Christine (Campbell) Preston

Christine (Campbell) Preston

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Mrs. Christine M. Preston formerly Campbell
Born 1980s.
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Daughter of [private father (unknown - unknown)] and [private mother (1960s - unknown)]
Mother of [private son (2010s - unknown)] and [private daughter (2010s - unknown)]
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Profile last modified | Created 30 Jul 2011 | Last significant change: 16 Jan 2019
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Categories: Military and War Project Member | Pennsylvania Research Assistance | German Roots | Scottish Clans Project | Pennsylvania Project-Managed | En | De-1 | Ostrander Name Study Team | Ager Name Study.

Christine (Campbell) Preston has German Roots.
Christine (Campbell) Preston has Irish ancestors.
Christine (Campbell) Preston has an interest in Clan Campbell, part of the Scottish Clans Project.
Christine (Campbell) Preston is a part of Pennsylvania History.
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Current Projects Adding profiles for all dated family members in Krabil Book. If there are any they are already created I have been adding if able to or sending it in a message on the profile. Any unlinked sources will be linked by the end of the book and if not will go through and add more to make linked.

Finished: The St John's Cemetery has been photographed all but 4 stones that were heard to read. When I am able to find out who they are I will update accordingly. Plan is to use the foil method to record the data.

Research Assistance I currently work with the Jersey Shore Historical Society please direct any Jersey Shore specific requests to their website listed under the Jersey Shore Category on Wiki Tree. This being said I can also help with Lycoming County Cemetery photos and some family research. I have a copy of the Kraybil book and am working to gather resources for all persons listed in the tree along with the Pine Creek Valley History book. I also have a copy of the A Brion on Every Mountain for the Brion's from Alsace France who migrated to Tioga County, PA. In my list of books not related to my Campbell line is the Robert Campbell book from the southern states I acquired it thinking it was my line but no luck linking them just yet.

I am also working on adding cemeteries from the family onto the Lycoming County Cemetery page please see if there is one and add any names confirmed please. Also if there is a site linked please add this to the person as well as the category. Current profile set up with table : Woodward Township (Emery), Anthony Baptist, Blooming Grove, Brucklacher, Edgewood, Montoursville, Salladasburg, Twin Hills, Webster, Williamsport, - remaining need to be tabled and persons added.

Note: We welcomed Areana Amelia on 5 Apr 2018! I will be checking emails as I can as we are very busy with her.



High School
Jersey Shore Area High School 2007
Clarion University of PA 2011

Family names include: Campbell, Preston, Welch, McKee, Wurster, Lunt, Wright, Reppard, Lovell, Kiess, Ulmer, Marquardt, Kress, Burson, Reinninger, Ager. My husbands side is coming together nicely so any help on my side please feel free to help me along.

Additional resources:

  • Find a Grave - Have a profile of cemetery plots for family members and can go out and take some photos if requested.
  • Tri-counties - Bradford and Tioga Counties, PA & Chemung County, New York
  • Campbell family members majority listed in Pennsylvania's Pine Creek Valley and Pioneer Families. By Spencer Kraybil, 1991. - Given by grandmother.
  • Kiess family book (Watson Kiess, "The Kiess Family", (Williamsport, PA, no publisher, 1957). ) - Kiess and Wurster go together like peanut butter and jelly in my husbands family
  • Wurster Family book - I have found some earlier dates than what is in this book in the old disc for world family tree.
  • Smith Family book - This is my husbands main line several smiths married into the Wurster and Kiess family.
  • McKee family book - given by great aunt Mary Lou McKee
  • Great site for PA and others
  • History of Lycoming County by Meginnis
  • A brion on every mountain - Vada Koch - a must have for every Brion from Tioga & Lycoming county. Have been in touch with regards to family info and they are working on putting together an amendment to the book already.
  • Kraybill, Spencer L. Pennsylvania's Pine Creek Valley and Pioneer Families. Gateway Press, Inc. (Baltimore, MD : 1991)
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I have members of my family who were pioneers of Pine Creek Pa
I want to do this it sounds like fun
Road block in family name
Working to prune our tree.
I currently am working to photograph Woodward (Emery) Cemetery, Lycoming County. Pennsylvania. I also have several photos from many places in Lycoming county.
I'm interested in making sure mine and others are formatted correctly and linked correctly.
Working to merge duplicates.
My grandmother was born in germany, my husbands family is from germany.
Have a vast treasure of military profiles while working on Genealogy and the cemetery project.
I randomly stumbled across a Plaque of a Descendant in Tioga County, PA. I'm interested to see if I will find out that this person is related to me via the Wright family name in my tree.
Merging like profiles.
Already added most of the war projects.
working on some research for the family line of cousins.
Pioneer family in Pine Creek Valley PA
I'd like to join the group as I have encountered a few Project Protected pages in reference to name relations.
Triplets Descendent
Husbands side
I have ancestors from Clan Campbell. My grandmother was an active member in Scottish Highland games in Pennsylvania when she was living.
I am adding cemeteries so I wanted to ensure that I could add the templates properly and I find myself getting into the wars lately so why not join.
already have the sub categories wanted to make sure since I have expanded to many other states that I add this to cover those states as well.


