing D/ Hodgman. Jj 40. 

James H.^ Hodgman. § 41. 

Thomas Morey" Hodgman. § 42. 

Warren S." Hodgman. § 45. 

Isaac H ' Hodgman. d. unm. 

Leonard' Hodgman. § 50. 

Mar}^ F.' Hodgman. b. 1830; d. 1851; unm. 
Note: The above Major Leonard Hodgman, who 
married the above Jeannette' Morey, is recorded as 
born 18 14, died, 1883. His father w^as Amos Hodg- 
man, born Concord, Mass., 1755; died, 1822. His 
mother was Jemima Stone Hodgman, born, Worces- 
ter, Mass., 1761, died, 1S22. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XL. 

Lansing D" Hodgman. (Jeaiinette" Morey) § 39. 
b. 1816; m. Abbie C. Cooke, of Bath, N.Y., d. 1902. 

1. Constant Cooke" Hodgman. b. 1850. (This 
is a son.) 

2. William L. ' Hodgman. b. 1854; m. June 12. 
1888, Adelaide M. Knight, at Providence, R. I. 

a. Hope Knight'" Hodgman. b. Nov. 2, 1.889. 
(This is a son.) 

3. Walter E." Hodgman. b. 1858; m. Ruth 
Kellogg Mathews, at Bath, N. Y., June 24, 1897. 

a. Whitney Calhoun'" Hodgman. b. Mar. 23, 
1901, at Yonkers, N. Y. 

4. Mary Cooke" Hodgman. b. 1852. 

5. Jeannette M." Hodgman. b. i860. 

6. Henry Dillon'' Hodgman. b. 1865; d. 1866. 

7. Infant son. b. 1849; d. 1849. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENEAL OGY 68 



vSECTION XLI. 

James H." Hodgman. (Jeannette' Morey) § 39. 
b. 18 17; m. and lived in Stillwater, N. Y.; d. 1902. 

I. Fred W." Hodgman. The only child unm. 
1904: 1. Stillwater. N. Y. 



64 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XIJI. 

Rev.Thos. Morey' HoDCiMAN (Jeaniiette" Morey) 
v^ 39 b. Stillwater, N. Y., 1820; 111. Mary Hiirlbut, 
1844, (who died, 1882;) d. 1901. 

1. John L.' Hodgmaii. >j 43. b. 1845; m. Lucy 
May French, 1881; 1. Lincoln, Neb., 1903 

2. Clarence K.' Hodgman. § 44. b. 1846: ni. 
Mary Root; 1. Lyons, Mich.; d. 1899. 

3. Charles L. " Hodgman. b. 1848; 1. Brewster, 
Neb., 1903; a ranchman. 

4. Mary J.' Hodgman. b. 1850; 1. Byron, N.Y., 
d. 1872. 

5. Thomas Morey ' Hodgman, Jr. b. 1859; pro- 
fessor in State University, Lincoln. Neb., m. Jennie 
Stanley; 1909, President of Macalester College, St. 
Paul, Minn. 

a. Stanley Hurlbut'" Hodgman. b. 1890. 

6. Frank Archie" Hodgman. b. 1864; m. Mary 
Woodruff Crane, 1898; no ch., 1903; N. Y. Life In- 
surance Co.; 1. 1909, 217 W. 125th St., N. Y. City. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOCiY 65 



SECTION XLIII. 

John L' Hodgman. (Thomas Morey' Hodgman) 
>^42. b. 1845; m. Lucy May French, 188 1; 1. 1903, 
Lincoln, Neb.; a dentist, 

1. Nora Augusta'" Hodgman. b. 1883. 

2. Edith May'" Hodgman. b. 1884. 

3. Mary French'" Hodgman. b. 1886. 

4. Frederick Southworth'" Hodgman. b. 1892. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XLIV. 

Clarence Edward" Hodgman. (Thos. Morey" 
Hodgman.) sj 42. b. 1846; m. Mary Root; 1. 1904, 
Lyons, Mich.; d. 1899. 

1. Eugenia^ '^' Hodgman. 

2. George^" Hodgman. 

3. Julia^" Hodgman. 

4. Maude^*' Hodgman. d. 1897. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XLV. 

Warren S.' Hodgman. (Jeannette' Morey) §39. 
b. 1824; m. Jane C Balcom, i860; d. 1903; 1. Painted 
Post, N. Y.; engaged in milling and confectionery 
business; postmaster. 

1. Edward B.' Hodgman. §46. 

2. Harry Iv." Hodgman. d. in infancy. 

3. Mary F." Hodgman. § 47. 

4. Lyman B.^ Hodgman. § 48. 

5. Clara L." Hodgman. § 49. 

6. Susan B. S. ' Hodgman. b. 1877; 1. 1905, 
Painted Post, N. Y. 



68 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XL VI. 

Edward B. ' Hodgman. (Warren S.' ) § 45. 
b. 1 861; 111. Alice Gilbert, 1895; ^' 1905, Jamison 
City, Pa. 

1. Gilbert lyawrence^" Hodgman. d. 1898. 

2. Helen ^" Hodgman. b. 1900. 



SECTION XLVII. 

Mary F." Hodgman. (Warren S." ) § 45. 
b. 1865; m. 18S7, Robert H. Goffe, Jr.; 1. 1909, at 325 
W. 90 St., N. Y. City. 

1. Marion Campbell^" Goffe. b. 1890. 

2. Robert Henry'" Goffe, 3rd. b. 1892. 

3. Howard Hodgman'" Goffe. b. 1894; d. 1894. 

4. Warren Hodgman'" Goffe. b. 1897. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENEAL OG Y 69 



SECTION XLVIII. 

IvYMAN B.- HoDGMAN. (Warren S.^ ) § 45. 
b. 1867; m. 1900, Marion Isabel Hall; 1. 1909, Paint- 
ed Post, N. Y • no ch. 



SECTION XLIX. 

Clara L. ' Hodgman. (Warren S.' ) § 45. 
b. 1870; ra., 1903, Glenn I. Pitts; 1. 1909, 317 Irvine 
Place, Elmira, N. Y. 

1. Joseph Scott'" Pitts, b. 1905. 

2. James Hodgman'" Pitts, b. 1906. 

3. Charles Balcom'" Pitts, b. 1908. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION L. 

.IvEONARd' Hodgman. (Jeannette" Morey.) § 39. 
b. Stillwater, N. Y., July 13, 1828; m. Lizzie Irwin, 
who was born in Manor Hamilton, Ireland, 1835, and 
died. Grand Ridge, 111., 1902; 1. Grand Ridge, 111., 
1904. There were seven children, four dying in in- 
fancy; those surviving are given below. 

1. Lansing Henry" Hodgman. b. 1857; m. Eliza 
McCormick; 1. 1904, Dwight, 111. 

a. Mary^'^ Hodgman. b. 1888. 

b. Leonard^*' Hodgman. b. 1890. 

c. Maber" Hodgman. b. 1892. 

d. Edward'" Hodgman. b. 1894. 

e. Jeannette^ '^ Hodgman. b. 1897. 

f. Cyrus^*^' Hodgman. b. 1901. 

2. Mabel Isabella'' Hodgman. b. 1861; m. 1904, 
George Crawford, Grand Ridge, 111. 

3. Gertrude- Hodgman. b. 1868; m. Linden C. 
Mulford; 1. 1909, Streator, 111.; no ch. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LI. 

Mary' Campbell. (Robert,' Robert.' ) § 35. 
b Aug. 19. 1734; m. David Kennedy, Jan. 1759; d. 
probably 1761. 

I. Robert' Kennedy, b. Jan. 20, 1761; m. 
Eunice Garnsey. 

a. Campbeir Kennedy, b. 1788; d. 1838. 

b. Nancy" Kennedy. § 52. b. 1792; m. 
Nathan Peck; d. 1854. 

c. Garnsey' Kennedy, b. 1794; m. Abbie 
Green. 

d. Roscius R.' Kennedy, b. 1805; m. Clara 
Garnsey, his cousin; 1. Saratoga, N. Y. 

(I) Lydia' Kennedy, b. ; m. Rev. 

Ransom B. Welch, D. D., professor in Union College 
and Auburn Theological Seminary; 1. 1909^ Auburn. 
N. Y. ; no ch. 

e. Esther' Kennedy, b. 1807; m. HoUister; 
no children survived. 

Note: Robert' Kennedy had a brother Hugh, 
born in 1762, who is said to have removed to Chautau- 
qua, N. Y. Mrs. Lydia' Welch says that Robert 
and Hugh were half brothers; as they were both Ken- 
nedys, their father must have been identical, but their 
mothers different; hence the children of David Ken- 
nedy's second wife do not belong in this Genealogy, 
since their mother was not a Campbell. For informa- 
tion, however, it may be said that, besides Hugh, 



72 ROBERT CAMPBELL CENEALOCy 

these were Mary Kennedy, b. 1764; John Kennedy, b. 
1767; Rebecca Kennedy, b. 1769, who m. Slade, and 
1. Kelloggsville, N. Y.; and Rachel, b. 1772. 

The knotty problem as to whether it was Sarah ' 
Campbell or Mary " Campbell who married Kennedy 
is fully solved in favor of Mary as above. The Still- 
water Church Record gives a statement of the death 
of "Sarah, wife of Wm. Frisbe, June the 22 day, 1772, 
in the 27th year of her age." This agrees with the 
record found in Rev. Robert^ Campbell's pocket Bible, 
which says: "My daughter Sarah departed this life 
June the 22: 1772 in the 27 year of her age." It 
could not therefore have been Sarah and must have 
been Mary, who married Kennedy; for Hugh Ken- 
nedy, half brother of Robert" Kennedy, was born in 
1762 of a second wife; but as Sarah did not die till 
1772, it could not have been she that married Ken- 
nedy and died after Robert's birth. Moreover, the 
Voluntown Church Record distinctly gives the marri- 
age of Mary Campbell to David Kennedy, Jan. 10, 1759, 
as above. 

The old note-book of Rev. Samuel M." Campbell, 
1857, says: "The Kennedys are mostly professors of 
religion; live about nine miles on the road to Schenec- 
tady. Guernsey K. his son. Hugh K. was brother 
of Robert and went into Chautauqua County. Ros- 
cius K. is brother of Guernsey and lives on the old 
homestead; well off. Methodist. Guernsey Kennedy 
n same place as Roscius." Evidently Guernsey and 



ROBER T CAMPBELL GENEAL OG ) ' 78 

Garnsey are the same individual. This old note-book 
of Rev. Samuel M.' Campbell, from which items are 1 

taken here and there, was evidently used for memo- \ 

randa during a visit to Stillwater in 1857. I 

i 



74 ROBERT CAMPBELL (.ENEALOCn^ 



SECTION LII. 

Nancy" Kknnedy. (Robert'' Kennedy) S 51. 
b. 1792; m. Nathan Peck, oldest brother of John Peck 
who married Maria' Montgomery; d. 1054. 

1. Campbell Kennedy' Peck. b. 1838; d. 1879. 
a. Cady Kennedy" Peck. b. Keokuk, la., i860, 
b Helen'' Peck, b. Keokuk, la., 1859; m. 

General Alfred T. Smith; 1. 1907, 3409 Wyandotte St.. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

(I) Campbell Kennedy Peck"'Smith.b 1889. 

2. Nathan G." Peck. 1. 1907, Jewell City, Kan. 

a. Jessie' Peck. m. Smith; 1. 1905, Elnora, 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

b. Seward" Peck. 1. 1905, Chicago, 111. 

c. George" Peck. 1. 1905, Topeka, Kas. 

d. Hattie" Peck. m. (reorge Berry; 1. 1905, 
Jewell City, Kas. 

e. Ransom Welch" Peck. 1. 1905, N. Y. City. 

f. Roscius" Peck. 

3. Robert Kennedy' Peck. d. in infanc}'. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LIII. 

Elizabeth' Campbell. (Robert,* Robert.' ) § 35. 
b- Oct. I, 1736; m. Deacon Wni; Patrick, (who was 
born, 1733, and died, 1823;) d. 1803; both int. at Still- 
water, N. Y. 

I Robert*' Patrick. 

2. William'^ Patrick. 

3. Sarah '^ Patrick. § 54. b. 1765; m. Wni. Sey- 
mour; d. 1847. 

4. Elizabeth' Patrick, m. Elijah Montgomery. 

5. Mary*" Patrick, m. Otis Ensign. 

6. Lydia*' Patrick. § 58. b. 1774; m. Luther 
Stone; d. 1846. 

7. Rebecca" Patrick. Did not marry. 

8. John" Patrick. §59. b. 1780; m. Nanc}^ 
Dunning, 1805. 

9. Ebenezer' Patrick, d. 12 years old. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LIV. 

Sarah" Patrick. (Kliza])eth' .) 5^ 53. 
b. Oct. 24, 1765; in. Wm. Seymour; (1754-1841;) 1. 
Stillwater, N. Y.; d. Mar. 22, 1847. 

1. Jesse" Seymour. § 55. 

2. Ebenezer' Seymour. § 56. 

3. John' Seymour. § 57. 

4. William' Seymour, Jr. b. 1783; m. Ascenith 
Hewitt; d. 1869. Children: James' Seymour; Chaun- 
cey'' Seymour; Celim' Seymour; Elizabeth" Seymour; 
Hannah'* Seymour; William' Seymour. 

5. Betsy" Seymour, b. 1785; m. Michael An- 
drews, ch. George' Andrews. 

6. Sarah" Seymour, b. 1790; m. Thomas Fel- 
lows; d. 1869. ch. Seymour' Fellows; Sarah' Fellows; 
George' Fellows; Erastns' Fellows; Roswell' Fel- 
lows; Thomas'* Fellows; Mary' Fellows; Eora' Fel- 
lows- 

7. Erastus' Seymour, b. 1791; m. Susan An 
drews; d. 1857; ch. Michael' Seymour; Erastus ^ Sey- 
mour; Sarah' Seymour; William' Seymour; Charles' 
Seymour. 

8. John' Seymour. 1792- 1824. d. at Stillwater 
N. Y.; m. ist. Sally Montgomery; m. 2d. Harriet 
Montgomery, ch. Harriet' Seymour; Silas' Seymour; 
Elizabeth' Seymour; Sarah' Seymour; Robert M. ' 
Seymour. 



ROBER T CAM PEEL L GENEAL OG Y 



SECTION LV. 

Ukacon Jesse" Seymour (Sarah*' Patrick.) § 54. 
b. Feb. 6, 1786; d. Feb. 20, 1873; m. 18 12, Polly 
Morris. 

1. Morris' Seymour, b. 18 16; m. Eugenia Brig- 
ham; d. 1896. 

a. Edwin B.'' Seymour, b. 1852; unm, 

b. Carrie" Seymour, d. young. 

