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From: Linda Heckerthorn <>
Subject: [Campbell] Fwd: THIS JOHN CAMPBELL MUST HAVE SOME DESCENDANTS
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 08:45:51 -0400
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I ran across a John Campbell in this Virginia Genealogy article c. 1753.

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> From: "Janie Ralls" <>
> Date: June 26, 2009 9:57:23 PM EDT
> To: <>
> Subject: Re: [Campbell] THIS JOHN CAMPBELL MUST HAVE SOME DESCENDANTS
> Reply-To:
>
> This item was published in the Huntsville Magazine that published in 1835.
> It was a fore runner to the probate. court. This John Campbell is a mystery
> because I have a John Campbell, born 1779 in Virginia. He moved from VA to
> TN, then to Madison, then to Jackson County, AL. He married Aney Webster in
> 1819 in Madison County, AL. He had a lot of children with Aney Webster, and
> also other children that was born before 1819 in VA. I do not know her
> name. These Campbells tended to name their children by a naming pattern.
>
> As you probably know, our John Campbell matched DNA 67/67 with Abraham
> Campbell, who was a Campbelite minister. This Abraham is the son of another
> Abraham Campbell. The oldest Abraham Campbell is supposed to be the son of
> Henry and Jane Greenwood Campbell.
>
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