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On 1 Jan 2019 at 01:10 GMT Susie MacLeod wrote:

Hi Christine,

We’ve made some exciting changes to the Global Cemeteries Project. The sub-projects have been merged into the Global Project to help with Leadership and to facilitate collaboration.

Some roles within the project have changed. From now on, there are Project Coordinators for each continent, and one for Welcome and Integration, plus Team Leaders for each individual Country etc.

Please let me know if you’d like to stay on in the new project, if you’d like to continue in an existing role, and which team(s) you’d like to be on. Please also give me your e-mail address so that I can get you added to the project’s Google Group.

Many thanks,


Leader, Global Cemeteries

On 6 Nov 2018 at 15:09 GMT Roy (Driver) Driver, Jr. wrote:

Hi Christine,

Thanks for posting and merging Reuben Marquardt's information. In reading through your post, under the Occupation heading you've listed him as the School Board Secretary for Woodward Township which is true, but his full time occupation was as a farmer. Roy Driver

On 31 Oct 2018 at 03:30 GMT James Briggs wrote:

Cristian my name is James Robert Briggs and I'm related to the Campbell's on both sides of my family and my 4th great grandfather James English was hand pick by general George Washington at Valley Forge Virginia and he was a lifeguard as what we call them today a bodyguard for the president of the United States of America and his youngest son James English Jr . was married to a Campbell in which her ( our ) blood line is related to king's and queens of Scottish background through the clan Campbell and we are related to Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth as well . Please contact me back . Thank you .

On 4 Jul 2018 at 00:41 GMT Billie (Bright) Keaffaber wrote:

Hi Christine,

I found some relatives to this person and added them. I added them to my to my lines by mistake. But they match yours.


On 29 Mar 2018 at 00:29 GMT Sondra Marshall wrote:

Hi Christine!

I don't get out to the Eastern part of the state very often, my range is usually limited to central and southwest Nebraska. Heim Cemetery is about 315 miles East from me in Richardson County. I unfortunately don't know anyone out that way.

If I'm going to be headed to Weeping Water or Nebraska City sometime I'll let you know. I'd be happy to stop and take pictures at Heim Cemetery if I get out in that direction.

On 27 Mar 2018 at 21:02 GMT Steve Cole wrote:

You recommended that I help create a category for Battle of Fort Pillow. I would if I could find the right place to put it. It seems that I can't keep up with all the categories and templates and changes. My head is spinning.

On 22 Mar 2018 at 10:59 GMT Maria Maxwell wrote:

Hi Christine and welcome to the Scottish Clans Project. I've added your name to the member interests page.



On 20 Mar 2018 at 23:08 GMT Roy (Driver) Driver, Jr. wrote:

Hello Christine,

I check the postings periodically and I was drawn to your recent one identifying Nickolas Marquardt, the father of Frederick. Nickolas is my Great Grandfather and Frederick is my Grandfather's (Reuben) brother. My Grandmother's maiden name was Lovell. My parents and many of my ancestors are buried in the Woodward Township (Emory) cemetery. I met Watson Kiess many years ago, soon after he published the books you mentioned (Kiess & Wurster) and I have a copy of each. I also have the history of the Blooming Grove settlement and have had contact with Kevin Sholder who researched and the Blooming Grove Genealogy and printed copies, which I also have. It's nice making contact with you and thanks for your posting. I can be reached at Roy Driver

On 20 Mar 2018 at 20:22 GMT Paula J wrote:

Welcome to the Military and War Project!

On 20 Mar 2018 at 18:57 GMT Paula J wrote:

Welcome to the Civil War project!

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