2. Rhoda M.' Seymour, b. 1818; m. Alfred Grey. 

a. Eugenia Alice" Grey. m. Chas. Losee; 1. 
1907, Stillwater, N. Y. 

(I) Laura^** Eosee. m. Walter Osgood; d. 
(a) Arthur^' Osgood. 

b. Jesse Seymour'' Grey. m. Alice Vaughn; 
d. . His widow married Silas" Seymour, Jr , no 
ch. either marriage. 

3. Mark Tucker' Seymour; b. 1820; m. Mary J. 
Seymour; d. 1885. 

a. F'rances" Seymour, d. young. 

b. Ella" Seymour, m. Robert Augustus 
Powers, 1. N. Y. City. 

(I) Arthur Augustus'" Powers, d. 

c. Eelia" Seymour, d. young. 

4. Polly Morris- Seymour, b. 1822; m. Wm. B. 
Fuller; d. 

a. William G." P'uUer; m. Lucy Miller. 

5. William Patrick' Seymour, b. May 3, 1824; 



78 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

m. Sarah Ann Hewitt, 1852; d. 1903; 1. Stillwater, 
N. Y. 

a. Sarah Elizabeth" Seymour, b. 1852; m. 
Smith Ferris, 1905; 1. 1908, 215 W. 51st vSt., N. Y. 
City; no ch. 

b. Katie Helen ' Seymour, d. young. 

6. Ebenezer P/ Seymour, b. 1827; m. Sarah 
Fink; d. 1896. 8 children died young except 

a. Frank' Seymour, b. 1856; m. Kate Living- 
ston Seymour. 

(I) Dorothy^" Seymour, b. 1902. d. 

(II) William L-'" Seymour, b. 1886. d. 

(III) Marie'" Seymour, b. 1889. d. 

(IV) Elizabeth'" Seymour, b.189 o. 

(V) Katharine"' Seymour, b. 1895. 

(VI) Martha'" Seymour, b. 1907. 

7. Rhoda^ Seymour. 18 14- 18 15. 

8. Mark Tucker' Seymour, b. 1820. 

9. Mary Tucker' Seymour, b. 1822. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 79 



SECTION LVI. 

Rev. Hbenezer" Seymour. (Sarah'' Patrick) vj 54. 
b. i8ci; m. Mar}^ Hoe, 183 1; 1. Bloomfield, N.J. d. 1879. 

1. Henry' Seymour, b. 1833; m. Trowbridge, 
1858; d. 1892. 

a. Harry" Seymour, b. i860. 

b. Charles' Seymour, b. 1863. 

c. Julia T." Seymour, b. 1866. 

d. Stuart K" Seymour. 1874-1875. 

2. Edward' Seymour, b. 1835; m. Jane Sher- 
wood, 1859; d. 1877. 

a. J. Sherwood" Seymour, b. i860; m. Martha 
Palmer: 1. 1907, Chicago. 111., several children. 

b. Jane C." Seymour, b. 1862; d. unm 1895. 

c. Mary- Seymour, b. 1868; m. George R. 
Carpenter, professor in Columbia University, N. Y. 
City. 

(I) Margaret'" Carpenter. 

3. Mary Hoe" Seymour 1837- 1881. 

4. Elizabeth" Seymour, b. 1839; m. Rev. Lewis 
W. Mudge, 1867, late of Princeton, N. J.; 1. 1909, 
Downington, Pa. 

a. Rev. Lewis Seymour ' Mudge. b. 1868; 1. 
1909, Lancaster, Pa.; m. Caroline D. Paxton, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Dr. \Vm. M. Paxton, of Princeton, N. J., 
1896; no ch. 

b. Charles Ogden" Mudge. 1). 1870; 1. E. 
Downington, Pa., 1909. 



80 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

c. Rev. William L." Mudge. b. 1872; m. 
Laura M. Buck, 1901; 1. 1909, Lewistovvn, Pa.; ch. 
William L.^" Mudge, Jr., b. 1902; Sidney Reeve'" 
Mudge, b. 1903. 

d. Mary Hoe" Mudge. b. 1873; 1. E. Downing- 
ton, Pa., 1909. 

e- P'rederick Pooley"* Mudge. b. 1875; 1. E. 
Downington, Pa., 1909. 

f. Henry Seymour" Mudge. b. 1878; 1. N. Y. 
City, 1909. 

5. Robert Hoe" Seymour, b, 1843; m. Helen 
W^ Hazlett, 1866. Children: 

a. Arthur Hoe" Seymour. 1867- 1868. 

b. Wm. Henry Payson" Seymour, b. 1868. 

c. Robert Hazlett" Seymour, b. 187 c. 

d. Albert Hay" Seymour, b. 1873. 

e. Clarence Mills" Seymour, b. 1874. 

f. Malcolm" Seymour, b. 1878. 

g. Frederick Ward" Seymour, b. 1880. 

6. George Master' Seymour, b. 1845; 1. 1909. 
Bloomfield, N. J., m. Anna^ Rundell, 1869. 

a. James Rundell" Seymour, b. 1872; m. 
Mary V. O'Neil, 1901. 

b. Anna" Seymour, b. 1876; m. Robert Doug- 
las Carter, 1898, 

c. Grover Crovvell" Seymour, b. 1880. 

d. George Masters" Seymour, Jr. b. 1882. 

e. Alice" Seymour. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 81 



SECTION LVII. 

Deacon John" Seymour. (Sarah" Patrick) $ 54. 
d. Fredonia, N. Y., 1876. 

1. Silas' Seymour, m. Delia French, d. i.Sqo. 

a. Silas" Seymour, Jr. m. Alice \'aughn Gre}-; 
no ch. 

b. Florence' Seymour, m. Bayaud. 

c. George" Seymour, d. 1903. 

d. Jane' Seymour, m. Hlanchet; 1. Quebec. 

e. Montgomery'' Seymour. 1. Cleyeland, O. 

2. Sarah* Seymour, m. Richard Decker. 

a. Silena" Decker, m. Duffin: 1. 1907, at 203 
Crescent vSt., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

b. William S. " Decker. 

3. Harriet' Seymour, m. 

4. Laura' Seymour, d. 1858. 

5. Robert' Seymour, m ; no ch. ; d. 1893. 



82 ROBER T CAM PEEL L GENE A L OG Y 



SECTION LVIII 

Lvdia" Patrick. (Elizabeth.' ) $^53. 
b. 1774; ni. Luther Stone, 1791; d. 1846. 

1. Hannah" Stone, b. 1791; ni. Edmund Brush, 
1.S14. 

a. John' Brush, no ch. 

b. Jane" Prush. no ch. 

2. Luther" Stone, b. 1794; m. Mary Rounds, 
1816. 

3. 'John" vStone. 1). 1796; m. Abigail Buckbee, 
1S17; 

4. Jemima' Stone, b. 1798. 

5. Sarah' Stone, b. 1800; m. Ezra Buckbee, 1820. 

6. Eli L- " Stone, b 1803; m. Katherine Wheti- 
car, 1827. 

7. Minerva' Stone, b. 1805; m Adin Beebe, 1831, 
no ch. 

8. William Patrick" Stone, b. «8io; m. Sybil 
Truman, 1835. 

a. Eli W.' Stone, m. Charlotte Metcalf 

(I) Fannie M. ' Stone. m. Clarence T 
Wall; no ch. 

(II) Dr. William M' Stone, m. Katherine 
Popenhousen ; no ch. 

b. Jennie S." Stone, num. 

c. John' Stone, d. unm. 

d. James T." Stone, m. Emma' Campbell; 1 
1909. Rome, N. Y. ; treasurer of Rome Savings Bank: 
no ch v^ s. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 83 



SECTION LIX. 

John' Patrick (Elizabeth' Campbell.) ?J 53. 
b. Nov. 28, 1780; m Nancy Dunning, Nov. 7, 1805. 

1. Sarah S.' Patrick, b. 1808; m. Deal Rodgers, 
(so writes her father.) 

2. Michael D." Patrick, b- 18 10; m. Delia Ro- 
gers ( ? ) 

3. Charity Ann' Patrick, b. 1813; m. John A. 
Patmore, (so writes her father.) 

4. Elizabeth^ Patrick, b. 1815; m. I. Michael 
Schlosser; 1. Hastings, Westchester Co.. N. Y., her 
father making his home with her in 1855. 

5. William" Patrick, b. 1818; d. 1818. 

6. Charlotte D/ Patrick, b. 1820. 

Note: John' Patrick, was born in Stillwater, N. 
Y. In 1855, while resident with his daughter Eliza- 
beth' Schlosser, at Hastings-on-Hudson, he wrote an 
historical account of the family; the document, -unless 
it be a copy of the same. -is in the possession of the 
author of this volume. The first four children named 
above were baptised in Stillwater, Aug. 6, 18 15. 

In the above mentioned document, John" Patrick 
says of his father, William Patrick: "He held the of- 
fice of deacon, the first ever set apart over the church 
in Stillwater, until the day of his death, which was 
more than forty years. He was a decided patriot in 
the Revolutionary War. He was, with others ap- 
pointed a committee of safety in 1777, when Burgoyne, 



84 ROBERT CAMPBELL (.EXEALOGY 

with the British army, with Tories and Indians, were 
forcing their way from Canada down the North River, 
driving the inhabitants before them. Most of the wom- 
en and children were conveyed to Connecticut and 
other places, to be out of the way of the tomahawk and 
scalping knife. Most of the men who had courage 
stayed. My father, after securing a safe retieat for his 
family, remained behind. His house, after placing it in 
a state of defence, was used by the remaining inhabit 
ants as a refuge from the Tories and Indians who 
were prowling through the woods. He staid there 
until the British army advanced within three miles of 
his house, where the first battle was fought. Burgoyne 
was repulsed and had to fall back. There were several 
battles on his retreat before he surrendered his 10,000 
men. In many of the engagements the inhabitants 
shouldered their muskets and went to the battlefield, 
and when the battle was over for the day, returned to 
my father's house for safety for the night. My father 
was in some of these temporary engagements and at 
the surrender of Burgoyne, but was never an enlisted 
soldier. Here he continued to reside in the same 
house about half a century, and here he died. Here 
I not only was born myself, but all my children in the 
same old revolutionary house. There I staid from the 
Revolution till the War of i<Si2, in which I was en- 
gaged as a Quartermaster of a Regiment stationed in 
the City of New York in 1814." 
$100,000. 
At the present writing, December, 1908, an estate 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 85 

valued at $100,000 is awaiting distribution among 
members of the Patrick family, and, that it may 
be administered by the Court, it is necessary to learn 
the whereabouts of the living descendants of John' 
Patrick; some write the name John W. Patrick. Any 
one possessing the desired information, or any facts 
that may furnish a clue to it, will kindly address the 
author of this book. 



86 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LX. 

Jkan" Campbkll, (Robert,* Robert. ' ) § 35. 
b. Jan. 19, 1739; m. Loomis; sometimes called Jane; 
but her father records her name, in his old pocket 
Bible, as Jean. Nothing is known about any de^cend- 
ants through this line. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENEAL OG Y 



SECTION LXI. 

Rev. Robert' Campbell, Jr. (Robert,' Robert' ) 
§ 35. b. May 3, 1741; m. Jan. 20, 1767, Esther Pierce; 
d. 18 16; both int. at Campbell, N. Y. 

I. Mary*' Campbell. 1777-1831. m. Hunter. §62. 
--^ 2. Sarah" Campbell. -1882. m. Baker. ij 64. 

3. Esther" Campbell. 1770- 1807. m. Watson. §65. 

4. Ruth" Campbell. 1772- m. Stewart. § 66. 

_ 5. Lydia" Campbell- 1774-1846. m. Montgomery 
and Peck. § 67. 

6. Rebecca" Campbell. 1775- m. Curtis. § 73. 

7. Robert" Campbell. 1 777-1861 § 74. 

8. Minor" Campbell. 1780- 1865. § 77. 

9. Rachel" Campbell. 1782-1859-60. m. MuUi- 
ken. g 99. 

10. Bradford" Campbell, b. 1784. d. 3^oung; unm. 

11. Tamar" Campbell. 1786-1862. m. Campbell, 
vj 109. 

12. Philo'' Campbell. 1788-1843. 

13 Lucy" Campbell. 1791 1883. m. Teeple. §117. 
Note: Robert ' Campbell was received into mem- 
bership in the Canaan Church of Christ, of which his 
father the next year become pastor, from the church 
in Plainfield, Conn., Sept. 12, 1760. In 1762 the 
church and its pastor removed to Stillwater, Saratoga 
Co., N. Y. On May 30, 1766, Robert' Campbell was 
receivtd into Stillwater Church and signed the coven- 
ant. July 16, 1767, he was voted made '"probationer 



P8 ROBER T CA MPBEL L CENEAL OG Y 

for a deacon and officiate in that office." June i, 1772. 
the Stillwater Church "gave Robert' Campbell a call 
as probationer to labor in the work of the ministry 
with our pastor, Robert* Campbell." August 26, 1789, 
six months after his father's death, Robert ' Campbell 
was called "to settle in the work of the ministry over 
this church and congregation." He is recorded as 
being ordained to the ministry in 1790, and the same 
church records speak of him as "pastor;" he is also 
frequently recorded as administering the sacraments. 
It is plain therefore that he was a full minister of the 
gospel, though this has been disputed. 

August 15, 1798, Rev. Robert' Campbell asked dis- 
missal from pastoral charge, the church agreeing with 
the pastor to "part in peace." As the called Council 
did not meet, nothing was done. August 28, 18 o, 
the church again concurred in the request Septem- 
ber 15, 1800, the church gave a letter ot recommenda- 
tion and good standing to Rev. Robert' Campbell, he 
having been, according to Congregational usage, a 
member of it, as well as its pastor. January 9. 1801, 
he withdrew from fellowship with the church and read 
reasons for it; he refused to acknowledge its jurisdic- 
tion, and said that, if all who deserved church disci- 
pline should receive it, th^re would not be enough 
left to exercise the discipline. April 14, 1801, the 
vStillwater Church withdrew from Rev. Robert ' Camp- 
bell for "contempt and neglect of the church." His 
name now disappears from the church records for ten 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 89 

years, as does also that pf his brother Solomon; it was 
in this year that they emigrated to Steuben Co., N.Y. 

In 1811, howeyer, Rey. Robert' Campbell rode 
horseback all the way through the wilderness to be 
reconciled to the old church; tradition has it that on 
this journey he contracted disease from which he died; 
but if so it must been lingering disease, since he liyed 
fiye years longer. He must have made this journey 
in the dead of winter, for, it was on January 22, 181 1, 
that he "personally appeared before the church and 
confessed to the church his wickedness and hard feel- 
ings tow^ard them, and the justness of the censure that 
the church had laid on him, and gave such evidence 
of his penitence and reformation that the church felt 
in duty bound to forgive him and restore him to the 
fellowship of the said church, and gave him a letter of 
recommendation to improve his gifts w^here Providence 
may call him in any regular Church of Christ.'' So 
reads the Stillwater Church Record. At the same 
time a letter was given his wife Esther. At the same 
time also. Rev. Robert' Campbell presented a letter 
from his brother Solomon, asking that he might be 
forgiven and restored; and his request was granted. 
September 8, 1816, it was recorded that "the sacra- 
ment was administered by Rev. D. C. Lansing and 
Rev. Robert Campbell." Thus we have abundant 
evidence of the completeness of the reconcilation. 

