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Henry Campbell (abt. 1764 - 1835)

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Henry Campbell
Born about in Amherst , Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 19 May 1786 in Amherst County, Virginia, USAmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Nelson Co., VA., USAmap
Profile last modified 29 Oct 2019 | Created 4 Sep 2018
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Biography

Henry was born about 1764. He was the son of George Campbell and Catherine Unknown. He passed away in 1835.

Sources

  • Revolutionary War service: he stated he was drafted in 1781 in Amherst Co, VA under Capt. John Loving, went to Seige of Yorktown.

Americans' decisive victory at Yorktown, Virginia on October 19, 1781."

1803 Amherst Co Tax list.

1815 Nelson County Landowners listing, states: he owns land at Castle Creek, 15 miles west of courthouse.

1820 census Nelson Co VA

1830 census Nelson Co VA

HENRY CAMPBELL NELSON COUNTY PRIVATE VIRGINIA MILITIA $23.11 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $69.33 AMOUNT RECEIVED MAY 31, 1833 PENSION STARTED AGE 71 (born c'1762)

Deed Campbell to Camden, 1835 Source: Nelson Co., VA Deed Bk 8, Pg 259 Contributor: Carol Harlow

This Indenture made between Sally Campbell widow of Henry Campbell decd. and her relatives, William W. Campbell, John H. Campbell, George H. Campbell & Mary his wife, Benjamin Campbell & Vicey his wife, Henry Campbell, Cornelius Campbell & Catharine his wife, Joel Hight and Nancy his wife, William A. Hight and Susannah his wife, John Allen & Sally his wife and Elizabeth Campbell of the one part & William W. Camden of the other part Witnesseth: that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and four dollars to the said Sally Campbell, Wm. W. Campbell, Jno. H. Campbell, Geo. H. Campbell & Mary his wife, Benja. Campbell & Vicy his wife, Henry Campbell & Cornelius Campbell & Catharine his wife, Joel Hight & Nancy his wife, Wm. A. Hight & Susannah his wife, Jno. Allen and Sally his wife and Elizabeth Campbell in hand well and truly paid at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents: in full for the absolute purchase of the inheritance in fee simple of and in all that tract or parcel of land with its appurtenancies & c herein after mentioned to be hereby bargained and sold, the receipt whereof they the said Sally Campbell, Wm. W. Campbell, Jno. H. Campbell, George H. Campbell and Mary his wife, Benja. Campbell & Vicy his wife, Henry Campbell, Cornelius Campbell & Catharine his wife, Joel Hight & Nancy his wife, Wm. A. Hight & Susannah his wife, Jno. Allen & Sally his wife and Elizabeth Campbell doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and from every part thereof doth acquit, release and discharge the said William W. Camden his heirs, executors and administrators and every of them forever, by these presents they the said Sally Campbell, William W. Campbell, John H. Campbell, George H. Campbell and Mary his wife, Benja. Campbell and Vicy his wife, Henry Campbell, Cornelius Campbell & Catharine his wife, Joel Hight and Nancy his wife, Wm. A. Hight & Susannah his wife, John Allen and Sally his wife and Elizabeth Campbell hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said Wm. W. Camden his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of land situated in the County of Nelson on the waters of Castle Creek a branch of Trye River and bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning at pointers on a ridge corner to said Campbells & Wm. W. Camden and running thence with their line S. 44 W. crossing a branch near a spring 57 po. to a stake on a ridge in said Campbells & Camden's line, thence a new line S 37 E. 46 1/2 po. to pointers in James Dickies line and with said Dickies line N. 56 1/2 E. (crossing a branch 66 1/2 po. to a pile of stones at the corner of a fence N. 25? W 92 po. (passing Dickies corner at A at 80 po.) to a pile of stones and thence S. 3 W 41 po. to the beginning, together with all and singular the rights, members and appurtenances thereunto belonging & the reversions, remainder, rents, issues and profits thereof. To Have and To Hold the said tract or parcel of land and all and singular other the premises hereby bargained & sold or mentioned or intended so to be with that and every of their rights, members and appurtenances unto said Wm. W. Camden his heirs and assigns to the only proper use of him the said Wm. W. Camden his heirs and assigns forever and the said Sally Campbell, Wm. W. Campbell, Jno. H. Campbell, Geo. H. Campbell & Mary his wife, Benja. Campbell & Vicy his wife, Henry Campbell, Cornelius Campbell & Catharine his wife, Joel Hight & Nancy his wife, William A. Hight and Susannah his wife, Jno. Allen & Sally his wife and Elizabeth Campbell and their heirs shall & will warrant and forever defend the premises aforesaid unto the said Wm. W. Camden his heirs and assigns against all and every person or persons whatsoever in witness our hands and seals this 25th day of Apl. 1835.

Subscriber's Names Subscriber's Names Sally X Campbell (SEAL) Cornelius Campbell (SEAL) Wm. W. Campbell (SEAL) Catherine Campbell (SEAL) John H. Campbell (SEAL) William X A. Hight (SEAL) Geo. H. Campbell (SEAL) Susanna X Hight (SEAL) Mary Ann X Campbell (SEAL) John X Allen (SEAL) Benj. W. Campbell (SEAL) Salley X F. Allen (SEAL) Vicey X Campbell (SEAL) Elizabeth X Campbell (SEAL)

Signed, seal'd and delivered in the presence of N. M. Loving, James McWane, & Nathan Bryant

At a Court held for Nelson County the 25th day of May 1835 This Deed was produced in said Court and proved by the oaths of N. M. Loving a subscribing witness hereto, and acknowledged by Wm.W. Campbell a party hereto & ordered to lie for further proof and at a Court held for Nelson County the 28th day of Dec. 1835. This Deed was further proved by the oath of N. Bryant another subscribing witness hereto and at a Court held for Nelson County the 28th day of March 1836 this deed was further proved by the oath of James McWane a third subscribing witness thereto & thereupon ordered to be recorded. Teste : Sp. Garland Clk


The case is 48-022; Catherine Campbell and others against Executors of Nelson Anderson and others. It is on line at the LVA site. Chancery cases ,Nelson cases on the LVA site Dated 1848: this case states that when Henry Campbell died in 1835, Nelson Anderson was then Sheriff of Nelson Co VA. Nelson Anderson was given authority to settle the estate of Henry Campbell, but he made a sale which caused an imperfect title and the descendants of Henry Campbell and wife Sarah were bringing suit to perfect the title. Says Sarah died 1844. Says Sarah, after she was widowed, was living on the land and cultivating it with her son. States that Shannon D. Campbell was administrator for Cornelius Campbell. His siblings were: William H. Campbell, George T. Campbell, Morris P. Campbell, Sarah Campbell, Arranah Campbell, Alfonso Campbell, Mary Jane Campbell, Benjamin W. Campbell.



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