Before w^e follow this ancestor to Steuben Co., let 
us take a final look at the old Stillwater Church, of 



90 ROBER T CA MPBEL L GENE A LOG Y 

which both his father and he were pastors. The Re- 
cord says that March i8, 1818, a Presbyterian Church 
was organized in the Village of Stillwater, that is, two 
miles east, and, from that date till 1833, the two 
churches united in the support of the gospel. In 181 1 
the old church is recorded as giving letters of dismis- 
sal to the new Presbyterian Church. A second Pres- 
byterian Church was also organized, which became 
very small, and existed hardly more than in name; 
this his since become extinct, and, in 1907 its little 
property was disposed of by the Presbytery of Troy. 
In 1887. William Patrick Seymour was the last sur- 
viving member of the old Stillwater Church, and that 
year lie joined the Broadway Tabernacle, N. Y. City 
and thus the organization of Canaan and Stillwater 
became extinct. The "yellow meeting house," in 
which it worshipped, however, still remains in a good 
state of preservation , and serves as a preaching station ; 
while by its side sleep the dtad, including its first 
pastor, whose voices used to be heard within its walls 
in praise of Almighty Ood. It is clear from the 
above that the Presbyteria^i Church of Stillwater 
is not identical with the church of which the two 
Robert Campbells were Pastors; for a time it stood 
yoked with it in Christian work, yet distinct in organi- 
zation; as the old church has expired, the Presbyter- 
ian Church may properly be regarded as in an import- 
ant sense its successor; but the tvio should never be 
confused. Some lasting monument to the old church, 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY \)\ 

its first two pastors, and its faithful membership, 
ought to be erected at Stillwater, either at the "'yellow 
meeting house," or else at the Presbyterian Church 
in the village, where it would receive larger attention. 

THE TOWN OF CAMPBELL, AND ITS SET- 
TLEMENT. 

The first white inhabitant of Steuben County, N. 
Y., was Samuel Harris, son of the founder of Harris- 
burg, Pa-, an Indian trader, who established himself 
at Painted Post not long previous to 1787. The 
county was organized in 1796; it is in area one of the 
largest in the state. The town of Campbell was or- 
ganized out of the towai of Painted Post in 1831. Its 
first settlers were Robert^ Campbell, his brother Solo- 
mon,' and Solomon's son Archie." These came in 
1801. Whether the dissensions in the Stillwater 
Church determined the going and the date thereof, 
is not certain; but they occurred at the same time. 
An attempt to organize a Presbyterian Church in 
Campbell, in 1811, failed. Rev. Moses Hunter, of this 
book, was one of the prominent early missionaries 
visiting the region. Rev. Robert ' Campbell does not 
appear to have done any stated preaching after set- 
tling in Campbell. He is said to have held slaves and 
to have sold rum, neither of which would have pro- 
duced great scandal in those days. In 18 12 a second 
attempt to organize failed, as aLso an attempt to erect 
a house of worship. In 1831 organization was finally 



92 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

effected, seven members constituting the roll; one of 
these was Hannah Campbell, wife of Minor'' Camp- 
bell, and mother to Rev. Samuel M.' Campbell, D.D. 
The date of organization was February i6. The first 
Sunday School was organized in 1824 by Benjamin 
Stevens and Klvira" Campbell, afterward Elvira' 
Cobb, of this book. The first church building was 
erected in 1833, on what is now a part of Hope Ceme- 
tery, near the former residence of Rev. Robert' Camp- 
bell, at a cost of $850 with donations. This house is 
now used by the Methodists, have previously been 
moved to the village and there occupied by the Pres- 
byterians. In 1868, the present house of worship was 
dedicated, Rev. Samuel M." Campbell, D.D., preach- 
ing the sermon, and Rev. Frederic- Campbell, then a 
lad, being present. The present parsonage was built 
in 1864, and has since been twice improved and en- 
larged. For many years the Presbyterian Church of 
Campbell has been a flourishing village church and a 
beacon light within a wide territory. 

Campbell, N. Y., sometimes called Campbelltown, 
is situated about 300 miles west of New York City, 
on the main line of the Delaware, lyackawanna and 
Western R. R., and on the Rochester branch of the 
Erie R. R., eight miles from its junction with the 
main line at Painted Post. Tt is on the Conhocton 
River, at an elvation of about 1,000 feet above the sea, 
and in a beautiful country of broad and fertile valleys 
and noble and lofty hills. When the Campbells moved 



ROBER T CAMPBELL GENEAL OG V 93 

into it it was a dense wilderness. The town was 
named after the Campbells who settled it, and includes 
not only the village, but the entire township of that 
name, including Kast Campbell Post Office. While 
some of the family, very few in number, live in the 
village, not one of them bears the name Campbell; 
but many sleep in Hope Cemetery, awaiting the resur- 
section. 

WAS THIS OUR ROBERT ? 
The name Robert Campbell is a common one in this 
family; but it is also found in other families, and the 
query is raised whether the following statement re- 
fers to our Rev. Robert"' Campbell, of Stillwater and 
Campbell, N. Y. The writer of it, in 1892, refers it to 
him, but some statements are a little difficult to recon- 
cile with known facts. According to Editor M. D. 
Raymond, Tarrytowm, N. Y., there was organized a 
church in Sherburne, N. Y., by Rev. Robert Camp- 
bell; he is said, (Dawson's Historical Magazine, July, 
1868.) to have been "one of the signers to a memorial 
to the General Assembly of Connecticut, asking for 
relief from the oppressive laws concerning eccelesias- 
tical matters, date of 1777. It appears that he was 
then pastor of an Independent Congregational Church 
in New Milford, where he was located from 1772 to 
1784; that he was originally from Canaan, Conn., 
where he had been 'raised up to preach;' and tha^ 
from 1792 to 1800 he was at Stillwater, N. Y.; that in 
1793 he was appointed chairman of a committee to 



94 ROBERT CAMPBELL c;ENEALOCr 

look after the organizing of new presbyteries; that, 
Jan. 14, 1794, he recommended the forming of one at 
Albany, and another with headquarters at Whites- 
town, N. Y." 

Note: If Robert ' Campbell served the New Mil- 
ford Church as here stated, it must have been pre- 
viously to his ordination, which the records show to 
have been in 1790. 

Rev. Robert"' Campbell was a stout man, but not 
tall. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL CENEALOCY 95 



SECTION LXII. 

Mary" Campbell. (Robert. ' ) ij 6i. 
b. 1767; d. 1831; m. Samuel Hunter, her cousin. § 36. 
I. Andrew' Hunter, m. Hod^man; d. 1868. 

a. Cecilia' Hunter. § 63. b. 1834; m. New- 
land; 1. 1909, Stillwater, N. Y. 

b. Frances' Hunter, m. Robert P. Gardner; 
1. 1904, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

(I) Frederick W.' Gardner, b. 1858; m.; 
no ch.; 1. 1905, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

c. Edward B.' Hunter, m. Elizabeth Moore; 
1. 1904, Stillwater, N. Y. 

(I) Celia F." Hunter, b. 1881 ; unni. ; 1. 1905, 
vStillwater, N. Y. 

2. Esther' Hunter, m. J. Montgomery. 

3. Jesse' Hunter, m. P. Knowles. 

4. Nancy' Hunter, m. A. Fellows. 



96 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXIII. 

Cecilia' Hunter. (Andrew' Hunter) >J 62. 
b. 1834; m. John B. Newland; 1. 1909, Stillwater, N.V. 

1. Ephrainr' Newland. nnin. ; 1. 1905, Stillwater, 
N. Y. 

2. Elizabeth B.'' Newland. iinm.; 1. 1905, Still- 
w^ater, N. Y. 

3. vSarah Louise'' Newland. ni. Dr. Hudson, 
who has since died; 1. 1909, Stillwater, N. Y. 

a. Majorie C.^" Hudson, b. 1890. 

b. Alice L.'" Hudson, b. 1894. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 07 



SECTION LXIV. 

v-arah'' Campbell. (Robert. ' ) vi 6i. 
m..'Ede3^ Baker; d. Nov. 2, 1822. 

1. Harmon' Baker. 

2. Esther" Baker, m. 18 14, Joshua Bliven; 1. 
Sa7^toga, N. Y. 

,^ a. Charles' Bliven. b. 18 18; m. Louisa Mori- 
soT ; 1. Yonkers, N. Y., and N. Y. City; d. 1879. 

(I) William W." Bliven. b. 1857; m. Char- 
lo- e Adams; 1. Yonkers, N. Y.; business, 140 Nassau 
St , N. Y. City, 1909. 

% (a) Emma Alma'" Bliven. b. 1885. 

(b) Warren Clinton'" Bliven. b. 1889. 

(II) Charles Joshua^' Bliven. b. N. Y City, 
Sep. 21, 1845; m. June 4, 1872, Emma L. Duryea; d. 
1894. 

(a) Henry a.'" Bliven. b. 1873. 

(b) Marguerette D '" Bliven. b. 1875; m. 
E. ly. EeForest, 1899. 

(c) Charles J.'" Bliven. d, in infancy. 

(III) George Washington Morison ' Bliven. 
b. N. Y. City, Feb. 26, 1854; m. 1880, Ella Mead; d. 
1882. 

(lY) Edward Mead" Bliven. b. Yonkers, 
N. Y.. 1858; m. Cora E. Colwell, 1883. 

(a) Edwina Colwell'" Bliven. b. 1886. 

(b) Floyd Edward'" Bliven. b. 1888. 
(Y) Emma P.'* Bliven. b. 1844; m. 1874, 

C. F. W. Yergens. 

(a) Louisa B.^" Yergens. b. 1875. 



us ROHER T CAMPJiKLL GENE A LOG } ' 



SECTION LXV. 

Esther" Campbelll. (Robert. ' ) § 6i. 
1) 1770; m. Elijah Watson, 1790; 1. vStillwater, ly.; 
d. 1806. 

1. Chauncey" Watson, b. 1795; d. N. V.ity. 
Had one son who died earl> in life. 

2. Elijah' Watson, b. 1806; d. Cleveland, ^io. 
a. Horace" Watson. 1. Cleveland Ohio 

3. Michael" Watson, b. 1791; d. 1808. 

4. Anna" Watson, b. 1793; d. 1794. 

5. James" Watson, b. 1794; d. 1069. Twice .ar- 
ried; three children by second marriage; all dea']. 

6. Philo Campbell' Watson, b. 1803; dj 181, 
Two sons and one daughter, namely, \ 

a. Mary" Watson, m Corliss; 1. 1909, Hick- 
ory, Va. 

NoTK: Philo Campbell" Watson's oldest s n was 
born 1828, died 1896. 



7. Elias" Watson, b. 1806; d. 1881. 

a. (Eldest daughter,)' m. Crain; 1. Brooklyn. 

b. (Second daughter,)' 

c. (Third daughter.)' These two daughters 
lived in Buffalo and are dead. 

d. George' Watson. 1. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

e. (Younger son)' 1. Indianapolis, Ind. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 5)9 



SECTION LXVI. 

Ruth'' Campbell. (Robert' ) § 6i. j 

b. 1772; m. Stewart. '\ 

1. Warren' Stewart, b. 1813; unm; d 1862. 

2. Frederick" Stewart, m. Mary Ann Beslej^; d. 1 
1814. First Master of the Steuben Mark Master Lodge \ 
of Free Masons, charter being granted, 1807. 

a. SamueF Stewart, m. Louise Burrill; no ch. 

b. George' Stewart. 

c. Warren** Stewart. 

d. Frances' Stewart, m. Henry Cole; 1. 1904, 

Omaha, Neb. | 

(I) Faye- Cole, (daughter.) \ 

(II) Fanny" Cole. i 

3. William' Stewart, b. 1798; m. Polly' Camp- i 
bell; 1. Campbell, N. Y. ; d. 1880. Descendants §129. 1 



100 ROBERT CAMPBELL (GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXVII. 

Lydia'* Campbell. (Robert' ) § 6i. 
b. 1774; m. Elias Montgomery, (1765-1816;) m. 2nd, 
Peck; d. 1846. 

1. Sarah" Montgomery. 1 791- 1792. 

2. John' Montgomery. 1793- 

3. Robert' Montgomery. 1794- 

4. Esther' Montgomery. 1796- 

5. Nancy' Montgomery. ]•. 1798; m. Barratt. 

a. Jane' Barratt. 

b. Harvey' Barratt. 

6. Richard' Montgomery, b. 1799; m. widow 
Osborne. 

a. Elias' Montgomery, d. early. 

7. Henry W,' Montgomery. i8oo-i8oi. 

8. Elias' Montgomery, Jr. 1802- 

9. Bradford C' Montgomery, b. 1803; m. Ursu- 
la Tower. 

a. Charles' Montgomery. 

b. Julius" Montgomery. § 68. 

c. (Third son.)' 

10. Sophia" Montgomery. § 69. b. 1804; m. ist, 
Ethan Allen; m. 2nd, Rev. Corwin; d. 1887. 

11. Maria^ Montgomery. §70. b. 1806; m. Peck; 
d. 1880. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 101 



SECTION LXVIII. 

Julius' Montgomery (Bradford C. ' ) § 67. 
m. Benedict; 1. 1903, Waterville, N. Y. 

1. Florence" Montgomery. 

2. May" Montgomery. 



102 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXIX 

Sophia' Montgomery. (Lydia' Campbell.) § 67. 
b. 1804; 111. Ethan Allen; m. 2nd, Rev. Corwiu; d. 
1887. 

1. Maria' Allen. 

2. Montgomery" Allen. Lost on whaling voyage. 

3. Campbell' Allen, m. Abeliiian. Principal of 
Albany Public School, and Chief of Police, d. 1869. 

a. Arthur" Allen. 

b. Sophia" Allen. 

c. Jessie" Allen. 

4. Lee** Allen. 1. Vineland, N. J. 
a. Mabel" Allen. 

b- Leicester" Allen. 1. Spokane, Wash. 

5. Leicester' Allen, m. Susan Bigham; 1. 1903, 
Waynesboio, Pa. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 10^ 



SECTION LXX. 

Maria' Montgomery, (l^ydia' Campbell.) § 67. 
b. 1806; m. John Peck, who was son of her stepfather 
b}' his first marriage; children all born in Clifton Park, 
Saratoga Co., N. Y. ; d. 1880. 

1. Caroline' Peck. § 71. b. 1830; m. Jones; 
d. 1903. 

2. Montgomery' Peck. b. 1833; d. 1838. 

3. Sophia' Peck. b. 1835; m. 1859, Luman S. 
Clark; d. 1887. 

a. Hattie P. ' Clark, m. 1908, John W. Rey- 
nolds; 1. 1909, Moweaqua, 111. 

4. Eliza' Peck. b. 1837; d. 1855. 

5. Maria" Peck, i^ 72. b. 1839; m. Clark. 

6. Jennie" Peck. b. 1841; m. Cyrus P. Rogers; 
1 1909, Felton, Delaware; address, R. F. D. 3, Box 38. 

a. Bertha' Rogers. 

7. Harriet' Peck. b. 1844; m. at Clifton Park, 
N. Y., Charles D. Thurber, 1868; d. Saratoga vSprings, 
N. Y., 1903. 

a. Caroline A.' Thurber. b. Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y., 1873; unm. 1904; 1. 160 Spring St., Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. 

8. John Abijah' Peck. 1847- 1850. 



1(4 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXXI. 

Caroline' Peck. (Maria" Montgomery) sj 70. 
b- 1830; m. Dudley E. Jones; 1. Little Rock, Ark.; d. 
1903. 

1. Kate" Jones, m. P. Bernays; 1. Oakland, Cal. 

2. Arthur P.' Jones, m. Georgia Curtis; 1. Lit- 
tle Rock, Ark. 



SECTION LXXII. 

Maria' Peck. (Maria" Montgomery) v^ 70. 
b. 1839; m. John M. Clark; 1. Clifton Park, N. Y 

1. Montgomery' Clark. 

2. John Peck" Clark. 

3. Jennie ' Clark, m. Gilbert Brown. 

4. Carrie P. ' Clark. 



ROBER T CAMPBELL GENEAL OG J ' 105 



SECTION LXXIII. 

Rebecca'" Campbell. (Robert."' ) § 6i. 
b. Oct. I, 1775; m. Daniel Curtis; 1. Mead's Creek, 
Steuben Co., N. Y.; no ch. A short woman and lame. 
She had an adopted daughter. 



lot) ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



vSECTlON LXXIV 

Robert" Campbell. (Robert,^ Robert/ Robert'' ) 
i5 6r. b. Stillwater, N. Y., July 25, 1777; educated for 
the ministry at Dartmouth College; m. Rachel Dalson ; 
1. Bellevue, Mich., coming from Campbell, N.Y., 1836. 
"A good Christian man." d. 1861. 

1. Philo' Campbell. 1808-1888. §75. 

2. Samuel' Campbell, b. Campbell, N. Y., 1806; 
d. Bellevue, Mich., 1891. 

a. Fletcher- Campbell 1. 1904, Bellevue, Mich. 

b. Mary" Campbell m. Davidson; 1. 1904, 
Bellevue, Mich. 

Note: There are, in 1904, fourteen grandchildren 
of Samuel" Campbell. 

3. Harriet' Campbell, b. Campbell, N. V' , 18 16; 
m. Ashley Ives; 1 Bellevue, Mich. ; d. 1889. 

a. Robert' Ives. 1. 1904, Kansas; six children. 

4. Catherine' Campbell, b. Campbell, N. Y., 
1812; m. Lewis Ives; 1. Bellevue, Mich.; d. 1896. 

a. Ruby^ Ives, m Bailey; 1. 1909, Bellevue, 

Mich. 

b. Anna" Ives. m. FoUett; 1 1904, Michigan. 

c. Rachel R." Ives. m. Lane; 1. 1909, Belle- 
vue, Mich. 

Note: The marriages of Harriet" and Catherine" 
Campbell to the Ives Brothers were the first two wed- 
ings in Eaton Co., Michigan. There are, in 1904, 
three grandchildren of Catherine" Campbell Ives. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 107 

5. Esther' Campbell, b. Campbell, N. Y., 1S14; 
m. Denton Mott; d. Michigan. 1881. Her children all 
dead, but probably sixteen grandchildren in Michigan, 
1904. 

6. Martha' Campbell, b. Campbell, N. Y., 1822; 
m. Judd; d. Bellevue, Mich., 1894. Three children, 
one son in Minnesota, one son in Chicago, and a daugh- 
ter in Battle Creek, Mich.; five grandchildren, one 
in Minnesota, three in Gliicago, and one in Michigan; 
so the record in 1904. 

7. Xancy' Campbell, m. Newman; several chil- 
dren; d. X. Y. State. 

8. Clarissa" Campbell, d. aged 16. 



108 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXXV. 

Philo" Campbell. (Robert '' ) § 74. 
b. 1808; m. Calista P. Gushing, 1832; 1. Painted Post, 
N. Y.; Bellevue, Mich., where he went in 1836; and 
Campbell, N. Y., where he returned in 1842; d. 1888. 

1. Solomon C." Campbell, b. 1836; m. 1862, M. 
Aurelia Farwell, daughter of Benjamin Farwell; 1. 
Painted Post and N. Y. City; d. 1903. 

a. Wallace Farwell^ Campbell. §76. 

2. William Wallace'' Campbell. 1832-1836. 

3. Sybil Hubbard' Campbell. 1838- 1842. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENE A L OGY 109 



SECTION LXXVI. 

Wallace Farwell ' Campbell (Solomon C.- ) 
§ 75- b. 1863; m. Minnie V. Adams, 1S86: 1. 1909, 
Minneapolis, Minn.; lawyer and president of People's 
Bank. 

1. Mary V/" Campbell, b. 1886. 

2. Ruth^'' Campbell, b. 1896. 



1 1 ROBER T CAMPBELL GENE A LOG Y 



SECTION LXXVII. 

Minor" Campbkll, (Robert. ' ) $J 6i. 
b. Stillwater, N. Y., June 2, 1780; m. Dec. 18, 1807, 
Hannah Leming, who died 1849; d. 1865. 

1. Franklin' Campbell, m. C. Lovett Whipple; 
1. Black Rock, N. Y. ; no ch. 

2. Marietta' Campbell. 1817-1886. § 78. 

3. Fidelia' Campbell. 1819-1863.' § 86. 

4. Harriet' Campbell. § 89 

5. Samuel Minor' Campbell. 1823- 1892. i^ 92. 

Five other children died early, one of them, an- 
other Samuel, living to be 7 years of age; two were 
born after Samuel Minor.' 

Note: The business of Minor' Campbell was chief- 
ly lumbering and farming. In the former he was very 
successful. He used to run rafts down the Conhocton, 
Chemung and Susquehanna Rivers to Baltimore. For 
many years a church member. He had business re 
verses, but improved conditions followed, and he 
bought a farm of fifty acres. 

Hannah Leming, wife of Minor'' Campbell, was 
daughter of David Leming, who was born in England, 
and married Hannah Wilbur in Connecticut; the other 
children were Samuel, a saddler; Phila Thea, who mar- 
ried Case; and Abigail, who remained unmarried. 
Hannah Leming was born in Farmington, Conn., and 
became a tailoress-; among others she worked in the 
family of S. J. Mills. "She has seen Obookiah," 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 111 

writes her son Samuel M." Campbell, a statement 
which to the author was long a riddle, until he dis- 
covered that Obookiah was a celebrated converted 
Sandwich Islander w^ho attracted much attention in 
coming to this country for Christian education. She 
came to New York State at about sixteen years of age. 
Taught school. She had many distant relatives among 
the "Friends" in Farmington, Conn., some of whom 
bore the names Smith, Ramsdell, and McComber. 



U2 



ROIiERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXXVIII. 



Marietta" Campbkll. (Minor." ) § 77. 
). 1817; ni. ist, Addison Kimball, 1835; m. 2nd. Al- 



bert DuVall; 1. Mead's Creek, Steuben Co 
1886. 

Hannah' Kimball. § 79. 

Rebecca" Kimball. § 80. 

David' Kimball. $< 81. 

Samuel A.' Kimball. § 82. 

Minor' Kimball, ij 83. 

Lucius Miles' Kimball. 
1909, Artesian, So. Dakota. 

7. Ella"^ DuVall. § 84. 

8. Emma' DuVall. § 85. 



N. Y 



b. 1852; unm.; 1. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 113 



SECTION LXXIX. 

Hannah' Kimball. (Marietta.' ) § 78 
b. 1836; m. F. E. Noyes, 1851; d. 1893. 



114 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXXX. 

Rebecca' Campbell. (Marietta" ) § 78. 
b. 1843; m. 1863, Albert DuVall, Jr., son of her 
mother's second husband by his first marriage; 1. East 
Campbell, Steuben Co., N. Y. , and Hornby, N. Y.; 
d. 1894. 

1. Albert C. ' DuVall. b. 1864; 1. 1908. Hornby, 
N. Y. 

2. Alice R." DuVall. b. 1866; m. 1892, Samuel 
M. Easterbrook; 1. 1904, Hornby, N. Y. 

a. Ethel R.^ "Easterbrook. b. 1894. 

b. Elfleda J.^" Easterbrook. b. 1896. 

3. Arthur Lucius'' DuVall. b. 1869; 1. 1908 
Hornby, N. Y. 

4. Harriet" DuVall. b. 1870; m. 1890, Robert H. 
Wasson; 1. 1904, 116 E. Market St., Corning, N. Y. 

a. Minnie E.^" Wasson. b. 1891. 

b. Elsworth D/° Wasson. b. 1892. 

c. Gladys S.'" Wasson. 1897-1897. 

d. Arthur B.^" Wasson. b. 1899. 

5. Fred'' DuVall. b. 1875; 1, 1904, Hornby, N.Y. 

6. Clarence E." DuVall. b. 1882; 1. 1905, U. S. 
Army, Philippine Islands. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 115 



SECTION LXXXI. 

David F.^ Kimball. (Marietta" ) § 78. 
b. 1838; m. Helen Clark, 1862. 

1. Amasa C.' Kimball. 1865- 1902. 

2. Frank D.' Kimball, b. 1867. 

3. DanielC.-' Kimball, b. 1869; m. E.McMachen, 
1902. * 

4. William J.^ Kimball, b. 187 1; d. by drown- 
ing, 1896. 

5. Nellie M' Kimball, b. 1872. 

6. Mary E.' Kimball, b. 1874. 

7. Charles A.' Kimball, b. 1880. 



16 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXXXII. 

Samuel A/ Kimball. (Marietta^ ) § 78. 
b. 1845; 1. 1909, Parker, So. Dakota. Left home at 
8 years of age and later came to Utica, N. Y., to live 
with his uncle, Rev. Samuel M.' Campbell. Fought, 
and was wounded in both legs hy one shot, in the 
Union cause. Married, 1867, Anna M. Barker, who 
died in 1887; married 2nd, 1888, Alice S. Dewey. 

1. Angie C.^ Kimball, b. 1870; 1. Winnebago, 
Wis. 

2. Lucius M.'* Kimball, b. 1874; 1. 1904, 239 W. 
67 St., N. Y. City; one ch. in 1904. 

3. Etta A.' Kimball. 1877-1877. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 117 



SECTION LXXXIII. 

Minor C.^ Kimball. (Marietta.' ) § 78. 
b. 1846; m. Ella M. Gloyd, 1876; d. 1882. He was a 
physician of Woodhull, Steuben Co., N. Y. 

1. Minor G/ Kimball, b. 1877. 

2. Howard^ Kimball, b. 1880; 1. 1904, with his 
widowed mother at Elmira, N. Y. 



SECTION LXXXIV. 

Ella^ Duvall. (Marietta' ) § 78. 
m. Eugene Wood worth; 1. 1904, Cortland, N. Y. Six 
children, one or two married. 



118 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXXXV 

Emma® Duvall. (Marietta' ) § 78. 
m. WiUiam Worden; 1, 1904; Monterey, Yates C, N 
Y.; widow. 

1. James^ Worden. 

2. Delbert'' Worden. 

3. Callista" Worden. , 

4. Marietta" Worden. 

5. William'^ Worden. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 119 



SECTION LXXXVT. 

Fidelia' Campbell. (Minor" ) § 77. 
b. 1819; m. Lucius M. Badger, (b. 1817;) I. Elmira, 
N. Y.; d. 1863. 

1. Miles' Badger, b. 1848; m. ist unknown; m. 
2d, Mary Elizabeth Presnell; d. 1882. 

a. Ida" Badger, ni. Flanders and had 5 chil- 
dren; then m. Lathrope; 1. 1903, Omaha, Neb. 

b. Miles' Badger. 

c. Pearr Badger. 

d. Edith" Badger. 

e. Amelia" Badger, b. 1883; 1. McAlester, 
Ind.Ter. 

Note: The widow of Miles' Badger married Lit- 
ten, and 1. 1903, McAlester, Ind. Ter. 

2. H. Ida' Badger, b. 1849; unm. : 1. Elmira, 
N. Y.; d. 1902. 

3. William' Badger, b. 1854; 1. 1903, Willard, 
N. Y. 

4. Minor Campbell' Badger, b. 1858- § 87. 

5. Lucius Franklin' Badger, b. 1863. § ^8. 



120 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION LXXXVII. 

Minor Campbell' Badger. (Fidelia/ ) § 86. 
1858; m. Albro, 1882; 1. 1909, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Walter Lucius' Badger, b. 1886. 

Grace Rose' Badger, b. 1890. 

3. Donald Minor' Badger, b. 1894. 

4. Percy Albro ' Badger, b. 1896. 

5. (Another son.) 



SECTION LXXXVIII. 

Rev. Lucius F.^ Badger. (Fidelia' ) § 86. 
b. 1863; m. 1888, Libbie A. Bogardus; 1 1909, Man 
kato, Minn. 

1. Austin' Badger, b. 1890. 

2. Angeline' Badger, b. 1891. 

3. Lucius Franklin' Badger, Jr. b. 1893. 

4. Elizabeth' Badger, b. 1894. 

5. Dorothy' Badger, b. 1897. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENEAL OG Y 121 



SECTION LXXXIX 

Harriet" Campbell. (Minor." ) § 77. 
111. Henr}^ Moffatt: 1. Poysippi, Wis.; d. about 1898. 

1. Fidelia- Moffatt. § 90. 

2. Louisa" MoflFatt. m. John Mathews, 
a. Hattie" Mathews. 

3. John' Moffatt. m. 

a. John Stewart" Moffatt. 

4. Francis Minor^ Moffatt. 

5. Henry L.' Moffatt. 

a. Fannie' Moffatt. 

6. Mannin^^ Moffatt. 
a Wylie" Moffatt. 

b. Byron" Moffatt. 

c. Warren" Moffatt. 



132 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

SECTION XC. 

(Harriet' ) § 89. 



Fidelia- Moffattt. 


. H. 


Miracle. 


I 


Frankifc" Miracle 


2 


Pearl'' Miracle. 


3 


Hiram-' Miracle. 


4 


Guy' Miracle. 


5 


Ada' Miracle. 


6 


Beir' Miracle. 


7 


Ro}'' Miracle. 



SECTION XCI. 

Francis Minor' Moffatt. (Harriet" ) § 89. 

1. Francis' Moffatt. 

2. Lawrence' Moffatt. 

3. Lay ton' Moffatt. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



123 



SECTION XCII. 

Rev. Samuel Minor^ Campbell, D.D. (Minor'' ) 
§ 77. b. June I, 1823, at (^anipbell, Steuben Co., N. Y.; 
m. 1845, Sophia Louisa Burton, Prattsburg, Steuben 
Co., N. Y.; m. 2d, Mrs. Mary B. Lawrence Judson, 
Prattsburg N. Y.; d. Nov. 17, 1892, at Minneapolis, 
Minn ; int., Campbell, N. Y. 




I. Harriet Electa* Campbell, b. Painted Post, 
N. Y., July I, 1846; unm.; d. July 12, 1873, Rochester, 
N. Y.; int. Campbell, N. Y. A young lady of extra- 



124 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

ordinary qualities of mind and heart, and possessed of 
rare musical ability. 

2. Charles' Campbell. § 93. b. Forestport, N. 
Y., Jan. 7, 1850. 

3. Frederic' Campbell. § 96. b. Paris, N. Y., 
Jan. 17, 1857. 

4. Edward Franklin' Campbell. § 98. b. Utica, 
N. Y., Dec. 30, i860. 

Note: Samuel Minor' Campbell was born in a 
double log house, on the west bank of the Conhocton 
River, standing 20 rods back of the highwa}^ some 
three miles below the present village of Campbell. As 
a boy, he used to mount the blue chest in the kitchen 
and preach to his sisters on the Lord's Prayer. Very 
early attended school and Sunday School at a log 
school house near the end of the lane which led from 
the highway to his home. Said to have learned to 
read before three years old. Lived four years in that 
house. Second residence was also on west bank of 
Conhocton River, the house a superior one for that 
day and region. The highvva\ passed in front, then 
the river, beyond which was Gulp's Hill, named from 
an Indian Chief buried on it. In 1834, March 20, the 
great tornado swept across the country; forests were 
levelled, the roof was carried off, all windows broken, 
the door panels shattered, but no one hurt. In 1835, 
sent to school to his father's cousin. Rev. Moses*^ 
Hunter, at Almond, Alleghany Co., N. Y., and began 
Latin and Algebra- He records a determination to 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 125 

> 
serve God a year or so later. In 1838, he went to his 
brother Franklin, at Black Rock, near Buffalo; work- 
ed in stores in and near Buffalo for five months. Then 
spent 13 months in Gates' store and post office at Mud 
Creek, now Savona, four miles from Campbell. He 
joined the church at 17. October, 1842, he began 
teaching at Town lyine school, between Addison and 
Cameron; in 1843 he began study for the ministry 
under Rev. L. Hamilton of Campbell; the same year 
he entered Franklin Academy, Prattsburg, N. Y , 
teaching in Campbell the winters before and after. In 
1844 he gave the salutatory oration in Prattsburg, on 
the same platform with the afterward distinguished 
pastor of Old South Church, Boston, J. M. Manning, 
of Greenwood, Steuben Co. 

Samuel Minor" Campbell married, Sept. 18, 1845, 
Sophia Louisa Burton, the ceremony being performed 
by Rev. B. C. Smith, at Prattsburg, Steuben Co., N. 
Y He taught school at Painted Post, Steuben Co., 
where his first child was born. Entered Auburn 
Theological Seminary in 1846; graduated 1849 His 
pastorates wtre as follows: Alder Creek and Remsen. 
Oneida Co., N. Y., 1849; Congregational Church, 
Paris Hill, Oneida Co., N. Y., 1850-57; Presbyterian 
Church, Dansville, Livingston Co., N. Y., 1857-8; 
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Utica, N. Y., 1858- 
1866; Central Presbyterian Church, Rochester N. Y., 
1866-1881; First Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1881-89; Presbyterian Church, Astoria, Oregon, 



126 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

1889-90; other brief pastorates following in Montecito, 
Cal., and Fort Dodge, la., where his health finally 
failed. 

Rev. Samuel Minor' Campbell received the honor- 
ary degrees of A.M. and D.D. from Hamilton College. 
He published "Across the Desert," a life of Moses, in 
1872; "The Story of Creation," 1877. He was a del- 
egate to the first Pan-Presbyterian Council, in Edin- 
burgh, Scotland, 1877. Travelled to Europe, Egypt 
and the Holy Eand in 1872, and with his two younger 
sons in Europe in 1877, He built the home, now No. 
14 Atkinson St., Rochester, N. Y.. and occupied it 
from 1868 to 1881. He planted the elm tree in front 
of it in 1876, having raised it from a sprout which he 
found growing on the premises from seed, and named 
it "Centennial Elm;" at present writing this tree is as 
tall as the tower of the dwelling. He died in Minne- 
apolis, Minn., Nov. 17, 1892; the funeral was held 
Sunday, Nov. 20, in the First Presbyterian Church, 
which had been built during his ministry; the burial 
took place at Campbell, N. Y., Nov. 23. Dr. Campbell 
was regarded as a man of exceptionally bright intel- 
lect, warm sympathies and superior powers as a pub- 
lic speaker; his genial disposition attached to -him 
hosts of friends, and contributed greatly to the mark- 
ed succestB of his life-work. 

Sophia Eouisa Campbell, first wife of Rev. Samuel 
M.' Campbell, mother of all his children, was born 
in Clayville, town of Paris, Oneida Co , N. Y., May 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 127 

21, 1826; her parents were Deacon Gilbert E. Bur- 
ton and Fanny K. Hopkins, his wife, both pious 
people. Gilbert E. Burton's father was Salisbury 
Burton. His sister married a A^an Tine and had chil- 
di en. There were also other sisters. On his mother's 
side Sophia Louisa Burton Campbell's ancf story is of 
the Hopkins line, the same family as that from which 
President Mark Hopkins sprang, and tracing back 
with large certainty to Stephen Hopkins of the May- 
flower. Sophia Louisa Burton Campbell had two 
brothers, Edward S and Marshall G. Burton, and one 
sister Electa Ann, who married George W. Preston, 
of Corning, N. Y. The fir.st and eldest of these, at 
the age of 86, is in 1909, still living and in excellent 
health. Sophia Louisa Burton died in Dr. A. B. 
Smith's Hygienic Institute, Geneva, N. Y., April 11, 
1877. She was a woman of devout spirit and mild and 
lovable disposition, faithful to her home and family, 
and useful in her husband's churches. Her early life 
was mostly spent in Prattsburg, Steuben Co., N. Y., 
where numerous relatives of the Hopkins line still live. 



12S 



ROnrRT CAMPBELL GENLiALOCY 




Edward S. Hurton. 1909, aged 8h. 

Survivor of Coinniodore Biddies U. S. Expedition to 

Japan, 1846. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 129 



SECTION XCIII. 

Charles' Campbell. (Samuel M.' ) § 92. 
b. Forestport, Oneida Co., N. Y., Jan. 7, 1850; m. 
Jean Montgomer}-, of Denver, Col.; address, 1909, 
529 East 5th St , Los Angeles, Cal. 

1. Harriet Louisa" Campbell. §94 b. 1877; 
m. Alfred E. Adams. 

2. Marie Montgomery'' Campbell. §95. b. 1878: 
m. Chas. C. McMann. 

Note: Charles' Campbell, at 13 years of age, work- 
ed for a time for Nathan Hough, at Forestport, N. Y., 
in a general store, mill and post office; he later attend- 
ed Oneida Seminary, where his sister taught Later 
he was assistant cashier and book keeper in the Roch- 
ester Gas Works. At 21 he established, in Denver, 
Col., the laundry firm of Campbell and Higbie. 
Later he was in business in Rochester, Denver and 
Minneapolis. He then settled in California, where he 
has been since about 1884, connected chiefly with the 
tea trade. In 1905 he established a tea and coffee busi- 
ness for himself, in Los Angeles, whose office is at the 
address given above. 



130 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XCIV. 

■ Harriet Louisa"' Campbell (Charles' ) § 93. 
b Rochester, N. Y., June 10, 1877; m. Alfred E. 
Adams, of Boston Mass.; 1. 1909, 3845 Denker Ave., 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

I. Charles Eben^'^ Adams, b. May 9, 1902. 



SECTION XCV. 

Marie Montgomery^ Campbell. (Charles* )§ 93. 
b. June 30, 1878; m. Charles C. McMann, 1903; 1. 1909, 
147 W. 105 St., N. Y. 

1. Amanda^*' McMann. b. Dec. 25, 1904; d. Sept. 
9, 1905. 

2. Joseph Harry ^'^ McMann. b. Jul}^ 9, 1906. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENEAL OG Y 



131 



SECTION XCVI. 

Rev. Frederic^ Campbell. (Samuel M." ) § 92. 
















m^ 



132 ROBERT CAM t'h ELL GENEALOGY 

b. Palis, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1857; m. Auburn, N. Y., 
Sept. 15, 1880, Mary B. Knight; 1. 1909 Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

I. Donald Argyll' Campbell. § 97. b. May 8, 
1884. 

Note: Frederic" Campbell was educated in the 
public schools al Utica and Rochester, N. Y. ; gradu- 
ated from Rochester Free Academy, 1872; took addi- 
tional studies and music; became organist of Third 
Presbyterian Church of Rochester at 15 years of age, 
with $200 salary; afterward was organist of St. Paul's 
Church, Rochester, 1873-4, Pi inceton College, 1874-7, 
First and Central Presbyterian Churches, Rochester, 
1877-8, and First Presbyterian Church, Auburn, N. Y. 
1879. Entered Rochester University, 1873, and 
Princeton College, 1874, graduating 7th honorman of 
his class of 108 members, in 1877; Rochester Theo- 
logical Seminary 1877-8; Auburn Theological Semi- 
nary, 1878-80. Held Presbyterian pastorates as follows: 
Painted Post, N. Y., 1880 3; Boonville, N. Y., 1884-7; 
Roxbury, Boston, Mass., 1887-90; Jefferson Park 
Church, Chicago, 111., 1890-96; Lowville, N. Y., 1896- 
99; Westminster Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1899- 1908. 
Made a special study of Astronomy, writing and lec- 
turing often, and for this received the degree of Doc- 
tor of Science in 1902. Vice-President till April 26, 
1907, then President, of the Department of Astronomy, 
Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. A frequent 
contributor to the religious and secular press. Regu- 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 133 

lar astronomical writer for the Brooklyn Eagle for 
seven and a half years. Twice Moderator of Brooklyn 
Presbytery, and its Stated Clerk since February, 1904. 
Elected member of the Presbyterian Board of Church 
Erection, 1906. Elected member of the Council of 
the Brooklyn Institute, 1906. He is the compiler of 
this Genealogy of the Camp])ell family. Mary B. 
Knight, wife of Rev. Frederic' Campbell, is daughter 
of the late Charles Milton Knight and Augusta Belden 
Isbell. Charles Milton Knight vva^ son of Quartus 
Knight and Nancy, daughter of Rev. Dr. Levi Par- 
sons of Marcellus, N. Y. Augusta Belden Isbell was 
daughter of Charles Bela Isbell and Harriet Belden 
Woodruff. 



134 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION XCVII. 

Donald Argyll' Campbell. (Frederic** ) § 96. 
b. Boonville, N. Y., May 8, 1884. Graduated from 
Cornell University, 1908; mtmbtr of the Kappa Alpha 
fraternity in that Institution; 1. 19C9, Rochester, N. 
Y. ; in the office of Hubbs and Hastings, paper and 
twine, 44 Cortland St. His middle name was given in 
honor of the late Duke of Arg>]l, (b. 1823,) from 
whom an autograph letter was received, acknowledg- 
ing the same. 



/ 



SECTION XCVIII. 

Edward Franklin^ Campbell. (Samuel M' )§92 
b. 26 Lansing St., Utica, N. Y., Dec. 30, i860; m. 
Bertha Cooper, Portland, Oregon; 1. Eos Angeles, Cal., 
and, in 1909, Eondon, England; artist, singer, author 
and business man. 

1. Irene'' Campbell, b. 1892; deceased in infancy. 

2. Constance^ Campbell, b. 1892; deceastd in 
infancy. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 13f 



SECTION XCIX. 

Rachel' Campbell. (Robert ' ) § 6i. 
b. Feb. 1782; m. Asa Mulliken, (who died at Camp- 
bell, N. Y., 1818,) 1805; d. Battle Creek, Mich., 1859. 

1. Lucy" Mulliken. § 100 b. 1808; d. 1868. 

2. Henrietta' Mulliken. m. Bradford" Campbell, 
1824; d. 1879. For her descendants, see Bradford" 
Campbell, § 130. 

3. Albert' Mulliken. § loi. b. 1806. 
4 Leonard' Mulliken. 

5. Henry' Mulliken. 



136 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION C. 

Lucy" Mulliken. (Rachel" ) § 99. 
b. Campbell, N.Y. 1808; m. 1831, Fisher Cunimiiigs, 
at Campbell, N. Y.; and d. Battle Creek, Mich., 1868. 

1. Margaret' Cummings. b. Plymouth, Mich., 
1832; m. Rev. A A. Dunton, 1851; d. Hillside, Mich., 
1868. 

a. Eddy Burton'' Dunton [859-1862. 

b. Evelyn" Dunton. 1868- 1869. 

c. Allison F." Dunton. 1856-1873. 

d. Alton Cummings" Dunton. b. 1858; m. 
188 1 ; 1. Battle Creek, Mich., the home of the widow 
in 1907; d. 1898. 

(I) Earl A.^" Dunton. b. 1884. 

(II) Eeo A.'" Dunton. b. 1891. 

(III) Wayne A.'" Dunton. b. 1894. 

e. Alfred A.'" Dunton, Jr. b. 1854, m. 1882; 
1. 1907, Kansas City, Mo.; no ch. 

f. Gary Winslow" Dunton. b. 1862; m. 1893; 
1. 1907, Manistique, Mich.; no ch. 

g. Maggie B." Dunton. b. 1865; m. 1892, L. 
E. Anderson; 1. 1907, West Point, Pa. 

2. Sarah' Cummings. b. Plymouth, Mich , 1834; 
m. Isaac Mills, 1853; 1. 1904, at 3910 Lake Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

a. Kate' Mills, m. Thomas Knox; 1. Battle 
Creek, Mich. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 137 

3. Rachel- Cummings. b. 1836; m. Rev. Geo. H 
Hickox, 1856; d. 1864, Leroy, Mich. One son dead. 

4. Elizubeth' Cummings. b. 1838; m. Julius 
Squier, 1867; 1. 1907, Jackson, Mich. 

a. Arthur K.^ Squier. 1. 1904, Duluth, Minn. 

5. Eliza- Cummings. b. 1838; m. 1865, Rev. 
Geo. H. Hickox, whose first wife was her sister; 1. 
1904, at 909 Francis St., Jackson, Mich. 

Note: The last two were twin sisters. 



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138 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CI. 

Albert" Mulliken. (Rachel" Campbell.) § 99. 
b. CampbtU, N. Y., i8n6; m. Sarah Cook, 1829, and 
her sister, Susan Cook, 1835, daughters of Samuel and 
Eliza Cook, who came to Campbell from Canisteo, 
Steuben Co , N. Y. Note: There must be affinity 
of spirit between the Campbells and Cooks; Section 16 
records the marriage of three Campbell brothers to 
three Cook sisters in a peculiar way; here vvc have 
again two Cook sisters marrying one Campbell descen- 
dant. 

William- Mulliken. § 102. 

2. Francis G. ■ Mulliken. § 103. 

3. Sarah* Mulliken. b. Steuben Co., N. Y., 1834; 
unm.; d. Champaign, 111., 1890. 

4. Clarence* Mulliken. b. Steuben Co., 1839; 
unm.; in civil war; d. 1861, Otterville, Mo. 

5. Edmund F.* Mulliken. § 104. 

6. Herbert* Mulliken. § 105. 

7. Helen* Mulliken. § 107. 

8. John Wallace* Mulliken. § 108. 

Note: Herbert and Helen are twins. In June, 
1855, Albert' Mulliken and his family, as above, 
moved to West Urbana, near Champaign, 111. Head- 
stones in Stillwater, N. Y., beside old "yellow meet- 
ing house," show death of Isaac Mulliken, 1850, and 
Mary Mulliken, i860. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 139 



SECTION CII. 

William' Mulliken. (Albert' ) § loi. 
b. Campbell, N. Y., 1830; m. Sarah Cortelyou, 1859: 
d. Minneapolis, Minn., 1883; funeral by Rev. Samuel 
M.' Campbell. Civil engineer by profession. 

I. Ida' Mulliken. unm. 1904. Professional nurse. 



SECTION CIII. 

Francis Granger' Mulliken. (Albert' ) § loi. 
b. 1832, Steuben Co., N. Y.; 1. 1904, Duluth, Minn.^ 
m. 1857, Victoria C. Howse, (who died 1902, at Brook 
lyn;) int. Champaign, 111. 

1. William" Mulliken. 1859-1861. 

2. Mary" Mulliken. b. Champaign, 111., 1S60; 
m. 1883, William P. Heimbach; 1. 1904, Duluth, Minn. 

a. Gladys Mildred'" Heimbach. b. 1884. 

b. William P.'" Heimbach, Jr.. b. 1888. 

c. Carlisle M.'" Heimbach. b. 1890. 

3. Mildred' Mulliken. m. N. O. Fanning, con- 
nected with the Brooklyn Eagle, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 1. 
1904, East 19th St. and Av. K. Brooklyn, N. Y. 



140 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CIV. 

Edmund Fanton^ Mulliken. (Albert' ) § loi, 
b. Steuben Co., N. Y., 1841 ; m. 1866, Margaret Kerr 
Murray, at Edgefield, Tenn.; soldier in civil war; d. 
1900, Washington, D. C; widow living, in 1904, in 
California. 

I. MyraO'Neiir MuUiken. b. 1867, Champaign, 
111.; d. 1900, Archer, Fla. Known on the operatic 
stage as "Myra Morella." 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENE A L OGY 141 



SECTION CV. 

Herbert^ Mulliken. (Albert' ) § loi. 
b. Campbell, N. Y., 1843; m. 1868, Champaign, 111., 
Juniata C. Pierce, (who died 1872;) m. 2d, Margaret 
Blackburn, at Champaign, 111., 1873; d. at Chicago, 
1898. 

1. Clarence E." Mulliken. § 106. b. 1869; 1. 
1904, Champaign, 111.; R. R. Engineer. 

2. Genevieve^ Mulliken. b. 1870; unm.; d. Chi- 
cago, 111., 1899. 

3. Frederick'' Mulliken. 1874- 1875. 

4. Willliam Earle^ Mulliken. b. 1879; in 1904 a 
student in University of California, Berkeley. 

5. Charles^ Mulliken. b. Champaign, 111., 1880; 
1. 1904, Grand Rapids, Mich.; in railroad auditor's 
office; m. 1903, Elizabeth Reu. 

6. Annett'' Mulliken. b. Michigan, 1884; m. 
1903, Peter Voss, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

7. Helen'' Mulliken. b. 1886; unm.; d. 1901. 
Note: Margaret Blackburn Mulliken, widow of 

above, lives at Grand Rapids, Mich., 1904. 



142 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CVI. 

Clarence E.' Mulliken. (Herbert* ) § 105. 
b. 1869; m. 1895, Pearl I^ewis, Grand Rapids, Mich.; 
1. Champaign, 111. 

1. George Lewis^*' Mulliken. b. 1896. 

2. Juniata^" Mulliken. b. 1897; now the adopt 
ed daughter of John Wallace^ Mulliken. § 108. 



SECTION CVII. 

Helen^ Mulliken. (Albert' ) §101. 
b. Campbell, N. Y , 1843; m. James C. Wright, 1869. 

1. Mary C.'^ Wright b. 1871; unm.; 1. 1904, 
Champaign, 111. 

2. John' Wright. 1878- 1880. 

3. James S.'' Wright, b. 1880; naval seaman, 
S. S. "Alabama," 1904. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 143 



SECTION CVIII. 

John Wallace' Mulliken. (Albert' ) § loi. 
b. Campbell, N. Y., 1849; m. 1876, Josephine M. Dan- 
forth. 

I. Albert Danforth' Mulliken. b. Champaign, 
111., 1878; 1. 1909, Champaign; lawyer. 

2 Phoebe L.'' Mulliken. b. Champaign, 111., 
1885; m. Ellsworth P. Storey; 1. 1909, Seattle, Wash, 
a. Eunice^ ^' Storey b. July 13. 1905. 
Note : The above John Wallace Mulliken is in 1909 
of Walker and Mulliken, furniture dealers, Champaign, 
111. He has, as adopted daughter, Juniata^" Mulli- 
ken, his greatniece; § 106. 



144 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CIX. 

Tamer' Campbell. (Robert' ) § 6i. 
b. StilUvater, N. Y.. Mar. 29, 1786; m. Solomon'' 
Campbell, Jr.. her cousin, March 11, 1804; children all 
born at Painted Post, N. Y., except the last, at Roches- 
ter, N. Y. ; in 1839 she was living in Illinois; d. March 
17, 1862; int. Jerseyville, III. § 135. 

1. Alexander Hamilton^ Campbell, b. Dec. 21, 
1804; d. 1832; unm. Indians to whom he had minis- 
tered gathered in yard for his funeral. 

2. Charlotte^ Campbell. 1806- 1807. 

3. Dugald Cameron' Campbell. 1808- 1865. §1 10. 

4. Fanny' Campbell. 18 11 1839. §111. 

5. Mary' Campbell. 1813 181 5. 

6. Archy' Campbell. 1816 1885. § 112. 

7. Helen Ann' Campbell. 1821-1851. § 113. 

8. John" Campbell. 1818-1906. § 114. 

9. Sarah Cornelia' Campbell. 1823-1875. § 115. 
10. Caroline' Campbell. 1828- § 116. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 145 



SECTION ex. 

DuGALD Cameron' Campbell. (Solomon " and 
Tamer"^ ) § 109 b. 1808; m. ist, Sarah Carpenter; m. 
2nd, Malvina Seymour; his children were b}- the sec- 
ond marriage; 1. near Beloit, Wis.; d. 1865. 

Note: The two daughters of Dugald Cameron 
Campbell being left orphans, were brought up by their 
aunt, Mrs. Caroline' Campbell Snelling, and with one 
of them she lives in 1907. 

1. Estella' Campbell, b- 1856; m. George Mar- 
kee; 1. 1907, Forest Grove, Oregon. 

a. Lovell A.' Markee. b. 1882. 

b. Merl C Markee. b. 1885. 

c. Archie S. " Markee. b. 1888. 

d. Glenn (^ampbell" Markee. b. 1890. 

e. Luella- Markee. b. 1892. 

2. Callie^' Campbell, b. 1862; m. R. K. Mont- 
gomery; noch.; 1. 1909, Albany, Oregon. 



1 46 ROBER T CAMPBELL GENE A LOG V 



SECTION CXI. 

Fanny" Campbell. (Solomon'' & Tamer*' ) § 109. 
b. 181 1; m. Solon Hall; 1. Little Valley, N. Y. ; d. 
Warrenville, 111., 1839. 

1. Hamilton W.' Hall. b. 1837; m. Anna Martin, 
1S64; 1. 1909, 617 Goodrich Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

a. Hamilton Warren" Hall, Jr. b. 1868; d. 
1878. 

b. Edith L.' Hall. b. 1866; m. Dr. H. M. Luf- 
kin, 1889, at Boston, Mass.; 1. 1909, 617 Goodrich 
Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 

(I) Hamilton M.'' Lufkin. b. 1891. 

(II) Bernardine^" Lufkin. b. 1896. 

(III) Daniel HalL" Lufkin. b. 1898. 

(IV) Charles Dexter'" Lufkin. b. 1902. 

(V) (Fifth child,) b. 1906. 

2. Mary Ann' Hall. b. 1824; m. William Beck- 
with, 1874; d. 1885; no ch. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 147 



SECTION CXII. 

Archy' Campbell. (Solomon' «& Tamer'" ) § 109. 
b. May 6, 1816; m. ist, Eliza Buchtel, 1845; m. 2iid, 
Matilda Hewitt, 1855; d. Nov. 25, 1885, at Grove 
Springs, N. Y. Of the children, Fanny alone was by 
the first marriage; his second wife was his second 
cousin. 

1 Fanny A.' Campbell, b. 1848; m. Hunt, 1872, 
1. Leadville, Col.; d. 1895. 

a. Howard Clifton" Hunt. b. 1876; 1. 1905, 
Denver, Col. 

b. Archie Campbell" Hunt. b. 1882; 1. 1905, 
Chicago, 111. 

2. Henry H.' Campbell, b. 1857; m. Katherine 
Dunning; 1. 1905, Cheney, Kansas: d. 1906. 

a. Robert Dunning" Campbell, b. 1891. 

b. Fannie" Campbell, b. 1893. 

3. Clara Bell' Campbell, b. 1866; m. Prof. Dan- 
iel R. Martin, in Trinity Church, Boston, Mass., Rev. 
Dr. Phillips Brooks officiating, 1888; 1. 1909, 12,120 
Butler St., Chicago, 111. 

a. Harold Campbell" Martin, b. 1889; d. 1903. 

b. Robert Bass" Martin, b. 1891; d. 1903. 
Note: The above two boys perished in the Iro- 
quois Theatre fire, Chicago, 111., Dec. 30 1903, in which 
disaster 590 lives were lost. 

c. Katherine" Martin, b. Dec. 1904. 



148 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

4. Ruth H.' Campbell, b. 1863; m. Francis H. 
Denmau, 1893; 1. 1909, Anness, Kansas 

a. Richard Tompkins^ Denman. b. 1895. 

b. Archa CanipbelF Denman. b. 1899. 



SECTION CXIII. 

Helen Ann' Campbell. (Solomon'' & Tamer- ) 
§ 109. b. 1821; m. John Van Der Bogart; d. 1851 at 
Urbana, 111. 

1. Jane* Van Der Bogart. m. Jesse Updyke; d. 
Jerseyville, 111. 

a. Frank" Updyke. 

2. Hamilton" Van Der Bogart. d. young. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 149 



SECTION CXIV. 

John" Campbell. (Solomon"^ & Tamer" ) § 109. 
b. i8i8;l. 1904, Vernonia, Oregon; m. Julia Wadhams; 
m. 2nd. Mrs. Welch; d. 1906. 

1. Carrie^ Campbell, m. Blakely;l. 1907. Port- 
land, Oregon, 270 Sixth St. 

2. Mary Tamer^ Campbell. 

3. Anne" Campbell, m. Fitzgerald; 1. Los Ange- 
les, Cal. 

4. Sally* Campbell, m. Braden;l. 1904, Stockton, 
Cal. This is Sarah. 

5. Sidney* Campbell. 1. 1904, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Notk: John' Campbell had Carrie* and Mar}^ 

Tamer,* as above, by first wife, and three sons who 
died. By second wife he had Anne,* Sally,* Sid- 
ney,* and another daughter and son who died. 



150 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXV. 

Sarah Cornelia^ Campbell. (Solomon'' & 
Tamer' ) § 109. b. Painted Post, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1823: 
d. July 26, 1875; m. Sept. 14, 1842, A. W. Warren, 
at Warrensville, 111. 

1. Alice Bryant- Warren. 1843- 1849. 

2. Alburn Wallace' Warren, b. Charlotte Cen- 
ter, N. Y., Jan. 20, 1848; m. Chicago, 111., 1869, Ida 
Hartwell; 3 ch. born, one living in 1903; d. Rockford, 
111., 1906. 

3. Alice C.^ Warren, b. 1850; m. 1867, John C. 
Anderson; 1- 1906, 508 Peach St., Rockford, 111.; she 
was born in Charlotte Centre, Chautauqua, Co., N. Y.; 
d. 1908. 

a. Mollie W.^ Anderson, b. 1869. 

4. Albert Holmes' Warren, b. W. Urbana, 111., 
1856; d. i860. 

5. A. E.' Warren, b. 1858; 1. 1903, Olathe, Kan. 
m. Jessie B. Mclntyre, 1879; one son d. in infancy. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 151 



SECTION CXVI. 

Caroline" Campbell. (Solomon ■ & Tamer*^ ) 
§ 109. b. 1828; m. Moses P. Snelling; 1. Forest Grove, 
Oregon ; no ch. ; she brought up her nieces, Estella" 
and Callie,- daughters of Dugald Cameron' Campbell; 
1. 1907, with her niece, Mrs. Estella Campbell Markee, 
at Forest Grove, Oregon. 



152 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXVII. 

Lucy"" Campbell. (Robert' ) § 6i. 
b. Stillwater, N. Y., May 5, 1791; m. 1815, Deacon 
George Teeple; 1. Camp])ell, N. Y.; d. Oct. 1883. 

1. Solomon' Teeple. § ir8. 

2. Joshua H." Teeple. § 119. 

3. Catherine" Teeple. § 120. 

4. John' Teeple § 121. 

5. Ruth" Teeple. § 122. 

Note: The above Deacon George Teeple was born 
1790, in Pennsylvania, and died, 1875, in Campbell, 
N. Y. He was a long honored elder in the Presby- 
terian church at Campbell; he and his wife occupied a 
cottage next above John D. Hamilton's home, near 
the street, with crab-apple trees in front of it They 
long had living with them, an old female ex -slave, 
known only as "Gin," a peculiar character, with ver}^ 
marked facial features. Old Stillwater church record 
says: "J^b' 3> 1791. Lucy, daughter to the Rev. Rob- 
ert Campbell, and Esther his wife, baptized by him- 
self. " 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 153 



SECTION CXVIII. 

Solomon J." Teeple. (Lucy'^ ) § 117. 
b. 1818; m. 1842, Emily Cook; 1. Campbell, N. Y.; d. 
1865. Here we have another Cook marriage; § 16, etc. 

1. Temperance^ Teeple. 1846- 1853. 

2. Frank' Teeple. d. in infancy. 

3. Harriet' Teeple. 1857-1863. 



154 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXIX. 

Joshua H.' Teeple. (Lucy" ) § 117. 
b. June 6, 1823; m. Huldah Robbins, 1853; d 1886; 1. 
Cooper's, Steuben Co., N. Y. 

1. George- Teeple. 1. 1904, Addison, N. Y. 

a. Clara'' Teeple. 

b. (One son.) 

2. Archie^ Teeple. m.; 1. in California, 1904; 
no ch. 

3. Clara" Teeple. m. Byron Runner; 1. 1909, 
Campbell, N. Y. 

a. Silas'' Runner. 

4. Mary^ Teeple. m. Ribble; 1. 1904, Curtis, N.Y. 

a. Clara' Ribble. 

b. Melvin' Ribble. 

c. (Infant daughter in 1904.) 

5. Merritt* Teeple. m., 1904; 1. Binghamton, 
N. Y. 

a. (Infant daughter, 1904.) 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 155 



SECTION CXX. 

Catherines." Teeple. (Lucy/ ) § 117. 
b. 1821; in. Hervey D. Bancroft, 1841; 1. Painted Post, 
N. Y.; d. 1853. Children all born in Painted Post,N.Y. 

1. Francis- Bancroft, b. 1842; m. Austin Wor- 
den; d. Princeton, 111., 1864; one ch. d. in infancy. 

2. Helen^ Bancroft, d. Painted Post, 2omos.old. 

3. Charles^ Bancroft, unm.; d. Galesburg, 111,, 
1901, aged 53. 

4. Sarah L.® Bancroft, b. 1848; unm.; 1. Camp- 
bell, N. v., 1909. 

5. George' Bancroft. 1853-1853. 

Note: This family will entirely expire with 

Sarah" Bancroft. Sarah^ Bancroft and Ruth' Teeple 

Sutherland long made their home together in Gales- 
burg, 111. 



156 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXI. 

JOHN^ Teeple. (lyucy." ) § 117. 
b. 1830; m. Harriet Herbert, 1858; 1. Champaign, 111., 
d, 1871. 

1. Frank W." Teeple. b. 1859; unm., 1904; 1. 
Chicago, 111., in piano business, 1909. 

2. Fred HJ Teeple. b, 1862; m.; 1. 1904, Chica- 
go, 111. ; 3 children. 

3. George L-^ Teeple. b. 1864; unm, 1904; 1. 
Whitewater, Wis. 

4. Harry S.^ Teeple. b. 1868; m. Minnie Free- 
born; 1. 1904, Wellsville, N. Y. ; druggist; no ch. 
1904. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 15^ 



SECTION CXXII. 

Ruth' Teeple. (Lucy- ) § ii7- 
b. 1832; m. 1871, Dr. L. Sutherland, (as his second 
wife,) of Campbell, N. Y.; 1 1904, Galesburg, 111. Dr. 
Sutherland was born, 18 18, and died, 1804 Ruth" 
Teeple taught school many years before her marriage, 
in Centerville, Cooper's, and chiefly Campbell, N. Y. 
After many years' residence in Galesburg, 111., she re- 
turned to Campbell, N. Y., in 1906, to make a new 
home with her niece, Sarah- Bancroft, with whom she 
had made a home in Galesburg. Stricken with para- 
lysis, she died Oct. 17, 1906, and was laid beside her 
in Hope Cemetery, Oct. 20. She was a model woman 
of exceptionally tranquil Christian spirit. She had no 
children. 

Note: The son of the above Dr. L. Sutherland by 
his former marriage is George R. Sutherland, banker, 
of Campbell, N. Y., and 49 Wall St., New York City, 
who by marriage is related to the Campbells not only 
as the stepson of Mrs. Ruth' Teeple Sutherland, but 
also as having for his first wife Louisa Campbell Jud- 
son, named for the first wife of Rev. Samuel M.^ 
Campbell, and whose mother became second wife of 
the same. 



158 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXIII. 

Daniel'' Campbell. (Robert"^ ) § 35. 
b. July 29, 1743; m. Betsy Coe; settled near Manlius, 
or Marcellus, N. Y. The cemetery in Marcellus was, 
in 1908, vainly searched for traces, by the compiler of 
this Genealogy. 

1. Robert' Campbell. Bapt. May 1776. 

2. Ebenezer' Campbell. 

3. Silas' Campbell. 

4. Sylvia' Campbell. 

5. Rebekah' Campbell. Bapt. June 30, 177 1; d. 
Nov. 6, 177 1 . There were one or more other daughters. 

Note: Another Daniel,^ infant brother to the 
above, was b. Mar. 12, 1733, and d. Sept. 11, 1733. 



ROBER T CAMPBEL L GENEAL OG Y 159 



SECTION CXXIV. 

Sarah' Campbell. (Robert^ )§ 35. 
b. Oct. 15, 1745; m. William Frisby ; d. June 22, 1772. 
I. Lewis*' Frisby. 

Note: The Stillwater Church Record says: "June 
the 22 day 1772 then Sarah wife of William Frisbe, 
departed this life im the 27th j^ear of her age." This 
agrees with the statement in the handwriting of her 
father in the old pocket Bible that his daughter Sarah 
died on that date. This should settle the matter that 
it was Sarah, and not Mary who married Frisby, and 
that Mary was the one who married Kennedy. This 
Sarah died too late to make Robert and Hugh Ken- 
nedy half-brothers, that is, born of different mothers, 
as Mrs. Welch says they w^ere: hence Sarah was not 
the wife of Kennedy, but of Frisby. See Section 51. 



160 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXV. 

Solomon'^ Campbell. (Robert/ ) § 35. 
b. June 13. 1749; m. 1771, Sarah Andruss; d. 1823. 
He was called "Captain Sol," and served in the Re- 
volutionary War. He was excluded from the Still- 
water Church for intemperance, Sept. 5, i8ci;the 
same 3xar he removed with his brother Robert' and 
his son Archibald,*^ to Steuben Co., N. Y., and settled 
the towni of Campbell; in 181 1 he sent back to Still- 
water, by the hand of his brother Robeit," a written 
acknowledgment of fault and request for pardon and 
restoration to church standing, which were granted 
him. These things are recorded in the Stillwater 
Church Record. § 61. 

1. Sarah'' Campbell. 1772- 1775. 

2. Mary'' Campbell. 1775-1778. 

3. Archibald'' Campbell. 1777- 1825. § 126. 
4 Solomon'' Campbell. 1779-1854- § 135 

5. Elizabeth'' Campbell. 1781- § 136. 

6. John'' Campbell. 1785- § 137. 

7. Lydia'^ Campbell. 1788-1810. § 138. 

8. Rebecca" Campbell. 1790- 1796. 

9. TertuUus'' Campbell. 1792- 1848. § 139. 
10. Danier Campbell. 1797- No ch. 

Note: Painted Post Lodge of Free Masons, No. 
203, was organized, 1808 with Solomon'^ Campbell as 
Junior Warden; Frederick Stewart, Senior Deacon; 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 161 

and Solomon*' Campbell, Senior Steward. A preced- 
ing Lodge was formed in i8o6 under letter of Dispen- 
sation addressed to Frederick Stewart, Robert Camp- 
bell, Arch Campbell, Solomon Campbell, Sr., and 
others. Solomon' and Archibald^ Campbell were not 
buried in "Hope Cemetery,'* near Campbell Village, 
but in the lower Cemetery, where theirs are the only 
marked graves, and, so far as known, they are the only 
Campbells there. Miss Louisa" Campbell believes this 
due to the fact that they were prominent Masons, and 
that, at this time. Freemasonry was under a cloud in 
Western New York. 



162 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXVI. 

Col. Archibald'^ Campbell. (Solomon^ ) § 125" 
b. Long Island, Feb. 28, 1777; m. Sarah Pierceall, of 
Fishkill, 1797; d. Mar 14, 1825. A colonel of the 
state militia, and served as captain in the War of 18 12, 
being stationed at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. 

I- Solomon A." Campbell. 1800- 1872. § 127. 

2. James' Campbell 

3. Bradford' Campbell. 1803 1861. § 128. 

4. Donna Elvira' Campbell, b. 1807; m. Plyna 
Cobb, at one time an elder in the Presbyterian 
Church of Campbell, N. Y. In 187 1, Frederic* Camp- 
bell, then a lad of 14, worked for his board on the 
farm of Mrs. Cobbs, then a widow. At that time, with 
her nephew, Bradford C." Peck, she attended the 
Presbyterian Church in Painted Post, N. Y , of which 
the same Frederic' Campbell became pastor 'at the 
opening of his ministry in 1880. She was one of the 
organizers of the first Sabbath School in Campbell, 
N. Y. 

5. Polly' Campbell. 1809-1903. § 129. 

6. Sarah Jane' Campbell. 1816-1892. § 130. 

7. George W. ' Campbell. 18 18- 1897. § 132 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 168 



SECTION CXXVII. 
Solomon A.' CampbklIv. Archibald- ) § 126. 
b. 1800; m. ist, Jane Case, (i 806-1862;) m. 2d, Emi- 
line Gamble, 1864; d. 1872. 

1. Elvira* Campbell. 1826-1850; unm ; int. 
Campbell, N. Y. 

2. Jennie* Campbell, b. 1864; m. Fred N. Clis- 
dell, 1887; d. 1898. 

a. Janet^ Clisdell. 1887-1902. 

b. Emiline'' Clisdell. b. 1893; 1. Toronto, Can., 
1909. 



164 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXVIII. 
Bradford' Campbkli.. (Archibald/ ) § 126. 
b. 1803; m. Henrietta' MuUiken, 1824; d. 1861; 1. 
Howell, Mich. The first white child born in Camp- 
bell. 

1. Mary^ Campbell. 1825- 1850; unm. 

2. Lucy'^ Campbell. 1827-183 1. 

3. RacheP Campbell, b. 1832; m. Charles H. 
Carvell, Jr., 1857; d. 1862. 

a. William S.^ Carvell. b. i860; m. 

b. Addie R.' Carvell. b. 1862; m. Geo. Cash- 
ing. 

4. Archy^^ Campbell. 1834- 1857. 

5. Helen Mar^ Campbell, b. 1836; m. Frank 
Erwm, 1858; 1. Painted Post, N. Y.; d. 1900. 

a. Arthur B.^ Erwin. b. 1863; m. Annie Gith- 
ler, 1884; d. Orreville, Ohio, Nov. 2, 1908. 

(I) Kittie^' Erwin b. 1885. 

(II) Francis Jacob^° Erwin. b. 1886. 

b. Sophie H.'' Erwin. b. 1859; unm. 1909; 1. 
Painted Post, N. Y. 

6. George A. ^ Campbell. 1839-1841. 

7. Asa Webster* Campbell. 1843-1845. 
NoTK: Bradford' Campbell and Henrietta^ MuUi- 
ken, his wife, were second cousins, their grandfathers 
brothers, and their great grandfather the same indivi- 
dual; thus: 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 165 

Rev. Robert^ Campbell 

Solomon' Campbell Rev. Robert' Campbell 

Archibald "^ Campbell Rachel' Mulliken 

Bradford' Campbell Henrietta' Mulliken 



SECTION CXXIX. 

Polly' Campbell. (Archibald' ) § 126. 
b. 1809; m. William' Stewart; 1. Campbell, N. Y. ; d. 
1903. 

I. Mary' Stewart, b. 1828; m. Charles Cass; 1. 
Campbell, N. Y.; d. 1906. 

a. Elvira' Cass. b. 1851; m. Wolcott. One 
adopted daughter, Dana Wolcott, graduated from Wad- 
leigh School, 1908; 1. 1909, 536 West 145 St., N. Y. 

b. Solomon A.' Cass. b. 1852; m. Josephine 
Daniels of Bath, N. Y.; d. 1891. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXX. 

Sarah Jane' Campbell. (Archibald'' ) S 126. 
b- Campbell, N. Y., 1816; m. in Michigan, 1835, to 
Abraham Dally Peck, (who was born in N. Y. City, 
1809; d. 1872.) 1. Painted Post, N Y., 1883; d. 1892. 

1. Walter^ Peck, 1837-1854. 

2. Emma A/ Peck. § 131. 

3. Bradford Campbeir Peck. b. 1845; lived with 
Mrs. Elvira' Cobb, his aunt, on her farm, near Coop- 
er's, N. Y.; later, "The Maples," Willard, N. Y., 
where he lives in 1909 An elder in the Presbyterian 
Church of Painted Post, N. Y., ordained in 1871. The 
first one to order this Genealogy. 

4. Thomas R.' Peck. b. Hamburg, Mich., 1843; 
1. Horseheads, N. Y. ; m. Hattie Briggs; d. July, 21, 
1908. 

a. George C Peck. b. 1873. 

b. Jesse B.' Peck. b. 1876. 

c. Walter' Peck. 1889- 1890. 

5. Solomon Andrews^ Peck. 1849- 1851. 

6. George W.^ Peck. 1853-1857. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 167 



SECTION CXXXI. 

Emma A. ^ Peck. (Sarah Jane." ) § 130. 
b. 1841; m. George W. Fritts, 1865; 1. Painted Post, 
N. Y.; d. 1905. 

1. Charles C/ Fritts. b. 1866; m. Harriette E. 
Thomson; 1. Titusville, Pa,, 1909. 

a. Thomas Chandler' ' Fritts. 

b. Emma Antoinette'" Fritts. 

c. George Alexander'" Fritts. 

d. Marjorie"^ Fritts. 

2. Helen C Fritts. b. 1869; 1. Oneonta, N. Y., 
1909. 

3. Jane Peck- Fritts. b. 1873. 

4. Frederick F. ^ Fritts. b. 1877. 



,68 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXXII. 

George W.' Campbell. (Archibald*' ) § 126. 
b. Campbell, N. Y., 1818; m. Elizabeth M. Burrill of 
Fairfield, Maine, 1853; engaged in lumber, farming 
and mercantile business; 1. Campbell, N. Y., and 
Painted Post, supervisor, in both towns; superinten- 
dent of the poor, 1S72-75; member of Board of Educa- 
tion, Campbell; d. June 25, 1897. 

1. Sarah Louise" Campbell, b. Jan. 6, 1857; 1. 
Painted Post, N. Y., 1909; unm. Has helped materi 
ally in compiling this Genealogy. The only person, 
born with the name Campbell, now living in the 
neighborhood of Campbell. N. Y. 

2. Solomon Andrew' Campbell, b. i860. § 133 

3. Archy W.'* Campbell, b. 1863. § [34. 



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George W. Campbell 



ROuERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 169 



SECTION CXXXIII. 

Solomon Andrew* Campbell. (Geo. W." ) § 132. 
b. Mar. 7, i860; 1. 1904, South McAlester, Ind. Ter. ; 
m. Sarah Witter of Oneida. N. Y., 1886: 1. 1909, 128 
Charlesband Road, Newton, Mass. 

1. Archie W.' Campbell, b. 1887. 

2. William Russell' Campbell, b. 1889. 

3. Marion L.*' Campbell, b. 1893. 



SECTION CXXXIV. 

Archie Wilson* Campbell. (Geo. W.' ) § 132. 
b. Sept. 6. 1863; m. Adelaide Whittaker of Dansville, 
N. Y., 1890; 1., 1904, Wellsboro, Penna.; 1. 1908, 
Boston, Mass.; Secretary of the United Druggists' In- 
surance Co. 

1. Donald W.' Camp])ell. b. 1892. 

2. Elizabeth A.' Campbell, b. 1897. 



170 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION CXXXV. 

Solomon^ Campbell, Jr. (Solomon ' ) § 125. 
b. Oct. 30, 1779; m. his cousin Tamer'' Campbell; d. 
1854. He was called "Esquire." He was born in 
Stillwater, N. Y. He once followed the sea, and was 
wrecked in the English Channel. He also ran a boat 
down the Susquehanna River. For the descendants of 
Solomon" Campbell, Jr., see record of the famil}^ of 
Tamer'' Campbell, his wife, Section 109. 

Solomon'' Campbell, Jr., and Tamer" Campbell, his 
his wife were first cousins, their fathers being brothers, 
and their grandfather the same individual; thus. 

Rev. Robert' Campbell 
Solomon' Campbell. Rev. Robert' Campbell, Jr. 
Solomon'' (^ampbell, Jr. Tamer*^ Campbell 

Note: Observe the following table showing three 
intermarriages of kindred: 

Rev. Robert^ Campbell. 
Samuel'' Hunter m. Mary'' Campbell. 
Solomon" Campbell m. Tamer" Campbell 
Bradford' Campbell m. Henrietta'' MuUiken. 
This book records several marriages between kin- 
dred; but in each case the contracting parties are both 
of the same generation. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 171 



SECTION CXXXVI. 

Elizabeth'' Campbell. (Solomon^ ) § 125. 
b. Dec. 20, 1781; m. Abel Spaulding, (1778- 1849); 1. 
and d. in Campbell, N. Y 

1. Sarah Ann' Spaulding. 

2. Girardus Downing" Spaulding. See below. 

3. Melinda" Spaulding. 

4. Emily' Spaulding. 

5. TertuUus^ Spaulding. See below. 

6. Huldah' Spaulding. m. Byron Jaycox; 1. 
Corinth, Mich. 

7. Eliza" Spaulding. b. 1829; m. Wra. Hallock; 
d. 1880; 1. Java, N Y. All the children, excepting 
Girardus., lived in Mich. 

Girardus Downing" Spaulding. 
b. 1804; m. 1832, Mary Bullock(i799-i872); 1. War- 
ner's, N. Y., and south; a contractor; built railroad 
from Ogdensburg to Malone, N. Y.; named for Gir- 
ardus Downing, his aunt's husband; d. 1887. 

1. Horace* Spaulding. b. 1832; m.; d. 

2. Hosea B.** Spaulding. 1834- 1862; unm. 

3. Eliza Delight* Spaulding. b. 1835, Manlius, 
N. Y, ; m. 1861, Maynard Ingoldsby, of Van Buren, 
N. Y.; 1. near Manlius, N. Y., and Syracuse, N. Y., 
where she d. 1904. 

a. Percy Maynard^ Ingoldsby. 1862- 1864. 



172 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 

b. Mary- Ingoldsby. b. 1863; m. George E. 
Crans; 1. 1909, Syracuse, N. Y. ; President of the Wom- 
en's Auxiliary to the Railway Mail Association; no ch. 

c. Zeedie^ Ingoldsby. b. 1867; m. Frederick 
W. Taylor; 1. 1909, Germantown, Pa.; noch. 

d. Walter' Ingoldsby. b. 1871; m. Delia B. 
Smith; 1. 1909, Kansas City, Kas. 

e. Hosea B^ Ingoldsby. 1875-1875. 

f. Morris^ Ingoldsby. 1875- 1875. 

g. Irene M.^ Ingoldsby. b. 1876; m. Howard 
H. Crowell; 1. 1909, Syracuse, N. Y. 

(I) Victoria Horton'' Crowell. b. 1908. 

4. Wallace^ Spaulding. 

5. William W.^ Spaulding. 1837- 1838. 

Tertullus" Spaulding. 
b. 181 1 ; m. 1831, Mary Smith; d. Omro, Oregon, 1891. 

1. Harriet^ Spaulding. b. 1831; m. Birto; 1. 
Ruthven, Iowa. 

2. William** Spaulding. b. 1836; wounded and 
taken prisoner in civil war. 

3. James' Spaulding. b. 1839. 

4. Bradford^ Spaulding. b. 1840. 

5. Charles^ Spaulding. b. 1862. 

6. Mary Eliza^ Spaulding. m. Smith; 1. Inde- 
pendence, Iowa. 

7. Emily Marilla" Spaulding. m. Jones; 1. Hor- 
tonville, Wis. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 173 

8. Sarah Elizabeth' Spaulding. m. Warden; 1. 
New London, Wis. 

9. Martha Jane^ Spaulding. m. Melvin; 1. Nor- 
mal, 111. 



SECTION CXXXVII. 

John' Campbei^l. (Solomon' ) § 125. 
b. Dec. 6, 1785. 

Lived in New York City, and there died. Left one 
daughter, whose name and family history have not 
been learned. 



174 ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 



SECTION cxxxviir. 

Lydia.*^ Campbkll. (Solomon^ ) § 125. 
b. April 3, 1788; m. Noah Niles, (who was b. Colches- 
ter, Conn., 1779, and d. 1840;) d. 1810. 

1. Edward' Niles. b. Prattsburg, N. Y., 1808; 1. 
Dansville, N. Y. ; m. ist, Clarissa Worden, in Penn 
Yan, N. Y., 1829; m. 2d, Martha J. McClmre, at Bath, 
N. Y., 1840; d. Aug. 29, 1865. 

a. Mary- Niles. 1829-1842. 

b. Clarissa* Niles. b. 1837; m. Heman Allen, 
at Dansville, N. Y., 1865; d. 1899. 

c. Lydia Campbell' Niles. 1840- 184c. 

d. Infant, b. 1842. 

e. Caroline Amelia" Niles. b. 1843; m. James 
M. McCurdy, at Dansville, N. Y. 1902. 

f. Charles Edward' Niles. b. 1847; m. Marie 
E. Doud, at Buffalo, N. Y., 1865; d. 1875. 

(I) Edward C Niles. b. 1869. 

(II) Minnie E.' Niles. b. 1871. 

g. Edward* Niles. b. 1849; m. Elsie Ingersoll, 
at Virginia City, Nevada. 

h. Bertha Kate' Niles. b. 1856; m. John Van 
C. Jeffers, at Chicago, 111., 1887; d. 1899. 

i. Fanny Williams* Niles. b. 1859. 

2. Benjamin" Niles. i3io-i8io. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL GENEALOGY 175 



SECTION CXXXIX. 

Tertxti.i.us'^ Campbell. (Solomon' ) § 125. 
b. 1792; 111, Sally Carpenter; 1. and d. at Dansville, N. 
Y.; baptized Dec. 2, 179:; d. about 1848. 

1. Caroline Howell' Campbell, b 1833; m. Rev. 
A. J. Sebring, 1862; the marriage was at the house of 
the distinguished Rev. William Wisner, D. D., an 
uncle of hers by marriage, in Ithaca, N. Y.; 1, 22 
years after marriage in Mellenville, N. Y., then Sau_ 
gerties, N. Y. , d. 1892. 

a. Elbert Arad' Sebring. 1863-1864. 

b. William Campbell* Sebring. b. 1866; m. 
May Moore Elting, 1893, physician; 1. Kingston, N. 
Y., 1904 

(I) Courtney Elting^ Sebring. b. 1895. 

c. Sarah Elizabeth* Sebring. 1 870-1871. 

d. Caroline' Sebring. 1873- 1874. 

2. (A son.) d. at Troy, 4 years of age. 



INDEX. 



Note: The following index refers chiefly to those 
whose names are placed at the heads of sections, and 
the figures refer not to the pages but to the sections. 
In seeking a particular name, if it do not appear in 
this index, then the name of a near ancestor does, 
such as father or grandfather, and through that the 
name sought can be found in the same section. For 
example, any one seeking the record of Fletcher- Camp- 
bell, would find it in the section headed by his grand- 
father, Robert'' Campbell. The names of the men mar- 
ried by the women are also included in this index. 
Adams, Alfred E., ... .94 Campbell, Charles^ i 



Alexander, Joseph 24 

Allen, Ethan, 69 

Avery, John W , 18 

Badger, Rev.I^ucius F.'88 

Lucius M 86 

Minor C ... .87 

Baker, Edey, 64 

Bancroft Hervey D. . 120 
Campbell, 

Agnes^ 24 

Allen'' Dr 16 

Archibald' 126 

Archie W.' 134 

Archy' 112 

Bradford' 128 

Caroline' 116 



Charles' 2 

Charles^ 4 

Charles^ 6 

Charles* 93 

Daniel' 123 

Donald A^ 97 

Dugald C.^ no 

Edward Franklin^ . ..98 

Elizabeth' 53 

Elizabeth' 20 

Elizabeth' 136 

Ephraim' 10 

Esther' 19 

Esther' 65 

Fanny' in 

Fidelia' 86 



Index 

Campbell, 

Frederic* Rev 96 

George W/.. . . 132 

Harriet' 89 

Harriet L ^ 94 

Harvey^ Dr 17 

Helen A.' 113 

Isaac*^ 8 

James^ 32 

James' 15 

James' 5 

James'' 23 

Jean' 12 

Jean' 60 

John' Dr 11 

John' Deacon. 25 

John'' 26 

John*^ 137 

John^ 114 

Joseph' 9 

Louisa^ 18 

Lucy'' 117 



Lydia' 



37 



Lydia*' 67 

Lydia'' 138 

Marie Montgomery'^ 95 

Marietta^ . 78 

Martha' 31 

Mary' 51 

Mary^ 7 

Mary^ 21 



Contmued. 

Campbell, 

Mary'' 62 

Minor^ 77 

Moses' 28 

Moses'' 30 

Patrick'' 29 

Philo" 75 

Polly' 129 

Rachel' 99 

Rebecca" 73 

Robert' 3 

Robert' Rev. 35 

Robert' Rev. Jr., ....61 

Robert" 74 

Ruth" 66 

Samuel' 34 

Samuel Minor' Rev... 92 

Sarah' 13 

Sarah' 124 

Sarah" 22 

Sarah" . . .64 

Sarah C." .......... .1 15 

Sarah Jane' 130 

Solomon' 125 

Solomon" Jr. 135 

Solomon A. ^ . 127 

Solomon A.* 133 

Tamer" 109 

TertuUus" 139 

Wallace F.' 76 

William' ..33 



Index — Continued. 



Capmbell, Winthrop' 27 

Clark, John M.. .72 

Corwin, Sophia" 69 

Cummings, Fisher . . . 100 

Curtis, Daniel 73 

Douglas, Joseph 21 

DuVall, Albert.. 78 

Albert, Jr 80 

Ella« 84 

Emma' 85 

Edmond, Andrew 19 

Frisby, William. 124 

Fritts, George 131 

Gibson, James 31 

Goffe, Robert H. 47 

Hall, Solon. . m 

Hodgman. Clara L'' . . .49 

Clarence E'' 44 

Edward B.' 46 

James H.* 41 

JohnE.- 43 

Eansing D.^ 40 

Leonard. 39 

Lyman B.'' 48 

Mary F.' 47 

Thos. Morey' Rev . .42 

Warren S/ 45 

Houston, Joseph 20 

Hunter, Cecilia' . . 63 

John 36 



Hunter, Samuel^ 62 

Jones, Dudley E. 71 

Kennedy, David 51 

Nancy' 52 

Kimball, Addison 78 

David F.' 81 

Hannah^ 79 

Minor C 83 

Rebecca' 80 

Samuel A.' 82 

Loomis, Jean 60 

Louden, John 12 

McMann, Chas. C 95 

Miracle, H 90 

Moffatt, Fidelia 90 

Francis Minor, ...... 91 

Henry 89 

Montgomery, Elias.. . .67 

Julius' ...68 

Maria^ 70 

Sophia' .69 

Morey, Jeannette' .... 39 

Jonathan 37 

Thomas'^ Deacon .... 38 
MuUiken, Albert' . . loi 

Asa, 99 

Clarence E.^ 106 

Edmund F.' 104 

Francis G.' 103 

Helen' 107 



I N DK Y — Co7i till ued. 

Mulliken, Herbert^ . . T05 William 54 

John W.' .108 Snelling, Moses P ....116 

Lucy^ 100 Spaulding, Elizabeth'' 136 

William' 102 Stewart, Ruth' 66 

Newland, John B 63 William 129 

Niles, Noah 138 Stone, Luther 58 

Noyes, F. E 79 Sutherland, Dr. L. ....122 

Palmer, Roswell 22 Teeple, Catherine S.' 120 

Patrick, John W." ... 59 George 117 

Lydia'^ .58 John^ 121 

Sarah'' 54 Joshua H. " 119 

William. 53 Ruth^ 122 

Peck, Abraham D. ... 130 Solomon J.' 118 

Caroline* 71 Van de Bogart 113 

Emma A.'' 131 Warren, A. W. 115 

John 70 Watson , Elijah 65 

-Lydia- 67 Woodvvorth, Eugene, . .84 

Maria' 72 Worden, William 85 

Nathan 52 Wright, Jas. C. 107 

Pitts, Glenn I. . . . .... .49 Wylie John 13 

Seymour, Eben. ' Rev.. 56 Joseph 7 

Jesse' Deacon 55 Joseph 20 

John' Deacon 57 Joseph*^ 14 






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